Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:bush cay, DEMA Director, dominican republic, dr. john claydon, poachers, whale breakers Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 28 Jul 2015 – Those 28 poachers go to court today to face eight charges after being caught fishing in TCI Waters last Thursday. In addition to a haul which included “… 1,462lbs of lobster, within that, 69 egg-bearing lobster and 485lbs of parrot fish” the men will be charged with using breathing apparatus and for operating a staggering 14 unlicensed vessels in their illegal fishing expedition. The Dominicans were apprehended, according to the report at Whale Breakers which is approximately seven miles south of Bush Cay. DEMA Director, Dr. John Claydon said that the charges attached to fishing lobster outside of the season alone are hefty. Recommended for you We can eat Nassau Grouper legally, soon TCI Meeting with Dominican Republic reaps five goals Dominican Officials agree to stop sex trafficking, poachers
MIAMI (WSVN) – The driver of a garbage truck that fell from Interstate 95, last February, and survived has killed himself, according to a report by the Miami Herald.According to a statement by City of Miami manager Daniel J. Alfonso, Kaseem Smith died Tuesday afternoon, but officials did not confirm the cause of death.The Miami Herald later reported that Smith died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the neck, according to the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner’s Office.Back on Feb. 15, 2016, according to footage released by the Florida Highway Patrol and police, the City of Miami garbage truck lost control and fell 100 feet off the highway and onto José Martí Park, on Feb.15, 2016.Doctors treated Smith for weeks in the hospital and then sent him home to recover.Related: Cabin video released of garbage truck falling from I-95The City of Miami statement released Tuesday read: “On behalf of the City of Miami, I extend our deepest sympathy to the family, loved ones and coworkers of Kaseem Smith. Mr. Smith, who worked as a Waste Collector Operator II and was behind the wheel of the Solid Waste truck that went off a ramp on I-95 in February of last year. We have not confirmed the cause of death at this time.” Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are seeking the public’s help in their search for a man who, they said, held up a gas station employee at gunpoint in Miami Beach, Wednesday.Surveillance video captured the armed subject holding up the clerk at the Marathon station near Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue.Police said the robber pulled a gun, demanded money and took off with the cash.If you have any information on this robbery, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Email Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance News Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green No stranger to roof-raising live performances, Beyoncé checked off a bucket-list performance for the ages when she teamed with the legendary Tina Turner at the 50th GRAMMY Awards. It not only marked a special moment for Queen Bey, but represented a true passing of the torch moment.”Things that you always dream of, and you just think are so far away it’s never gonna happen,” says Beyoncé about her moment with Turner. “When I was a kid and I saw her tapes, I wanted to be like her.”Another incendiary Beyoncé moment that stands out — even to her peers — was her performance with Prince for a special medley that included “Crazy In Love” and “Let’s Go Crazy” at the 46th GRAMMY Awards.”I wanted to be on that stage so bad,” says Alicia Keys. “I was like, ‘Why didn’t they call me for this one?'”Yet another see-it-to-believe-it moment came at the 44th GRAMMY Awards when Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil’ Kim, and Missy Elliott performed “Lady Marmalade” from Moulin Rouge! The congregation had more than enough star power but there was a special surprise that took things up another notch.”In true GRAMMY fashion, [we brought] out the incredible icing on the cake, Miss Patti LaBelle herself,” says Aguilera. More “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Beyoncé remembers her dream-come-true GRAMMY duet with Tina Turner while Aguilera reminisces about an incredible moment with Patti LaBelle; tune in to “GRAMMY Greatest Stories” Nov. 24 on CBSTim McPhateGRAMMYs Nov 23, 2017 – 8:06 am Only on the GRAMMY Awards will you find one-of-a-kind artist pairings and spectacles that will be talked about for years to come. Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Beyoncé, Tina Turner: GRAMMYs Greatest Stories beyonc%C3%A9-christina-aguilera-torch-passing-grammy-moments Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Prev Next NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Nov 23, 2017 – 8:07 am Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Watch more artists reminisce about the most memorable performances in GRAMMY history on the upcoming TV special “GRAMMY Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special,” airing Friday, Nov. 24 from 9–11 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.When Bruno Mars Covered Prince: “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories”Read more Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Twitter Facebook Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera On Torch-Passing GRAMMY Moments The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories”
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Friday, March 22, 2019:#1) Abundant Life’s Pasta Dinner & Silent AuctionAbundant Life Christian School’s 20th Annual Pasta Dinner and Silent Auction will be held at 5pm. Please consider joining us as we raise money to support the eighth grade trip to Washington, D.C.. Each year, the eighth grade has the opportunity to go on a class trip to see our nation’s capital and learn about the great history of this country while making memories to last a lifetime.The Pasta Dinner was first held back in April of 1999 and the Silent Auction was added in 2007. It has since become the most highly anticipated event of the year! It is a wonderful community event with food, fun and friends. The Pasta Dinner has two seatings, at 5pm and 6:30pm. Prices are $7 per ticket, with children 8 and under at $5. In addition, take-out orders are available.Come, relax, and be served by the eighth grade Class of 2019 and place your bids. For further information please contact Abundant Life Christian School at (978) 657-8710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.#2) Wilmington Middle School Drama Club’s “Seussical The Musical”The Wilmington Middle School Drama Club presents its spring musical, “Seussicial The Musical” on Thursday, March 21, 2019 (7pm); Friday, March 22, 2019 (7pm); and Saturday, March 23, 2019 (1pm) in the Wilmington Middle School Auditorium. Come enjoy the story of Horton and some of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters. Tickets are available at the door. Tickets cost $10 for adults and $7 for students (12 and under).#3) Shawsheen/West PAC Trivia NightThe Shawsheen/West PAC is proud to announce its 6th Annual Trivia Night from 7pm to 11pm at the Tewksbury/Wilmington Elks (777 South Street, Tewksbury). Games begin at 7:30pm. Tickets cost $20 per person. Learn more HERE.#4) Wilmington Good Guy Nomination DeadlineNominations must be received by 5:00PM on Friday March 22, 2019. They can be mailed to the Wilmington Good Guy Committee, 9 Reed St. Wilmington MA 01887 or sent by email to: email@example.com. Learn more HERE.#5) Karaoke At Pacific GrovePacific Grove (211 Lowell Street) is hosting karaoke from Winnell Entertainment beginning at 8pm.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedAbundant Life’s Pasta Dinner & Silent Auction Set For March 22In “Community”Abundant Life’s Silent Auction & Pasta Dinner Set For April 13In “Education”Abundant Life’s Silent Auction & Pasta Dinner Set For April 7In “Community”
Thiruvananthapuram: As many as 72 people have died as flood and landslides wreak havoc in Kerala while 58 have been reported missing. In Malappuram district, alone at least 11 people have been killed and around 50 others are missing after a landslide hit Kavalappara village following incessant rains in the region. Meanwhile, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who is visiting his constituency Wayanad, said the rescue operations are underway but more help is required. Also Read – Enforcement Directorate summons Karnataka Congress leader D.K. Shivakumar Advertise With Us “I visited Kavalappara, the site of the landslide in Bhoothanam. Several people are still trapped and rescue operations are underway but more help is required immediately,” Gandhi tweeted.Shri @RahulGandhi visited Kavalapara, the landslide site in Bhoothanam, where several people are still trapped & emergency forces are working around the clock to save them. pic.twitter.com/5EEUtkMn7y— Congress (@INCIndia) August 11, 2019 Also Read – Fresh restrictions imposed in Kashmir Valley Advertise With Us Kerala and its neighbouring states have been receiving relentless rains since the past few days. Several isolated pockets of the state have been submerged due to swelling of rivers. Rescue operations are being carried out by the National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF), Army and the local police. The rescue operation teams were seen evacuating senior citizens, women, children, and others by carrying them either on their shoulders or palanquins through the debris of landslides and floodwater.
Trump speaks at a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the White House in Washington. Photo: ReutersOn 19 January 2017, Aden Hassan’s long wait to start a new life ended when he stepped off a plane in Columbus, Ohio, half a world away from the Kenyan refugee camp where he had lived for a decade.Years earlier in Mogadishu, Somalia, Hassan’s father, a community organizer, was shot dead by the Islamist militants he opposed. A few years later, a younger brother and sister were killed by gunmen while walking home from school. After Hassan’s mother survived an assassination attempt, she fled with her surviving children to neighboring Kenya.The Midwestern winter chill could not dampen Hassan’s hope, as he left the airport with his wife, their two young children and his brother, that Ohio would provide a security and stability the family had not known in years. All that remained was for his mother, her second husband, and Hassan’s brother and sister to join them, which refugee officials assured him would happen soon.“When we landed at the airport, we felt we could start a new life,” said Hassan, now 27. “We were very hopeful, very grateful.”The next day, Donald J Trump was sworn in as US president. Nineteen months later, Hassan’s mother, Fatuma Diriye, a diabetic with heart problems, and his other relatives remain in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp. Although they were approved for resettlement in the United States at the same time Hassan was, their plans have been repeatedly delayed by the Trump administration’s dismantling of longstanding US refugee policy. The state department declined to comment on Diriye’s case.A week after his inauguration, Trump issued an executive order temporarily banning travel from several Muslim-majority countries and halting all refugee admissions. Since then, through procedural changes made largely out of public view, the administration has reshaped the US refugee program, slashing overall admissions and all but halting entry for some of the world’s most persecuted people, including Syrians, Iraqis, Iranians and Somalis.This year, with a record high 68.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide, the United States is on track to take in about 22,000 refugees, a quarter the number admitted in 2016, the last year of Barack Obama’s presidency, and the fewest in four decades.In interviews with Reuters, more than 20 current and former US officials described how the Trump administration has abandoned policies established over decades and embraced by Republican and Democratic administrations alike. The officials, most of whom spoke on condition of anonymity, say the administration has rejected internal findings that refugees could be admitted safely and with little expense. Two senior staff members who questioned the administration’s policies were removed from their positions.The administration has instituted opaque and complicated new security vetting procedures that have bogged down admissions and eliminated many candidates for resettlement who would previously have been accepted, many of the officials said. It has extended the strictest kind of vetting to women as well as men from 11 countries, mostly in the Middle East and Africa. And it has reduced by nearly two-thirds the number of officials conducting refugee interviews, reassigning about 100 of 155 interviewers to handle asylum screenings for people already in the country, including those who crossed the border illegally.“They’re just stuck,” said Angie Plummer, executive director of Community Refugee and Immigration Services in Ohio, the group that welcomed Hassan and his family last year. “It’s blocking people who absolutely would have been here two years ago.”The Trump administration says the changes were necessary.“Security improvements in the refugee program made in recent years to mandate additional screening for refugee applicants undoubtedly makes Americans safer,” said Katie Waldman, a spokeswoman for the homeland security department.In addition to far lower admissions overall, the type of refugee admitted has changed under Trump, a Reuters analysis of government data shows. The percentage who are Muslim is now a third what it was two years ago; the percentage who are Europeans has tripled.The shift has led to striking imbalances. Refugees admitted to the United States from the small European country of Moldova, for example, now outnumber those from Syria by three to one, although the number of Syrian refugees worldwide outnumbers the total population of Moldova.Somalis like Hassan and his family now have little chance of getting in. As of 10 September 251 Somali refugees have been resettled in America this year, a 97 per cent drop from the 8,300 admitted by this point in 2016.A PREDICTABLE PATHWhen Hassan and his family started the refugee process, the path was grueling and lengthy, but largely straightforward.Granted refugee status by the United Nations in 2008, Hassan and his family were assigned to the United States for resettlement in 2016. Family members were then interviewed by US refugee officers to establish whether they faced a serious threat if they returned to Somalia.They then had to undergo rigorous security checks put into place after the 11 September 2001 attacks. Because of his age, gender and country of origin, Hassan was subjected to extra vetting.After Hassan’s family all passed the checks, they were told they would be sent to Ohio in two groups, one traveling first and the second soon after. Trump’s January travel ban disrupted that plan.In addition to suspending travel from some majority-Muslim countries and all refugee admissions, the order capped the maximum number of refugees in 2017 at 50,000, less than half the number Obama had set a few months earlier.Courts eventually barred implementation of the order. The administration replaced it with a less comprehensive version in March of 2017, followed by additional temporary restrictions on some nationalities. Today, no country’s refugees are under an official ban, but several nationalities are nevertheless almost entirely blocked.Syrian refugees, for example, were singled out in the first executive order as “detrimental” to the nation’s interests. In the 10 months since the ban lapsed, only 27 Syrian refugees have been resettled in the United States. By contrast, the United Nations counted 6.3 million Syrian refugees as of 2017, by far the single largest nationality of refugees.Current and former US officials say the new policies have been driven by a small core of top administration officials, including White House senior advisor Stephen Miller; Gene Hamilton, a former advisor at the homeland security department; and John Kelly, former secretary of Homeland Security and now White House chief of staff.Hamilton, now at the justice department, declined to comment through a spokesman. The White House did not comment directly about the roles of Kelly and Miller.Provided with a detailed description of Reuters’ reporting, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said that “the administration is committed to a fair and responsible refugee policy that maximizes the reach and effectiveness of our global humanitarian assistance.” He added that “America is now safer.”The remaking of the refugee program began with a full examination of screening procedures, something called for in the travel ban. Conducted in the summer and fall of 2017, the review concluded that refugees from all countries could safely be allowed to enter with some tightening of vetting, according to seven current or former US officials who helped formulate or were briefed on the findings.White House staff, including Miller and Kelly, were not happy with that conclusion, said one current and two former officials. In particular, the White House wanted to continue barring refugees from Somalia, Hassan’s home country, for reasons that were unclear, the two former officials and a second current official said. That posed a problem: The working group had found no evidence that Somali refugees presented a unique threat.Homeland security officials proposed that when admissions were resumed, the government would conduct a further 90-day review of refugees from 11 countries, including Somalia. During that time, refugees from the countries would remain effectively blocked.Some members of the working group felt the additional review – which directly affected thousands of refugees – was unnecessary, designed solely to satisfy White House officials.Waldman, the Homeland Security spokeswoman, disputed that assessment. “The further 90-day review was proposed for absolutely no other reason than to ensure a risk-based approach to the security enhancements,” she said.The 11 countries – Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mali, North Korea, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria and Yemen – had been identified as potential threats as far back as the early 2000s, and their refugees had long been subject to more rigorous screening. But previous administrations still admitted refugees from those countries. Between 2002 and 2016, they accounted for 36 per cent of US refugees.Since the end of the 90-day review, when admissions of refugees from the 11 nations were supposed to continue with additional screening, refugees from the countries have made up fewer than two per cent of admissions.Through Sept. 10, 564 refugees from the countries have been admitted since the start of the fiscal year in October, a 98 per cent decrease over the same period in 2016, when nearly 34,000 refugees from the 11 countries came to America.Fatuma Diriye, who cannot read or write, does not follow the details of US policymaking. Her son, who does, realized the new procedures posed huge obstacles for his mother.“I lost a lot of hope that I had before,” he said.BACKLOGDiriye had cleared all the security screening required in 2016, but now she must undergo an additional advanced check known as a Security Advisory Opinion. That type of vetting previously was required just for men from the 11 targeted countries.The online portal that tracks Diriye’s case now says her security status is “in process,” but she doesn’t know what that means. When the refugee group assisting the family inquired about Diriye’s status last month, they were told only that her case is “on hold pending further review.”One primary source of the long delays, five current or former officials told Reuters, is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which shares responsibility with other intelligence agencies for Security Advisory Opinions, the extra background checks now required of most refugees from the 11 countries.In May, the State Department limited requests for the advanced checks to 500 per month globally, according to a State Department memo reviewed by Reuters. The memo cited an increasing “backlog” as the reason for the limit, without mentioning the FBI.The cap has effectively kept a large portion of refugees from the 11 countries from progressing beyond the first stages of the refugee process.Asked about its role in the vetting process, an FBI spokeswoman said the agency’s “primary focus is to protect the United States from national security and criminal threats.”A state department spokesman said improvements in the refugee vetting process have “had a direct impact on how quickly security checks can be conducted.”‘A HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE MISSTEP’Some Pentagon officials have expressed alarm to the White House and other agencies about how the new screening measures are affecting one category of refugees: Iraqis who helped the United States in battle.These Pentagon officials say such admissions provide a lifeline to people who risked their lives assisting the United States. As of 7 September, just 48 Iraqi refugees with US affiliations had been admitted this fiscal year, according to State Department data. More than 3,000 were admitted last year and about 5,100 in 2016.During a White House meeting last month, FBI officials revealed that their screening had turned up suspicious information on 87 of 88 U.S.-affiliated Iraqis who recently underwent background checks, a far higher hit rate than in the past, according to two officials with knowledge of the meeting. But it is unclear even to people inside the government how the FBI’s processes have changed, they said. The FBI spokeswoman declined to give information on vetting processes, saying only that the agency “takes the necessary time to thoroughly review all the information available.”One Iraqi interpreter, who worked for the U.S. Army for years and was approved for refugee status, described the obstacles he has faced since Trump took office. His account, provided on condition of anonymity, was confirmed by records from a court case against the administration in which he is a plaintiff and by two US veterans who worked with him.After being targeted by militants opposed to the US in Iraq, the man fled to Egypt in 2014 and applied for refugee status. In late 2016, he was accepted.Trump’s travel ban delayed his plans. He persisted, however, filing additional paperwork and undergoing new medical exams, and last September was again cleared for travel. Then came the 90-day review of Iraqis and others from the 11 countries. When that lifted, the interpreter said, he was asked to provide information for additional vetting, including 10 years’ worth of travel history, residential addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and information about his wife, children and brother – a daunting challenge, he said, given the turmoil in Iraq.“I can’t tell you how exhausting it was,” he told Reuters. “In Iraq, for a period of time, it was hard to keep a phone number.”Months after submitting the information, he is still in limbo and fears being deported by Egypt.Not admitting the interpreter is “just a horrible, horrible misstep for national security,” said Chris Brusznicki, a US Army veteran who worked with him in Iraq. People like him, Brusznicki said, “keep Americans from coming home in coffins.”SIDELINEDEach September, the president must determine the maximum number of refugees the United States will admit during the next fiscal year. Last year, Trump set the cap at 45,000, the lowest since the modern refugee program was established in 1980. State Department data suggests it is unlikely actual admissions will reach half that number, if they continue at the current rate.With October a few weeks away, the administration now must decide next year’s ceiling. In early meetings, the Pentagon and State Department have supported maintaining a cap of 45,000, one current and one former official said. Refugee advocates fear it will be set lower.In part, that is because two advocates for the refugee program will not participate in the discussions this year: Jennifer Arangio, until July a senior staffer at the National Security Council, and Lawrence Bartlett, a career State Department official who has served in Republican and Democratic administrations.Arangio worked on Trump’s election campaign, but on refugees she found herself in opposition to Miller, Hamilton and their allies, three people who worked with her said, because she supported a higher cap than they wanted.She was turned down for positions she hoped to get at the State Department, including in the bureau that handles refugees, said two people familiar with her departure. In July, she was fired from her NSC job. Arangio declined to comment.Bartlett was removed as director of US refugee admissions late last year. He is now posted to Turkey, according to his LinkedIn profile.Both Bartlett and the state department declined to comment on his removal. Sarah Breen, a spokeswoman for the agency’s Inspector General, said her office is “conducting a review of allegations of political retaliation against state department employees.”Hassan and his family are learning to navigate their new life. They live in a modest apartment furnished with donations. He has gotten a driver’s license and a job on the overnight shift at an Amazon warehouse, and his English is improving. Last month, Hassan’s wife gave birth to their third child, a girl. They take the older children to a nearby park to ride bicycles.But he worries about his family in Kenya. Diriye, her husband and Hassan’s 10-year-old brother and 14-year-old sister remain in a two-room shelter at the Kakuma camp, home to nearly 150,000 refugees. Their home has no running water or electricity. They survive on U.N.-supplied rations and whatever money Hassan can send each month.Diriye does not know when or if she will meet her new granddaughter. Recently, the online portal tracking her case had additional information: Her required medical exam was no longer current and needed to be repeated, but she must wait to be contacted about a new appointment.“Please be patient,” it says.
The future of Firefox for Android by Martin Brinkmann on April 26, 2019 in Firefox – 71 commentsMozilla is working on a new mobile browser for Android called Fenix. The new browser is available as a development build currently.The current Firefox for Android is also available but Mozilla focuses development resources on the new Fenix browser; that’s the main reason why recent Firefox for Android releases look more like extended support releases that fix bugs but don’t introduce a whole lot of new features in the browser.While it was clear for some time that Mozilla planed to replace the current Firefox for Android with the new Fenix browser, it was unclear how all of that would happen.Questions that we had no answers for included for how long the legacy Firefox for Android would be supported, when we could expect a first stable release of Fenix, and how Mozilla planed to migrate users from the old mobile browser to the new.Firefox for Android futureA recently published support document highlights Mozilla’s plans for the current Firefox for Android and also Fenix.Mozilla’s main idea is to maintain the legacy version of Firefox for Android until Fenix reaches migration readiness status. Firefox users on Android should be able to use the legacy version until Fenix is ready while Mozilla wants to minimize support costs.To achieve that goal, Firefox for Android will move to the ESR branch after the release of Firefox 68. In other words: there won’t be a Firefox 69 for Android that is based on the legacy version as it will use ESR versioning instead.Timeline for legacy Firefox for AndroidMay 14, 2019: release of Firefox 67 for AndroidJuly 9, 2019: release of Firefox 68 for AndroidSeptember 3, 2019: release of Firefox 68.1 for Android (move to ESR channel)October 22, 2019: release of Firefox 68.2 for AndroidDecember 10, 2019: release of Firefox 68.3 for AndroidThe legacy version of Firefox for Android won’t receive new feature updates anymore when it moves to the ESR channel. The browser won’t receive support for new web technologies anymore, nor will it receive any other feature updates. Bug fixes and security updates will be provided.The releases will follow the Firefox desktop release schedule.Mozilla has not specified a support end for the browser. It seems likely that the browser will reach end of support before mid 2020; Support ends when Fenix is ready and users of the legacy version of Firefox for Android can be migrated to the new mobile browser.Mozilla wants to make it clear that the move to ESR won’t give the browser the Enterprise attribute. The main reason why the legacy browser is moved to ESR is that it allows Mozilla to maintain it with minimal effort while work on Fenix continues.The ESR version reaches end of life after Fenix is deemed migration ready by Mozilla.Now You: Do you use Firefox for Android? (via Sören Hentzschel)SummaryArticle NameThe future of Firefox for AndroidDescriptionMozilla revealed plans for the legacy version of Firefox for Android, the new Fenix browser for Android, and how it plans to migrate users.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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February 9, 2012 –McKesson announced that it has acquired peerVue Inc., a provider of diagnostic medical imaging workflow solutions. The acquisition extends McKesson’s portfolio of enterprise imaging and information management systems with highly flexible workflow capabilities that address site-specific needs such as critical results management, peer review and emergency department communication for multiple disciplines.“peerVue brings world-class capabilities that facilitate care coordination, which is essential for better care and better business as part of our Better Health 2020 strategy,” said Kevan Torgerson, president, Enterprise Medical Imaging group, McKesson. “By addressing critical imaging workflow needs, particularly for radiologists, our combined capabilities empower care teams to more effectively engage with one another and to make better informed decisions throughout the diagnostic workflow.”Supporting those decisions is peerVue’s Qualitative Intelligence and Communication System (QICS). A web-based technology platform, QICS provides the functionality to engage, analyze data, alert users and facilitate workflow at every point throughout the exam life cycle.“Improving workflow is not only the key to higher-quality, safer patient care,” said Torgerson. “It’s also the key to improving efficiency and productivity for a better financial result.”Based in Sarasota, Fla., peerVue has a solid track record of delivering solutions to some of the country’s leading healthcare organizations with thousands of users depending on its technology to facilitate timely, high-quality care.“We look forward to becoming part of McKesson, which is widely known for its reach and leadership in imaging and information management,” said Kyle Lawton, peerVue’s chief executive officer. “We can bring together new care coordination capabilities to close the gaps in workflow for clinicians and enable better health in this generation and beyond.”For more information: www.mckesson.com, peervue.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more Related Content News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more
News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | June 17, 2013 Dose Analysis Predicts Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Survival Comprehensive dosimetry based on 3-D medical images estimate best possible dose for targeted radioimmunotherapy (RIT) in patients with invasive blood cancer News | PET-CT | August 15, 2019 United Imaging Announces First U.S. Clinical Installation of uExplorer Total-body PET/CT United Imaging announced that its uExplorer total-body positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) system… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more June 17, 2013 — Accurate estimation of radiation absorbed dose in radioimmunotherapy (RIT) based on state-of-the-art 3-D imaging could lead to more personalized and effective treatments to improve non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) patients’ chances of living longer without progression of their cancer, said researchers at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging’s 2013 Annual Meeting.“Typically, advanced low-grade NHL patients who undergo conventional treatment such as chemotherapy and external radiotherapy eventually relapse and die of their disease,” said Yuni K. Dewaraja, Ph.D., associate professor in the division of nuclear medicine at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich. “Improved tumor dosimetry calculations are an important first step in highly individualized planning for RIT, increasing the effectiveness of treatment and providing new options for a patient population in need.”Determining the appropriate dose of RIT — an intravenous drug therapy combining a radioactive particle and antibodies that seek specific cancer cell signaling — has been an area of investigation for some time. Now researchers are exploring whether the radiation dose absorbed by the tumor — when it is determined accurately based on 3-D molecular imaging — can predict the patient’s response and length of response. This particular study focuses on the correlation between absorbed dose and outcome of RIT treatment with the radiopharmaceutical I-131 tositumomab.“Therapy with radiolabeled monoclonal antibodies, such as I-131 tositumomab, ordinarily involves limiting the administered radioactivity to a conservative dose of total-body radiation, but a more aggressive dosimetry-driven approach can be used to tailor the treatment to deliver an optimal therapeutic dose to the tumor while avoiding critical organ toxicity,” said Dewaraja. “In addition to evaluating the response to I-131 RIT by tumor shrinkage and clinical response or non-response at follow-up, the present study examines progression-free survival, which is growing in use as the primary endpoint in oncology studies.”Progression free survival is the length of time patients survive without their cancer worsening. The new method of dose calculation in this study is highly personalized and based on 3-D images using single photon emission computed tomography and computed tomography (SPECT/CT). In the study, data from patient imaging were fed through a specialized computer program called the Monte Carlo radiation transport algorithm to calculate the radiation dose absorbed by the tumor.Researchers performed dose evaluations on a total of 39 patients who collectively had 130 tumors and applied their model of dose-response analysis. The key finding was that a much longer progression free survival was seen for those subjects who received a significantly higher radiation dose — more than 200 centigray, the standard measurement of ionizing radiation absorption. Those who received the greater dose had a median of 13.6 months without progression, whereas those who received less than 200 centigray had only about two months before their cancer progressed.“This is the most important finding of the study, because the absorbed dose can be estimated from a diagnostic study performed prior to therapy, and future treatment protocols can be customized to deliver a dose exceeding 200 centigray to the tumor. This could potentially lead to marked improvements in overall patient survival,” said Dewaraja.For more information: www.snmmi.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Related Content
The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) this week, has made everyone waiting for CentOS 8 rebuild to occur. The release of CentOS 8 will require major overhaul in the installer, packages, packaging, and build systems so that it can work with the newer OS. CentOS 7 was released last year, days after RHEL 7 was released. So far the team at CentOS have made their new build system setup ready, and are currently working on the artwork. But they still need to work on their multiple series of build loops in order to get all of the CentOS 8.0 packages built in a compatible fashion. There will be a an installer update followed by a release candidate(s). Only after all these releases, CentOS 8 will finally be available for it’s users. The RHEL 8 release has made many users excited for the CentOS 8 build. A user on Reddit commented, “Thank you to the project maintainers; while RedHat does release the source code anyone who’s actually compiled from source knows that it’s never push-button easy” Another user added, “Thank you Red Hat! You guys are amazing. The entire world has benefited from your work. I’ve been a happy Fedora user for many years, and I deeply appreciate how you’ve made my life better. Thank you for building an amazing set of distros, and thank you for pushing forward many of the huge projects that improve our lives such as Gnome and many more. Thank you for your commitment to open source and for living your values. You are heroes to me” So far, a release date has not been declared for CentOS 8 , but a rough timeline has been shared. To read about the steps needed to make a CentOS rebuild, head over to the CentOS wiki page. Read Next Red Hat releases OpenShift 4 with adaptability, Enterprise Kubernetes and more! Soon, RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) won’t support KDE Red Hat released RHEL 7.6
Flights remain unaffected by the devastating floods ravaging the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.Over 9,500 people have already been evacuated from the city and two people have died, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.Inbound and outbound flights at Soekarno-Hatta international airport were said to be operating normally, airport operator PT Angkasa Pura II reported.The company has arranged trucks and buses to pick up passengers who cannot reach the airport because of the floods, PT Angkasa Pura II public relations manager Kristanto said.Check the airline’s website for up-to-date flight schedules and status reports. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T Flights continue in and out of the Indonesian capital.
FILE – In this Sept. 6, 2017 file photo, Demi Lovato poses for a portrait to promote her new album, “Tell Me You Love Me”, in New York. Lovato, who lives with a bipolar disorder and is a mental health advocate, has been hosting wellness sessions for a few hundred fans before her performances. (Photo by Brian Ach/Invision/AP) Lovato has concert activities for mental health awareness NEWARK, N.J. – On Demi Lovato’s latest U.S. tour, she opened each show with “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore,” an ode to shaking her addiction to substance abuse.But while the song is inspiring, it’s what happened before the show that seemed to matter most to her.Lovato, who says that she “thrives” with bipolar disorder, held what can be described as one-hour therapy sessions for a few hundred fans before she taking the stage.“It’s something that I’m passionate about, mental health, and raising the awareness and taking away the stigma away from it. So, if I can do that on tour then awesome,” Lovato said in an interview with The Associated Press.Lovato has been a mental health advocate for several years and worked with a pharmaceutical-sponsored awareness campaign at one time. For her U.S. tour, she partnered with CAST Centers , wellness clinics that treat mental health and substance abuse issues (the sessions are not a part of her European tour that kicks off later this month). Lovato became a co-owner after being treated there in 2011.Before a recent show in Newark, New Jersey, Lovato spoke about her struggles, which besides bipolar disorder have included alcoholism, drug addiction, and eating disorders.“My life has gotten a lot easier as I’ve continued to have more and more sobriety under my belt. And you know, for me it’s just about asking for help when I need it. And I think that’s the key to getting the help that you need is not being afraid to ask people when you need some assistance or support,” Lovato said.The sessions were free to those who purchase tickets to the concert but spots were limited. Lovato attended them, but was not the focus.In Newark, 18-year old Ashley Hill was near the front of the line. She said she waited for hours but was satisfied.“I’ve been in therapy for a couple of years. I just wanted to be a part of this experience,” Hill said.She added: “There (were) a lot of things I struggled with for a long time but Demi being able to come out of it, I was able to be more open about what I’ve gone through.”___Online: https://www.castcenters.com/ and https://www.castcenters.com/castontour by John Carucci, The Associated Press Posted May 18, 2018 12:30 pm PDT Last Updated May 18, 2018 at 3:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Opera star Measha Brueggergosman awaiting heart surgery in Calgary Canadian Opera singer Measha Brueggergosman arrives at CBC’s Toronto studios for the recording of the ‘Canada for Haiti’ benefit show on January 22, 2010. Canadian opera star Measha Brueggergosman said over the weekend that she was awaiting an emergency heart surgery, 10 years after surviving a similar procedure. On Saturday, the Fredericton-born signer shared in an emotional Facebook post that she was at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary awaiting double bypass surgery. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CALGARY — Canadian opera star Measha Brueggergosman is awaiting heart surgery, 10 years after surviving a similar procedure.The Fredericton-born, Nova Scotia-based singer said on Facebook that she was at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary awaiting double bypass surgery after waking up with severe chest pain.Brueggergosman underwent successful open-heart surgery in June 2009 to repair a dissection in her aorta.Brueggergosman shared her news Saturday in a post that expressed her grief over the recent death of her father, Sterling Gosman, a well-known pastor in Nova Scotia.The famed soprano’s post shared her sadness over possibly missing her father’s funeral and being apart from her family in a time of grief, asking for prayers and support.Evan Newman, a manager for Brueggergosman, said on Monday he believed the singer was still at the hospital awaiting her procedure.The Canadian Press by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 17, 2019 8:59 am PDT
British tourist Alan Duk Tien, 28, died from drowning, a post-mortem examination showed on Tuesday after he was pronounced dead on Sunday.The post-mortem was carried out by state pathologist Eleni Antoniou at approximately 10am.The man was on a boat with two friends in the Konnos Bay area of Cape Greco on Sunday when he lost consciousness while swimming at approximately 6:15pm.He was pulled from the water by his friends, who failed to revive him, and called port authority police from Ayia Napa for help. The police arrived at the scene and took him to the small port in Ayios Nikolaos in the town of Paralimni.The police then took him to Famagusta general, where doctors pronounced the 28-year-old’s death.You May LikeSaving Money WeeklyPeople Born Before 1985 With No Life Insurance Are In For A Big SurpriseSaving Money WeeklyUndoFitness Engage11 Ultimate Exercises For Killer AbsFitness EngageUndoCar and DriverTop 40 Coolest Movie Cars of All TimeCar and DriverUndo Widowers threaten legal action over pensionsUndoLimassol police investigating attempted murderUndo‘Ordinary hero’ says EU cooperation succeeded in combating human traffickingUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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