Five people have been killed and several others sustained injuries following an accident in the Puttalam area today.The Police said a passenger bus and a three-wheeler met with an accident along the Colombo-Puttalam road at Madurankuliya. According to the Police at least 44 people sustained injuries in the accident. (Colombo Gazette)
The University is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached between the University and CUPE 4207 (Unit 2), which represents ESL co-ordinators.The parties entered mediation on March 8 and reached a tentative agreement in the early hours of March 9.Details will not be released until the tentative agreement has been ratified by the parties.The University and CUPE 4207 (Unit 1) are scheduled to meet in mediation on Friday, March 11. Continue to monitor the Collective Bargaining website for updates.Get The Brock News in your email.
There’s obviously an enormous difference between playing as hot as George has for a month and doing so for an entire season. Still, his transformation could end up being noteworthy for one key reason: It’s the closest thing we’ve seen to a changing of the guard on the Thunder since Westbrook took over after Durant’s departure.For years, Westbrook critics have suggested that he’d give his teams a better chance to win by taking a step back. More often than not, he ignored these voices. And once he had the spotlight to himself, he broke an NBA record for the highest single-season usage rate while also averaging a triple-double over a full season — and that 2016-17 OKC team finished sixth in the West and lost in the first round of the playoffs. Westbrook tried playing more unselfishly last season, though that largely seemed to backfire. But it seems to be working now.In the midst of the worst shooting season2From the standpoint of true shooting percentage. Curiously, his free-throw percentage has also tumbled to a career low. of his career, the 30-year-old Westbrook has eased his foot off the pedal during the team’s surge. He has taken 19.4 shots per contest this season, his fewest since the 2015-16 campaign. And during Oklahoma City’s 12-game hot streak, Westbrook attempted just 17 shots per night. (Prior to that, he was taking a little more than 20 shots per game.)Westbrook still has considerable value. He continues to be a force when he bends defenses, and he’s finishing at the rim more efficiently than ever. His triple-double Monday marked his 10th straight, giving him the longest single-season stretch in NBA history. If he keeps up his current pace, this would be Westbrook’s third consecutive season averaging a triple-double.But make no mistake: George is leading this team. And it’s been that way all year.Because Westbrook missed the start of the season, when he was coming off a late-offseason arthroscopic procedure on his knee, George was the club’s lone workhorse at times to begin the year. That was something he rarely enjoyed last season, when the offense generally saw George, Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony take turns shooting.Somewhat stunningly, at this rate, George is already just 10 games or so away from eclipsing his shot attempt total from last season. His shot chart this season looks essentially the same as last year’s, but the clarity about his role seems to have helped his game immensely. George, perhaps more comfortable with Westbrook and the team now, is playing as if he realizes that it’s generally a good thing for him to take the reins on offense.So is George’s unreal stretch enough to propel him to the top of the MVP race? One factor in his favor is that he’s elite on both ends of the floor. The Thunder rank among the top-3 defenses — despite defensive specialist Andre Roberson not having played a minute all season — largely because of George, who is leading the league in steals and loose balls recovered while ranking second in deflections. George has certainly pieced together a solid defensive player of the year candidacy.But he has two big obstacles in his MVP path. Giannis Antetokounmpo — who averages 27 points, nearly 13 boards and 6 assists per game while playing great defense — has powered the Bucks to the NBA’s best record. And while offensive juggernaut James Harden is often seen as a defensive lightweight, his metrics — 2.2 steals per game and a league-leading 209 deflections — compare favorably with George’s.But George may care more about his team’s fortunes than his individual accolades. FiveThirtyEight’s projection model views Oklahoma City as a legitimate challenger to the Warriors in the West. While Golden State is still a massive favorite, the projections show considerable respect to the Thunder, giving them an 11 percent probability to win the NBA championship — a figure that’s not far off the Raptors and Bucks, despite those two playing in the less competitive Eastern Conference.However you slice it, the fact that Oklahoma City has believers — whether they’re rooted in computer algorithms or actual fans — is a credit to George’s unbelievable play as of late.Check out our latest NBA predictions. If there’s a club that wishes it could fast-forward through the All-Star break, it would be the Oklahoma City Thunder, who are the NBA’s hottest team and are winners of 11 of their past 12 contests.Russell Westbrook is in the middle of a historic triple-double run. The team, which couldn’t hit a 3-point shot for the first month of the season, now can’t miss from outside — and has put itself firmly in contention for a top-two seed in the loaded Western Conference.But the biggest development of late has been Paul George playing the best basketball of his life, morphing from a trusty sidekick into the Thunder’s 2013-14 MVP version of Kevin Durant.That isn’t an exaggeration. Durant racked up 40.8 points, 9.4 boards and 7 assists per 100 possessions on a lofty 63.5 true shooting percentage during his dominant campaign. Since Jan. 17, George has logged 41.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and 5.8 assists per 100 possessions on 67.9 true shooting, boasting better assist-to-turnover and steals rates than Durant had in 2013-14.1According to Basketball-Reference.com’s Game Score metric, which calculates how well someone played by analyzing his entire stat line each night, George has averaged a 29.1 Game Score during this recent hot streak. By comparison, Durant’s average Game Score during his MVP season was 24.9.
Ohio State redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop attempts to drive on Penn State junior forward Josh Reaves in the first half of Ohio State’s game against Penn State on March 2. Penn State won 69-68. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorNEW YORK — Once again, Penn State gave Ohio State a heartbreaking loss in the final seconds.With less than 30 seconds remaining and his team leading by one, redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop turned the ball over while driving to give Penn State possession. The Nittany Lions slowly worked their way up the court, milking the clock until sophomore guard Tony Carr found wide-open junior guard Josh Reaves under the basket, who dunked to give Penn State a 69-68 lead with 3.1 seconds remaining. Junior guard C.J. Jackson took one last shot with less than a second to go, but it was well off the mark and seventh-seeded Penn State beat second-seeded Ohio State 69-68 to eliminate the Buckeyes in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament in Madison Square Garden and earn its third win of the season against the Buckeyes. “Give them credit. They made a few more plays,” head coach Chris Holtmann said. “We didn’t guard the last action very well but when you have a guy you’re trying to take account for like Carr that happens.”Bates-Diop took over the game with nearly six minutes left. After rebounding his own shot and scoring to bring the Buckeyes to within three points, he blocked a shot by sophomore guard Tony Carr, snagged the defensive rebound and hit a 3 on the other end to tie the game at 57. Redshirt senior guard Kam Williams and Carr traded 3s after that to keep the game tied at 60. A layup from sophomore forward Andre Wesson put the Buckeyes ahead 64-62 with just under four minutes remaining. Bates-Diop hit a mid-range jumper to give his team a 66-62 lead, but that was followed by a dunk from Penn State’s senior forward Julian Moore. Bates-Diop responded with a layup to bring the score to 68-64 with 1:49 remaining, but his team could not maintain the two-possession lead. An early dunk from Penn State sophomore forward Lamar Stevens spurred a 12-0 Nittany Lion run to go up 12-4 while Ohio State went on a five-minute scoring drought with 13:05 left. The Buckeyes had a similar fate and responded with a 16-3 run with 8:15 remaining in the half to bring the score to 20-15 in favor of Ohio State.Both Carr and Bates-Diop finished with 25 points. The Nittany Lions finished the game with 39 rebounds compared to 33 from the Buckeyes. Senior forward Jae’Sean Tate said that the offensive rebounds they gave up in the second half was detrimental to the Buckeyes. “We just gotta be — in the future we’ve got to lock down on the offensive end. I think we did, on the defensive end, we did a great job of making them take tough shots, but we gave them one-on-one chance and that’s where it hurt us,” Tate said.After a devastating end to its Big Ten Tournament play, Ohio State must now look forward and prepare for the NCAA tournament despite the emotions involved with this loss.“They should be angry and disappointed. Not in their effort, I thought their effort was good, but in the result,” Holtmann said.
The voyage was protected by a detachment of Royal Marines and marked the culmination of a top-secret, UN-backed mission to ensure the huge stockpile of mustard gas ingredients amassed by Col Gaddafi did not fall into the hands of Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (Isil).Fighters loyal to Isil, also known as Daesh, seized swathes of the north African country last year, raising fears that the weapons could be plundered and used by the militants. Isil fighters have regularly used the weapons in Iraq. Experts said the Libyan chemicals represented one of the largest stashes of its kind in a rogue state.Col Gaddafi’s chemical weapons were destroyed under international supervision in 2014, however a quantity of precursor chemicals that could be used in the manufacture of weapons remained in the country.Earlier this year, the Libyan Government of National Accord asked for help from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to remove the chemicals and destroy them abroad. Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, a former British Army officer and chemical weapons expert, said: “There’s been a very sophisticated operation going on to remove these chemicals. It’s a very significant day.”A very large amount of chemical weapons are now in the relative safety of coalition ships, where there was a view some time ago that they could fall into the hands of Islamic State.”Libyan officials said the stocks had been stored in the central Jafa area, about 120 miles south of the Isil stronghold of Sirte.The country developed a formidable domestic chemical weapons programme under Col Gaddafi. When he declared his stockpiles as part of his rapprochement with the West in 2004, he admitted having 25 tons of sulfur mustard, 1,400 tons of ingredient chemicals and 3,500 unloaded aerial bombs. 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. There’s been a very sophisticated operation going on to remove these chemicals. It’s a very significant dayHamish de Bretton-Gordon His conventional weapons were looted by rebel factions in the chaos that befell the country after Col Gaddafi was toppled in 2011 by UK-backed rebels, but sources said the chemical weapons stocks had remained intact.Michael Fallon, the Defence Secrtary, said: “RFA Mounts Bay will help ensure chemical weapons precursors do not fall into the hands of extremist groups, including Daesh.“This contribution underlines our support to the Libyan Government of National Accord.”Samples of the chemicals have also been sent for analysis at the top-secret defence laboratories at Porton Down. Islamic State fighters seized swathes of Libya around the coastal city of Sirte last year A Royal Navy ship has helped destroy the last of Col Muammar Gaddafi’s chemical weapon stockpile to ensure it does not fall into the hands of Isil terrorists.RFA Mounts Bay escorted a shipload of chemical weapon ingredients through the Mediterranean from Libya, for destruction in Germany.The 500 tons of chemicals on board a Danish transport vessel represented the last of the former dictator’s reserves.
Ryanair pilots have suspended a one-day strike in the run-up to Christmas after the airline made an historic climbdown in agreeing to recognise unions for the first time in its 33-year history.What’s happened?The Irish carrier on Friday morning said it had written to pilot unions in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal inviting each to begin talks to establish the unions as the official representative bodies for the carrier’s flight crew.This followed an announcement earlier in the week by the airline’s Dublin-based pilots that they intended to strike for 24 hours on December 20 over a dispute about the absence of union representation. Ryanair has long refused to engage with unions, instead only dealing with staff demands and concerns directly, something the airline was legally allowed to do.After a tense stand-off over the weekend, a statement from Impact, the Irish Municipal, Public and Civil Trade union, of which Ialpa (the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association) is a branch, said on Sunday evening that the one-day strike had been “suspended… after company management agreed to recognise the union as the representative of Irish-based pilots”.It added that the union intends to meet with Ryanair on Tuesday. “If the best way to achieve this is to talk to our pilots through a recognised union process, then we are prepared to do so, and we have written today to these unions inviting them to talks to recognise them and calling on them to cancel the threatened industrial action planned for Christmas week.“Recognising unions will be a significant change for Ryanair, but we have delivered radical change before, most recently when we launched Ryanair Labs and our highly successful Always Getting Better customer improvement programme in 2013.“Putting the needs of our customers first, and avoiding disruption to their Christmas flights, is the reason why we will now deal with our pilots through recognised national union structures and we hope and expect that these structures can and will be agreed with our pilots early in the New Year.”Is it going to be a merry Christmas for Ryanair?It just might be. With the strike held off and foundations laid for a more positive relationship with its pilots for the future, the Irish airline could banish the memory of an annus horribilis.Come New Year, the airline will toast the back of a torrid year, in which it had to repeatedly defend its random seating policy before dealing with the fallout of cancelling hundreds of thousands of bookings.What’s more is the airline will celebrate another record year of passengers carried. As of the end of November, Ryanair’s traffic was up 11 per cent on last year to 128.7million, a figure which puts its year’s total at around 140million, 23 million more than last year.What happens if the pilots do strike?Ryanair will be deeply unhappy, but the airline said it will deal with the disruption as and when it arises. What has Ryanair said?Having originally said it would “face down” the industrial action, Ryanair said on Friday it would change its policy of not recognising unions as long as the bodies were exclusively Ryanair pilots, rather than, say, Ryanair and Aer Lingus, as Ialpa was.“Ryanair now calls on these pilot unions to call off the threatened industrial action on [December 20] next so that our customers can look forward to travelling home for Christmas without the threat or worry of pilot strikes hanging over them,” the airline said in a statement.Chief operations officer Peter Bellew, said: “Let’s keep talking. Get people home quietly for Christmas. Union meetings planned next week and January.”Michael O’Leary, the airline’s combative chief executive, said last week: “Christmas flights are very important to our customers and we wish to remove any worry or concern that they may be disrupted by pilot industrial action next week. Why were Ryanair pilots going to strike?It felt like it was still part of the fall-out from the pilot rostering failure earlier in the year, which appeared to test the patience of the some of the carrier’s staff.The ballot by Impact returned a large majority in favour of striking, with the date set as December 20, for a period of 24 hours.The dispute centred on Ryanair pilots’ desire to negotiate terms via the collective European Employee Representative Council – which encompasses staff at all bases – rather than each of the company’s 87 bases agreeing terms separately. Pilots in Italy and Portugal also voted in favour of industrial action.A letter to Ryanair from the Ialpa branch of the union, and seen by Telegraph Travel, said the staff were preparing for industrial action should Ryanair fail to see Ialpa as the representative body for its pilots, commence disciplinary proceedings against any Ialpa members or reduce their pay or change their terms or conditions of employment. Am I entitled to a refund if my flight is cancelled?Yes. Should your flight be cancelled, European Union regulations require airlines to offer you either a full refund of the unused parts of your tickets, or to re-route you to your destination, as soon as possible. It may also allow you to rebook your flights for a later date at no extra cost.Will I get compensation?Airlines are not liable to pay the additional cash compensation set out by EU regulations when they are not directly responsible for the disruption. This might be a grey area should any flights be cancelled and passengers would have to test the letter of the law.What should I do if I am stranded abroad?EU regulations make it clear that, when a flight with an EU airline or from an EU airport is cancelled, an airline is liable to pay for the cost of a hotel and subsistence for all those stranded as a result, until a replacement flight is provided. Should your airline advise you to buy your own food and accommodation, keep all receipts, and keep such costs to a reasonable minimum, before making a claim when you get back to Britain.My flight has been cancelled – can I cancel my accommodation?If you have booked a hotel, a villa or other accommodation independently of your travel arrangements (ie not as part of a package holiday) your contract is directly with the hotel or villa and you are responsible for any cancellation. If you can’t get there, you will have to do your best to persuade them to give you a refund or rebook for a later date – but they are not obliged to do this and you may lose money. Ryanair refuses to engage with the unionsCredit:Getty
PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC illnesses, or those caring for loved ones with rare diseases, are fluent in a different language.They often sound like they have the vocabulary, medical know-how and pharmaceutical savvy of professionals.A certain amount of osmosis from constant hospital trips and doctors visits, fueled by an undeniable necessity.Interviewing two people more familiar with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) than many of us will ever be, they both have to slow down or avoid using shortened medical terms.Indeed, Claire Whelan, mother of two-year-old Mason who lives with the chronic illness, can list off his morning medication routine like its the Times Two Tables.Her family – which also features five-year-old daughter Holly and husband Stephen – get up between 6.30am and 7am daily to start Mason’s “nebs” (nebulisers or inhaled antibiotics).The Wexford resident reels off the names of all the meds that her son receives through a feeding tube while he is still on the morning nebulisers.Before Holly even thinks about school, Mason has his first physio session of the day, which includes bouncing on a gym ball and some work on the trampoline.“Anything to loosen up the muchus,” explains Claire, who is just one of hundreds of mums looking after children with the condition in Ireland.There is a quick break for Mason while his big sister is brought to school and then he is back to taking an inhaler and more nebs.By 11am, it’s time to get some food in.Feeding time isn’t always simple though as children with CF do not absorb fats. In fact, that is how Mason was diagnosed.“He was born on 29 November 2011 but within three weeks he had lost weight. When he was born, he weighed 6 pounds and 8 ounces and this fell to 5 pounds and 5 ounces. One doctor described him as ‘wasting’. He wouldn’t have been with us too much longer if he wasn’t diagnosed quickly.Mason was the second baby to be born in Tallaght Hospital to be diagnosed through the newborn screening test introduced in July 2011.“We knew there was something wrong from the very beginning with Mason,” added Claire. “There was no CF in our families. I had a few miscarriages prior to both children. In some ways, the diagnosis was a relief”.Mason’s life has been a” rollercoaster” since day one, according to Claire. “He choked and stopped breathing at 10 days old. He spent nearly the first six months of his life in hospital and since he has been born has been on antibiotics around 80 per cent of the time, due to infection.”His daily routine now consists of six nebulised antibiotics (three in the morning and three in the evening), medication four times a day – morning, afternoon, evening and midnight- and physiotherapy twice a day. He also has a feeding tube and is due to have another operation for a new feeding tube in the coming weeks.Despite all this, his mother describes him as “the happiest child you could come across”.He gets tired sometimes but you wouldn’t think in a million years he has all this going on. He doesn’t let anything phase him.“When he’s not 100 per cent, if he’s finding it hard to breathe or is ‘crackly’, he will get himself up onto the sofa.”Claire has taken a two-year carer’s break from work to look after Mason but her husband Stephen takes over some of the duties when he returns from work at Dunnes Stores.“The doctors show us what to do with the meds but we have to fit it into our routine and make it work for our family. You really don’t think twice about it. I get on with things. If he needs to get his meds outside, he will. If he needs to be fed in Tescos, he will.”This picture was taken to show how the family adapts to Mason’s needs while still performing every day tasks. The PEG feed is circled in the trolley as the mum-of-two gets the weekly shopping in. Like Mason, Amy Whelan (no relation) was cared for by her mother meticulously as she grew up with CF.But now as she meanders her way through college lectures, nights out and career choices, the 20-year-old is learning to take control.“The past few years have been a bit all over the place. Trying to get on the right medications, figure out what I can handle in college. I’m so used to following orders from doctors. I’ve realised now that I can do it my way. I want to sort that out – what suits me.”The young Dublin woman is in her second year of an anthropology degree in NUI Maynooth but is currently mulling over the idea of taking some time out as her health has been poor recently.She explains that she gets anxious about each day when she wakes up, which can be quite usual for those with CF.When you wake up, you’re not sure how you’re going to feel so I get up earlier than others to see how I’m doing. The rest of the day is normally a juggle between going to class and seeing how my energy levels are.“I still don’t know what my boundaries are and I push myself too hard sometimes,” she explains. “I take less medication than others with the condition and I normally only need IVs when I’m really sick and I can do them from home. I’m lucky that my CF is not typical and I don’t suffer with really, really bad lungs.”But that has also led to problems with correction diagnoses and medication.Her hands and legs can swell and her energy levels often fail. The weather – especially the wet – can impact on her lungs badly.“Planning is very difficult when you’re sick,” she adds. “Even when you’re doing good. You never know what is going to come at you.“I’m optimistic but I don’t think too far ahead. But I want to go back to college and get a degree. I love college and I’ve always wanted a degree and a Masters.”Her reality in college has mostly lived up to her hopes.She says less structure actually helps her as she doesn’t have the stress of missing material and having to catch up.I can get the workload independently and it’s not such a big deal if I miss class. That has helped my health a lot.She acknowledges that it is also a change to be away from her mother, her primary carer.“She sees me struggle and it’s not nice for her. It’s a change for me too. She was the one who turned up my IVs when my lungs got worse.”Amy’s twin sister died when she was just three months old. She also suffered with Cystic Fibrosis.“Hers was worse than mine,” says Amy. “She had to get an operation when she was just 24 hours old. Mam and dad were going through the shock of that and I was still sick. They couldn’t stop and think about it for too long.”One of the most challenging aspects of Amy’s college life is explaining her condition countless times to peers, tutors and others.She says it is exhausting having to explain absences, her cough and her lack of energy.“I know it makes such a difference that someone knows what it is. Understands that it is a chronic illness.”That is why her decision to get more involved with Cystic Fibrosis Ireland is to focus on raising awareness.Similarly it is also about passing on information and knowledge for Claire.“We have the highest incidence per population of CF but it is still largely an unknown. I want to help people learn about it. I want to be available for questions and to help in any way I can.“Holly, our five-year-old, has taught her class about it and she knows everything. She calls it 65 Roses as she can’t say Cystic Fibrosis but we try not to hide anything from her. This is our lives. She gets sad sometimes about it all. But Mason is so good, you tend to forget that this is what it is.”“He gives us the strength to battle through and be happy. Every day is like running a marathon for people with CF so I have do anything that I physically can…if that includes sky-dives, boxing, my own marathons or other fundraising campaigns, I will.”Watch more about Mason’s life in this documentary by his aunt, Orlaigh Merrigan.(YouTube: orlaigh merrigan)Cystic Fibrosis Ireland has just launched its One in 1000 appeal which has set a target of recruiting 1,000 women to take part in the Flora Women’s Mini Marathon on 2 June. Money raised will be used for information, support, grant assistance, research and funding of hospital facilities. More information on their website or by phone on LoCall 1890 311 211.Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited chronic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system. About 1,200 children and adults are impacted in Ireland.Read: Updating your friends – while in a comaMore: Deal reached on 10 bed unit for CF patients in Cork University HospitalRelated: Lung transplant patients who had to go to the UK can now stay in Ireland
Les 8 actus science que vous devez connaître ce 18 marsDu venin de crotale contre les bactéries, un morse en pleine sieste et un robot cuisinier licencié, voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 18 mars. – Il y a 53 ans jour pour jour, le cosmonaute Alexeï Leonov devenait le premier homme à réaliser une sortie extravéhiculaire dans l’espace. Dans le cadre de sa mission Voshkod 2, il a passé 12 minutes et 9 secondes hors de son vaisseau. Une opération qui ne s’est pas passée sans encombre mais qui lui a permis de rentrer dans l’histoire. – Le venin de crotale pourrait nous aider à lutter contre les bactéries résistantes. Des chercheurs ont montré qu’un peptide contenu dans la substance a le pouvoir de cibler la surface de certaines bactéries. Il serait alors capable de les tuer sans impacter les cellules saines. – Les récifs coralliens seraient encore plus menacés qu’on ne pensait. Une équipe a mené une étude inédite sur l’impact de l’acidification des océans sur les récifs. Résultat : le phénomène pourrait gravement impacter la croissance des coraux d’ici la fin du siècle si les émissions de CO2 ne sont pas contrôlées. – Imprimer en 3D votre nourriture ça vous tente ? Non ? C’est pourtant ce que sont parvenus à faire des chercheurs japonais. Ils ont créé une technologie capable d’imprimer différents types de plat tels que des sushis. Le petit plus ? L’imprimante donne un aspect pixellisé aux aliments comme s’ils sortaient d’un jeu vidéo rétro. – Les fourmis n’ont pas fini de nous étonner. Une vidéo montre comment des fourmis légionnaires sont capables de former des ponts en utilisant leur corps lorsqu’un vide se présente à elles. Plus fascinant encore, l’étude associée indique que les insectes utilisent des règles simples mais très précises pour former ces structures dynamiques.À lire aussiInfection, gaspillage et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 29 août- Un morse vient de devenir la star de Twitter. Photographié dans la mer de Bering en Alaska, on peut le voir flotter à la surface des eaux glacées ne laissant dépasser que son museau et ses longues dents. Mais que faisait-il exactement ? Repos ou relaxation, on l’ignore mais ça ne l’a pas empêché de conquérir la Toile. – En Californie, un robot vient d’être renvoyé du restaurant fast-food où il travaillait depuis 2017. Nommé Flippy, le robot avait été engagé pour cuire les steaks et augmenter la rapidité de fabrication des burgers. Le problème est que les humains qui travaillaient avec lui n’ont pas réussi à suivre le rythme, mettant un terme à la carrière de Flippy. – Des spécialistes pensent avoir percé le secret de crânes allongés découverts en Bavière. Vieux de 1.500 ans, ces crânes appartiennent tous à des femmes et intriguent depuis longtemps. Grâce à une analyse génétique, une étude a révélé que leurs propriétaires étaient des immigrées sans doute arrivées là pour se marier. Les crânes allongés étaient perçus comme un idéal de beauté dans certaines cultures. Le 18 mars 2018 à 00:15 • Maxime Lambert
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — A trial is under way in Astoria for a Washington state man accused of trying to kill police officers.The Daily Astorian reported that Russian-born Yvegeniy Savinskiy of Washougal is accused of attempted aggravated murder and other charges.He was wounded in 2012 after police went to a motel to investigate a report of weaponry in his room.Officer Joe Symonds testified this week he fired 15 to 20 rounds after Savinskiy aimed a firearm at him.The paper said authorities initially believed Savinskiy fired at the officer, but forensic evidence showed he didn’t.Savinskiy testified Thursday he left his room with an AR-15 in hand intending to show it wasn’t loaded. He said he didn’t know the armed, black-clad people in the parking lot were police.
Nellore: Irrigation Minister Dr P Anil Kumar Yadav said that the ACSR vegetable market in the city would be modernised soon and it will become a role model in the State. He visited the market on Thursday along with officials and interacted with vendors and consumers about the problems being faced by them in the market. The Minister directed the officials to maintain sanitation in the vegetable markets. Interacting with the media, Anil Kumar said that the vegetable market in the city is in dilapidated condition and hence they had decided to modernise it with an advanced technology keeping in view of increasing traffic woes for the consumers. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us He stated that the works would begin after discussing with officials concerned. He explained that measures would be taken for providing amenities for the vendors and the consumers. Further, the Minister visited Burma Shell Gunta and Bodigadithota areas and interacted with local people on their difficulties while inspecting the sanitation conditions in the colonies. Also Read – Saaho movie tickets pricey in Nellore Advertise With Us Later, the Minister visited Barashaheed Dargah and said would take measures for smooth conduct of Roti festival. He offered prayers at the Dargah and asked the officials to complete works through tendering method rather giving on nomination which gives scope for irregularities. Anil inspected the ghat, works of toilets, and hall for the devotees. He asked the officials to ensure quality and hygiene in the hotels run and good sanitation at the time of festival. He said they would invite Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy for witnessing the festival.
Rohingya Camp. File PhotoBangladesh on Monday handed over a fresh list of 25,000 Rohingyas to Myanmar for verification before their repatriation to their place of origin in Rakhine state.Bangladesh has so far handed over names of around 55,000 Rohingyas to the Myanmar authorities.Acting foreign secretary Kamrul Ahsan conveyed it to reporters after a lengthy meeting with a Myanmar delegation led by its foreign affairs permanent secretary Myint Thu, reports news agency UNB.The Myanmar side said they are trying to convince the Rohingyas to return to Myanmar but during their discussions at Rohingya camps, Rohingya representatives smiled when they were requested to return, he said.Kamrul Ahsan said trust deficit remains among Rohingyas.Bangladesh is now hosting over 1.1 million Rohingyas and most of them entered Bangladesh since 25 August 2017.Bangladesh and Myanmar signed the repatriation deal on 23 November 2017.On 16 January 2018 Bangladesh and Myanmar signed a document on “Physical Arrangement”, which was supposed to facilitate the return of Rohingyas to their homeland.The “Physical Arrangement” stipulates that the repatriation will be completed preferably within two years from the start.The first batch of Rohingyas was scheduled to return on 15 November last year but it was halted amid unwillingness of Rohingyas to return for lack of a congenial environment in Rakhine.
It is believed that 3 trucks were involved in the crash on Saturday on Van Reenen’s Pass.The driver of a truck travelling southbound towards Durban allegedly lost control and side-swiped a second truck.It then crashed head-on into a third truck.Read more: Warning: Trucks on fire, complete shutdown of Van Reenen’s Pass, near LadysmithOne of the trucks burst into flames. A man was killed and another injured. It took firefighters and N3TC about an hour to extinguish the fierce flames.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
News | October 16, 2014 VeriTeQ License Multiple Radiation Dose Tracking Patents From NC State University October 16, 2014 — VeriTeQ Corp. announced it has entered an agreement providing an exclusive license of multiple patents from North Carolina State University (NCSU). VeriTeQ will license 24 patents, which are the foundation for its U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared Q Inside SmartMarker and OneDose products for radiation dosimetry.Q Inside SmartMarker (formerly known as DVS SmartMarker) is an implantable radiation sensor for use in breast and prostate cancer patients undergoing photon external beam treatments. It is implanted in, or adjacent to, solid-mass tumors and gathers data on the actual dose of radiation being delivered to the tumor and surrounding normal tissue. Q Inside SmartMarker is intended to be used in the balancing between delivering maximum dose to the tumor while minimizing the impact to healthy tissue. The sensor can confirm the treatment is conforming to the physician’s plan, as even a small deviation from the planned dose can have a significant impact on patient survival rates.VeriTeQ’s OneDose external radiation sensing system is FDA cleared for use in patients being treated with external beam radiation. OneDose is a proprietary, wearable, single-use system that is used to verify radiation oncology doses quickly and conveniently. The OneDose system is comprised of disposable sensors that attach to the patient’s skin using a basic adhesive and a scanner that reads the sensor. VeriTeQ believes OneDose is the only wireless, pre-calibrated, disposable, skin surface sensor that provides instant dose delivery data, which could be fed into patient radiology reports and health records.”Expanding our relationship with NCSU not only helps strengthen our intellectual property portfolio, but, we believe, also better positions us to commercialize these important radiation measurement products through the benefit of a direct relationship with the source of the core science,” said Scott R. Silverman, VeriTeQ’s chairman and CEO. “Our team is highly focused on returning to market Q Inside SmartMarker and One Dose, which were previously used in numerous hospitals in the U.S. to help prevent radiation overdose.”The patents in questions were previously being made available to VeriTeQ through a sublicense agreement. The new, direct agreement with NCSU is effective immediately.For more information: www.veriteqcorp.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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 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 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). 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Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix At the scene of Mohammed’s killing, his wife had angrily accused police of the murder.“It is you policemen who have killed him, we don’t want a post-mortem or any help from you,” Khaniya Said Sagar told police who came to assist her.Khaniya said that her husband had been driving her to the hospital for a checkup after she had a miscarriage two weeks ago.The Muslim Human Rights Forum has called the shooting of Mohammed an “extrajudicial killing” and demanded an “an end to targeted killings and enforced disappearances of terrorism suspects.”But police Commissioner Mathew Iteere said that no police were involved in Mohammed’s death.Keriako Tobiko, Kenya’s Director of Public Prosecutions, has formed a team to investigate the homicide made up of members of the police, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, the Lawyers Society of Kenya and the Independent Policing Oversight Authority.Police had said Mohammed was part of terror cell affiliated to al-Shabab that was planning to bomb Kenyan targets over Christmas. Al-Shabab has vowed to carry out a large-scale attack in Nairobi in retaliation for Kenya sending troops into Somalia to fight the Islamist insurgents. Mohammed was acquitted in 2005 of murder charges for the 2002 bombing of a tourist hotel near Mombasa which killed more than 12 people.He is the fifth alleged Muslim extremist who has been killed or who disappeared in the last four months, according to human rights campaigners. One corpse was found mutilated and the other four men vanished.The killing brought to the surface tensions in Mombasa, a city established centuries ago by Muslim traders from the Arabian peninsula and the Indian subcontinent, now home to hundreds of thousands of people of Arab descent and a large Somali population.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Comments Share Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project How men can have a healthy 2019 Associated PressMOMBASA, Kenya (AP) – A grenade attack wounded four policemen in the latest outbreak of violence in Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa, ending what had seemed to be a lull in violence stemming from the killing on Monday of a radical Islamist preacher, a police officer said late Wednesday.A hand grenade was hurled into a police van carrying several security officials who were patrolling the precincts of Mombasa Pentecostal Church, critically wounding three of them, police officer Kipkemboi Rop said. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Odinga denied the claims. The premier also confirmed that the government will compensate churches and businesses that were looted or burned during the protests.Youths started to erect roadblocks of burning tires Wednesday but were chased away by police using tear gas and batons. Paramilitary and regular police patrolled Majengo on trucks while others carried out door-to-door searches for suspected looters and rioters.Two dozen people arrested on Tuesday in the riots were arraigned in a Mombasa court Wednesday. They were charged with two counts of taking part in an unlawful assembly and taking part in a riot and were to be taken to Shimo la Tewa prison pending a ruling on their bond terms.Hassan Joho, a member of parliament for the Kisauni area, where a grenade was thrown Tuesday into a truck full of security officers going to stop protesters from burning a church, urged his constituents to maintain peace. He said that if paramilitary police known as the General Service Unit, who have a reputation for brutality, are deployed to their area, they won’t discriminate between rioters and those who are not involved in chaos.Two prison guards who were wounded in the grenade attack died Wednesday, said James Kodiany, the Coast regional prisons boss. Another guard died on Tuesday in the grenade attack. A civilian was killed on Monday in the rioting. Sponsored Stories The grenade attack shattered the relative calm that had started to spread over the city on the third day after the killing of Muslim cleric Aboud Rogo Mohammed, who had been sanctioned by the U.S. and U.N. for his alleged support for al-Shabab, an al-Qiada-linked militant group in Somalia. He was shot to death by unidentified gunmen Monday morning as he drove in his car with his family. His wife was wounded in a leg.Businesses reopened Wednesday morning in most parts of Mombasa after youths rioted for two days, angered over the killing of a hardline Muslim cleric.The rioting on Monday and Tuesday had brought this vibrant city, Kenya’s second-biggest, to a near standstill, left four people dead and several churches and businesses damaged, but some businesses had reopened Wednesday.Police reinforcements helped contain attempts by youths from the populous Majengo area to continue with the protests for a third day.Prime Minister Raila Odinga, addressing an interfaith meeting at Nyali Beach in Mombasa, said leaflets were circulating in Mombasa and Nairobi, claiming he was behind the killing. Odinga said the leaflets allege that he went to Israel and hired mercenaries who came to eliminate Mohammed, who was facing several terror-related charges. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top holiday drink recipes
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