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Arafats death was natural and not caused by radiation says Russian expert

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first_imgTHE CHIEF OF Russia’s medical and biological agency says its probe into the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has found no indication of radioactive poisoning.Russia’s state news agencies quote Vladimir Uiba, the head of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency, saying that its research has found that Arafat’s death nine years ago was “natural and not caused by radiation”.ScientistsTeams of scientists from France, Switzerland and Russia were asked to determine whether polonium, a rare and extremely lethal substance, played a role in Arafat’s death in a French military hospital in 2004.French doctors were unable to say what killed him and an autopsy was never performed, at the request of his widow.Palestinians have long suspected Israel of poisoning him, which Israel denies.A Swiss lab report said that Arafat was probably poisoned by polonium, but a French study has ruled it out.However, the Palestinian authorities said they will press on with their probe into his death, despite the recent finding.“I can only say that there is already a decision to continue the investigation,” Faed Mustafa, the Palestinian ambassador to Russia told the state RIA Novosti news agency.“We respect their position, we highly value their work but there is a decision to continue work.”Additional reporting © AFP 2013Read: French experts rule out Arafat poisoning> Read: Palestinians say there’s only one suspect in Arafat death>last_img read more

Murphs Sideline Cut Top teams dominance makes for invariably dour viewing

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first_imgIT HAS NOT been an easy start to the All-Ireland football championship for Division 2 sides.  Westmeath, Derry and Laois were the top 3 – and all three of them have been well beaten already in this championship season; Galway received a once-in-a-generation humiliation, and Armagh and Longford lost to Cavan and Wicklow, from the bottom half of Division 3.The only two teams to emerge in credit thus far are Louth, who beat Laois, and Wexford, who haven’t played yet – they are Louth’s next opponents this coming Sunday in their opening game of the championship.We have the teams in Division 1 competing for the All-Ireland championship, and the other 24 teams are liable to take a hiding from any of those in the top table.  It used to be that you had two or three really good teams, and then a pretty well spaced out system of groups of ten or so counties, that you could pick out pretty plainly.Now the farther away the top teams move, the more the rest of the pack gets concertina-ed.  I can say with authority that if Galway are drawn away to anyone (ANYONE!) in the qualifiers, I would really fear for them.  That wasn’t always the case, but it surely is now.(London celebrate victory over Sligo – INPHO/Jim Keogh) Take for example the championship experiences of the two teams at opposite ends of Division 4.  London were, according to the league tables, the worst team in the country, and yet they were able to go and beat Sligo, a team who stayed up in Division 3. Limerick moved through the league serenely, and won the Division 4 title, only to go out and get utterly trounced by Cork last weekend.The only trimmings now are being handed out by Division 1 teams.  Everyone else has to fight for their lives for anything.  This of course makes it all very interesting, but leads one to ask – could we not engineer a few more games between the top 6 or 8 teams, rather than leaving it all ‘til the start of August?There were quite a few people getting worried about championship mismatches this weekend.  In fairness Kerry have been hammering Waterford since Pat Spillane bought the first of his many bad suits, and probably before then, if we care to look that far back.  And Westmeath might have been quietly fancied to put it up to Dublin for a while, but no-one really believed they were going to cause a shock. What I’m trying to say is that Division 1 is a state of mind, not a furnace of white-hot competitive action where decent teams can be forged into something stronger.  The fact was that this year, the best eight teams in the country were in the top division, and that meant the rest of the league was pretty much a turkey-shoot, where anyone could pretty much beat anyone else.  Donegal will be in Division 2 next year, and they’ll probably lose a game or two, or forget to turn up for one more likely.  It doesn’t mean Galway or Wexford or anyone else is capable of competing – it just means they won a league game.There’s every chance Mayo will get to an All-Ireland semi-final without having to play a Division 1 team.  I don’t think that’s necessarily unfair, on the scale of things that are unfair with the GAA championship structure.  I do, however, think that’s unfair on us – the paying public.  If we have six or eight good teams, we should make them play each other as often as possible.  And that’s what makes the league such a monumental waste of time – imagine what a great competition it would be if anyone actually CARED about it?This week Murph was – reminiscing on the first time I ever saw Down play in the flesh.  It was 1991, and it was my first ever All-Ireland final.  As a result of that day I’ve always held a soft spot for Down.  I know there are counties that people just like to root for – and although it shouldn’t, it always annoys me that Galway appears to be one of those counties.  I think I speak for both my own native county, and Down, when I say ‘if we won a bit more often, maybe people would be less inclined to like us.’3 reasons why Clare can be cheerful and Waterford can be fearful>Davy Fitz: My Clare side are the real deal> The really interesting game was on in the North, where Derry, as we’ve discussed, failed to strike a blow for the lower divisions against Down.  To be honest, having seen Derry in the flesh in their first league game against Galway, I was surprised they’d managed to stay in Division 2, let alone win it.  They were so bad that day it was untrue, but they regrouped expertly and had played some pretty good stuff on the way to winning that title against Westmeath at the start of May.But when it came down to it, Down were able to carve them apart for the key goals, two in seven minutes, in the second half. I’ve heard a few people saying that’s the difference between playing in Division 1 and not, but really, isn’t that assigning too much importance to the league?Do you think Derry would’ve learnt a lot from playing Cork, who finally got embarrassed of winning the damn thing; Donegal, who treated it with the level of disdain it deserves; or Kerry, who probably can’t even remember themselves how they got on in the accursed league, three months after the obituaries for their entire footballing culture were being written?last_img read more

May and Sturgeon discuss future of UK moronic Daily Mail headline focuses

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first_img Mar 28th 2017, 7:49 AM It’s 2017. This sexism must be consigned to history. Shame on the Daily Mail. pic.twitter.com/V3RpFSgfnO— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) March 27, 2017 http://jrnl.ie/3310317 The 1950s called and asked for their headline back.#everydaysexism https://t.co/s1W1XfhrhN— Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) March 27, 2017 40,812 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Sean Murray As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Source: Jeremy Corbyn MP/Twitter Source: Ed Miliband/Twitter Source: Yvette Cooper/Twitter Former Labour leader Ed Miliband said that the headline was something from the 1950s while current leader Jeremy Corbyn said such attitudes should be consigned to history.center_img Share349 Tweet Email3 93 Comments May and Sturgeon discuss future of UK – ‘moronic’ Daily Mail headline focuses on their legs “The 1950s called and asked for the headline back,” said former Labour leader Ed Miliband. THE UK EDITION of the Daily Mail has come in for sharp criticism over its front page headline today, covering yesterday’s meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.The future of the union was a topic for debate yesterday ahead of May triggering Article 50 to get the Brexit ball rolling, and the Mail ran with the headline: “Never mind Brexit, who won Legs-it!” alongside a picture of the pair sitting while facing the cameras.Inside, a column from Sarah Vine dissects the issue of the pair’s legs in great detail, claiming that Sturgeon positioned her legs in a “more flirty, tantalisingly crossed” way, in a “direct attempt at seduction” towards the Scottish electorate.Labour MPs led the criticism against the Daily Mail, calling it sexist, moronic and offensive.MP Yvette Cooper said that these women would help to determine in the union continues to exist, and ironically said that the headline would “obviously” be about their legs in 2017, while MP Harriet Harman echoed this sentiment. Short URL It’s 2017. Two women’s decisions will determine if United Kingdom continues to exist. And front page news is their lower limbs. Obviously pic.twitter.com/AMp0YvtISa— Yvette Cooper (@YvetteCooperMP) March 27, 2017 The Scottish edition of the Mail led with the same picture but an altogether different headline: “Oh so frosty! Secrets of Nicola and PM’s talk-in”. The Irish edition focused on May’s decision not to visit Northern Ireland before Wednesday.There was further condemnation across social media for the headline from members of the public.Theresa May is expected to trigger Article 50 tomorrow, which will begin Brexit negotiations with the EU.Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party, has asked colleagues to support a vote to hold another referendum on Scottish independence, after a majority in the country voted to remain in the EU.Last week, the Irish and UK editions of the Daily Mail ran very different stories on the death of Martin McGuinness.Read: Over half of people don’t support the Bus Éireann strikeRead: Tánaiste to brief cabinet today on latest garda controversies with no-confidence vote looming Tuesday 28 Mar 2017, 7:49 AM Source: Harriet Harman/Twitter Moronic! And we are in 2017! pic.twitter.com/LTGEZdtNo3— Harriet Harman (@HarrietHarman) March 27, 2017last_img read more

Baines Bernards high football IQ makes him a potential matchwinner

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first_imgEverton’s Leighton Baines believes that new team-mate Bernard’s intelligence can win them matchesThe Brazil international joined Everton on a free transfer last summer after his contract at Shakhtar Donetsk expired in June.Bernard has since featured in 18 of Everton’s 21 Premier League games this season and scored his first goal for the club in their 2-1 FA Cup win over Lincoln City on Saturday.But the 26-year-old’s most eye-catching asset at Goodison Park is his creativity and vision in the midfield with Bernard matching Gylfi Sigurdsson as Everton’s leading assists provider with three.“Bernard is definitely someone who can win us matches,” said Baines on the club website.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“He is a guy who can link things together.“It is a very difficult thing in football sometimes to get space between the lines and link the midfield to the forwards but he does it with ease because he is such an intelligent footballer.“I am sure coming to England is not easy given the places where he has played his football before but he has settled really well and shows his unbelievable quality on a daily basis.”The Toffees will take on Bournemouth this Sunday in the Premier League.last_img read more

Japan to consider taxing foreign tourists on casino winnings

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first_imgJapanese lawmakers may consider taxing the casino winnings of some foreign visitors, including those from China, as Diet discussions continue on the IR Implementation Bill.According to a report in the The Asahi Shimbun, tourists who gamble in Japanese casinos may be subject to the tax treaty that their home nation has signed with Japan. Of the 123 states and regions it currently has tax treaties with, Japan can charge income tax on casino winnings to visitors from China, India and Singapore among others. Those from countries with no Japan tax treaty are also liable to pay income tax on casino winnings. Load More Singapore Betting Taxes fall 0.9% to SG$2.7 billion in FY2018/19 Report says MICE accounted for 22% of tourists to Singapore in 2018 RelatedPosts Entertainment on the agenda in India as first details of SPiCE 2020 conference released The United States, South Korea and most European nations are exempt.Japan’s lower house last week voted to extend the current Diet session, which was due to end on Wednesday 20 June, until 22 July in order to pass key legislation including the IR Implementation Bill.The IR bill passed through the lower house last Tuesday and is now the subject of debate within the upper house. Despite having the support of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner Komeito, there remains strong opposition among minority parties to allowing casino gaming in Japan due to concerns over problem gambling.last_img read more

Suncity Group and Paradise Co set to cooperate on Paradise Casino Busan

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first_img Load More According to Paradise Co’s financial results released this week, Paradise Casino Busan saw revenue grow 2% in 4Q18 to KRW21 billion (US$18.7 million), with operating profit down 42.7% to KRW843 million.Suncity, currently preparing for the launch of its Vietnam IR Hoiana in October, announced last year that it had reached an agreement with Golden Sun Sky Entertainment Co Ltd to provide preopening and casino management services at an under-construction casino resort in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts RelatedPosts Asian gaming investor Suncity Group Holdings Limited has signed a non-legally binding Memorandum of Understanding with Korean IR operator Paradise Co. Ltd. In regards to a potential cooperation agreement at Paradise Casino Busan.Although Suncity didn’t elaborate on the nature of the cooperation agreement, the company said in a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that it “has been focusing on expanding its tourism related businesses and the board believes that should the possible co-operation materialize, it can enable both parties to form a synergy and develop its own strengths, resources and expertise; and at the same time bring about mutual complementarity thereby creating a win-win strategic relationship.” Genting’s Resorts World Las Vegas names five key additions to executive team Huawei Japan joins Kansai Economic Federation with eye on World Expo 2025 and Osaka IRlast_img read more

How trade wars are changing the shape of globalisation

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first_imgIn what looked like a tariff war directed at improving trade balances, has now ballooned into a tussle on broader economic relationship. The US has brought up more contentious issues like intellectual property rights, technology transfer, and what the US calls illegal state subsidies to Chinese exporters. The on-going trade-tussle between the US and China has much deeper implications not only for the global trade environment but also for the flow of capital. The adverse impact on the global economy as a whole may be much larger than what we thought of a few months back.Since China’s “coming out” in 1978, through building world class infrastructure, actively seeking foreign investment, championing of local firms, and emphasis on exports, it has built the largest manufacturing base in the world. Given the fact that China is deeply embedded into the global supply chains, and is a global low cost manufacturing hub, the repercussions of this trade war could be severe if it escalates beyond a certain point.Till recently the market took comfort that the tussle was limited to tariffs. However, when the Trump administration’s measures led Google to deprive Huawei of its Android Software and related services, the trade wars are in uncharted waters. Google was soon followed by others like UK-based chip designer ARM, Microsoft, Panasonic in restricting activities with the Chinese telecom giant. This move by the US indicated it would not shy away from using its dominance over technology and software exports as leverage in negotiations. It is important to remember that Huawei has been accused of using its networking equipment to help the Chinese military spy on others.However, Trump also indicated that Huawei could be part of future deals, provided some conditions are met, this reprieve was accompanied by a strongly worded message to China. It allowed Huawei to use these products till August-end. While China on its part has imposed some tariffs it has indicated it could use its dominance in certain items like Rare Earths as a negotiating tactic. It does have more options; for instance, it could restrict import of aircrafts (Boeing) from the US. However, it does appear that the Chinese have misread the resolve of the Trump administration to tilt the economic relationship of the US and China back to a more balanced one.The global financial crisis has often been compared to the great depression of the 1930s, while the two economic crises may not be comparable in all respects; there are important similarities. The most relevant one is the trade wars that followed the onset of the great depression. The US through the Smoot–Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 imposed tariffs on most imported goods. This resulted in other countries imposing tariffs as well. Many economists believe that these tariffs not only worsened the crisis but also delayed economic recovery. The fear is trade wars could escalate to a point where it causes widespread economic damage.I believe, however, that we are far from that point, but the thought is scary. For instance, China can take advantage of it being the largest creditor to the US and dump some of the treasuries it holds or significantly prune its future purchases. This could be detrimental not just to the global capital markets but to China as well, and perhaps China would avoid such a move. China for sure may allow its currency to depreciate against the US dollar in order to offset the impact of tariffs partially.This shows how deeply the world is connected. For instance, Western Europe and US have held close security relationship since World War II and have close trade relations as well. However, China is a growing market for Europe making it hard for them to choose sides. While a full-blown tech-war will increase Germany’s value as USA’s ally, it will squeeze out the rest of the EU members who are dependent on China.According to the latest statistics, China is the world’s largest exporter having shipped $2.3 tn worth of goods across the globe in 2018. While China’s Asian partners consumed the lion’s share of 47.8% of these exports, 22.4% was exported to North America, 19.2% was consumed by Europe. In May 2019, China’s global trade surplus soared to $41.66 bn vs. $23.42 bn in the previous year.What has driven the US to slap these tariffs is the trade deficit with China which was ballooning and stood at USD 383 bn in 2018. USA is the largest importer of Chinese goods globally. Interestingly South Korea is the most import dependent on China by importing 11% of its total imports from China. South Korea is followed by Japan (9.8%) and the US (9.2%). However, South Korean import of Chinese goods reflects supply chain integration, whereas US imports of Chinese goods represent largely final consumption.To add to the complexity, the war now has been extended to services like finance and capital markets. Given China’s immature capital markets and inability to handle large capital issues, China has increasingly relied on the US capital markets. For instance, Alibaba’s IPO was in the US in 2014, today 174 other Chinese firms aggregating a market cap of $394 bn have their main listing in the US. The poor corporate governance standards of Chinese firms have been a concern to US investors and the SEC.Restrictions on M&A have added another dimension. For instance, Ant Financial, Alibaba’s payment affiliate was blocked from acquiring MoneyGram, a US-based fintech firm on security grounds. A new law called FIRRMA would require foreign purchases of critical technology in the US to get prior regulatory approval.While this is not directed explicitly at China, it is perceived as a tool to clip China’s growing clout as an emerging global technology powerhouse. In fact, this prompted Alibaba to consider second listing in Hong Kong. While this shows China’s efforts to reduce dependence on the US capital markets, Chinese financial firms have already made inroads into the global capital markets. For instance, in 2018, 7 of the top 20 underwriters were from China, and Chinese banks are among the largest cross-border lenders in Asia. During 2018, Hong Kong saw more money raised through new listings – approximately $ 37bn.While one may argue with the means, it is hard to argue with the end result that the US wants to achieve. China’s intellectual property regime should be of concern to not only the US but to other countries as well. Many have accused China of reverse engineering products from other countries and then manufacturing themselves, harming the original innovators.Under the current leadership, China is getting more aggressive. China is now using its economic muscle, for instance through the One Belt One Road (OBOR) program to acquire foreign assets cheaply. Under a more aggressive leadership in China, this has serious security implications, especially for China’s immediate neighbours and the rest of the Australasia region. All this means that it is in the world’s interests to see that the balance is restored in the economic and political relationship between China and the rest of the world, and countries (especially Asian) should back the US led efforts in their own long term interests.While the US and China may reach an agreement sometime over the next 12 months, it is clear that the globalization as we know it is set to change. The ongoing global trade tensions are slowly but surely causing a shift in the global supply chain and payment mechanisms. Companies are realigning themselves by reducing exposure to companies that are likely to face US sanctions. While the shift in the global trade system is a long drawn process western manufacturers are thinking of options. These involve an acceleration in shifting of manufacturing to South East Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia) or South Asia (India, Bangladesh). Another option would be to shift manufacturing back to the US; something Trump certainly hopes for, unfortunately, a shift back to the US would involve automation and not create many jobs.In whichever way one looks at the current scenario, it seems that here is a definite move by all country to become more insular and this is perhaps the shape of things to come. Globalization 3.0.[Rajiv Singh is the CEO of Karvy Stock Broking. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect those of International Business Times, India]last_img read more

First return hajj flight arrives in Dhaka

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first_imgThe first return hajj flight of this year has arrived in Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, reports news agency UNB.General manager of Biman Bangladesh Airlines Shakil Meraj said that the national flag carrier with some 420 hajj pilgrims arrived in the airport safely around 8:30pm on Wednesday.He also said Biman Bangladesh Airlines will conduct a total of 169 flights till 5 October to carry the pilgrims to the country back.Earlier, the national flag carrier carried some 54,873 hajj pilgrims to Saudi Arabia through 187 flights.last_img read more

Shahidul Alam sent to jail

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first_imgDetective Branch of police produces Shahidul Alam, who was picked up by plainclothes men earlier, before a Dhaka court Monday. Photo: Shuvra Kanti DasA Dhaka court on Sunday sent internationally-renowned photographer Shahidul Alam to jail before completion of his seven-day remand, in a case filed under the ICT Act, reports UNB.Investigation officer of the case, Arman Ali, inspector of Detective Branch (DB), produced Shahidul before the court and asked to keep Shahidul in jail until the investigation of the case ends.Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Court judge Fahad Bin Amin passed the order.Earlier on 6 August, Shahidul Alam was placed on a seven-day remand for interrogation.Meanwhile, the High Court on 7 August, asked the authorities concerned to send Shahidul Alam to BSMMU for his treatment and also asked the relevant authorities to form a medical board to examine his health and submit a report on his health condition on 9 August (Thursday).In compliance with the order, the BSMMU authorities placed a report before it on 9 August (Thursday).Later on 9 August, High Court asked the authorities concerned to examine as per section 2 (6) of the Torture and Custodial Death Prevention Act, 2013 whether Shahidul Alam, was tortured physically and mentally.Detectives detained Shahidul Alam from his Dhanmondi residence on the night of 5 August, for interrogation over his Facebook posts on the student protests demanding road safety.Later, police filed a case against him with Ramna police station.last_img read more

Ketamine The Future of PTSD Treatment

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first_imgCARSON FRAME / TPR NEWSDr. John Krystal, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, presents his findings on ketamine. Krystal hypothesizes that ketamine could offer rapid relief to veterans and military members suffering from PTSD.Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has a reputation for being difficult to treat, especially in active duty military and veteran populations. That may soon change,  according to research findings shared Wednesday at the 2017 San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference. There are two medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat PTSD: Zoloft and Paxil. Both are part of a class of antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. They’re only modestly effective and take about 10 weeks to set in. Outcomes have been poor in military and vet populations, particularly in people with chronic, multi-trauma PTSD. A new kind of treatment is gaining traction. It’s ketamine,  a medication mainly used to start and maintain anesthesia. On Wednesday a group of leading researchers gathered at the San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference, presented by STRONG STAR and the Consortium to Alleviate PTSD, two programs of UT Health San Antonio.Dr. John Krystal, Chair of the Psychiatry Department at Yale University, studies ketamine’s effects on the brain.  In his keynote address, Krystal said that ketamine works fast to relieve symptoms of depression in trials, with some patients showing a complete turnaround after just one intravenous dose.“This idea of people with chronic, treatment resistant depression–multiple treatments: psychotherapies, medications, electroconvulsive therapies–responding to a single dose of ketamine has been one of the most remarkable things that I’ve ever seen in my career.”Not all depression sufferers experience complete remission with ketamine, but the results are promising. Krystal explained that the patients usually see a 50 to 75 percent reduction in their symptoms. That change normally amounts to about 10 percent when patients add a traditional medication to treat their depression.According to Dr. Krystal, ketamine’s speedy onset may make it useful to PTSD sufferers.“For not only inducing a rapid improvement in PTSD symptoms, but perhaps rapid improvement in symptoms that are of urgent importance for some veterans and military personnel, such as suicidal ideation.”Researchers know that stress from PTSD can cause certain connections in the brain to break down. Krystal refers to this phenomenon as a ‘loss of synaptic connectivity.’ When that occurs, mental faculties like memory, planning ability and emotional control are affected. Ketamine seems to help restore those connections, though there are still a lot of unknowns.The Consortium to Alleviate PTSD is conducting a 4-week study on the drug in San Antonio. It will involve nearly 200 military personnel and veterans and test different ways of dosing ketamine. It will also measure how long the benefits of the drug last.    Sharelast_img read more

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