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Events line up to honor veterans


Veterans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces between November 1, 1955, and May 15, 1975, can register on-site to receive a free pin. He ended the war as his battalion's sergeant major. Veterans Day is Saturday, Nov. 11 and along with special activities in the community that day, a program at Escalon High School scheduled for Thursday will begin the observance. Lire la suite »

CMA Awards: Mary Steele's predictions for country's biggest night


The Entertainer of the Year Award is no doubt the biggest honor of the night. Rhett has had a huge 2017: His songs "Star of the Show" and "Craving You" hit No. "He's my best friend and he's the love of my life and I think we've always been friends so we've always been a cheerleader for the other and I understand that if he walks away tonight and he doesn't take that award home, we're still good and the same and it doesn't diminish what this tour has accomplished", says Yearwood. Lire la suite »

There's no plan to rig poll, muzzle opposition, says APC


He said APC was only interested in winning elections and winning more followers. "The current wave of arrests therefore has nothing to do with the failed anti corruption war but everything with 2019 elections". They shouldn't politicise it". A couple of former governors are invited by the EFCC for questioning on their financial conduct during their tenure in office. Lire la suite »

En pleine nuit, une octogénaire forcée de quitter l'hôpital — Vannes


Seule et affaiblie, elle a dû prendre un taxi pour regagner son domicile, rapporte Ouest-France. Yvonne est alors mise sous perfusion puis elle passe des radios avant d'être installée dans une chambre . " Elle ne mangeait plus, elle était très faible ", explique son fils, François Coupez, à Ouest-France. " Une situation absurde, pour François Coupez". Lire la suite »

ICC opens full probe into alleged crimes in Burundi unrest


The launch of the probe had been kept under seal until Thursday in a bid to help protect victims and possible witnesses. International Criminal Court judges have authorized an investigation into allegations of crimes including murder, rape and torture in Burundi , announcing the decision shortly after the East African nation formally quit the court. Lire la suite »

India clears out panhandlers ahead of Ivanka's visit


Police in Hyderabad , the Indian city of some nine million inhabitants that has become a global tech hub, have launched a massive drive to remove beggars from the streets ahead of White House adviser Ivanka Trump's visit to for an entrepreneurship summit at the end of this month. Lire la suite »

Siemens Warns of `Painful' Power Unit Revamp as Orders Sink

Siemens is shedding operations as it seeks to shrug off its conglomerate structure and remodel itself as an industrial software company. The shares fell 2.6 percent to 120.10 euros at 9:05 Frankfurt. "Of course something has to happen, we don't dispute it, but we do accuse Siemens of waiting until the problem is so big that there will have to be compulsory redundancies". Lire la suite »

Nigeria to investigate death of 26 citizens in Mediterranean sea


Italian prosecutors have began an investigation into the death of the teenage Nigerian girls. The assembly also commended the Italian authorities for immediately stepping into the matter with the hope of resolving the murders. She said it was time to go beyond the mere feeling of horror to taking pro-active, urgent and emergency measures to address the root causes of the exodus, including massive enlightenment on the dangers therein. Lire la suite »

Number of deadly overdoses in BC passes 1100 for 2017


Drug overdose deaths continue to be the most common cause of unnatural deaths in the province. Northern BC witnessed 45 of these fatalities since the beginning of the year, a 12% decrease compared to the same time in 2016. The overdose death toll in Vancouver sits at 281 as of September 30. The statistics show nine out of every 10 deaths occurred indoors. From 2007 to 2015, Kamloops saw a total of 64 illicit overdose deaths. Lire la suite »

OC tragedy: 'Previously healthy' toddler killed by complications of the flu


Hussein Abdel-Rahman Al Rand, Assistant Under-Secretary for Health Clinics and Centres Sector at ministry, said that the initiative is in line with the ministry's strategy to protect the community from communicable diseases and provide universal health coverage and develop the skills of healthcare workers according to the latest global guidelines and increase their knowledge with the most recent information of the disease, including symptoms, transmission, detection methods, treatment, ... Lire la suite »

Sleep-deprivation and being drunk equally influence our brain


Researchers tested 12 epileptic patients who had electrodes implanted in their brains in order to pinpoint the origin of their seizures prior to surgery. Being more exhausted made it more hard of the neurons of the patients to translate the images that they were seeing into conscious thought. The same phenomenon can occur when a sleep-deprived driver notices a pedestrian stepping in front of his auto. Lire la suite »

L'UE rehausse nettement ses prévisions de croissance


La Commission européenne a estimé que la France repasserait sous la barre des 3% de déficit public en 2017, conformément aux règles européennes, mais a pointé un "risque" pour 2018. L'exécutif européen anticipe un déficit public à 2,9% du Produit intérieur brut (PIB) en 2017. Et de pointer "la croissance modérée des salaires" qui par ricochet se répercute sur l'inflation, qui reste à un niveau modeste: +1,5%, cette année +1,4% en 2018, avant de remonter à +1,6% en 2019. Lire la suite »

Metal Gear Solid movie signs Jurassic World writer


Metal Gear is one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful video game series of all-time. It's likely that Connolly will be writing a completely new draft, as the report makes no note of a rewrite. Given the success the franchise has enjoyed via the medium of video games, it seems to be the flawless title to adapt for the big screen. No release date for Metal Gear Solid was announced or teased. Lire la suite »

Un enfant soigné grâce à une greffe de peau génétiquement modifiée


Plusieurs interventions chirurgicales ont été nécessaires pour lui greffer la quasi-totalité de sa peau saine reconstituée en laboratoire, une première. Ils ont ensuite mis en culture in vitro ces cellules génétiquement modifiées, relate ce mois-ci la revue Nature . Avant de procéder à cette greffe, les médecins ont obtenu l'autorisation d'utiliser cette thérapie pour un "usage compassionnel" (donner un traitement expérimental lorsqu'aucune autre solution n'est disponible). Lire la suite »

Breast cancer return risk looms for 20 years

In the past most people with cancer were likely to die within a few years, but medical advances mean patients are more likely to survive for many years – which is why scientists are learning for the first time that tumours can come back so long afterwards. Lire la suite »

Gene therapy gives 'butterfly' boy Hassan new skin


But months later, he had an entirely new coat of skin grown for him in a lab - and soon after that, he was not only saved but playing football. However, they went on to suggest their treatment may not be required for patients suffering from lesser forms of epidermolysis bullosa (EB). Lire la suite »

10 cars collide on Yamuna Expressway due to smog, several injured


He said all the injured, numbering around 30, were rushed to Kailash hospital by Expressway ambulances. According to Dankaur station house officer (SHO) Farmud Ali, at around 8.30 am a Scorpio vehicle on way from Agra side to Noida rammed into a construction material bag that was placed on the expressway near an under-construction bridge, reports PTI. Lire la suite »

Low-priced skin cancer detector takes out 2017 James Dyson Award


By incorporating an array of accurate and affordable thermistors, the sKan is placed on a part of the skin that shows potential signs of melanoma and then tracks its return to ambient temperature after being cooled. In September, they announced the Singapore national victor, PERI, developed by a group of students from the Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD) who won £2,000 to further their idea. Lire la suite »

Sheriff: Deltona couple shot themselves in fake home invasion


The Volusia County Sheriffs office said they are in custody for falsely reporting a violent home invasion. That's right, kids, they shot themselves. During the course of the almost two-week investigation, detectives learned Teixeira and Pelton had no money, and Pelton's father was paying their living expenses. Lire la suite »

Trading Review: Looking at the Technicals for S&P Dividend SPDR (SDY)

Moving averages are considered to be lagging indicators meaning that they confirm trends. Bill Williams developed this indicator on the basis of earlier existed MACD and made a number of changes. Levels above -20 may indicate the stock may be considered is overbought. CCI generally measures the current price relative to the average price level over a specific time period. Lire la suite »

United Nations agencies concerned about blocked humanitarian access in Yemen, deaths of civilians


Yemen is facing a mass starvation that will affect millions of lives unless the Saudi-led coalition ends its blockade and allows aid deliveries into the country, the United Nations humanitarian chief has warned. Jens Laerke, Geneva spokesperson for the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), said humanitarian operations are now blocked due to the closure of air and sea ports in Yemen. Lire la suite »