Rocket hits outskirts of Israels Eilat resort security

first_imgJERUSALEM- At least one rocket struck the outskirts of Israel’s southern Red Sea resort of Eilat on Monday, a security source told AFP.“At least one rocket was fired at Eilat and they found the remains on the outskirts of the city,” he said, speaking on condition of anonymity, adding the searches were continuing.Neither the police nor the army could confirm rocket fire on the city, although residents had reported hearing several explosions earlier in the evening, a police statement said. The last time the resort city came under attack was in August 2013 when the Israeli army said its Iron Dome anti-missile system had intercepted and destroyed a rocket but did not say where it came from.That attack was claimed by a Gaza-based Salafist group called the Mujahedeen Shura Council, which has previously said its militants in Sinai had staged several rocket attacks on Eilat.Since the ouster of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, Israel’s border with Sinai has seen multiple security incidents, with militants using the lawless peninsula to stage attacks on the Jewish state.The most serious incident was in August 2011, when gunmen infiltrated southern Israel and staged a series of ambushes that killed eight Israelis.last_img read more

Cristiano Ronaldo Makes EUR 230366 for Each Tweet

Miami – Not only is Cristiano Ronaldo one of the most expensive soccer players in the world, he is a sports celebrity loved and followed by millions. And if that is not enough, he is also the athlete charging the most money for each of his publicity posts on his Twitter account.According to Opendorse, a social communication agency, Ronaldo who plays for Real Madrid, ranks 1st as the player making the most euros every time he ‘tweets’ an advertising message on his Twitter profile (@cristiano).A report in published the rankings in which Ronaldo is earning EUR 230,366 for every tweet dedicated to promote a brand or specific product. Several companies around the world are utilizing social media as a means to advertise their products and services. Twitter’s global impact makes it a profitable choice for publicity; hence, companies are using sports celebrities’ images to attract consumers.Amongst the list of athletes are also Neymar from FC Barcelona charging EUR 98,417 per tweet.Outside of soccer and in the number 2 spot is NBA’s star Lebron James from the Cleveland Cavaliers, making EUR 125,638 for each ad post.Ronaldo is also the athlete with the most followers on Twitter nearly 38 million. He appears in the Guinness World Records Book for earning this title.The list of the top 20 athletes charging for publicity tweets is as follows:1- Cristiano Ronaldo2 – Lebron James3- Neymar4- Kevin Durant5- Rafa Nadal6- Kobe Bryant7- Gareth Bale8- Floyd Mayweather9- Serena Williams10- Dwyane Wade11- Tiger Woods /12- Novak Djokovic13- Mahendra Singh Dhoni14- Usain Bolt15- Andy Murray16- Roger Federer17- Manny Pacquiao18- Rory Mcilroy19- Derrick Rose20 Maria Sharapova read more

Korean community donate relief goods for the flood victims

The Korean Businessmen’s Association (KBA) of Sri Lanka donated relief goods worth of about LKR 15 Million to Sri Lanka Police on 2 June 2017, including 5,000 pairs of long boots, 10,000 pairs of rubber gloves, 1,000 pairs of gloves for industrial use and 2,500 soaps. The goods will be distributed to the people affected by the recent floods and landslides as soon as possible. The relief items were sponsored by member companies of the KBA, such as S&S Lanka Gloves Ltd. (S&S) and Carnival World Ltd.Apart from this, one of Korea’s leading companies, SK Engineering and Construction (SK E&C) has made a cash donation of USD 20,000 as relief assistance to the Sri Lankan Embassy in Korea. Mr. Moon Sang Hak, Vice President of Global Business Development of SK E&C, conveyed the Donation for Flood Relief Fund to the Sri Lankan Embassy in Korea on 2 June 2017.  Meanwhile, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) is also expediting the process to deliver humanitarian assistance worth of USD 300,000 (comprising family tents, blankets and tarpaulins) which the Korean Government pledged to provide to Sri Lanka following the disaster. read more

Deadly evening on area roads

Two people are dead after separate crashes in Hamilton and Niagara last night.A motorcyclist was killed as a result of a violent crash with a car on Queenston Road at the Red Hill Valley Parkway around 8:30 pm.The 39-year-old man on a Harley, whose name has not been released, was taken to Hamilton General Hospital where he died of his injuries, while the driver of a Ford Mustang was not hurt.This was the 13th traffic fatality of the year in Hamilton.Earlier, a 76-year-old Welland woman was killed trying to cross a street during the dinner hour.She was struck by a Ford pickup truck on Southworth Street at Dieppe in Welland.The truck was driven by a 51-year-old man, also from Welland, who was not hurt.Police are still investigating both crashes and are asking anyone who might have seen them to contact them.Meanwhile, a 29-year-old man remains in critical condition after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a pick-up truck in Stoney Creek yesterday morning.Police still don’t know what caused that crash on Regional Road 20 at Woodburn, and no charges have been laid. read more

WatchCMHC wants to make it easier for selfemployed Canadians to get a

It is also providing a broader range of documentation options to increase flexibility for satisfying income and employment requirements.The changes, which apply to both transactional and portfolio insurance, will take effect Oct. 1.CMHC chief commercial officer Romy Bowers said self-employed Canadians represent a significant part of the workforce.“These policy changes respond to that reality by making it easier for self-employed borrowers to obtain CMHC mortgage loan insurance and benefit from competitive interest rates,” Bowers said in as statement. Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network files OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is making changes intended to make it easier for the self-employed to qualify for a mortgage.The national housing agency says it’s giving lenders more guidance and flexibility to help self-employed borrowers.Self-employed Canadians may have a harder time qualifying for a mortgage as their incomes may vary or be less predictable.Location, location, location: Why our national housing market is a mythCanada’s housing watchdog pushes for better income checks to catch mortgage fraud‘Market has bottomed out’: Housing prices in Toronto region set to climb again after brief slumpCMHC is providing examples of factors that can be used to support the lender’s decision to lend to borrowers who have been operating their business for less than 24 months, or in the same line of work for less than 24 months.Self-employed Canadians may have a harder time qualifying for a mortgage as their incomes may vary or be less predictable. read more

Haitis death toll from tropical storm hits 1000 and keeps rising UN

Haitian authorities have recorded 1,013 deaths so far and have another 1,200 people listed as missing, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in a statement.UN agencies began distributing food and clean water yesterday at three locations, including 40 tons of food to about 20,000 people. More relief supplies are being sent to the country’s north.OCHA said it is monitoring security closely as the situation around distribution points is tense, but added there have been no reports of violence so far.Gonaïves, a city of about 100,000 inhabitants, remains the focus of relief efforts. At least two areas of the city remain under water and there is still no electricity or functioning landline telephones.The International Committee of the Red Cross/Red Crescent (ICRC), which has begun listing the dead and missing and arranging reunions of separated family members, has reported that many children, either orphaned or abandoned, are wandering alone around Gonaïves.OCHA reported that while the health situation appears to be under control, the risk of epidemics remains. The UN World Health Organization (WHO) delivered 10,000 basic health kits today.Doctors and other medical officials from the Argentinean contingent of peacekeepers from the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), Cuba, the non-governmental organizations Médecins Sans Frontières and Médecins Du Monde and Haiti’s Health Ministry are also contributing to the relief effort.Tropical Storm Jeanne, which struck Haiti and the neighbouring Dominican Republic last weekend, is the latest in a series of deadly hurricanes and tropical storms to strike the Caribbean region this season. read more

Gauge of US economys health rises a steady 01 per cent in

by Paul Wiseman, The Associated Press Posted Jan 23, 2014 8:18 am MDT WASHINGTON – A measure of the economy’s health rose modestly in December, suggesting that growth will remain steady early this year.The Conference Board said Thursday that its index of leading indicators rose 0.1 per cent last month. That’s down from a 1 per cent gain in November, the month after a partial 16-day shutdown of the federal government.The index is designed to signal economic conditions over the next three to six months.The surge in stock prices helped lift the index last month. Worries about upcoming budget battles in Washington could cause businesses and consumers to curb their spending. But Conference Board economist Ken Goldstein said a “better-than-expected holiday season might point to sustained stronger demand and could put the U.S. on a faster growth track in 2014.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Gauge of US economy’s health rises a steady 0.1 per cent in December read more

Paramount Pictures CEO leaving after 12 years

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Brad Grey is leaving the movie studio after 12 years at the helm.In a memo to employees, Grey said his duties end effective immediately but he will help his successor transition into the post. Paramount parent Viacom said they are searching for a new CEO.The move comes after media mogul Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements in December abandoned a proposal that CBS and Viacom reunite after a 10 year split. Viacom had also been considering selling a stake in Paramount but that was called off too.Paramount, which makes the “Star Trek” reboot movie franchise, has been struggling to produce hits. It has a 104-year history with a film library that includes titles from the “Indiana Jones” and “Godfather” series. by The Associated Press Posted Feb 22, 2017 2:51 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 22, 2017 at 3:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Paramount Pictures CEO leaving after 12 years read more

UN launches International Year to spotlight role of family farms in reducing

There are an estimated 500 million family farms – those that rely primarily on family members for labour and management – across the developed and developing world, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). These farms produce the food that feeds billions of people, the agency noted in a news release, adding that in many developing countries, family farms represent up to 80 per cent of all farm holdings. “By choosing to celebrate this year, we recognize that family farmers are leading figures in responding to the double urgency the world faces today: improving food security and preserving the natural resources,” FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva stated at the launch, which was held at UN Headquarters in New York. Speaking on behalf of FAO, which is the lead UN agency for the year, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP), he added that it is encouraging to see that family farming is still the main food provider for billions of children, women and men.“But strangely enough, they are among the world’s most vulnerable populations,” he noted. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a message delivered at the launch by Assistant Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Thomas Gass, said that the year calls for commitments from every stakeholder.“Governments can empower family farmers, especially women and youth, by creating policies conducive to equitable and sustainable rural development. Private investors can ensure accountability and social and environmental responsibility throughout the value chain from farm to fork. Too much food is lost after harvest because small-scale producers aren’t able to store, process and transport their goods.“Agricultural research and extension agencies and the knowledge community can tailor appropriate technologies for family farmers, and family farmers’ organizations, cooperatives and civil society as a whole can strengthen their role in promoting dialogue on this important issue,” he added. “Together, let us use this International Year to reposition family farming as a central tool for sustainable development.”During the launch, special ambassadors were designated for the year, including Ibrahim Coulibaly, President of the National Coordination of Peasant Organizations of Mali; Mirna Cunningham of Nicaragua, former Chair of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues; and Gerd Sonnleitner of Germany, President of the European Farmers Association. read more

Amid wave of protests in Iran UN rights chief urges impartial probe

“I am deeply disturbed by reports that more than 20 people, including an 11-year-old boy, have died and hundreds have been arrested during the recent wave of protests in Iran,” said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, in a separate statement that urged the authorities to investigate all deaths and serious injuries that have occurred so far. He said the Iranian authorities must respect the rights of all demonstrators and detainees, including their right to life, and guarantee their safety and security. Calling for thorough, independent and impartial investigations of all acts of violence that have taken place, the UN rights chief said there must be a concerted effort by the authorities “to ensure that all security forces respond in a manner that is proportionate and strictly necessary, and fully in line with international law.”Mr. Zeid stressed that Iranian citizens who take to the streets to express their discontent have a right to be heard, and that the issues they raise should be resolved through dialogue, with full respect for freedom of expression and the right to peaceful assembly. “It is incumbent on the authorities that their actions do not provoke a downward spiral of violence, as occurred in 2009,” he warned. “The authorities must take all steps to ensure that this does not happen again.”The High Commissioner urged the authorities to release from detention any protestors who have been arbitrarily deprived of their liberty, or penalized in any way, for expressing their views and protesting in a peaceful manner. “Peaceful protests must not be criminalized,” he said. “They are a legitimate part of the democratic process.”Meanwhile, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Wednesday deplored the loss of life in the wave of protests in Iran and said that further violence must be avoided.A statement issued by a UN spokesperson said the Secretary-General is following with concern recent developments in the Islamic Republic of Iran. “He urges respect for the rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression, and that any demonstrations take place in a peaceful manner. Further violence must be avoided,” the statement said. read more

Britains pets enjoying meals fit for a king as organic dog food

The Dumfries House dog show Since 1996, dry and wet dog food manufacturer Judge’s Choice has held the Royal Warrant for the supply of pet food to the Queen.While Judge’s Choice, along with other pet food brands, offers servings of dog food described simply as “lamb” or “chicken and tripe”, Lily’s Kitchen’s offerings include “fishy fish pie with peas”, “an English garden party” and “venison and wild boar terrine”. A spokesman for the company noted that “the market is seeing significant growth in the premium natural pet food market”, saying it was now planning to expand to France, Germany, Italy and Asia.Their experience echoes a country-wide trend, with a study published by Mintel reporting that the total value sales of cat and dog food grew by 13.2 per cent over 2013-18 to an estimated £2.7 billion.“The ongoing premiumisation of pet food has pushed up average prices above inflation, which is expected to continue to prop up value sales going forward,” the report found. Its success reflects a growing trend for British dog owners to treat their pet as one of the family, ensuring they are fed just as carefully as the humans in the house. Henrietta Morrison with her border terrier Lily There was a time when Fido would make do with a bone, some leftovers or – if he was really lucky – a tin of pet food to call his own.But the family dog has developed a taste for the finer things in life, it appears, as Britain’s pets increasingly enjoy food considered fit for a future king.An organic, eco-friendly food firm has been granted a Royal Warrant by the Prince of Wales, as the animals of Clarence House join beloved pets around the country in doggy fine dining.Lily’s Kitchen, which specialises in creating pet food from steamed vegetables and top cuts of meat, was unveiled as the latest proud recipient of a warrant, after the Prince and Duchess of Cornwall used their products to feed rescue dogs Beth and Bluebell for the last five years.After being founded a decade ago in home kitchen, as the owner of border terrier Lily nursed her back to health after illness, the business now boasts a £50m retail brand, with 30 per cent growth in the last year. The Queen with her beloved corgi SusanCredit:Bettman Henrietta Morrison, the company’s founder, said she believed dogs should be considered “part of the family”.“All dogs really deserve proper food, not just the Royal ones,” she said. “We’re absolutely delighted to have that recognition that we’re working to a higher standard”. When Beth and Bluebell were adopted from Battersea Dogs Home by the Duchess of Cornwall, she joked they had “landed on their paws” in their comfortable new lives.  “The humanisation of pet food continues to be a core driver behind NPD (New Product Development), particularly in the snacks and treats segment.“The overarching humanisation trend should support the interest in emerging types of pet food such as high-protein, grain-free and plant-based.”The Royal Family is known its love of dogs, from the Queen’s corgis and dorgis to the Cambridge’s dog Lupo and the Duchess of Sussex’s beagle Guy. Treats include “organic bedtime biscuits”, “eat your greens natural snack bar” and “organic cheese and apple training treats”.Lily’s Kitchen has been providing food to the Royal dogs for five years, applying for a Royal Warrant a year ago and learning this week that they had been successful.The brand is noticeably in line with the Prince’s fundamental beliefs when it comes to food production, extending his penchant for sustainable, organic produce to the family pets. Meghan Markle with her beagle Guy Meghan Markle with her beagle Guy The Queen with her beloved corgi Susan The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with baby Prince George and dog Lupo The Dumfries House dog showCredit:PA Henrietta Morrison with her border terrier Lily The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with baby Prince George and dog Lupo read more

Schools secure Greek ties

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Students from Clarinda Primary and South Oakleigh Secondary College secured their Greek ties through artistic and cultural performances. Both schools joined forces to dance the Zorba, whilst Clarinda students took part in the play The Gingerbread Man and students from South Oakleigh performed The Four Candles. Meny Zapantis from Clarinda Primary and Sophie Stamatelatos from South Oakleigh organised the event and the coming together of these two schools that value their Greek language program. “This was a very emotional night for all staff involved,” Ms Stamatelatos told Neos Kosmos. “Firstly because of the grandparents who attended the night. We owe so much to this first generation of Greeks. They have taught us about hard work, pride, resilience, respect. Furthermore, our students also pulled at our heartstrings. Not only our current students, who wear their ‘Greekness’ with pride, but our new arrivals from Greece. To have both principals, Debbie Locco, Jean Hellerud and assistant principals Helen Koziaris and Karen Mackay support our programs is also very encouraging. We value their support in every way.” Arnie Ioannidis, an English teacher from South Oakleigh College said: “As an English teacher, I recognize the importance of challenging gifted and motivated students. South Oakleigh College offers Enrichment Programs in various subject areas including English, maths and science. We have been given a $100,000 grant to develop a state-of-the-art TV studio that provides another facet to student learning.”last_img read more

Athens school celebrates Australia Day

first_imgStudents at an Athens school celebrated Australia Day this week with sausage rolls, Vegemite sandwiches and lamingtons in a classroom decorated with Australian and Aboriginal flags. The Irene Stroumpas Xantheas Language School in Agios Demetrios, in Athens’ south, hosted an Australia Day event attended by staff, students and their families, along with a representative of the Australian Embassy in Greece. The owner of the school, Irene Stoumpas Xanthes, a Greek Australian originally from Melbourne, says she hosted the event to help her students learn more about Australia. “As a language school owner and teacher, teaching students the culture is as important as the language,” Irene told Neos Kosmos. “My school motto is ‘Language and Beyond’. This year I thought it was imperative and meaningful for my students to learn more things about my home country. That’s why we decided to celebrate Australia Day at my school on the 25th and 26th of January.” Irene Stoumpas Xanthes (C) with two teachers of her language school.To prepare for the event, students at the school, with the help of their teachers, researched information about Australia and prepared various posters about Australian sport, food, the currency, the animals and famous Australians. “We transformed one of our classrooms into an interactive museum. Their work was displayed and the teachers prepared various Australian snacks such as Vegemite sandwiches, sausage rolls and lamingtons for the students to taste.” The two-day event was attended by all 250 students and their parents, along with a representative from the Australian Embassy. “It was a great honour for us when the Australian Embassy in Athens accepted our invitation to visit our school and see the children’s work. Sarah Goodall (deputy head of mission) attended the event representing Ambassador John Griffin, and was amazed at all the work that had been done by the students.” The parents in attendance were all very impressed by their children’s work and labelled the event a big success, while teachers and school-owners from other language schools in Athens also expressed interest in visiting the school’s temporary museum. Irene was also extremely happy with the event, which further reiterated her and her students admiration for Australia. “My students have always loved Australia as there are so many things in my school that are Australian. I have always shared with them stories about my home country. My youngest students, not knowing how far Australia is, have always asked me to organise a school trip to Melbourne. Who knows, maybe one day I will.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Police seize 4M worth of marijuana at SW MiamiDade grow house

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police seized nearly $4 million worth of marijuana in a drug bust in Southwest Miami-Dade.Officials made the discovery at a grow house in the area of Southwest 200th Street and 168th Avenue on May 30.They were executing a search warrant at the property when they found about 200 plants.Police arrested 49-year-old Juan Oliva-Villar and charged him with trafficking.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Millipede trapped in amber for 99 million years gets its moment to

first_img 20 Photos A spider’s erection, and other cool things trapped in amber Tick’s ‘worst day ever’ frozen in amber for 100 million years Tailed spider found in amber will crawl into your nightmares Tags Comments Enlarge ImageThe newly described millipede (Burmanopetalum inexpectatum) stuck in amber. Leif Moritz A tiny millipede stuck in amber has had 99 million years to contemplate its sticky predicament. The itsy insect didn’t live to enjoy its 2019 coming-out party as a scientific curiosity, but the rest of us can marvel at the remarkable specimen.The millipede is trapped in Cretaceous-era amber found in Myanmar. Researchers determined the millipede is the first fossil found from the order Callipodida, but it was strange enough to require a new suborder. It’s now called “Burmanopetalum inexpectatum,” with the latter word meaning “unexpected” in Latin.millipede3dEnlarge ImageThe researchers created this 3D model of the millipede. Leif Moritz The team created a 3D model of the 0.3-inch (8.2-millimeter) millipede to more closely study its anatomy.”With the next-generation micro-computer tomography (micro-CT) and the associated image rendering and processing software, we are now able to reconstruct the whole animal and observe the tiniest morphological traits which are rarely preserved in fossils,” said zoologist Pavel Stoev of the National Museum of Natural History in Bulgaria.Stoev is the lead author of a paper on the millipede published this week in the journal ZooKeys. The Callipodida order of millipedes still exists today, with over 100 species crawling around the planet. This particular fossil was the only one of its order found among over 500 millipede specimens trapped in the same amber deposit.  Paleontologycenter_img Sci-Tech Fossil arthropod expert Greg Edgecombe from the Natural History Museum in London welcomed Burmanopetalum inexpectatum to the club of ancient amber-encased millipedes. “In the past few years, nearly all of the 16 living orders of millipedes have been identified in this 99-million-year-old amber,” Edgecombe said. Congratulations, little millipede, you’re a trailblazing representative for your order. Share your voice 2 Trapped in amberlast_img read more

Jkhand man thrashed on suspicion of being a thief dies

first_imgSeraikela-Kharsawan (J’khand): A 24-year-old man, who was brutally beaten up here last week on suspicion of being a thief, has died, police said Monday. The incident took place on June 18 when Tabrez Ansari was returning along with his two friends from Jamshedpur, around 30 km from here, in neighbouring East Singhbhum district. Some villagers caught them and accused them of stealing a motorcycle at Dhatkidih village in Seraikela-Kharsawan district, police said. Also Read – INX Media scam: HC to hear ED plea of Karti’s CA in Dec Advertise With Us Though Ansari’s friends managed to escape, he was tied to a pole and beaten up with sticks through the night, they said. He was then handed over to police by the villagers, Superintendent of Police Karthik S said. Police said on June 21, Ansari was rushed to the Saraikela Sadar (district) Hospital after he complained of uneasiness. The following day, he was referred to the Tata Main Hospital in Jamshedpur, where he was declared brought dead, they said. Also Read – Stop sale of ‘deadly’ stuff on Amazon, US lawmakers to Bezos Advertise With Us One person was arrested on Sunday in connection with the incident, police said. Ansari’s wife has lodged a complaint in which she has named several people, a police officer said. Asked about a video of the incident in which the mob is purportedly heard forcing Ansari to chant some slogans, Karthik S said a case has been lodged against the accused for inciting “communal sentiments”. “Papu Mandal, has been arrested and an inquiry into the incident is on,” the SP said.last_img read more

India using chilli sprays stun grenades to stop Rohingya Muslims

first_imgIndian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers walk across the open border with Bangladesh to attend a flag meeting in West Bengal, India, 20 June, 2015. Photo: ReutersIndia has stepped up security along its largely porous eastern border with Bangladesh and is using “chilli and stun grenades” to block the entry of Rohingya Muslims fleeing from violence in their homeland of Myanmar, officials said on Friday.Border forces in Hindu-majority India, which wants to deport around 40,000 Rohingya already living in the country, citing security risks, have been authorised to use “rude and crude” methods to stop any infiltration attempts.“We don’t want to cause any serious injury or arrest them, but we won’t tolerate Rohingya on Indian soil,” said a senior official with the Border Security Force (BSF) in New Delhi.“We’re using grenades containing chilli spray to stop hundreds of Rohingyas trying to enter India … the situation is tense,” added the official, who declined to be identified as he was not authorised to speak to media.More than 420,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since 25 Aug, when a coordinated attack by Rohingya insurgents on Myanmar security forces triggered a counteroffensive, killing at least 400 people, mainly militants. The United Nations has called the assault a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing”.Densely populated Bangladesh is struggling to shelter all the refugees desperate for space to set up shacks, sparking worries in India that the influx could spill into its territory.RPS Jaswal, a deputy inspector general of the BSF patrolling a large part of the border in India’s eastern state of West Bengal, said his troops were told to use both chilli grenades and stun grenades to push back the Rohingya.A chilli grenade makes use of a naturally-occurring compound in chilli powder to cause severe irritation and temporarily immobilise its target.Prime minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government is growing increasingly hostile towards the Rohingya in India, with home minister Rajnath Singh calling on Thursday for their deportation as illegal migrants.Seeking to get legal clearance for the deportation plan, the home ministry told the Supreme Court this week it would confidentially provide it with intelligence information showing Rohingya links with Pakistan-based militants.Most of the peaceloving refugees had no link to criminal activity, two Rohingya men protesting against the deportation move told India’s top court on Friday.An official of India’s federal investigations agency said it was seeking help from Muslim religious leaders to step up surveillance of the Rohingya.Police have arrested a suspected al Qaeda member they believe was trying to recruit Rohingya in the country to fight security forces in Myanmar. More than 270 Rohingya have been in Indian jails since 2014.“Our investigations have revealed that Al Qaeda wants to use India and Bangladesh as their base to start a religious war against Myanmar,” said New Delhi police official Pramod Singh Khuswah. “Clearly they are a threat to our security.”last_img read more

31 of Our Favorites From Inktober 2017

first_imgOne of my favorite things about October is getting to see all of my very talented pals participate in Inktober. Inktober is a wonderful time of year where artists all over the world challenge themselves to create a new piece of work every day in October. Originally it was created as a way to help improve skills, develop good habits, promote positive growth in the community. But really all can participate, “Anyone can do InkTober, just pick up a pen and start drawing.”The rules are simple:1) Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want).2) Post it online3) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober20174) RepeatHere are 31 of my favorites from this year!View as: One Page Slides1. Adam Gorham – @AdamTGorhamMr. FreezeWebsite2. Michael Walsh – @Mister_WalshGomez And Morticia AddamsWebsite3. Brian Level – @brian_levelBatmanWebsite4. Joe Mulvey – @JoeMulvDaredevilWebsite5. Lena Shaw – @umetnica”United”Website6. Darren Calvert – @DMACalvertR2-D2Website7. Jorge Fornés – @jfornes74RorschachWebsite8. Becky Cloonan – @beckycloonanGifts for AgronaWebsite9. Elsa Chang – @ElsaSketchJRTWebsite10. Joel Carroll – @joelcarrollVenomWebsite11. Derek Laufman – @laufmanAntmanWebsite12. Mike Luckas – @MikeLuckasElevenWebsite13. Ted Graves – @TedGravesArt”Raccoon Trash God”Website14. Morgan Grobles – @mxmorggo”Binding of Fenrir”Website15. Pauline Adam-Boini – @_LittlePauline_RavenWebsite16. Chris Samnee – @ChrisSamneeDick and BabsWebsite17. Fnn Regensburger – @BurgerKapitanyCatDogWebsite18. Gabby Zapata – @gabbyzapataLydia DeetzWebsite19. Kelly Williams – @TreeBeerdThe VoidWebsite20. Andy W. Clift – @andyWcliftEnterpriseWebsite21. Nick Robles – @ArtofNickRoblesSpace CowboyWebsite22. Sini – @siniartOctiWebsite23. Vicki Sigh – @vickisighWitchy WomanWebsite24. Yoshi Yoshitani – @yoshisquared”Antlers Ii”Website25. Yufei – @KanzakiYufei”Rawr”Website26. Keely Elle – @keely.elleSpooky LassWebsite27. Angela CelesteDeathWebsite28. Jennifer HagerE.T,Website29. Jenn Ravenna – @JennRavenna”Warrior Sisters”Website30. Michael Dashow – @mdashow”Run”Website31. Celiarts – @Celi_arts”The Seer”WebsiteLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Vaccines Market will grow at CAGR of 65 up to

first_imgVaccines, Global Vaccines, Vaccines Market, Vaccines Market Size, Vaccines Industry, Vaccines Market share, Vaccines Sales, Vaccines Industry Analysis, Vaccines Industry Demand, Vaccines Industry Trends, Vaccines Market Analysis, Vaccines Market Data, Vaccines Market Demand, Vaccines Market Forecasts, Vaccines Market growth, Vaccines Market Outlook The 2019-2027 report on Vaccines Market explores the essential factors of Vaccines Industry covering current scenario, market demand information, coverage of active companies and segmentation forecasts.The global vaccines market is expected to reach US$ 64,538.4 Mn in 2027 from US$ 36,998.8 in 2018. The market is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 6.5% from 2019-2027.Request for a sample copy of this report @ major driving factors are rising prevalence of infectious diseases, growing focus on immunization programs, and increasing support for vaccine development are expected to boost the market growth over the years. However, soaring prices of the vaccines and complexity and cost of vaccine manufacturing are likely to pose a negative impact on the market growth. On the other hand, robust pipeline of vaccines is likely to have a positive impact on the growth of the global vaccines market in the coming years. In the current era, there are increasing concerns of spread of infectious diseases with the changing environment. These emerging infectious diseases are a burden on public health but have also an impact on global economies. The new diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, dengue have attracted a huge concern for the government of the respective countries. There is also resurgence of diseases which seemed to be under control such as malaria, cholera and many more. According to the Centers for Disease control and Prevention in 2015, 16.8 million people in the US visited hospitals due to infectious and parasitic diseases. In Africa, chronic viral hepatitis affects around 70 million Africans (60 million with Hepatitis B and 10 million with Hepatitis C). The disease impacts the most important part of the African population i.e. youths and earning African population which are causing tremendous rise in financial debts incurred for the treatment of advanced liver diseases and emotional distress. Thus the growing global prevalence of infectious diseases are expected to encourage the leading market players for the development of new and effective drugs and vaccines.The vaccines market by technology is segmented into Recombinant vaccines, Conjugate Vaccines, Live Attenuated Vaccines, Inactivated Vaccines, and Toxoid Vaccines. In 2018, the conjugate vaccines segment held a largest market share of 65.1% of the vaccines market, By Technology. This segment is also expected to dominate the market in 2027 as they are the most effective forms of immunization, used to prevent diseases in both infants and adults. Moreover, the similar segment is anticipated to also witness the fastest growth rate of 6.7% during the forecast period, 2019 to 2027 owing to the increasing demand for drugs to treat the disease.The global vaccines market on the patient type is segmented into pediatric patients and adult patients. In 2018, the pediatric segment held a largest market share of 70.0% of the vaccines market, by patient type. This segment is also expected to dominate the market in 2027 as external immunization is necessary for the new borns. Moreover, vaccines have helped the children in staying healthy and been successful to save millions of lives for more than 50 years.Some of the major primary and secondary sources for vaccines included in the report are World Health Organization (WHO), European Medical Agency (EMA), Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA), Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), French Scientific Research Centre (FSRC), and others.Request for a Discount Sample @ – MARKET SEGMENTATIONBy TechnologyRecombinant vaccinesConjugate VaccinesLive Attenuated VaccinesInactivated VaccinesToxoid VaccinesBy Disease IndicationDTP (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis)InfluenzaHepatitisRespiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)Other DiseasesBy Route of AdministrationOralInjectableOtherBy Patient TypeAdult PatientsPediatric PatientsBy GeographyNorth AmericaU.S.CanadaMexico EuropeFranceGermanyUKItalySpain Middle East & Africa (MEA)Saudi ArabiaSouth AfricaUAE Company ProfilesPFIZER INCGlaxoSmithKline plc.Merck & Co., Inc.SanofiJohnson & Johnson Services, IncPanacea Biotec LimitedAstellas Pharma Inc.NOVAVAX, INC.VBI Vaccines Inc.Bavarian NordicAccess Full Summery @ of content: INTRODUCTION1.1 SCOPE OF THE STUDY1.2 THE INSIGHT PARTNERS RESEARCH REPORT GUIDANCE1.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION1.3.1 Global Vaccines Market – By Technology1.3.2 Global Vaccines Market – By Disease Indication1.3.3 Global Vaccines Market – By Route of Administration1.3.4 Global Vaccines Market – By Patient Type1.3.5 Global Vaccines Market – By Geography GLOBAL VACCINES MARKET – KEY TAKEAWAYS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY3.1 COVERAGE3.2 SECONDARY RESEARCH3.3 PRIMARY RESEARCHGLOBAL VACCINES MARKET – MARKET LANDSCAPE4.1 OVERVIEW4.2 PEST ANALYSIS4.2.1 North America – PEST Analysis4.2.2 Europe- PEST Analysis4.2.3 Asia Pacific- PEST Analysis4.2.4 Middle East & Africa- PEST Analysis4.2.5 South and Central America – PEST AnalysisAbout Us:Big Market Research has a range of research reports from various publishers across the world. 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first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- Oh, hey Andrew Christian! Instagram: @briannieh1 Instagram: @thegrantluther eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Instagram: @jasper.360 Instagram: Twitter: @guskenworthyRead more from Miami Beach Gay Pride:Gus Kenworthy just crowd surfed at Miami Beach Pride and it was wild Instagram: @woahmikey Instagram: @tommywiles Instagram: @mranthonyblack Instagram: @_r.a.c.h.a.e.l Instagram: @thesupercoops Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Instagram: @matius1302 Instagram: @neil_laverde Instagram: @miamigarin Gus Kenworthy was the Grand Marshall of Miami Beach’s 10th annual Pride Gus Kenworthy joined the 10th annual Pride celebrations in Miami Beach over the weekend – and by the looks of it, he loved every single second!This year looks to have been the biggest, best and most diverse in it’s relatively young 10-year history.Miami Pride’s Richard Herring tells Gay Star News:‘Clearly, our tenth pride was our biggest in history. We’ve had more people attend than ever than before. After being a fun community event we’ve really grown into a spectacle of global proportions.’Last year over 100,000 people attended the festival, held between 12th and 13th street on Ocean Drive.While we were there ourselves to celebrate, partnering with Celebrity Cruises, who sponsor the entire event, we got too carried way watching Gus Kenworthy crowd surfing to snap as many photos as we’d have liked – but, that’s what Instagram is for!We’ve picked out some of our favorite shots from the weekend and brought them here to show just how amazing everyone looked – and how great it was to see so many different people coming out to celebrate together.Enjoy!Instagram: @sirantwan Instagram: @jonnmartin Instagram: @thesupercoops Instagram: @matius1302 Instagram: @anastasiabeverlybillz Instagram: @perezluis_ ‘Pride is so important and Miami does it right. It’s such an honor to be here.’ Instagram: @felixthemua Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Gus Kenworthy just crowd surfed at Miami Beach Pride and it was wildGus Kenworthy is going to be the Democrats’ special guest at galaMiami Beach welcomes LGBT travelers from around the globe all year longRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more