Antoine Griezmann ‘Save your goals for another time’ – Valverde tells Barca target Griezmann Dom Farrell Last updated 1 year ago 21:51 3/3/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Antoine Griezmann Barcelona Ernesto Valverde Primera División Barcelona v Atlético Madrid Atlético Madrid The France international attacker is a prime target of the Catalan side but says he “really wants to score” against Barca on Sunday Ernesto Valverde believes Antoine Griezmann will provide a major threat to Barcelona’s La Liga ambitions on Sunday but the Camp Nou boss would not be drawn on speculation over the France forward’s future.Griezmann enters the top-of-the-table clash in incredible form, having followed a hat-trick in last weekend’s 5-2 win at Sevilla with all four in the 4-0 thumping of Leganes on Wednesday.The latest round of transfer rumours in the Spanish media this week suggested Barca were moving closer to securing a deal for the 26-year-old, despite Atleti complaining to FIFA over the Liga leaders’ alleged pursuit of their player at the end of last year. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player For his part, Griezmann is simply focused on scoring a first career goal at one of football’s most celebrated arenas, telling reporters “I really want to score and celebrate it on Sunday”.”Well I’d rather he saved his goals for another time,” Valverde said in response at his pre-match news conference.”As for his future, I can’t tell you but he’s a player who’s in excellent form at the moment.”Tomorrow he’s one of the strengths of the Atleitco Madrid team. We’re going to have to look after him very closely.”Pressed again on whether he would like Griezmann at Barcelona next season, Valverde added: “Look, he’s a very good player. I have no doubt about that.”He scored four goals the other day and three the time before.”But I’m not going to talk about a player who plays for another team, especially one we are playing the next day. That would be improper.”Sunday’s match has taken on added weight due to Atleti taking chunks out of Barca’s once-formidable lead at the summit.Their advantage has been trimmed to five points on the back of midweek action that saw Las Palmas hold Valverde’s team to a draw.Far from being unsettled by this state of affairs, the Barcelona head coach expects his star men to rise to the occasion.”The games this season that have been really tough and tight, where there have been things at stake, we’ve responded,” he said.”Look at the game away to Atletico [a 1-1 draw in October], we played very well. Juventus at home [a 3-0 win in September] there was tension we might not win. We ended up top of the Champions League group.”In the game at Stamford Bridge [1-1 in the Champions League last month] we played good football and let’s not forget the Bernabeu [a 3-0 Clasico win in December].”I think the team responds to the big occasions but we’re playing big teams who have their own weapons as well.”Atletico’s title challenge is built on a miserly defence, breached only 11 times over the course of 26 games in La Liga, but Valverde expects them to be buoyed by their recent prolific form.”They tend to alternate during their games so I suppose they’ll do something similar tomorrow,” he added.”I’m expecting an Atleti who will be quite attack-minded. I don’t think they will sit and wait for us, I think they will come at us and try to make our defence suffer.”
Kolkata: A woman was arrested for allegedly killing her husband with help from her lover at Katwa in Burdwan. Both of them have been arrested and were remanded to police custody on Friday.According to sources, the housewife identified as Shampa Mondal had developed an extramarital affair with her children’s private tutor Nayan Pal. But her husband Sujit had no idea of what Shampa was doing behind his back. A few days ago Shampa and nayan planned to kill Sujit in order to clear their way so that they can get married later. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaAs per the plan, on Thursday night Shampa sedatives in Sujit’s food. As a result, he became unconscious after a few minutes. Later, she called Pal and both of them strangulated Sujit using a pillow. After the murder they placed his body on the bed and Pal left the house. On Thursday morning Sujit was found dead. At that moment members of the Mondal family suspected that he had died due to cardiac arrest. But during the autopsy examination, it was found that Sujit has been murdered. Following that Sujit’s father lodged a complaint against Shampa at the Katwa police station. Immediately police arrested her and during interrogation she admitted to the crime. Later, police arrested Pal on Thursday. The duo were produced at the concerned court with prayer for police remand which was eventually granted. Sleuths may reconstruct the crime scene soon.
Kenneth Jackson APTN National NewsA little Inuk boy plays with a stick at the end of the lane way on a chilly and wet October morning.He’s wearing shorts and a T-shirt waiting for the school bus. Maybe his mother should have told him to put on pants, and maybe a jacket. But his mom isn’t home. At least not at this one. He lives in one of many group homes in Ottawa.He likely doesn’t know it but he’s big business – a moneymaker.Group homes here make millions every year housing dozens of Inuit kids just like him and there’s no shortage of places looking to take them in. They’re Crown wards. Not from Ontario. But Nunavut. A territory that can’t care for them.An APTN National News investigation has looked at how they get plucked from the landscape of Nunavut and dropped in the city suburbs of Ottawa.Some stay for years.If they do get to go home, they can end up almost wiped clean of their Inuit culture and way of life.That’s what happened to one boy who came to the south at 13-years-old speaking broken English and Inuktitut. This summer he returned home, over three years later, only speaking English.When asked what it meant to be Inuit before he left he responded: “It means be dead.”But the boy, who we’re calling Jacob, had other options than Ottawa. He had family in another part of the North who wanted to take him in but Nunavut kept him here.An Inuk boy waits for the bus at the same group home Jacob was living in Ottawa.She still remembers the telephone calls from Jacob.He was new to Ottawa and struggling with the language and culture shock.“He used to phone me up to five times a day, every single day. He would be crying hysterically,” recalled Jacob’s sister, who we’re calling Sarah. “He was going through a lot of emotional turmoil. He felt abandoned. He felt neglected. He felt alone. He didn’t know how to properly deal with his emotions. He was a 13-year-old boy.”He also has epilepsy and cogitative problems from undiagnosed, yet strongly believed fetal alcohol syndrome disorder.Stress would trigger seizures, and he would convulse on the ground eventually landing in the fetal position. Cognitive damage made it that more difficult to deal with or simply understand, stressful situations like kids picking on him. When he first went to school in Ottawa his classmates teased him trying to trigger a seizure for laughs. “It was almost on the daily. It was heart wrenching,” said Sarah.But he’d have them at the group home, too, trying to explain to his sister what was happening. “He would have a seizure on the phone with me and I could hear him fall asleep,” she said.He wasn’t in Ottawa long before he was charged with assault. He pleaded guilty and got probation. He was charged again in 2014 when he punched a student and got expelled. “School has suspended the attacker indefinitely, and is seeking a board expulsion,” said a police officer in his report.Jacob then hit a group home worker and was transferred to a different home – one that was supposed specialize in Inuit culture and had other Inuit boys.The Crown pushed the case through the youth court.Jacob got a new lawyer who started asking questions.Like what specific care did the boy get for his medical issues and what plan was in place at the school or with Nunavut to ensure he was getting help.“(Jacob’s) English language skills are limited and he has absolutely no family here. No provision was made for his special needs in either the group homes or his school placement,” wrote his lawyer to the judge on the case after what he described as months of discussions with the group home and social workers.The lawyer asked that the judge to order a Gladue report to explain how and why Jacob ended up in Ottawa and was struggling to adapt.Ottawa courthouse.“The Gladue report, at this crucial time in this young man’s life, has the potential to make a life and death difference,” wrote the lawyer. “If interventions aren’t made that help him learn to control his emotions, his seizures, his depression and sense of despair and alienation … his path seems only to be leading to a life on the street, or in the penitentiary, or suicide or an early death in tragic circumstances.”The judge agreed and ordered a Gladue report. Jacob had been in Ottawa for over two years at this point. In that report the court learned Jacob lost his father at a young age, his mother was homeless and his aunt, who had taken him in before being shipped to Ottawa, cared deeply for him.But Nunavut didn’t have the resources to help with his medical needs in her remote community. His longtime social worker, Maryanne Angidlik, and her supervisor Michael Mulroney were interviewed for the report on Nov. 27, 2015.“He misses his family, he misses his culture, he misses his community up here, he misses going out on the land and fishing,” said Mulroney, adding he felt the group home was doing a good job taking care of him, including having him see a psychologist. Records seen by APTN National News show he was visiting one throughout his last year in Ottawa. Mulroney said Jacob had been to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario “many, many times” because of his seizures.“I think it’s pretty safe to say if he’s not full blown FASD then there is certainly a negative association prenatally that this child was exposed,” said Mulroney “We all know that that manifests itself in many different ways but often it is kind of a lifelong affliction that (Jacob) had no control over.” But at that point, Jacob had never had a FASD assessment done according to Angidlik who said Nunavut first got involved in 2012. During the interview, Mulroney learned of Jacob’s sister Sarah, who also lived in a city in the North outside of Nunavut and was “adamant” she’d like to care for Jacob. Mulroney called it a “perfect middle ground” but he had never known about the sister. “This is the first time that I have heard about the sister, that she might want him to live with her… If that was something viable and could be assessed and that was in his best interest and that’s what he wanted and that’s what she wanted, that could happen,” said Mulroney.Later on in the interview Angidlik said she knew of the sister but had never reached out to her. She also said she never received any calls from Sarah. Jacob not only had Sarah but another sister and step-dad in the same northern city. “(The aunt) had mentioned (her) to me before but I have never received a call from any of the sisters or even from the step father,” said Angidlik. “But (the aunt) had mentioned to me that maybe it would be good idea if (Jacob) would one day live with either one of them but they never called this office or contacted me.”That’s not how Sarah remembered it, telling APTN she first contacted Angidlik in 2013.“There are numerous emails between her and I. It was like pulling teeth to get a response with her,” said Sarah. “I called her and left voicemails.”The emails were sent from her former work email and she no longer has them. Sarah did have an email she wrote Angidlik June of this year requesting again to take custody of her little brother as he was posting on his Facebook wall about wanting to kill himself.She wrote: “Hi Mary, My name is (Sarah), I am (Jacobs’s) eldest sister. We had spoken once before back in 2013 via e-mails. I am writing in regards to (Jacob) and would like to discuss with you some prosperous opportunities that I have available for (Jacob).”She had steady job and has an education in psychology, child care and Indigenous studies, as well as being an Inuk woman.“I would make myself dedicated to making sure he gets the full support he will need, with classes, tutors, or special needs, and counselling,” she wrote.Angidlik wrote back about an hour later.“Thank you for your email message, I will forward this to my Supervisor and consult with him and proceed from there. I will keep in touch,” she said according to emails. Soon after Jacob was sent back to live his aunt and Sarah said she only found out because her brother called to tell her.The headquarters of Nunavut’s Child and Family Services in Iqaluit. Steve Mongeau/APTN photoAccording to Nunavut’s director of Child and Family Services, Joanne Henderson-White, they have 65 kids out of the territory. Forty are in Ottawa and 34 of them are spread out amongst seven group homes here. Six others are in foster care. The remaining 25 children are in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.Documents obtained by APTN, through Nunavut’s access to information, show the territory spends upwards of over $9 million annually on what it calls “Out-of-Territory Residential Care Placement”. Henderson-White told APTN about 80 percent of the money goes to group homes and paying for foster care. Some of it is used for travel as the kids sometimes get to have short visits home.Placements have been happening for years but, according to documents, Nunavut didn’t track them well, as far back as four years ago. The territory knows the total number of children shipped out in 2009 and 2010 but couldn’t provide where. They also couldn’t say how much money was spent specifically for the program prior to 2013.The department said it’s working to update its electronic management system as the placements used to be under the health department. That responsibility was given to Child and Family Services in 2013. As of last week, they have 442 kids under their care in total. All kids out of territory have medical or special needs that can’t be provided in Nunavut said Henderson-White.“We try to care for our children in our territory,” she said. “We do our very best to maintain our kids at home. Of the 65 kids out of territory they are there because they have needs we simply can’t meet within the territory.”Henderson-White said she couldn’t speak to why the territory doesn’t have those services available as it was the Health department that provides them.“We’re working with what we have. We are trying to build capacities,” she said.Henderson-White said shipping kids south is not the first option. But places like Ottawa have the medical services the kids need.“This is the last resort. I want to tell you before we do that we exhaust every other possibility,” she said.She added they also have an oversight board that reviews each child’s case.But something appears to have gone wrong with Jacob’s case. His sister said she didn’t just email to get custody, but called, too. “Whoever needed to make a choice was always out of town or they need to wait to hear a response from someone else and then I would get a random email after a month or two saying that he is just not ready,” said Sarah.APTN emailed Maryanne Angidlik asking for comment but never heard back.APTN then asked Child and Family Services if this was a case of Nunavut dropping the ball or a social worker acting independently.“The Department of Family Services is unable to comment due to client confidentiality,” said spokesperson Jade Owen.APTN has nothing to suggest Jacob didn’t receive proper care and his social workers said in documents he seemed to be getting used to life in Ottawa and enjoying it. But Nunavut has had issues with the homes they pay to house the kids when it comes to culture. During routine checks, they uncovered “issues” at Ottawa homes, including lack of culture, and kids are not being able to speak their own language or get traditional food. Group homes have long been an issue in Ontario according to Ontario’s child advocate.Irwin Elman said the Ontario government recently wrapped up a review of the concerns around group homes and foster care.“They had to design an expert panel and have them travel around the province to decide how dire the problem was in terms of the experience of young people living in these homes,” he said.The panel released a 141-page report explaining the problems and how they should be fixed. Some kids told the panel they felt they were being warehoused and that staff provoked incidents or were not properly trained. “Certainly it was more difficult for First Nation young people who are not only away from their families thousands of miles from home but away from their culture and their way of life,” he said.The panel also found problems with how group homes were licensed and no tracking system for over 20,000 serious incident reports filed each year, that include when a child runs away, is harmed, police are called or when the home puts them in restraints, which happened to Jacob because he would run away. Back in Iqaluit one city councillor would like to remove all concerns and bring the kids home. Terry Dobbin worked as a counselor for 12 years at one Iqaluit group home which was home to about six kids. “The kids were healthy. They were happy. They went to school. They had friends at school. It was a loving home. It was great. People loved it. Kids interacted within the community. They kids were happy. It was a healthy loving environment,” said Dobbin.He said the home in Iqaluit closed in 2012 and Nunavut shipped the kids south. Each with different medical or special needs to join all the others out of the territory.Dobbin said he flew with one boy to Ottawa where he has remained since.“I wasn’t really impressed. It was out in the country. They had to set up a room for that particular kid. They weren’t even ready for him and it broke my heart to leave that child there but I didn’t have any other choice because a decision was made to ship all these kids south,” he said.That group home in Iqaluit re-opened focusing on troubled youth but has now suspended operations again, as they try to again refocus its efforts said Henderson-White.Jacob’s sister said what happened to her brother was “cultural assimilation” and the only connection to his Inuit culture in Ottawa was through volunteering at a local Inuit centre.“Just culturally where we come from it’s all about family, it’s all about support and love and being there for each other,” she said. Sarah tried to be there for her brother, even at a distance. With every painful phone call and visit to Ottawa. Nunavut has no plans to stop sending kids south and west.It did say it does intend to hire a permanent social worker in Ottawa by the end of the year. A consulting company has managed all these kids on a contract basis.Acting as the eyes and ears for children thousands of kilometers from firstname.lastname@example.org-Clarification: Since this story was published APTN learned the consulting company didn’t have their contract renewed as of March 31. An updated story on this can be found here.
Rabat – French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announced on Monday that French President François Hollande has invited King Mohammed VI to pay an official working visit to the republic of France on the dates specified by the Moroccan monarch.The expected visit of King Mohammed VI to France is part of a series of high-level visits between the two countries since the resumption of bilateral relations following a year-long diplomatic crisis.Fabius, who started on Monday a two-day working visit to Morocco, also announced that French Prime Minister Manuel Valls will make an official visit to Morocco on April 10th in an attempt by the French official to revive bilateral relations between the two countries. During his visit, the French chief diplomat was received by King Mohammed VI.The meeting focused on bilateral relations, the regional security environment and notably the fight against terrorism and various regional and international issues of common interest, the King’s Office said in a statement.The audience was attended by Jean Francois Girault, Director of North Africa and Middle East department at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Charles Fries, France’s Ambassador in Rabat, as well as the King’s Advisor Fouad Ali El Himma, Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar and the kingdom’s Ambassador in Paris Chakib Benmoussa.
Rabat – A 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck early Monday off the coast of the cities of Al Hoceima and and Nador, the National Geophysics Institute (CNRST) said, according to Maghreb Arab Press (MAP). The quake occurred at 3h46 (GMT), the source added.Two other quakes of magnitude 4.4 and 3.9 were reported in the same region at 4:14 and 6:43 am local time. No casualties or human damage were reported. The tremor comes less than a month after a series of earthquakes shook the same region last month. An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 degrees on the Richter scale, was recorded in the early hours of Monday of January 25 in Nador and Al Hoceima.
26 January 2007The United Nations health agency is reviving efforts to eliminate yaws, a nearly forgotten disease that eats away at the skin, cartilage and bones of its victims, mostly children, which is making a comeback after a global control programme almost eradicated it over 40 years ago. The United Nations health agency is reviving efforts to eliminate yaws, a nearly forgotten disease that eats away at the skin, cartilage and bones of its victims, mostly children, which is making a comeback after a global control programme almost eradicated it over 40 years ago. “The persistence of yaws in the 21st century is unacceptable,” UN World Health Organization (WHO) Director of Neglected Tropical Diseases Lorenzo Savioli said of the disease which is re-emerging in poor, rural and marginalized populations of Africa, Asia and South America. “There is a cost-effective approach to treating this disease,” he added, noting that the single dose of long-acting penicillin costs as little as $0.32. Experts believe that yaws can be eliminated and eventually eradicated because humans are the only reservoir of infection. New cases appear every year. This week, world experts including officials from the health ministries of selected endemic countries – Indonesia, Ghana and the Republic of Congo – are holding informal talks to develop a new global strategy for combating it. The overall aim is to minimize suffering and the socio-economic impact the disease has on affected populations. A recent control programme in India provides optimism that elimination can be achieved in other countries with persistent efforts and political commitment. In the south-east Asia region, the aim is to eradicate yaws by 2012. This week’s talks are examining whether elimination is now possible in other regions of the world, signalling a possible revival of the 1950s global yaws programme as well as the development of a current global strategy to generate much-needed support at global, regional and country levels to eradicate it once and for all. The officials are studying a three-fold strategy: detecting and treating all yaws cases and their contacts; interrupting transmission; and preventing disability.
TULSA, Okla. — DaQuan Jeffries drilled four from deep to score 24 points as Tulsa took control in the second half to beat Texas-Arlington 72-58 on Tuesday night.Jeffries was 10 of 11 from the floor for Tulsa (5-2) which returned to winning form after losing two straight. The Golden Hurricane started the season 4-0.Elijah Joiner added 11 points with four steals and Lawson Korita and Martins Igbanu chipped in 10 apiece. Korita also grabbed five rebounds, had two assists and two steals.The teams were tied 31-31 at the break. A Korita layup gave Tulsa the lead to start the second half but the Golden Hurricane could not pull away until past the midpoint of the period. Jeriah Horne got the run started with a 3-pointer, Jeffries followed with a layup and the two repeated the sequence as Tulsa ran off 14 unanswered points to lead 64-46 with 5:16 remaining.Brian Warren had 15 points and seven assists to lead Texas-Arlington (3-4) which has lost three straight games.The Associated Press
TerraSource Global has announced that its sister company, Coperion, will immediately begin supporting TerraSource Global customers in India by selling capital equipment, stocking wear parts and providing service for TerraSource Global, whose brands include Gundlach Crushers, Jeffrey Rader and Pennsylvania Crusher. “This move represents a next major step for us in increasing our global footprint, in an effort to provide better service and support to our global customers,” said Doug Sublett, Vice President of Power and Mining for TerraSource Global.“We’ve previously had contracted representation for our products and services; however, with the acquisition of Coperion into the Hillenbrand Process Equipment Group portfolio, we have been able to quickly expand into other markets. India was a very easy decision for us considering our current customer following for our brands,” Sublett added. “Coperion’s staff is expanding its expertise to support the sale and service of TerraSource Global equipment in India, providing us the ability to act quickly to the demands of that market,” said Rick Dreyer, Director of International Sales for TerraSource Global.“Coperion India is the market leader in the field of material handling for the plastics industry,” said Umesh Verma, Managing Director and CEO of Coperion India. “We have the required infrastructure that TerraSource Global needs to eventually produce machines in India and be more attractive for the local market. It offers a great opportunity to enhance its offerings to Indian customers in the power sector, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in India.”
Share Tweet Email1 Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO“There’s three nights a year that Heineken Cup or Champions Cup comes to town and the atmosphere is very different to any other games.“That’s a credit to the knowledgeable Munster supporter – they know how to gauge it. Also, you have to take into account that Munster have qualified. They, to use local slang, beat us out the door at home [Paris] so how could they fear us?“If we hadn’t under-performed (earlier in the pool), we could have had Dan (Carter, Weneceslas Lauret, Bernard Le Roux and maybe five or six or seven other players and maybe we could have tested them more.”As it was, the test was a tough one for Munster. O’Gara’s rage following the defeat a fortnight ago was channeled into redoubled efforts. ROG wasn’t happy tonight exactly, but he certainly had reason to be proud of his players’ efforts this time around. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOThe night wasn’t about O’Gara and a homecoming though, it was about a return of a different sort – Munster, back at the top table of European rugby with nobody all that keen on coming to test them on home turf.“It’s incredible,” O’Gara says, “because if you rewind to four months ago nobody was interested in this team: this team had lost its identity and look at it now.“I’ve been in some good campaigns in a Munster jersey, but this current side – they’ve lost out to a 53 metre kick in Welford Road and otherwise have a clean sweep.“They’re on a roll, they’ll be hard to stop, they play for each other and they’ve real clarity.”Just like old times.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! 44,871 Views Jan 21st 2017, 9:56 PM By Sean Farrell http://the42.ie/3199109 Follow us: the42.ie 25 Comments Saturday 21 Jan 2017, 9:56 PM Racing deliver a stern test, but Munster grind their way to home quarter-finalToulon scrape into last eight with defeat while MacGinty leads Sale to thrilling victory Sean Farrell reports from Thomond ParkRONAN O’GARA LOVED being back in Thomond Park.Even the sour taste of defeat didn’t cancel out the sweet return to the scene of some of his most cherished rugby memories.Before kick-off he made a slight wrong turn on his way to the visitors dressing room, but once on the field he knew every inch of his surroundings and cut a familiar pose as he drilled spirals down the touchline. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO“I forgot how good this place was if you’re a Munster player,” O’Gara said as the Racing 92 assistant coach dealt with questions after the 22 – 10 defeat.“Last night was my first night (back) in Limerick and it was really special, really warming, the people were genuinely decent.“When you go away you get on with your own work and what you need to do… driving in on the bus today was really cool, all the Munster flags.Unfortunately it’s only when you’re finished you appreciate how good Munster have it. To be fair, it’s probably one of the best atmospheres in world rugby. It is that good. That’s not an understatement.”Munster fans have every reason to be on top form these days, the 12-point winning margin was enough to guarantee the southern province second seed in the Champions Cup last eight. They’re playing an exciting, abrasive game while they’re at it; plenty to get the juices and bellows from the pit of your stomach flowing.O’Gara points out that the atmosphere doesn’t just help the home side. There were big talents in his own squad – “fellas like Nakarawa and Nyanga” – who tend to rise to the occasion.“That’s why it’s great for players to taste the real Thomond Park.” ‘I forgot how good this place was’: ROG moved by warm Limerick reception “It’s great for players to taste the real Thomond Park,” says the Munster legend who was plotting their downfall. Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Une partie du génome de la hyène des cavernes reconstituéeGrâce aux excréments fossilisés de hyènes des cavernes, des chercheurs sont parvenus à reconstituer une partie du génome de l’espèce préhistorique. Au fil de l’analyse de ces mêmes selles, ils ont fait d’intéressantes découvertes sur ce carnivore depuis longtemps disparu, et notamment au sujet de ses habitudes alimentaires.Des excréments de hyènes des cavernes fossilisés, retrouvés dans la Grotte Coumère, en Ariège, ont été analysés par des chercheurs français du Commissariat à l’énergie atomique (CEA). Ils ont ainsi réussi à reconstituer une partie du génome de l’animal préhistorique et découvert que ses coprolithes renfermaient de précieuses informations sur l’espèce carnivore. Les scientifiques ont notamment trouvé dans ces excréments de l’ADN de cerfs élaphe, Cervus elaphus, un animal dont se nourrissaient les hyènes des cavernes.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Dans la revue britannique Proceedings of the Royal Society B, les chercheurs expliquent avoir comparé le génome en partie reconstitué à celui des hyènes modernes, et ainsi “établi sans aucun doute possible le lien de parenté proche entre la hyène des cavernes et la hyène tachetée”, aujourd’hui toujours présente en Afrique. “Le génome de la hyène des cavernes ne présente que 115 différences avec la séquence génétique de la hyène tachetée”, affirment les scientifiques dans leur étude relayée par l’AFP.C’est à 1984 que remontent les premières analyses ADN réalisées à partir des restes d’animaux disparus. Elles avaient alors porté sur le quagga, une espèce de zèbre qui a vécu jusqu’à la fin du XIXe siècle. Mais c’est seulement en 2001 qu’a été reconstitué le premier génome complet d’une espèce éteinte, celui des moas, des oiseaux de Nouvelle-Zélande disparus au XVIe siècle. Le 29 mars 2012 à 10:15 • Maxime Lambert
State Rep. Jim Moeller, D-Vancouver, said thousands of workers who rallied at the State Capitol Friday to denounce deep cuts to social services are “right on the money” in calling for an overhaul of the state tax code to eliminate some of its 500 tax exemptions and save vital services.“I respect and support the message these regular, mainstream Washington working people are emphasizing in their protests and demonstrations,” Moeller said in a statement. “We need to overhaul our dismal tax-exemption system. If what it takes to send that message loud and clear is a Capitol Campus full of stirred-up Washington citizens and taxpayers, then more power to them.”“Ending the sales-tax exemption for Oregonians, for example, would bring in an additional $83.7 million that could go to help fund Washington schools,” he said.Moeller said he’s not the only lawmaker who is open to eliminating tax breaks. But he said a supermajority approval requirement on any measure to raise taxes — a mathematical impossibility without at least some Republican support — “all but throttles much talk of tax-exemption reform.”— Kathie DurbinOLYMPIA (AP) — Thousands of union members from all over Washington poured into the state Capitol Friday, calling on lawmakers to “put people first” by ending corporate tax breaks and painful cuts to public programs.
Karan Johar on nepotism and much more.YouTube ScreenshotKaran Johar, who is often subjected to criticism on charges of things like nepotism to making movies only with big stars, expressed his annoyance at all those negativity around him.In an interview with Rajeev Masand, Karan opened up about being called the “baap of nepotism”, and also said that he is always criticised for things that people perceive to be wrong, but he is never given credit for the good works that he does.”I am fed up of never getting the credit for the good that we do, but be slammed for the bad that happens, or the bad that are perceived to happen. I can make the best feature film on this earth, and I will not get the credit that it deserves. You will not give me yourself, because you will feel that if you are nice to me then it will look like you are being nice to me for a certain reason, and not because you think I deserve it,” Karan said.On asked about the charges of nepotism, and if he feels a sense of responsibility to introduce talented people from outside, KJo countered it with a few data.”We have introduced 21 debut directors, out of which, about 16 or 17 of them are not nepotistic young film-makers. They are completely from the outside. Why don’t I get the benefit of that like – hey, there is a production house that is launching kids as film-makers who are from outside. Why don’t I get credit for that? Why only the discredit for some of the actors? And why do I have to justify it? How do they not know that I think they are talented enough to face the camera?” Karan said.”Yes, they get easy access, but after that they got a journey ahead. I don’t feel like constantly justify this, it gets on to my nerves now. Let me tell you, if they don’t have talent, the audience is not going to accept them, the industry won’t accept them, and I myself as a producer will not constantly put them in a film if they are not worth it. I am not stupid!” he added.Karan also spoke in length about the recent controversy where he was accused of throwing a drug party after a video of many stars partying at his house had gone viral. Watch the interview below:
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3uUniversity of Maryland President Wallace Loh is advocating for the removal of the name of Curly Byrd, perhaps the most influential leader in the school’s history and an avowed segregationist, from UM’s football stadium. We’ll discuss Byrd’s segregationist history at the University of Maryland with AFRO Publisher Jake Oliver. Also, our recurring guests Taya Graham and Stephen Janis (The Mod Squad) are back with reporting on the trial of Officer William Porter, Marilyn Mosby being sued by a former city prosecutor and other Baltimore political and law enforcement news.These stories and more coming up this evening on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.
By Dyan MachanSuppose you could find all the socks you ever lost. Now suppose getting those socks back enabled you to earn a better living, or work faster and smarter. Wouldn’t you be willing to pay someone to locate those socks on a worldwide sock exchange? That’s the crux of a business category that some entrepreneurs and investors find pregnant with opportunity. “We think this is the next hot thing,” says Jeanne Sullivan, an executive at StarVest Partners, a New York venture-capital firm developing a specialty in this area. The Information Edge “Data as a Service:”Businesses in this field gather specialized information, then organize it in a database for which users pay for access.The Price of Technology:Gathering the information isn’t expensive, but organizing and storing it can be; start-ups can spend millions on computer servers and a web presence.Shoestring Staff:Once it’s up and running, a firm can grow without much person power; five or six people can run a nationwide business. Related Links Small Business Success: Luck or Pluck? Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Seeking Alpha–and Users: 6 New Financial Web Sites More From smSmallBiz » December 30, 2009 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Unfortunately, the business world has given this baby a jargony name: Data as a Service, or its diminutive, DaaS. It rhymes with SaaS, its better-known cousin that stands for Software as a Service. SaaS is the catchall name for on-demand software applications like those on an iPhone. DaaS, in contrast, recognizes that software is becoming a commodity; it’s data mixed with software that’s king.DaaS offers some intriguing possibilities for start-up types–a chance to build a lucrative business that can grow rapidly without needing a big workforce to keep it running. Better still, if you’re the first to build that sock database, you can have a near monopoly. So while start-up costs can be high–think anywhere up to $10 million to set up servers and a slick web presence–profit margins tend to be fat. That’s because the business model involves gathering information that’s relatively inexpensive or even free to the collector, analyzing it and slicing it into easy-to-consume pieces for people who will pay for it again and again. In business-school speak, “it’s monetizing rich data,” says Sullivan. Imagine, for example, being able to search the sock exchange to find socks that match a user’s singleton socks exactly and then to find the buyers nearest to the user who are willing to meet his price.Some established businesses, like the Zagat Survey restaurant guides, already roughly fit the category–Zagat gets consumers to fill out restaurant surveys and organizes them into guides that grow stale and need replacing, like last year’s fashions. Much more DaaS-like, and one-upping them considerably, is OpenTable. The company sells restaurant-reservation software to restaurants and offers diners online reservations and the ability to search restaurants by geography, cuisine and price; its recent IPO was seen as one of the brighter moments in the postcrash economy. The datacentric companies are among the fastest-growing these days, according to Louise Garnett, an analyst with information research firm Outsell: “I see two to three new ones each week.” Where 1990s-style web businesses often kept the technical and content elements separate, she notes, the growth today comes from companies that can integrate the two. Overall, the information industry grows 5 to 10 percent a year, according to Outsell.Making LemonadeWhat do all these ventures have in common? Lemons. George Akerlof’s lemons, to be precise. In the late 1960s the Nobel Prize-winning University of California, Berkeley, economist sought to answer the age-old question of why buying used cars favored the seller over the buyer. The buyer couldn’t know whether the seller was selling because he needed the cash, or because the junker had unseen repair and maintenance issues. Akerlof proved that the buyer’s inability to discern the difference between a good car and a lemon drove down the prices of all used cars. Buyers don’t like uncertainty, so many would simply walk away from the transaction. Fewer buyers means lower prices–hence the canyon-like price differential between new cars versus those driven even slightly. (And here we thought consumers were willing to pay thousands more for that fresh-car smell.) In financial markets, investors unable to distinguish between a great business and a loser will put their money into cash and leave start-ups without funding. Under Akerlof’s logic, providing more information, with a level playing field for buyer and seller, creates business opportunity.Darwin Melnyk, 45, a former Emory University seminary student, has been striving to do just that. He first entered this field as a modern-day Indiana Jones, working as a technology specialist on archeological digs in the Jordanian desert. In the field, Melnyk figured out how scientists, by inputting data on their laptops, could improve their productivity and speed up the fossilized process of garnering grants. Beginning in 2006 he started to apply those same skills to a different kind of artifact, digging up data about old tractors for farm-equipment dealers. Iron Solutions, of Fenton, Mo., had its genesis in an annually issued guide, akin to the used-car Blue Book, that dates back to the ’40s; dealers would dog-ear the guide to help them price, say, a rusted-out 1992 combine some farmer was offering on a trade. Some of the guide’s information was available online by 1999, but Iron Solutions hadn’t made the digital leap of making it easy to use.Enter Melnyk, who built the old tractor data into a sophisticated database. Want the autumn-harvest price on a tricked-out 2003 Flail chopper? No problem, for an equipment dealer with a $400-a-year subscription to IronSolutions.com. Farmers can search internationally for their machines, dealers can learn which farmers are interested in upgrading, and both can get much more specific equipment information that helps them make money-saving decisions. Melnyk says the business is growing 20 percent this year despite the economic climate–or perhaps because of it. “The good deal is more important than ever,” he says.High-Tech Coupon ClippingThe seeds of a similar business, MyGroceryDeals.com, were those colorful advertising inserts that irritatingly flutter out from Sunday papers. It wasn’t an obscure IT term like DaaS that was on Paul Davis’s mind when he spread out the fliers on his kitchen table in 2004. It was how he would pay for his future roast beef sandwiches by inputting all the specials on the web. Davis, who had previously founded an in-store survey business, wanted to consolidate the constantly changing weekly specials from grocery stores and deliver them online so consumers could compare prices on Coke, Huggies or whatever else they bought. He also enabled the bargain-crazed to use the site to “pantry load” by finding the best local deals regardless of product Z.”If I had known how hard it would be, I’m not sure I would have done this,” sighs Davis, in an oft-heard entrepreneur’s lament. There were minor hitches, as one can imagine, in getting 160,000 ads per month organized for shoppers in 55,000 zip codes across the U.S. At one point, his computer server started choking on too many ads, slowing to “a chug, chug, chug,” says Davis, who had to spend an unexpected $500,000 to get his systems up to consumer-friendly speed again. “Often on Thursday we’d have no idea how we were going to make payroll on Friday.” But four years later, with 300,000 registered shoppers, Davis says MyGroceryDeals.com is close to breaking even on revenue from advertisers and coupon manufacturers. He is also launching a premium membership service and will start selling research from surveying his customers, his old specialty.Despite its growth, the site is still more or less a small business; MyGroceryDeals.com gets by with only five full-time employees. Davis doesn’t have to spend much to gather information since grocery chains now digitally feed their ads to MyGroceryDeals.com for free. If and when profit arrives, the number of people getting a piece of it will be relatively small–meaning, presumably, more data dollars for Davis. 7 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »
Yesterday, Wi-Fi Alliance introduced Wi-Fi 6, the designation for devices that support the next generation of WiFi based on 802.11ax standard. Wi-Fi 6 is part of a new naming approach by Wi-Fi Alliance that provides users with an easy-to-understand designation for both the Wi-Fi technology supported by their device and used in a connection the device makes with a Wi-Fi network. This marks the beginning of using generational names for certification programs for all major IEEE 802.11 releases. For instance, instead of devices being called 802.11ax compatible, they will now be called Wi-Fi Certified 6. As video and image files grow with higher resolution cameras and sensors, there is a need for faster transfer speeds and an increasing amount of bandwidth to transfer those files around a wireless network. Wi-Fi Alliance aims to achieve this goal with its Wi-Fi 6 technology. Features of Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi 6 brings an improved user experience It aims to address device and application needs in the consumer and enterprise environment. Wi-Fi 6 will be used to describe the capabilities of a device This is the most advanced of all Wi-Fi generations, bringing faster speeds, greater capacity, and coverage. It will provide an uplink and downlink orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) while increasing efficiency and lowering latency for high demand environments Its 1024 quadrature amplitude modulation mode (1024-QAM) enables peak gigabit speeds for bandwidth-intensive use cases Wi-Fi 6 comes with an improved medium access control (MAC) control signaling increases throughput and capacity while reducing latency Increased symbol durations make outdoor network operations more robust Support for customers and Industries The new numerical naming convention will be applied retroactively to previous standards such as 802.11n or 802.11ac. The numerical sequence includes: Wi-Fi 6 to identify devices that support 802.11ax technology Wi-Fi 5 to identify devices that support 802.11ac technology Wi-Fi 4 to identify devices that support 802.11n technology This new consumer-friendly Wi-Fi 6 naming convention will allow users looking for new networking gear to stop focusing on technical naming conventions and focus on an easy-to-remember naming convention. The convention aims to show users at a glance if the device they are considering supports the latest Wi-Fi speeds and features. It will let consumers differentiate phones and wireless routers based on their Wi-Fi capabilities, helping them pick the device that is best suited for their needs. Consumers will better understand the latest Wi-Fi technology advancements and make more informed buying decisions for their connectivity needs. As for manufacturers and OS builders of Wi-Fi devices, they are expected to use the terminology in user interfaces to signify the type of connection made. Some of the biggest names in wireless networking have expressed their views about the change in naming convention, including Netgear, CEVA, Marvell Semiconductor, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Intel, and many more. “Given the central role Wi-Fi plays in delivering connected experiences to hundreds of millions of people every day, and with next-generation technologies like 802.11ax emerging, the Wi-Fi Alliance generational naming scheme for Wi-Fi is an intuitive and necessary approach to defining Wi-Fi’s value for our industry and consumers alike. We support this initiative as a global leader in Wi-Fi shipments and deployment of Wi-Fi 6, based on 802.11ax technology, along with customers like Ruckus, Huawei, NewH3C, KDDI Corporation/NEC Platforms, Charter Communications, KT Corp, and many more spanning enterprise, venue, home, mobile, and computing segments.” – Rahul Patel, senior vice president and general manager, connectivity and networking, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Beginning with Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi Alliance certification programs based on major IEEE 802.11 releases, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™ certification, will be implemented in 2019. To know more about this announcement, head over to Wi-Fi Alliance’s official blog. Read Next The Haiku operating system has released R1/beta1 Mozilla releases Firefox 62.0 with better scrolling on Android, a dark theme on macOS, and more Anaconda 5.3.0 released, takes advantage of Python’s Speed and feature improvements
ORLANDO — Margaritaville Beach Resort at The Pointe, set to debut in 2020 in the Bahamas, recently marked its topping off celebration.The five-star property will be an integral part of Margaritaville at The Pointe, a US$250 million, seven-acre luxury development on Nassau Harbour.Upon completion, the 150-room resort will feature signature brand décor elements in the lobby, including a larger-than-life flip flop sculpture, luxury residences at One Particular Harbour at The Pointe, a deep-water marina and boardwalk, a waterpark, entertainment centre, upscale shopping, and signature food and beverage concepts.Margaritaville Beach Resort will officially be a part of Margaritaville’s growing collection of hotels and resorts, which currently comprises 17 lodging locations and 24 additional projects in the pipeline.Resort LobbyPenthouseBedroomKing Room Posted by Tags: Margaritaville Beach Resort, Openings & Renovations Coming in 2020: Margaritaville Beach Resort at The Pointe, Bahamas Share Friday, April 26, 2019 Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>
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The Old City formed a made-for-television backdrop behind Romney, while some of his campaign donors listened in the audience.Romney’s declaration that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital was matter-of-fact and in keeping with claims made by Israeli governments for decades, even though the United States, like other nations, maintains its embassy in Tel Aviv.He did not say if he would order the embassy moved if he wins the White House, but strongly suggested so in a CNN interview.“My understanding is the policy of our nation has been a desire to move our embassy ultimately to the capital (Jerusalem),” he said, adding, “I would only want to do so and to select the timing in accordance with the government of Israel.”His remarks on the subject during his speech drew a standing ovation from his audience, which included Sheldon Adelson, the American businessman who has said he will donate millions to help elect Romney to the White House.Romney’s embrace of Israel was on display throughout the day when he met with Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and other leaders. He also visited the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site, where he was mobbed by worshippers. In addition, Romney met with Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad. In his remarks, Romney steered clear of overt criticism of President Barack Obama, even though he said the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran “has only become worse” in the past five years.In an unspoken rebuttal to Obama and other critics, Romney said, “It is sometimes said that those who are the most committed to stopping the Iranian regime from security nuclear weapons are reckless and provocative and inviting war.“The opposite is true. We are the true peacemakers,” he said.The former Massachusetts governor also stepped back from a comment a senior aide made a short while before the speech.“We recognize Israel’s right to defend itself,” he told the audience. Earlier, the aide, Dan Senor, previewed the speech for reporters, saying that “if Israel has to take action on its own, in order to stop Iran from developing the capability, the governor would respect that decision.”Israel is the second of three stops on an international trip for Romney in the weeks before he claims the Republican nomination at his party’s national convention in Tampa, Fla.He flew to the Middle East from Britain, where he caused a stir by questioning whether officials there were fully prepared for the Olympic Games. A stop in Poland will complete his trip. 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Top Stories Whatever the reality, the administration has taken steps in recent days to reassure Israel of its support.Most notably, Obama approved an increase in assistance to strengthen a missile defense system that is designed to protect Israel from rocket attacks launched from the Gaza.Senor’s comments caused a stir in the hours leading to Romney’s speech, a reminder of the controversy that Romney had created a few days earlier in London.He later clarified his comments in a written statement, saying that the candidate “believes we should employ any and all measures to dissuade the Iranian regime from its nuclear course and it is his fervent hope that diplomatic and economic measures will do so. In the final analysis, of course, no option should be excluded.”Pentagon officials have spoken publicly about the difficulty of such a strike and American officials have expressed concern about the destabilizing effect such military action could have in the region, even if carried out successfully.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Tehran is closer to developing nuclear weapons capability than before, Romney said. “Preventing that outcome must be our highest national security priority.”In a March speech before a pro-Israel lobby in Washington, Obama warned of “loose talk of war” that serves only to drive up oil prices. “Now is not the time to bluster,” he said then. “Now is the time to let our increased pressure sink in and sustain the broad international coalition we have built.”It was unlikely that the day’s events would settle the issue.Obama’s former press secretary, Robert Gibbs, told ABC’s “This Week” that the administration has delayed Iran’s nuclear program. The president has imposed U.S. penalties against Iran and worked to tougher strictures applied by other nations. There have been numerous published reports of a coordinated U.S.-Israeli cyberattack that caused damage to Iranian equipment vital to creating weapons-grade nuclear material.Even so, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said before the speech that “all the sanctions and diplomacy so far have not set back the Iranian program by one iota.” Associated PressJERUSALEM (AP) – Standing on Israeli soil, U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Sunday declared Jerusalem to be the capital of the Jewish state and said the United States has “a solemn duty and a moral imperative” to block Iran from achieving nuclear weapons capability.“Make no mistake, the ayatollahs in Iran are testing our moral defenses. They want to know who will object and who will look the other way,” he said. “We will not look away nor will our country ever look away from our passion and commitment to Israel.” Four years ago, then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama also visited Israel as a candidate, part of a five-nation trip meant to establish his own foreign policy credentials.In his speech, Romney said Syrian President Bashar Assad “desperately clings to power” in Damascus in the face of an attempted overthrow, but he did not call for his removal.He noted that Egypt is now headed by an “Islamist president, chosen in a Democratic election. … The international community must use its considerable influence to insure that the new government honors the peace agreement with Israel that was signed by the government of Anwar Sadat” more than three decades ago, he said.A goal of Romney’s overseas trip is to demonstrate his confidence on the world stage, but his stop in Israel also was designed to appeal to evangelical voters at home and to cut into Obama’s support among Jewish voters and donors. A Gallup survey of Jewish voters released Friday showed Obama with a 68-25 edge over Romney.Romney and other Republicans have said Obama is insufficiently supportive of Israel, noting statements the president has made about settlements and his handling of evident Iranian attempt to develop nuclear weapons. Patients with chronic pain give advice Comments Share More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean
RelatedEuropean all-inclusive holidays become ‘incredibly popular’More Brits are choosing to take all-inclusive holidays to Europe in an attempt to keep costs down.Euro exchange rate could encourage Brits to book flights further afieldEuro exchange rate could encourage Brits to book flights further afieldFewer European visitors leads to ‘more enjoyable’ continental holidaysPeople booking flights to Europe this year are having a more enjoyable time because of the fewer number of visitors Brits will continue booking flights to Spanish cities and holiday resorts despite the unfavourable exchange rate, according to a leading travel expert.According to Simon Calder, the Independent’s travel editor, Spain still represents a value-for-money holiday destination “whether you are in the Balearic Islands or the Costas”.”Spain is going to retain its position as our absolute favourite country; just because the pound has been down in relation to the euro, doesn’t mean we are going to turn our back to it,” he said.Data from Skyscanner appears to back up Mr Calder’s prediction, with Malaga, Alicante and Tenerife all appearing in the Top 10 most searched-for destinations of 2009 in terms of where people are planning to book their 2009 summer break.A survey by Aldi Travel published this month showed that 82 percent of people believed that holidays were “crucial” for their wellbeing.A further 60 percent said that value-for-money was the “most important factor” when booking a holiday abroad – something that could cause more people to book their holiday flights through cheap flights carriers. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map
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