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Zuma makes changes to SAA board, dumps Dudu Myeni


Joining the Board is Mr. Johannes Bhekumuzi Magwaza as the new Chairperson, and Ms. Nolitha Fakude as the Deputy Chairperson and non-executive director. "The SAA's Annual General Meeting (AGM) should be held on 3 November as proposed by Treasury, and the current board chairperson's term should end with the AGM". Lire la suite »

Two key IS-affiliated leaders killed in Philippines


Marawi, a mosque-studded center of Islamic faith in the predominantly Roman Catholic Philippines, has been devastated by the siege laid by the Islamic State group-allied militants who overran the city on May 23 . The military said he was among six to eight foreign fighters in a battle zone comprising about 60 to 80 buildings. After Duterte's speech , troops pressed an offensive late Tuesday against 20 to 30 gunmen holding several hostages in buildings near the city's Lanao Lake and killed ... Lire la suite »

India lose top ODI spot to South Africa


Chasing a massive target of 354, Bangladesh's innings folded on 249 in 47.5 overs. But after Imrul got out for 68, Bangladesh soon lost the key wicket of all-rounder Shakib al Hasan (five). Later, Amla and De Villiers led the team to a great score. After crossing his century, his strike rate became even more venomous as he scored his next 76 runs in just 35 balls. Lire la suite »

7000 newborns die every day, according to new United Nations report


Existing data show that most newborn deaths occurred in Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, taking more than 75 per cent of the total mortality when combined. As such, the agencies stress that measures must be taken to achieve universal health coverage and ensure that more newborns survive and thrive, including by serving marginalized families. Lire la suite »

Myanmar military responsible for Rohingya crisis


Rex Tillerson, however, stopped short of saying on Wednesday whether the U.S. would take any action against Myanmar's military leaders over an offensive that has driven more than 500,000 Rohingya out of the country. "We're extraordinarily concerned by what is happening with Rohingya in Burma", Tillerson said. He said that this is a real test for this power sharing government. Lire la suite »

$140 million in tax increases to fill PA's budget


Wolf says it's a fair and "common sense" proposal that will address the structural budget deficit. The Republican-controlled Senate approved a similar tax in July, along with provisions created to speed up the state's issuance of pollution-control permits for the activities of various industries. Lire la suite »

Huge fire severely damages historic hotel in Myanmar


According to firefighters, the deceased person is male, but his identity is still unknown. Local media reported a woman from Macau was hospitalized in critical condition. It is now owned by the Htoo Group, a conglomerate controlled by Tay Za, a businessman who prospered under Myanmar's former military government. The fire suddenly reached the lower floors too, and there it destroyed the floors and other pieces of equipment in the hotel interiors. Lire la suite »

'Heartbreaking' rise in self-harm among young teenage girls


In about 55% of cases of self-harm, no referral to mental health services was documented. There is some evidence that mental health disorders are becoming more common in this age group, says Kapur. It could reflect better awareness or recording of self-harm in primary care. But it could also be a result of increasing stress and higher levels of psychological problems in young people. Lire la suite »

UAE warns against travel to Madagascar due to plague outbreak


The plague season began earlier this year and the current outbreak is predominantly pneumonic and is affecting non-endemic areas including major urban centres such as Antananarivo (the capital city) and Toamasina (the port city). About 100 people have been given prophylactic who were in contact with the man. Seychelles with over 90,000 people is dependent exclusively on tourism for revenues from the government. Lire la suite »

Crackers sale under cybercrime team lens


Two police officers posted at Mangolpuri police station were suspended for allegedly colluding with a shopkeeper in the illegal sale. Police team raided the premises and arrested one person named Vijay while crackers worth lakhs of rupees were seized, he said. Lire la suite »

Restaurant admits serving Popeyes Chicken, charges $13


A customer called the restaurant out, saying he saw employees carrying Popeyes boxes into the kitchen. "I kindly asked our waiter how they cooked their fried chicken. "I love their chicken". The customers know where it's from. She said she's reached out to Popeye's for approval to officially add them to her menu and hasn't heard back. Lire la suite »

Le Cytotec retiré du marché en mars prochain


De son côté, le Ciane (Collectif interassociatif autour de la naissance) demandait en février 2013 " une information précise auprès des femmes quant à l'utilisation des produits administrés pour un accouchement, ainsi que l'abandon de la pratique de déclenchement par Cytotec hors AMM ". Lire la suite »

L'enfant qui avait contracté la rage est mort — Chasselay


Le petit garçon français est décédé mardi 17 octobre dans la soirée dans un hôpital lyonnais, a-t-on appris de sources concordantes. Après son entrée dans l'organisme (le plus souvent par morsure d'un animal) le virus rabique se propage par le système nerveux périphérique (nerfs) jusqu'au système nerveux central et il finit par toucher le cerveau. Lire la suite »

Essoufflement de la contestation en régions — Code du travail


Ces manifestations et ces cortèges vont une nouvelle fois ce faire sans unité syndicale. Cet appel a donc pour but de maintenir l'élan contestataire en vue d'une "perspective de construction d'une mobilisation unitaire qui mette à bas ces ordonnances", comme l'a déclaré ce mardi Erick Beynel, porte-parole de Solidaires , à l'issue d'un entretien à Matignon au sujet des réformes de la formation professionnelle et de l'assurance chômage. Lire la suite »

C3 : OM-Guimaraes, les compos probables


Evra, Sarr et Abdennour devraient retrouver le XI de départ, tout comme Boubacar Kamara . Alors qu'en championnat, les phocéens restent sur une prestation mitigée (3-3 face au promu Strasbourg), la grande interrogation demeure sur la défense. Lire la suite »

FDA approves second CAR-T therapy to treat lymphoma


In late August , the FDA cleared the first vehicle T-cell therapy, which is designed for children and young adults whose leukemia doesn't respond to standard treatments. Each Yescarta dose is created by collecting and genetically modifying a patient's T-cells, a type of white blood cell, to include a new gene that targets and kills lymphoma cells. Lire la suite »

Minnesotans don't need new ID for a year


Minnesota officials hope to begin issuing the new licenses a year from now, which would require another federal extension since not all Minnesotans would get them at the same time. "With this extension, MVD is on track to comply with REAL ID requirements, and also gives Montana citizens time to prepare for issuance of REAL ID credentials". Lire la suite »

Machine Learning Used to Improve Breast Cancer Detection


When a mammogram detects a suspicious lesion, a needle biopsy is performed to determine if it is cancer. That's where the AI comes in. TUESDAY, Oct. "This is the first step toward the medical community embracing machine learning as a way to identify patterns and trends that are otherwise invisible to humans". Lire la suite »

Les champignons hallucinogènes contre la dépression ?

Ils insistent aussi sur le fait que l'automédication avec les champignons hallucinogènes n'est pas recommandée. Des "champis" pour soulager les dépressifs. " Plusieurs de nos patients ont décrit une sensation de " réinitialisation " après le traitement et ont souvent utilisé des analogies informatiques". Lire la suite »

LLC Has $10.17 Million Stake in Philip Morris International Inc (PM)

Sumitomo Mitsui Asset stated it has 0.63% of its portfolio in Philip Morris International Inc . (NYSE:PM) has risen 16.65% since October 17, 2016 and is uptrending. The original version of this piece of content can be read at Lire la suite »

White Men Can Exercise Themselves To Heart Attacks


The research found that white men who exercise at high levels raise their risk of a buildup of unsafe plaques in their heart by the time they reach middle age. The findings suggested that white men who work out around 8 hours a week or more have almost double the chance of suffering from heart disease than those who exercised less than two-and-a-half hours a week. Lire la suite »

Piedmont Investment Advisors LLC Has $1.99 Million Holdings in Synnex Corporation (SNX)

Finally, Citigroup Inc. boosted their price objective on Synnex Corporation from $122.00 to $130.00 and gave the company a "neutral" rating in a research report on Tuesday, September 26th. The company had revenue of $4.28 billion for the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $4 billion. Synnex Corporation's stock has a beta of 1.07 making it more volatile than the market as a whole. Lire la suite »

International Day for 'Eradication of Poverty' today


In Canada this is a cross-country event sponsored by two national organizations, Canada Without Poverty and Citizens for Public Justice. Coalition for a Poverty Eradication Strategy and the MacKillop Centre for Social Justice. As well as Cornwall in front of the grocery store and near Tim Horton's. High on the groups' priority list are a housing strategy, more assistance for mental health, the right to food as a human right, universal Pharmacare, increases in the minimum wage to a living ... Lire la suite »