Rabat – Algerian Foreign Ministry summoned on Wednesday Abdullah Belkeziz, the Moroccan ambassador in Algiers, to inform him of its rejection of what it called “the allegations of the expulsion of Syrian refugees to the Moroccan territory.”In a statement published by the official news agency , the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ammar Bllani said “we summoned the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco on Wednesday to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he was received by the Secretary General of the Ministry, Noureddine Awam, who expressed the Algerian government’s full rejection of the unfounded allegations mentioned by the Moroccan party on the alleged expulsion by the Algerian authorities of Syrian nationals to the Moroccan territory.”This move comes less than 24 hours after Morocco summoned the Algerian Ambassador to Rabat to express to him Morocco’s “strong disapproval,” following the alleged expulsion by the Algerian authorities to Moroccan territory of more than 70 Syrian nationals. “While calling on Algeria to fully assume its responsibilities, Morocco deeply regrets this inhuman act, especially as it affects women and children in a situation of extreme vulnerability,” read a statement of the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.A Video footage aired by the Moroccan channel Al Oula shows official Algerian stamps on the passports of the Syrian refugees, which proves that they have legally entered the Algerian territory before they were expelled to Morocco.©Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
Rabat – The father of the Palestinian toddler who was killed last week by Israeli settlers in the West Bank succumbed to his injuries on Saturday. Saad Dawabsha passed away in hospital in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba where he was being treated for third degree burns.“Saad Dawabsha died and plans are underway for his funeral,” Palestinian official Ghassan Daghlas told AFP. “Before the funeral in the Dawabshas’ home village, a post-mortem will be conducted to provide evidence for a complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.”Dawabsha reportedly saved his wife and 4-year-old son. However, he failed to save his 18-month-old infant Ali, who died in an arson attack carried out by Israeli right wing terrorists in the occupied West Bank.His wife Riham Dawabsha and four-year-old son Ahmed are still fighting for their lives in the hospital.On Wednesday, Mordechai Meyer, an Israeli terrorist was given a six-month administrative detention order in connection to his involvement in the killing of the Palestinian toddler. He is from the West Bank settlement of Maaleh Adumim.At a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas in Cairo on Wednesday, Arab foreign ministers consented to calling on the United Nations to protect the Palestinians from “terrorist crimes” by Jewish settlers.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission
Justice Bandara and Justice Kumar have been in the country for some time while Justice Bandara was appointed a resident magistrate in 2011 and Justice Kumar was admitted to the High Court as a barrister and solicitor. Justice De Silva graduated with a Masters of Law degree from the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka in 1996. Ms Girihagama previously worked as a state counsel in the Attorney General’s department in Sri Lanka. She also holds a Masters of Law after graduating from the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka.Mr Rupasinghe is a qualified attorney at law of the Supreme Court in Sri Lanka and holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the Open University of Sri Lanka. Justice Kumar studied at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and holds a bachelor of law degree. Justice Bandara also studied in Australia at the University of Wollongong. He currently holds a master of transnational crime prevention. The newly-appointed magistrates have also colourful working and educational backgrounds with Ms Weeratunga working as legal officer at the Legal Aid Commission in Sri Lanka.Ms Weeratunga studied at the Sri Lanka law College and graduated in 2001 after passing the Attorney at Law final examination. More Sri Lankans have taken oaths yesterday as Judges and Magistrates in Fiji, the Fiji Times reported today.In all, three Judges and three Magistrtaes took oaths yesterday, including Justice Madduma Patabendige Sanjeeva Sudharshana De Silva, Justice Kamal Kumar and Justice Janaka Prasanna Bandara, Magistrate Puimini Weeratunga, Rajakaruna Girihagama and Nadimale Rupasinghe..
The protestors were demanding the suspects be handed over to them. Police spokesman ASP Ruwan Gunesekare said that six police officers were injured in the clash. “The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has ordered the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to carry out the investigations into this incident. The protestors are demanding grave punishment on the suspects but this will be decided when they are produced before the court,” the spokesman said. The body of the 17-year-old school girl was discovered in Pungudutivu last week after the police launched a manhunt following a complaint lodged by the victim’s parents.The girl’s parents informed the Kayts Police station, situated in the north, that their daughter did not returned home from school. The police searched the residence of a youth in the area and found bloodstained clothing. (Colombo Gazette) The police arrested 127 people following violent protests in Jaffna today and also seized 60 motorbikes, 43 bicycles and 5 three-wheelers.Those arrested had taken part in the protest outside the Jaffna court over the rape and murder of a school girl in Jaffna.
“WFP welcomes this act of friendship and solidarity with the firefighters and policemen of New York City and is happy to be facilitating the delivery,” spokesman Jordan Dey told a press briefing in Islamabad.The six-man team, which left New York on Tuesday, was on its way to Belgium, where it will load cooking oil, rice, powdered milk and wool blankets onto a cargo plane. The shipment is scheduled to arrive at Bagram airbase, 32 miles north of Kabul, on Friday morning.The supplies will be received by WFP and delivered to an orphanage in Kabul by the officers, many of whom were involved in the rescue efforts at the World Trade Center site.
Last Friday, the Secretary-General wrote back to Prime Minister Hun Sen accepting his recent invitation to send a UN team to Phnom Penh, and offering to dispatch the delegation later this week or in the beginning of March, according to a UN spokesperson in New York.”The Secretary-General is now waiting for a reply from Prime Minister Hun Sen, informing him which of those dates would be most convenient for the Government of Cambodia,” spokesperson Hua Jiang told a press briefing.The General Assembly had asked the Secretary-General to report to it by 18 March on the progress of negotiations.Last month, a Cambodian delegation led by Senior Minister Sok An met with UN Legal Counsel Hans Corell in New York for a series of exploratory talks on the matter.
The UN World Health Organization (WHO) said that routine climate change, global warming influenced by human behavior, socioeconomic factors causing poorer people to live in risky areas, and inadequate disaster preparedness and education on the part of governments as well as the general population were part of that mix. “I don’t like to use the term ‘natural disasters,’” said Ciro Ugarte, Regional Advisor for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in Washington DC, explaining that these events would not have such a devastating effect on people’s lives without other factors at play. The year 2005 did see the aftermath of the 26 December 2004 earthquake and tsunami waves in Asia, as well as hurricanes in central and north America, notably Katrina, which triggered flooding in the United States city of New Orleans, and the 8 October earthquake in Pakistan and India. The year also saw famine after crops were destroyed by locusts in Niger and a volcano in El Salvador that was followed by Hurricane Stan. From January to October 2005, over 97,000 people were killed in disasters globally, with some 88,000 of those deaths resulting from so-called natural disasters, according to the Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), a WHO institution that operates a global disaster database in Belgium. Such deaths have been increasing since 1975.However, natural phenomena do not always generate human disasters. Dr. Ugarte of PAHO noted that in 2005, several earthquakes that struck in South America were of a higher magnitude than the one that devastated northern Pakistan and parts of India in October, but these hit sparsely populated areas and therefore caused less damage. The same goes for several tsunamis in 2005 which were not deemed “disasters” because they didn’t endanger anyone, Dr. Ugarte said. Natural phenomena are likely to affect more people because the global population has increased to about 6.5 billion people and is projected to reach 9.1 billion people in 2050, according to UN figures. One of the earliest recorded disasters, the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, buried the ancient Roman city of Pompeii killing about 10 000 people. Today, 2 million people live within its possible range. Another important factor is environmental degradation, according to Marko Kokic, spokesperson for WHO’s Health Action in Crisis Department, who said natural events in Caribbean and Indian Ocean lands were amplified because of deforestation and stripping of vegetation from coastlines.Disasters are also a consequence of development and industrialization, he said. In Europe, experts believe that countries such as France and Germany are more adversely affected by floods today because major rivers, such as the Rhine, have been straightened to ease commercial traffic. Global warming as well as routine, cyclical climate changes are causing a higher number of strong hurricanes in the Caribbean, meteorologists say. Add to that the increasing number of people living in substandard housing and on coastlines, as well as the destruction in a crisis of hospitals and other essential infrastructure and you have the potential for more devastating disasters than a few decades ago, WHO concludes.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The legacy of ancient Greece will influence the most significant teaching and learning infrastructure project undertaken by the Faculty of Arts at Melbourne University for many years, as it recently accepted a gift of $1 million towards the endowment of a new Chair in Classics. Presented to the faculty by Mr Allan Myers AO QC as part of a $10 million donation to the university as a whole, this gift will enable the faculty to build an exciting new teaching and research program in ancient languages, literature, philosophy and culture. Professor Mark Considine, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, told Neos Kosmos that with this gift, and the support of other generous alumni and friends towards the university’s Classics Trust Fund, the university is building a legacy that will ensure future students are introduced to the significance of the ancient world, especially the legacy of ancient Greece. As the new home of the Bachelor of Arts, the building will mirror some of the traditional features of a university environment – including a redeveloped atrium and colonnades. With over 2,400 objects in the university’s Classics and Archaeology Collection, spaces have been designed to focus on teaching that uses casts and original objects to create dynamic new classrooms and facilities.Mr Considine expressed his hopes that the two – the new teaching facilities and a leading scholar on the chair level – will come together about the same time. With demolition works planned for this summer, it is expected that the first classes in the new building will commence in the second semester of 2016.Underlining his conviction that “if you believe in something, then you must support it”, distinguished lawyer and philanthropist Mr Allan Myers told Neos Kosmos he had made the gift as “we must do more than just talk, we must invest in the future”. Mr Myers is the chair of Melbourne Humanities Foundation and the Believe Campaign, the University of Melbourne’s philanthropic campaign in support of teaching positions, research and scholarships, with its main priority being securing funds for a Chair in Classics. Mr Myers is confident that the interest of students for Ancient Greek, that has been taught continuously at the University of Melbourne since its foundation in 1854 and is a core element of the Faculty of Arts’ Classics Program, still exists today. Teaching the great legacy of ancient Greece to new generations of students at Melbourne is one way in which knowledge of Greek identity can be maintained and transformed. With the announcement of the donation for the new Chair in Classics, Mr Myers called for the Greek community to join in support of classics by donating money or advocating to others to support it.In their efforts to celebrate the links to the Greek Australian community in Melbourne, University of Melbourne and Ms Christina Simantirakis, Consul General of Greece in Melbourne, will host a panel discussion to celebrate 160 years of Ancient Greek at the university. The discussion, entitled ‘Ancient Greece and the Modern University: Foundations of our Humanity’ will see esteemed members of the university’s Classics program gather at the event this Tuesday.“The most important part of the event is to try and build stronger connections with the community – we’ve always enjoyed informal relationships with the community but we haven’t had any kind of structure to pursue that relationship in a more organised fashion. This is the first opportunity to showcase parts of the program but also to invite community members and community leaders to give us feedback on their view of what we are doing and their level of interest,” Mr Considine told Neos Kosmos.
The insurance company for Battle Ground Public Schools — which lost a lawsuit this week just because it never responded — issued a public apology Thursday, calling the situation an “oversight.”The school district, through its insurance company, Canfield Solutions of Ephrata, was ordered Tuesday to pay $129,185 in damages to the family of a Yacolt boy. Trae Letts, then 13, was struck in 2009 by a falling tree while playing at Yacolt Primary School. He suffered a skull fracture.The lawsuit meant the school district was on the hook for a $1,000 deductible. But “as a result of this event, Canfield … will be fully responsible for any financial impact,” a letter from the insurer stated.The Letts’ attorney, William Baumgartner, had contended the school district was negligent in allowing old, rotting trees to be on school property, in the wake of several community complaints.But that’s not why the district lost the case. Clark County Judge Diane Woolard made a default judgment, or a money award based on the insurance company’s lack of response to the family’s lawsuit.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is soliciting public feedback on a new proposal to expand private sector care for veterans. The comment period is open until March 25, Stars and Stripes reports.Democrats and some veterans groups are concerned the plan could start to undermine VA resources, according to the article.The changes were proposed last month, as On Base reported. VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said the approach would “revolutionize VA health care as we know it.” ADC AUTHOR
Lonely Island Plot First U.S. Tour In June lonely-island-plot-first-ever-us-tour-follow-bonnoroo-appearance Facebook Twitter News Lonely Island Plot First-Ever U.S. Tour To Follow Bonnoroo Appearance Email The comedic pop trio plan to hit the road, tongues planted firmly in cheek, for eight dates across the U.S. In JuneNate HertweckGRAMMYs Feb 20, 2019 – 11:52 am GRAMMY-nominated pop comedy outfit Lonely Island have announced their first-ever tour. The trek will take them through eight U.S. cities, starting with an appearance at Bonnoroo in Manchester, Tenn.on June 15 and hitting Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Detroit and more before wrapping in Minneapolis, Minn., on June 29.The trio, made up of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, have been releasing hilarious original music since their 2009 debut album, Incredibad. They earned their first nomination at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “I’m On A Boat.” Two years later, their sophomore album Turtleneck & Chain was nominated for Best Comedy Album. Their latest album, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping , served as the soundtrack to their pop-music mockumentary of the same name.The tour announcement comes on the heels of the band’s newly revealed plans to produce a film spoofing the Fyre Fest fiasco with actor Seth Rogen. For a full list of dates and ticket information, visit the band’s website. Dave Chappelle Wins Best Comedy Album | 61st GRAMMY AwardsRead more
Lawmaker Sends Questionable Email On Medicaid Expansion Annie Feidt, APRN – AnchorageA Republican lawmaker from Eagle River sent an e-mail Friday attempting to rally opposition to Medicaid expansion. In the email, obtained by KTUU, Lora Reinbold distributes the call-in number to testify at a Saturday House Finance hearing. She writes, “We are trying not to get the number out to the pro expansion for they are much more organized.” Greenpeace Activists Banned from Arctic Rigs Liz Ruskin, APRN – Washington DCGreenpeace protestors have climbed down from an Arctic-bound drill rig in the Pacific. Dalton Highway Reopens After Flooding Closure Dan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe overflow affected section of the Dalton Highway between mileposts 399 and 405 south of Deadhorse reopened Sunday. How Russian Easter Bread Became An Alaska Native Tradition Elizabeth Jenkins, KTOO – JuneauEaster was more than a week ago but some Russian Orthodox Christians observed it yesterday. That’s where Easter or what they call Pascha lands on the Julian calendar. There’s a special treat that goes along with the celebration. It’s not a chocolate bunny. It’s called kulich. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn. Tax-Related Identity Theft Increasing Anne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageHave you filed your taxes yet? Tax day is just a few days away. And the state’s consumer protection unit is warning it’s seeing an increase in a new type of tax time scam- tax-related identity theft. That’s where thieves use your personal information to file for a tax refund with the IRS before you get a chance to submit your taxes. Former Female Inmates Find Support And A Home In Juneau’s Haven House Lisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauJuneau’s transitional home for women who were recently paroled or released from prison is welcoming its first residents. Download Audio NPFMC Tightens Limits on Chinook Bycatch Lauren Rosenthal, KUCB – UnalaskaThe Bering Sea pollock fleet is about to face tougher restrictions when it comes to salmon. This weekend, federal regulators agreed to tie the cap on Chinook bycatch to the health of Western Alaska’s runs. Alaska Film Tax Credit Draws Spirited Debate As Lawmakers Tackle Subsidies Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauWith Alaska facing a multi-billion-dollar revenue shortfall, lawmakers are reexamining certain subsidies to see if they should remain on the books. The film tax credit program, which was vulnerable even in times of plenty, has gotten special attention. The state Senate voted to dismantle the program, even as other tax credits are being considered.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday announced that it is permanently discontinuing the Samjhauta Express train service with India following New Delhi’s revocation of special status for Jammu and Kashmir. The decision was announced by Pakistan’s Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed at a press conference. He said that the bogies of the Samjhauta Express will now be used for passengers travelling on the occasion of Eid. “This will increase the capacity of Eid trains and more people will be able to travel in them.” Also Read – Subramanian Swamy cross-examined in National Herald case Advertise With Us The Samjhauta Express ran twice a week from Lahore to Attari via the Wagah railway station. People who have bought tickets for the Samjhauta Express will be reimbursed. “You can collect the payment from Lahore’s divisional superintendent office,” said the Minister. “We don’t want war but we can’t sit quietly over Indian atrocities in Kashmir… Srinagar is not Jerusalem,” he added. The train service was suspended earlier this year after military tensions escalated between the two neighbours following the Pulwama attack and Balakot strike.
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina joins President’s Guard Regiment’s 43rd founding anniversary function at Dhaka Cantonment on Thursday. Photo : BSSPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday laid importance on chain of command at all levels in the armed forces.She said that command channel in force is one of the main features of a disciplined force to perform its duties and achieve the desired goals.“Effective command channel plays an important role in resolving any action in the army. I believe that if you maintain respect and loyalty to the commanders at all levels, then it is possible to accomplish any work together with skill, discipline and morality,” she said.The prime minister made the observation while speaking at a function at Dhaka Cantonment on the occasion of President’s Guard Regiment’s 43rd founding anniversary.Sheikh Hasina said her government has set specific target to free the nation from hunger and poverty by 2020 when the nation would celebrate the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation.Along with overall national development, she said the present government is also working on the development of the Armed Forces. “The development of the Armed Forces has only been done during our time,” she said.On her arrival at the PGR headquarters, the prime minister was received by army chief general Aziz Ahmed and PGR commander brigadier general Md. Jahangir Harun. A smartly turned out guard presented state salute to the prime minister.The prime minister exchanged pleasantries with all officers and junior commissioned officers. She also met the relatives of the officials who died on duty and gave them gifts and donations.Prime minister’s security adviser major general (retd) Tarique Ahmed Siddique, navy chief admiral Nizamuddin Ahmed, air chief air marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat, Armed Forces Division principal staff officer Lt general Md. Mahfuzur Rahman, defense secretary Akhter Hussain Bhuiyan, military secretary to the prime minister major general Mia Md. Zainul Abedin and PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim and senior military and civil officials were present.Focusing on the country’s development during the tenure of her government, the prime minister said the government is working amid many challenges. Referring to the false allegations of corruption by the World Bank, she said the government is constructing the Padma Bridge with its own resources.“As a recognition of development and progress, Bangladesh has already reached the developing world from the LDCs,” she said adding that the country has also entered a new era through launching of Bangabandhu Satellite into space.Sheikh Hasina praised the role of the army in constructing temporary shelter centers as well as taking responsibility for distributing relief materials among Rohingyas who fled their homes in Myanmar for the forced evictions. “Your hard work has made your image brighter at home and abroad,” she said.The prime minister extended her sincere greetings and congratulations to all members of the guards’ family on the occasion of its founding anniversary of the regiment.Sheikh Hasina said as the head of the government, she witnessed the regiment from very close and is impressed with their work, responsibility and devotion.“I know that you are specially selected and trained from Bangladesh Army for this regiment. I have faith and belief that you will always do your duty sincerely, in accordance with professionalism, loyalty and discipline,” she said.“Braving all adverse weather, night and day, your sincere duties are highly appreciated. It is my expectation that you will work honestly to keep this reputation,” she added.Sheikh Hasina said her government first introduced risk allowances for PGR, considering the risks of guards at work.She informed that the President Guard Regiment was reconstructed and made stronger than before to increase its abilities.She said that in 2013, the President Guard Regiment was declared as a separate formation.The prime minister informed that the government has addressed the housing problem of the regiment by creating a barrack adjacent to Ganobhaban.“The construction of a 14-storied building for the Guards family is also underway in cantonment”, she said adding that she hopes the construction will be completed soon.Sheikh Hasina said she always prays to Allah for her security guards so that they always live well.
May 12, 2014 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 3 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Bad news, guys. All those shiny, electronic gadgets you hold near and dear — often in your lap while sitting — are doing serious damage to something important you’ll need in order to procreate: your sperm.Without getting too health education-y, research shows that the dangerous Radio Frequency radiation and Wi-Fi oozing from laptops and other gadgets “positioned near the male reproductive organs” can turn some 25 percent of sperm into sluggish, stationary microscopic loafs that can’t and won’t do their only job — swim.Equally depressing is that lap-situated laptops (they don’t call them laptops for nothing) can even warp your sperm’s DNA. If that’s not bad enough, the risks to your overall sperm quality that smartphones stashed in pants pockets can wreak are just as awful.While this news is pretty stark, men will probably continue using their electronics as usual. Thankfully, one inventor thinks he has a solution: Wireless Armour boxer briefs.These electromagnetic radiation-deflecting cotton undergarments are lined with silver meshing (which we hope isn’t scratchy) that essentially creates a Faraday cage that is said to shield your nether regions from at least 99.99 percent of “the entire range of radiation emitted by wireless devices, from voice and texts, through to 4G and Wi-Fi.” Bonus: These snug, durable skivvies are antimicrobial to keep you, er, smelling “fresher for longer.”British physics teacher Joseph Perkins, 26, invented Wireless Armour underwear after he discovered that his laptop, tablet and phone were exposing his “essentials” to significant amounts of radiation, as he sedately explains in a video to go along with his Indiegogo campaign to mass produce the protective knickers. At press time, the crowdfunding effort had raised about $15,000 toward its $50,500 goal. There are still 20 days left to chip in, if you’re so moved to do so.Also supposedly made from breathable jersey fabric, Wireless Armour come in four different basic styles, three sizes and in blue or black. But it’s not really about how they look. It’s about what they do — protect your most valuable assets.These high-tech undergarments don’t come six to a package. Each pair costs about $60. But if preserving your fertility is a priority for you, they might be worth it.What crazy apps and gadgets have you come across lately? Let us know by emailing us at FarOutTech@entrepreneur.com or by telling us in the comments below. Enroll Now for Free
Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory took a photo of the sun every 12 seconds on July 6th, and the results aren’t quite what you’d expect. A time-lapse video of the images makes it look like the sun is doing a somersault, because the SDO was spinning 360-degrees on one axis when it captured them. The observatory performs the seven-hour maneuver once a year to take an accurate measurement of the star’s edge. See, the solar surface is pretty chaotic, and the spacecraft has tough time finding its outermost layer while it’s stationary. SDO’s images were taken in extreme ultraviolet wavelength, but NASA colorized the sun in the video below, so we can see it tumbling in space. This story originally appeared on Engadget 1 min read Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global July 18, 2016
News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more Related Content Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more July 24, 2019 – Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its Tomosynthesis Biopsy option for the Aspire Cristalle mammography system. This new option uses tomosynthesis guidance to calculate 3-D coordinates of a suspicious lesion in the breast, in addition to the traditional stereotactic method. This allows radiologists to accurately complete biopsy of suspicious areas to conduct a pathological examination and inform the diagnosis and care plan. Clinicians will now be able to enhance diagnostic care for patients by using Tomosynthesis Biopsy to target a lesion previously undetectable on images from full field digital mammography (FFDM) alone. Clinicians can realize the following benefits when using the Tomosynthesis Biopsy in addition to Stereotactic Biopsy on the Aspire Cristalle with DBT mammography system:Clinical Confidence: Clinicians will have more options to deliver enhanced diagnosis to patients. Now with Tomo Biopsy, targeting is improved by identifying the area of concern directly on the corresponding tomosynthesis slice;Ease-of-Use: High-resolution dual display system, targeting guide function on stereo images, various image processing and other useful functions designed to make targeting accurate and easy; andIncreased Efficiency: Tomo Biopsy leads to a more efficient workflow with the potential to decrease exam times, as clinicians can use a single click to calculate 3-D coordinates compared to targeting the same lesion on two images with Stereotactic Biopsy. By using tomosynthesis images for targeting instead of traditional 2-D clinicians are also afforded the increased diagnostic confidence that comes hand-in-hand with tomosynthesis use.The Fujifilm Aspire Cristalle with DBT combines state-of-the-art, Hexagonal Close Pattern (HCP) capture technology and intelligent image processing, optimizing dose and contrast based on individual breast composition. The result is low dose and fast acquisition of high-quality images for all breast types. In addition, patients can experience a noticeable improvement in comfort during procedures with Fujifilm’s patented, flexible comfort paddle design, which provides gentle and even compression that is designed to adapt to patient curves.Fujifilm representatives are presenting Tomosynthesis Biopsy at Fujifilm’s booth at the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) annual meeting, July 21-24 in Denver.For more information: www.fujifilmusa.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Clinicians can use tomosynthesis guidance to calculate 3-D coordinates of suspicious breast lesion Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Technology | Contrast Media | August 05, 2019 Bracco Receives FDA Approval for Varibar Thin Liquid for Oral Suspension Bracco Diagnostics Inc. announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for Varibar Thin Liquid (barium… read more
An earthquake with preliminary magnitude-5.2 shook most of Costa Rica on Wednesday morning.The National Seismological Network reported the temblor at 6:19 a.m. with an epicenter located 19 kilometers from Nicoya, in the province of Guanacaste, the same area hit by a magnitude-7.6 earthquake that shook the region Sept. 5.The Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (OVSICORI) registered another magnitude-3.3 temblor at 6:26 a.m., originating 39 kilometers southwest of Bajo Escondido, Nicoya.At 6:42 a.m., a third quake of magnitude-3.9 hit the same region. OVSICORI’s preliminary report registered a depth of 8 kilometers.On Sept. 5, a magnitude-7.6 earthquake rattled Costa Rica, causing dozens of injuries and damaging buildings in the provinces of Guanacaste, Puntarenas and the capital San José.Eight moderate quakes were registered in different parts of Puntarenas and Guanacaste between Sunday and Monday morning. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica earthquake could’ve been worse Experts report 4,000 aftershocks from Costa Rica’s Nicoya earthquake Chinchilla announces more earthquake relief plans Aftershocks from Nicoya earthquake keep jolting Costa Rica