first_imgSan Francisco: Micro-blogging site Twitter has decided to eliminate the option of letting users add their precise location details like latitude and longitude as part of their tweets. “Most people don’t tag their precise location in tweets, so we’re removing this ability to simplify your tweeting experience,” Twitter Support posted on Wednesday. However, the company said users would still be able to add precise location tags in tweets captured through the app’s camera. Also Read – Spotify rolls out Siri support, new Apple TV app “You’ll still be able to tag your in tweets through our updated camera. It’s helpful when sharing on-the-ground moments,” the company added. While the announcement gathered several newer reactions, comments and opinions, some users stuck to their demand asking the micro-blogging site to add the abilility to edit tweets on the platform. Questioning the platform on displaying the “Twitter for Android” or “Twitter for iOS” label benethe posts a user wrote: “Also why mention the device being used?” Also Read – New Instagram tool to help users spot phishing emails Twitter users can opt out of location-sharing features in its “privacy and safety” menu. Users who do not wish to share their precise location details should continue keeping the feature turned off for as long as it is still available in Twitter’s camera, TechCrunch reported. After the precise location-sharing feature for tweets is removed, users who want to share where they are can do so through services like independent location data platform Foursquare, the report added.last_img read more

first_imgThe Canadian Press OTTAWA — A former Enbridge executive has been appointed to head a committee that will advise the federal government as it consults with Indigenous communities that want a financial stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Linda Coady will lead a group of experts that will help the government during the engagement process.Coady was chief sustainability officer for Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. and was the former co-chair of the government’s Generation Energy Council.The government says a number of Indigenous communities have expressed interest in participating economically in Trans Mountain through equity and revenue sharing.Morneau sent letters on July 9 to the 129 potentially affected Indigenous communities, or their delegates, that might have an interest in securing economic partnership in the oil pipeline.The letters say the government will host discussions with First Nations this month in Ottawa, Victoria, Vancouver, Kamloops, B.C., and Edmonton that will determine what that potential economic participation could look like. “The Trans Mountain expansion project presents a real economic opportunity – for Canadians, and for Indigenous communities,” Morneau said in a release Friday. “With the approval of the project, we can begin discussions with the many communities that may be interested in becoming partners in getting Canada’s natural resources to market.“Our government looks forward to moving the project forward in a way that reflects our commitment to reconciliation.”Morneau said the government intends the engagement process to be “open and fair.”He said the discussions will be guided by the idea that participation of Indigenous communities could help their economic development, that the government bought Trans Mountain to benefit all Canadians, and that the pipeline will be built and operated on a commercial basis.Morneau said Indigenous communities that are unable to attend the meetings can meet by teleconference or submit views in writing.Other interested parties, including the general public, can also have their say until Aug. 30.Earlier this summer an Indigenous-led group called Project Reconciliation said it could make a bid for majority ownership of the pipeline.The group said almost 340 Indigenous communities across British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan could choose to share ownership in the project that would ship crude from the Alberta oilsands to the west coast and from there to overseas markets.But another organization called the Western Indigenous Pipeline Group has argued that Trans Mountain should be owned by communities actually located on the route as they are most at risk from an oil spill.The proposal to twin an existing pipeline between Edmonton and Burnaby, B.C., was first approved by cabinet in 2016, but resistance to it by the British Columbia government, environmentalists and some Indigenous groups grew.The federal government purchased the existing line last year from Texas-based Kinder Morgan for $4.5 billion when the company threatened to walk away because of the uncertainty.The Federal Court of Appeal shelved the original approval last summer and the federal government approved the pipeline expansion again in June after a second round of consultations with First Nations.Last month, six First Nations filed another legal challenge against the project, saying Canada’s ownership of the corporation created a bias that prevented full consultations as ordered by the courts.last_img read more

first_imgPhillips is proud to present David Beckham: The Man a unique public viewing and gala auction in support of 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund and Positive View Foundation.This innovative international gala auction is part of a high profile three-year global philanthropic programme and exhibition of signed contemporary photography featuring and celebrating David Beckham. This inaugural and high-profile event features more than 50 original signed works, some previously unseen, by 27 internationally acclaimed photographers including: Annie Leibovitz, Inez & Vinoodh, Mert & Marcus, Mario Sorrenti, Peter Lindbergh, Sam Taylor-Johnson and Steven Klein. Work has been specially commissioned for David Beckham: The Man from Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Nadav Kander and Tessa Traeger.The works will be on view at Phillips’ European Headquarters at 30 Berkeley Square in London from Saturday, 27 February until they are sold at auction on Thursday, 10 March.“This wonderful project in support of my own 7 Fund at UNICEF and Positive View Foundation will help create change for children and disadvantaged young people around the world.” says David Beckham.Kathy Adler, curator of ‘David Beckham: The Man’ and former Director of Education at the National Gallery, London, says: “David Beckham is the quintessential modern man, his fame far exceeding that of a sportsman. He is universally recognised, an icon of modern masculinity and a magnet for photographers. His appeal is ubiquitous: he is happy being a gay icon, a teenage idol, a spokesperson for sport, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. He has redefined counter-cultural concepts such as tattooing and brought them into the mainstream. On the body of a classical Adonis, lean, lightly muscled and perfect, he has written a dense and complex biography through the ongoing inking of names, texts (in several languages) and numerals relating to key events and to his all-important family. The photographs constitute a narrative of Beckham’s life and of the position he occupies in contemporary culture. He has constantly challenged notions of masculinity, from the famous sarong-wearing appearance to the many images of him as a devoted husband and father.”Damien Whitmore, Creative Director, Phillips, says: “Phillips is delighted to be presenting this important sale of unique works by some of the world’s leading artists – inspired by one of the world’s most famous men. We are equally delighted to be supporting the incredibly important work being done by UNICEF and Positive View.”last_img read more

first_imgPARIS – Eighteen climate scientists from the U.S. and elsewhere hit the jackpot Monday as French President Emmanuel Macron awarded them millions of euros in grants to relocate to France for the rest of Donald Trump’s presidential term.The “Make Our Planet Great Again” grants — a nod to Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan — are part of Macron’s efforts to counter Trump on the climate change front. Macron announced a contest for the projects in June, hours after Trump declared he would withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord.More than 5,000 people from about 100 countries expressed interest in the grants. A majority of the applicants — and 13 of the 18 winners — were U.S.-based researchers.Macron’s appeal “gave me such a psychological boost, to have that kind of support, to have the head of state saying I value what you do,” said winner Camille Parmesan, of the University of Texas at Austin. She will be working at an experimental ecology station in the Pyrenees on how human-made climate change is affecting wildlife.In an interview with The Associated Press, Parmesan described funding challenges for climate science in the U.S. and a feeling that “you are having to hide what you do.”Trump has expressed skepticism about global warming and said the Paris accord would hurt U.S. business by requiring a reduction in climate-damaging emissions.“We will be there to replace” U.S. financing of climate research, Macron told the winners in Paris on Monday.“If we want to prepare for the changes of tomorrow, we need science,” he said, promising to put in place a global climate change monitoring system among other climate innovations.The research of the winning recipients focuses on pollution, hurricanes and clouds. A new round of the competition will be launched next year, alongside Germany. About 50 projects will be chosen overall, and funded with 60 million euros ($70 million) from the state and French research institutes.Initially aimed at American researchers, the research grants were expanded to other non-French climate scientists, according to organizers. Candidates need to be known for working on climate issues, have completed a thesis and propose a project that would take between three to five years.The time frame would cover Trump’s current presidential term.French officials have not revealed the value of the grants, but said the amount varies by project. Senior researchers were eligible for awards of up to 1.5 million euros ($1.7 million), the president’s office said.Some French researchers have complained that Macron is showering money on foreign scientists at a time when they have been pleading for more support for domestic higher education.Macron unveiled the first winners at a startup incubator in Paris called Station F, where Microsoft and smaller tech companies announced projects to finance activities aimed at reducing emissions.Monday’s event is a prelude to a bigger climate summit Tuesday aimed at giving new impetus to the Paris accord and finding new funding to help governments and businesses meet its goals.More than 50 world leaders are expected in Paris for the “One Planet Summit,” co-hosted by the U.N. and the World Bank. Trump was not invited.Other attendees include Arnold Schwarzenegger, who took a spin on a Parisian electric bike Monday to call attention to health problems caused by pollution.The Hollywood star and former California governor argued that Trump’s rejection of the Paris climate accord doesn’t matter, because companies, scientists and other governments can “pick up the slack” to reduce global emissions.___Angela Charlton and Catherine Gaschka in Paris contributed.last_img read more

Soleil Balanga was killed in the town of Monkoto, in the northern province of Equateur, after having used a megaphone to broadcast news in the streets of his town after the transmitter of his local radio station, Monkoto Soso Aleli, had broken down.“I am shocked by the brutal murder of Soleil Balanga, which I strongly condemn,” Irina, Bokova, UNESCO Director-General said today in a statement. “I call on the authorities to bring those responsible for this killing to justice. Violence cannot be allowed to silence reporters and deprive the public of information it is entitled to receive.”The Director-General issues statements on the killing of media workers in line with Resolution 29 adopted by UNESCO Member States at the Organization’s General Conference of 1997, entitled ‘Condemnation of Violence against Journalists.’ These statements are posted on a dedicated webpage, which outlines the Organization’s mandate to ‘further universal respect for justice, for the rule of law and for the human rights and fundamental freedoms which are affirmed for the peoples of the world, without distinction of race, sex, language or religion, by the Charter of the United Nations.’As part of efforts to realize that purpose, UNESCO collaborates in advancing the mutual knowledge and understanding of peoples, through all means of mass communication, and as part of that, the Director-General condemns all assassinations and physical violence against journalists as a crime against society, since such attacks curtail freedom of expression and, as a consequence, other rights and freedoms set forth in international human rights instruments. read more

Andrea Doucet is Brock’s newest Canada Research Chair.Brock’s newest Canada Research Chair, Andrea Doucet, is an internationally recognized expert in caregiving and work-life balance.Doucet, a professor in Sociology and Women’s Studies, was announced today as Brock’s 13th Canada Research Chair. The news was part of a national announcement identifying today’s brightest research stars across the nation.As Canada Research Chair in Gender, Work and Care, Doucet will address the challenges faced by modern families, including the inequalities still present in the way women and men are compensated for their work, and perceptions around how they care for their families. Her work will affect policy and community measures in Canada, and in other western countries.Doucet comes to Brock from Carleton University, where she was a professor of sociology. She wrote the award-winning book Do Men Mother? and is the editor of the international academic journal Fathering. She is currently completing a book on bread-winning mothers and caregiving fathers.“We are thrilled to have Professer Doucet joining our faculty,” said Thomas Dunk, Dean of Social Sciences. “Her extensive research record and deep experience, along with her passion for her field, further bolsters our recognized educational and research strengths in social justice issues and community engagement.”Today’s announcement, made by Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology), included 253 new or renewed Canada Research Chairs at 56 institutions across Canada, with a total award investment of $204 million. This federal investment attracts and retains some of the world’s most accomplished and promising researchers, allowing Canadian institutions to strengthen their position as global research leaders in research and development. read more

The NCAA says the number of enforced targeting penalties in the Football Bowl Subdivision this regular season was the same as in 2017, ending four straight years of increased calls.NCAA national co-ordinator of officials Rogers Redding reported 179 enforced calls in 817 games compared with 179 in 816 games last season.The final 2017 report originally listed 188 enforced calls, but Redding said the numbers are sometimes adjusted after an off-season review. The NCAA compiles its numbers through reports submitted each week by conferences.___More AP college football: and Olson, The Associated Press

first_imgChurchgoers from the St Constantine and St Helen’s Greek Orthodox Church on Barry St will be protesting against an application to close Elizabeth St in South Yarra for a craft market on Sundays. The backlash to the application, put forward by Prahran Market, was due to parishioners being worried that car access to the church will be made difficult. Elizabeth St, where the craft market is to be situated, runs off Chapel St between Prahran Market and the car park. It is therefore essential for churchgoers to drive through Elizabeth St to get to Barry St, which is closed off from Chapel St.The church is also concerned a Sunday craft market on Elizabeth St will impact on church services and ceremonies, due to an increase in noise levels, and parking space taken up by stall holders and the increase on casual users. Councillor Tas Athansasopoulos said there is a risk that market goers will use the free parking in front of the church instead of the paid parking nearby.“The elderly people who use the parking nearest to the church will be disadvantaged,” Mr Athansasopoulos said. The councillor added the market had been put up previously in 2002, but it was not successful and only lasted about three or months before it was closed down. “I don’t see why they would set up the market in the same location now,” he said. Mr Athansasopoulos has proposed an alternative permit for rotary to run a craft market in the Cato St car park, where there would be more room and potential drive greater traffic to Prahran Market. Parishioners from St Constantine and St Helen’s church will demonstrate against the application outside Stonnington Town Hall on Monday 2 April on 7:00 pm. The council plans to make a decision on matter the same day. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_img KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – There are some things you need to keep in mind if your little ones will be out trick-or-treating.Claudia Cardenas from American Medical Response joined us Monday evening with more on Halloween safety. Trick-or-treating safety tips with Claudia Cardenas Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter October 30, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Posted: October 30, 2018last_img read more

first_imgA Bangladesh border guard looking at Rohingya refugees at the Jalpatoli refugee camp in the no-man’s land area between Myanmar and Bangladesh, near Gumdhum village in Ukhia. Photo: AFPAs thousands of Rohingya Muslims flee persecution in their country, an international peoples tribunal on alleged atrocities and state crimes against the Rohingya, Kachins and other ethnic minority groups in Myanmar began its hearing from Monday in Malaysia.The convener of the opinion tribunal is the Rome-based Permanent People’s Tribunal (PPT), an international public opinion tribunal that operates independent of state authorities.The purpose of the tribunal is to “expose” the alleged inhuman treatment to Rohingyas and push to stop the crimes. It will hear victims from the Myanmar ethnic communities, record their testimonies on their experiences in a court-like setting.The process will be similar to a hearing, with the Myanmar ethnic groups testifying before a seven-jury member in Kuala Lumpur from 18-22 September at Universiti Malaya’s Faculty of Law.India jurist Bellur Narayanaswamy SriKrishna, a retired Supreme Court judge, was to be part of the jury but he could not come.On 22 September, the tribunal will make a conclusion based on oral testimonies on the atrocities and give findings to the United Nation’s Fact Finding Mission that was tasked to send its official to Yangon.The findings are not legally binding and cannot be enforced by law.On 6 and 7 March this year a similar tribunal was held in London which concluded that the UN and Asean had to take swift action against Myanmar to stop the crimes against minorities groups.Since it was set up in 1979, PPT has held hearings on collective human rights violations around the world.The Rohingya, a stateless mostly Muslim minority in Buddhist-majority Rakhine, have long experienced persecution in Myanmar, which calls them illegal immigrants.Rights groups accused the Myanmar military of burning Rohingya villages, raping women. But the Army said it was responding to attacks by militants and has denied targeting civilians.According to the UN, 391,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since violence broke out in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state on 25 August.The current humanitarian crisis began following an attack by the insurgent Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on police and military posts in the northwestern state of Rakhine that had led to a violent offensive by the Myanmar Army.last_img read more

first_imgDonald TrumpBritain has appealed to US president Donald Trump not to abandon the Iran nuclear deal as a key deadline approaches, saying that while it is not perfect there is no better alternative.The call came in an op-ed piece in The New York Times that was signed by foreign secretary Boris Johnson, ahead of a meeting with officials from the US administration in Washington on Monday.Trump has threatened to withdraw from the agreement when it comes up for renewal on 12 May, demanding his country’s European allies “fix the terrible flaws” in it or he will re-impose sanctions on Iran that were eased under the historic accord.The nuclear deal was struck in 2015 among Iran and Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States, then led by Barack Obama.Under the pact, sanctions were eased in return for a commitment from Iran not to pursue a nuclear bomb, but Iran says it is not reaping the rewards despite complying with the deal.”At this delicate juncture, it would be a mistake to walk away from the nuclear agreement and remove the restraints that it places on Iran,” Johnson wrote in the Times piece.He argued that inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency have been granted extra powers to monitor Iran’s nuclear facilities, “increasing the likelihood that they would spot any attempt to build a weapon”.”Now that these handcuffs are in place, I see no possible advantage in casting them aside. Only Iran would gain from abandoning the restrictions on its nuclear program,” Johnson wrote.He added: “I believe that keeping the deal’s constraints on Iran’s nuclear program will also help counter Tehran’s aggressive regional behaviour. I am sure of one thing: every available alternative is worse. The wisest course would be to improve the handcuffs rather than break them.”last_img read more

first_imgAsia Durr is 7-17 (.412) from deep in her last two games after shooting 7-47 (.149) in the previous six games Story Links Louisville’s (16-1, 4-1) 48-point win (W, 91-43) over Virginia on Thursday marked its biggest margin of victory in ACC history. The previous record was a 42-point win (W, 71-33) vs. Clemson on Jan. 28, 2016. They also held Virginia to just one free throw (1-4) which marked the fewest amount of free throws allowed since Clemson had just one free throw in that same game (1-6). ABOUT THE DEMON DEACONSWake Forest enters Sunday’s matchup with a 9-8 record. They are 0-4 in the ACC and have lost their last four games. They are one of four teams winless in the ACC (Virginia Tech, Pitt, Duke). Three of their four ACC losses have been by 15 or more points. They lost 65-64 at home against Boston College for their lone ACC loss by less than 15. The Demon Deacons opened the season with wins in their first three games, then lost four straight before winning six straight prior to starting conference play. They are averaging 60.4 points per game, which ranks 13th, and giving up 61.7 points, which ranks fourth. They rank last in 3-point field goal pct. (.287) and turnover margin (-5.6). After holding UVA to 43 points, UofL’s scoring defense improved from 64.3 to 61.9 and moved from 182 to 112 nationally. The Cardinals utilized a 31-9 second quarter to turn a 15-14 lead into a 46-20 lead at halftime. Ultimately, after leading 15-14 with 9:46 to go in the second quarter, they went on a 50-10 run to lead 65-24 with 3:28 to go in the third. They then outscored the Cavs 25-10 in the third en route to a ACC record 48-point route. After being outrebounded in the last three games, including being outrebounded by 16 (48-32) at Notre Dame and by 14 (46-32) vs. Georgia Tech, Louisville outrebounded Virginia by 15 (42-27). They pulled down just four offensive rebounds and had just two second chance points vs. Georgia Tech, but improved that by pulling down 14 offensive boards and scoring 21 second chance points vs. Virginia. The 21 second chance points is the most since they had 29 vs. UT Martin on 12/4. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – No. 4 University of Louisville women’s basketball plays at Wake Forest (9-8, 0-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET.center_img Listen UofL shot a season-high 57 percent vs. UVA after failing to reach 50 percent in the previous five games. Watch Following the loss at Notre Dame, UofL is looking to avoid its first two-game ACC road losing streak since they lost two straight at Notre Dame on Feb. 23, 2015 (L, 68-52) and at Virginia on March 1, 2015 (L, 75-59). Live Stats UofL ranks 12th in the country and second in the ACC in scoring offense with 82.0 points per game. They have scored 100-plus three times, 90-plus six times, 80-plus nine times and 70-plus in 14 of 17 games. They scored 70-plus in 13 of the first 14 games. After missing 70 points in the previous two games, UofL exploded for 91 points vs. UVA. Senior Elisa Penna leads the team with 15.3 points per game and 31 3-pointers, while shooting 30 percent from deep. She is also pulling down 5.6 rebounds per game. Alex Sharp (12.7), Ivana Raca (12.2) and Ona Udoh join Penn as double-digit scorers. Udoh ranks second in the ACC with 3.9 offensive rebounds per game, fourth with 1.8 blocks, and sixth with 8.8 rebounds per game and a 60.8 field goal percentage. Conti ranks second with 5.4 assists per game. Conti (35.5) and Penna (34.9) rank first and second in the ACC in minutes played.Series History – UofL is 4-0 all-time against and all four games have come in the last four years with the Cardinals joining the ACC. Louisville has won two games at the KFC Yum! Center and two in Winston-Salem. Last season, the Cards won 89-52 in Louisville. UofL won 75-46 at Wake Forest in 2016-17.Date: Sunday, Jan. 20Time: 2 p.m. ETSite: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, N.C. (14,665)Radio: WKRD-790, Nick Curran, play-by-play; Adrienne Johnson, analystVideo: ACCNE,Last Meeting: W, 89-52 (Feb. 28, 2018 at KFC Yum! Center)Series History: 4-0 (2-0 Home, 2-0 Away, 0-0 Neutral)UofL National Ranking: 4th Associated Press, 4th USA TodayFor the latest on Louisville women’s basketball, visit, follow the team’s Twitter account at @UofLWBB or on Facebook at Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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of the business Personnel Decisions Disney has pledged to generate $2 billion in cost savings as a result of the merger which will unite two of the six largest Hollywood studios Thats created a lot of angst at Fox and Disney where overlapping marketing ad sales and distribution departments at their respective film and TV units could lead to hundreds if not thousands of job cuts Fox had 21700 employees at year-end according to data compiled by Bloomberg while Disney has 199000 Some executives are already negotiating their future with Fox Networks Chairman Peter Rice expected to take a similar role overseeing the combined companies TV business with the exception of ESPN Fox TV studio co-Ceo Dana Walden is expected to lead their TV production business Fox Franchises Disney has dominated the worldwide box office in recent years thanks the string of hits from Marvel Pixar and "Star Wars" Post-Fox Disney studio chief Alan Horn will have to make choices about which newly acquired franchises to greenlight including "Avatar" "Planet of the Apes" and "Alien" all of which could also be ripe for expanded merchandise and theme-park attractions Fox has produced several movies based on characters licensed from Marvel including the X-Men and Wolverine pictures and two "Deadpool" movies Those rights will come back to Disney with the merger Regulatory approval Disney has received clearance to buy the Fox assets from the US Justice Department but was also awaiting the approval of the Federal Communications Commission In addition the company said in a recent filing it may need consent from regulators in 14 countries and the European Union Contact us at editors@timecom By Yara Bayoumy Warren Strobel and Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthis have indicated they would be willing to hand over management of Hodeidah port to the United Nations a potential breakthrough in a conflict that has caused the world’s worst humanitarian crisis sources familiar with the efforts said Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have pledged a swift military operation to take over the airport and seaport without entering the city centre to minimize civilian casualties and maintain the flow of essential goods The Saudis and Emiratis who intervened in Yemen in 2015 say they must recapture Hodeidah to deprive the Houthis of their main source of income and prevent them from bringing in missiles Hodeidah port is a principal entry point for relief supplies for Yemen UN officials have warned that large-scale fighting in the city could threaten tens of thousands UN envoy Martin Griffiths has been in the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital Sanaa and Jeddah Saudi Arabia this week to try to negotiate a solution A US official said the United States was urging the Saudis and Emiratis to accept the deal A diplomatic source at the United Nations said the coalition had informed Griffiths it would study the proposal The source said the Houthis indicated they would accept overall UN rule for port management and inspections A Western diplomat said the United Nations would oversee income from the port and make sure it gets to Yemen’s central bank The understanding is for Yemeni state employees to remain working alongside the United Nations "The Saudis have given some positive signals on this as well to the UN envoy over the last 24 hours The Emiratis also gave positive murmurs but the deal still has a little way to go" the Western diplomat said The sources cautioned that the plan still needed agreement from all sides to the conflict and would not at least in its initial stages result in an immediate ceasefire In a statement on Thursday Griffiths said he was "encouraged by the constructive engagement" of the Houthis and would be holding meetings with Yemen’s internationally backed president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi There was no immediate comment from the Saudi and Emirati embassies in Washington Houthi representatives could not be reached for immediate comment The Saudi-led coalition intervened in the war in 2015 to roll back Houthi control of Yemen’s main population centres and reinstate its internationally recognised government DILEMMA FOR WASHINGTON The Hodeidah battle coincides with increased tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran which are locked in a three-year-old proxy war in Yemen that has killed more than 10000 people displaced 3 million and pushed the impoverished country to the verge of starvation The United States has provided aircraft refuelling and some intelligence for the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen but US officials say they are not providing direct help to the Hodeidah offensive But Washington is a major arms supplier to Riyadh and Abu Dhabi which critics say makes it complicit in civilian casualties Questions remain over the withdrawal of the Houthis from Hodeidah city itself as the Emirates and their Yemeni allies have demanded as well as over a broader ceasefire the Western diplomat said Securing an agreement on leaving the city could be "one of the major sticking points" the Western diplomat said Speaking earlier at the United Nations Saudi Arabia’s UN ambassador Abdallah al-Mouallimi reiterated the coalition’s demand that the Houthis quit the city entirely while citing Griffiths’ slow progress "On the ground what we are offering is for the Houthis to hand over their weapons to the government of Yemen and to leave to leave peacefully and to provide information about the locations of the mines and improvised explosive devices and so forth" Mouallimi said Earlier on Thursday Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdelsalam highlighted the group’s "positivity in dealing with the United Nations about the port’s revenues" but criticized the Saudi-led coalition whose aim he said was to "destroy Yemen" (Reporting by Yara Bayoumy Warren Strobel and Jonathan Landay; Additional reporting by John Walcott in Washington Michelle Nichols at the United Nations and Ali Abelaty in Cairo; Writing by Warren Strobel and Yara Bayoumy; Editing by Peter Cooney) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed shareholders approved the sale of Foxs entertainment assets Friday.

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A quick check at his profile reads," Write to Maya Rhodan at maya. 28 her brother was found. such as no pit stop until the Twin Cities and at least three hours between stops thereafter.Johnson expressed surprise at how much room was left in his pickup’s box because he expected bigger suitcases “There were no packing rules; they did that by themselves” he said“And we only have one small cooler and one big cooler The small cooler has the food”Johnson said he has only two rules One is that the driver picks the music The other“If there’s too much talking I’m rolling down the window at 80 miles per hour” he saidAll except Morehouse are seniors so the other three regard the trip as their hockey swan song thusly worth the price Per person estimates on the cost for gas food hotel and tickets are between $800 and $1000“I’m excited” Morehouse said “It’s crazy to be going that far especially when we’re driving It should be exciting”Nine straight Frozen FoursFor the likes of Marv Leier having UND in this year’s Frozen Four field is a bonus The director of creative services for the UND TV Center Leier shows up come rain or shine or UND elimination “There are always a lot of UND fans there whether the team is in it or not” Leier said “When UND is playing however it’s just so much more fun and crazy”At age 54 he will be attending his ninth consecutive Frozen Four and 13th overall Because of the tradition hisWednesdaymorning commercial flight likely made for a more comfortable trip than what the students faced Unless the tournament is held in Milwaukee or the Twin Cities his group travels via airWhen UND has lost in the Frozen Four’s first round he has received offers up to $600 for his ticket for the championship game But he has declined them all The event is not just about your team but also a reunion of family and friends who share college hockey’s appeal he explained“We run into the same hockey fans that go every year” Leier said “We have thousands and thousands of good friends there”Those conversations are among the reasons that so many college hockey fans attend the Frozen Four even if their team doesn’t qualify “They’re especially intrigued by the old-school jerseys with the logo that we wear’ he saidHis first Frozen Four trip came in 1979 as a UND student and a member of The Farce a loosely organized booster group that entertained the crowd between periods“And now my wife (Cindy) gives me a pass so I can go spend time with my hockey friends all 20000 of them” Leier saidA Frozen Four regularDanny Cooper a 1979 UND graduate is another example of the team’s following The Air Force retiree drove solo on the 564-mile trip to Philadelphia from his home in the Cincinnati areaThat means he will be in the arena for 10 of UND’s last 11 Frozen Four appearances Since 1979 he’s only missed the tournament held in Lake Placid in 1984“Last century I was good luck; this century I’ve been bad luck” he said referencing UND’s five national titles from 1980 to 2000 and none since“We need to have another Frozen Four held at Providence where we’ve won three titles”This might hurt a little"The insured patients have to make it up Which means your insurance is going up" said John Strange CEO of St Luke’s in DuluthIn the complex machinery of health care economics many factors affect the cost of care and how it’s delivered And though providing charity care is both required of hospitals and a source of pride for them too much will put a strain on the bottom line"Because we’re a nonprofit we use that bottom line for new programs new equipment upgrading facilities and services and so it does ultimately have an impact on the programs we can bring to the community" Strange saidFree and discounted health care itself could come under the knife"There is the potential to reduce services offered for free" said Stefan Gildemeister health economics program director at the Minnesota Department of Health "There are no (legal) requirements beyond stabilizing patients"St Luke’s and Essentia Health both told Forum News Service they have no plans to further limit the care they provide to people who can’t pay If that remains the case while the number of uninsured people rises in the coming years it will put pressure on the health systems to find other sources of money and/or make cuts"The way we think of it when one source of revenue goes down you seek it out elsewhere — but that doesn’t always seem to play out in reality" Gildemeister saidUninsured underinsuredFor a brief moment the lines on the chart were at last heading in the right direction — down Minnesota hospitals were giving away less free care and chasing after less bad debt following years of watching these costs riseAccording to the Minnesota Department of Health uncompensated care peaked in 2013 at $321 million and started falling bottoming out at $268 million in 2015 Thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act more people were insured and paying their billsNow since federal tax reform passed earlier this year essentially eliminates the mandate to carry insurance fewer people will be insured and paying their bills in full experts anticipate The Minnesota Hospital Association which reported a rise in uncompensated care in 2016 warned earlier this year that because of the insurance requirement disappearing "hospitals and health systems anticipate further increases in both charity care and bad debt in the future"It’s not just the uninsured causing the rise in uncovered costs More people are carrying health insurance with massive deductibles and hospitals essentially are treating them as uninsured"Now charity care policies cover people who have insurance and higher incomes but higher deductibles" said Lawrence Massa president of the Minnesota Hospital Association "We’ve redefined a bit on charity care"In the face of the projected increased demand for charity care hospitals may need to redefine their policies again"It certainly puts pressure on needing to make up that lost revenue somewhere" Massa said "It’s built on a system that shifts costs"Local effectsFor the past several years Essentia Health has kept systemwide charity care costs right around $13 million according to annual reports Though this consistency seems to indicate a target for these costs the organization says it does not budget a set amount for free and reduced-cost care"We have a financial assistance policy which is not in any way restricted" said Kevin Boren market finance leader for Essentia Health East "So all people who apply for financial assistance are evaluated based on standard criteria"Hospitals are legally required to treat emergency care regardless of ability to pay The law describes an emergency medical condition as "manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) such that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in placing the individual’s health (or the health of an unborn child) in serious jeopardy serious impairment to bodily functions or serious dysfunction of bodily organs"Everything else is up to the provider’s discretion"Rarely elective procedures may be postponed until a payment method can be agreed to by the patient" Boren said "This usually occurs if the patient refuses to fill out any aid application or payment plan"Will more uninsured patients mean less flexibility for non-emergency care"As the individual mandate gets repealed in the future we’re just watching that situation and it’s really quite frankly uncertain how it will roll out what the implications will be" said Mike Mahoney public policy leader for EssentiaAt St Luke’s data shows charity care has drifted below $3 million over the past few years But in 2017 the CEO said charity care and bad debt "jumped dramatically" due to big deductibles leaving patients underinsured"They just don’t have the wherewithal to pay" Strange saidDespite the projected increase in uninsured and underinsured Strange maintains there are no plans to change policies for treating those who can’t pay "for the foreseeable future"More changes comingIf anything Strange sees bigger clouds on the horizon"If you look at the majority of the coverage that was gained in Minnesota most of it was Medicaid" Strange said "Those patients will be covered The number of people that actually got insurance I don’t think grew as fast It may have an impact but it may not have that big of an impact"Indeed only about 6 percent of Minnesotans — and 5 percent of Duluthians — are uninsured though the number is already on the rise Census data show Duluthians are more likely (35 percent) to depend on public health benefits than the state at large (30 percent) in part due to the city’s poverty rate being double that of the state average and the population skewing slightly olderThe problem is Medicare and Medicaid don’t pay their own hospital bills in full"We get told what we’re going to get paid And what we’re paid has no relationship to what it actually costs" Strange saidMinnesota hospitals had $24 billion in costs that weren’t covered by Medicaid and Medicare in 2016 according to the Minnesota Hospital Association For Essentia’s regional operations the shortfall accounted for about 10 percent of expenses that yearThough the president’s budget called for cuts to health care entitlements Congress recently passed a spending bill that largely leaves those programs alone Mahoney at Essentia had warned such cuts could have resulted in higher costs and fewer services"If all those recommendations were to go into effect it would not only negatively impact our financial stability but it would have a significant impact on access to care in rural communities" Mahoney said "It would make us look at services lines specifically and determine what exactly can we maintain in the interest of the patients we serve"Regardless of any potential changes in the long run everyone will end up paying more for health care simply as a matter of course says Gildemeister the state health economist"We just see year over year the price for the same baskets of services does increase and it tends to rise faster than the economy and wages" he said "That underlying trend of the price of health care and the cost of health care services — nothing has changed with that"She does not know what it’s like to have a conversation with Donald because she was 18 months old when he enlisted in the Army Baer’s unit was defending the airport and main road into Taejon now known as Daejeon when he went missing July 20 just over two weeks after he arrived in the country He was 20 years oldBaer who grew up in Brainerd was missing in action and presumed dead for more than 60 years until September when the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced they had positively identified his remains It took 15 years of research and advocacy by Baril and the rest of the family before a positive match could be made The situation required her to be a historian and an investigator at the same time — all to find out the fate of a man she never really met"I really did not know him but I certainly felt the loss that my parents and older siblings did throughout the years" Baril saidThe searchAs Baril tells it the search for Baer’s remains began in 2001 when she heard a National Public Radio story about the Department of Defense asking families of missing soldiers to submit DNA so the remains of their missing relative could be identifiedThe family submitted DNA to what was then the Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office or DPMO While the the Baer family was still searching the DPMO merged with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command JPAC to form a new agency the DPAA It’s one of the many bureaucratic hurdles the Baers had to surmountBut submitting DNA prompted Baril to go online to find out more information — and find it she did It turned out the Army had classified Baer not only as missing in action but as a prisoner of war as well She also 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