United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today voiced hope that countries meeting next year to review the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) will take action to eliminate nuclear arsenals in their entirety, six decades after atomic bombs destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. “The goal of a nuclear weapons-free world is still a long way off,” Mr. Annan said in a message delivered by Nobuyasu Abe, Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs, to the Peace Memorial Ceremony in Hiroshima, the Japanese city struck by an atomic bomb 59 years ago today. Three days later, a second bomb levelled the city of Nagasaki. He noted that while there has been progress in disarmament, especially since the end of the Cold War, tens of thousands of nuclear weapons remain in arsenals around the world, and there have been worrying indications that efforts are underway to develop new types of nuclear arms. “The continued existence of nuclear stockpiles leaves the shadow of nuclear war hanging over our world – particularly given the existence of clandestine networks dealing in nuclear materials and the prospect of terrorists with extreme ambitions gaining access to these materials,” Mr. Annan said. He voiced his hope that next year’s review conference in New York of the parties to the NPT will not only reconfirm the undertakings already made by the nuclear-weapon States to accomplish the total elimination of nuclear weapons, but that words will also be turned into deeds. “On this day of remembrance, let us renew our vow that the horrors experienced by the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 will never be repeated, and that, one day, we will live in a world free of the existential threat posed by nuclear weapons,” he declared. read more

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Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail is likely to present a list of the Janjaweed militia groups – who stand accused of brutal and deadly attacks against civilians in Darfur – it can control during the fourth meeting of the Joint Implementation Mechanism (JIM) in Khartoum.Briefing reporters today at UN Headquarters in New York, spokesman Fred Eckhard said the Sudanese authorities will instruct those militias to stop their attacks and give up their weapons.Starting next week, the members of JIM will travel to Darfur, a remote region in Sudan’s far west, to assess what progress has been made by Khartoum in meeting its pledges.The JIM was set up by Khartoum and the UN last month to monitor the commitments made by the two sides to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, widely viewed as the worst prevailing in the world today.There are more than 1.2 million IDPs living across Darfur, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Most fled their home villages because of Janjaweed attacks or fighting between Government forces and two rebel groups. Another 200,000 refugees live in neighbouring Chad.With many IDPs at risk of disease or malnourishment, the World Food Programme (WFP) has stepped up its relief operations as the annual rainy season – which makes road travel almost impossible in some areas – reaches its apparent peak.Mr. Eckhard said the WFP was concentrating its latest airlifts around El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur, which has been hardest hit by the rains.Meanwhile, Jan Pronk, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Sudan, today spoke to John Garang, leader of the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), by telephone about the ongoing peace talks in Naivasha, Kenya, to resolve the long-running conflict in Sudan’s south.UN officials have said they are hopeful that the SPLA and Khartoum can reach an agreement this year to end the civil war in southern Sudan, which has raged since 1983 and left more than 3.5 million people internally displaced or forced to live as refugees in neighbouring countries.UN humanitarian agencies have expressed concerns about recent reports that some of the thousands of IDPs returning voluntarily to southern Sudan from the north in anticipation of an end to the war are being harassed and abused. read more

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first_imgTEN PEOPLE HAVE been taken to hospital following a gas explosion on a residential street in Essex.Sky News reports that one person is said to have suffered from life-threatening injuries, while another two people are in a “serious condition”.The Essex Police confirmed that 19 houses have been evacuated and that there are ten casualties.The police received several 999 calls to reports of an explosion in Cloes Lane, Clacton at 8.27am this morning.Five emergency ambulances, one paramedic rapid response car, our hazardous area response team (HART) and several ambulance Incident Officers were sent to the scene. Two air ambulances are also at scene and Colchester General Hospitals and Broomfield Hospital have been put on alert.The police added that electricity will be be turned off in Cloes Lane, affecting the whole street for some time and they have asked that people stay away from the area.Anyone who is concerned about friends or relatives can contact Essex Police by calling 101, extension 489803.Read: United Nations denounces the Vatican for allowing priests to rape children> Read: Man (28) dies in accident after car he was working on falls>last_img read more

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first_imgEvery year we tune in to the CanSecWest conference and watch the Pwn2Own challenge commence. This usually consists of browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari getting hacked on the first day. One browser you will notice is missing from that list is Google Chrome, the reason being its sandbox security measures have made it very tough to crack.In fact, Google uses three types of security measure in Chrome that make it very difficult to exploit. They consist of Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR), Data Execution Prevention (DEP), and the most commonly referred to sandbox.ASLR means the data used for the executable, libraries, heap, stack, and address space are never in the same location twice in memory. This makes predictions tough for the hacker making certain types of exploit very difficult if not impossible to use. DEP stops code execution from a non-executable memory region which means the common buffer overflow exploits don’t work. Finally we have the sandbox, which sees each tab you open in Chrome get its own process and is stripped of its rights meaning it can’t affect anything other than itself on the system and in the browser.Tough as all those measures sound and indeed are, Chrome has had its sandbox compromised this week by security company VUPEN. The video above shows the hack using a sophisticated zero-day exploit that manages to run arbitrary code through the browser. Most importantly, it bypasses the sandbox, ASLR, and DEP security measures.The exploit works on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems and executes silently meaning it can be used without the browser or system crashing. In order for it to work a user would just have to visit a website created to take advantage of the vulnerabilities.As it uses new zero-day vulnerabilities VUPEN has discovered, it would be possible to use it on the most recent version of Chrome most of us end users will be running. However, for that to happen VUPEN would need to make the exploit public which it has no intention of doing. The only other way this could be used in the wild is if some other hacker has managed to find the same or similar exploits. Let’s hope not.Read more at Vupenlast_img read more

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first_imgGreece has asked the EU for ‎€480 million euros (US$534 million) in emergency funds to help shelter 100,000 refugees, the government said Tuesday, warning that the migrant influx threatened to overwhelm its crisis-hit resources.“Greece has submitted an emergency plan to the European Commission … corresponding to around 100,000 refugees,” government spokeswoman Olga Gerovassili told reporters.“We cannot bear the strain of all the refugees coming here … these are temporary measures, there needs to be a permanent solution on where the refugees will be relocated,” she added.“Greece has made it clear that it will use every diplomatic means available to find the best possible solution,” Gerovassili said.With Austria and Balkan states capping the numbers of migrants entering their soil, there has been a swift build-up along the Greek border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).Athens had previously warned that it could be stuck with up to 70,000 people trapped on its territory.Gerovassili said there were 25,000 migrants and refugees currently in the country and that FYROM was only allowing “a few dozen” through every day.Over 7,000 people – many of them stranded near the Idomeni border crossing for days – spent a freezing night and awoke under wet canvas among sodden wheat fields.Greek news agency ANA said another 6,000 people were waiting to cross to the mainland after landing on islands in the Aegean from neighbouring Turkey.The spokeswoman said the Greek army was helping feed some 10,000 people.Thousands more are fed by aid and church groups and the government has put out a call for private donations of food, medicine and health supplies.Gerovassili added that migration flows from Turkey showed no sign of slowing down despite the recent deployment of NATO warships to help the Turkish coastguard tackle people-smugglers sending migrants to Greece.“There has not been a significant reduction in the flow…today there were just over 1,000 (new arrivals) which is considered ordinary,” she said.Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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first_imgEvergreen Public Schools will host two open houses this month to present information and answer questions about its proposed $695 million bond measure.The first open house will run from 2 to 3 p.m., and the second from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., both on Jan. 25. Both sessions will be held at the district’s Administrative Service Center at 13501 N.E. 28th St.Evergreen Public Schools is asking voters to approve a $695 million bond measure on the Feb. 13 ballot. The total package will also include an additional $95 million in state matching funds and $12 million in local impact fees.last_img read more

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first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – The National Black Police Association hosted a workshop on police stops in Miami, Saturday morning.Retired City of Miami Police sergeants Roger Smith and Willie Jackson invited the public out to teach them what to do when they are stopped by police. The two-hour event took place at the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse Museum, located at 480 N.W. 11th St.Jackson said the goal of the workshop is to improve race and police relations, as well as refine the image of officers. “In light of all the recent killings of unarmed black males, we felt the need to educate the public, especially the black community, about what to do if you’re stopped by the police,” he said, “because a lot of times situations get out of hand, and things are said and escalate, and people lose their lives.”This effort was initiated by the Miami Chapter of the NBPA and is now a partnership with the City of Miami Retired Police Officers Community Benevolent Association, which manages the museum.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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first_img“People who used to read my weekly sports column in Brandweek now go to NYSportsJournalism.com,” Janoff said. “I’m in the process of moving the content to a more extensive host system that can support a lot of active advertising.”Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, BeyondJanoff has ambitious plans for the “SportsJournalism” brand which, right now, he operates and produces on his own. If he’s able to effectively monetize the site after swapping hosts, Janoff hopes to hire writers and expand beyond New York into Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.“My plan is to get the New York site well established and then build and launch the other sites, so I purchased the URLs to protect them,” Janoff said. “Writers I know in the respective cities have asked to work on the sites, but I want to be able to pay them to do so.“ESPN is just now opening a Chicago-based Web site and they’ve been around a long time,” he added. “I see the online SportsJournalism.com network building faster than that.” Barry Janoff, who served as executive editor and sports editor at Nielsen’s Brandweek magazine since 2001, was laid off last month as part of a consolidation of the editorial staffs across Brandweek, Adweek and Mediaweek. Since then, Janoff has been working full time on NYSportsJournalism.com, a daily sports marketing Web site he launched in mid-January.“I wanted to oversee a daily sports publication, which translates very well to the Web because costs are lower and potential audience reach is much greater than trying to run a daily print entity, especially given the current economy,” Janoff told FOLIO:. The site, Janoff said, competes directly with other sports news sites like SportsBusinessDaily.com and CNBC.com’s Sports Biz with Darren Rovell. So far, he said, traffic is approaching the “five-digit range,” driven in part by e-newsletters which he sends two to three times per week.last_img read more

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first_imgA musician plays taps to conclude the Memorial Day observance at Evergreen Cemetery in 2016. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO)U.S. and Alaska flags were flying at half-staff today until noon in recognition of Memorial Day.Listen nowThe holiday recognizes people who have died in military service.In a White House proclamation, President Donald Trump designated 11 a.m. local time to unite in prayer for permanent peace and asked all Americans to observe a national moment of remembrance at 3 p.m. local time.The proclamation notes this year is the 100th anniversary of the United States entering World War I, in which more than 4.7 million Americans served and more than 100,000 died.Gov. Bill Walker urged Alaskans not to forget the men and women who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice protecting the nation.last_img read more

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first_imgA housewife, who suffered burn injuries allegedly inflicted by her in-laws at Nardahi Charpara village in Kalihati upazila of Tangail early Wednesday, died at the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Wednesday, reports UNB.The deceased is Shapla Begum, 22, wife of Rabbi Islam and daughter of Billal Hossain of the same village.Locals said hearing the victim’s screams around 1:00am, they rushed there and found unconscious Shapla severely burnt.Later, she was taken to Tangail General Hospital. As her condition deteriorated, she was referred to DMCH.Later, the victim succumbed to her injuries at DMCH.However, when contacted, Mir Mosharraf Hossain, officer-in-charge of Kalihati police station, said they did not receive any complaint till filing of this report.Mother of the deceased Marjina Begum claimed Shapla’s husband used to torture her for dowry very often.last_img read more

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first_img X The New York Times reports that the Trump administration wants the Justice Department to investigate and sue universities over affirmative action admissions policies. “And the argument here is that these programs go too far and therefore discriminate by race,” Charles “Rocky” Rhodes, who teaches constitutional law at the South Texas College of Law Houston, said on Houston Matters. In Fisher v. University of Texas, Supreme Court ruled last year  that colleges can consider race as one of many factors when deciding which students to admit. But Rhodes said if the Justice Department moves forward with its plan, schools like UT could be targeted. “You could have a program today that’s too much of a quota,” he said. “And then the Trump administration could certainly sue to prevent that program from continuing.”According to the Texas Tribune, among public universities in Texas only UT Austin considers race in its admissions process. And among private colleges, Rice and Southern Methodist University do.Correction: A previous version of this story said Midwestern State University considers race as a factor in its admissions process. An MSU spokesperson says it does not. We regret the error. Listen 00:00 /01:03 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Sharelast_img read more

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first_img Share National Night OutCity officials are encouraging Houstonians to get together.Now in its 34th year, National Night Out is a crime and drug prevention event for local communities. Organizers say it’s designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate participation in anti-crime programs (like neighborhood watch groups), and strengthen community and police partnerships.Many neighborhoods will be hosting a variety of special events between 6pm and 9pm; like block parties, carnivals, cookouts, and other activities. “We urge everyone to come out, get to know their neighbors, turn on your lights. Let’s have a welcoming environment for each other,” said Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo. “Because, the first time we get to meet our neighbors shouldn’t be when we have massive flooding.”According to the National Association of Town Watch, last year’s event was the largest ever: involving 38 million people in 16,000 communities from all 50 states, US territories and military bases worldwide.Harris County and Houston area residents typically observe National Night Out on the first Tuesday in October.For more information, click here. last_img read more

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first_imgIt has come to light that over 20 people were injured in the head-on collision between a minibus and a car on the Helpmekaar Road on Sunday (May 13).The minibus was travelling towards Ladysmith at the time of the crash.Emergency services responded to the scene.Initial story: Critical injuries in crash along Helpmekaar RoadUpdate: Update: Helpmekaar Road open after crash WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite It was initially reported that the jaws-of-life had to be used to extricate people from the wreckage and that four people were in critical condition.It is now known that a further 19 people were injured in the crash.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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first_imgTransport for London (TfL) has introduced world’s first zero-emission, long-range, all-electric BYD Double-Decker buses into revenue service routes. TfL celebrated the decision to deploy its first all-electric double-decker buses with a special ceremony at London city hall with London’s Deputy Mayor of Environment and Energy, Matthew Pencharz formally receiving the first bus from BYD Europe.“It’s a very exciting moment that this is happening here,” said Matthew Pencharz. “The running costs are much lower and some of the maintenance and operations costs are much lower on the buses. Also, these [buses] are zero-emission, zero-tailpipe-pollution and that is a huge benefit for Londoners.” TfL is putting five of the all-electric double decker buses on Route 98 operated on behalf of TfL by Metroline. Route 98 was chosen given its status as a pollution hotspot in the city.TfL and Metroline would be receiving support from BYD with the installation of fast charging equipment at Metroline’s Willesden Bus Garage in north London. In addition, BYD would also provide driver training for the bus operators. BYD has designed and developed the vehicles to Transport of London’s specifications. The five buses scheduled for deployment are more than 33 feet long and feature air conditioning, seats for 54 passengers with space for 27 standing passengers (81 total).“BYD is pleased to partner with Transport for London to provide this zero-emission, advanced technology buses that will help improve air quality in the greater London area and will also provide costs savings,” said Isbrand Ho. “TfL challenged us to develop a clean, all-electric bus that would meet their service requirements, and we’ve done just that. I hope other transport agencies take note of TfL’s leadership and see that there are no barriers to deploying all-electric buses into service in today’s market.”The buses are outfitted with BYD-designed and built Iron-Phosphate batteries, delivering 345 kWh of power that comes with an Industry-benchmark 12 year battery warranty. The batteries can power the bus for over 24 hours and up to 190 miles of typical urban driving on the service routes with a single daily recharging requiring only four hours. TfL plans to charge the buses overnight using lowcost, off-peak electricity to provide additional cost savings.last_img read more

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first_imgaustraliaBIG4holidays parksThe Wiggles The nation’s most-loved children’s entertainment group, The Wiggles, and Australia’s leading holiday park brand, BIG4, have just announced a three-year partnership that will allow The Wiggles to share the BIG4 experience with a new generation of families.The Wiggles managing director, Paul Field, said the partnership was the perfect fit for Anthony, Lachy, Emma, Simon & co.“Just like The Wiggles, BIG4 delivers great experiences for young families right across Australia. We both share a deep commitment to the positive development of growing families. We could not have picked a better partner than BIG4.”BIG4 Holiday Parks CEO, Steven Wright, was equally excited about a partnership that he deemed a “natural alignment”.“The education values that underpin The Wiggles are strongly engrained in the BIG4 network, too.“We strongly encourage holidays that allow children to explore, exercise, and make new friends while enjoying a great Aussie adventure. So, it makes perfect sense for these two well-known and popular brands to come together.”Mr Wright said the partnership had the capacity to introduce a whole new segment of families to a first-class leisure accommodation experience at an exciting time.“Our family-focused holiday parks have undergone enormous transformations. Not only are they located in the best spots within Australia’s top tourist destinations, but many have bolstered our amenities offering from swimming pools, aquatic playgrounds and splash parks to jumping pillows and kids’ play rooms and clubs.”“Moreover, many park operators curate localised experiences for parents ranging from yoga classes to gourmet food and wine tastings from local producers, all within the best natural and secure surrounds so parents can relax and enjoy their holiday just as much as the kids.”As part of the agreement, The Wiggles and BIG4 will be offering The Wiggles audience a range of benefits and opportunities that will be rolled out in the coming months.last_img read more

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first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   Carson Palmer did not play well in New Orleans. Although he has only played three games for the Cards, this was his worst showing. Palmer completed just over 50 percent of his passes, threw for only 187 yards and two picks. And the offense responded to his performance in kind. Big Red scored only seven points. The offense was relatively anemic on third down and only got into the Red Zone twice. That’s what happens in the NFL when your Q struggles and that’s why quarterbacks get paid the kind of money they do. Most teams go as far as their QB will take them. – / 30 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The problem is you cannot be a successful quarterback in the National Football League if you anticipate the hits or expect the hits. A quarterback needs to anticipate the rush but not the hit; and the only expectation they should have is to be successful. In theory…But theory is not reality and the reality for Carson Palmer came crashing down around him on Sunday — literally. Palmer is going to be fine; he’s not the problem for the Cardinals. He has played very well considering he hasn’t had great protection. But, unfortunately, he has got to settle his soul, accept his plight and bear the burden of responsibility that comes with being a quarterback in the NFL. Being a successful quarterback in professional football translates into big dollars. The rewards are real for crisis management…and so is the punishment. The question is why did Carson Palmer play poorly? And the answer is getting old.The offensive line created a Context of Crisis for Palmer, where every read was a little quicker, every throw a little sooner than it should have been and every decision not as sound as it needs to be. Palmer let the pressure get to him and that is something we have not seen heretofore. When we watch a QB under duress make bad decisions and/or bad throws, we can empathize with why he didn’t execute. It’s completely understandable. Coaches are no different. They look at the film, break it down, pick it to pieces and grade every play with the eyes of one who knows the context of every play in which a QB is operating. They understand the situation…but can never accept poor decisions or ill-advised throws.And this is how I feel about Palmer’s performance on Sunday. It’s unacceptable…but I completely understand how it happens. Getting your back waxed by a 300-pounder is something our brains rail against and warn us of — consciously and subconsciously. Self-preservation and instinct take over and those primal attributes begin to affect our gross motor skills and psyche. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_imgBy Stelios OrphanidesThe unemployment rate in Cyprus fell last month to 7.7 per cent from 7.9 per cent the month before or to 34,000 persons without a job, the European Commissions’ statistical office said.The unemployment rate among men was 7.2 per cent in July while that among women was 8.2 per cent, Eurostat said in a statement on its website on Friday. The jobless rate among youth was 22.4 per cent in April, which was the most recent available figure.In July 2017, the unemployment rate on the island was 10.7 per cent. Last month’s unemployment rate was the lowest since July 2011, when an explosion at a naval base knocked out the main power generation plant on the island causing outages which further hurt the then struggling economy.The unemployment rate in the EU fell slightly to 6.8 per cent last month from .9 per cent in June and in the euro area it remained unchanged at 8.2 per cent, Eurostat said.The highest jobless rate was for yet another month in Greece with 19.5 per cent in May, down from 20 per cent in April, Eurostat said. Spain and Italy followed with 15.1 per cent and 10.4 per cent in July respectively.The lowest unemployment rates were in the Czech Republic with 2.3 per cent, in Germany with 3.4 per cent and Poland with 3.5 per cent, Cystat said.You May LikeFamCapWhere are the women running family offices? | Family CapitalFamCapUndoClearViewEvery Driver Should Have These Cheap Night Driving Glasses. They Are Genius!ClearViewUndoBabala[Gallery] Abandoned Submarines Floating Around the WorldBabalaUndo Data is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoFrom space heroes to artists: women written out of historyUndoFresh case of Blue Nile virus in northUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgAll relevant government departments are rushing to prepare for what the Interior Minster, Constanstinos Petrides said on Wednesday he expected to be one of the most difficult fire seasons so far this summer.Speaking after a meeting with the justice, defence and agriculture ministers and all services and departments involved in the prevention and tackling of fires, Petrides said that preparatory measures are already underway to tackle the heightened danger of rural fires.The increased risk comes as a result of the proliferation of undergrowth across the island due to the extraordinarily wet winter. This undergrowth will dry out come summer, leaving swathes of land covered with fuel for fires.According to Petrides, a total of 3,875 fires erupted last year, some of which could have caused major damage to forests and surrounding communities had it not been for the appropriate preparation and readiness of all parties involved.“Today we requested that all departments prepare themselves for the heightened dangers of this year,” Petrides said, noting that additional urgent measures will be implemented to meet the level of danger.A follow-up meeting will be held within 15-20 days, he said, to assess the development of preparatory measures.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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abducted a dozen children in an attack at the epicenter of the latest deadly Ebola outbreak Congo’s military said Sunday as the violence again forced crucial virus-containment efforts to be suspended “It will be very hard to stop the outbreak if this violence continues” said the World Health Organization’s emergencies chief Peter Salama A regional WHO official told The Associated Press that it was difficult to say how long work would be affected Confirmed Ebola cases have reached 202 in this outbreak including 118 deaths Allied Democratic Forces rebels attacked Congolese army positions and several neighborhoods of Beni on Saturday and into Sunday Capt Mak Hazukay Mongha told the AP The UN peacekeeping mission said its troops exchanged fire with rebels in Beni’s Mayangose area Angry over the killings residents carried four of the bodies to the town hall where police dispersed them with tear gas While some health workers took refuge in a local hospital the protesters destroyed a number of government buildings and blocked all traffic Congo’s health ministry said Vehicles of aid organizations and the UN mission were pelted with stones the UN-backed Radio Okapi reported The ADF rebels have killed hundreds of civilians in recent years and are just one of several militias active in Congo’s far northeast Another deadly attack last month in Beni forced the suspension of Ebola-containment efforts for days complicating work to track suspected contacts of infected people Since then many of the new confirmed Ebola cases have been reported in Beni and the rate of new cases overall has more than doubled alarming aid groups Health efforts in recent weeks had started to show results and this new attack “will bring us back” Dr Michel Yao WHO’s incident manager for Ebola in North Kivu province told the AP Work in Beni was suspended on Sunday and “tomorrow we don’t know yet” Yao said noting that the burials of victims can be tense “We understand We are sympathetic It’s not easy to lose relatives At the same time it could affect the (outbreak) response” The attack came after two medical agents with the Congolese army were shot dead by another rebel group the first time health workers have been killed in this outbreak Congo’s health minister called it a “dark day” for everyone fighting Ebola Mai Mai rebels surged from the forest and opened fire on the unarmed agents with the army’s rapid intervention medical unit outside Butembo city the health ministry said Health workers in this outbreak declared on Aug 1 have described hearing gunshots daily operating under the armed escort of UN peacekeepers or Congolese security forces and ending work by sundown to lower the risk of attack Community resistance is also a problem and Congo’s health ministry has reported “numerous aggressions” against health workers Early this month two Red Cross volunteers were severely injured in a confrontation with wary residents in a region traumatized by decades of fighting and facing an Ebola outbreak for the first time “Our agents will continue to go into the field each day to fulfill the mission entrusted to them” Health Minister Oly Ilunga said “They are true heroes and we will continue to take all necessary measures so that they can do their job safely” On Wednesday WHO said it was “deeply concerned” by the outbreak but that it does not yet warrant being declared a global emergency An outbreak must be “an extraordinary event” that might cross borders requiring a coordinated response Confirmed cases have been found near the heavily traveled border with Uganda In the latest example of the rumors that pose another serious challenge to containing the virus the health ministry said 22 young people in Butembo dug up an Ebola victim and opened the body bag to verify that health workers had not taken organs from the body They ended up touching highly infectious bodily fluids the ministry said “The next day they agreed to be vaccinated” joining the more than 20000 people 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