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Queens man burned by exploding parcel dies; Police press search for sender


Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce says the package , which was in the shape of an oatmeal container, had been left on his doorstep and was rigged to detonate when opened. In once instance, the man tased a 69-year-old jogger, pushed her to the ground and then raped her . Authorities said Andrade's DNA was on a beer bottle the victim pulled out of his back pocket while she was struggling with him, according toABC 7. Lire la suite »

Brokers Change Their Target Price On Packaging Corporation Of America (NYSE:PKG)


The Company, through its banking and various non-bank subsidiaries, throughout the United States and in worldwide markets, provides a range of banking and non-bank financial services and products through four business segments: Consumer Banking, which comprises Deposits and Consumer Lending; Global Wealth & Investment Management, which consists of two primary businesses: Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management and U.S. Lire la suite »

Menace sur la pollinisation: le côté obscur de la lumière artificielle


Ils ont constaté une diminution de 62 % des visites de pollinisateurs nocturnes dans les champs qui étaient éclairés artificiellement par rapport à ceux sans pollution lumineuse. Comme la pollution lumineuse réduit le succès reproducteur de plantes sur lesquelles des pollinisateurs diurnes viennent se nourrir, cela peut entraîner à terme une baisse des ressources alimentaires disponibles pour ceux-ci. Lire la suite »

Rohingya Crisis: OIC for interfaith dialogue


Rohingya are denied citizenship by the Myanmar government, which officially labels them Bengalis - suggesting they are illegal immigrants from neighboring Bangladesh. The OIC, which represents 57 states, told Myanmar, "we call on the Myanmar government to ensure human rights for the Rohingyas". Bangladesh has been asking Myanmar time and again to take its nationals back to their homelands as more than 70,000 Rohingya crossed into Bangladesh facing the recent spate of violence in October past ... Lire la suite »

No Mickey Mouse move - ex-Disney CEO completes Portsmouth takeover


He has also pledged to form a heritage board which would protect the club's name, colours, badge and guard, while preventing relocation to a ground more than 15 miles from Portsmouth city centre. "We've come to know the Pompey community in recent months and we're extremely impressed by their passion, dedication and love for their club". The top-level Premier League is the most lucrative globally, with the domestic TV rights alone to league matches commanding more than £5 billion in the last ... Lire la suite »

Un fuerte sismo despertó de su siesta a los sanjuaninos


El epicentro puntual fue a 223 kilómetros al noroeste de La Rioja, a 310 kilómetros al oeste de San Fernando Del Valle de Catamarca, y a 73 kilómetros al oeste de Vinchina. El organismo agregó que el temblor se registró a 18,6 grados latitud norte y 70,4 grados longitud oeste. Según reporte de la Defensa Civil, el movimiento de tierra se sintió en el Gran Santo Domingo, Pedro Brand e incluso en Cotuí. Lire la suite »

Gulf Dead Zone Largest Ever This Year


Dead zones can cause a loss of fish habitat, or force fish to migrate to other areas to survive. She and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released the latest measurement Wednesday. There has already been evidence of dead zones impacting the shrimp industry. Dead zones occur in many areas of the country, particularly along the East Coast, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Great Lakes, but there is no part of the country or the world that is immune. Lire la suite »

Des chercheurs ont réussi à modifier l'ADN d'embryons humains


Choisir la couleur des yeux ou des cheveux de son futur bébé, pourrait alors devenir possible. Cette méthode "peut potentiellement servir à prévenir la transmission de maladies génétiques aux générations futures", a commenté lors d'une conférence de presse l'un des auteurs de l'étude, Paula Amato. Lire la suite »

Revolutionary breast cancer treatment shows fewer side effects


Researchers studied 2,018 women aged 50 and over at 30 radiotherapy centres across the UK. Professor Arnie Purushotham, Cancer Research UK's senior clinical adviser, said: 'One of the challenges when treating early stage breast cancer is trying to minimise the side effects that can have a real impact on a woman's life, without affecting the chances of curing her. Lire la suite »

Florida reports 1st sexually transmitted Zika case in 2017


There is no evidence of ongoing transmission of Zika by mosquitoes in any area of Florida, the report said, while adding that it is important to remember Zika can also be transmitted sexually and precautions should be taken if couples are travelling to places where Zika is active. Lire la suite »

Un garçon de 8 ans meurt lors d'une sortie en canyoning — Hautes-Alpes


Les secouristes de la CRS des Alpes ont tout fait pour le sortir de l'eau puis pour le ramener à la vie avec les pompiers des Hautes-Alpes mais en vain. Selon nos informations, la sortie de canyoning qui se déroulait en groupe était encadrée par des professionnels. Les investigations sont en cours et un officier de police judiciaire était encore sur place en fin d'après-midi. Lire la suite »

MTN returns to H1 profit, posts $294m


MTN said on Thursday in Johannesburg that it's earnings for first-half of the year had rebounded. Its subscribers fell 3.6 percent to 232 million due to losses in Nigeria, its biggest market, and Ghana. Shuter, along with his new executive team that include the new head of M&A Stephen van Coller and finance head Ralph Mupita, may have other tricky issues to tackle in Nigeria and also Iran. Lire la suite »

AbbVie Inc. (ABBV) Shares Sold by Cwm LLC

It also reduced Pfizer Inc (NYSE:PFE) stake by 84,096 shares and now owns 561,242 shares. Moreover, Pekin Singer Strauss Asset Mngmt Il has 0.3% invested in AbbVie Inc (NYSE: ABBV ). The business also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Tuesday, August 15th. Investors of record on Friday, July 14th will be given a $0.64 dividend. Lire la suite »

Breast surgeon's sentence for needless operations 'unduly lenient'


Ian Paterson, 59, carried out mastectomies that left his victims disfigured and traumatised. He was convicted of crimes against 10 patients in May and sentenced to 15 years. Lady Justice Hallett said the trial judge had faced a hard and "unprecedented" sentencing exercise. Buckland argued on Thursday that Paterson's offending was "so serious and so exceptional" that a jail term "significantly higher" than 15 years was required. Lire la suite »

Hang-up on bungee jump leaves 3 people needing rescue at fair


Roger Rodriguez, 19, said that he was suspended about 30 feet into the air for at least 20 minutes Wednesday night at the Ventura County Fair. Firefighters eventually arrived on the scene where they began working on safely freeing Eddie Rodriguez and an unidentified fair employee from a steel cage above the crane. Lire la suite »

Mysterious braid-chopping incidents continue to spread scare


She alleged her daughter's' hair was also chopped off. Police is mulling to conduct a narco analysis test to ascertain the validity of the complaint, said one of the daughters of the complainants. Responding to the rumours and law and order defying incidents, Uttar Police also issued an advisory requesting people to not to pay heed to rumours. Lire la suite »

Exploding Zombie Caterpillars Discovered in English Countryside Death March


Dr. Miller was carrying out a scientific study of butterflies in Winmarleigh Moss, near Garstang, when a odd sight caught his attention: he saw a caterpillar hanging from the end of a branch of a small bush. The caterpillars had been attacked by a type of baculovirus-a family of pathogens that infect invertebrates, most often larval moth species. This dissolves into the stomach, from which the virus gains access to the host's body. Lire la suite »

NHS England announces start of three-year PrEP trial


In addition, to support the study, NHS England said it had "concluded a successful worldwide competitive procurement to source the PrEP drugs for the trial". "We warmly welcome this announcement". NHS England has, in the last few minutes, announced the date for the start of PrEP trials. In 29 days time, we could be marking the beginning of the end for HIV transmission in England, once PrEP is being put to use alongside other HIV prevention tools, such as condoms, testing and treatment. Lire la suite »

Global blindness set to 'triple by 2050 — BBCI


The proportion of people with blindness and visual impairment is actually steadily declining, but because the global population is growing and people are living for longer, the number of people affected by blindness is substantially increasing. Lire la suite »

Kemper Corporation (KMPR) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results

Meyer Handelman Co.'s holdings in Kemper Corporation were worth $576,000 as of its most recent SEC filing. A number of other hedge funds and other institutional investors have also added to or reduced their stakes in the company. During the same period in the prior year, the business posted $0.08 earnings per share. Kemper Corporation's revenue for the quarter was up 9.1% compared to the same quarter previous year. Lire la suite »

LaLiga Rejects PSG's €222m Payment For Neymar


Earlier, Barcelona announced on the social media that boss Ernesto Valverde had allowed the Brazilian to miss training on Wednesday, suggesting he is all but set to leave. He had arrived in Spain on Tuesday night after holding publicity events for both his personal brand and Barcelona in China. To be honest, I'd rather not to talk about this matter now. Lire la suite »

Netflix making a series on Aravind Adiga's 'White Tiger'


The first one, titled " Selection Day ", based on the book by author Aravind Adiga , will deal with cricket and corruption. " Selection Day " will be produced in partnership with Seven Stories , the United Kingdom based production company of filmmakers Sharon Maguire (" Bridget Jones' Baby ") and Anand Tucker (" Leap Year "). Lire la suite »

108 millions d'aveugles attendus dans le monde en 2050 — Santé


Pour contenir ce phénomène, des investissements sont nécessaires et indispensables pour mettre en place de nouveaux traitements. L'étude parue dans la revue britannique " The Lancet Global Health " et dont est tirée cette conclusion, note d'ailleurs que la prévalence globale de la cécité a diminué tout comme le taux de déficience visuelle . Lire la suite »

Revenue Estimates Analysis Olin Corp. (OLN)

Bank of New York Mellon Corp boosted its stake in Olin Corporation by 51.8% in the first quarter. Point72 Asset Management L.P. owned about 0.13% of Olin Corporation worth $7,189,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. While in the same Quarter Previous year, the Actual EPS was $-0.01. The business also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Monday, September 11th. Lire la suite »