Revenue Canada has been instructed to get a hold of the so-called “Panama Papers”, and to start reviewing it’s leaked details.Governments across the world began investigating possible wrongdoing by the rich and powerful, after documents from a Panamanian law firm were leaked, detailing alleged offshore accounts and tax shelters. The papers also reveal suspected cases of money laundering, sanctions evasion and tax avoidance. The hidden identities of some 350 Canadians are contained in the private data, and Canada’s largest bank, RBC has also been associated with the registered shell companies.Thousands gathered in Iceland yesterday, calling for the Prime Minister to resign after he was linked to some detailed tax heavens. He denied any illegal involvement, but resigned today. In Argentina, President Mauricio Macri was also among those named in the documents. He said in a statement yesterday, he was part of a “legal operation” when he was moonlighted as director of an offshore company in the Bahamas. And in France, President Francois Hollande says his country will investigate the documents, and that possible cases involving French individuals will be brought to justice. Several-hundred French citizens are reportedly among the individuals mentioned.The head of the Panama-based law firm at the centre of the leak denies any wrongdoing, saying his firm has fallen victim to “an international campaign against privacy.” He says the “vast majority” of the offshore companies set up by his firm were for “legitimate purposes.”
OTTAWA — The annual pace of housing starts slowed in February as higher mortgage rates and less stimulative economic conditions helped soften demand, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Friday.The housing agency said the seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts fell to 173,153 units in February compared with 206,809 units the month before.Economists had expected an annual pace of 205,000, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.“As a leading indicator of economic activity, February’s steep decline in housing starts may raise some eyebrows in Ottawa,” Fotios Raptis, senior economist at TD Bank, wrote in a report.“Although housing starts seemed to be unscathed by the new B-20 regulations that took effect in January 2018, higher borrowing costs and tougher mortgage qualifying conditions may finally be taking a toll on new residential construction.” ‘The Bank of Canada is on hold,’ with little good news to be seen on the economic front Mortgage stress test proponents say rules are working. But what exactly were they supposed to do, again? With the Bank of Canada holding interest rates … just how vulnerable are Canadians to debt? The slowing housing starts come as sales of existing homes has also been slowing. The Canadian Real Estate Association reported home sales posted their weakest January since 2015.Rising mortgage rates and tighter lending rules have been blamed for the slowdown in sales, prompting some to call on the federal government to make changes in the upcoming federal budget to help first-time homebuyers.CIBC economist Royce Mendes said 2019 is shaping up to be a tougher year for homebuilding.“Residential investment was downright ugly in the fourth quarter, and the latest reading on housing starts only added to the bad news on Canadian homebuilding,” Mendes wrote.“Prior to this reading, starts had seen a bit of a renaissance, rising back above 200,000 for four straight months. But the market has been a contending with the effects of higher interest rates and stricter lending standards, and a pace of 200,000 looked unlikely for the year as a whole.”The overall decline in the pace of housing starts came as the annual rate of urban starts fell 18.0 per cent in February to 155,663 units.The pace of urban multiple-unit projects such as condominiums, apartments and townhouses fell 20.2 per cent to 116,284 units, while single-detached urban starts dropped 10.6 per cent to 39,379 units.Rural starts were estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 17,490 units.The six-month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates of housing starts was 203,554 in February, down from 207,742 in January.
“Iraq is not ready to receive large numbers of refugees, it is just economically not viable at this time,” UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Special Envoy Dennis McNamara told journalists in Geneva after returning from his second visit in a month. “The security situation in Iraq and in Baghdad in particular has deteriorated. It was noticeably worse during this latest visit to Baghdad than it was at the start of June.”Of the estimated 4 million Iraqis outside their homeland, UNHCR estimates that up to 500,000, living primarily in Iran and Jordan, may seek its help to go back once the situation improves inside Iraq.Mr. McNamara said UNHCR was planning to help some refugees clamouring to go back from neighbouring countries, but before large numbers could return, authorities in Baghdad needed to ensure security, essential services and a functioning civil administration throughout Iraq.”These essential elements are not yet in place throughout the country,” he added. “If they are in place, the refugee [return] situation is manageable. Iraq is not post-conflict, but continuing conflict at low levels in a number of areas. The (United States-run provisional) Authority is grappling on a daily basis with these problems of security.”He noted, for example, that attacks on the premises of the UN World Food Programme and the International Organization for Migration in the northern city of Mosul last weekend had brought humanitarian activities there to a halt and that UNHCR and its partner agencies had temporarily withdrawn from the area.Initial returns, he added, “should be small-scale, voluntary, viable and orderly,” with first priority given to states neighbouring Iraq.He said that UNHCR was also prepared to help some of the 1 million internally displaced Iraqis to return home. Hundreds of thousands of displaced people currently reside in the northern third of the country after being driven from their homes under Saddam Hussein’s “Arabization” policies. But sustained and peaceful returns would require a functioning property adjudication system to help resolve ownership disputes and other property issues.
Concerned at the situation facing civilians in strife-torn Gaza, Secretary-General Kofi Annan today issued a strong appeal for urgent action to alleviate their plight, calling on Israel to lift restrictions hampering the work of UN agencies there.“As I have repeatedly stated, I am extremely concerned about the dangerous situation in the occupied Palestinian Territory,” Mr. Annan said in a statement released in Berlin, Germany. “I am appealing for urgent action to alleviate the desperate humanitarian situation of the civilian population.”He called attention to factors contributing to the problems plaguing Gaza. “The Israeli air strikes on Gaza’s only power plant have had a far-reaching impact on Gaza’s hospitals, flour mills, water and sanitation systems,” he said. “The strict controls imposed during the past weeks on the passage of basic products into Gaza, including fuel, have aggravated the difficulties of the population.”To address shortages of basic foodstuffs, and to maintain essential health and sanitation services, Mr. Annan called on the Government of Israel to restore and maintain the continuous and uninterrupted supply of fuel to Gaza and to act expeditiously to replace the destroyed equipment at the Gaza power plant.“The passage of foodstuffs and other essential supplies through the Karni commercial crossing should be ensured and restrictions on movement and access for UN agencies should be lifted forthwith,” he stated. The Secretary-General also reiterated his longstanding appeal that all concerned “exercise maximum restraint and to respect their obligations under international humanitarian law.”
The Athletics and Recreation Department and Health Management Office are partnering for a free family skate and Brock Badgers game on Dec. 4, 2015. Brock staff and faculty are invited to visit the Seymour Hannah Arena along with their families from 5:15-6:15 p.m. for a free skate sponsored by Health Management. Participants in the family skate will also be given free tickets to watch the Brock Badgers men’s hockey game (compliments of the Athletics and Recreation Department) starting at 7:15 p.m. Important event facts: • It’s Community Care night — there will be a collection of non-perishable food items.• Children six years of age and under must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet when participating in public skating. Children will not be permitted on the ice without the approved equipment.• Assistive devices (chairs, pylons, strollers etc.) are not permitted, except for individuals with disabilities requiring assistance.• All participants on the ice must wear skates.• Athletics and Recreation will be providing hot chocolate for skaters.
“The events at Westminster took place in less than 90 seconds and were able to be brought to an end because hundreds of officers were in the vicinity. Calum Steele said Scottish officers were not equipped to respond to a fast-moving terrorist attackCredit:PA The emergency motion conference whether the fight against terrorism risked being undermined by cuts to the policing budget and whether officers have enough personal equipment – including firearms – to be able to protect themselves in the event of a terrorist incident.Calum Steele, head of the SPF, claimed officers did not have the equipment to protect themselves or the public.Speaking afterwards he added: “We know that batons don’t work, we know that in 40 per cent of cases spray doesn’t work, we know that unarmed police officers are not only sent to incidents of knives but also to reports of firearms. That’s a disgraceful position to find ourselves in and it’s unforgivable. Police patrolling outside the Scottish Parliament are to carry Tasers in the wake of the Westminster terror attack.However, calls for all officers to be armed with Tasers have been rejected, amid claims that Police Scotland is not equipped to respond to a fast-moving attack such as last week’s terrorist incident in London.MSPs and Holyrood staff were told about the move in advance of an announcement from the force.The change, which is not based on any known intelligence threat, follows the attack by the terrorist Khalid Masood, who killed four people in an 82-second rampage in London last week.The calls for all officers to have Tasers, and for more armed officers, came from rank and file members at the Scottish Police Federation conference.They were rejected by Deputy Chief Constable Johnny Gwynne, who told BBC Scotland the police response to terrorism and organised crime needed to be more nuanced and depended, to a large extent, on community co-operation. The use of Tasers at Holyrood was not linked to intelligence informationCredit:PA “No police force in the world can stop those kind of events, but police should be given the equipment they need to protect themselves and the public if events unfold quickly.”We don’t have anything that would allow us to deal with the immediacy of a very quick attack such as that which unfolded in London.”During the discussion, delegate Chris Thomson called for a complete review of how officers deal with threats from weapons, saying: “Now is the time for all officers to have at least a Taser and more divisional firearms officers carrying a handgun.”It won’t stop all attacks but it will be a better defence than we currently have.”We don’t have all the tools to deal with two neds stabbing each other, never mind a terrorist attack like we saw. Our tactics are wrong and out of date.”David Hamilton, vice-chair of the SPF, suggested looking to the Norwegian policing model where all officers are firearms trained and have a gun safely locked away in their car.He said: “We need to be able to stand up our response quickly and we’re totally ill-equipped for that. We need to have more in the bank.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
When Carl Sagan, the late American astrophysicist, made the comment that ‘we are made of star-stuff’ he meant that all the elements on Earth were once produced in the heart of stars before being flung out into the universe in giant supernovae. But British scientists have now discovered that the actual building blocks of life itself are also found floating in stardust. Researchers from Queen Mary University of London and University College London discovered an organic compound in the swirling material which is forming new stars 400 light years away in the constellation Ophiuchus, The Serpent Bearer.The area of space is significant because it is a mirror image of how our own Solar System formed billions of years ago, suggesting that life in our section of the universe probably got going in a similar way. It also means alien life elsewhere is more likely. The compound Methyl isocyanate comes from a family of molecules which are the foundation of vital molecular mixtures such as peptides and amino acids which are essential for living organisms on Earth.Scientists have long suspected that organic compounds were brought to Earth via comets, which crashed into the planet, setting off an evolutionary chain of events which eventually led to humans. But it was unclear where they had come from in the first place. The new finding suggests the compounds may form in the melting pot of new stars. Life may have arrived on Earth through similar building blocks which formed around our own star, The Sun Credit:AP Rafael Martín-Doménech said: “We are particularly excited about the result because these protostars are very similar to the Sun at the beginning of its lifetime, with the sort of conditions that are well suited for Earth-sized planets to form.“By finding prebiotic molecules in this study, we may now have another piece of the puzzle in understanding how life came about on our planet.”Dr Niels Ligterink at the Leiden Observatory in the Netherlands also carried out laboratory experiments to prove that the chemicals could form in the icy depths of space.“This implies that this molecule and thus the basis for peptide bonds is indeed likely to be present near most new young solar-type stars,” he said.The findings were reported in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. The team made the discovery using data from the ALMA telescope (Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array) in Chile.They found the unique chemical fingerprints located in the warm, dense inner regions of the cocoon of dust and gas surrounding young stars in their earliest stages of evolution. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. ALMA has observed stars like the Sun at a very early stage in their formation and found traces of methyl isocyanate a chemical building block of life.Credit:ESO/Digitized Sky Survey 2/L. Calçada “This family of organic molecules is involved in the synthesis of peptides and amino acids, which, in the form of proteins, are the biological basis for life as we know it,” said Audrey Coutens at UCL.Dr David Quénard from QMUL’s School of Physics and Astronomy, added: “Our findings indicate that the key ingredients for the origin of life could have been produced at an early stage of the Solar System.“It is believed that some basic prebiotic chemistry could have developed in space, likely transferring prebiotic molecules to the solar nebula and later on to Earth.”Earth and the other planets in our Solar System are formed from the material left over after the formation of the Sun around 4.5 billion years ago. The ALMA observatory Credit:ALMA So finding complex molecules at the birth of a star indicates that all the planets created around it are already surrounded with the chemical ingredients needed to make life.Organic molecules created in clouds of interstellar gas and dust during the early stages of star formation could have easily been transferred to planets and smaller bodies, such as asteroids and comets, forming around stars, the scientists believe.Dr Izaskun Jiménez-Serra from the School of Physics and Astronomy at Queen Mary added: “Our results suggest that the chemical composition of comets may be inherited directly from the interstellar medium.”
Today marks the 15th anniversary of chess champion Gary Kasparov’s first match against IBM’s Deep Blue. Between this anniversary and the fact that next week mark’s the long awaited match between the company’ Watson computer and two of Jeopardy’s winningest champions, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the more important moments in mankind’s battle against technology.The Mechanical Turk, 1770The original Deep Blue, Wolfgang von Kempelen, built this chess-playing robot to impress an empress. The machine provided to be a pretty worthy opponent. It also proved to be a big hoax, with space for a chess expert to sit inside in order to manipulate the machineFrankenstein, 1818Mary Shelley offers up an early treatise on the dangers of the industrial revolution with the story of a scientist who literally creates a monster.John Henry, 1870sThis steel-driving man raced a mechanical steam hammer–and won. Only thing is, he was probably about as real as Paul Bunyan’s ox. Still, the tale made us feel better about our species for another century or so.R.U.R., 1921This Czech play is best remembered today for having introduced the word “robot.” While the robots aren’t quite the same as the robots we know today, they do have one very important thing in common: killing all humans.Deep Blue, 1996Reigning world champion Gary Kasparov begins a chess match with IBM’s Dee Blue. At the end of seven days, Kasparov is victorious, winning 4 to 2. A year later, a souped-up version of the computer will go on to defeat Kasporov by a score of 3½ to 2½.Watson Appears on Jeopardy, 2011Jeopardy pits two of its biggest all-time winners agains the IBM machine, Watson, for a prize of $1 million–Ken Jennings won an astonishing 74 games in a row. Brad Rutter is the show’s all-time top money winner at $3.3 million in prizes. The machine beat the contestants in a trial run.
Kimdecent is getting ready to offer up another new addition to its Android-powered HDMI PC offerings, and this one’s packing a nice performance upgrade. Unlike the MK802 which featured a single-core AllWinner A10 processor, the Droid Stick A2 is built around a dual-core AMLogic AML8726-MX chip.The clock speed remains the same at 1.5GHz, but it’s built around the ARM Cortex-A9 architecture as opposed to A8 like the AllWinner. According to ARM, that should give the Droid Stick A2 enough horsepower to burn through more than twice as many operations per second. The A2 also doubles up on RAM (1GB), and WiFi speed has gotten a boost thanks to 802.11n support. Its Android OS has been updated, too, and now sits at version 4.1.1.The Droid Stick A2 isn’t available yet, but it should be ready for sale by the first week of November. Pricing hasn’t surfaced yet, but with similar guts available in Shanzai tablets for about $110, it’s a safe bet that the Droid Stick A2 should be competitive with similar devices like the $89 “MK802 killer” that popped up back in August.2012 has already seen the Raspberry Pi, the VIA APC, and scores of Android HDMI stick PCs. It’s been a big year for small-footprint, low-cost computing. And there’s no sign that developments are slowing down, especially when it comes to those handy little Android sticks. Clearly it’s a simple task for manufacturers to swap new processors in without causing serious production delays, so it probably won’t be long before these things are sporting quad-core chips like the ODROID-X.More at CNX Software and Kimdecent
23,431 Views Peter Sheridan, chief executive of Co-operation Ireland and a former assistant chief constable with the PSNI, who mediated the meeting said the Chancellor absolutely understood the personal messages that people gave her. Source: Christina Finn/Twitter Image: Sam Boal Apr 4th 2019, 8:36 PM Image: Sam Boal Thursday 4 Apr 2019, 8:36 PM https://jrnl.ie/4577142 41 Comments As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: ANGELA MERKEL WAS given a history lesson about Northern Ireland from people who live along the border region while visiting Dublin today.Ahead of the formal meeting, Merkel and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar participated in a roundtable discussion with people from Northern Ireland and the border area.The 15 member panel comprised Protestants and Catholics, unionists and nationalists, from the border region north and south.Members of the public who live along the border area shared their personal experiences and perspectives on the impact any return to a hard border would have on border communities and businesses. These included a peace worker in Belfast who lost close family members in a bomb attack, a Unionist farmer and haulier from Inishowen in Donegal and a GP from Inishowen who now lives in Derry.Some of the people had direct personal experience of the conflict before the Good Friday Agreement.Aware of what is at stakeSpeaking alongside Varadkar this afternoon, Merkel said a solution to maintaining an open border must be found, stating that she is aware of what is at stake.The Merkel visit attracted the world’s media to Dublin, with many caught up in their country’s own concerns in the Brexitshambles. Source: Pool Picture/Rollingnews.ieThe German journalists (after being left in dismay at how it can take 45 minutes to travel through Dublin traffic to Farmleigh) asked about what their Chancellor thought of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans along with a domestic issue surrounding some famous paintings.Meanwhile British journalists were wondering what Merkel thought of the play-acting in Westminster (although one British journalist in the press room seemed rather concerned on the telephone while discussing the possibility that Irish potatoes would not be allowed to be imported into the UK).The impact on real livesBut the Northern Ireland community group were clear. They believe one message is the most important.“This impacts on human beings”, they told reporters.Standing in the pouring rain outside Farmleigh House, the seven-strong group said that is the message they want Merkel to take back to Europe. While economics might be important, the human aspect and life on the border regions should be protected, they said. That is the message that should be conveyed to the European Council meeting next week and should be “central” to any discussions about reaching a solution to the impasse. Merkel was told about the personal lived experiences of those living kin those NI. Those who spoke to her said she received the message well particularly with her own experience of east and west Germany pic.twitter.com/77CIBOKdl7— Christina Finn (@christinafinn8) April 4, 2019 By Christina Finn Share28 Tweet Email4 I think anyone who was there couldn’t help but be impressed by her. She understood the passion of people, and the very personal stories people shared with her this afternoon.She reflected her own understanding and her own background and what it was like to be behind a wall. ”You also couldn’t help but be impressed about the range of people around that table today who were there speaking about their own personal experiences.“I have no doubt that the chancellor went away well-informed about the impact and the ‘people part’ of this, not just the technical part of it – we’re trying to put people in the middle of all this.Seriousness of the border issue Patricia MacBride, a Magistrate in Derry, and a former Commissioner for Victims and Survivors of the Northern Ireland conflict, said it was clear from their meeting with Merkel today that she understood the seriousness of the border issue. “Particularly given her own experience prior to German reunification,” she said, adding that during their meeting with the chancellor it was clear she also understood the challenges a hard border can bring.It was an experience that Merkel mentioned later in the press conference with Varadkar. “I personally come, after all, from a country that for many years was divided by a wall,” the Chancellor said.For 34 years I lived behind the Iron Curtain so I know only too well what it means once borders vanish, once walls fall and that one needs to do anything in order to bring about a peaceful cooperation.After all a heavy death toll has been taken here throughout the Troubles.Journalist and broadcaster, Dearbhail McDonald, who also attended today, said Merkel obviously did not tell the group how Europe plan to proceed going forward in the Brexit talks but said the chancellor took away with her the importance of the customs union and single market, in terms of the North. Merkel later described the meeting with those living in Northern Ireland as “moving”, stating that she learnt about what it “means for their life” living on the border, adding that it will “encourage” her to ensure the “peaceful” Good Friday Agreement is upheld.She said today’s meeting was a very “important experience”. Will it be something she carries with her into the European Council meeting next week. We will have to wait and see, as Brexit goes down to the wire. Short URL In a ‘moving’ meeting with North community members, Merkel compared border issue to Iron Curtain Ahead of the formal meeting, Merkal and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar participated in a roundtable discussion with people from Northern Ireland and the border area. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Luciano Spalletti praised the performance of both Inter Milan and Benevento despite thrashing the opposition 6-2 to book a date with Lazio FC.Inter seemed to be on a smooth ride when they went 2-0 up within six minutes, but Benevento netted twice to reduce the deficit after Spalletti’s men went on a scoring spree“I told (Benevento Coach Cristian) Bucchi after the final whistle that he ought to be proud of that performance,” Spalletti said on Inter TV and cited on Football Italia.“When we went 4-0 up, there was the risk they would stop playing and our attitude was one of assuming it was over, but they constantly pushed forward to harass us off the ball. It was a real game and a difficult one.“I compliment my team because they proved themselves very professional in their approach during the week building up to it. There is the risk of getting distracted and embarrassed, the way we were last year, so this result is a step forward.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“I was impressed with the players who haven’t been on the field as much this season, such as Andrea Ranocchia, Daniele Padelli, Antonio Candreva, and Roberto Gagliardini.”It was a strange atmosphere at San Siro, as the game was played behind closed doors as punishment for repeated racist chanting from Inter fans.“It was not really a match,” said Spalletti. “This is not sport or the kind of spectacle we want to see. It is not football, it is not entertainment. Nobody wants to be in a stadium with that atmosphere.”The Nerazzurri go forward and will face Lazio in the quarter-final later this month.
Police searching for suspect who stole pickup truck at gunpoint Posted: October 13, 2018 KUSI Newsroom October 13, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A man was at large Saturday in a Toyota pickup truck stolen at gunpoint from a man in a San Diego neighborhood after he first tried to take a woman’s SUV, authorities said.The carjacking was reported at 6:13 p.m. at 3645 Lloyd Terrace, San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said.A 21-year-old woman was parking her Ford Expedition on the street when the suspect walked up to the passenger side window, pointed a gun at her and demanded the keys, Heims said. “The victim turned off the truck and threw the keys at the suspect then she got out of the truck and ran away.”The suspect recovered the keys, got in on the driver’s side and put the keys in the ignition but got out and walked to a house with an open garage, he said.The suspect pointed a gun at a man inside a garage and demanded his truck, Heims said. The victim handed over the keys and the suspect took the gray 2002 Toyota Tacoma truck with a ladder rack in the back. The California license number is 6Y93910.The suspect was described as Hispanic, in his late 20s, 6 feet tall, 200 pounds, with short dark hair and a short beard, wearing a dark hoodie, red shirt, dark pants and dark shoes, the officer said..Anyone with information was asked to call San Diego police at (619) 531-2000 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.
MARATHON, FLA. (WSVN) – The Wounded Warrior Project ended their ride around the Florida Keys with a swim with dolphins.More than 30 veterans took a dip with dolphins in Marathon, Sunday. The day served as physical and emotional therapy for soldiers who were injured overseas.This concluded their three-day cycling event to raise awareness and support for members of the military.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
2019 Cadillac Escalade review: Large, luxurious and long in the tooth 0 Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: 76 Photos Review • 2019 Ford Expedition Review More about 2019 Ford Expedition Max Platinum 2018 Ford Expedition Max Platinum: Large and luxurious More From Roadshow 2019 Ford Expedition Max Platinum: Large scale meets upscale 2020 Cadillac CT6 first drive: Going out with a Blackwing bang Ford Share your voice 2019 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison: An off-road animal Tags Ford Enlarge ImageFord’s largest SUV is set to once again be crowned a king … of the ranch. Antuan Goodwin/Roadshow Last seen in 2017, the King Ranch name is coming back to the Ford Expedition, and it may be a tempting upgrade for buyers looking for just a little more bling.For the 2020 model year, Ford order guides show the big SUV will once again offer the King Ranch edition, slotting between the Limited and Platinum trims. Effectively, it might be a nice little half-step for buyers looking for extra gear without taking a full step into the expensive Platinum trim.CarsDirect, which first reported on the order guide on Friday, said the Expedition King Ranch will set a buyer back $74,290 after a mandatory destination charge. Adding four-wheel drive will cost an extra $3,130. It’ll also be available for both the standard Expedition and the larger Expedition Max; the latter will start at $76,985 including destination. Since Ford isn’t ready to show us the King Ranch just yet, all we can do is describe what’s set to differentiate the model from other Expeditions. Per the order guide, the exterior will sport a Stone Gray trim on the bumpers, roof rails and a set of power running boards. To beef things up further, there’ll be a set of 22-inch six-spoke aluminum wheels with painted pockets, too. Taking a seat inside the Expedition King Ranch will reveal loads of King Ranch branding, naturally. The interior will be awash in Del Rio leather with King Ranch logos embossed on each row of seats. The same logo will be present on the floor mats and aluminum door plates. A 360-degree camera with a split-view function will be standard equipment and the power-folding mirrors will match the rest of the exterior’s Stone Gray look.Ford hasn’t detailed the 2020 Expedition’s changes yet, but you can bet it will be keen to underscore the King Ranch’s return when it’s ready. SUVs 5:47
The Togiak traditional council has rolled out the “not welcome” mat to a Dillingham man they say has been importing alcohol and drugs into the community.Download Audio This is the second time in a year that the Togiak tribe has banished an individual from the village. Last fall, local air carriers were informed that the first of them, a 23-year-old from Dillingham, was no longer welcome in Togiak. On Friday letters went out that the second had been banished as well. He, a brother to the first, is 26 years old.“I think we need to do this, to protect our future children, and our elders, because they’re vulnerable. It’s been getting worse, and we’re saying enough is enough,” said traditional council president Jimmy Coopchiak.The tribe has decided not to publicly release the men’s names. Because the allegations of drug and alcohol importation leveled against the men are not based on state criminal complaints or filed in open court, KDLG has withheld their names from this report.Local airlines confirmed that the tribe had asked them not to allow either of these brothers passage to the village.Banishments from tribal lands in Alaska are not necessarily common, but are not unheard of. The procedure appears to be of renewed interest as communities wrestle with the epidemic of heroin and meth use.“It’s rare, but we are exercising our sovereign authority as a federally-recognized tribe,” said Togiak tribal court clerk Helen Gregorio.Gregorio said banishment begins with a petition to the tribal council, which then meets with the court’s three judge panel. Once the banishment order has been signed, the tribe says its police force will arrest the men if they set foot on their tribal lands.The first man was banished for life, the most recently banished for the next 10 years.Coopchiak said the council is taking more petitioned cases under consideration right now, these involving actual tribal members who live in Togiak.“If it’s a tribal member, we have the authority to revoke their membership in our tribal membership,” he said.Coopchiak and other officials in Togiak, a dry village, say the amount of hard drugs and alcohol coming in has spiked dramatically in the past two years. They blame that in part on direct cargo flights from Anchorage, and a lack of enforcement. They say they are asking the state and federal governments for help, hoping for funding and expanded jurisdiction for their tribal police and court.
The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. 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 | 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 | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD 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 May 11, 2015 — Provision Healthcare has signed a joint agreement with the Tianjin Taishan Cancer Hospital (International Personalized Cancer Center, “IPCC”) in northern China to build the first and only proton therapy center in the free trade zone. The agreement will also develop a training facility for medical providers as part of Provision’s global expansion strategy.The $100 million center will be jointly owned and operated by Provision and Tianjin Hospital and named the TAEA Sino-US Proton Treatment and Research Center. ProNova Solutions, Provision’s research and development (R&D) and manufacturing business, will manufacture and outfit the center’s three treatment rooms with its SC360 proton treatment system. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2018.Proton therapy uses a single beam of high-energy protons to precisely target a tumor with limited exposure to surrounding healthy tissues. Proton therapy is used to treat a variety of cancer types including prostate, breast, lung, head and neck, pediatric cancer and Hodgkin’s lymphoma.The venture will include a research capability for conducting clinical trials focused on further development of proton therapy in northern China. Additionally, the partners will develop and build a nearby training center to educate medical personnel as the use of proton therapy expands across the country.“As the name indicates, Tianjin Taishan Hospital (IPCC) strives to provide personalized cancer treatment,” said Xishan Hao, M.D., president of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association, honorary president of Tianjin Medical University and Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital, director of the Tianjin Cancer Institute. “ProNova’s advanced technology will help Tianjin Taishan Hospital become the first provider for proton therapy in a free trade zone of China. The network of proton therapy centers that Provision has created will bring Taishan to the front row of global cancer research.”The proton center’s three treatment rooms will include two 360-degree rotation gantrys and one fixed beam system, and Provision will be responsible for operation and maintenance of the equipment. Provision will be involved in design and development of the project as well as management of patient services.For more information: www.provisionha.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more 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 Related Content 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 News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… 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 News | May 11, 2015 Provision Healthcare to Develop First Proton Therapy Center in Northern China’s Free Trade Zone Partner agreement will build proton center with SC360 system plus training facility The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more
Photo courtesy of GE HealthcareOver the last decade, the impact of dense fibroglandular breast tissue on breast cancer screening has become a prominent topic of national conversation among those fighting the disease. Screening is the first line of defense for patients, and the realization that their mammography results may not be accurate has caused concern. While mammography remains the gold standard for breast cancer detection and diagnosis, the “one-size-fits-all” approach of years past has evolved as patients and providers drive toward more personalized screening programs. While several technologies and other new developments have propelled this idea forward, automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) has gone a long way toward cementing the idea of patient-specific breast cancer screening protocols and programs.While the radiological consequences of dense breast tissue have only become public knowledge in the last decade or so, healthcare providers have been long aware of the complications. They were not required to share that information with patients, however, so most did not. The status quo changed in 2009 when Connecticut became the first state to pass a breast density inform law mandating inclusion of density information in the mammography reports of patients found to have heterogeneously or extremely dense breasts (according to the American College of Radiology Breast Imaging-Reporting and Data System [BI-RADS]). As of press time, 31 states have enacted some version of density inform legislation. “The big push is to personalize breast care,” said Monica Saini, M.D., medical director for ultrasound at GE Healthcare. “We also need to address the individual differences between women — and the most common difference is breast density.” This change in understanding has lead to further research into other modalities to supplement mammography for women with dense breast tissue (BI-RADS categories 3 and 4). The first paper considering ultrasound as a breast screening modality was published in 1995, demonstrating its ability to detect mammographically occult cancers. Numerous follow-up studies have confirmed this capability, though overall detection rates remain comparable between the two modalities. Climbing the Learning CurveWhile the impact of fibroglandular breast density and the ability of automated breast ultrasound to counter it are now well-established, the technology has yet to see widespread adoption. As with any new technology, there is a learning curve, a challenge numerous radiologists have acknowledged for ABUS. Perhaps most importantly, the three-dimensional views provided by ABUS are forcing radiologists to approach reading time from a whole different viewpoint. “That’s been the biggest change in mindset,” Saini admitted, “but it was also what sold me on ABUS.” “It’s a new experience for the sonographer, especially in regards to positioning,” Matthew Ernst, ultrasound marketing manager for Hitachi Aloka, said of the experience. He said Hitachi tells users to look for landmarks during the radial scan, and Hitachi’s Sofia system provides images in the radial view by default (though the coronal view is available). These adjustments can initially lead to increased recall rates and reading times as users adapt to the new technology. Saini estimated that her recall rates were cut in half after reading about 150 cases, and her reading times went from 5-10 minutes down to 3 minutes or less in that span. Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems Feature | Women’s Health | May 05, 2017 | By Jeff Zagoudis ABUS Driving Personalized Breast Screening Automated breast ultrasound is gaining ground as a supplemental screening modality for patients with dense breasts ABUS Market Continues to GrowThe number of vendors in the ABUS market has grown slowly, with Siemens, U-Systems Inc. (acquired by GE Healthcare in 2012) and SonoCine among the first to launch systems. GE Healthcare introduced its latest-generation ABUS system, dubbed Invenia, at the 2013 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago. The system can conduct a whole-breast 3-D examination in 15 minutes, capturing thousands of images to provide a comprehensive view of the breast. Images are presented in the coronal view by default, but the more traditional views can be accessed with a single click. The company released a software update in March designed to improve image quality by enhancing tissue penetration, which reduces shadowing on the image; Saini said this also makes it easier to distinguish cysts from masses in the breast. The new software now allows evaluation behind the nipple, an area Saini said is traditionally difficult to penetrate. Hitachi Aloka joined the market through a different path in 2014 when it became the exclusive distributor of iVu Imaging’s Sofia automated whole breast ultrasound scanner. The system can perform a whole-breast scan in just 30 seconds, acquiring 900 images in a single sweep thanks to radial scan capabilities and an extra-long linear probe. Unlike other breast ultrasound systems, Sofia performs exams in the prone position, “so the patient’s own body weight will essentially perform their own compression,” said Ernst. In September 2016, Hitachi announced that the Sofia whole-breast imaging technology would be integrated with its own Arietta 60 and 70 ultrasound systems. The Arietta platform and its long linear transducer enable the system to automate the 3-D radial acquisition of an entire breast in nearly half the time of previous-generation ultrasound systems.Watch a sponsored VIDEO showing how the GE ABUS system worksWatch the VIDEO ” Implementing Advanced Breast Imaging Technology.” Advances in Breast Ultrasound TechnologyEarly investigations of ultrasound for breast screening employed handheld ultrasound units. While mostly effective, these offered two significant disadvantages — exams could take up to 30 minutes and the results could be significantly impacted by the skill (or lack thereof) of the operator. Automated breast ultrasound resolves both of these issues, conducting a full-breast sweep in significantly less time to produce a 3-D volumetric image. The three-dimensional views — which now include the coronal view, previously unused for breast imaging — allow radiologists to observe breast tissue from different angles that may reveal tumors previously unseen in a flat, 2-D view. ABUS and Workflow ImprovementsAs the technology continues to mature, users are having an easier time incorporating ABUS into the daily clinical workflow.Marc Roy, M.D., director of breast imaging at Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights, Ill., has been using ABUS for a few years, offering the service Monday-Friday and most Saturdays on two dedicated machines. “We recommend it to anyone who has dense breast tissue and had a normal screening mammogram,” said Roy, estimating the hospital conducts 15-20 exams per day. All users took an eight-hour training course on the ABUS systems, and all cases were double-read early on. Roy said the technologists shared more cases in the early going, and that they also took more views than needed to become accustomed to the new mindset. El Camino Hospital Breast Health Center was one of the first breast centers in California to adopt ABUS technology, according to Silaja Yitta, M.D., director of breast imaging and intervention. The center offers ultrasound screening daily to every woman found to have dense breast tissue (though a doctor’s order is required for the examination), with an average volume of 4-10 patients per day, with patients in and out in 30 minutes. “It gives women a peace of mind that they’re doing something additional for themselves if they have dense breast tissue,” Yitta said, adding that El Camino has patients who come from other facilities specifically for breast ultrasound screening because it is not offered where they had their mammogram. California does have a breast density inform law, and Yitta explained that as a result her patient demographic tends to be fairly educated and have spoken with their primary care doctor about breast density and supplemental screening. News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… 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 | 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 IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. The algorithm was trained on 9,611 mammograms. Image courtesy of Radiology. News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more
Go back to the enewsletterMyconian Collection, a family-owned group of luxury hotels, offers guests a variety of truly authentic Grecian experiences unlike any other. From private yacht tours of The Garden of the Gods, to underwater photography lessons, to off-road motocross adventures, there’s no shortage of once-in-a-lifetime experiences.Sail Delos, The Garden of the Gods, on a luxury yachtMykonos may be one of the most cosmopolitan destinations in the world today, however historically it was overshadowed by a tiny island to its southwest, Delos. Known as The Garden of the Gods, Delos was a beacon of religion, trade, culture and multiculturalism in Ancient Greece. Today, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its ‘outstanding universal value’. Pilgrims from all over the world would flock to holy sanctuary Delos, the birthplace of Apollo – god of music, truth and light – and his sister, Artemis – the goddess of the hunt.Eager to share this bright chapter of history with the world, the Myconian Collection has curated a luxurious experience to introduce guests to the glory of Delos. Setting sail from Mykonos on a private yacht, guests are able to marvel at fantastic statues, ancient houses and temples with local insights provided an experienced tour guide.Release your inner-hipster during a local brewery tourShowcasing an authentic, trendy side of Mykonos, The Mykonos Brewing Company opens its doors to a select few Myconian Collection guests to share the secrets of craft beer.“From stunning IPAs to Belgian caramel wheat beer, your senses will be brought to life by the smell of hops, the sounds of glasses clinking and the taste of stunning samples. You’ll also find out everything you wanted to know about the history of Mykonos spirits and beers and the process of making everyone’s favourite drink, all the way from sourcing ingredients to enjoying a perfectly brewed pint,” said Vangelis Daktylides, General Manager of Myconian Ambassador Hotel.Experience a bird’s eye view of the Aegean SeaThe idea of flying has always fascinated humans, even millennia before the invention of the first aeroplanes. There are many ways to fly, however the Myconian Collection team has found the most luxurious and most exciting option, and paired it with local expertise to bring its guests a one-of-a-kind experience.By booking a helicopter tour of Mykonos and the nearby islands, the team at Myconian Collection offers its guests a unique opportunity to get the exhilarating feeling of flying while exploring the archipelago. Guests can watch the sun glisten on the water, witness the endless hues of blue, and take in wondrous vistas, safely in the hands of Myconian Collection’s trusted pilots. The helicopter tour of Mykonos is an exclusive Myconian experience not to be missed.Capture the dream with underwater photographyIn the age of social media, we are all becoming a bit immune to typical holiday photographs: stunning sunsets, emblematic landmarks, carefree shots on sandy beaches. However, it’s less typical to find holiday shots taken underwater.As part of its unique experiences package, Myconian Collection presents a chance to take part in a curated experience of underwater photography. Alongside an expert team, guests can take a boat to the perfect spot for a photography session – where they can dive into the crystal-clear waters of the Agean to let the bottom of the sea reveal its kaleidoscope of colours and magnificence. Guests can take an exclusive peek at the wondrous aquatic world, obtain pictures of themselves in a brand-new light and make memories for everyone to see – under the sea!Mykonos motocross mania experienceThe Myconian Collection has curated an extraordinary experience for its speed-loving guests. The group offers guests an opportunity to pump their holiday full of adrenaline by booking a motocross adventure. No matter the age or skill level, Myconian Collection guests will be safe and protected in state-of-the-art gear, riding a powerful off-road motorbike and making exciting new memories in the sun.“This summer dare to enjoy Mykonos in a brand-new way by spinning laps around thrilling tracks under the blue Aegean sky. There’s no better place to race against the wind than the island of the winds!” said Daktylides.For more information on the collection, see www.myconiancollection.gr/Go back to the enewsletter
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