Modi arrives in France for G7 Summit

first_imgBiarritz: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday arrived in France to attend the G7 Summit where he will speak on burning global issues of environment, climate and digital transformation and also meet the world leaders. Modi arrived here from Manama after concluding his three-nation tour to France, the UAE and Bahrain where he offered prayers at the Shreenathji Temple, the oldest temple in the Gulf region. During the G7 Summit, which will be held in the picturesque seaside French town of Biarritz, the Prime Minister will address sessions on environment, climate, oceans and digital transformation. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Though India is not a member of the G-7 grouping, Modi has been personally invited by French President Emmanuel Macron. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had said that the invitation was a “reflection of the personal chemistry” between the two leaders and also “recognition of India as a major economic power”. The countries which are part of the G7 include the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the US. On the sidelines of the G7 Summit, Modi and US President Donald Trump are likely to discuss the situation in Kashmir, trade issues and other topics of mutual interest. Earlier this week in Washington, Trump said that he would discuss with Prime Minister Modi the situation in Kashmir and help ease the Indo-Pak tensions.last_img read more

Kids II recalls rocking sleepers weeks after FisherPrice

Kids II is recalling nearly 700,000 rocking sleepers linked to at least five infant deaths since 2012.The move comes just two weeks after Fisher-Price recalled its similar Rock ‘n Play sleepers in which more than 30 babies died over a decade. The deaths in both sleepers occurred after infants rolled over from their backs to their stomachs or sides while unrestrained.Kids II Inc. and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Friday anyone who bought a sleeper should stop using it right away. Consumers can get a refund or voucher.The sleepers sold for between $40 and $80 at Walmart, Target and other retailers nationwide.More details are online .The Associated Press read more

Multiple injuries aboard Air Canada flight after plane hits turbulence

MONTREAL — Nearly three dozen passengers sustained minor injuries Thursday when an Air Canada flight travelling from Toronto to Sydney, Australia, ran into severe turbulence, prompting an emergency landing in Honolulu.The airline says Flight AC33, which made a scheduled stopover in Vancouver Wednesday night, was about two hours past Hawaii over the Pacific Ocean when the conditions triggered a turnaround, resulting in 35 injuries.The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200, had 269 passengers on board, some of whom received medical assistance on arrival at Honolulu airport.More coming.The Canadian Press read more

UN envoy in Afghanistan welcomes start of process to elect Loya Jirga

Calling it a “great day” for Afghanistan, Mr. Brahimi said he hoped that people throughout the country “will get together peacefully in a fraternal spirit, and together will make the choice without interference, without pressure, without any intimidation from any side” during the election.The UNAMA chief made his comments in Afghanistan’s Jowzjan province, where he was welcomed by a cheering crowd as children sang and danced. Addressing the people in the audience – who had arrived by car, truck, horse and foot – Mr. Brahimi voiced hope that they would freely choose representatives to serve on the Loya Jirga.During this first stage of the process, Afghans in about 300 districts are expected to select potential candidates to form a pool from which 1,500 members will be selected in a second stage of elections after 20 May.The Commission for the Loya Jirga has made special provisions for the participation of women in the body, according to the UNAMA Director of the Field Coordination Division, Anders Fange. Briefing reporters in Kabul on Sunday, he noted that although women were entitled to present themselves as candidates for the open seats, relatively few would feel confident doing this. “The Commission has therefore reserved 160 seats for women, equivalent to 11 per cent of the seats” he said, adding that this gender composition “would put Afghanistan ahead of all Muslim countries.”Meanwhile, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) today said food rations continued to be delivered to the areas hit by Friday’s earthquake in Afghanistan. UNAMA has helped to distribute thousands of WFP aid packages to affected families.In another development, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Ruud Lubbers, arrived today in the western city of Herat as part of his tour of the region. On Sunday, Mr. Lubbers ended his two-day visit to Iran by walking into Afghanistan alongside some 1,000 Afghan refugees heading home under a new UNHCR repatriation initiative.”I’m now the High Commissioner for Returnees,” he told the press at the frontier, where UNHCR expects the majority of Iran’s 1.5 million Afghan refugees to cross homewards over the next few years as the situation stabilizes in their homeland. read more

Recruitment company employing private investigators to probe British troops in Iraq given

first_imgMike Penning, the armed forces minister, said Red Snapper had been paid £20.8 million since winning the contract to provide staff for the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (Ihat) in 2013 The recruitment company that employs private investigators to probe the conduct of British troops in Iraq has been received more than £20 million in taxpayers money, it can be disclosed.Ministers revealed the huge sums paid to Red Snapper Recruitment amid growing calls for the inquiry into alleged historic abuse be shut down.Mike Penning, the armed forces minister, said in a parliamentary written answer that Red Snapper had been paid £20.8 million since winning the contract to provide staff for the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (Ihat) in 2013.The scale of the payments has appalled MPs calling for Ihat to be closed down. Ihat is investigating almost 1,500 cases of alleged abuse in Iraq Sir Henry Bellingham, Conservative MP for North West Norfolk who asked the parliamentary question, said he was “staggered, flabbergasted and appalled” by the amount.“It seems to me that the sole purpose of this recruitment drive is to find people who want to go out and destroy the lives of our brave veterans,” said Sir Henry, “All of the alleged crimes have already been fully investigated and what the Iraq Historic Allegations Team and Red Snapper are doing completely breaches our basic laws of natural justice. “I cannot think of another country in the world that would treat its veterans in this way.”Johnny Mercer, Conservative MP and chairman of a parliamentary inquiry into the treatment of troops under Ihat investigation, said: “Ihat has been a spectacular failure. It has failed to complete its core function of prosecuting those who have broken the law; it has taken a devastating toll in the – at times unlawful – pursuit of those who have done no wrong; and it is an appalling waste of public money.” Ihat is investigating almost 1,500 cases of alleged abuse in IraqCredit: Sipa Press / Rex Featurescenter_img Red Snapper supplies 127 investigators, many of them retired police officers on full pay, to Ihat. The company’s founders – Martin Jerrold and his wife Helen – have paid themselves hundreds of thousands of pounds in dividends since winning the Ihat contract in 2013 after a bidding process. Mr Jerrold insists the contract returns a small profit of three percent and that the company has other successful contracts besides Ihat.The contract is worth just under £5 million a year – equivalent to about 12 per cent of Red Snapper’s total turnover. It is not clear why Red Snapper has received £20.8 million since 2013 but it is possible it has received extra payments for processing travel costs and expenses on which it makes no profit.Ihat is investigating almost 1,500 cases of alleged abuse in Iraq. Since it was set up in 2010, no soldier has been prosecuted as a result of an Ihat investigation. Mike Penning, the armed forces minister, said Red Snapper had been paid £20.8 million since winning the contract to provide staff for the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (Ihat) in 2013Credit:Eddie Mulholland 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.last_img read more

Cameco mobilises to check soil contamination

first_imgCameco reported July 20 that during a construction project it discovered uranium and evidence of other production-associated chemicals in the soil beneath its Port Hope uranium hexafluoride (UF6) conversion plant. The company said “the affected area appears to be within, and near, the perimeter walls of the UF6 plant based on the preliminary information available at this time. Ongoing subsoil investigations are expected to provide additional information. Cameco has suspended operations at the UF6 conversion plant and a thorough investigation is being conducted. The chemicals are in a contained area so public health and worker safety are not affected.”The discovery was made in an area being excavated within the building to install new equipment. Cameco and third-party experts are investigating to determine the source of the chemicals. In addition, holes are being drilled around the area and the soil and groundwater are being tested to ascertain the area affected. All regulatory authorities have been notified. Due to the nature of soil at the plant, Cameco expects the ground water flow rate, with the chemicals, to average approximately 40 to 60 m/y. The perimeter of the plant is about 70 m from the edge of the property. This provides ample time to address, contain and mitigate the affected area. Cameco has monitoring wells around the property to detect chemicals in the area. These wells are checked quarterly and reported to the regulator annually. The last scheduled samples were taken in April and did not indicate potential issues. Cameco has arranged for additional samples to be taken. Full production of UF6 will likely be suspended for a minimum of two months until Cameco has determined the source of the chemicals and developed appropriate plans. There is no cost estimate for this activity available at this time. Uranium dioxide (UO2) conversion and other activities at the site are not affected. The company says it is assessing the impact of this situation on its production forecasts and will provide a revised forecast in its second quarter report. It “plans to meet scheduled deliveries for the remainder of the year based on existing inventory.”last_img read more

Les naines brunes dévoilent leurs secrets aux astronomes

first_imgLes naines brunes dévoilent leurs secrets aux astronomesL’étude des naines brunes n’en est qu’à ses balbutiements. Mais des scientifiques viennent de découvrir que certaines de ces étoiles avaient une température de surface inférieure à 200°C.Les étoiles de type naines brunes intriguent depuis longtemps les chercheurs. Relativement petites, froides, ne produisant que très peu de lumière, la limite avec les planètes gazeuses n’est pas très loin. Une nouvelle étude, parue dans la revue Science, apporte quelques informations sur leur véritable nature, notamment qu’elles sont un peu plus chaudes que prévu.Des étoiles ratéesLes astronomes avaient déjà théorisé l’existence des naines brunes dans les années 60, mais il a fallu attendre 1995 pour observer la première. Depuis, plus de 1.800 étoiles de ce type ont été répertoriées, les plus proches se trouvant à seulement 6,5 années-lumière de la Terre.On les désigne parfois sous le terme “d’étoiles ratées”, car elles sont trop petites et trop légères pour avoir pu déclencher le processus de fusion nucléaire et “s’allumer” comme les étoiles classiques. Leur source d’énergie vient seulement de leur gravité, qui par contraction produit une énergie interne et une faible luminosité.”Si on trouvait un de ces objets en orbite autour d’une étoile, il y a de fortes chances que l’on pense à une planète” déclare ainsi Trent Dupuy, un des chercheurs du centre d’Astrophysique Harvard-Smithonian. “Mais comme elle se sont probablement formées toutes seules, et pas dans un disque proto-planétaire, les astronomes les appellent quand même étoiles, même si leur masse est équivalente à celle d’une planète”.Une faible températureÉtudier ce type d’astres est très difficile, car leur lumière est non seulement très faible mais aussi émise dans l’infrarouge. Pour évaluer leur température, les scientifiques doivent donc d’abord établir la distance exacte à laquelle elles se trouvent. “Nous voulions savoir si elles étaient plus froides, plus faibles et proches ou au contraire plus chaudes, brillantes et lointaines” explique Dupuy.En réalisant leur étude, ce chercheur et ses collègues ont découvert des températures situées entre 120 et 180 degrés Celsius, soit un peu plus chaud que ce que la théorie prévoyait.Afin de déterminer leur distance par rapport à nous, les scientifiques ont mesuré leur parallaxe, autrement dit, le changement de position devant le fond céleste. Ils ont pour cela utilisé le télescope spatial de la NASA Spitzer.”Pour mesurer avec précision ces distances, nos mesures doivent être aussi précises que si l’on devait connaitre la position d’une mouche de 1 cm à 300 km de distance” explique Adam Kraus, auteur de l’étude. Les calculs des scientifiques ont alors révélé que le groupe d’étoiles étudiées se situait à entre 20 et 50 années-lumière de la Terre.Atmosphère métallique À lire aussiBoisson, météorite et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 5 septembreParmi les autres données, les chercheurs ont constaté que des métaux alcalins de la surface de ces étoiles avaient tendance à disparaitre, certainement pour être incorporés dans l’atmosphère sous forme de nuages. Ces premières données sont importantes pour mieux comprendre ces étoiles qui conservent encore beaucoup de mystère. Les scientifiques comptent donc bien poursuivre les recherches.Les prochaines études sur les naines brunes leur permettront ainsi d’en savoir encore davantage sur leur formation, et de trouver de nouvelles étoiles encore plus froides.(Crédit photo :  NASA/JPL-Caltech)Le 14 septembre 2013 à 15:47 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

4 seek to unseat Herrera Beutler

first_imgLONGVIEW — If Federal Election Commission reports are like pulse checks for political campaigns, the latest quarterly filings indicate WSU Vancouver professor Carolyn Long is off to a healthy start in her bid to unseat Southwest Washington Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler.But there’s still a yawning chasm separating Long from the Republican incumbent and her closest Democratic opponent.Long reported raising $40,106 since formally announcing her candidacy on Nov. 30, with $34,606 of that coming from individual donors.After spending $17,676 on her campaign, the first-time candidate had $22,205 in cash on hand as of Dec. 31Meanwhile, two-time congressional candidate David McDevitt — who was sitting on a $309,162 war chest at year’s end — raised $4,435 from individual donors last quarter, the period from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31.The Vancouver businessman has loaned his own campaign $300,000 so far, while spending a meager $2,551 between October and December last year. He reported $10,412 in campaign-related expenses for all of last year.Long and McDevitt were the only two Democratic challengers to file their FEC reports on time.Peter Harrison, a Vancouver-based scientist and writer who’s also running for the seat, told The Daily News he’s been focused on saying goodbye to his father, who passed away Thursday while in hospice care.Harrison reported raising $2,312 between February and September last year. After spending $4,381 on operating expenses, his campaign was showing a negative balance.An up-to-date FEC report for Iraq war veteran Dorothy Gasque also was not posted online Thursday, and her campaign treasurer did not respond to a request for comment.last_img read more

Camas not throwing away its shot

first_imgCAMAS — There was no passing tumbleweed nor did the sound of clanging boot spurs fill the air, but Camas transformed into the Wild West on a recent weekday.Merchants in cowboy hats and bandannas marched down Northeast Fourth Avenue and announced it was time to go rogue.Camas wasn’t selected as the featured city on the upcoming season of “Small Business Revolution — Main Street,” an online show that offers a small town $500,000 to give makeovers to local businesses. Still, efforts to get on the show spurred a lot of local enthusiasm, and the Downtown Camas Association and local merchants aren’t ready to ride off into the sunset.“We’re a fighting town,” said Ann Matthews, owner of Arktana, a shoe and clothing store in downtown Camas. “We fight for what we’re passionate about. It’s hard to tell us no.”They filmed their downtown march in a video produced by Ernie Geigenmiller, owner of Camas-based Lacamas Magazine, an online publication. He also filmed video features on various businesses around the city while Camas tried to get on the show.The Wild West-themed video was used in a pitch to the show’s producers for a Camas-centered spinoff called “Small Business Revolution Out West,” as the show has only featured towns located in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Illinois and the upcoming season in Arkansas. Camas merchants haven’t received an answer on their pitch, but were told that they’re the only city in the show’s four seasons to make such an offer.last_img read more

Higuain keen on Milan stay after goal heroics

first_imgGonzalo Higuain dedicated his goal to Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso and pledged his future to the club after netting the winner in their recent encounterHiguain has been on a barren run since October 28 but masterminded the winner n a 2-1 result against SPAL that many believe would ensure the stay of Gattuso at the club.“It was an important goal and three fundamental points after all we’ve wasted before, but now we can have a rest with our families,” the striker told Football Italia.Just before the goal, Pipita had been booed by the San Siro fans for his sluggish performance and evident lack of confidence, increasing the speculation of an imminent Chelsea move.Gonzalo Higuain, Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusHiguain is glad of Juve return and reunited with Ronaldo George Patchias – September 12, 2019 Gonzalo Higuain is happy he returned to Juventus and has the opportunity to be reunited with Cristiano Ronaldo.The Argentine spent last season on loan…“It’s natural the fans expect more from me. I came to Milan because I was convinced by the project here and I want to continue like this.“Gattuso has always supported me and above all been honest. This goal is for him.”Milan had Suso sent off and he’ll, therefore, be suspended for the Italian Super Cup clash with Juventus.“Now we’ve got the Supercoppa, it’s the first trophy of the season and we want to win.”last_img read more

People on the Move 060508

first_imgJohnson Publishing has appointed Amy DuBois Barnett editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine, replacing acting editor-in-chief and creative director Harriette Cole. Previously, Barnett served as deputy editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar.Meredith Corp. named Christine Guilfoyle publisher of More magazine, replacing Brenda Saget Darling, who is leaving the company. Most recently. Guilfoyle served as publisher of Women’s Wear Daily. Prior to that, she served as the launch publisher of Every Day with Rachael Ray.Lucy Maher was appointed executive director of network programming at Hearst Magazines Digital Media. Previously, Maher served as executive editor at Forbes and American Express Publishing named Steve DeLuca vice president and publisher of Departures magazine, replacing Ed Ventimiglia, who is retiring effective June 9. Most recently, DeLuca served as vice president and publisher of Details, a position he held since 2008.Newly-appointed Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min has made her first hire: Kim Masters was named editor-at-large. Currently, Masters covers the entertainment business for The Daily Beast.Hearst’s Country Living named Mary Pat Kaleth Detroit sales manager. Kaleth has owned her own media rep firm, Media Project Solutions, since 2001.Tarsus Group division Tarsus Advon announced a pair of new hires: former Tradeshow Week global sales and business development director Michael Jortner was named vice president and publisher of Tarsus’ Trade Show News Network; and ex-Tradeshow Week senior editor Rachel Wimberly was named editor-in-chief.Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. named Kate Berg vice president of corporate communications. Berg replaces senior vice president Anne Janas, who will be leaving the company.last_img read more

Microsoft Announces Its Tablet

first_imgThe two versions are differentiated by more than just their capacity. The 32-GB version features the Windows RT operating system, which is Microsoft’s mobile version of its Windows OS. The 64-GB device will feature a full version 8 of Windows. Additionally, the 32-GB Surface has stepped-down USB 2.0 and MicroSD slots. The smaller Surface is also lighter—676 grams versus 903 grams on the 64-GB version.The Surface, as many of the reports are noting, is a very different tactical move for Microsoft in that it’s producing a piece of hardware—something that Bloomberg Businesweek’s Ashlee Vance points out is competitive to not only Apple, but other PC makers such as HP, Dell and Acer. It’s also a move that, like it or not, veers Microsoft much closer to Apple’s hardware/software strategic playbook. As of yet, no pricing information is available. Microsoft has announced that it’s entering in the tablet arms race with its own product, a touchscreen tablet called Surface that will debut in two versions this fall.The company is stretching the term a bit, Surface’s cover is actually a 3mm-thick keyboard (that comes in 5 different colors) and the device features a “kickstand” that swings out from the back to prop the tablet up. Lean-back goes to lean-forward.Other features include a 10.6-inch display, cameras on the front and back, a USB port and a MicroSD card slot to handle more media. last_img read more

Govt promised wage revision bank staff politely remind Sinha

first_imgA section of public sector bank employees unions on Wednesday met Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha to press for early wage revision. A meeting comes two day after the unions deferred their four-day strike that was to begin on Wednesday as Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) assured that wage issue will be resolved by the first week of February.National Organisation of Bank Workers and National Organisation of Bank Officers, under the leadership of Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), met Sinha and submitted the memorandum on the demands of the bank employees, said a statement by the unions. Also Read – I-T issues 17-point checklist to trace unaccounted DeMO cashIn a representation to Sinha, it said honest negotiations which could break any stalemate. There was a rise of 17.5 per cent (Rs 4,816.00 crore) on total establishment expenses during the last 9th Bi-partite settlement.”We request you to kindly intervene and advise IBA to keep above at least the level of last wage revision. If our demand of 19.5 per cent on pay slip component is considered, it may cost (Rs 6,143 crore). So far IBA has offered only Rs 3,937 crore and gap is Rs 2,206 crore,” it said. Also Read – Lanka launches ambitious tourism programme to woo Indian touristsBanking Service Recruitment Board (BSRB) should be reconstituted and all the recruitments in banks must be channelised through BSRB and state or region wise. Working of the IBPS is neither satisfactory nor transparent, it suggested.Besides, minimum qulification for the post of clerk should be 12th pass instead of graduation. This will bring down the rate of exodus and after 5-6 years of service and banks can get trained and loyal officers, it recommended.last_img read more

CISF recovers 10 gold bars worth Rs 32 lakh from Bdeshi national

first_imgKolkata: CISF personnel recovered 10 gold bars weighing about 1 kg, worth approximately Rs 32 lakh from a Bangladeshi woman passenger at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport on Wednesday night.According to CISF sources, during pre-embarkation security check at Security Hold Area (SHA) of Kolkata Airport, their women personnel noticed presence of metal in the body cavity of a lady passenger. She was taken to a separate place and on grilling her it was revealed that the passenger was carrying six gold bars in her body cavity. An X-ray screening by ASI Pawan Kumar of CISF detected four gold bars from her baggage. The woman, identified as Rosiya Begum (37), is a resident of Munshiganj, Dhaka and was supposed to travel from Kolkata to Dhaka by Spicejet flight No. SG-76, which was scheduled to depart at 1.15 am. The matter was informed to senior officers of CISF and she was handed over to Customs for further legal action.last_img read more

Major parts of North Bengal Sikkim impacted due to incessant rains

first_imgDarjeeling: Rains continued in North Bengal and Sikkim on Saturday with the National Highway 10 remaining shut owing to a fresh landslide. It was later reopened after the debris were removed.A landslide occurred at the Okhra village in Milling Tea Estate under Jorebungalow Police Station. “10 houses were affected in the landslide. The families residing in these houses have been shifted to safe areas,” stated Mingma Lepcha, Officer-in-Charge of the police station. The Joint Block Development Officer of the Jorebungalow-Sukhiapokhari block visited the affected area. No one was injured in the landslide nor there was any case of injury reported. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataA tree fell on the way to Bhutia-bustee below the Chowrasta in Darjeeling in which a person received minor injuries. A fresh slide occurred at 29th Mile on the NH-10 to Sikkim. A large part of the road here sunk and broke away in the 29th Mile area. Incidentally, the NH-10 had been closed down owing to a major landslide at Setijhora. However, at 6:30 pm on Friday the road had reopened to vehicular traffic to be closed down after fresh landslide occurred on NH-10 on Saturday. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateAt around 2 pm, the PWD workers managed to clear the debris. The road was open again. “However, this road is highly vulnerable with rocks constantly sliding down along with the debris,” stated a police personnel. Serpentine jams were seen on both sides of the landslide. Police personnel were deployed to ease the traffic situation. Heavy vehicles were not allowed through the NH-55 to Darjeeling owing to the damage caused to a culvert at Tung. While some vehicles were diverted via Dilaram, Bagora, Chimney; some preferred the Mirik route. Few vehicles were allowed through Tung also. In the plains, large tracts of land in Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar have been inundated. Incessant rains in Darjeeling, Sikkim and Bhutan have caused the rivers to swell. In many areas banks of the rivers are facing erosion. Darjeeling received 62.9 mm; Kalimpong 33 mm; Kurseong 102.4 mm and Siliguri 91 mm in the past 24 hours. Raju Bista, Member of Parliament, Darjeeling, has spoken to the Joint Secretary, Disaster Management, Government of India, to provide additional relief and personnel to assist the civic administration to help clear the roads.last_img read more

Costa Rican student arrested in multicountry cybercrime raid

first_imgRelated posts:Police nab flat-screen TV shoplifter Motorcyclists to protest proposed law prohibiting passengers Bandits steal monitoring equipment from Turrialba Volcano Costa Rica homicide rate hits record high A 24-year-old Costa Rican student was caught up in a multi-country cybercrime raid based on evidence collected by the FBI, according to the Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ).Tuesday morning, OIJ officers arrested a National University student at his home in Barreal de Heredia. The FBI tipped off local authorities in June that a Costa Rican IP address was used to access an online forum frequented by suspected cyber criminals.According to a statement from the OIJ, the man was suspected of administering a botnet, a system of computers infected by malicious software that the user can control en masse. OIJ spokesman Marco Monge did not specify the alleged use of the malicious program, but the malware can be used to carry out denial-of-service attacks and perpetrate fraud, among other crimes.Police seized computers and electronic storage equipment, among other evidence, in the raid. Some 30 police operations were carried out Monday and Tuesday related to the alleged cyber criminal group, OIJ said. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Review: Tense ‘If She Wakes’ moves to a surprising finale by Oline H. Cogdill, The Associated Press Posted May 13, 2019 7:48 am PDT This cover image released by Little, Brown and Company shows “If She Wakes,” by Michael Koryta. ( Little, Brown and Company via AP) “If She Wakes” (Little, Brown), by Michael KorytaMulti-award winning author Michael Koryta again shows his affinity for smoothly melding sophisticated action with solid character development — even when one of the individuals is in a coma — as happens in “If She Wakes.”“If She Wakes” not only works well as a quintessential thriller but also as a tale about rebuilding one’s life and not giving up on one’s self amid insurmountable odds.Bright, personable Tara Beckley, a student at Maine’s Hammel College, ends up in a coma after being injured in a horrific car accident in which visiting professor Amandi Oltamu is killed. Tara had been driving Amandi to deliver the keynote speech about his groundbreaking work on batteries and solar panels. The professor insisted they take an alternate route and had wanted them to stop on a bridge so he could take photographs with his phone when they were struck by another vehicle.Hammel College hires insurance investigator Abby Kaplan to look into the collision to avoid any lawsuits over the death or Tara’s hospital bills. But Abby is a former stunt driver with an encyclopedic knowledge of accidents, having recently been in a high-profile collision that resulted in a fatality. It soon becomes clear that this accident could not have happened as the police reports stated. Soon more deaths linked to the incident occur. As Abby investigates, Tara remains in the locked-in syndrome, able to hear what is going on around her in the hospital room but unable to communicate.While “If She Wakes” is a stand-alone thriller, Koryta brings back, in a way, brothers Jack and Patrick Blackwell, professional killers who first appeared in 2014’s “Those Who Wish Me Dead.” While the brothers are now dead, their legacy looms large, especially in the form of Dax Blackwell, a teenage assassin who is more violent than his father or uncle.Koryta is such a polished writer that his plots zip by as he delves into the amorality of Dax and the humanity of Abby and Tara, whose personality emerges, despite being paralyzed. Believable twists propel the tense “If She Wakes” as it moves to a surprising finale.Oline H. Cogdill, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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