Two Quebec boys 3 and 5 victims of alleged playground beating by

first_imgMANAWAN, Que. – A three-year-old boy and his five-year-old brother from a First Nations community in Quebec were recovering Friday after allegedly being beaten by a group of other children.Chief Constant Awashish of the Atikamekw Nation said the boys were allegedly attacked by some older children on a playground in Manawan earlier this week.“Two little boys were jumped by two or three other little boys, a little older than the victims,” he said in a phone interview.He said both boys were airlifted to hospital after a family member stopped the incident and called emergency services.The older boy was released after being sent to a hospital in Joliette, while the younger boy, who sustained more serious injuries, remained in hospital in Montreal, according to Awashish.The younger boy was “doing very well” and should be released by the beginning of next week, he said.Awashish said the incident was “traumatizing” to many in Manawan, a tight-knit community about 250 kilometres north of Montreal.“You always hear about stuff like that happening everywhere, but we never think it will happen in our own community,” he said.He said support and counselling were being made available to anyone who needed it, including the families of the alleged victims and of the alleged perpetrators.“The families of the aggressors are in shock, they’re stressed, they don’t know how to handle this,” he said.Local police as well as youth and social services were investigating the incident.last_img read more

Stingray Group drops takeover offer for US company Music Choice

first_imgCompanies in this story: (TSX:RAY.A) MONTREAL — Stingray Group Inc. has dropped its takeover attempt of Music Choice.Montreal-based Stingray, which provides music and in-store media, had made the unsoliticited bid for the U.S. company in August last year.The offer was worth US$120 million.Music Choice produces music programming and music-related content for digital cable television, mobile phone and cable modem users.Stingray chief executive Eric Boyko says while the company continues to see benefits in a combination with Music Choice, it’s confident in its strategic direction.Stingray announced Monday a distribution agreement with Altice USA, which will bring 50 Stingray music audio channels and hundreds of music videos from its on-demand catalogue to Altice USA’s subscribers. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Bus registrations shine through economic gloom

· Good legacy from 2008’s big bus demand helps February’ figures. · Tradition and new plates slow coach registrations. · Minibuses continue to decline, undermined by shifting buyer and use patterns “February registration data shows that all the bus segments are positive while coaches and van-based minibuses continue their decline,” said Paul Everitt, SMMT chief executive. “February is always very slow for coaches because by tradition operators wait for Easter for new vehicles and the new number plate in March reinforces that trend. Overall, though the outlook is steady, we cannot take anything for granted and remain very cautious”. DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Bus registrations shine through economic gloom read more

Nosy nurse struck off for spying on patient records over two years

Panel chairman Paul Morris said: “Mrs Lewis’s actions showed a complete disregard for patients, her colleagues and the hospital. Mrs Lewis acted dishonestly in deliberately attempting to conceal information.”The panel found that Mrs Lewis’s actions fell seriously short of the conduct and standards expected and amounted to professional misconduct which was very serious.”Mr Morris said: “The panel considered that by knowingly or recklessly obtaining personal data and receiving a conviction, Mrs Lewis had breached fundamental tenets of the profession. Mrs Lewis’s actions were very serious.”The panel found Mrs Lewis is liable in the future to put patients at unwarranted risk of harm, to bring the profession into disrepute, breach fundamental tenets of the profession and act dishonestly.” [Her] actions showed a complete disregard for patients, her colleagues and the hospitalPanel chairman Paul Morris Board chief executive Steve Moore said that Lewis had accessed the records “for her own interest”, but had not altered any of them and no patients’ treatment had been affected.The nurse was dismissed by the health board after the data breaches were discovered and has now been stuck off by the Nurse and Midwifery Council.A fitness to practice hearing in Cardiff heard her hospital colleague feared Lewis would end up “killing somebody” by neglecting her duty.The panel found her actions had amounted to misconduct which impaired her fitness to practice. Glangwili General Hospital Elaine Lewis was working late shifts at Glangwili General HospitalCredit:Google Street View A nosy nurse has been struck off for spying on the health problems of thousands of people by illegally tapping into their personal medical records over two years on late shifts.Hospital ward nurse Elaine Lewis, 63, secretly looked into the records of 3,000 patients “for her own interest”, a hearing was told.Health chiefs wrote to apologise to hundreds of patients when the “significant data breach” by Lewis was discovered.Bosses at Glangwili General Hospital, in Carmarthen, west Wales, discovered that Lewis had illegally delved into the medical histories of patients of all ages.The case against Lewis was brought by the Information Commissioner after the investigation by bosses at the Hywel Dda Health Board. The panel decided to impose a striking off order, which will see Mrs Lewis’s name removed from the nursing register. Lewis did not attend the hearing in person and was not represented.Lewis, from Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire, had earlier admitted accessing information without permission from the health board between July 2013 and September 2015.The former nurse was fined £650 by Llanelli magistrates and ordered to pay £664 in costs for breaching the Data Protection Act 1998. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Heres What Happened Today Saturday

first_imgRichard Haass said it was time to ‘fish or cut bait‘ in the NI talksWork continued to try and reconnect all households left without power in the wake of the stormOur trawl through the 1983 State papers uncovered an interesting story involving Jimmy Savile and Charlie HaugheyAn Irishman was left in a critical condition after an assault in AustraliaGardaí in Cork appealed for help tracing a missing teenagerThe PSNI issued a warning not to ingest ‘legal highs’ stolen from a shop in BelfastFive horses were rescued from the River ShannonAnd we found out Martin McGuinness’s dog is called ‘Buttons‘WORLDFlooding outside Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire following the Christmas storms which swept Britain [PA Wire]#USA: New documents on the Sandy Hook shooting were released by police. The evidence report shows that ammunition, gun magazines and shooting targets were found at the home of the gunman, Adam Lanza.#CHINA: The top legislative committee in China formally approved a loosening of the country’s controversial one-child policy. In future, couples where either parent has no siblings to have two children.#INDIA: At least 26 people have been killed after fire engulfed an express train in southern India. It’s believed many passengers became trapped and suffocated after the doors failed to open.INNOVATIONTeenagers are leaving Facebook in their droves, in favour of Twitter and Snapchat. According to 16- to 18-year-olds in the UK the social network is, like, just not cool… not cool at all. [Digital Spy]And this might be handy if you’re heading to the winter sales — Business Insider has put together some handy tips on how to spot counterfeit iPhones and other phony tech toys.PARTING SHOTNottingham’s official Robin Hood and Maid Marian have announced the birth of a girl, according to BBC News. Who knew there was an ‘official Robin Hood’? Wonder how much ‘robbing from the rich’ he gets up to… Nottingham Police won’t have too much trouble tracking him down — he’s on Twitter and everything.[Image: Tim Pollard via Twitter]Of course, for many movie enthusiasts, there’s one actor whose name will forever remain synonymous with ‘The Hooded Man’…(Youtube: Dr Nordenstam) NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news…Seven-year-old Cliodhna O’Callaghan takes advantage during a break from the stormy weather for a sunny walk along Sandymount Strand, Dublin [Photocall Ireland]IRELANDA man was arrested after exchanging shots with gardaí in SligoA 32-year-old man was charged with the murder of David Spain in Shankilllast_img read more

Watch English cliff falls into the sea during rough weather

first_img(Youtube/Fun Bizg)WHAT CAN ONLY be described as a storm season is not quite over yet with more wind and rain on the way.As these pictures we put together show the damage around the country so far has already been quite significant.Perhaps none are as dramatic though as this clip from East Sussex on England’s south coast.The storm waves battering cliffs in Hastings finally took their toll when a portion of the cliff fell into the English Channel.Thankfully nobody was injured but onlookers did capture these great shots.Read: Storm a-brewin’: Atlantic weather to bring more high winds and flooding risk >last_img read more

Rapid rise in H1N1 cases in Greece

first_imgDoctors urged the government yesterday to make arrangements for more rooms to be made available for intensive-care patients, as it was revealed that more than 200 new cases of swine flu have been confirmed in Greece this week alone, including that of a 16-year-old British girl who became the third person to suffer serious problems after contracting the virus.The Hellenic Center for Infectious Diseases Control (KEEL) said in a statement yesterday that 210 people had contracted swine flu between July 20 and 27, taking the total number of confirmed cases in Greece to 730.However, it is estimated that the total number of sufferers is much higher, as tests are not being carried out on all suspected cases.Authorities also confirmed late last week that a 16-year-old British girl, who developed serious breathing problems after contracting the disease, has been admitted to an intensive-care unit at the Pendeli children’s hospital in northern Athens. Her condition was said to be serious but stable.She is the third swine flu sufferer to be admitted to an intensive-care unit. Two men in critical condition are still hospitalised in Iraklio, Crete.The rapid rise in the number of swine flu cases and the fact that some sufferers are now needing intensive treatment led to representatives of the Federation of Greek Hospital Doctors’ Unions to ask Health Ministry officials to help them set up more intensive-care beds so authorities are prepared for a pandemic. The government said that it would assist hospitals so they could offer another 50 beds.Health Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said that Greece is due to receive the first batch of vaccine against swine flu on September 14, ahead of a mass inoculation program.Avramopoulos also outlined the key points of the national action plan against the H1N1 flu, while briefing the parliamentary Health committee.The plan, he stressed, includes all activities capable for protecting public health and safeguarding the nation’s economy.Avramopoulos said that private doctors and dentists will be employed in the campaign, while he is meeting next week with the pharmacists to see if they will join the campaign.The Health Minister then lashed out at the main Opposition party, PASOK, blaming them for using the pandemic to further their own political interests.In addressing the leadership of PASOK, Avramopoulos urged them to stop spreading uncertainty and panic and questioning the Greek state’s ability to tackle the problem.The Government, he stressed, promptly stepped in, impressing the international community with its prompt action. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Insomnies bientôt un médicament antibruit

first_imgInsomnies : bientôt un médicament anti-bruit ?Monde – Des chercheurs viennent de découvrir l’impulsion électrique qui permet de dormir sereinement.Notre environnement est de plus en plus bruyant et ce, même la nuit. Sirènes, trafic automobile, voisins, etc. Les villes vivent vingt-quatre heures sur vingt-quatre. Or il se trouve que ces nuisances perturbent le sommeil de certains, quand d’autres n’en ont cure et dorment comme des bébés. Des chercheurs se sont donc intéressés à la manière dont notre cerveau filtrait les bruits durant le sommeil. Le Docteur Ellebogen a ainsi suivi douze hommes et femmes dans sa clinique pendant trois nuits. L’imagerie médicale a permis de démontrer que le thalamus envoyait des impulsions électriques aux autres parties du cerveau lorsque le sujet endormi était assailli par les bruits extérieurs. Plus le thalamus est actif, moins on est dérangé dans son sommeil. A partir de ce constat, les scientifiques espèrent élaborer des médicaments “anti-bruits”. Ils pourraient augmenter l’activité du thalamus chez les personnes pour lesquelles elle ne serait pas suffisamment développée. Le 15 août 2010 à 16:07 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

How do you recognise the Queen for long service

first_imgSomething for the weekend: Long service awards are a great way to acknowledge and recognise committed members of staff, and this week the Armed Forces celebrated one of its most well-known commanders: Her Majesty The Queen.Alongside her husband the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth has been presented with long service and good conduct medals to commemorate her 65 years of service as the commander in chief of the Armed Forces.Holding the post since her ascension to the throne in 1952, The Queen has received three medals in total, one each for the Royal Navy, Army, and the Royal Air Force. Each individual medal has five bars on its ribbon to denote her years of service.The Duke of Edinburgh received a medal from the Royal Navy boasting six bars to represent his 75 years of service.The medal, which has recently been extended to include those ranked as military officers, recognises the good conduct of Armed Forces personnel over a 15-year period.Here at Employee Benefits, although we cannot boast to having 65 years of service, between the editorial team we have approximately 21 years of service. That at least deserves some chocolate, right?last_img read more

Netflixs The OA Part II trailer has an alternative universe twist

first_img Post a comment 2019 TV shows you can’t miss Netflix Netflix mind-bender Altered Carbon gets Marvel actors for season 2 Take a five-hour bubble bath with Big Mouth’s Hormone Monstress Jessica Jones season 3 on Netflix: Everything we know so far TV and Movies The OA Part II returns with Brit Marling’s character teaming up with PI Karim Washington (Kingsley Ben-Adir) to solve an alternate universe mystery. Netflix When we first meet the wounded heroine Prairie (Brit Marling) in season one of Netflix’s sci-fi series The OA, we see what happens when a mad scientist named Hap (Jason Isaacs) kidnaps people and use them for dangerous experiments to test the boundaries of life and death.By the end of the first season, we’re left wondering if Prairie (who renames herself OA — which stands for Original Angel) and her fellow captors ever really figured out how to transport themselves to other dimensions.Or if it was all a fictional adventure she made up to cope with being tortured for seven years. 50 Photos Tags Share your voice “We think of Part II as very much a noir,” The OA co-creator Zal Batmanglij told Entertainment Weekly on Wednesday. “We wanted to come in through the character of a cynical detective. That’s why we thought, ‘What better place than San Francisco and the tech world to set a noir today?'”The returning cast includes Jason Isaacs, Emory Cohen and the late actor Scott Wilson (The Walking Dead), who played Prairie’s adoptive father in season 1. Wilson filmed his role for The OA Part II before dying from leukemia last October.The OA Part II premieres on Netflix on March 22. Now with The OA Part II, we see Prairie/OA again but as an alternate-universe version of herself as a wealthy Russian heiress who lives in San Francisco. This version of her was never kidnapped or experimented on.In the new trailer for The OA Part II posted on Wednesday, we see OA team up with PI Karim Washington (Kingsley Ben-Adir), who is looking for a missing teen named Michelle Vu. OA and Washington find themselves drawn to a house in San Francisco’s wealthy Nob Hill neighborhood that’s connected to the disappearance of several other teenagers.  0 More Netflix showslast_img read more

Local Leaders Support State Funding For Grand Parkway Upcoming Affordable LGBTQ Senior

first_img Share Tuesday, August 6, 2019Top afternoon stories:Gail Delaughter/Houston Public MediaThis 2015 file photo shows a construction zone at the intersection of the Grand Parkway and the Hardy Toll Road.Local Leaders Support State Funding For Grand ParkwayAfter years in the planning stages, the Texas Transportation Commission is now thinking about removing part of the Grand Parkway from its 10-year funding plan, known as the Unified Transportation Program.The proposed section they’re considering defunding is the part that would run from I-69 near Sugar Land to I-45 at League City.Local leaders planned to speak at a Tuesday public hearing about their need for the Grand Parkway, especially as the region’s population grows. One of those signed up to speak is John Baumgartner, City Manager for League City. “The Grand Parkway has been part of the planning process as a toll facility for a number of years,” said Baumgartner.Friendswood State Senator Larry Taylor posted on social media that he’s been working with the commission and feels confident the roadway will be funded. The Houston-Galveston Area Council’s Transportation Policy Council has also passed a resolution asking that the project be kept in the Unified Transportation Program.Catherine Fusillo/ Houston Public MediaThe Montrose Center broke ground on a new LGBTQ-affirming senior living center.Upcoming Affordable LGBTQ-Affirming Senior Living CenterThe Montrose Center broke ground Tuesday on a new senior living center aimed at low-income LGBTQ residents in Houston’s Third Ward. The project, founded in part by former Houston Mayor Annise Parker, is open to seniors 62 years old and over. Parker says that she was inspired to get involved in the project when she visited a similar center in Los Angeles.The Montrose Center also said in a press release that they hope the center will “support seniors, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation.”The project has been funded in part by $5 million that was raised from the community, and the lot that the facility will be built on was donated by the Midtown Redevelopment Authority.Erin Tobz via TwitterOn August 3, 2019, two Galveston Police officers led Donald Neely by rope after arresting him for alleged trespassing.Backlash Against Galveston Police Over Arrestee Led By RopeGalveston’s police chief is apologizing after two of his officers, mounted on horseback, led a handcuffed suspect by a rope through downtown streets.Photos of the Saturday incident went viral on social media. The two officers linked the rope to handcuffs worn by 43-year-old Donald Neely, who was being detained for criminal trespass and led him around the block to a mounted patrol staging area.In a statement sent out on Monday, Police Chief Vernon Hale said “this is a trained technique and best practice in some scenarios,” such as with crowd control. However, he said he believes his officers “showed poor judgment in this instance and could have waited for a transport unit at the location of arrest.”He said his department has “immediately changed the policy” to prevent use of the technique.Houston Police Dept. via APDerion Vence.New Charge Against Derion Vence In Maleah Davis CaseHarris County prosecutors have filed a more serious charge against Derion Vence in the case of Maleah Davis’ death. The 4-year-old girl was reported missing in May and was later found dead in Arkansas.Vence, ex fiancee of Davis’ mother, has been charged with causing serious bodily injury to a child. The count against Vence carries a potential life sentence. He is scheduled to appear in court on the new charge on Wednesday.The Harris County District Attorney’s Office said in statement sent out on Monday that “after a review of all of the evidence, including the autopsy results,” prosecutors determined there was enough evidence to charge Vence with the more serious count.District attorney’s office spokesman Dane Schiller said the investigation in the case continues and a potential murder charge against Vence is “not off the table.”last_img read more

Expedite hostel renovation Education Min urges Lohia

first_imgKolkata: State Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Tuesday urged the Vice-Chancellor of Presidency University to take a humanitarian approach and complete the renovation of the Hindu hostel as fast as possible. Chatterjee on Tuesday spoke with V-C Anuradha Lohia and told her to take all possible measures to expedite the renovation work. The minister also enquired of the progress of work and the cause of delay in handing over the hostel.”The work for the Hindu Hostel has been going for a long time and the students have lost patience. So they are resorting to agitation which is affecting the prestige associated with the varsity. If the work could have been completed in time then there would not have been such an agitation,” Chatterjee said.Lohia on Monday had sought another four to five months from the students in handing over the hostel. She had claimed that the state Public Works Department (PWD) has not been able to complete the renovation work in time, causing the delay. The V-C had earlier promised to open the Hindu Hostel for students byJuly 15.last_img read more

Document Service Compliance The Importance of Being Vigilant

first_img Share in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News July 4, 2017 556 Views One area that is too often neglected when it comes to the vendor due diligence process is the prospective partner’s document signing protocols. There are a number of functions that require third party partners to produce signatures on behalf of their clients. When performing this type of work, accuracy and adherence to client requirements are essential. To deliver that, the firm must have a well-designed and compliant system.The first element of such a system is a well-trained staff. Everyone associated with the process must have very deep training on our industry, its practices, and compliance requirements. Compliance requires that every employee has full knowledge, familiarity, and integrity on each and every document the firm signs on behalf of a client. This knowledge should be imparted through detailed and monitored training, but that’s just the beginning.A well-trained staff will need the aid of efficient systems and technology in order to ensure that every document is signed correctly every time. Such a system of controls must include a signing authority database, frequent internal audits, and physical location controls that determine where employees are located throughout the facility.In regards to training, notaries should be required to attend document review training and document reviewer specialists should likewise be required to attend notary training as well. This cross-training will ensure that all employees, regardless of position, understand what has to happen to ensure compliance.Advanced database technology should be employed to hold detailed client records that will determine what documents company personnel can sign and under what circumstances. Power of attorney and corporate resolutions should also be held in this secure database.Physical location controls should be employed to determine where employees work, as well as their proximity to each other and to notaries. This will allow the company to orchestrate the workflow and ensures that no document that must be notarized can leave the area without being thoroughly completed.If it sounds like the vendor partner should build its company around signing controls instead of adding signing controls to an existing company, that’s correct. Any company who does not do this is not taking compliance seriously enough to mitigate the risks that face today’s financial servicing companies.An easy way to tell how well the company is doing is to ask about their compliance record with the nation’s County Recorder’s Offices. If more than a fraction of one percent of their documents are being returned for compliance errors, one can bet that firm is making other errors that will expose anyone who hires them to significant risk.Another excellent measure of the firm’s ability to meet the needs of its clients is to ask whether any of them are now adopting the partner’s document signing practices in their own companies. It happens.center_img Document Service Compliance: The Importance of Being Vigilant 2017-07-04 Sean Huntlast_img read more

asiaPlaza Premium Groupresponsible business practi

first_imgasiaPlaza Premium Groupresponsible business practices Plaza Premium Group received the ‘Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Award (AREA) 2017′ in Bangkok on 2 June 2017 for executing a sound and effective Corporate Social Responsibility initiative in selected developing countries in 2016/17.Often dubbed the Nobel Prize for Sustainability, AREA is an annual presentation organised by Enterprise Asia since 2008 with the aim of honouring Asian businesses for championing sustainable and responsible business practices, demonstrating companies’ leadership, sincerity and on-going commitment in incorporating responsible and ethical values, compliance, investment in stakeholders, involvement in communities and protection of the environment into the way they run their businesses.The Award to Plaza Premium Group was in the category of ‘Investment in People’, a testament to the Group’s commitment to responsible business practices, illustrated by its year-long CSR Education Programme, in association with The New York Times, through workshops that facilitate access to relevant online resources and English materials including articles, experimental educational features, debates and case studies across ten universities in Cambodia, India and Thailand. The program seeks to enhance the analytical skills of university students in these countries, promote their habit of reading, improve their English level, foster innovative ideas through learning, and enhance their understanding of global issues as our future leaders. Over 20,000 cumulative daily page-view for one institution in Thailand alone were established and about 27,000 sessions of visits[1] across the participating institutions were achieved for the first nine months.IMAGE: Mr. Song Hoi-see, Founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Group (2nd from the left) received Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Award in Bangkok from Tan Sri Dr. Fong Chan Onn, Chairman of Enterprise Asia (left) in recognition of the Group’s CSR initiative in Asia.last_img read more

Airlines offering cheap flights are performing bet

first_imgAirlines offering cheap flights are performing better than traditional airlines, according to new research.Figures from the Official Airline Guide (OAG) reveal that the capacity across low carrier routes has grown by 13 percent this month compared to July last year.Steve Casley, chief operating officer at the OAG, suggests that this is a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy picture across other parts of the airline industry.”While some regions continue to show steady growth, the impact from the current climate in the United States is already contributing to an overall slowdown in the global figures and on the key long-haul routes,” he explained.Intra-European flights also rose above the worldwide average of one per cent growth in July, recording a three percent increase in capacity.Long-haul transatlantic flights, usually one of the stronger performers, also recorded above-average capacity increases of two percent.Meanwhile, easyJet chief executive, Andy Harrison, has told the Times that the stage is set for short-haul carriers offering cheap flights to reap the rewards of increasing long-haul costs.He told the newspaper: “It is going to be a lot more expensive to fly to Miami for winter sun than Italy.” ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedCheap flights carrier wins prestigious awardeasyJet has been voted the best cheap flights airline by readers of Conde Nast Traveller magazine.Air Berlin reports an increase in passenger turnoverAir Berlin has announced a one percent increase in its passenger turnover during 2008.Vueling to introduce additional winter routeVueling to introduce additional winter routelast_img read more

Doctor collaboration helps save boys life

first_imgA collaboration between academic clinicians from the University of Cyprus (UCy) and the Makarios hospital in Nicosia helped save the life of an 11-year-old boy, who is now on the way to recovery.In early April, the boy was admitted to the Makarios hospital with abdominal pain. It was determined that he was suffering from gastrointestinal perforation – a hole in the wall of part of the gastrointestinal tract.Despite two operations, the boy’s clinical condition deteriorated, and the patient had to be kept on life support in the intensive care unit.His parents then reached out to UCy for help. At the same time, Dr Andreas Neofytou, head of Makarios hospital’s paediatric surgery, invited Dr Zacharias Zachariou, professor of paediatric surgery at UCy’s medical school, to attend a medical council to discuss the case.Neofytou requested permission from the ministry of health for Zachariou to perform another operation on the boy.Permission was granted, and Zachariou performed the surgery with Neofytou and other Makarios hospital surgeons assisting.After the complex operation, lasting several hours, the patient was again transferred to the ICU and placed on life support.His condition began to stabilise 10 days later.The boy was discharged from the hospital a few days ago, and is now recovering at home.In a statement, Athanasios Gagatsis, Vice-Rector of Academic Affairs at UCy, congratulated both doctors for their collaboration. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Call for relatives of persons buried at Athalassa to provide DNA

first_imgBy Annette ChrysostomouThe families of missing persons need to provide genetic material to the commission for humanitarian affairs in order to facilitate the identification of the missing, Xenophon Kallis, advisor to commissioner Photos Photiou, said on Tuesday.Efforts are underway to identify all remains located at the site of the Athalassa psychiatric hospital, but there are difficulties because information on the genetic material is not sufficient.“My call is for families to provide information, I am sure there are other families who for their own reasons have not declared [that they have lost family members],” Kallis said.Kallis was speaking at the hospital where he informed Greek and Turkish Cypriot politicians on the progress of the exhumations. The visit took place under the auspices of the Slovak embassy, which has organised such meetings for many years.In July 1974, the Turkish air force bombed the Athalassa psychiatric hospital, killing 32 people, including Turkish Cypriot patients. Of the 32 dead, the bones of 17 people have been identified so far in two different locations. The bones of 11 victims were found in a tomb behind the current morgue at the Nicosia general hospital and the remains of six more in three separate tombs opposite the morgue.Kallis explained that among the dead were three Turkish Cypriot patients, and that the first identifications have been made, among them a Turkish Cypriot patient of the hospital whose family supplied samples of genetic material.He added that the remains of the six people identified in the three separate tombs were transferred to the anthropological laboratory of the Republic of Cyprus in Engomi, and samples were sent to the DNA testing institute.All remains have yielded genetic material, he explained, but corresponding material from the families are needed.There are also investigations underway in how far exhumations can be made in the Paphos area where another bombing, in 1964, killed a number of people.The parties present at the visit read a joint communique, expressing their conviction that the time has come for the two communities to think seriously about the possibility of erecting a memorial of reconciliation in memory of all the victims of the conflict in Cyprus.You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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EW] Write to Casey Quackenbush at casey.VIEW MORERoss McDonnell1 of 18When Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the White House on Monday it will mark the latest in a long line of similar meetings: since the country was founded in 1948 there have been more than 100 visits to the US by its prime ministers and presidents The first took place just days after Israel was established in May 1948 After being elected president May 14 of that year the Zionist leader Chaim Weizmannwho had been in New York City when the news cametraveled to Washington to meet President Harry Truman in Washington Not everyone however was happy about the situation as TIME reported: Dr Chaim Weizmann 73-year-old Jewish leader who was elected President of the Provisional Government of Israel made his first state visit this week to the President of the US Blair House official guest house for visiting foreign dignitaries hung out the blue and white flag of the world’s newest nation For Zionists it was another moment for rejoicing But from one Jewish group came a reminder and a word of warning The small anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism headed by Lessing J Rosenwald art collector and philanthropist pointed out: “The State of Israel is not the state or homeland of ‘the Jewish People’ To Americans of Jewish faith it is a foreign state Our single and exclusive national identity is to the United States American citizens have no right to participate in the political life of the State of Israel except through the proper agencies and procedures of the [US] Government” In other words American Jews are in the same position as Irish-Americans German-Americans etc The country of their allegiance is the USand no other The dispute over the role of Israel in the lives of American Jewsa debate that has yet to be resolveddidn’t put a damper on the celebratory visit Weizmann had what TIME reported was a 25-minute chat with President Truman during which the new head of state “presented 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Kiev ultimately in a losing cause Back in 2009 in Mbour 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Dakar a local talent scout first spotted the boy from the southern region of Senegal known for its farming Mane had come to the capital to compete in the "navetanes" the district championships and he was quickly directed towards Generation Foot a club in Dakar always on the lookout for new talent One man who remembers Mane well is Abdou Diatta Generation Foot’s veteran scout First impressions however were not encouraging "Personally I didn’t think he’d make it with us because he was too shy It was as if he didn’t want to play" remembered Diatta But Mane did not take long to make his mark "When I saw his touch on the ball I said to myself ‘this guy is really a good player’" said Diatta ‘High class’ After two days of trials Diatta said to Jules Boucher the coach at the time: "This one we’ll take him straight away" For Boucher 15 minutes was all it took to be convinced that this "nice and well-educated" youngster had something special to offer "I saw in him qualities of a high-class player in his speed his ability to dribble his intensity and movement" recalled Boucher "Here was a boy who was always hungry" added the former player who also highlighted Mane’s "steely mentality" But despite his evident skill Diatta remembers being troubled by Mane’s reluctance to mingle his preference to train alone rather than with his teammates "One day I went to him and said ‘Sadio you’re a footballer When you’re here put yourself in the group with the group together all the team’" "I told him that ‘if you continue to be shy like this you risk ending up going back home to Casamance because football’s like that You have to be part of the team’" The advice was taken on board After just one week Mane was chatting away to his teammates and was even "more of a talker than the others" Deployed in attack as he is at Liverpool as part of Jurgen Klopp’s speedy forward line alongside Egypt star Mohamed Salah and Brazilian Roberto Firmino Mane excelled and helped earn the club promotion to the second division in 2010-2011 But his days in the Senegal league were numbered as he was soon on the move to French side Metz who had links with Generation Foot His relentless rise slowed on his arrival in Europe with precious little playing time before his career took off again after his transfer to Salzburg and his participation in the London 2012 Olympic Games According to Generation Foot president Mady Toure there was a specific reason behind Mane’s initial problems at Metz "When he arrived at Metz he was hiding an injury (groin) because he wanted to succeed so much" said Toure Despite his spectacular progress Mane has never forgotten his roots sending 300 Liverpool shirts to his home village of Bambali for fans to wear during the Champions League final "He is a very grateful boy he called me up and asks after my family" said Boucher New Delhi: Former finance minister P Chidambaram on Sunday termed 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