Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) smiles after making a 3 point shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers during the second half of an NBA basketball game Friday, April 5, 2019, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Golden State took another step toward securing the top seed in the West, yet coach Steve Kerr has some legitimate concerns as the Warriors close in on the postseason.Specifically, Kerr is bothered by the Warriors’ turnovers and rebounding, two issues that cropped up again and turned what looked to be another blowout into a closer-than-needed 120-114 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess That’s why Kerr seemed so bothered by his team’s breakdowns.“They had about 17 or 18 more possessions than we did,” Kerr said. “That’s kind of our specialty. We like to give other teams an advantage and then have to shoot our way out of it.”Green had 20 points and eight rebounds, Kevin Durant added 15 points and eight assists, and Quinn Cook scored 14 to help the Warriors (55-24) inch closer to clinching the Western Conference in their second-to-last regular-season game at Oracle Arena.With 16,283 points, Curry trails only Wilt Chamberlain (17,783) and Rick Barry (16,447) on the Warriors’ career scoring charts.The Warriors need one more win or a loss by Denver to secure the top spot and home court advantage in the West.ADVERTISEMENT TIP-INSCavaliers: Brandon Knight was called for a technical foul in the third quarter. … Thompson returned to the lineup after getting a day off Thursday in Sacramento. … Matthew Dellavedova remains in concussion protocol.Warriors: Klay Thompson scored 11 points and went 1 of 7 on 3s. … DeMarcus Cousins (load management) and Andre Igoudala (sore left toe) were held out.UP NEXTCavaliers: Host San Antonio on Sunday.Warriors: Host the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles03:12Kevin Durant out with Achilles injury; to undergo MRI on Tuesday02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES View comments Curry is a big reason why Golden State is back on top despite a sometimes tumultuous season. The two-time MVP made 9 of 12 3s and had seven assists in the wire-to-wire win, the Warriors’ ninth consecutive over the Cavaliers.“You knew Steph was going to have a good night because he had a tough night last night,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “He rarely has an off night two nights in a row. He was great right from the outset tonight.”Collin Sexton scored 27 points, one night after becoming the third rookie in Cavaliers history to reach 1,300 points. Cleveland has lost seven straight.“I thought our guys did a good job of continuing to compete and taking the ball to the basket,” Cavs coach Larry Drew said. “We recognize the fact of where we are and who we are at this particular stage. But again, the most important thing is that we continue to plat at a high level, and we did that tonight.”Golden State led by 21, then had to hold off a late flurry by Cleveland.Larry Nance Jr. scored seven points as part of a 12-4 run. Then, Sexton scored on a 3-pointer and reverse layup to pull the Cavs within three points at 115-112.Curry made his ninth 3-pointer, then added two free throws with 7.4 seconds remaining.GETTING THE GOLDGreen presented Nick Young with his championship ring from last season during a ceremony before the game, but the celebration lasted longer than expected and the Warriors were issued a warning for delay of game before tip-off.“The last two years, we’ve had five or six of those celebrations and it usually spills over,” Curry said. “I wish (the referee) would have just gave it to Nick Young because he was taking his sweet time, as he should have.” Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles MOST READ Draymond Green understands Kerr’s reasoning, but thinks the two-time defending NBA champs will be just fine once the playoffs begin.Stephen Curry scored 40 points to move into third place on Golden State’s career list, and the Warriors won despite Golden State’s 13 turnovers and getting outrebounded 12-4 by the Cavs on the offensive end.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“It’s just a focus thing,” Green said of the Warriors’ inconsistencies. “When you’re playing against teams that don’t quite match up talent-wise and are not really playing for anything, it’s hard to keep that focus. It hasn’t bothered me one bit because we’ve locked in at stretches and we’ve had that focus for stretches, and that’s important.”The game had a lot less hype than previous seasons when the Warriors and Cavaliers squared off in four straight NBA Finals. While Golden State is headed back to the postseason for a possible third consecutive championship, Cleveland is limping to the finish with hopes of getting the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. Lakers surprise playoff-bound Clippers DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid
After announcing the Moto G6 Plus earlier this month, Motorola is ready to bring yet another smartphone to India in just a few days. The company has announced via its official Twitter handle that the Motorola One Power will launch in India on September 24. The reason this is important is because the One Power is part of Motorola’s Android One lineup of phones that was announced a few weeks ago. This means the One Power will bring stock Android Oreo with guaranteed timely security updates from Google.When Motorola announced the Motorola One and Motorola One Power last month, the company had confirmed that the latter will be coming to India in October, but it seems the company isn’t ready to wait that long which is why it’s we’re getting the device on September 24 instead. At the time of its announcement, Motorola promised two major Android updates for the Motorola One phones, the first of which being Android 9 Pie, which will be released soon after the phones are launched and then Android Q in the future. This should appeal to long-time Motorola fans who have been a little disgruntled with the company’s speed at pushing out software updates.Motorola One Power specificationsThe Motorola One Power is bigger and more powerful that the Motorola One. It sports a tall 6.2-inch FHD+ display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. As far as design is concerned, the One Power comes with a notched display with a notch that’s almost as wide as the iPhone X. The back is likely made up of metal rather than glass. It also comes with a vertical dual camera setup and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.advertisementPowering the One Power is a Snapdragon 636 chipset which is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with support for expandability. Motorola may announce a 6GB variant as well for the Indian market, but we can only know for sure during the launch event.As for the camera, the One Power comes with a 16MP + 5MP setup on the back and a 12-megapixel sensor on the front. It houses a larger 4,850mAh battery compared to the 3,500mAh battery inside the Motorola One. The phone supports TurboPower fast charging USB Type-C and a headphone jack.Pricing will be key with the Motorola One Power. The Moto G6 Plus was launched in India with a pretty surprising price tag of Rs 22,499. For the specs it provides, the G6 Plus will have a hard time trying to take on competitors in this segment like Poco F1. The company will likely be mindful to launch the Motorola One Power more competitively as we have Android One phones with similar specs like the Nokia 6.1 Plus at Rs 15,999. Notably, the Mi A2 with a Snapdragon 660 chipset and Android One also comes in at under Rs 20,000.ALSO READ: Can the Motorola One Power take on Nokia 6.1 Plus and Mi A2 in India?
Lionel Messi will miss the El Clasico next Sunday and will be out of action for about three weeks after he broke his right forearm during Barcelona’s 4-2 victory over Sevilla in La Liga on Saturday.Barcelona have important games lined up in the next three weeks, where they’ll take on Inter Milan midweek and then next month in Champions League and a weekend game against arch-rivals Real Madrid. He will miss at least two more matches apart from these three.Barcelona’s brilliant victory over Sevilla was marred by the horrific injury Messi suffered. Messi had scored in the 12th minute of the match but a few minutes later, he was trying to reclaim the ball when he ran into the back of Sevilla midfielder Franco Vazquez and fell.In an attempt to cushion his landing, Messi bent his right elbow badly. He immediately looked in excruciating pain and was treated by team doctors. They bandaged his elbow and the Argentine tried to continue but had to be eventually substituted in the 26th minute.”It’s a significant loss. We will notice his absence,” Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said.[INJURY NEWS] Tests carried out on the first team player Leo Messi have confirmed that he has a fracture of the radial bone in his right arm. He will be out for approximately three weeks. #FuerzaLeo pic.twitter.com/kpNcspnfqoFC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) October 20, 2018″We’ve played without him in the past. We will be prepared to overcome this.”Messi was taken to a clinic and the club said tests showed a “fracture of the radial bone.”advertisementMessi is the team’s leading scorer with seven goals in the league after nine matches. He was replaced by Ousmane Dembele on Saturday.”We’ll see how we will play without him,” Valverde said. “We will try to maintain our style.”Barcelona defender Gerard Pique said they have a good enough team to managed the matches without Messi.”We shouldn’t let Messi’s injury affect us,” Pique said. “We have a team good enough to do well in the matches that we have ahead.”The manager speaks. And so do @_nelsonsemedo_, @3gerardpique and @clement_lenglet #BarçaSevilla https://t.co/eQCVavSVGHFC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) October 20, 2018After Messi’s departure from the pitch however, Barcelona struggled more than the scoreline showed. Goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen had to make a pair of remarkable double-saves but the result was enough to give Valverde’s team a one-point lead over surprising Alaves.Sevilla, which had won four in a row in the league, including 3-0 against Real Madrid, dropped to third place, two points off the lead.Atletico Madrid, which drew at Villarreal 1-1, also was two back after nine matches.Real Madrid was four points behind Barcelona, in fifth place.(With inputs from agencies)
India have so far dominated the Boxing Day Test but with Tim Paine behind the stumps, a bit of chatter and banter is never too far away. After needling Murali Vijay in Perth, Paine targeted Rohit Sharma and challenged him to hit Nathan Lyon for a six.Rohit, who had missed the second Test at Perth Stadium last week, was trying to settle down against some tight bowling when Tim Paine decided to have a bit of a chat with Aaron Finch to try and distract Rohit.However, Rohit remained undeterred and scored his first Test fifty outside Asia since 2015. Incidentally, the last time Rohit had scored a Test fifty outside Asia was in Sydney back in January 2015.During a critical moment in the second day’s play, Paine told Finch, who was standing close in: “It’s a bit of a toss up between Royals and Indians for me. But if Rohit hits a six now, I’m changing to Mumbai.”Rohit Sharma leads Mumbai Indians while Ajinkya Rahane, who was at the other end, led Rajasthan Royals in the 2018 season.Rohit and Rahane added 62 for the fifth wicket and were instrumental in India’s eventual 443 for 7 declared. Aaron Finch walked out to face India’s pacers with Marcus Harris and the pair survived six hostile overs.Speaking to the media after the day’s play, Finch admitted Australia tried to distract Rohit but he did not fall for the bait.”We were just trying to have a bit of banter with Rohit. I asked Rohit if we brought mid on up if he’d take us on and go into IPL mode and he didn’t take the bait, unfortunately.advertisement”It was just a bit of good fun, a bit of banter. It was a long time out there,” Finch said.The series has been closely contested but plenty of attention has been drawn by Virat Kohli. The Australian media have questioned his behaviour on the field. Back home in India, not everybody is impressed with Kohli’s on-field behaviour. In fact, Sunil Gavaskar reckoned India started the sledging war and had to be prepared to cop some of it from the Aussies.In Perth, Paine had asked Murali Vijay how he could like Kohli as a bloke. Before the stump mic caught Paine’s banter, he had been involved in a heated verbal battle with Kohli and the duo almost collided with each other before the umpire intervened.Also Read | Admire Virat Kohli but he should behave with dignity: Naseeruddin Shah to India TodayAlso Read | Rohit Sharma hits 1st Test fifty outside Asia since 2015Also See:
Editors’ Recommendations 9 Best Spirits For Spiked Apple Cider Sip On the Original Stormtrooper Beer While You Wait for the Next Star Wars Movie What Americans Need to Know Before Traveling to Cuba Learn Guitar (and Don’t Give Up) With the Fender Play App President Trump is working hard to undo any semblance of the Obama presidency. Among his goals is a rollback of the previous administration’s loosening of decades-old restrictions for American travel to Cuba. If you’re planning a trip to the island anytime soon, here’s what the latest policy news means to you.Will Americans Still Be Able to Travel to Cuba?Under the Obama administration’s relaxed restrictions, Americans could travel to Cuba as part of one of 12 authorized categories. Trump initially used the term “cancel” — which seemed to imply a full outlawing of travel to Cuba — to describe his revised restrictions. However, those same categories are still open to Americans, with just one exception. “Educational travel” (one of the most used and loosely defined categories) will be more tightly controlled. For example, such travel must be with a group and must include a travel or other agent to ensure travelers strictly follow the scheduled itinerary.What’s This About “Military-owned Restaurants and Hotels”?Trump’s new policy primarily takes aim at stripping money (and therefore power) from the Cuban military. This arm of the Castro government owns many tourist-centric properties throughout the island, including hotels and restaurants. American travelers will not be allowed to patronize any such outlet. The best way to know who owns what is to follow your tour guide. The U.S. State Department has also promised that, once the restrictions take effect, it will make public a list of prohibited outlets.How Can I Stay Out of Trouble?While it may seem tedious, travelers should be sure to keep a detailed accounting of where they stay, what they do, and who they do it with while in Cuba. Should you fall under increased scrutiny at the border, hotel and restaurant receipts can go a long way toward proving you traveled and stayed with your group as planned.How Will This Affect Air Travel to Cuba?Many airlines have already begun cutting back on the number of flights to and from Cuba. However, the bottom line is that they will not be affected by these new restrictions. The policy only focuses on how the U.S. government enforces travel among its citizens.What About Cruises to Cuba?It’s likely that travelers on cruises will be far less affected by the new policy. Because cruise itineraries are so well regimented, it’s easy for the government to assume that passengers are strictly following the set itinerary.What Will I Need to Travel to Cuba Under the New Restrictions?Essentially, all the same things you needed before. This includes a passport (of course), a Cuban visa (which costs $50), and additional health insurance (which is required to enter the country). U.S. health insurance companies do not provide coverage in Cuba. However, it can be purchased via a third party or upon arrival in the country.When Do the New Restrictions Take Effect?In short, travel for Americans to Cuba isn’t changing anytime soon. The new restrictions are complicated, and it’s likely they won’t take effect for months, or even years. Americans with existing travel plans to Cuba will not be affected. World’s First Luxury Space Hotel Promises Climbing Wall, Low-Gravity Basketball Courts
zoom Monaco-based tanker shipping company Scorpio Tankers has been tied to the sale of two medium-range 2 (MR2) chemical product tankers, VesselsValue’s data shows. The ships in question are STI Emerald and STI Sapphire and they have been sold for USD 28 million each to an undisclosed buyer.Both 52,000 dwt tankers were built at South Korean Hyundai Mipo shipyard in 2013.The Marshall Island-flagged vessels have a length of 183.3 meters and a width of 32.2 meters.When contacted, Scorpio Group’s spokesperson told World Maritime News that the company has “no comment on this market rumor.”Last month, the company entered into agreements to sell and leaseback three MR product tankers, STI Beryl, STI Le Rocher and STI Larvotto, to China’s Bank of Communications.The 52,000 dwt ships were also constructed at Hyundai Mipo in 2013.Recently, Scorpio Tankers released financial results for the first quarter of 2017 which show that the company suffered a net loss of USD 11.5 million, compared to a net income of USD 28 million posted in the same period of 2016. The decrease was driven mainly by low time charter equivalent (TCE) rates.World Maritime News Staff
Some Canadian medical students who managed to escape St. Maarten before hurricane Irma pummelled the Caribbean island are urging the federal government to help bring home their fellow students who weren’t so lucky.Dulani Samarappuli, of Calgary, who just finished her first year at the American University of the Caribbean School, said she was one of five Canadians from the school who managed to board a Sunwing flight to Canada on Tuesday morning before the devastating storm hit.“My plan was to pack up everything in the house, take shelter on campus and ride it out,” the 26-year-old said. “But the night they said Irma would be a Category 5, I started to get more nervous and so did other students.”Samarappuli said she and four other students decided at the last minute to go to the airport to see if they could catch a flight to Toronto.The Sunwing flight was booked, but Samarappuli said they were told to wait in case some passengers did not show up. Before take off, she said, they were able to board the plane.The massive storm directly hit the island – which is divided between the French St. Martin and Dutch St. Maarten – early Wednesday, damaging its airport and leaving thousands of tourists and locals unable to escape. The devastation caused by the hurricane was followed by widespread looting and robberies.Dutch navy said the security situation on St. Maarten has since improved thanks to patrols by marines and police flown to the island to help overwhelmed local law enforcement. There was also concern that hurricane Jose could hit the island Saturday night, but St. Maarten was spared further damage because the storm passed farther from shore than expected.Now safe at home, Samarappuli said she and about 25 other Canadian students from the school who fled St. Maarten in time have banded together to get all the Canadians hunkering down at the university back home.They started an online petition that had garnered more than 1,500 signatures as of Sunday afternoon to draw attention to the situation in the hopes that Ottawa would do what other foreign governments are doing to rescue their citizens who are worried about their safety and running out of supplies.“They have curfews in place in the evenings to keep people safe and at home, and students are not allowed to leave campus without security guards,” she said. “But they are definitely afraid as far as how much worse it could get.”Samarappuli said some American students have been evacuated from the island by the U.S. military, adding Canada should do the same.Wyncel Chan, of Port Coquitlam, B.C., said her mother and sister were among the many Canadians trying to board another Sunwing flight on Sunday.Chan said her 22-year-old sister, Mariel, is in St. Maarten to start medical school and their mother, Cecilia, went with her to help settle her in.A group of Canadians taking shelter at the American University of the Caribbean School’s auditorium received a text message from Global Affairs alerting them that the Sunwing flight would be taking Canadians back home Sunday, Chan said.The 29-year-old doctor, who now works in Flint, Mich., said once her sister and mother arrived on the tarmac, they were told the flight was full and were turned away.In an email to The Canadian Press, Sunwing said it flew two humanitarian flights from St. Maarten this weekend that carried tourists from Canada, the United States, and Europe.The airline said priority boarding was given to people requiring medical attention and families with children.“Unfortunately, there were way more people at the airport than we were able to accommodate on our 189-seat aircraft.”But, Chan said French, Dutch and American citizens stranded on the island have been getting help from their military to evacuate, but Canadians there are starting to feel abandoned.“I think the people are losing hope. They keep going back to the airport, they keep hearing that they keep getting all these chartered planes,” Chan said. “But knowing that it’s the government coming to help, and not a private company, would at least reassure these people that they are not forgotten.“That’s the sense I am getting from my sister and my mother, and everyone else in our situation, is ‘why is everyone else getting aid and help and we’re not?”‘ she said.Samarappuli said the Canadian government needs to get more involved in the rescue effort, as well as do a better job of keeping family members informed.More than 9,000 Canadians have registered with the Registration of Canadians Abroad Service in the region, Global Affairs said Sunday. Of those, 296 Canadian citizens have requested assistance.Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told reporters Sunday it’s exceedingly difficult to deploy the relief and recovery efforts while the problem is still unfolding and in some cases getting worse.“Everything that can be done to muster help to those who are in harm’s way, and then ultimately to participate in the recovery effort, Canada will be on standby to do everything that we can,” he said. “First and foremost, to protect and serve Canadians, but also to be good neighbours to our American friends and those in the Caribbean who are obviously suffering tremendously.” With files from The Associated PressRelated stories:Hurricane Irma begins assault on Florida Keys‘I’m scared to death,’ says Key West woman riding out stormCanadians in Florida brace for the worst as hurricane Irma descends
OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s former chief of staff Ben Chin will start a new job as a senior adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week.Before joining Morneau’s office in fall 2017, the veteran political aide worked for former British Columbia premier Christy Clark and former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty.Chin, a former TV journalist, will be reporting to Trudeau’s chief of staff Katie Telford starting Friday.He has spent much of his political career out of the headlines — but over the winter his name came up during testimony by former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould about the SNC-Lavalin affair.Wilson-Raybould asserted that Chin warned her staff about the political impact of potential job losses during a Quebec provincial election if the embattled Montreal-based engineering firm was unable to secure a plea-bargain-type deal with prosecutors over alleged corruption in Libya.Morneau has insisted Chin didn’t do anything inappropriate in discussing the SNC-Lavalin case with Wilson-Raybould’s staff.The company is facing a possible 10-year ban from lucrative federal government contracts because of 2015 bribery and fraud charges.The Canadian Press
From replacement kidneys to guns, cars, prosthetics and works of art, 3D printing is predicted to transform our lives in the coming decades as dramatically as the Internet did before it.“I have no doubt it is going to change the world,” researcher James Craddock told AFP at the two-day 3D Printshow in Paris which wraps up later on Saturday.A member of the 3D Printing Research Group (3DPRG) at the UK’s Nottingham University, Craddock nevertheless predicted that use of 3D printing would be limited. “You wouldn’t want to make a cup from a 3D printer because it would probably fall apart, leak or poison you, but you would use it for high-value, beautiful items or replacement parts,” he said.“The real revolutionary factor is industrial use,” he added.Here is a selection of the potential future uses of 3D printing:– ArmsThis is one of the more eye-catching prospects and has attracted a lot of publicity.Californian engineering company Solid Concepts said earlier this month it had produced a metal replica of a classic 1911 shotgun.US entrepreneur and inventor Brook Drumm, however, warned that the process of printing a gun would be slow, expensive and potentially dangerous, requiring lasers at high temperatures, lots of power and hazardous materials.Drumm set up his firm Printrbot to produce printers costing from $400 that print plastic items.Metal printers can cost around $250,000 (185,000 euros) and “the particulates are so fine that your skin could absorb them through the pores. The materials are not safe”, he said.The gun itself — unless made out of metal — would also be unreliable.“There’s a lot of moving parts in a gun and they need to be precise,” he said, adding that he tried to print a plastic gun but gave up because it took so long.“Time-wise, if I was going to print a plastic gun and you were going to go and buy a metal one, even if it took you two weeks to get approval I probably still wouldn’t have it working first,” he said.– ArtFancy a replica of a Viking helmet or one of the Louvre’s most famous sculptures on the mantelpiece?American Cosmo Wenman has used thousands of photographs taken in some of the world’s biggest museums to produce exact plastic copies.Works he has produced include the ancient Greek statue Venus de Milo which is in the Louvre.“If you look at the small print at museums in terms of taking photographs, they say that you cannot put them to commercial use,” he said.“But from a practical point of view that is not enforceable and for antiquities there is no intellectual property issue,” he said.– CarsCanadian Jim Kor’s 3D Urbee car is made out of plastic and stainless steel.The futuristic-looking three-wheeler is electric but uses petrol at higher speeds.Production designer Kor says if a car company mass produced the vehicle it would be possible to keep the price down to around $16,000 (12,000 euros).“We want it to be the Volkswagen Beetle for the next century, low cost and long-lasting too,” he said.“It should last 30-plus years. Our goal is that it should be 100 percent recyclable.”– JewelleryJewellery can made to ensure that each piece is slightly different, known as “mass customisation”.3D printing can also make the production process far less expensive and time consuming.Dutch jewellery designer Yvonne van Zummeren produces a range of jewellery made out of lightweight nylon polyamide.“All my designs are based on works of art,” she said holding a bracelet that uses a Matisse motif.“It enables me to be a jewellery designer much more easily. Otherwise I would have needed a factory in China and a minimum order of 20,000,” she added.“When you are producing something for the first time it means you can adapt and try again very easily until you get the result you want.”– ProstheticsProsthetics can be custom made to provide the perfect match.Electronics could be built in allowing the recipient accurate control of the limb.“It would all be printed out at the same time,” said 3DPRG’s Craddock.– Replacement partsOne-off parts are needed by everyone from NASA to the person who loses an unusual jacket button.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An oilfield service company will fight charges that it assaulted workers on a construction crew by exposing them to toxic chemical releases at a facility in Kenai.A statement released Thursday by Houston-based Baker Hughes says the company is committed to safety and the allegations are without merit.The Anchorage Daily News reports an Anchorage grand jury on Tuesday indicted Baker Hughes oilfield companies and a company manager on assault counts.Five workers with a construction crew said they were injured in a chemical release in 2014.The state indictment says that during construction of a new chemical transfer facility, the workers were repeatedly exposed to toxic chemical releases from an existing chemical transfer facility.The Associated Press
As United Nations officials remain hard at work on several fronts to bring about a peaceful resolution to the crisis in Syria and ensure humanitarian assistance reaches those in desperate need, the world body’s health agency has said it received reports of a polio outbreak in the war-torn country. The UN World Health Organization (WHO) said it received reports on 17 October of a cluster of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) cases, used to describe a sudden onset of the disease. Syria is already considered at high-risk for this and other vaccine-preventable diseases, but it has not experienced a case of polio since 1999.According to WHO, the Syrian Ministry of Health confirms it is treating the outbreak as a cluster of “hot” AFP cases, pending final laboratory confirmation.Initial results from a national polio laboratory in Damascus indicate that two of the cases, detected earlier this month in Deir Al Zour province, could be positive but final results are being awaited from the regional reference laboratory of the Eastern Mediterranean Region of WHO. The Ministry said a surveillance alert issued for the region to actively search for additional potential cases. An urgent response is currently being planned across the country. Meanwhile, in comments to CNN, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos reiterated her call for a ceasefire in Moadamiyeh in Rural Damascus to allow aid agencies access to evacuate thousands of civilians trapped by the ongoing conflict in Syria. “The fighting is extremely brutal,” she said, stressing that relief agencies have long urged ceasefires to ensure that civilians trapped by the fighting can get the assistance they desperately need. Further, the Joint Special Representative of the UN and the League of Arab States is currently en route to Kuwait where he will meet tomorrow with Government officials to discuss how leaders in the Middle East can contribute to making the so-called “Geneva II” conference a success. Lakhdar Brahimi met today with officials in Iraq, following weekend visits with the Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy and the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Nabil al-Arabi, in Cairo.The goal of a second Geneva conference would to be to achieve a political solution to the conflict through a comprehensive agreement between the Syrian Government and the opposition for the full implementation of the Geneva communiqué, adopted after the first international meeting on the issue on 30 June 2012.
If you ask Kushan Azadah, an MA student in Social Justice and Equity Studies (SJES), what drew him to the Racialized and Indigenous Student Experience (RISE) Summit, his answer is simple: “Everything it stood for.”“As a racialized student, I am surrounded in a sea of whiteness, white students, white professors, white curriculum, white scholarship,” Azadah explains. “When I heard of the possibility of attending a summit where I would be surrounded by other students who understood my experiences on a visceral level, I jumped at the opportunity.”Azadah was one of four graduate students who participated in the RISE Summit, hosted by the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) last month in Toronto. Some 200 students from across Canada were also in attendance.The RISE Summit offered panels, workshops and discussion forums on a broad range of issues, such as stereotypes, identities, activism, solidarity and healing, to provide opportunities for participants to seek out the conversations that meant the most to them.A panel on environmental racism was especially meaningful to Firoz Alam, another MA SJES student.“My home country, Bangladesh, is a country of 160 million people equal in size to the state of Iowa. The capital city, Dhaka, accommodates 144,000 people in a single square kilometre,” says Alam. “By 2020, Bangladesh will have 30 million climate refugees. Every single day, 50 children drown due to rising water levels caused by global warming. It wrecks my heart.”Shannon Kitchings, also of the MA SJES, was deeply moved by the daily grand entrance of the National Aboriginal Caucus, led by two indigenous elders.“In addition to being profoundly moving, it reminded me that there have been people facing racism in Canada for centuries. This is not a new phenomenon. In solidarity, we may find peace.”Ha Min Kim, a student in the MA in Critical Sociology, found that participating in the Black Lives Matter protest in Nathan Phillips Square left a strong impression.“This was definitely a memorable event because through the protest, we were able to practice what we learned about allieship. I held a sign that read ‘coexistence through coresistance,’ one of the key lessons I took from the summit.”The SJES program committee supported students’ participation at the RISE Summit because it seemed like an important, though small, move in the direction of making student life more racially inclusive and just, says Mary-Beth Raddon, the SJES Graduate Program Director.“The Summit seemed like a rare opportunity for racialized and indigenous students to collectively foster well-being and, at the same time, explore ways to challenge the racism and colonialism they encounter in the classroom, in the curriculum and generally on campus,” she says“ I hope we can continue to facilitate this kind of gathering and then listen to students’ agendas for change.”Graduate programs, faculty members, the CFS and the Graduate Student Association (GSA) all pulled together to ensure that all four students could attend the summit. Carissa Taylor, the SJES representative on the GSA, canvassed at Brock to collect money to cover registration fees, and the CFS funded the difference.For the students, the summit tied in with both their academic and personal journeys.“In SJES we explore theoretical potentials for justice. This conference was focussed on practical ways to engage in action for justice. I could easily identify practical applications for the theories we have been studying,” says Kitchings.Kim says it was eyeopening.“I witnessed and realized the power of solidarity, which I could have not learned to the same extent by merely being in a classroom,” Kim says.She adds that she was able to connect a lot of social issues that she’s learned about by hearing stories and building friendships with people who experience the struggles on a day-to-day basis.“Combatting racism, sexism, transphobia, among others is an issue not only for the people who suffer most from it,” Azadah points out. “Racism is not only an issue for racialized peoples. We need to recognize our privileges and complicities, and to embrace our shame instead of running away from it or replacing shame with blame towards the people we harm. Embracing our complicity creates the space where allies can be born and real change can happen.”
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code Hot Takedown responds to a packed week in sports, starting with a flurry of MLB contract extensions. We hear from superstar Mike Trout on the factors he considered before recommitting to the Angels. Did the free-agency journeys of Bryce Harper and Manny Machado serve as cautionary tales? We consider the future of free agency in the league and wonder if another strike is in our future. Plus, Neil breaks down the FiveThirtyEight predictions for the baseball season.Our second segment dives into the NCAA Tournament and standout players Zion Williamson and Ja Morant. On ESPN’s “Get Up!” Jay Williams suggests that Morant’s skills will translate better to the NBA. We break down the data to see if that’s the case.For our Rabbit Hole of the Week, we pay proper respect to Rob Gronkowski, who announced his retirement this weekend. While his career may have been short, his impact on the game was monumental.Here’s what we’re reading this week:Neil and FiveThirtyEight contributor Michael Salfino reflect on Gronk’s place as the most efficient receiver the game has seen.The Wall Street Journal’s Jared Diamond does a deep dive into “The Death of Free Agency in Baseball.”FiveThirtyEight’s March Madness interactive.And check back on March 27 for FiveThirtyEight’s complete MLB predictions! FiveThirtyEight
At a Jan. 18 press conference, Ohio State freshman point guard Aaron Craft was asked if he ever had a “Welcome to Ohio State” moment during summer scrimmages with former OSU players. His teammate, freshman forward Jared Sullinger, took the liberty of answering the question for him.“(Former OSU guard) Scoonie Penn calls him ‘Cheese,’ ’cause his last name is Craft,” Sullinger said. “So that was a ‘Welcome to Ohio State’ moment right there. He won’t tell you all, but I will.”As reporters roared with laughter, Craft took the moment to thank Sullinger sarcastically for sharing the formerly private information with the media.“And now that is outside the team.” Craft said. “Thank you, Jared.”Whether they’re joking around in a press conference or connecting on the court, it’s easy to see Craft and Sullinger have had chemistry — both on and off the court — since the moment they met. Sullinger, however, said his and Craft’s friendship was born out of a rivalry that dates to middle school AAU basketball.“What’s funny is, me and Craft was enemies in the eighth grade,” Sullinger said. “I didn’t like Craft ’cause he played for All-Ohio Red and I played for Columbus Jaguars, and they constantly beat our butt until nationals.”The following season, Sullinger left the Jaguars to join Craft’s All-Ohio Red team. Craft said he vividly remembers the moment he found out he would be teaming up with his former rival.“The first AAU practice we had in ninth grade, Jared wasn’t with us at the time, and after practice, our coach told us that he was going to play with us, and I’m not going to lie, I got pretty excited,” Craft said. “I knew who he was; I knew what he could do; and once I finally met him, we definitely kind of just formed a bond.”Alongside OSU freshmen Jordan Sibert and J.D. Weatherspoon, who was ruled academically ineligible for Winter Quarter, Craft and Sullinger continued to play for All-Ohio Red in AAU basketball tournaments during the springs and summers throughout their high-school careers. Sullinger said Craft’s abilities always impressed him, even if opposing teams underestimated Craft.“He played on a team full of black guys. You know how there’s that one guy, they classify him as a shooter? So every time Aaron got into the game they were like, ‘Watch the shooter; watch the shooter.’ And the next thing you know, he blows by you,” Sullinger said. “He’s always been the underdog, and he’s always embraced it, and so being with him for the past four years and just watching how everybody attacks him just because of the way he looks, the way he carries himself, it’s pretty funny.”Opposing teams weren’t underestimating Sullinger. After earning a reputation as one of the top players in his class, Sullinger accepted a scholarship offer from OSU following his freshman season of high school. OSU coach Thad Matta enlisted Sullinger to help to fill out the rest of the 2010 recruiting class.“When I committed to Ohio State, coach Matta said we need to add more people to the class. Not more so, you know, top-ranked basketball players, but solid basketball players,” Sullinger said. “I kept telling him about Aaron. I was like, ‘Coach, get Aaron. You got to get Aaron.’”By the time Matta relented to Sullinger’s plea to offer his AAU teammate a scholarship, it appeared to be too late, as Craft had already committed to play college basketball for coach Bruce Pearl at Tennessee.“When I was first committed, I was definitely just kind of focused and trying to enjoy my high school career,” Craft said. “I was glad to have the decision out of the way, and I was happy with my decision.”To the delight of both Sullinger and Matta, Craft reconsidered his options as his junior year of high school came to a close, and he backed away from his commitment to Tennessee. Less than two weeks after de-committing from the Volunteers, Craft was the newest addition to OSU’s 2010 recruiting class.“Once you started hitting AAU, I mean we had Jared over here and Jordan (Sibert) kind of just plant some things in my ear,” Craft said. “I definitely just had to reevaluate the decision I made in the fall.”Sullinger didn’t deny playing a role in recruiting Craft to join him at OSU.“I threw some text messages once I heard he was reevaluating,” Sullinger said. “Luckily, my buddy here, he came to Ohio State.”Craft said he has enjoyed continuing his friendship with Sullinger at the college level.“I’m just very pleased and happy with how everything has worked out,” Craft said. “It’s definitely just been great to have a person like Jared just beside me the whole way, and just to have that calming hand, and he’s definitely just a great guy to have around at all times.”Sullinger and Craft have played key roles in helping advance OSU to its first 20-0 start since the 1961-62 season. Sullinger said the Buckeyes’ addition of Craft has made his college experience more enjoyable — both on and off the court.“With a player like Aaron Craft, it was the best pickup we got,” Sullinger said. “It’s a real pleasure to have him, one as my friend, and two as a teammate.”
Military guards on duty after the RAF Mildenhall security scareCredit:Geoff Robinson/GEOFF ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY It is being reported that US military personnel opened fire on the suspect as he tried to enter RAF Mildenhall, and that the suspect was then detained with cuts and bruises.So far neither police or the base have confirmed this. “Shots were fired by American service personnel and a man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody.”No other people have been injured as a result of the incident.”Suffolk Police remain on site and further updates will be issued.” A US Airforce base in Suffolk suffered a major security breach when a driver forced his way through the main security checkpoint.American military guards opened fire as the car travelled a significant way inside RAF Mildenhall after passing through a hail of bullets – stopping just metres short of a military aircraft, The Telegraph understands.Suffolk Police confirmed a 44-year-old British man forced his way onto the airfield at RAF Mildenhall on Monday afternoon, having initially entered into a dispute at the base’s entrance.The incident triggered a security lockdown. Suffolk Police confirmed the incident was not terrorist-related and a 44-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass.A spokesman said: “Shots were fired by American service personnel and a man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody.” The driver approached the main gate of the US base, which is manned by both US Air Force personnel and Ministry of Defence police. “No other people have been injured as a result of the incident.” Here’s the latest from Suffolk Police: “We are continuing to deal with an ongoing incident at RAF Mildenhall, it is considered that there is no wider threat to the public or occupants on the base.”One man has been arrested and police are not looking for anyone else on the site.” 3:14PMPolice update: Shots were fired and man detained Members of the public are asked to avoid the area around RAF Mildenhall for the time being. More to follow shortly.— Suffolk Police (@SuffolkPolice) December 18, 2017 Police road block at RAF MildenhallCredit:GEOFF ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY A force spokesman said: “Suffolk Police were contacted at approximately 1.40pm today to reports of a disturbance at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.”The base was put into lockdown and units responded immediately. A defence source said opening fire in such a situation was standard practice for the personnel guarding a base.The source said: “If you enter a military base forcibly you would expect an armed response.” 3:07PMUS military ‘shot at suspect’ 3:45PMSuffolk Police: No wider threat RAF Mildenhall is home to the 352nd Special Operations Wing which carries out missions to support America’s special forces. It is also home to the 100th Air Refuelling Wing of fuel tankers.The air base was built in 1930, but has been a US-operated base since 1959. America has announced its forces will leave the base next decade, some time after 2024.Junead Khan, a delivery driver from Luton, was convicted last year of plotting to behead a US serviceman in Britain outside RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.His trial heard that he may have been planning to carry out an attack on Westminster.It was also revealed that he had posted a video on YouTube called ‘ISIS drives around Westminster’, which featured music praising the terror group. Police are responding to reports of a significant incident at RAF Mildenhall, further details shortly, follow us for any updates.— Suffolk Police (@SuffolkPolice) December 18, 2017 Suffolk Police says officers are responding to reports of a “significant incident at RAF Mildenhall”Credit:Chris Radburn/PA Wire Police have responded to reports of a disturbance at RAF Mildenhall in #Suffolk and a man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody. No other people have been injured as a result of the incident.Read more – https://t.co/GNFFXrwysT pic.twitter.com/KTc7EcUTer— Suffolk Police (@SuffolkPolice) December 18, 2017 Suffolk police said: “Shots were fired by American service personnel and a man has been detained with cuts and bruises and taken into custody. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
IM’s January issue will feature automation, in the mine. But in the processing plant, ABB’s Expert Optimizer has recently been used to automate Boliden’s zinc flotation circuits. The Garpenberg plant in Sweden is benefiting from successful application of Model Predictive Control (MPC) to a complete flotation circuit.ABB says it successfully applied its award winning Expert Optimizer solution to the zinc flotation circuits at Garpenberg. The solution applied MPC to help to stabilise the overall process, and maximise zinc revenue.ABB and Boliden have a long track record of successful collaborations in the field of automation technology and agreed to collaborate on a project to apply MPC to a complete flotation circuit. The aims were twofold. Firstly to stabilise the process to compensate for external factors, such as ore quality changes. Secondly, the zinc revenue should be maximised, through maximised recovery and higher concentrate grade.Successfully optimising the circuit required that three criteria be met. First, the behaviour of the process had to be predicted using a reliable dynamic model of the flotation circuit. Then cost functions and finally operating constraints were incorporated in order to produce a robust MPC application.In order to achieve certainty with regard to the controller benefits, a measurement campaign was started at the end of 2008 and finished in the middle of 2009. The results showed that concentrator efficiency (directly corresponding to revenue) was at least 1% higher when MPC was used, compared with the existing manual control strategy. In addition, the zinc concentrate grade has been higher and more consistent, while the recovery has remained at the same level.Henrik Lindvall, Process Engineer at Boliden, Garpenberg, said, “Following the successful testing period, Boliden is continuing to use Expert Optimizer on their Garpenberg zinc circuit and has continued to report good results throughout 2009”.Expert Optimizer, part of ABB’s cpmPlus suite of applications, is the recommended tool, by ABB, for implementation of advanced process control in general, and MPC in particular, in mineral processing. In addition to the general framework for MPC, Expert Optimiser also includes tools for implementation of soft sensors and artificial intelligence applications.
Un léger séisme enregistré au Pays BasqueCambo-les-Bains, France – Mardi, vers 14 heures, une secousse sismique a légèrement fait trembler Cambo-les-Bains, une commune située au sud-est de Bayonne.La terre a tremblé à 14 heures 7 minutes et 11 secondes. L’épicentre de ce séisme a été localisé à 43,26 degrés de latitude nord et 1,1 de longitude ouest, à 39 kilomètres au sud-est de Bayonne, a précisé le rapport de la Direction des applications militaires du Commissariat à l’énergie atomique. Une secousse que certains habitants de Cambo-les-Bains ont ressentie. Le centre opérationnel d’incendie et de secours des Pyrénées-Atlantiques aurait en effet reçu une dizaine d’appels suite à cette secousse de magnitude 3,7 qui n’a fait aucun dégât.Le 15 septembre 2010 à 15:54 • Emmanuel Perrin
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, October 21, 2017 – Kingston – Newly appointed Opposition Senators, Donna Scott-Mottley and Damion Crawford, were sworn in today (October 20), during the Senate’s sitting at Gordon House. Both, who took the Oath of Allegiance during a brief swearing-in ceremony, fill the vacancies that were created following the resignation of former Opposition Senators, Councillor Dr. Angela Brown Burke and Mark Golding.Dr. Brown Burke and Mr. Golding are candidates in the upcoming by-elections for South West St. Andrew and South St. Andrew respectively, which will be held on October 30.Acting Leader of Government Business in the Senate, and Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr., welcomed Mrs. Scott-Mottley and Mr. Crawford to the Upper House. He expressed confidence that both will contribute to the rigorous debates that are a feature of the Senate’s sittings.“(I hope) they will certainly fall in line with the high standards that we try to keep as a review chamber. We look forward to the kind of cooperation and coordination that we all seek, and we certainly wish you both all the best throughout your term,” he said.For his part, Senate President, Hon. Tom Tavares-Finson, expressed confidence that the new appointees will contribute to the high standards of the sittings.“We trust that your stay here will be (as) long as you desire, and we trust that you will enjoy your stay with us and participate. The persons who have left us, Senator Brown Burke and Senator Golding, have left their mark here, and we know that you will also,” he said.Similar sentiments were expressed by Opposition Senator, K.D. Knight, in his welcome.In her response, Mrs. Scott Mottley, who has also been appointed as Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate, said she and Senator Crawford are committed to the people of Jamaica, and pledged to uphold the dignity of the Senate.“Mr. President, I did not swear that Oath lightly, it means a lot to me. I pledge cordiality, even where we might have disagreements, and I am honoured to have been so warmly welcomed by the Senators on both sides. It is indeed something that my colleague (and I) take very seriously,” she said.Mrs. Scott Mottley, who is an attorney-at -law, served as Government Senator in the early 1990s and again in 2005, while Mr. Crawford, who is a lecturer and businessman, served as Member of Parliament for East Rural St Andrew from 2011 to 2016.Release: JIS
JEGI tracked 155 total deals across the B2B and consumer media and techonology space — roughly the same amount as in the first half of 2016 — but for a combined $25 billion. Taking out Microsoft’s $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn last June, which JEGI categorizes as a “B2B media and techonology” transaction, the 156 deals JEGI tracked over the first half of 2016 totaled just $3.1 billion. That increase in overall deal value, reports JEGI, was primarily driven by a handful of significant transactions among consumer-facing publishers, including Sinclair Broadcast Group’s $7.3 billion purchase of Tribune Media Company. Notable deals on the B2B side include Blackstone Group’s acquisition of Global Sources for $489 million and Aurora Capital’s purchase of Randall Reilly for $230 million. The media industry saw an upswing in mergers and acquisitions activity in the first half of 2017, particularly among consumer-facing publishers, according to the latest figures from investment bank Jordan, Edmiston Group (JEGI). Looking forward, JEGI predicts that the market will remain active, citing strong confidence among both consumers and, in particular, small business owners. JEGI also tracked 33 deals categorized as part of the “exhibitions and conferences” sector, compared with 32 over the first half of last year, for a combined $1.1 billion (down from $2.3 billion a year ago). Major deals, according to JEGI, include Eventbrite’s acquisition of Ticketfly, and Folio: parent company Access Intelligence’s purchase of AdExchanger for an undisclosed sum. JEGI represented AdExchanger in that transaction.
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