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The Marriott breach compared with past security breakdowns

first_imgNEW YORK — Marriott’s revelation that as many as 500 million guests may have been affected by a data breach at Starwood hotels, which it bought two years ago, ranks among the largest hacks ever. It is not clear if some of those included in the final tally are individuals who were counted during every stay.For comparison, here are some of the worst data breaches in history:—Yahoo, by far, takes the prize for worst data breach, with a 2013 hack affecting 3 billion users.—EBay asked all of its 145 million active users in 2014 to change their passwords as a precautionary measure because of a hack into personal information. The company was not sure how many people were actually affected by the breach.—Equifax suffered a breach in 2017 that affected about 148 million people. It discovered the hack in July of 2017, but didn’t disclose it until September 7.—In 2014, 83 million accounts were compromised at JPMorgan Chase.—Insurer Anthem suffered a hack in 2015 that may have compromised records for nearly 80 million people.—In 2013, Target was attacked by hackers, affecting 41 million people.The Associated Presslast_img read more

Bell asking customers for permission to collect more personal information

first_imgTORONTO — Canada’s largest telecommunications group is getting mixed reviews for its plan to follow the lead of companies like Google and Facebook in collecting massive amounts of information about the activities and preferences of its customers.Bell Canada began asking its customers in December for permission to track everything they do with their home and mobile phones, internet, television, apps or any other services they get through Bell or its affiliates.In return, Bell says it will provide advertising and promotions that are more “tailored” to their needs and preferences.“Tailored marketing means Bell will be able to customize advertising based on participant account information and service usage patterns, similar to the ways that companies like Google and others have been doing for some time,” the company says in recent notices to customers.If given permission, Bell will collect information about its customers’ age, gender, billing addresses, and the specific tablet, television or other devices used to access Bell services.It will also collect the “number of messages sent and received, voice minutes, user data consumption and type of connectivity when downloading or streaming.”“Bell’s marketing partners will not receive the personal information of program participants; we just deliver the offers relevant to the program participants on their behalf,” the company assures customers.Teresa Scassa, who teaches law at the University of Ottawa and holds the Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy, says Bell has done a good job of explaining what it wants to do.But Scassa says Bell customers who opt into Bell’s new program could be giving away commercially valuable personal information with little to no compensation for increased risks to their privacy and security.“Here’s a company that’s taking every shred of personal information about me, from all kinds of activities that I engage in, and they’re monetizing it. What do I get in return? Better ads? Really? That’s it? What about better prices?”Toronto-based consultant Charlie Wilton, whose firm has advised Bell and Rogers in the past, says there’s “tonnes” of evidence that consumers are increasingly aware of how valuable their personal information can be.“I mean, in a perfect world, they would give you discounts or they would give you points or things that consumers would more tangibly want, rather than just the elimination of a pain point — which is what they’re offering right now,” Wilton says.Scassa says there are also privacy and security concerns to consider.At the macro level, Bell’s data security could be breached by hackers. At the micro level, she adds, there’s the potential for family friction if everybody starts getting ads based on one person’s activities.Ads for pornography, birth control or services for victims of abuse could trigger confrontations, for instance.“Some families are open and sharing. Others are fraught with tension and violence,” Scassa says.Wilton says a company in Bell’s position also runs the risk that customers will feel betrayed if their information is leaked or the advertising they receive is inappropriate.In the age of social media, he says, “one leak or one transgression gets amplified a million times.”For its part, Bell spokesman Nathan Gibson notes in an email that its customers aren’t required to opt into its new marketing program and they can opt out later by adjusting their instructions to the company.“Bell is responsible for delivering the advertising we believe would be most relevant to customers who opt in to the program, rather than the random online ads they would receive otherwise,” Gibson says.“Customer information is always protected, enforced by our strict privacy policy and in accordance with all Canadian privacy regulations.”A spokeswoman for the federal privacy commissioner says that it hasn’t received any complaints about Bell’s new program.However, Tobi Cohen noted that Bell withdrew and replaced its earlier Relevant Ads Program for its mobile service after the commission concluded in 2015 that dissatisfied consumers shouldn’t be required to take the initiative to opt out.“Following further consultations and discussions with our office, Bell did make improvements and relaunched the program with opt-in consent in 2016,” Cohen says.She added that the privacy commission hasn’t scrutinized the new “tailored” marketing program but added that the federal privacy law governing private-sector organizations has numerous requirements.Among other things, organizations “need to explain what risks of harm may come to the individual from the collection, use or disclosure of the various information.” Companies in this story: (TSX:BCE)David Paddon, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Ban Kimoon recommends extension of UN office in Central African Republic

7 December 2007Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has recommended that the United Nations office in the Central African Republic (CAR) be extended for another year to help the country consolidate progress and prevent a relapse into conflict. In a letter to the President of the Security Council, Mr. Ban notes that the Government has indicated that it would like the UN Peacebuilding Support Office in the CAR, known as BONUCA, to “continue to assist them in their efforts towards building lasting peace, including by helping the national stakeholders organize an inclusive political dialogue.”Some recent positive developments, facilitated in part by BONUCA, show that the UN peacebuilding efforts in the CAR are “making strides,” writes Mr. Ban, noting in particular that preparations for the national dialogue are progressing, and the round table held in Brussels on 26 October mobilized close to $600 million for the country’s development programmes.But despite progress, concern remains about a number of issues, including sporadic attacks by rebels and criminal gangs and subsequent reprisals by Government forces, as well as the fallout of the Darfur crisis in the border areas with the Sudan, all of which add to the prevailing insecurity in the country and the humanitarian challenges it faces.These factors also undermine efforts to reform the economy and to promote development, both of which are crucial for long-term stabilization of the country, the Secretary-General adds.The support of the international community remains vital to the country’s efforts to remain on the path to peace and development, Mr. Ban writes, recommending that BONUCA’s mandate be extended through the end of 2008, so that it can help national players to organize an inclusive political dialogue and facilitate the mobilization of resources for national reconstruction, development and other priorities.Mr. Ban’s comments echo those in his recent report on BONUCA’s activities, in which he appealed to actors in the CAR to engage in national dialogue to end the cycle of political instability and violence that continues to plague the country. read more

ZRK Vardar say goodbye to six players

← Previous Story THW KIEL: “Find a flat for Miha Zarabec” Next Story → Superb RK PPD Zagreb win in Nasice Brazilian goalie Mayssa Pessoa, backline players Diana Ilina, Sanja Damnjanovic, line player Anja Althaus and wings, Camilla Herem and Tamara Mavsar, ended their part of proffesional careers at ZRK Vardar Skopje with the title of the best team in Macedonia after final against ZRK Vardar second team 54:24.However, these six girls will try to win the Women’s EHF Champions League (Pessoa did it with CSM Bucharest) in some another team as Macedonian champions were stopped at the final of the Women’s EHF Champions League in Budapest against Gyor.PHOTO: ZRK Vardar, Denis Dukovski

Greeks in the Far Orient

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Professor Anastasios Tamis’ book Greeks in the Far Orient explores the plight of a group of 40,000 Greek and Cypriot immigrants who settled in Asia at the end of the 19th century. The book took five years of research and saw the team travel to 12 different countries. Professor Tamis will present his research in Adelaide on Friday 4 November. The book contains a historical account and 480 rare photographs, chronicling the wave of emigration to India, China, Manchuria, Japan, Korea and the Philippines. Professor Tamis has previously written a number of books on the subject of Greeks who migrated to Australia and New Zealand, with the help of access to the legal constitutions of the major settlements in the Australian cities, personal archives, oral testimonies and the published word of Greek settlers. For Greeks in the Far Orient, Professor Tamis was faced with the challenge of limited primary resources and had to travel far and wide to find bits of information. In the book, Professor Tamis and his team follow the Greek migrants’ movements to Asia, and after three generations of settlement in the Far East, their expulsion and expropriation to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, Latin America, Greece and Europe. His painstaking approach involved listening to recordings of interviews and oral history, accessing Greek diplomatic archives by utilising bilingual translators, and translating from Japanese and Chinese governmental archives. The book is available in English, is translated in Greek and is expected to be available in Chinese. Professor Tamis will be presenting ‘Greeks in the Far Orient’ in Adelaide on Friday 4 November.last_img read more

DOT closes popular Seward Highway water spout

first_imgAmid safety concerns, the Alaska Department of Transportation is closing a popular water gathering spot on the Seward Highway.The department says the drainage, at mile 109, is in an area at high risk for rockfall. Shannon McCarthy, with DOT, said the department was already assessing hazards in the area, when an unexpected event made it more unstable at the end of 2018.“The Nov. 30 earthquake happened and it’s really increased the rockfall at this site,” McCarthy said.The drainage at mile 109 on the Seward Highway was blocked off after the Nov. 30 earthquake. Now DOT is working on a permanent closure. (Screenshot of a Google search)McCarthy said after the quake, the department closed off the area with barricades and signs. But this would be a permanent closure, modifying rock to remove access to the water. And, to keep cars from parking on the cliff side of the road.McCarthy said the conversation about safety in the area has been going on for many years. Concerns go beyond rockfall, and include the combination of pedestrians crossing a road with high-speed traffic.“We’ve gotten a lot of complaints from folks who are driving through the area that they’ve had a lot of near misses,” McCarthy said. “There was a crash there several years ago. Someone rear-ended someone that was slowing down at the water pipe. And the person that was hit actually went into the Southbound lane.”This is not an official water source. According to DOT, the water comes from holes drilled in the 1980s to help relieve pressure on the rock. It was members of the public who added pipes to help collect the water.McCarthy says DOT is currently working on a highway safety improvement project. Work will be done on seven areas between milepost 114 and 104, including two around milepost 109.The department is also considering a long-term effort to move the cliff at milepost 109 further away from the highway.last_img read more

Australian Education Fair tomorrow in Vijayawada

first_imgVijayawada: AECC Global would organise an Australian Educational Fair at Fortune Murali Park here on Saturday, according to Vadavalli Chaitanya, State Head of the AECC Global here on Thursday. Chaitanya said students who wish to pursue higher education could participate in the educational fair and meet the representatives of more than 15 universities from Australia (Government Recognised). Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us He said students could walk in with their academics and work experience documents and meet the representatives of the Universities. On the spot assessment for the students would be done and the eligible students would get scholarships, he added. He said that the complete processing would be done by AECC and there was no processing and application fee. For more details, the candidates can call 8978787855. A brochure was released on the occasion.last_img read more

MS Dhoni attends India Cements board meeting leaves executives awestruck

first_imgFile photo of Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni.IANSFormer Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni on Friday attended the board meeting of Chennai-based cement manufacturing company India Cements. The presence of one of the world’s finest cricket captains left the executives of the company awestruck. Dhoni, who is the captain of the city-based IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, holds the position of vice-president marketing.The executives of the company informed the media that this is the first time Dhoni has participated in a board meeting. The meeting was held to review the financial performance of the company for the quarter and half year period ending September 30. The 2011 ODI World Cup winner captain took a keen interest on the company’s outlook and expansion plans for the fiscal year 2018-19.During the earnings presentation, Dhoni said: “I am bullish on India Cements’ growth. We at India Cements will reach 100% capacity utilisation levels next year on the back of rising demand.”It is to be noted that the cement industry is reeling under pressure in south India due to oversupply and sluggish demand. The numbers revealed that for September quarter company operated its plants at 80% of rated capacity.The former captain said that going forward he would spend more time with the company he was playing only one format which is ODI of the three formats of international cricket for the country.The future outlook for the cement industry remains positive in fact the cement demand went up by around 14% this financial year. India Cements has planned for new capacity expansion for a cement factory with annual capacity of 2.4 million tonnes (mt) for a cement factory for a cement factory with annual capacity of 2.4 million tonnes (mt) in Madhya Pradesh with an annual capacity of 2.4 million tonnes (mt) in Madhya Pradesh.”The budget for this is Rs 900-1,000 crore, and we hope to fund it internally.” He further went to add that “Demand will outstrip supply soon,” said India Cements MD N Srinivasan.last_img read more

Govt makes huge reformation in edu sector Nahid

first_imgEducation minister Nurul Islam Nahid. Photo: UNBEducation minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Wednesday claimed that incumbent government, under the leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina, has brought huge ‘reformation’ in the education sector of the country.The minister made the remarks while attending the 12th convocation programme of BRAC University as a representative of the president Abdul Hamid in Khagan area of Biralia union in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka.“People have to come forward with a view to contribute for welfare and sacrifice rather than making profit or business in education sector,” said Nahid.Incumbent government has permitted to set up several new public and private universities to meet the demand of higher education in the country and has taken necessary steps to sustain its quality, he added.University Grants Commission (UGC) chairman professor Abdul Mannan, chairperson of BRAC University board of trustee Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, university’s vice chancellor Syed Saad Andaleeb were also present here.President Md Abdul Hamid is currently in Istanbul of Tukey to attend the Extra-ordinary Summit of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened the summit of the world’s main pan-Islamic body, seeking a coordinated response to the recognition by US president Donald Trump of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.last_img read more

Interstellar Spaceflight Is It Possible

first_imgWith current space travel limited to just a few robotic probes visiting nearby planets, how realistic is it to think about reaching the nearest stars? For the short term, not very – especially when we speak of manned missions. But the long term – 50 or even 100 years – chances are good mankind will have missions, unmanned to start with, traveling to stars in our galactic neighborhood. Image from: http://www.itsf.org/brochure/ramscoop.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Interstellar Spaceflight: Is It Possible? (2005, December 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2005-12-interstellar-spaceflight.html The sail material could be some form of Mylar – both thin and strong. Steering the sail and aiming the huge lasers, however, are not trivial problems. By huge lasers, think 10 gigawatts shining on a 1 kilometer in diameter sail just to send a 16 gram payload to the closest star. The laser must be precisely aimed on target for as long as possible to get the desired velocities. According to its inventor, this light-powered ship could make it to the next star in only ten years.This technology also scales up to allow for larger payloads but laser power levels quickly become gargantuan. To send a 1,000 ton ship with a crew to the same destination would require a 1,000 kilometer sail driven by a 10 million gigawatt laser – ten thousand times more than the power used on all the Earth today.These sails have been tested: On August 9, 2004 Japanese ISAS successfully deployed two prototype solar sails in low Earth orbit. A clover type sail was deployed at 122 km altitude and a fan type sail was deployed at 169 km altitude. Both sails used 7.5 micrometer thick film. They used the force of the sun’s photons as propulsion rather than a large laser.Faster speed could be achieved by fusion motors. Unfortunately, unlike light sails, fusion has yet to be sufficiently well understood to use as a propulsion device. Not for want of billions of dollars in funding to study it, however. Someday soon we may have the ability to control the same reaction that drives our sun. Fusion liberates tremendous energy from a given mass making it ideal for long voyages when fuel weight becomes the critical factor.One interesting idea is the Bussard ramjet first proposed in 1960 by the American physicist RW Bussard. Rather than bring fuel, why not get it from space? Explore further Actually, we already have space craft venturing into interstellar space. Pioneer and Voyager probes, 2 each, have reached the sun’s escape velocity and are now forever outward bound. The fastest, Voyager 1, is traveling at 62,000 kilometers per hour (39,000 mph). Even at that tremendous speed it’s painfully slow when interstellar distances are involved. Voyager 1 would take over 17,000 years to get Proxima Centuari, our nearest neighbor at 4.22 light years distance. With a theoretical speed limit imposed by Einstein’s Theory of Relativity at 1,079,252,848.8 km/h, or the speed of light, even the closest stars are very far away indeed. But if you take in to consideration the rapid pace of technological advancement, things look brighter. The Wright brothers’ first feeble flights advanced to a man on the moon in just 50 years. In less than 100 years, we can travel 1,000 times faster. If this rule holds true for the next hundred years, we will be able to travel to the nearest stars with relative ease.Predicting this future, however, is not easy. We simply lack even the basic theories to travel at above light speed making the engineering of an interstellar drive even further away. There are however, some interesting ideas on the drawing board that are within current theoretical limits.A study by NASA in 1998 identified 3 potential propulsion technologies that might enable exploration beyond our solar system. Antimatter, fusion and light sails.Light sails currently are the most technologically viable of the three. Robert L. Forward, scientist and science fiction writer first proposed them in 1984. The basic idea is to use huge lasers to push an object out of the solar system. Although it sounds strange to think of light pushing an object, photons do exert a very small force over objects they hit. Since the force it small, the object needs to be both large and lightweight – like a sail. It also needs to be reflective as only photons bouncing off an object impart velocity – absorbed photons generate heat. To prevent the heat from building up, the backside of the sail needs to be an effective radiator. Although commonly perceived to be empty, interstellar space has a minuscule amount of hydrogen gas – at a density of about one or two atoms per cubic centimeter. Bussard’s idea is to scoop this gas up using electromagnetic force fields that extend outwards in front of the spacecraft. This field would need to be absolutely gigantic – upwards of 50,000 kilometers in diameter. Shipboard superconducting coils would steer interstellar gas towards the ship compressing it until the density was enough to produce usable fuel. In order to start this collection process the ship would already need substantial velocity – on the order of 3 to 4% light speed.A Bussard ramjet could conceivably achieve a constant 1g acceleration that would allow the pilot to make very long journeys. To an Earthbound observer, such a ship would take hundreds of thousands of years to reach the center of the galaxy. But because of relativistic time dilation, only 20 years would pass for the crew on the ship. Imagine – just 20 years to the center of the galaxy! Of course, technical problems remain such as force field drag, shielding the crew from interstellar radiation and the ability to control fusion reactions.Even farther off technically is the antimatter drive. When matter and antimatter come in to proximity, they annihilate each other releasing even more energy than fusion. A fusion based propulsion unit could generate 100 trillion joules per kilo of fuel – respectable when considering that it would be 10 million times more efficient than chemical rockets. Matter-antimatter reactions, however, dwarf all other reactions. Imagine a drive could generate 20 quadrillion joules per kilo of reaction mass. That’s enough power form one kilo to supply the world’s needs for about 25 minutes.Technical problems include lack of fuel – the world supply is a few dozen nanograms a year, fuel handling – you can easily predict the catastrophic results of an antimatter fuel accident – and reaction control. All these technologies are as far away now as the atomic bomb was to Alfred Nobel – the inventor of TNT. That is to say, not very. We may see the beginnings of an interstellar spaceflight program before the end of the millennium. We will simply need a compelling reason.To contemplate seriously reaching the nearest stars, we need to understand the hurdles involved. First, there is the enormous cost involved in deploying any of the understood technologies. Second, despite UFO enthusiast’s beliefs, there is no hard evidence that we have ever been visited by alien spacefarers. Third, we know we can send radio waves to these destinations without problems.With this in mind, it may simply be too expensive and technically difficult to travel in interstellar space. A better solution has been proposed: why not create an intergalactic Internet? Send small, self-replicating research probes to other stars. Once there, they build copies of themselves and continue to explore outwards, relaying a steady stream of information back to Earth.These self-replicating probes, also known as Von Neumann machines, are named after their inventor, mathematician John Von Neumann (1903-1957). The beauty of this idea is once you manage to construct the first self-replicating machine, the rest is automatic. The probes would expand into space geometrically, spreading rapidly to fill the whole galaxy. Once established, this network could be used for communication and localization of new Earthlike planets to colonize.As of now, building machines that work well unassisted remain a problematic task for even the best scientists if recent unmanned mission failures are any indication. A self-repairing and self-replicating robotic probe seems distant indeed.Travel in interstellar space represents a huge challenge to humankind. For now, it remains in the realm of science fiction – but soon, who knows? We may yet live to see the first missions to nearby stars – that is if the last 100 years of history is any guide.by Chuck Rahls, Copyright 2005 PhysOrg.com Image from: http://www.itsf.org/brochure/solarsail.html Because photons exert a tiny force even over a large area, the sail must be large indeed. However, since space is virtually empty, there is very little drag. This means any imparted velocity is incremental – a tiny push over a long period equals one big push. 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Mortgage Network Recruits Sales Leader for Southeast Region

first_img Share in Headlines, News, Uncategorized October 17, 2014 447 Views Mortgage Network Recruits Sales Leader for Southeast Regioncenter_img Larry Gunnin, a mortgage industry veteran with more than three decades of experience, joined Mortgage Network Inc. as Southeast regional manager, the company announced.Gunnin’s long work history includes extensive experience recruiting loan officers, opening new branches, and generating billions of dollars in annual origination volume for high-performing sales operations.Throughout his career, Gunnin has worked at PennyMac, Academy Mortgage, and PrimeLending, among others. His longest stretch was spent at Countrywide Home Loans, where he led the company’s sales efforts in the South, including the opening of 32 branch offices and management of hundreds of officers, managers, and operations employees. During that time, his region was ranked top in the nation for eight consecutive years.As regional manager for Mortgage Network, he is now responsible for leading the company’s strategic growth in the southern part of the country by opening branches and recruiting professionals in areas where the firm doesn’t currently have a presence.”If you had to pick one person to grow a mortgage company in the southern part of the country, that person would have be Larry Gunnin,” said Brian Koss, EVP of Mortgage Network. “Not only does Larry have the experience, relationships and vision to expand our presence, he knows exactly what makes great teams work. His track record speaks for itself. We’re very fortunate to have him.” Mortgage Network Movers & Shakers 2014-10-17 Tory Barringerlast_img read more

Auditorgeneral defends whistleblowers identity in Opap probe

first_imgTHE private data commissioner has reported the auditor-general to the attorney-general after he refused to provide her with the name of a whistleblower, sparking a war of words between the two independent state institutions.Attorney-general Costas Clerides said Thursday he had received a complaint, which he would examine.Earlier, Irini Loizidou Nicolaidou issued a statement saying she had reported Odysseas Michaelides over his refusal to furnish her with the necessary details in relation with a complaint she was looking into.Nicolaidou said the complaint concerned an individual who claimed his personal data had been illegally obtained and subsequently made public by the auditor-general.The commissioner said she acted in line with the law and proceeded to report the auditor.She stressed that she had no authority to discriminate or change the way she investigated complaints and that her priority was equal treatment of all instances, irrespective of their legal nature.Nicolaidou said personal attacks were unfortunate and did not contribute to the smooth operation of a lawful state.The issue concerns Greece’s betting company Opap and the agreement it made with the state to be permitted to operate in Cyprus.Michaelides has repeatedly stated in the past that the state got a raw deal and as a result, he claims, the government is losing millions a year in potential additional taxes payable by the betting agency.During discussions in parliament early this year, the auditor said there were also suspicious financial data relating to monthly wire transfers made from a bank account held by Opap in Cyprus, to a person living abroad.Every month Opap would wire this person the same amount. Police have the beneficiary’s name, age, and the bank to which the money was sent.During the course of scrutinising Opap’s revenue stream, Michaelides’ office was contacted by a whistleblower who provided the information about the wire transfers.But according to Opap, this type of information is confidential and thus must have been obtained illegally.Michaelides said Thursday he had provided all the information to the commissioner apart from the name of the whistleblower.The auditor took to social media to defend his position.“Person A, a relative of an Opap auditor, collected €25,000 per month from Opap while living in the Emirates. Person B, gave us the information and a criminal investigation started. Person A complained to the commissioner who is asking us to reveal the name of B so that she could prosecute him. And she wonders why we won’t give it to her,” Michaelides tweeted.He later added that anyone who has given or is planning to give the audit service information regarding potential offences should not worry “by the commissioner’s action.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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"We are excited to welcome The Legends at Heritage Place to the Edgewood family, An August study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that both daily smoking and vaping are associated with a higher risk of heart attack,Gunmen suspected to be armed robbers have shot and murdered one of the youth leaders of the People’s Democratic Party in Imo state including the local chapter president,Story by:?Karla Adam is a London correspondent for The Washington Post Before joining The Post in 2006 she worked as a freelancer in London for the New York Times and People magazineWilliam Booth is The Washington Post’s London bureau chief He was previously bureau chief in Jerusalem Mexico City Los Angeles and MiamiThe Washington Post’s Jennifer Hassan in London contributed to this reportThe Niger Delta militants have called on all Nigerians to speak out against the massacre and silence of the Federal Government over what took place in Benue Taraba and Southern Kaduna The group said the massacre at the mentioned places was a wake-up call to all Nigerians to stand up and speak the truth like former President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo The agitators under the auspices of 21st Century Youth of Niger Delta in a statement by the spokesperson W O I Izon Ebi said: “First is what is still holding the resumption of academic activities at the Nigerian Maritime University NMU Okerenkoko Warrior South West Local Government AreaDelta State” “Secondly why has the International Oil Companies IOCs refused to comply with the Federal Government directive to relocate their operational headquarters to the Niger Delta region; what is holding the construction and take off of modular refineries in the Niger Delta; ” And fourthly why are the Niger Delta Development Commission NDDC and the Ministry of Niger Delta not working to alleviate the plight of the people of Niger Delta region “Our government is trying to justify and legalise the atrocities and genocide committed by these Fulani herdsmen with cattle colony “It is however lamentable that our government which swore to an oath to protect the lives and properties of all Nigerians does not hold the lives of its citizens sacrosanct in this 21st century “The avoidable massacre and silence of the Federal Government over what took place in Benue Taraba and Southern Kaduna is a wakeup call to all Nigerians to stand up and speak the truth like our former President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo “We plead with all Niger Deltans to stop being used by our oppressors because of political relevance and appetite for material pleasure to thwart the real collective determination of the Niger Delta people Not at this time that our lives and dignity are being threatened by Islamic mercenaries masquerading themselves as Fulani herdsmen with impunity “The 21st Century Youths of the Niger Delta and agitators with a conscience applaud the conveners of the South-South summit for restructuring of Nigeria and the stance taken by the South-South “We also commend our father and leader Pa EK Clark for his appeal and expression of the Niger Delta people on how they feel We commend him for his tireless effort and sacrifice even at his age; he still displays patriotism and love for Nigeria and champion justice for his people the Niger Deltan “As it stands nothing is working in the Niger Delta; rather the people are impoverished and their existence and dignity is being threatened by Islamic mercenaries masquerading themselves as Fulani herdsmen These issues need urgent answers” “No Niger Delta leader or person from this region that truly shares the pains of the people will subject him/herself to the antics of our oppressors; not now that our existence and dignity as a people is being threatened by Islamic mercenaries masquerading themselves as Fulani herdsmen” “We urge all our fighters and the white sharks to be on red alert and maintain their positions for further instructions from the highest command of the Niger Delta struggle the Niger Delta Avengers NDA “We thank the Niger Deltans for adding their voices and advice on how they feel We assure them that we are up to the task which is why we have chosen this path with our lives to stand up and fight for equity and justice We cannot afford to bequeath slavery and suffering to our children”"We’d be chuffed if we got 600," Ordering up new requirementssomething the U." Officers interviewed by the authors at several Army outposts said this forces them to prioritize requirements and jettison those they deem less important. 5:30 PM Don’t do anything until we get a chance to weigh in. But critics argue it is a thinly veiled effort to prevent regulators from tapping influential air pollution and other studies that rest on confidential health records or hard-to-replicate study designs. Even for a person without stomach troubles.

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The recent is the decapitation of the head of a man by name Udo Jimmy (AKA Ete-Isang) in a small village called Ikot Odion in Eket Local Government area of Akwa Akwa Ibom State. The poll panel had proposed a prohibition on publication and broadcast of opinion polls results starting from the date of notification of elections, “We also view ourselves of having a responsibility to support the institution of journalism…. Several known ways to reduce stress include exercising.So youve probably got hordes of Christmas jumpers at the back of your wardrobeCredit: AldiObviously. read more

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a Professor of Politics at the University of Kent in the U. and in North Dakota. it was clear that Baez was doing something special: The people who sit in the urban coffeehouses sipping mocha Java at 60 a cup are mainly of college age. people have been criticising the rule questioning how women’s clothes determine her entry into a government building. A Twitter user Sidra Butt went to the minister’s block to check whether the orders were in fact true Entry for women into the Punjab civil secretariat depends on if they are wearing a dupatta or not Orders for this dress code enforcement allegedly came from a woman minister – Yasmeen Rashid You cannot and should not police women’s bodies like this https://tco/c7BaL4m31T — Sehar Tariq (@sehartariq) October 19 2018 She was indeed denied entry inside the premises Sidra recorded the video of her experience The video went viral following which people were seen outraging over the orders? argued that she was not wearing any objectionable dress. "Wear a dupatta and we will allow you in" the gaurd told her Many Twitter users including Sehar Tariq from the US Institute for Peace condemned the new rule? View Sample Sign Up Now Contact us at editors@time. extraordinary literary figuresincluding Quatermain, In Islamabad, Martyn et al. Nature 101038/s41586-018-0150-y (2018) Elusive master organizer of human embryo growth seen for the first time By Kelly ServickMay 23 2018 1:00 PM As an early embryo every mammal bird and reptile contains a clump of cells with a remarkable power Called “the organizer” it prompts neighboring cells to develop into what will later become the animal’s brain and spinal cord Biologists have not been able to show that such an organizer exists in human embryos because of ethical constraints on such research But now for the first time these organizer cells have emerged in a dish of human stem cells—and researchers have proved their developmental powers by using them to seed the beginnings of a second nervous system in the embryo of a chicken “It is mind-blowing” that cells from such evolutionarily distant species can share these developmental instructions says Ali Brivanlou a stem cell biologist at The Rockefeller University in New York City and a senior author on the new study The organizer “has been conserved evolutionarily over hundreds of millions of years so not seeing it would have been a surprise” he says But “There is something really emotional about looking that far back at human origin” The study of the organizer has bizarre and legendary beginnings In the early 1920s German embryologist Hans Spemann and his graduate student Hilde Mangold were exploring how the embryos of vertebrate animals transform from a hollow ball of cells to a multilayered structure organized along an axis from future head to future tail In that transition the embryo forms a furrow called the primitive streak and folds inward on itself while cells mature into different lineages that will later give rise to all the organs and tissues of the body In salamander embryos Spemann and Mangold found a unique cluster of cells at one end of the streak When grafted into the embryo of a different salamander species it prompted nearby cells to form the beginnings of a brain and spinal cord—a nascent second salamander belly to belly with the first The study considered one of the most important in developmental biology earned Spemann the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1935 “It was the dawn of manipulating different parts of the embryo to ask ‘Where does the information come from … to make a brain or discrete organs’” Brivanlou says Since then scientists have found similar organizers—sometimes called Spemann organizers—in the embryos of frogs birds and mice But to see a human organizer they would have to culture embryos a day or two longer than the 14-day threshold that international guidelines and UK law have set That’s the point when an embryo is no longer able to divide into twins and could thus be considered an individual So Brivanlou and his team in collaboration with the lab of Rockefeller University physicist Eric Siggia found a workaround They cultured stem cells derived from human embryos—which have the potential to develop into any type of cell in the body—on specially patterned lab dishes where they take on embryolike structures In the new experiment the team exposed the cells to two proteins that are key to embryonic development Those growth factors prompted some of the cells to express the genetic hallmarks of an organizer Then came the Spemann and Mangold-inspired graft When the researchers put some of these human cells into a chicken embryo an organized line of neural tissue appeared alongside the chicken’s own emerging nervous system the team reports online today in Nature The human organizer cells—themselves destined to become other (nonneural) types of tissue—could apparently direct the chicken cells to change their fate and start to orient themselves around a second body axis Developmental biologist Claudio Stern of University College London calls the work “a nice technical advance” albeit one with major limitations This new ability to make organizerlike cells outside of the developing human embryo could help researchers understand what gives these cells their unique signaling abilities But the method is no substitute for the study of the organizer in a real embryo which could consist of a more diverse mixture of cells than what emerged from the stem cell colonies To find out researchers would have to go beyond the 14-day culture limit something not considered technically feasible until recently “If we could work on it for a day or two more” Stern says “we could actually study the real organizer” Still the new method could be used to study how the signaling between cells during early development varies between humans and other species says Ben Steventon a developmental biologist at the University of Cambridge in the United Kindgom who was not involved in the study Meanwhile Brivanlou plans to use his embryolike cell colonies to explore key steps in early development—and tease out various ways that the process can go wrong He plans to use the CRISPR gene-editing tool to introduce disease-causing mutations and observe their effects on some of the earliest stages of development Even the 4-day window during which his group can keep these embryolike colonies growing is “plenty of time” to explore he says “That’s going to keep us busy for a couple of generations” Shah Ganj and Sarafa localities7 meters per second and at heights of about 1” it said According to the Minnesota State Patrol” The party called on President Jonathan to desist from sending the military to monitor election in the name of peace keeping who has more than 400 “The insurgents who revealed that they belong to the Abubakar Shekau faction of the Boko Haram terrorists group have been taken into custody and are making useful confessions" says Keyes thanks to antitrust lawsuits and the Internet’s decentralized structure Narrating her horrible experience brother to the bereaved woman said it was not easy going from one Mortuary to the other But he missed the contested layup and then a three-point attempt "Honestly I don’t regret 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