first_imgAPTN National NewsThe live broadcast of the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards are just a few hours away.In Winnipeg, crews have been busy setting up the big event now in its seventh year airing Friday evening on APTN. In fact, over a 1,000 man hours will have gone into it the production for the big night.Organizers say the show and talent have grown each year.APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler was there Thursday to get a sneak peek into what goes into Canada’s largest Aboriginal music awards show. She quickly gets a little help from Lorne Cardinal who steals the microphone and takes APTN behind the scenes.last_img read more

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Voicing “increasing concern” at developments in the border areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on rebels and the Congolese Government to immediately observe an effective ceasefire and cooperate with United Nations peacekeepers to achieve a separation of forces.Yesterday, the UN Mission in the DRC, known by its French acronym MONUC, said it could not confirm persistent reports of incursions by Rwandan troops into North Kivu province where they are said to be fighting alongside the rebel National Congress for People’s Defence (CNDP) of General Laurent Nkunda.The continued fighting between the DRC army (FARDC) and the CNDP “add to the suffering of the civilian population and risks provoking wider conflict in the region,” Mr. Ban said in a statement issued by his spokesperson.He called on all States in the region to prevent their territories and nationals from being used to aid armed groups in the eastern DRC, and urged the Governments of the DRC and Rwanda to bridge their differences by diplomatic and other peaceful means, including the DRC-Rwanda Joint Verification Mechanism.He told the two Governments “to redouble their efforts to implement the Nairobi Communiqué,” the November 2007 agreement under which they agreed to work together against threats to peace and stability in the region. “The Secretary-General stands ready to assist in this regard,” the statement added.Mr. Ban reiterated that MONUC would “act within its mandate to protect civilians threatened by armed groups, and to prevent any encroachment on the main population centres and major arterial roads.”In recent weeks UN peacekeepers backed by combat helicopters opened fire to prevent the CNDP from advancing in the direction of Goma, North Kivu’s capital.MONUC reported today that relative calm prevailed in North Kivu after UN peacekeepers mediated the return of some rebel-held areas to Government forces. Both sides assured the UN of their desire to proceed with setting up buffer zones as proposed in a disengagement plan. MONUC officials reiterated the need for additional UN troops and air assets to respond to increased insurgent activity.Hostilities have continued in eastern DRC despite stabilization in much of the rest of the vast country, which was torn by years of civil war. Last week, the DRC called for UN peacekeepers to be given a clear mandate and the resources necessary to impose peace by force if necessary. 10 October 2008Voicing “increasing concern” at developments in the border areas of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on rebels and the Congolese Government to immediately observe an effective ceasefire and cooperate with United Nations peacekeepers to achieve a separation of forces. read more

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PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas — De’Andre Hunter had 20 points and nine rebounds to help No. 4 Virginia beat No. 25 Wisconsin 53-46 on Friday in the Battle 4 Atlantis championship game.Ty Jerome added 11 points for the Cavaliers (6-0), who led 33-18 after a strong first half, and then sputtered offensively as the Badgers kept pushing back. Virginia made just 2 of 16 shots out of halftime and shot 26 per cent for the second half.But the Cavs’ usual tough defence was good enough to keep the Badgers and preseason Associated Press All-American Ethan Happ at arm’s distance.Happ finished with 22 points, 15 rebounds and six assists for Wisconsin (5-1), which shot 52 per cent after halftime to cut into the deficit. The Badgers got as close as five four separate times in the second half, but could never overtake the Cavaliers.NO. 7 NORTH CAROLINA 94, NO. 17 UCLA 78LAS VEGAS (AP) — Coby White had 19 points and eight assists, Luke Maye added 16 points and eight rebounds and won the consolation game of the Las Vegas Invitational.Kenny Williams scored 15 points as five Tar Heels reached double figures and North Carolina (6-1) settled for a split in its Las Vegas trip.Kris Wilkes led UCLA (4-2) with 22 points as he converted 7 of 10 from the field.North Carolina now leads the all-time series 9-3 in a game between teams that have combined for 18 national championships.NO. 9 MICHIGAN 83, CHATTANOOGA 55ANN Arbour, Mich. (AP) — Iggy Brazdeikis scored 20 points and Jordan Poole added 14 to lead Michigan to an easy victory.Isaiah Livers added 12 points for the Wolverines, all in the first half. Michigan (6-0) avoided a letdown in its first game back in Ann Arbor after three impressive wins away from home.The unbeaten Wolverines have won each of their games by at least 19 points. They led 42-22 at halftime in this one and held Chattanooga (2-5) to 36 per cent shooting, including an 8-of-30 showing from the field in the first half.Kevin Easley led the Mocs with 21 points.NO. 24 PURDUE 84, ROBERT MORRIS 46WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Carsen Edwards scored 19 points and Ryan Cline had 17 as Purdue routed Robert Morris.The Boilermakers (5-1) bounced back nicely from their first loss of the season Sunday night against No. 13 Virginia Tech. Edwards was 5 for 17 from the field against the Colonials, but also contributed five assists, four steals and a blocked shot.Malik Petteway led Robert Morris with 10 points. The Colonials (3-3) shot 31.5 per cent (17 for 54) from the field.The Associated Press read more

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first_imgYESTERDAY’S PUBLICATION OF the cost of water charges will have serious implications for low income households, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has warned.SVP also says that government’s decision to give financial assistance via the Household Benefits Package is “an untargeted measure” and wants the government to prioritise assistance to households in receipt of fuel allowance as a more targeted measure.“Using the fuel allowance instead of the Household Package would mean that Government could target assistance directly to older people, unemployed, one parent families and people in receipt of disability allowance. If measures are required for people who are struggling then they should go to people we already know are in difficulty,” says Brendan Hennessy, SVP Social Justice Officer. Source: ThejournalHennessy says that it is also concerned with the proposed charge of €4.88 per 1,000 liters, which will be one of the highest in Europe.“This establishes a culture of high charging which could have serious implications after 2016, recognised as the end of the transitionary period. It is also represents the end of the time limit of Government’s subsidy to Irish Water.”Hennessy acknowledged that “we are now in a period of learning about water consumption”, but said that the plan must be based on a long-term strategy. Coherent, evidence based, long term solutions to addressing water affordability and the secure funding future of Irish Water need to be found.Read: Here’s how much you’ll be expected to pay for waterlast_img read more

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first_imgApparently, I am a sucker for a hilarious YouTube video. I was totally lured in by the web commercial for the Dollar Shave Club, a clever viral marketing video talking about how inexpensive their shaving equipment is. As it just so happens, I had just that week taken the $35 hit to my wallet for a new 6-pack of blades for my razor, so I went to the website to see what they had to offer.It’s an incredibly simple setup. The first month of your service with Dollar Shave club you get a handle and three heads from whichever of the three choices you pick from. There’s a two blade kit for $1/month, a four blade kit for $6/month, and a six blade kit for $9/month. If you get anything other than the $1 kit, shipping and handling is included. Since I was going to give this a try, I figured why not go all out and get the six blade kit. According to the website, you can downgrade anytime you want, and you’ll be sent a new handle that next month for free.Three heads is just about what I go through with my existing setup, so even with the most expensive kit I was saving money. What’s more is I didn’t have to remember to pick them up, they just show up right around the same time every month. So, I pulled the trigger, and about a month and a half later my first kit showed up.The package featured more of the clever humor that caught my attention in the first place, as well as the handle and three heads in a protective plastic case. Pretty much the same setup I would get from buying a kit in the store. The handle for the Executive kit has a good weight to it, and is covered in rubber grips.I decided to make the new razor work a little harder on the first shave, so I didn’t shave for a couple of days before using it. Considering this was a six blade head, I didn’t expect it would have any problems. Six blades is probably unnecessary, but I liked the design of the Executive handle more than the middle. The shave itself was pretty much exactly what you would expect from a Gillette Fusion Pro (or equivalent razor), and it cleaned out just as easily.The Dollar Shave Club razors are a pretty good deal. Not necessarily because the blades are any cheaper than you would get if you bought this same kit in bulk, but because of the automation. As a frequent forgetter of grocery lists, knowing that right around the middle of every month a new set of razors will show up without any additional effort on my end is pretty great. This isn’t even a particularly new concept, you can setup automated repeat orders of a lot of things on Amazon. In this case, it was just the right combination of marketing, ease of use, and a decent product. With that, I have a feeling I will be using Dollar Shave Club for awhile.last_img read more

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first_imgIt’s been leaked, teased, accused of being a copy of its predecessor, and celebrated as the likely champion of the mobile ecosystem for 2013. Samsung has finally unveiled the next in their line of globally available smartphones, the Galaxy S4. Times Square lit up in anticipation of Samsung’s event, and despite LG’s shenanigans earlier in the day it felt like the world stood still as JK Shin and crew took to the stage to unveil their new flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S4 is finally here, and while it may look almost exactly like last years model, the two phones couldn’t be more different. Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is just barely lighter (130g), thinner (7.9mm), and possibly even shinier than the Galaxy S3, but what is underneath that Gorilla Glass 3 and textured casing is entirely deserving of the praise it will undoubtedly display. Much like the previous generation, Samsung has created what is essentially two phones here. There’s the Exynos based Octo-Core processor clocked at 1.6 GHz and the Snapdragon based Quad Core 1.9GHz processor. These two chipsets are expected to behave differently, but performance is supposed to be similar for most tasks between two chipsets. Regardless of which processor your carrier wind up with, your Galaxy S4 will also be packing 2GB of RAM and either 16, 32, or 64GB of storage depending on which model you purchase. Both the 2600mAh battery and the microSD slot are accessible though the removable rear panel, and the microSD slot can support up to 64GB. On the other side of that removable panel you’ll find a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with 1080p resolution at 441ppi, coming out just under the HTC One’s 468ppi at 4.7-inches. This display is a world first, and Samsung is very proud of what this display is capable of. With the increasing focus on the quality of smartphone cameras, Samsung pulled out the stops an was sure to show off their new toys. The 13MP rear camera and 2MP front camera are certainly the high end of what is now considered pretty standard fare, but the software that drives this technology is brand new. Samsung is placing a premium on the ability to use both cameras at once, allowing you to record and share both the experience you are recording and your own experience at the same time. Whether you are video chatting, taking a photo, or recording video, you’ll be able to use both cameras simultaneously. The front camera alone also gets some special treatment, being capable of 1080p video at 30FPS.It wouldn’t be a Samsung phone if it weren’t packed full of TouchWiz flavored Android. The Galaxy S4 comes with Android 4.2.2 on board, making it the most up to date Android phone that isn’t a Nexus, but still packed with the latest from Samsung. Samsung has made the Galaxy S4 highly user focused, right down to the ability to adjust the sensitivity of the screen for use with gloves on. The Samsung Air Gesture, Smart Pause, and Smart Scroll features all focus on the ability to use the phone without touching it. You can look away to pause a video, wave your hand over the screen to scroll, and preview the next image or email with out placing your fingers on the screen. Samsung’s use of MHL 2, Bluetooth 4, and NFC technologies are all making comebacks with screen mirroring and smart sharing tools. On top of all of these new features Samsung has managed to maintain a user interface that Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note owners will recognize and understand with ease. Samsung is making the Galaxy S4 available in Black Mist and White Frost on all four of the major US carriers as well as most of the major international carriers. Samsung plans to announce availability per carrier, with pre orders to be made available through their partners. We’ll be offering you our hands on impressions of the phone as soon as possible, but it is clear that Samsung has put their best foot forward for this launch, and the Galaxy S4 will be a main contender throughout the year.last_img read more

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first_img Short URL Image: tree image via Shutterstock By Michelle Hennessy Image: tree image via Shutterstock Two men arrested over €5 million land and forestry fraud Gardaí said a significant amount of money held in Irish banks has been frozen. 5 Comments 23,403 Views Feb 7th 2017, 7:33 AM Tuesday 7 Feb 2017, 7:33 AM Updated 8amTWO MEN HAVE been arrested over investment fraud offences and money laundering offences involving up to €5 million.The alleged fraud relates to an investment scheme in which the same plot of land was sold to multiple people and false documents were provided to investors. Sources say investors outside Ireland handed over tens of thousands of euro for the plots.Both men, who are in their 40s, were arrested yesterday in Dublin and Wicklow and are currently detained at Dun Laoghaire and Bray garda stations. The man held in Bray is due to appear before Dun Laoghaire District court this morning charged in connection with the investigation.As part of this investigation the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau has frozen a significant amount of money held in Irish banks.Gardaí say investigations are continuing.Comments have been closed as one of the men is due before the courts. Read: Dublin man who fraudulently obtained mortgage on his parents’ house avoids jail> Share8 Tweet Email1 http://jrnl.ie/3226544 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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first_imgUne crypte médiévale chrétienne vieille de 900 ans découverte au SoudanUne crypte médiévale, contenant sept corps momifiés naturellement, a été mise au jour à Old Dongola, la capitale d’un ancien empire médiéval situé dans la Vallée du Nil. Vieux de 900 ans, les murs de cette crypte, retrouvée dans un monastère, étaient couverts d’inscriptions. Des écritures grecques en plein milieu de la Vallée du Nil ? Des archéologues viennent de mettre au jour une ancienne crypte médiévale, à Old Dongola, situé au Soudan actuel. Sa particularité ? Elle contient sept cadavres momifiés naturellement et ses murs sont couverts d’écrits.Il y a 900 ans, Old Dongola était la capitale de Makuria, un royaume de chrétiens d’Égypte, vivant en paix avec ses voisins musulmans, situés au Nord. Ainsi, l’une des momies retrouvées serait celle de l’archevêque Georgios, qui fut probablement le guide religieux le plus puissant du royaume. Son épitaphe a été découvert près des corps, il indique qu’il serait mort en 1113 après Jésus-Christ, à l’âge de 82 ans.Des inscriptions protectricesLorsque les chercheurs ont pénétré dans la crypte, ils se sont très vite aperçus que les murs étaient couverts d’inscriptions, dans des langues différentes. Gravées à l’encre noire sur la fine couche de peinture recouvrant les murs, elles ont été écrites en grec et en copte sahidique, la langue des chrétiens d’Égypte.Les textes contiennent notamment des extraits des évangiles de Luc, Jean, Marc et Matthieu, mais aussi des noms magiques et des signes. Une prière de la Vierge Marie, où la Mort lui apparaît à la “sous la forme d’un coq”, y est également gravée. Les écritures, dont les créateurs ont laissé leur signature sur trois voire quatre murs, servaient probablement de protection pour les morts contre les forces du mal, estiment les chercheurs. “Leur but était de sauvegarder non seulement la tombe, mais aussi ceux qui y étaient enterrés durant le passage dangereux des limbes entre le moment de la mort et l’apparition devant Dieu”, expliquent Adam Lajtar de l’Université de Varsovie et Jacques van der Vliet de l’Université de Leiden.Sept corpsOutre l’archevêque, la crypte contenait six autres corps momifiés de façon naturelle. Selon Robert Mahler, anthropologue de l’Université de Varsovie ayant examiné les restes, les morts étaient des hommes matures, tous âgés de plus de 40 ans, rapporte LiveScience. Le tombeau a probablement été scellé après que le dernière occupant a été enterré. “L’entrée de la chambre était fermée avec des briques rouges et du mortier réalisé avec de la boue”, détaille Wlodzimierz Godlewski, directeur de la mission polonaise à Dongola, dans la revue Polish Archeology. Si les vêtements des momies sont très mal préservés, l’experte en textile Barbara Czaja-Szewczak, estime que ces hommes étaient vêtus très simplement, sûrement avec des habits en toile de lin. Quelques uns d’entre eux portaient une croix sur leur torse. La crypte a été découverte en 1993 par la mission polonaise de Dongola. Toutefois, elle n’a été extraite qu’en 2009. Durant les fouilles, les corps ont été déplacés pour être étudiés, la crypte a été nettoyés et les inscriptions enregistrées. Depuis, les archéologues tentent de percer tous les secrets de cette tombe et de ses écritures.Un royaume perduAu moment de la construction de la crypte, le royaume de Makuria était à son apogée. Ses rois, dirigeant depuis Old Dongola, contrôlaient un territoire s’étendant à une grande partie de Soudan moderne et des régions de l’Égypte du Sud. “La période entre la fin du 8ème et le 12ème siècle aurait été l’âge d’or de Makuria”, décrit Artur Obluski, chercheur pour les universités de Chicago et Varsovie. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Le plus grand succès de Makuria ? Parvenir à maintenir des bonnes relations avec ses voisins musulmans, la dynastie califale des Fatimides, qui dirigeaient l’Égypte. Les deux royaumes effectuaient des échanges commerciaux très fréquents et de nombreuses personnes de Makuria auraient servi dans l’armée fatimide. À l’époque, les historiens arabes étaient particulièrement impressionnés par les monastères chrétiens de Makuria. Les archéologues ont d’ailleurs retrouvé d’anciennes églises médiévales absolument fantastiques. Les derniers exemples ont été découverts à Banganarti. En 1171, la prise du pouvoir en Égypte par la dynastie Ayyubid signe la fin du royaume de Makuria. Les nouveaux dirigeants égyptiens lancent, en effet, rapidement une attaque sur le nord de Makuria, amenant avec eux une période de déclin qui s’étendra jusqu’à la perte de l’indépendance du royaume. Le 20 décembre 2013 à 15:12 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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first_imgKangana Ranaut and Alia BhattTwitterThere’s no doubt that Alia Bhatt stole millions of hearts with her outstanding performance in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy and had been receiving all the love and appreciation ever since it was released in theatres. However, Kangana Ranaut is really not impressed with Alia’s portrayal of a short-tempered and fiesty girl named Safina in the film.”I am embarrassed…What is there to beat in Gully Boy performance ….same snappy muh phat girl… Bollywood’s idea of a fiery girl, woman empowerment and good acting, spare me this embarrassment, please. Media has taken filmy kids love too far…stop pampering mediocre work or else bar will never be raised,” Kangana told Bollywood Life when she was asked about winning the Best Actress poll (conducted by the entertainment website) against Alia’s performance in Gully Boy.Earlier, Kangana had said that Rani Mukerji’s performance in Black and said, ‘I can do this. What’s the big deal?’ She further said that pulling off such roles is an easy task for theatre actors, and she was confident of becoming an actress after watching the movie.Over the past few weeks, Ranaut has been on a bashing spree when she complained about how Bollywood stars like Deepika Padukone, Aamir Khan and Alia Bhatt, to name a few, have always failed to acknowledge her hard work. In fact, she is just not letting go off of her constant nagging and criticism against Bollywood stars. However, the one person who has faced her wrath the most was Alia Bhatt and she still is.Talking about how people send her their trailers to see and praise on social media, Kangana Ranaut had earlier said, “These girls send me their trailers like Alia (Bhatt) sent me the trailer of Raazi and said, ‘Please watch it’. For me, it was not a Karan Johar film or Alia film, for me, it was a film on Sehmat Khan, the girl who has given her everything to the country.”Responding to Kangana’s criticism, Alia had said that she would sort out the matter with Kangana Ranaut at a personal level but also added that she didn’t do anything to deserve such a treatment from her.And we don’t know if Alia had anticipated Kangana’s criticism on her performance in Gully Boy.last_img read more

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first_imgmichiganmodern.orgIBM fired 2,000 employees in United States on the basis of their productivity and performance in the company. The company states that it needs to focus on re-inventing the operations to satisfy customer demands. The decision was taken right after its Indian unit laid down 300 of its employees in May.IBM has a history of cutting off its staff by large numbers since 2016. It had about 3.5 lakh employees left with vacancies for about 25,000 posts reported in 2018. FortuneAccording to a statement given to Bloomberg, the small cuts in the workforce are to allow aggressive growth in the fields of artificial intelligence and invest in the high-value segment in the IT sector. The company said in a statement to Business Times, “We are continuing to reposition our team to align with our focus on the high-value segments of the IT market – while aggressively hiring in critical new areas that deliver value for our clients and IBM”.The latest study by some experts shows that the cuts in the workforce might be because of the slow annual growth of the company. According to the statistics, the company has not quoted more than 1 percent revenue growth in two consecutive years.IBM India is also following the footsteps of its parent company; it cut off its workforce by 500 people in segments within nine months.There have been regular job cuts in other IT companies as well to adapt to the pace of technological advancement in the sector. Aggressive recruitments have been going on for the posts of Data Science, AI and ML after cutting down the regular workforce. Business StandardCongnizant is also following the footstep of the tech giant by firing 200 senior employees last month. They reasoned the drop-off, by stating their inconsistent capability to adapt to the changes in the pace of work and their focus on digital requirements.last_img read more

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US social safety net worsens

first_imgThe chief US public health insurance program deteriorated over the last year. Photo: CollectedFinances for Social Security and Medicare, two linchpins of the US social safety net, worsened last year, according to official projections released Tuesday.The solvency of the Medicare trust fund, the main US public health insurance program, deteriorated over the last year and could be exhausted by 2026 — two years earlier than previously estimated.Meanwhile, for the first time since 1982, costs for the Social Security retirement system will exceed revenues this year.This would leave the fund depleted by 2034, matching last year’s forecast.While recognizing that some “long-term issues” persist, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday that both programs remained “secure.””The administration’s economic agenda — tax cuts, regulatory reform, and improved trade agreements — will generate the long-term growth needed to help secure these programs and lead them to a more stable path,” Mnuchin said in a statement.The updates on the health of the two largest US entitlement programs were the first since December’s sweeping tax cuts, which the White House said would increase growth, offsetting lost tax revenues, something economists doubt.The world’s largest economy has so far not reached President Donald Trump’s target of three percent growth on an annual basis.Officials conceded Tuesday at a news conference at the US Treasury that the tax cuts had reduced revenues for Medicare and Social Security.Medicare costs will rise from last year’s 3.7 percent of GDP to 5.8 percent by 2038. A forecast last year saw costs rising more slowly, reaching 5.6 percent by 2041.Social Security spending, which amounted to 4.9 percent of GDP in 2017, will climb to 6.1 by 2038, an improvement over last year’s forecast, which predict it would reach this level a year earlier.Some 58.4 million Americans depend on Medicare while 62 million receive Social Security benefits (of whom 45 million are retirees, six million are dependents and another 10 million are disabled), according to the government.last_img read more

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At New Museum Of Black Civilizations A Call To Come Home

first_imgBy AMELIA NIERENBERG, Associated PressDAKAR, Senegal (AP) — The Museum of Black Civilizations in Senegal opened this month amid a global conversation about the ownership and legacy of African art. The West African nation’s culture minister isn’t shy: He wants the thousands of pieces of cherished heritage taken from the continent over the centuries to come home.“It’s entirely logical that Africans should get back their artworks,” Abdou Latif Coulibaly told The Associated Press. “These works were taken in conditions that were perhaps legitimate at the time but illegitimate today.”In this photo taken Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018, The Museum of Black Civilizations is seen during the inauguration in Dakar, Senegal. The new museum in Dakar is the latest sign that welcoming spaces across the continent are being prepared. Focusing on Africa and its diaspora, it has been decades in the making. (AP Photo/Amelia Nierenberg)Last month, a report commissioned by French President Emmanuel Macron recommended that French museums give back works taken without consent, if African countries request them. Macron has stressed the “undeniable crimes of European colonization,” adding that “I cannot accept that a large part of African heritage is in France.”The new museum in Dakar is the latest sign that welcoming spaces across the continent are being prepared.The museum, with its focus on Africa and the diaspora, is decades in the making. The idea was conceived when Senegal’s first president, internationally acclaimed poet Leopold Sedar Senghor, hosted the World Black Festival of Arts in 1966.At the museum’s vibrant opening, sculptors from Los Angeles, singers from Cameroon and professors from Europe and the Americas came to celebrate, some in tears. “This moment is historic,” Senegalese President Macky Sall said. “It is part of the continuity of history.”Perhaps reflecting the tenuous hold that African nations still have on their own legacy objects, the museum will not have a permanent collection. Filling the 148,000-square-foot circular structure, one of the largest of its kind on the continent, is complicated by the fact that countless artifacts have been dispersed around the world.Both the inaugural exhibition, “African Civilizations: Continuous Creation of Humanity,” and the museum’s curator take a far longer view than the recent centuries of colonization and turmoil. Current works highlight the continent as the “cradle of civilization” and the echoes found among millions of people in the diaspora today.“Colonization? That’s just two centuries,” curator Hamady Bocoum told the AP, saying that proof of African civilization is at least 7,000 years old, referencing a skull discovered in present-day Chad.Like others, Bocoum is eager to see artifacts return for good. The exhibition includes 50 pieces on loan from France, including more than a dozen from the Quai Branly museum in Paris.More than 5,000 pieces in the Quai Branly come from Senegal alone, Bocoum said.“When we see the inventory of the Senegalese objects that are found in France, we’re going to ask for certain of those objects,” Bocoum said. “For the moment, we have not yet started negotiations.”He brushed off concerns that African institutions might be unable to care for their own heritage, pointing to the new museum’s humidified, air-conditioned storage space.The history of some of the objects in the opening exhibition is grim. Pointing to the saber of El Hadj Umar Tall, a 19th-century West African thinker who fought against French colonialism, Bocoum described how French troops fighting him stripped local women of their elaborate jewelry by cutting off their ears.Contemporary works in the exhibition touch on both triumph and tragedy. There are black-and-white photographs of African nightclubs in the 1960s shot by famous Malian photographer Malick Sidibe, and a stark mural by Haitian artist Philippe Dodard depicting African religions and the middle passage.Works by Yrneh Gabon Brown, based in Los Angeles, reference slavery and contemporary race relations in America.“Sometimes I feel like a motherless child,” Brown told the AP. “And here, as a member of Africa’s English-speaking diaspora, I am proud, reaffirmed.”France, whose president in recent weeks has pledged to return 26 pieces to Benin, is just one of many countries loaning works for the new museum’s opening exhibition. Bocoum now is working with dozens of institutions around the world to plan future exhibits.“This museum is celebrating the resilience of black people,” professor Linda Carty, who teaches African American studies at Syracuse University, told the AP at its opening. “This is a forced recognition of how much black people have brought to the world. We were first.That’s been taken away from us, and we now have reclaimed it.”___Follow Africa news at https://twitter.com/AP_Africalast_img read more

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Research team develops method to strengthen elastomers

first_img More information: Toughening Elastomers with Sacrificial Bonds and Watching Them Break, Science 11 April 2014: Vol. 344 no. 6180 pp. 186-189. DOI: 10.1126/science.1248494ABSTRACTElastomers are widely used because of their large-strain reversible deformability. Most unfilled elastomers suffer from a poor mechanical strength, which limits their use. Using sacrificial bonds, we show how brittle, unfilled elastomers can be strongly reinforced in stiffness and toughness (up to 4 megapascals and 9 kilojoules per square meter) by introducing a variable proportion of isotropically prestretched chains that can break and dissipate energy before the material fails. Chemoluminescent cross-linking molecules, which emit light as they break, map in real time where and when many of these internal bonds break ahead of a propagating crack. The simple methodology that we use to introduce sacrificial bonds, combined with the mapping of where bonds break, has the potential to stimulate the development of new classes of unfilled tough elastomers and better molecular models of the fracture of soft materials. (Phys.org) —A team of researchers working in France has found a way to toughen elastomers—a class of rubbers. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes how they used a technique similar to that used to strengthen hydrogels to make elastomers stronger. Jian Ping Gong offers a Perspective piece on the work in the same issue of the journal. © 2014 Phys.org Elastomers are used in a wide variety of applications, primarily as shock absorbers—they can generally be easily stretched, but tend to break if a notch develops. Scientists would like to improve the strength of elastomers because it would allow for their use in more applications and for better results in applications in which they are already used. In this new effort, the researchers looked to a technique that has proven to be a good method of strengthening hydrogels—combining two different network materials.Hydrogels, as their name implies, are made mostly of water, they resemble organic tissue in many respects which is why research is ongoing to find a way to use them in biological applications. Prior research has shown that the addition of a second network material can cause an increase in their strength—in essence the added strength comes from the mesh that is created, offering increased resistance to cracking while still maintaining pliability. Until now, however, applying the same technique to elastomers has proven to be challenging because a secondary network material that would offer contrasting properties was not known. The second is the tendency of non-water based materials to separate because they don’t contain solvents. The team in France has found a solution to both these problems by employing a sequential polymerization technique. Explore further PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen Researchers develop new kind of polymers that can be created using solid-state polymerization of organic dye molecules Citation: Research team develops method to strengthen elastomers (2014, April 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-04-team-method-elastomers.html Journal information: Science This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Play This video demonstrates the stretching and breaking of elastomers containing breakable sacrificial bonds that emit light as they break. The first experiment shown is a series of loading/unloading cycles, and the second experiment is the propagation of a crack. This video is real data on a live experiment and not an animation. Credit: Laboratory SIMM, ESPCI ParisTech & Institute for Complex Molecular Systems TU Eindhoven To create an elastomer with added strength, the team started with a traditional network material. Instead of simply introducing a second network material, the researchers used monomers of the first material, causing it to swell—the monomers were then polymerized causing the completion of a double-network structure. The end result is an elastomer that is stronger than those that have been made before, yet is still able to be stretched. Interestingly, the process can be repeated again to create a triple-network structure elastomer as well.To help test their new material, the researchers also added chemoluminescent molecules into the mix which caused the emittance of light when the material cracked. As Gong notes, the new technique is likely to stoke interest by other researchers, leading perhaps, to a new class of products.last_img read more

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Magnitude42 earthquake shakes Costa Rica on Wednesday afternoon

first_imgRelated posts:Panic in Nicaragua as tremors continue Earthquakes diminish in Nicaragua, but country remains on red alert Strong magnitude-6.8 earthquake rocks Costa Rica’s southwest Earthquake jolts five provinces in Costa Rica A magnitude-4.2 earthquake was felt at 4:10 p.m. Wednesday in Costa Rica, according to the Seismic Engineering Laboratory at the University of Costa Rica. The epicenter was located in Pérez Zeledón in the Southern Zone.The Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica recorded a magnitude-4.5 for the earthquake.The earthquake shook a large part of the country, including the the Central Valley for several seconds. No significant damage or injuries have been reported. A map from the Seismic Engineering Laboratory at the University of Costa Rica showing where the earthquake was felt strongest. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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May Home Inventory Up 154

first_img Share in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News Home Prices Housing Supply Movoto 2014-06-17 Tory Barringer Only one year after leaning heavily to the favor of sellers, sharp gains in inventory have created a more level playing field for local housing markets nationwide.Examining multiple listing service data in 37 cities across the United States, real estate site Movoto.com reported 104,157 listings available on the market, a 15.4 percent jump from 90,264 a year prior.”By comparison, the total inventory index actually decreased by 22.9 percent between May 2012 and May 2013,” wrote Randy Nelson, content manager at Movoto, in the company’s blog.Demonstrating how starved the region is for inventory, the West saw some of the greatest yearly increases in supply. Mesa, Arizona, topped the list, with inventory levels rising 82.5 percent to 1,765 units for sale.Following that were Las Vegas, where supply was up 68.8 percent to 6,149, and Fresno, California, where the number of homes for sale rose 68.5 percent to 991.Not all Western markets have fared so well over the year, however. San Francisco’s housing supply continued to dry up, shrinking 8.3 percent from May 2013 and pushing the median price per square foot up to $720, the highest among all surveyed markets.Meanwhile, Chicago experienced the greatest year-over-year increase in price. According to Movoto, the median price per square foot in the Windy City is approximately $185, an increase of 27.6 percent.The next biggest increase was in Houston, where the median price is $102 per square foot, an increase of 27.5 percent.”Texas markets continue to lag behind the rest of the nation in terms of inventory, which explains why median list prices in the state are rising on average,” Nelson wrote.Overall, Movoto reports the median list price per square foot was up 7.3 percent from May 2013 to May 2014, climbing to $172. In keeping with other recent reports of annual price slowdowns, that increase was less than half that recorded between May 2012 and May 2013.center_img May Home Inventory Up 15.4% June 17, 2014 492 Views last_img read more

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