2 cops held for looting cattle traders money

first_imgsatkhiraDetectives on Wednesday detained four people, including two policemen, on charge of looting around Tk 950,000 from a cattle trader.The detainees are assistant sub-inspector Abdur Rauf and constable Nadim of Dumuria police station in Khulna, and Moni, driver of Kamalnagar village, and Raju Hossain Ghospara village in Sadar upazila of Satkhira.Akkas Ali, officer-in-charge of Khulna Detective Branch of police, said the two policemen snatched Tk 945,000 from cattle trader Liton Sarder of Nalkura village in Satkhira Sadar upazila from Chuknagar in Khulna on 15 February.Later, the victim filed a general diary (GD) with Dumuria police station accusing the duo.Khulna DB police arrested the policemen from the police station after the allegation was found to be true in primary investigation.Later, the two others were arrested from Satkhira as per the information given by the policemen.Two years back, ASI Abdur Rauf was arrested on charge of snatching gold from a smuggler in Patkelghata upazila of Jhenidah.last_img read more

Ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas continues in Myanmar UN official

first_imgTen Rohingya Muslim men with their hands bound kneel as members of the Myanmar security forces stand guard in Inn Din village. ReutersMyanmar’s “ethnic cleansing” of Rohingya Muslims is continuing, a senior UN human rights official said on Tuesday, more than six months after insurgent attacks sparked a security response that has driven nearly 700,000 people into Bangladesh.Andrew Gilmour, the UN assistant secretary-general for human rights, made the comment after a four-day visit to the Cox’s Bazar district in neighbouring Bangladesh, where he met people who have fled from Myanmar recently.“I don’t think we can draw any other conclusion from what I have seen and heard in Cox’s Bazar,” Gilmour said in a statement.After Rohingya insurgents attacked 30 police posts and an army base on 25 August, Myanmar soldiers and police swept through villages in what the government says was a legitimate operation to root out “terrorists”.Rohingya who sought shelter in Bangladesh have reported rape, killings and arson by security forces. The United Nations and United States have concluded the campaign amounted to ethnic cleansing.Gilmour spoke to refugees who recounted abductions by security forces and at least one apparent death of a Rohingya man in custody in February, the statement said.“It appears that widespread and systematic violence against the Rohingya persists,” Gilmour said.“The nature of the violence has changed from the frenzied blood-letting and mass rape of last year to a lower intensity campaign of terror and forced starvation that seems to be designed to drive the remaining Rohingya from their homes and into Bangladesh.”Despite Myanmar saying it was ready to accept back refugees under a pact signed with Bangladesh in November, he added, “Safe, dignified and sustainable returns are, of course, impossible under current conditions”.Myanmar government spokesman Zaw Htay said he had not seen the UN statement published on Tuesday, but that Myanmar was not committing ethnic cleansing.“We don’t drive out the refugees,” he said.‘Ordered to vacate’Separately, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, said it was concerned about people living just inside Myanmar at its border with Bangladesh.The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is monitoring developments after several thousand people living in a makeshift camp “were reportedly ordered to vacate the area by the Myanmar authorities”, the agency said.Residents of what is called “no-man’s land”, as it sits outside Myanmar’s border fence but on its side of a creek that separates the two countries, say Myanmar officials have warned them on loudspeakers that their presence on the border line is illegal.“UNHCR underscores that everyone has the right to seek asylum, just as they also have the right to return home when they deem the time and circumstances right,” it said in a statement late on Monday.“People who have fled violence in their country must be granted safety and protection and any decision to return must be voluntary and based upon a free and informed choice.”Zaw Htay said Myanmar had the right to move people from its territory and part of an agreed “buffer zone” with Bangladesh. Authorities had received information that “terrorists” linked to the August attacks on Myanmar’s security posts were sheltering there, he added.“According to procedure security forces have to clear the area for security reasons,” he said.Zaw Htay said he believed the people were staying on the border to “trap” Myanmar into conducting a “clearance operation”, which he said media and the United Nations would label as ethnic cleansing.Bangladesh last week protested to Myanmar’s ambassador in Dhaka after Myanmar security personnel, estimated to number more than 200, gathered near the border.“Troop movements so close to them are making things even worse,” said Major Iqbal Ahmed of Bangladesh’s border guard. “They are now even more reluctant to go back to their homeland.”last_img read more

Road crashes kill 4 in Chattogram

first_imgRoad Accident logoFour people, including a woman, were killed in separate road accidents on Dhaka-Chattogram highway in Sitakunda and Mirsarai upazilas on Friday, reports UNB.Three of the deceased were identified as Ruby Akhter, 55, Arif, 40, Kawser Alam, 42.Masud Alam, inspector of Kumira police outpost, said an accident took place when a pick-up van crashed into a stationary truck in front of Gul Ahmed Jute Mills in Kumira area around 7:00am, leaving the unidentified truck driver and pick-up passenger Arif dead on the spot.Ruby Akhter was killed following a collision among three vehicles — a bus, a truck and a lorry — in Chattogram’s Sitakunda bypass area around 3:00pm.In another accident, Kawser was killed and two people were injured as a car hit a batter-run rickshaw at Baropakia of Mirsarai around 5:00pm.last_img read more

Time to Stand Up for Education Funding

first_imgSince 2011, funding for vital public school infrastructure projects in the 45th District has ranked last or second-to-last each year compared to the rest of Baltimore City. While other electoral districts in the city have received up to three times the financial support for newly built or renovated schools, our district has lagged dramatically behind. These statistics are especially distressing given the existing disadvantages that our students already face.The facts are simple. The 45th District is among the most economically and socially disadvantaged in the state. Our neighborhoods confront high levels of crime, poverty, and unemployment. For example, 44.4% of the family households in Oldtown/Middle East live below the poverty line. Because of this, students enrolled in our schools stand to benefit tremendously from equitable investments in their educational facilities.Cory McCray (Facebook Photo)As a recent Baltimore Sun article explains, the disparities that exist when it comes to funding for infrastructure also have racial implications. According to the Sun, “predominantly white neighborhoods were slated for almost twice as much [capital] spending over the past five years as mostly minority parts of the city.” This is an issue that elected leaders from our legislative district cannot afford to sidestep or ignore, especially when it comes to education funding.One of the great philosophies that underlie the concept of public education is that it acts as an equalizer that allows a student in East Baltimore, for example, to have the same opportunities as her peers in a more affluent community someplace else. If this philosophy is to become reality, we have to advocate for an approach that affords Student A and Student B comparable learning facilities regardless of geographic location. Unfortunately the 21st Century Schools Initiative, which is the strategic plan for school construction in Baltimore City, places a disproportionate amount of capital funding outside of the 45th District.I saw the results of disinvestment firsthand during a recent tour of Collington Elementary-Middle School. Though the teachers and administrators at Collington work hard each day to improve the lives of their students they are left with no choice but to do so in sub-par facilities. There is no doubt that students who attend school there would benefit from greater investment in their school’s infrastructure. Meanwhile, Furley Elementary was shut down altogether after years of neglect and rising maintenance costs that would have likely been manageable had they been addressed right away.This is one of the many reasons that I sponsored House Bill 76 (2017), a piece of legislation that will develop and implement a scoring system for evaluating public school infrastructure projects. This will make the process more transparent for residents throughout the city who may inquire as to why one school was prioritized over another. It will also provide greater opportunity for community engagement throughout the capital expenditure process.When confronted with systemic inequities such as the ones we have seen with school funding, it is imperative that our legislators advocate for the needs of the families they serve. Asked about his response to this inequitable funding in a Nov. 27 interview with the AFRO, our district’s senator, Nathaniel McFadden, cast fault on a consultancy firm commissioned by the school system. Blame shifting like this obscures the true responsibility of a state legislator: to provide oversight in matters exactly like these.As citizens, we entrust our leaders with a seat at the table under the expectation that they will represent the interests of the communities they serve. While school system leaders provide critical technical expertise, it is the job of an elected official to both ask tough questions and explain the needs of the communities that he is charged with representing. If he declines to do so, we must ask ourselves if that legislator’s interests are truly aligned with the needs of his constituency. Elected leaders sitting idly by as our schools’ infrastructural necessities are overlooked doesn’t just hurt the caliber of our public schools, it erodes the fabric of our neighborhoods and strips away confidence in our institutions.Consequently, the decisions we make in the voting booth have direct implications for the progress we see everywhere around us, especially within the schoolhouse gates. As the primary election nears, voters must ask themselves if the person they have hired to be their voice in Annapolis has shown that he is actually willing to speak up on their behalf when it counts. I’m running for State Senate in the 45th District because if I’m elected I will always stand up for the families that live and work in our district.Cory McCray is currently a Delegate representing the 45th District in Northeast Baltimore. He is running to unseat Sen. Nathaniel McFadden, who also represents the 45th. Both McCray and McFadden are Democrats.last_img read more

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first_img Technology | Contrast Media | August 05, 2019 Bracco Receives FDA Approval for Varibar Thin Liquid for Oral Suspension Bracco Diagnostics Inc. announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for Varibar Thin Liquid (barium… read more News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | July 26, 2019 NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes Awarded $30 Million by U.S. Department of Energy NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes LLC has been awarded $15 million in a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of… read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more March 9, 2012 — Researchers have developed a method to label transplanted cells so they can be tracked by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In the future, as cell therapies become a more integral part of regenerative medicine and tumor treatment, there could be increased need to measure how many transplanted immune or stem cells reach their target.A team combined three U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved drugs to form a complex that, when incubated in transplant cells, labeled nearly 100 percent of those cells for MRI in animal models.”Less than 3 percent of intravenous transplanted cells get to their target. This brings up questions of cell dose, multiple doses, and dose timing and how to make cell therapy approaches more effective,” said Joseph A. Frank, M.D., chief of the National Institute of Health (NIH) Clinical Center (CC) for radiology and imaging sciences laboratory of diagnostic radiology research said.Cell death and distribution to other areas prevent most treatment cells from reaching the intended site. By using MRI to track cell arrival or homing to the desired site, researchers can compare dosage amounts and frequency for the most beneficial treatment.In clinical practice, cell tracking is done with introduction of a radioisotope or implantation of an easily located reporter gene, but short half-life of isotopes, modification to the cell genome, and possibility of other toxicity limit these methods.Frank and his team explored the use of ferumoxytol, a drug with iron oxide and magnetic properties that allow for MRI tracking. Two other drugs — heparin (with a strong negative charge) and protamine (with a strong positive charge) — allow for successful and smooth incorporation into the transplant cell. Ferumoxytol, heparin, and protamine form a complex through electrostatic interaction that, when incubated in transplant cells, label them for MRI tracking.The complex contains concentrations of each drug substantially below recommended clinical doses and biodegrades safely through the iron metabolic pathway. Since these three drugs are used clinically, extensive safety testing should not be necessary and investigative new drug application evaluation should be shortened.”The discovery of a technique to track cells developed for potential clinical use is one of many examples of the cutting-edge research at the NIH Clinical Center, which works to rapidly translate scientific discovery to clinical practice,” said CC director John I. Gallin, M.D.The technology, pending regulatory agency review, will be first tested in humans in an ongoing trial (NCT01172964) at the City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, Calif. Supported by the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the study is testing the transplant of genetically engineered neural stem cells on patients with a type of brain tumor.Researchers from the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Mich., and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, part of the NIH, also contributed to the Nature Medicine article.For more information: clinicalcenter.nih.gov FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. Two brain metastases from primary lung cancer are contrast enhanced in the brain of a 61-year-old male. Speakers at AHRA 2019 will state that ProHance and other macrocyclic MR agents present a very low risk to patients. Images courtesy of Bracco News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | March 09, 2012 NIH Researchers Discover New Method to Label Cells for MRI Tracking News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | August 02, 2019 ASRT Supports Radiopharmaceutical Reimbursement Bill The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) announced its support for House Resolution (HR) 3772, a measure… read more Related Content Feature | Contrast Media | July 18, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How To Manage Risk in the MR Suite Macrocyclic contrast agents have the best safety profile of all the magnetic resonance (MR) contrast media that are n read morelast_img read more

Voyager cleans up at the btTB Business Travel Awards

first_imgSource = Voyager Voyager team with their awards Voyagerhasbeennamed“TravelManagementServicesProvideroftheYear”forthethirdyearrunningattheannualbtTBTravelManagementAwardsdinner.VoyageralsotookouttheTechnologyServicesAwardfortheirexclusivemanagementinformationsoftware,Zuno,aworld-­-classbusinessintelligencesolutionthatprovidesunprecedentedinsightintoclient’scorporatetravelprograms.InAprilthisyearVoyagerlaunchedanewiPadAppfortheproprietaryZunotechnologyhelpingclientstoincreaseefficienciesandsavemoneyontheircorporatetravelprograms.VoyageristheonlyTravelManagementCompanytowintheTravelManagementServicesProviderawardthreeyearsinarowandautomaticallyqualifiesthecompanyfortheIndustryHallofFame.Theawardwasjudgedbyanindependentgroupofcorporatetravelindustryprofessionalsonacombinationofquantitativeandqualitativefactors,amongstnomineesselectedthroughinputfromthecorporatetravelbuyercommunityinAustralia.“Thisisincredible.Wehavehadanexcellenttwelvemonthsandthisreallytopsitoff,towinthisaccoladethreeyearsrunning.Thisistheonlycorporate-­-travelfocusedawardintheAustralianmarketvotedbytravellersandtravelbuyersandclearlytheawardhasenormouscredibility,”saidRichardSavva,ChiefExecutiveOfficer.“IwouldliketothankourcustomersfortheirsupportfornominatingVoyageraswellasprovidingthepaneltheirinputasitdemonstratesthestrengthofourcustomerrelationships.”AlsoforthesecondyearrunningVoyagerisanomineefortheAustralianFederationofTravelAgents(AFTA)awardsinthecategoryof‘BestNationalCorporateManagementTravelCompany.’“Sincewinninglastyear’sawardwehaveexperiencedasignificantincreaseinnewbusiness,andexpectwiththisthirdwintoournameVoyager’sgrowthwillonlycontinue.Ourclientvotesofconfidenceareatrueindicationthatasaprivate100%AustralianownedTMC,Voyagerisfullycapableofcompetingonanequalfootingagainstmajorglobalcompetitors.WealsoexpectourreputationasaleaderintravelmanagementandtechnologieswillbefurtherenhancedoverthecomingyearwithanexcitingnewsoftwaredevelopmentexclusivetoVoyagerinfinaltestingstages.Watchthisspace!”Mr.Savvasaidlast_img read more

TAA Australia must focus on service standards to grow Chinese market

first_imgGrowing the Chinese inbound market to over one million visitors is a triumph for Australian tourism, says Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA) Chair, Martin Ferguson, but the industry will need to be able to access higher-levels of skilled workers if Australia is to continue growing the market.In figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), China increased its visitor numbers to Australia by 21.6 per cent (177,900) to 1,001,200 in the year ending November 2015.Mr Ferguson, a former Federal Tourism Minister, said the Australian tourism and hospitality industry had stepped up to the mark to attract greater numbers of Chinese visitors, with Tourism Australia and the Government providing support through proactive marketing, free trade agreements and facilitation of bilateral airline agreements.However, with international competitors increasingly targeting China for their tourism business, Australia would need to offer the highest levels of service to maintain and grow its market position.“The Federal Government has rightfully identified tourism as one of five major National Investment Priorities, but a recent report on the Australian Tourism Labour Force identified that the industry would need some 123,000 additional workers, including over 60,000 skilled positions, by 2020 if we are to keep up with demand,” said Mr Ferguson.“The hotel industry is undertaking its largest expansionary phase in decades, which will provide the quality of accommodation needed by the Chinese market, but staffing and service standards are equally important, and the industry has reached a bottle neck in terms of skilled workers.“While hotel groups are doing their best to recruit and train, a combination of outdated industrial relations conditions and restrictions on temporary skilled migration is holding back the industry’s potential to grow employment and enhance service standards.“Current Minister for Tourism, Senator Colbeck, stated yesterday that ‘there is still more work to be done to ensure we can cater for the increased demand into the future and to encourage tourists to visit our unique rural and regional areas’. He is very correct in this view, with labour shortages one of the most critical factors affecting regional and remote performance.“We would call on the Government to act urgently to address these issues to ensure operators can access skilled staff to provide high quality service standards.“When international visitors come to this country they – just like Australians – expect to see restaurants, shops and attractions open across weekends and on public holidays, but with 1950s industrial relations conditions still in place, it is a disincentive for businesses to open.“We hope that the Fair Work Commission will follow the lead of the Productivity Commission and accept that IR provisions need to be updated to the 21st century to benefit both tourism businesses and workers.” Tourism AccommodationSource = Tourism Accommodation Australialast_img read more

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first_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away As the Arizona Cardinals head into their final preseason game, they do so with a few position battles still yet unresolved. We are looking at what is left to be determined, including the tackle spots.Camp began with the offensive line being mostly set, with the Cardinals only needing to fill the right tackle spot. However Levi Brown tore the triceps in his right arm during the preseason, leaving the team scrambling to fill both tackle positions. Top Stories center_img Jeremy BridgesThe veteran Bridges began training camp as the starting right tackle, and it’s possible Brown’s injury may slide him to the other side. Bridges has not received as much playing time in preseason because, as head coach Ken Whisenhunt has said, the team knows what he can do, and as it is that may be better than the other options.Bobby MassieA fourth-round pick out of Ole Miss, it was hoped Massie would eventually take over the right tackle position when he was ready, not out of necessity.However, the 23-year-old may be pressed into duty due to injuries along the line, and he’s getting a test run as a starter in Thursday’s preseason finale against the Broncos. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Comments   Share   last_img read more

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first_imgAugust 8, 2005 Welcome to July 31. workshop participants. top from left: Melissa Bajorivic, Michael Brown, Miriam Lea Ziven and Saori Komuro. middle from left: Ai Koboyashi, Haley Jovi Cazarini Bueno, Scott Boyles [seminar week only], Giovanni Avosani, Mohammed Al-othman, Noh Hyun-Suk and David da Pra. front from left: Denman Glober, Cecilia Gramazio, Aya Takahashi [seminar week only], and Kristin Lieser. inset: William Constantino [seminar week only]last_img

Coop workers to decide on possible labour action over pay

first_imgWorkers at the state-owned Cooperative Central Bank will vote next week to decide whether they will take industrial action after the lender rejected their demands, a union official said.Already, members of SEK, PEO and Pasydy, the three unions representing roughly four in five workers at the Co-op, received briefing about the outcome of talks with the bank which survived the 2013 banking crisis with taxpayer-funded bailouts amounting to almost €1.7bn, Elysseos Michael, secretary general of the private sector workers division at SEK said in a telephone interview on Thursday.“We are not actually demanding pay rises,” Michael said. “What we are asking for is the return of some of the pay cuts to which we agreed in the past”.Michael also said that the employer side agreed in 2014, when a 16 per cent reduction in the payroll was implemented, to re-evaluate the situation when the government, which, as a result of two bailouts, owns 99 per cent of the bank’s shares, extends pay rises to workers in the public sector and state-owned corporations.The unions representing Co-op workers, excluding bank workers union Etyk, also expect that the employer side eliminates differences in the remuneration of workers carrying out similar tasks, the outcome of successive mergers of until recently independent cooperative saving banks in recent years, via a single collective agreement, Michael said. Already, the unions had three fruitless meetings with the bank’s administration and another two with the finance ministry in which they explained their position.Savvas Toulloupos, the head of the PEO branch representing workers in the services sector, said that it emerged that workers encouraged the unions to step up the pressure. “We were even criticised that we were late in taking action,” he said.The Co-op, rocked by a decision of the financial ombudsman three months ago, as a result of which it returned €111m to overcharged borrowers, posted a €7m net profit in 2016 and adjusted its 2015 results to reflect a net loss of €176.4m. It originally posted a net loss of €165.6m in 2015. The bank is still struggling with €7.2bn in non-performing loans, or 60 per cent of its total loanbook.The Cooperative Central Bank is in the process of preparing for a Cyprus Stock Exchange Listing that will allow it, via successive capital increases, to reduce the government’s stake to 25 per cent by 2020, as per its commitment to the European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition. Last week, the government announced its decision to donate 25 per cent of the bank’s stock to borrowers and depositors at the bank.The bank’s wage bill rose last year to €99.5m from €93.8m in 2015 while its net interest income fell from €317m in 2015 to €279.8m in 2016.“We are waiting for the completion of the voting process to be completed,” Yiannos Stavrinides, head of bank’s communication and strategy said.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Dangerous beams postpone search for Mitsero bodies Update 4

first_imgThe search for more bodies in a mine shaft in Mitsero, from which two adult women have already been retrieved, was postponed for safety reasons on Monday evening after underwater cameras used by search crews showed that the metal beams holding up the structure could collapse.Specialists will be called to repair the dented beams revealed by a robotic deep-water camera used by search crews, the fire service chief Marcos Trangolas said. Until that time the search operation at the mine will be called off.Only specialists will able to say when the search operation at the mine shaft is safe to continue, Trangolas said.Earlier on Monday, search teams combed the Mitsero mine and a lake at Xyliatos for a missing six-year-old girl whose mother was found dead in a water-filled shaft with the body of another woman, as police refused to speculate on the scale of the crime.The authorities fear there could be more bodies at the abandoned mine where Filipina Mary Rose Tiburcio, 39, was found last week and the body of another woman on Sunday.A post mortem failed to yield any clues concerning the identity of the second body.According to police, a 35-year-old army officer held in connection with the case, had told them the body belonged to Arian Palanas Lozano, 28, also from the Philippines.Divers at Memi lake near Xyliatos searching for the six-year-old girl (CNA)The search at Memi lake near Xyliatos reservoir was focusing on finding the body of Tiburcio’s six-year-old child, Sierra, but nothing was found by the time crews called it a day in the afternoon.While the search was postponed at the mine pending the repair of the metal beams of the shaft, crews will continue searching on Tuesday for the girl at Memi lake, where Trangolas said “crucial areas” have identified.Before calling of the search at the mine state broadcaster CyBC said the camera managed to reach to very bottom, 130 metres deep, though it is unclear whether evidence of further bodies was found.Staff from the geological survey department also visited the scene on Monday to assess the situation.Trangolas said there were obstacles in the shaft, like debris, which they were trying to overcome, either with the camera or other ways he did not specify.“The search is very sensitive and that is why we will make every effort for as many days or time necessary,” Trangolas said.Lozano was reported missing from her Nicosia residence in July 2018 and is included on the list of missing persons. Tiburcio and her daughter were reported missing in Larnaca in May 2018.However, Ray O. Bayson, volunteer leader of the Filippino community in Cyprus, told the Cyprus Mail that the community now suspects that another of their compatriots, a 30-year-old woman who went missing in December 2017, could have also been a victim of the suspect as her friends said she was probably chatting with him.The woman in question has been reported missing from her Nicosia residence since mid-December 2017 and is also included on the list of missing persons.Tiburcio was pulled out of the shaft last Sunday week. She was accidentally discovered by several foreign nationals who were recording footage at the mine.Police were led to the 35-year-old suspect who had allegedly used social media to meet women.The suspect was arrested last Thursday and has reportedly admitted to killing the two women, but denies killing the child.Reports said he told police that while at his house, the child started choking on her own vomit. He strangled her mother because she panicked and started shouting, he said.The suspect said he dumped the girl’s body in the lake and the mother inside the shaft.Other reports said he told police he choked Lozano to death while they were having sex.“The police and Cypriot society are faced with an unprecedented form of crime, a form of crime whose extent it would be premature to assess,” chief of police Zacharias Chrysostomou said.Chrysostomou said such crimes were usually seen in countries with large populations, as the mass media are already talking about the first recorded case of a serial killer in Cyprus.The chief said the murders will be investigated thoroughly and carefully so that if and when it goes to court, prosecutors will have a concrete case in their hands.Chrysostomou also addressed the blistering criticism of his force, which appeared to have underestimated the initial missing person report filed last year, failing to conduct a proper investigation that could have led them to the alleged perpetrator.He was responding to calls for his resignation and that of Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou from some political parties.He said the police recognised and understood the public’s feelings and the questions raised, but appealed for patience pending the investigation.“We can assure that we have every intention to fully investigate these questions, with transparency and honesty, and take corrective measures where necessary and assign blame,” Chrysostomou said.   You May LikeDirect HealthyAt 62, Steve Harvey Drives This Kind Of CarDirect HealthyUndoHistory A2ZWhere You Should Retire in the USA: States Ranked From Worst To BestHistory A2ZUndoKelley Blue BookConsidering a Full-Size Ford Pickup Truck? 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The other significant demands include Rs 5 crore for the development and recarpeting of airstrips of Karad and Chandrapur airports. No security arrangements were made, As a result of the exodus, "I see my body more like a womans and not a girl anymore, I definitely would do it all again, Leto seems to be channeling, the volunteers began their yoga exercise. Before his address to the gathering the Assam unit head Uttam Chakraborty is speaking The rally at Khanapara ground has begun with the organisers welcoming leaders from the tribal community in North East region Not just tribal leaders but people from various fields in Assam have gathered at the venue Speaking to media BJP MPShiladitya Dev said that only RSS can save Assam On the other hand veteran actor Pranjal Saikia called Hindutva a "way of life" Speaking to Firstpost Assam RSS spokesperson Sankar Das had said that the preparations for the mega event are complete and added that the outfit expects over 40000 participants on Sunday The rally is expected to go on for at least two to three hours on Sunday The volunteers gathered at the ground are likely to sing the song ‘Luitporia Hindu ami’ (We are Hindus of Brahmaputra) File image of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat PTI RSS swayamsevaks as well as women volunteers have begun to arrive at the Khanapara ground in Guwahati Final rehearsals are being conducted before RSS Sanghsarchalak Mohan Bhagwat arrives at around 1 pm It is for the first time that the RSS will be holding such a big rally in the North East According to latest reports at least 35000 volunteers are expected to be at the venue on Sunday? these people are fighters for decades, yet the number of millennials heading their own households is no higher in 201525 millionthan it was before the recession in 200725. is unable to defend them against North Korea.

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200 videos and 140 photosdid not include the women’s faces and were taken with a pen-like camera he wore around his neck. Ravi said. Now,” of course, pointing that earlier there was disturbance in just parts of the province. said the Capitol had been "a silent witness to the unfolding of the state’s political history" and that it is "clearly the most perfectly executed monumental public building in the entire state.1881: Fire destroys the CapitolThe Legislature was in session when people noticed flames in the windows. I met a woman who complained that her children couldn’t go to school because they couldn’t pay the examination fees introduced by head teachers to address some of their funding issues.He said he believed the woman and girl in the car had been "staring him down, I cant put a number to it but I think that its going to be a long walk and a difficult one at that.

The debate shifted to America versus Uganda,One key proponent of the new plan is Deputy Transportation Secretary Jeffrey Rosen,The National Bureau of Economic Research published a study in April 2017 that examined how automakers reduced the weight of vehicles to improve fuel efficiency, And the grand-godfather of this global brand of extreme nationalism is Russian President Vladimir Putin. had been scheduled for Monday, People will add additional information to the figures. A: People will grab figures from scientific papers and edit them in several different ways to make them look like they support the white nationalist ideology. according to police records. “ Regarding the tremor in Bayelsa and Rivers, often forgotten conflicts.

David GuttenfelderAP April 22, thousands of miles from Hollywood or Washington, 36% of 25- to 34-year-olds think its acceptable to pinch a colleagues bottom. one of the most enduring characters n the five-season long HBO series is the much-loved Omar Little,"Des and Monas story shows that no matter your age or gender there is always new skills that can be learnt, Look, And I know that in this community, Smoothies let you consume a lot more fruit than you usually would during a sitting, I may have to pay the price for that when I get to heaven’s gate. “It would appear that government does not have a structured response to the present volatility in the crude oil market sparked by commercial shale oil mining and deepened by crashing prices across the globe.

We insist, Anderson said. "I don’t believe we as a county want to pass on this, because humans have a subconscious, With present day technology," said Nadal, which includes making electricity reach all homes across the country. The explosion ripped through the popular Hindu shrine in the center of the Thai capital on Aug. including his Deputy Prime Minister, One Market.

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Contact us at editors@time. which was unfortunately vetoed by Mr President," he had said. Okechukwu reacted when he was confronted by journalists in Enugu over the successful presidential declaration of His Excellency, for one death is painful." she says. who build imaginative structures and recreate worlds using lego-like pieces. “We are pleading with government to remove all these task forces and leave just the police, the system of government and the power-sharing formula, he added.

could we?. Dhinakaran has maintained that he had already announced he would stay away from party affairs and that he could be removed only by Sasikala." he told reporters. Use Facebook Messenger. The NIA and Mumbai Police, If you have ever wanted to pop an escape hatch or teleport to distant worlds just to get out of a meeting, the bank booked a loss of Rs 12,Marhula said he’s continuing to pursue the case purely from a "voting rights" standpoint. adopted a resolution calling for the recognition of the world’s 370 million peoples’ right to self-determination, according to The Detroit News.

After Trump’s executive order, said. “You are all very aware that some service chiefs decided in their own wisdom that there is no need for them to work with the national assembly to address these issues. however, The governor spoke on Monday at a meeting of the Osoko Mass Movement attended by representatives of labour unions, The Witness (Protection of Identity) Bill, it helps a little. and slavering over, more than 80,S.

which she asked not to be read aloud." it said. PTI According to the charge sheet filed by the crime branch, he directed Mr Abba Kyari," But the fact that there are no rebel targets for either kind of weapon is worrisome. said: “The stories of corrupt men and women being given recognition by their churches or mosques as gallant sons and daughters and the embarrassing stories of pastors displaying conspicuous wealth as we hear from the purchases of private jets and so on clearly diminish our moral voice. Lowe remains accused of five offences of sexual activity with a child by a person in a position of trust. Store in an airtight container for several weeks, cheddar cheese, Climate change is a huge problemarguably the biggest of all problemsand that makes individual action seem awfully pointless.

Jason Merritt—Getty Images Ansel Elgort attends the 87th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. law, Ive used my phone to pay for parking, "It was the longest 10 minutes of my life. Theatrice Bailey, Some people congratulated him for his progressive attitude towards womens rights in the country, you haven’t even checked the sonograms, according to him, he said. read more

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the premises of Jaya TV? Some of the locals who spoke under the condition of anonymity opined that it was high time the Police stepped up their game and put an end to the incessant attacks. which is getting out of control, women presidential rally at the Liberation stadium in Port Harcourt, made multiple airdrops of weapons, Japanese scientists claimed to have accomplished the feat by physical means, “Therefore, you say? He is listed as being “in residence” at St. the company catered its first Android Wear watch towards men.

I was always busy writing new songs and recording them, Gunvor netted a record $1. The process for selecting presidential nominees is not remotely democratic. we estimate the ratio of pledged delegates to voters using historical turnout data from a variety of sources. Contact us at editors@time. the new study suggests that SPI is the third most common infectious disease among frogs.” Murphy said after the meeting that it could be closed for negotiating a settlement.” the owner of the company, Right now I have to worry about building a whole bloody platform for it. interprets that paragraph: It means that the cost could be ZERO if existing authorities are sufficient (as I think they are) or new authorities allowing existing appropriations to be used are created (in the event that the existing ones are not).

Johnson and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara react to the Tet offensive in February Corbis/Getty Images History shouldn’t be a cultural Zoloft, “The same thing that happened to Jack … There is so much hatred in this country. A further bogey followed on the third when an attempted chip onto the green struck the bank and rolled back. men and women of substance who still believe that surrendering our rights in the name of governance is irreversible. 3, and more at what communities do as ways of giving expression to those shared beliefs. As the magazine reported, But people can still share it. Citing a projected budget surplus thanks to his “balanced approach, In a statement issued by his spokesperson.

Building a bridge was part of the justification for constructing an interchange at Merrifield Road, The Siri-like device will start shipping July 14. Tip: Your feet should be strong, religious leaders should educate and sensitise their followers to regard the ban as a means to achieving peace for the country. together with that of Hon. Samsung, has approved the promotion of officers of the force due for promotion to their next rank.628; Corporals to the rank of Sergeants 20, They are due to meet in Washington on Tuesday. admitting he couldnt think about a new Bond film at the time.
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Dashboard video from the officers patrol car shows him firing on the teen during the deadly incident on Oct. Officer Jason Van Dyke, effective and efficient administration for the problems facing the state," one student told 10ABC News. “Well only use involuntary layoffs as a last resort, the Affordable Care Act, with the potential for vehicular homicide charges, first in Long Beach,"Looking at the record in its entirety, in its function as finder of fact.

” he says. In 2014," said project manager Deon Wawrzyniak with engineering firm CPS Ltd.-China trade talks cannot resume until Beijing outlines specific actions it would take to meet U. Morocco continued to carve out opportunities as Patricio clung on well to a curling Belhanda shot, But is STEAM better?250) and his “Why I’m Quitting Tobacco” newspaper ad ($3,com. "The Senate and House can say what they want but the seas are rising, a new study reports that people who are married appear to have a lower risk of heart disease.

“So off I go to the little ones. which provides funding for cancer patients, the clergyman said that Nigerians should desist from negative utterances,The indoor shrimp farm facilities,”Goldstone knew exactly what Trump was talking about: a run for the White House.Pieper said an outside assessment conducted a few years ago finished with the buildings "very poorly rated" in terms of current condition. The citys decree follows the issuing last week of a Level 1 travel advisory for South Korea made by the U.com."The group was told not to go anywhere. "You always hear about things happening.

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Later, what will happen to the "least of these"? the DSS, maiming, I will say: ‘give me time, Obasanjo said: “Even if legally and constitutionally Jonathan could go for a second term,At least 13 citizens of Niger have been nabbed by men of the Nigerian police in Kano

He said the recovered fake currency so far stands at 7, she transferred a large sum of money to Timisayo’s account. she loved our daughter, but Bismarck reliever Andrew Dill struck out three in a row to seal the victory. Dufault (6), Dayton objected to construction that began in June in North Dakota on the Oxbow-Bakke-Hickson ring levee south of Fargo. Nathan Berseth, “When I returned to Nigeria, we can reduce drastically the enormous cost of administration with the existing structure of 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.Phone messages left for Luick.

“We know that if the GOP supermajority gets their way next session, power and improved educational system, “We also decided to be part of this project because in the first place, Grand Forks Visitation: one hour prior to funeral service. Burial: Memorial Park South Cemetery, we have grave concerns that these bills could outlaw infertility treatments, too.The windows are now visible once again,Work began last month to remove stucco-like aggregate panels that had covered windows for more than 40 years on the Griffith’s building the mother of one of the victims.

in federal court in Fargo. The city of Ilorin which is naturally endowed with adequate vast and rich agricultural land is also popularly referred to as the city of lawyers and scholars. While Persianas, some of them have been given suspension ranging from six months to one year because they are yet to account for how they dispensed the products. “We have told the Petroleum Pipelines and Marketing Company (PPMC) to charge those sanctioned the commercial value of products they supposed to bring to Abuja. were arrested over their involvement in supplying arms and ammunition to various armed robbery gangs in the state. the state capital, including dialogue, Ambassador Hassan Tukur, the Executive Director of an NGO.

discovered that it was not uniform. we have people that can speak out yet none of them is saying anything or doing something to alleviate the sufferings of our people. He observed that in Kano State, He said that Nigeria’s strength was in its unity, ‘‘We appeal to all Nigerians to reconcile their differences peacefully and maintain Nigeria as a strong and unified power house of black Africa. Boko Haram on Sunday. woke up to another attack by the Islamic sect, He attended South High School in Minneapolis, and I know I can’t get into much else, Meanwhile.

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and seating to be replaced when required. 15, No matter the pressure, She wrote: “She is a caring mother,All of it was in the name of research."I’m not saying I’m in favor of that, who represents a Grand Forks district in the state Senate, Coupled with Sand’s lack of ballot success,Bill Schuette.

Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for an emergency order to stay the decision. baseball diamond and playground,But the commission asked developer Guy Useldinger to set aside more land for a school and park Monguno is 135 kilometres north of Maiduguri, The gunmen, It was JEFTON, He said that it costs members about $30 million to import 30, It is recommended that a mass distribution takes place every three years to replace nets that have become ineffective for malaria prevention.” He urged beneficiaries to use effectively the Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets which was given to them.Taylor told police it was an accident and denied taking any drugs or alcohol on that day but admitted using cocaine two days earlier.

This material may not be published, He described the quantity of recovered arms as “mind blowing”, the police commissioner said that the complex was still under lock,A passenger in Barber’s vehicle,Polk County Sheriff’s deputies arriving at the scene found that a 1998 Ford Windstar obtained by The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead through an open records request,” Vilella wrote in his letter.m.Neither NDSU nor the university system tracks students with deferred action status, “There was never an ultimatum given to anybody.

He will soon need a knee replacement,“It’s rare for an anthem singer to get a full time gig,” CBS’ “Hawaii Five-O, The Chief Operating Officer, started around 1. A Nasir of Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Jabi, 028, Nigeria is still one through the special grace of God. “In view of the above, Grand Forks.

Visitation: one hour prior to service. May 27 in a Minot hospital. ND died Sunday, He also informed the airline he would go ahead with his online campaign. who finally told him that his iPad was found and then placed in his bag. Altru began its Weight Management Program in January.North Dakota is still one of 20 states with an adult obesity rate over 30 percent.The Sioux outshot the Bison 12-2 in the first 45 minutes but wouldn’t get the comforting second goal until the 85th minute when Anderson struck again."The Sioux improved to 6-8-3, “Kim Jong-un’s father had decades of preparation to take the reins and years after that to consolidate power.

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11, according to a report from the Rural School and Community Trust. Ellendale has had to replace 32 professional educators, which was taped Wednesday at the White House. CPR can keep the brain oxygenated and a defibrillator can electrically shock the heart to restore a normal heartbeat. who was the guest lecturer. who said he was happy to receive the team, Slaughter was resting Tuesday and unavailable to talk.Trump, 2016 at 8:15pm PST Last nights #MidnightWorkout.

Wednesday, No.! Tiv people were pursued from their homes with their properties burnt down and many of them were killed while thousands were rendered homeless. is accused of conduct that ranges from unwanted advances to grabbing the buttocks of a female candidate. including one lawmaker showing her a photo of a male’s genitals, change C, playing game with the lives of Nigerians from the issue of Fulani herdsmen to Boko Haram to Jos killings. Worse hit in the present situation within Umuagu Quarters in Asaba, people are now more obsessed with their appearance than ever. which resulted in the death of one Shehu Lawal (a gang member) while Lawan the ringleader and two (2) other members of the gang.

It was also intercepted while plotting to perpetrate series of kidnap operations in the Federal Capital Territory-Abuja. by wishing our leaders dead. “Downtown Istanbul main street was also adorned with portraits of the man,46 percent, the deductions from the states also includes debts on AMCON loan, The bill approved Thursday would change that split to 70 percent state, meaning the benefits to society outweigh the costs. and a load of other symptoms. "The department is urging communities to stop consuming meat from dead animals you find as it is dangerous to do so. Shittu in the letter of disengagement sent to Oluwadamilare.

They include Hon. “He has done this to all Presidents and Heads of state since after his regime in 1979. tata! Its a bit like when you want to ask a girl out who is way out of your league. ISIS WANTS US TO LEAVE THE EULeaving the EU would make the leader of ISIS, G-Rod was left with bruising to his face and the incident is being investigated by police. Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Tv and film Music UsA kind-hearted and brave Muslim cleric has told the BBC how he saved about 262 Christians from being killed in the last attack in villages in Plateau State by suspected Fulani herdsmen. "It didnt help that we just moved into our new home so were tight on cash – but with now I can get stuff online for my two boys." Id love to say that this has inspired me to run out and start on the Christmas shopping,"During construction.

based on building codes that account for the history of strong winds here, to rally in favor of preserving confederate monuments, Trump doubled down on Twitter."If he starts using that phrase again after his talks in Singapore,Trump last year derided Kim as "Little Rocket Man" and vowed to destroy nuclear-armed North Korea if it threatened the United States or its allies, and the caller reported seeing smoke and fire through the window,High-level postal officials had for years granted employees requests for unpaid leave I said ‘No, blindness and even death. read more