Seoul: South Korean police apologised for the first time Wednesday over massacres that killed 10,000 people decades ago and the military expressed deep regret as President Moon Jae-in seeks to re-examine history. On April 3, 1948 members of the communist Workers’ Party of Southern Korea — an ally of the organisation that still rules the North — launched an armed uprising on the southern island of Jeju, attacking a dozen police stations. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US At the time the division of the peninsula had yet to be formalised and the Korean War was still two years away, but the US-supported South was ideologically split following the end of World War II and Japanese colonial rule. The revolt was quickly put down, but while sporadic clashes continued more than 10,000 civilians were killed by South Korean security forces over the next six years, including beyond the end of the Korean War. “We apologise to the innocent people whose lives were sacrificed,” said Min Gap-ryong, the commissioner general of the Korean National Police Agency, at a commemoration of the uprising’s 71st anniversary. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls “We promise to be an organisation that only thinks about and works for Korean citizens so that a tragedy like this will never repeat in our future.” The country’s defence ministry also expressed “deep regret” to the victims, while stopping short of a full apology. The Jeju Incident, as the events are known, remains a highly politicised issue in South Korea, as do some other aspects of the country’s post-war history. Some Jeju-based research and NGOs have claimed it was “Jeju people’s resistance against national division and ‘American Imperialism'”. The police apology and ministry’s expression of regret come after left-leaning South Korean President Moon Jae-in has repeatedly spoken on the importance of “setting our history right”. Moon, who brokered talks between Washington and Pyongyang, has stressed the independence struggle against Japan’s colonial rule is at the heart of national identity in both Koreas, while framing the South’s right-wing — who say the victims of Jeju were all communist rebels — as descendants of pro-Japanese collaborators. Last year, Moon became the first South Korean president in more than a decade to attend the annual memorial ceremony on Jeju. At the event he said: “Young people who were falsely accused of being communists during the April 3 Incident defended their country in the face of death. Ideology was nothing more than a cause that justified the massacre.” In 2003 the then South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun — whom Moon served as chief of staff — offered an apology to the victims of the Jeju incident.
In June this year, TISL co-signed a letter along with Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from France, Indonesia, Tunisia, the UK and the US, addressed to the Head of the UK’s Serious Fraud Office and copied to France’s Parque National Financier, the US Department of Justice and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) calling on their investigating agencies to ensure that any allegations connected to the procurement of Airbus aircraft are properly investigated and where necessary, legal action is initiated. Key among the recommendations made by the CSO’s is that in instances where it is proven that Airbus or its agents have paid bribes, the aggrieved countries are compensated for harm caused.The CSO’s joint statement and a report compiled by Corruption Watch UK on the allegations of bribery and corruption at Airbus were also referred to the Commission of Inquiry. In a letter to the CoI in August this year, TISL highlighted that the aircraft manufacturer Airbus and its subsidiaries are under investigation in several jurisdictions for allegedly paying bribes in order to win billions of dollars of contracts. Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) has alerted the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into Allegations of Large Scale Fraud and Malpractice in SriLankan Airlines to alleged corruption surrounding the controversial procurement of Airbus A350 aircraft by the national carrier.The German publication Der Spiegel has on repeated occasions flagged the allegations of bribery and corruption in the procurement of Airbus aircraft. TISL Executive Director Asoka Obeyesekere said, “We respectfully call on the Commissioners to ensure a comprehensive and transparent investigation of the A350 deal, especially considering the burden placed on the country as a result of the cancellation costs. As Airbus’ parent company EADS is listed in France, the OECD guidelines for multinational enterprises apply. This provides a framework for the recovery of any monies that may have been earned through bribery or corruption”. (Colombo Gazette) TISL believes these investigations are of particular interest to the Sri Lankan people given the fallout following the cancellation of SriLankan Airlines’ planned purchase of Airbus A350 aircraft which led to the state having to pay in excess of Rs. 15 Billion as cancellation costs.
PARIS – He is wanted in his native Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Russia. He was ordered jailed in Britain.An opposition leader from a country that has been ruled by the same man since 1989, a former banker accused of siphoning off billions, Mukhtar Ablyazov has been jailed since police special forces seized him July 31 in the south of France. On Thursday, a judge is expected to rule on his extradition.Courts in London have frozen his assets and issued more than $4 billion in judgments against Ablyazov, who fled Britain days just before he was convicted of contempt of court. The Kazakh is often compared with Mikhail Khodorkovsky for making his fortune during the wild post-Soviet years, then running afoul of the political leadership when he started using his wealth to bankroll the opposition.“This is not a story about a bank. This is not a story about a theft. This is a settling of political scores,” said Peter Sahlas, a lawyer representing Ablyazov.A former energy minister once aligned with President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Ablyazov was chairman of BTA Bank when it was nationalized in 2009, one of many Kazakh financial institutions to falter after the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis. Even before the financial crisis, he has said, he was under pressure from Nazarbayev to hand over a 50 per cent share of the bank, which he said amounted to extortion.He ultimately received asylum in Britain, where he continued to use his wealth — ill-gotten, according to the Kazakh, Russian and Ukrainian governments — to fund Kazakhstan’s weak opposition movement, as well as invest in property including a mansion in London and an estate in Surrey, on the outskirts of the capital.The bank, meanwhile, pressed 11 separate claims against him, accusing him of diverting money that, among other things, was intended for a Moscow skyscraper that remains unfinished and a Kazakh real estate development project that never materialized.Sentenced to prison for contempt of court in Britain after judges said he continued to move his money around in violation of orders freezing his assets, Ablyazov fled in February 2012, citing threats to his life.“Much of what he says appears at first sight to be exaggerated and implausible, and it is striking that the fears for his personal safety on which he now relies so heavily were voiced only after judgment was given,” a British magistrate said after the Kazakh disappeared.With Ablyazov, his wife and their two youngest children on the run — first in Latvia, then Switzerland, then Italy — the bank won rulings in Britain at every turn.At the end of May, Italian commandos stormed the home where the family had been staying. Ablyazov wasn’t there, neither was his 12-year-old son. But his wife, Alma Shalabayeva, and their 6-year-old daughter were, and the Italian forces whisked them away to a waiting private jet, where they were taken to Kazakhstan and Shalabayeva was accused of falsifying passports.Uproar over their swift and secret expulsion nearly toppled the Italian government, which revoked the expulsion order retroactively. By then, Shalabayeva said, she was in Almaty under house arrest and 24-hour surveillance.“Not being able to get Ablyazov, they had the brilliant idea to take hostages,” Sahlas said.By mid-summer, Ablyazov, too, was taken into custody after private detectives hired by the bank tracked him to a home in the south of France. French law enforcement, agreeing to enforce an Interpol request for arrest, was told the former banker might be armed and arrived prepared, with armoured trucks, aircraft and special forces.Under pressure from the Italian government, Kazakhstan allowed Shalabayeva and the little girl to return at the end of December, requiring them to put up the family home as collateral and return at authorities’ request.“They want to turn her from a hostage into a fugitive,” Sahlas said. He said the Kazakh government had initially demanded $1 million in cash bail.Throughout the saga, BTA has pressed its case, saying Ablyazov stashed millions of dollars in off-shore accounts as the bank was faltering during the global financial crisis. Now Kazakhstan’s third-largest financial institution, the bank returned to profitability in August in part with the sale of Ablyazov’s assets.“An extradition is a question of law but also a question of politics,” said Jean-Pierre Mignard, another lawyer for Ablyazov. He said the key concern is whether Ablyazov could be treated fairly in the Russian or Ukrainian legal systems, and whether either of those countries would send the former banker back to Kazakhstan, which has no extradition agreement with France.A French judicial panel rules Thursday on the extradition requests from Russia and Ukraine. Lawyers said one or both could be accepted, or they could be entirely rejected and Ablyazov could ultimately be freed. Human rights groups have urged France to decide against extradition.Either way, said Ablyazov’s 26-year-old daughter Madina, he will continue to oppose the Kazakh government and the family will support him.“There is absolutely no going back,” she said. “It is a matter of principle.” Jean Pierre Mignard, right, and Peter Sahlas, left, the lawyers representing Mukhtar Ablyazov sit with his wife Alma Shalabayeva, centre right, and daughter Madina Ablyazova, centre left, during a press conference, in Paris, Tuesday Jan. 7, 2014. An opposition leader from a country that has been ruled by the same man since 1989, a former banker accused of siphoning off billions, Mukhtar Ablyazov has been jailed since police special forces seized him July 31 in the south of France. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere) Wanted by 4 countries, Kazakh ex-banker turned dissident faces extradition from France by Lori Hinnant, The Associated Press Posted Jan 7, 2014 10:31 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Before we look ahead — and there’s an inherent risk at looking too far ahead — it’s always worth looking back.First, though, this is where we are:On Saturday night in front of the 233rd-straight sellout crowd at Scotiabank Arena in what will almost certainly be the largest television audience to ever watch a basketball game in Canada, the Toronto Raptors will host the Milwaukee Bucks with a chance to earn a trip to the NBA Finals for the first time ever.After tonight’s Game 6 Eastern Conference Final against the Milwaukee Bucks, the @Raptors will be:— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) May 25, 2019Nothing is guaranteed and, given the Raptors’ history, it’s probably wise to only let hopes get so high.The Bucks are an elite team with an emerging superstar in Giannis Antetokounmpo and tremendous roster depth. They are the No. 1 seed in the league, were the pre-series favourite to win the Eastern Conference Finals and, were it not for Toronto’s refusal to die in double-overtime Game 3 to avoid falling behind 3-0 in the series, the Bucks would likely be trying to close out the Raptors if they hadn’t already.But the Raptors somehow managed to claw their way out of a shallow grave, win a Game 4 despite a momentarily diminished Kawhi Leonard and then were elevated by yet another win in an incredible line of wondrous playoff performances by Leonard as they stole Game 5 in Milwaukee.The Bucks hadn’t lost three straight games all season before Thursday, and if Toronto can make it four consecutive wins they can move on to the NBA’s most hallowed stage.Worst case? They lose and get to try their luck in Game 7 in Milwaukee. Generations of Raptors fans could only dream of such a chance.So, a refresher for those who have only known the Raptors over the last six years — the era of plentitude — when playoff appearances have become routine, 50-win seasons the norm and the primary disappointment was your all-stars weren’t able to beat LeBron James and his all-stars in the playoffs.For most of their existence the Raptors were the poor cousin, the unwanted step-child, an occasional laughing stock — and that was just in Toronto.League-wide they were known for many years — and not fondly — for their dinosaur jersey and superstars that had left or were aching to get out of Dodge. Oh, and the lack of ‘the good cable’ in a strange land where your daytime sports TV choices were curling, curling or curling.Granted, they had a point.Seriously. Neck-and-neck with figuring out how to ease the tax burden for US-based players in Canada was the rush to figure out how to set up reliable grey-market satellite TV packages. An executive once told me they had made progress in both areas as if they were of equal importance.It was 25 years ago, on May 24, that former Detroit Pistons star Isiah Thomas, who was 11 days past his retirement as a player, burst through a paper logo and was announced as the team’s first general manager. He had no experience other than a reputation for orchestrating deals in his locker room, yet he was given a nine-per-cent ownership stake — chew on that for a second — to build an expansion franchise from scratch. In Year One he put on the floor a rookie-of-the-year point guard in Damon Stoudamire, weighed down by a mixed bag of cast-offs, miscreants and Oliver Miller, who checked both boxes. They won 21 games.Midway through what ended up being a 16-66 season in 1997-98, Thomas quit to take a job in television. Think about that: things were looked so bleak that Thomas walked away from an ownership position in an NBA franchise to do colour commentary for NBC. Whenever I feel badly about my retirement portfolio I think of Thomas’ decision and gain a small measure of comfort.By the time Thomas moved on, the Raptors had played three seasons in a baseball stadium. Their best chances to win were Sunday afternoon games at 1 p.m. where the hope was visiting players would party too hard and not be ready for work. Sometimes it paid off. Other times it didn’t.Legend has it a former Raptors head coach Butch Carter assigned someone to show Michael Jordan a good time the Saturday night before an early Sunday game. Jordan was going strong at sunrise but still easily took care of business on the floor a few hours later, after a brief nap and a cup of coffee, prompting Carter to scold his young team: “Michael was out all night and still kicked your ass. Now that’s a professional!”For years the biggest moment in franchise history was a missed shot by Vince Carter, at the peak of his meteoric rise. His relationship with the team deteriorated so quickly he got traded to New Jersey for two guys named Williams, a draft pick that turned into Sam Mitchell whipping boy Joey ‘JOEY’ Graham (best NBA attribute? As a trained pilot, could land the team plane in an emergency) and Alonzo Mourning, who faked his retirement to avoid playing in Toronto. Two years later he won a ring in Miami, so… good call.Toronto was looked upon like the franchise was in Reykjavik rather than south of Chicago, Milwaukee and Minneapolis. It was pre-Drake. Occasionally — errr, every single time — the club had to pay a premium to convince players to stay.Imagine: the Raptors gave Antonio Davis a five-year $65-million deal in 2001. When I was waiting for him to change after games I would occasionally try to calculate his hourly wage in Canadian dollars, which were trading at about 65 cents at the time. I always got stuck on “oh my God that’s a lot of money.”Despite the paycheque, Davis had concerns, among them his kids had to learn the metric system at their private school. The team responded by providing tutoring so players’ kids wouldn’t fall behind on US ‘culture.’The corner-turning moment in more modern Raptors history — call it the middle years — came in 2006, when the club managed to hire Bryan Colangelo as president and general manager from the Phoenix Suns. At the time this was considered an incredible thing, a breakthrough of the highest order, a coup. It was, of course, before Twitter.But even now a lot of the great moments of the current Raptors era can be traced back to Colangelo. He traded for Kyle Lowry, for example, and drafted DeMar DeRozan and Jonas Valanciunas, who helped the team become relevant and then … well, anyway.But it feels worth noting that a legitimate Raptors high point came early in Colangelo’s seven-year run, when the team won the draft lottery and, with the No. 1-overall pick, selected Andrea Bargnani.As much as current Raptors president Masai Ujiri deserves ladles of credit for helping grow a competitive team, build a robust organization, find the likes of Pascal Siakam late in the draft and ultimately pull the trigger on some gut-wrenching decisions — trading DeRozan and Valanciunas, firing Dwane Casey — dealing Bargnani to the New York Knicks for a future first-round pick may be his best move of all.Advancing to the NBA Finals would surpass even that.Amazingly, all that is behind the Raptors now. On Saturday night every NBA fan who cares will be watching Toronto try to take its next step against Milwaukee.There is room for optimism because in Leonard the Raptors have the best player in the series, arguably the best player in the NBA and undoubtedly the best player they have ever had.There is room for optimism because in the likes of Marc Gasol, Lowry and Danny Green, the Raptors are over-loaded with veteran hoops IQ. They also, to this stage, have applied all that savvy in executing a game plan that has corralled the Bucks’ Antetokounmpo.There is room for optimism because the Raptors might well have the better team and are playing to their potential.It all guarantees nothing, but one thing is for sure: as the franchise that for years could do nothing right readies for its close-up, no matter what happens, it won’t be the worst that has happened.And the very best could be yet to come.Related stories:Raptors playoff fever knows no international boundaries
OSU junior running back Ezekiel Elliott (15) runs with the ball to the end zone during a game against Michigan on Nov. 28 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. OSU won 42-13. Credit: Muyao Shen | Assistant Photo EditorWith 125 representatives from all 32 NFL teams present at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Friday, 22 former Ohio State Buckeyes had their final chance to prove their playing abilities to coaches and scouts at OSU’s annual pro day.Running back Ezekiel Elliott, one of several Buckeyes projected in most mock drafts to go in the first round, said he felt the pressure of the pro day’s magnitude after weeks of preparation.“You don’t have another game next week,” Elliott said. “You have one big day. Today was a lot of guys’ last chance to show what they’ve got before the final workout.”That final workout, similarly to the NFL combine, which was held last month, consisted of the football workout staples such as the 40-yard dash and the three-cone shuffle. After running a 4.50-second 40-yard run at the combine, wide receiver Braxton Miller looked to improve to his personal goal of 4.30. He got close, reportedly recording a 4.35 time.Then, players split off into different position workouts. After not being able to throw at the NFL combine because of a hamstring injury, quarterback Cardale Jones not only impressed the coaches and scouts in the room, but also the former quarterback Miller.“(Cardale) looked great,” Miller said. “I told him he launched that thing on that go (route) and out-threw me. He’s still got it man. He still has the strongest arm I have ever seen.”On the defensive side of the ball, all eyes were on defensive end and possible top-five pick Joey Bosa. Not only did Bosa impress with his forceful attack on the defensive line drills, he impressed the majority of people during his participation in linebacker drills with tipping passes and interceptions.Another one of those linebackers, Joshua Perry, said he has no expectations on where he will be drafted but hoped Friday’s activities helped his cause.“Everyone wants to be a first-round pick, but I want to be a guy that’s taken as high as possible,” Perry said. “It only takes one team to fall in love with you, and I’m going to go work for them and show them what I’ve got.”After pro day ended, different players expressed different feelings toward their futures in the NFL. As for Miller, he said he was just glad all of it was over.“All of the stress is gone now,” Miller said. “You got the Senior Bowl out. Combine, pro day; you can checkmark all of those. I did everything I had to do. I feel great.”Elliott said he knew that no matter what happened on Friday, he is still creeping closer to his NFL dreams coming true.“It is definitely fun because you finally get to do what you have trained your whole life for,” he said. “It’s what we have worked our whole lives for, and we are finally seeing our dreams coming together.”The NFL draft is set to begin on April 28 and continue through April 30.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Gillard government is reinstating the key principles of access and equity to all citizens of Australia. In her opening address to the second Multicultural Round Table on Thursday at parliament house, the PM told her multicultural audience: “In the long standing Labor tradition the government is establishing permanent channels of communication with the multicultural communities, with the aim to keep non-English speaking Australians informed about government policies and ensure equal access to information and services.” The prime minister assured her audience, “the reconnection of the government with the multicultural communities is neither a tokenism nor a vote hunting exercise. It is a real reflection of the belief in the need of the incumbent to serve the needs of the segment of the Australian community restricted by their limited knowledge of the English language.” Other speakers included Assistant Treasurer Bill Shorten, Immigration Minister Chris Bowen and Special Minister of State Gary Grey. In the introductory remarks to his address on the state of the Australian economy, Mr Shorten extolled the importance of the multicultural media as service providers to non English speaking Australians. Using Neos Kosmos as the example Bill Shorten remarked: “The government understands that not everyone reads the Herald Sun, or The Age or watches certain television channels. I understand that in my electorate Maribyrnong, a northwestern suburb of Melbourne, 34 per cent of my voters were born overseas, 51 per cent of my voters speak a second language other than English. And again, without giving a particular plug to a particular media outlet, I happened to see the newspaper distribution list for the local newsagency and Neos Kosmos outrates The Australian“. Immigration Minister Bowen outlined the government’s response to the Michael Knight Strategic Review of the Student Visa Program 2011, stressing that the government “supports in principle all of Mr Knight’s recommendations”. Speaking to Neos Kosmos, Bowen confirmed Australia he is negotiating with Greece on the signing of a reciprocal work visa agreement, that will enable Greek tourists visiting Australia to work during their sojourn down under, and vice versa. “Negotiations with Greece have commenced and we are hopeful we will have an agreement in place within a reasonable span of time,” the minster said. Mr Bowen repeated earlier comments against “preferential treatment” of prospective Greek migrants to Australia – given Greece’s economic crisis – stating that “there are processes to be followed and criteria to be fulfilled by all prospective migrants to Australia.” The minister urged interested parties to refer their interest to the relevant Australian authorities or attend the Skills Expo to be staged in Athens between 7 and 8 of October.
Cloud Connect de Google veut concurrencer Microsoft OfficeGoogle va lancer Cloud Connect, un outil permettant de rapatrier les documents Microsoft Office vers Google Docs.Google s’attaque directement à Microsoft et à son outil de bureautique Office. Le moteur de recherche va en effet lancer Cloud Connect, un logiciel permettant de rapatrier les documents Office sur la suite bureautique de Google, Google Docs, explique le Wall Street Journal. Cloud Connect consiste en un plugin capable de s’intégrer aux différentes versions d’Office (2003, 2007 ou 2010) et permettant aux utilisateurs de la suite bureautique de Microsoft de synchroniser rapidement leurs fichiers Word, Excel ou PowerPoint avec Google Docs. Google espère ainsi inciter les utilisateurs d’Office à disposer de leurs documents en ligne, et ainsi utiliser ses propres solutions d’entreprise Google Apps, mêlant applications bureautiques et de communication. Microsoft voit donc Google proposer une alternative à son propre plugin en ligne, Office Web Apps. “Même si nous apprécions le fait que Google se rende compte de l’incroyable demande des clients pour Office, utilisé par plus de 750 millions de personnes dans le monde, nous croyons que les gens se rendrons compte que l’expérience Cloud Connect ne répondra pas à leurs besoins”, a pourtant estimé Clint Patterson, responsable des Microsoft Online Services, selon le Wall Street Journal. Le temps dira si cette confiance était justifiée.Le 25 février 2011 à 11:11 • Emmanuel Perrin
Les voitures sportives se mettent au vertLes voitures sportives sont connues pour être de très grandes consommatrices de carburant. Pourtant, de nouveaux modèles très puissants mais écologiques font peu à peu leur apparition et ont été présentés au salon automobile de Genève.Le “véhicule de tourisme le plus puissant au monde”, la Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, consomme 37,2 litres aux 100 kilomètres en ville et ses rejets de CO2 atteignent 867 grammes par kilomètres en milieu urbain ! De fait, ce monstre ne répond pas aux possibles exigences écologiques des clients, pas plus qu’aux normes environnementales de plus en plus sévères. “Ce n’est pas que Bugatti ne se penche pas sur le sujet (de l’environnement), mais la marque est considérée comme le fer de lance du groupe VW et doit permettre de démontrer le savoir-faire technique”, explique une porte-parole cité par l’AFP. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Pour autant, tous les constructeurs de voitures sportives n’adoptent pas la même position et certains tentent d’ores et déjà de tenir compte des préoccupations environnementales pour leurs futurs véhicules. C’est par exemple le cas de Ferrari qui a présenté au salon de Genève de nouveaux modèles dont les émissions de CO2 ont été réduites de 30%. Le public a ainsi pu notamment découvrir la F12 berlinetta, un 12 cylindre développant 740 chevaux, mais équipée d’un système Stop & Sart. Avec ce mécanisme, le moteur s’arrête automatiquement au feu rouge ou dans les embouteillages. Un concept qui ne serait qu’un début alors que la marque italienne développe un modèle hybride, la F 599 HY-Kers, pour l’heure encore au stade de prototype.Toutefois, toutes les marques ont intérêt à se mettre à la page verte étant donné que d’ici la fin de l’année, les véhicules neufs devront émettre moins de 130 grammes de CO2 par kilomètre. En 2015, la totalité des voitures vendues par un constructeur devra ainsi atteindre cet objectif, sous peine de lourdes pénalités. Un problème que ne rencontrera pas le petit constructeur français Exagon Motors. Depuis 2004, la marque développe la Furtive eGT, un bolide doté de deux moteurs électriques de 125 KW chacun. De plus, avec un châssis et une carrosserie en carbone cette sportive voit compensé le poids conséquent de ses batteries (480 kg). Résultat : l’engin pèse 1.600 kilogrammes, soit autant qu’une voiture classique.Mais ceci ne se fait pas au détriment des performances qui restent celles d’une sportive puisque cette Furtive eGT passe “de 0 à 100 km/h en 3,5 secondes, c’est autant qu’une Lamborghini Avantador”, comme l’explique fièrement le constructeur. Néanmoins, ce modèle reste réservé à des clients fortunés puisqu’il se vend autour des 300.000 euros (une soixantaine de commandes a déjà eu lieu).Le 8 mars 2012 à 14:04 • Maxime Lambert
When it’s nice outside, you can probably find Margie Linn gardening on the porch of Vancouver’s Rite Choice Ventilator Speciality adult family home.She’s got a fairy garden, hydrangea, honeysuckle and clematis to tend to. If Linn isn’t gardening, she’s probably painting in the living room at the family home, which has partially been converted into her art studio.“I lose myself completely” in painting, Linn said. “It’s the like the time flies by. I don’t even know the day is gone. When you have a passion, you can just get lost in it because you enjoy the whole process, and then you’ve got a result afterward.”These are just a few examples of how Linn, who turns 79 this week, has kept her independence, despite being in a wheelchair and on a ventilator to help her breathe. Overcoming setbacks and staying independent is a theme in the Portland native’s life that began after she was diagnosed with polio at age 13 in 1953 — one year before injections of the polio vaccine were given to a group of students in Pennsylvania.When polio struck, Linn spent a week isolated, only able to visit her parents through glass. At first, Linn was naive and believed polio would be like the flu or an ordinary sickness. But instead it robbed her of the ability to walk.
By Fatoumatta K Jallow World Food Programme (WFP) Gambia Office, on Wednesday, 19 October 2016, received the WFP regional director of west and central Africa. The objective of his visit is to meet government officials, donors and project sites to better understand the humanitarian situation, partners’ joint efforts towards assisting communities and populations in The Gambia to advocate for zero hunger.In a visit to one of the project sites, Janack Lower Basic School in Janack, West Coast Region, Basiru Colley, head teacher of the Janack LBS, gave a brief history of the school. He said it was established in 1996 and they have eight (8) qualified teachers and some trainees from The Gambia College. Colley said they have seven classes five in the morning and two in the afternoon and one Early Childhood Development class which consists of 51 pupils.Commenting on the school’s mother’s club, he said “the school is happy with the mother’s club and they are really doing well for the children, adding they even provide food for them sometimes and a vegetable garden because sometimes students stop coming due to the distance and also lack of food to eat”.Joko Tamba, representative of the mother’s club commended WFP for what they have done for their children because with the happiness of the children their work will be easier. Highlighting some of the problems they are facing, she stressed that they are in need of a milling machine and a bakery as they have stopped working. According to her, if they have a bakery, they will be able to bake bread for the kids like before. Joko also lamented the shortage of water in the area.Mr. Abdou Dieng WFP Regional Director commended the mother’s club for their hard work. He said the club is implementing what they call home grown school feeding, meaning that they are growing what the children are going to eat and it will help the women to cook for their children and it will also help the children to grow what they are used to eating.“What we want to do is renew our commitment with you and support your efforts, we heard the demand made by the women in terms of water, bakery, and a milling machine,” he said.The regional director said they will look into it and see the partners who can help with that. “What you are doing for the children is an obligation because these kids have a right to get education, so we collectively have to provide education for these children either as a mother or a teacher or whoever because it is our obligation,” he emphasised. In conclusion he described education as one of the most important areas that any country has to invest on, which is why not only the boys but also the girls have to go to school to the highest level.
“This partnership is a homerun for artists, fans and independent venues and promoters,” Andrew Dreskin, president of Eventbrite’s music division, said in a statement. “We’re fired up to leverage the power of video discovery to help our clients drive ticket sales, support artists that play their venues, and give fans the kinds of live music experiences they’ll never forget.”In addition to YouTube, Eventbrite has more than 50 distribution partners including Spotify, Facebook, Instagram and Bandsintown.Here’s a visualization of what the Eventbrite integration on YouTube’s mobile app looks like: Popular on Variety YouTube struck a deal with Eventbrite letting musicians automatically list live performances and sell tickets for the U.S. venues and festivals that use Eventbrite as their ticketing partner.The YouTube-Evenbrite deal covers thousands of artists who have YouTube Official Artist Channels. According to YouTube, more than 1 billion people per month come to the video platform to listen to music and discover new artists.Through the pact with Eventbrite and its similar deal with Ticketmaster — which kicked off in November 2017 — YouTube now covers more than 70% of the U.S. ticketing market. “We’ll continue to add new artists and venues of all sizes to our list in North America as well as expand globally,” YouTube said in announcing the Eventbrite partnership.Starting Thursday (Oct. 18), users watching videos on YouTube Official Artist Channels will see (where applicable) an Eventbrite-fed “On Tour” section below the video listing live music performances throughout the U.S. The listings include a prominent “Tickets” button, which will let fans purchase tickets directly from Eventbrite. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
Review: ‘Fantasy Strike’ Is A Fighting Game That Understands…Game of the Year: Jordan Minor’s Best Video Games of 2018 For too long the definition of “Game of the Year” has been unfairly narrow. How boring is it to see every website shower the same stale AAA games with praise at the end of each holiday season? So at Geek.com we’re doing what we can to put a stop to this in Game of the Year, a new column celebrating worthy alternative picks for the year’s greatest game regardless of genre, platform, year of release, or even quality. Here, any game can be Game of the Year!Mafia III didn’t quite make it onto my personal game of the year list last year. It’s a great game, and I was happy to see it win the award for best writing at the New York Video Game Awards. Shout out to Charles Webb. But as I’ll get into later, the experience of actually playing the game has just enough issues to bring down the rest of the stellar package. Still, Mafia III is a AAA video game about racism that’s not a complete embarrassment. So yeah, it’s this week’s Game of the Year.In a video game market full of open-world Grand Theft Auto clones, the Mafia series never really interested me. But the trailer for Mafia III was too striking to ignore. The late-1960s, Vietnam-era time period? Louisiana bayou setting? Lincoln Clay (the player character) is a biracial member of the African-American gang taking on the Italian mob establishment? Sign me up! A few months later at E3, 2K promoted the game with an elaborate Southern building of a booth and roaming New Orleans jazz funeral band.But in retrospect I think my choice to play Mafia III a few months after it came out, after all, the traditional AAA hype cycles, was the right one. Mafia III has a lot in common with other big games. It’s an open-world action game with lots of shooting and driving and side quests and vague stealth-action. But that’s not what makes it the Game of the Year. What works about Mafia III is its astonishingly real and thoughtful approach to issues of race in the context of a bombastic action game. And quality like that is timeless.More than the surface-level Black aesthetic of something like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’s 90s hip-hop West Coast, race is a potent theme all throughout Mafia III’s narrative and gameplay systems. White cops react negatively in your presence and show up faster in white parts of town compared to Black ones. Despite the Civil Rights Act being the law of the land, certain restaurants still kick you out for being “colored.” When you’re not listening to Jimi Hendrix or Barry McGuire, the radio plays white racist blowhards and underground Black militants. You can also wear a pseudo-Black Panther outfit yourself.Then there are the characters. While you might think Lincoln Clay being biracial will create some drama about him “straddling both worlds,” the game accurately shows that if you look Black, you’re just Black. Father James, a haunted WWII veteran turned priest and Lincoln’s conscience, may have darker skin, but they’re in the same boat. Also in that boat are Lincoln’s upstart mob partners, who all come from marginalized ethnic groups. Don’t forget that Italians like Vito Scaletta and Irish like Thomas Burke were once considered non-white. Meanwhile, Cassandra demonstrates the underlying tension that sometimes exists between Africans-Americans and other Blacks like Haitians.Mafia III isn’t just a polemic, though. It’s a realized world. New Bordeaux’s southern bayou vibe feels authentic and lived-in. Your CIA spook partner John Donovan drives home the Vietnam-era American paranoia. 1968 was a year where it really seemed like the country was falling apart. And tearing your way through the city’s grimy underbelly has more than a little in common with the grindhouse Blaxploitation movies just a few short years away from the game’s time period.These positive qualities make the negative ones more disappointing. The game has numerous technical glitches, even for an open-world game. And even when the game does work its structure is so repetitive it threatens to drain the fun from the otherwise enjoyable, if standard, third-person shooting and sneaking. Take out rackets to lure out small bosses to kill to lure out the big bosses. Assign the territory. Do it again in a new territory. Do it again and again. Set pieces like spiking fancy drinks with LSD, crashing a riverboat, competing in underground negro fights, and hunting enemies in a drowned amusements park are great and elaborate but infrequent spectacles.However, despite gameplay shortcomings, Mafia III satisfies me on a deep level. It’s a personal revenge fantasy about systematically dismantling a white power structure institution by institution. Granted, we’re talking about the criminal white power structure of the mob and not something like, say, the larger violent but quieter white supremacy enveloping America. Still, this is a game where you shoot down foes who are basically KKK members. If I can quote The Boondocks, “I woke up this morning wanting to shoot me a white man!” There’s no better way to get prepared for what 2017 has in store, so of course, Mafia III is the Game of the Year.Check back next week to read about the next Game of the Year! Stay on target
News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more November 14, 2014 — Men with prostate cancer will be the first group of patients in China to benefit from the recent clearance of Elekta’s Clarity soft tissue visualization system by the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA). As part of Elekta’s premiere linear accelerator offering, Versa HD, Clarity enables clinicians to use non-ionizing ultrasound technology to non-invasively image the prostate and surrounding soft tissues before patients begin treatment.The authorization for Clarity use in China follows the CFDA’s clearance in September of Elekta’s Versa HD linear accelerator, enabling Elekta to sell and market the system in China.According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, well over 3 million people are diagnosed with cancer every year in China. Prostate cancer is the sixth most common cancer for men in China.For more information: www.elekta.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | November 14, 2014 Elekta’s Clarity Soft Tissue Visualization System Cleared for Use for Cancer Patients In China Approval follows clearance of Versa HD linear accelerator in September News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more Related Content
Cunard’s QM2 has been reported as failing her recent voluntary Vessel Sanitation Programme (VSP) inspection in New York earlier this month, with an unsatisfactory grading of 84. The QM2 has been reported as receiving a perfect score of 100 on three occasions and scoring over 95 on most others. With a satisfactory grade of 86 required to pass, the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) failed the 2,620 passenger liner releasing a detailed 15 page report citing numerous violations. “The poor assessment on 10 June resulted largely from one small area of the ship’s overall operation,” a statement from Cunard announced over the weekend. “All the issues in the report were immediately addressed and have now been corrected.”The CDC reported numerous food safety violations in the ‘King’s Court Locker’ and surrounds including pests, toxic items stored with food, improper storage of food and a human hair found on the inside of an ice machine in the Crew Bar pantry. The ‘Minnows Splash Pool’ floor tiles were also reported as being “extremely dirty” and coated with “dark soil and hairs,” and the internal beer draught lines were found to be “heavily soiled”. Cunard stated that certain roles have been redefined both onboard and on a shore management level to clarify accountability and that the line’s “already rigorous training schedule has been stepped up.”“The Company is confident that failings of this nature will not occur again, and that the ship’s VSP scores in the future will return to the customary consistently high level.” Source = e-Travel Blackboard: Natalie Aroyan
Adjusted Rate Mortgage ARM Defect First American Misinformation Mortgage Rates Purchase transactions Refis 2018-03-30 Alison Rich in Daily Dose, Featured, journal, News, Origination A Return to ARMs March 30, 2018 541 Views Since the mortgage domain—and the nation—went into a tailspin a decade ago and tons of borrowers lost their homes, adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) have got a bad rap. Sordid history aside, the ARMs offered now are head and shoulders above the previous models, says First American in its February 2018 Loan Application Defect Index.“Today’s ARM is not like those of the past,” said Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American. “It is essentially the same as the 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage with one difference: Rates adjust after an initial fixed period of usually five or seven years.”Retooled characteristics aside, though, will the comeback of these previously scorned products give rise to surging loan application defect risk? “ARMs historically have had more defect, fraud, and misrepresentation risk than the traditional 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage,” First American said. “Interestingly, that has changed recently. Adjustable-rate mortgages, based on our defect, fraud, and misrepresentation index, are modestly less risky.”Now that we’re in a rising interest rate environment—a 30-year, fixed-rate product currently is about 4.5 percent and expected to reach 5 percent by year-end—ARMs are looking more attractive. With a current rate of 4 percent, borrowers wanting to keep their payments lower are likely to reach for an ARM, First American says. Based on its risk analysis, that might not be such a bad idea, the company notes.Its Defect Index showed that in January, the frequency of defects, fraud, and misrepresentation in the information provided in mortgage loan apps stayed the same compared with the previous month. Compared with February 2017, the index rose by 9.2 percent but is down 18.6 percent from the peak risk point recorded in October 2013, First American reports. For refi transactions, the index remained flat compared with the previous month and is 13.1 percent higher than a year ago. As for purchase transactions, the index dropped by 1.1 percent compared with the prior month and is up 7.1 percent compared with a year ago.“As mortgage rates continue to rise, the share of adjustable-rate mortgages is also likely to increase and, if current defect risk patterns hold, will offset some of the increased risk the market will bear as it shifts to purchase transactions,” First American said. Share
eventhotelsThe Park Hotel BrisbaneThe Watermark hotel Brisbane hotel, The Watermark will be rebranded to The Park Hotel Brisbane from 1 July 2018, under a new management agreement entered into by Event Hospitality & Entertainment Limited (EVENT).The hotel will be managed alongside EVENT’s current stable of hotels and resorts across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom that includes the Rydges, QT and Atura brands.The Watermark will be rebranded as an independent, local brand and will be a full participant in EVENT’s Priority Guest Rewards loyalty program and all EVENT distribution channels, including rydges.com.The Park Hotel Brisbane is located at 551 Wickham Terrace in historic Spring Hill, a short stroll from the Brisbane CBD. The property boasts 94 guest rooms, a restaurant, bar, guest lounge and conference facilities for up to 200 people.
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