Police stats showcase the impact of Winnipegs meth problem

first_imgBrittany HobsonAPTN NewsWinnipeg is in the grips of a meth crisis and it’s only going to get worse according the city’s police chief.Danny Smyth held a news conference Monday to release the city’s 2018 statistical report.The 40-page report gives a glimpse into how bad the problem actually is.“Property crime has risen by a startling 19 per cent, and with the exception of arson, I think every category that was track has gone up significantly,” Smyth said.Smyth said meth is the driving force behind the rise in crime.Police received 618,321 calls requesting assistance last year, according to the report, resulting in a five per cent increase from 2017.The majority of these calls are people seeking assistance or wellbeing checks along with instances of disturbances.Police are tied up addressing these matters while non-urgent calls can go left unattended for up to days at a time, said Smyth.This also extends into other service providers.“The status quo is putting tremendous strain on police and paramedics and frankly our hospital emergency departments,” he said.Smyth is calling on the province to create a meth-specific detox shelter.Main Street Project currently runs a detox facility but it’s designed for alcohol.“We need some kind of facility… so that people that are in distress or need care can be transitioned from police or paramedics to other care providers,” said Smyth.When questioned about the need for more treatment options Justice Minister Cliff Cullen said the province has recently added 34 beds for people seeking help for addictions and mental health.“There’s certainly treatment available. We may need to look at capacity,” Cullen said by phone Monday.“We’ll certainly work with Manitoba Health to look at capacity issues,” he added.Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman said this isn’t enough.Last month, a report from the Illicit Drug Task Force, a collaborative effort between federal, provincial and municipal levels of government, put forth 22 recommendations to address the rise of meth use.Bowman said he’s yet to see substantial efforts from the province to tackle some of the recommendations.“Until there are robust and serious investments…we’re going to be having similar conversations,” he said.In 2018, there were 22 homicides. Winnipeg has surpassed that total with 25 as of this week.Smyth worries if things don’t change next year will be worse.bhobson@aptn.ca@bhobs22last_img read more

Thousands demand action during youthled countrywide climate strike protests

first_imgIndigenous teachings are seen as a way forward for the climate issues the world is facing.Many say these climate strikes will continue until the leaders of the world act.Here are the Ottawa River Singers featuring Brady Picody, his son Sage and Isaac Hanson.The group performed on Parliament Hill Friday. Our children’s future means more than your politics. Our children’s future means more than your profits.-Jocelyn Wabano Iahtail in OttawaAPTN NewsAcross Canada, hundreds of thousands of people, mainly students, marched on their legislatures and in the streets to demand climate action.Here is a wrap up of what went on across the country Friday as part of the burgeoning global youth-led school climate strike.Montreal(A half million people took to the streets of Montreal for the climate strike march. Photo: Robbie Purdon/APTN)Huge and Beautiful, that’s how some described Montreal’s march.Estimates put the crowd at more than 500,00 people.But that’s no surprise – everyone knew it was going to be big.Liberal leader Justin Trudeau made sure he was in Montreal for the march, so did Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet. Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer took a pass and was in Vancouver.Indigenous leaders from the Assembly of First Nations joined in, including National Chief Perry Bellegarde, Quebec and Labrador Regional Chief Ghislain Picard, Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek, Manitoba Regional Chief Kevin Hart, and Alberta Regional Chief Marlene Poitras.Dignitaries included David Suzuki and international Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg.Indigenous youth played a large role in Montreal’s march.APTN’s Lindsay Richardson filed this report from Montreal. Ottawa (Barriere Lake Elder Monique Manatch addresses the thousands of people, mainly students on Parliament Hill Friday. Photo: Mark Blackburn/APTN)I would like to apologize to all the generations that come after me for not having done my best to help the planet.-senior at the rally in Ottawa.Parliament Hill is no stranger to protests and rallies.But what happened Friday was something that hasn’t occurred in sometime.While dwarfed by Montreal’s rally, more than 5,000 people, mainly students holding signs admonishing the government, and adults for not doing enough about climate change, cheered, chanted and raised their fists in the air.APTN’s Todd Lamirande was on the Hill and files this report. Inuit Circumpolar Council of Canada This week the International Panel on Climate Change released a special report on the state of the oceans and cryosphere — meaning all frozen parts of the earth.The findings are frightening, particularly in the north.(Tables were set up in Iqaluit for people to make signs for the Climate Strike march. Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTN)As carbon concentrations rise, the oceans are becoming more acidic and absorbing more heat.Threatening the safety and way of life of Inuit.Monica ell-kanayuk is president of the Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada. news@aptn.ca@aptnnews Unceded Algonquin Territory (The speeches in Ottawa started with an acknowledgement that the rally, and Parliament Hill were on unceded Algonquin Territory. Photo: Mark Blackburn/APTN)And before the speeches started, Jocelyn Wabano Iahtail walked through the crowd offering to smudge the thousands who were there.Here is her message to the people gathered. Climate Strike Canada, a network of students, young people and activists spearheading the marches, put out a list of demands. They include:Adopt and implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in full.Protection of most affected groups.Recognize Canada’s disproportionate role in the climate crisis.Transition to renewable energy and sustainable transportation infrastructure, while guaranteeing opportunity for fossil fuel workers in the new economy.Enshrine in law the fundamental right to a healthy environment.Conservation of biodiversity.Maintain and protect old growth forests, restore cutblocks, reduce habitat fragmentation, and strengthen the protection of at-risk species.Reject all new fossil fuel extraction or transportation projects, eliminate fossil fuel subsidies, and price pollution.Bold greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.Legislate net greenhouse gas emission reductions of 75 per cent over 2005 levels by 2030.Nunavut(“There’s lots of plastic killing animals,” says Anika Qaunirq-Hodgson as she marches in Iqaluit..  Photo: Kent Driscoll/APTN)It’s September, which is crazy, there’s no snow, and its not supposed to be this way.-Dayle KubluitokNorthern communities are disproportionately affected by climate change.Glaciers are receding, and summer sea ice is making way for open waters.In 2050, Canada expects that the very tip of Nunavut will have the last bit of summer ice on the planet.Iqaluit residents are not shy about showing their feelings and Friday was no exception. People walked with signs and talked about the need for change.APTN’s Kent Driscoll is in Iqaluit and filed this story.last_img read more

France: Uni’Sons to Hold the Ninth Annual Arabesque Festival

Casablanca – The Arabesques Festival is drawing near. The association Uni’Sons will hold the ninth edition of the festival from May 19th to the 25th at Domaine d’O in Montpellier, France.The festival seeks to bring into the spotlight the work of Arab artists and those influenced by Arab culture. The festival also fosters a cultural dialogue among artists and audiences.All bundled up in a “Travel through Arabesque” thematic package, this year’s  festival has a rich and diversified program in store for its large international audience. The 2014 festival is offering its audience a ticket to an exciting cultural journey into the heart of Arab culture as seen through the eyes of historic Moroccan explorer Ibn Battuta. The festival promises its fans a vibrant voyage replete with artistic marvels from various corners of the Arab region.The organizers have selected some of the best cinematic works for its audience this year. On the list are two Moroccan films: Ymma, produced by Rachid El Ouali, and Exit Maroc, produced by Sean Gullette. French documentary La Traversée, produced by Elisabeth Leuvrey, is also on the list.Arabesque has amassed a variety of Arab music, from Damascus, Beirut, Agadir, Marrakech, Granada, Casablanca and Nouakchott —enough to enchant an audience as motley as the festival’s program.Choreography, theater, workshops, exhibitions, and round tables are also ingredients in the festival’s cultural recipe for its ninth year.Initiated in 2006, Arabesques Festival “was born of international artistic initiatives carried out by Uni’Sons.” The festival aims to introduce the artistic and cultural heritage of the Arab region through music, theater, storytelling, projections, dance, calligraphy and many other contemporary aspects of cultural identity.Edited by Jessica Rohan© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

Financial watchdog proposes rollback of payday lending rules

NEW YORK — The nation’s federal financial watchdog has announced its plans to roll back most of its consumer protections governing the payday lending industry.It’s the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s first rollback of regulations under its new Director, Kathy Kraninger, who took over the bureau late last year.The cornerstone of the regulations focused on making sure borrowers could afford to repay a payday loan without being stuck in a cycle of debt. The industry was against the new regulations, arguing they were too complex and could kill business. This standard would be repealed under the new rules.The CFPB proposed keeping in place consumer protections that would ban the industry from making multiple debits on a borrowers’ bank accounts, which consumer advocates argued caused borrowers hardship through overdraft fees.The Associated Press read more

Markets update

On the markets at 9:50 a.m. (ET):In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was up 4.72 points to 15,786.88.The Dow Jones industrial average was down 85.30 points to 23,072.30.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was down 9.85 points to 2,551.41.The Nasdaq composite index was down 53.55 points to 6,570.67.The Canadian dollar was trading at 80.06 cents US, down from Wednesday’s average price of 80.09 cents US.

Angola UN envoy stresses patience commitment as peace commission begins talks

“If there is a lesson to learn from the yester-years, is that it is not sufficient to sign an agreement to have peace; on the contrary, there is a need for real commitment to implement what has been agreed upon,” Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative for Angola, Ibrahim Gambari, said at the first meeting of Angola’s Joint Commission, which is tasked with completing the outstanding issues of the Lusaka Protocol. “Persistence in dialogue, whether bilateral or multilateral, is better than settling disputes through the barrel of the guns, landmines or air bombardments,” he said. “We are here to drive the nail into the coffin of war, violence, destruction and confrontation, once for all.” Mr. Gambari, who is chairing the Commission, stressed that rebuilding the country requires the collaboration of all, with Angolans coming together, and standing shoulder to shoulder with the UN, the Troika of Observers – Portugal, the Russian Federation, and the United States – and the international community as a whole. “Reconciliation requires a strong sense of national solidarity, tolerance and fraternity,” he said. “It requires one to take a long-term perspective and not to score tactical advantages. It requires magnanimity and humanity on the part of those who currently have the advantage.” The Special Representative noted that there were also still enormous humanitarian challenges, with several thousands of people still in critical conditions needing emergency assistance from the Angolan Government and the international community. That, coupled with several other reasons, made it urgent to implement the Lusaka Protocol as soon as possible so that Angolans could begin to concentrate on the huge challenges of rebuilding the country and laying the foundations for durable peace and sustainable development. “The outcome of our work must be something meaningful which also meets the aspirations of the parties represented here, the Angolan people as a whole and the international community in our common commitment to peace, development and national reconciliation in this country,” Mr. Gambari said. read more

Fiat Chrysler Nissan post big US sales gains for June both boosted

Fiat Chrysler, Nissan post big US sales gains for June, both boosted by small crossover SUVs DETROIT – Nissan’s U.S. sales rose more than 13 per cent in June, while Fiat Chrysler posed an 8 per cent gain as the auto industry headed for another healthy sales month.The Edmunds.com auto website predicts that by the time all automakers report sales on Wednesday, the total will rise about 5 per cent to 1.48 million for the best June since 2006.Fiat Chrysler was led by the Jeep brand, which posted a 25 per cent sales increase as America’s infatuation with SUVs continued. The brand sold almost 5,000 Renegades, a brand-new subcompact SUV. Jeep Cherokee small SUV sales were up 39 per cent.Nissan was led by its redesigned Rogue small SUV, which posted a 54 per cent increase for a June sales record of more than 23,000.In all, Fiat Chrysler sold just over 185,000 vehicles compared with 171,000 a year ago. Nissan, including its Infiniti luxury brand, sold just over 124,000 vehicles, compared with nearly 110,000 a year ago.Buyers have an insatiable demand for new small and midsize SUVs like the Cherokee, Honda HR-V and Ford Edge. Sales of small SUVs were up 11 per cent through May, or more than double the industry-wide sales increase of 4.5 per cent, Kelley Blue Book said. KBB predicted small SUV sales would jump 19 per cent in June.Demand for SUVs is taking a bite out of car sales. Sales of midsize cars like the Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry have fallen 3 per cent so far this year, and dealers offered promotions in June to clear them off their lots. Kia, for example, was offering zero-per cent financing for up to 66 months and up to $1,500 on Optima and Forte sedans.Edmunds analyst Jessica Caldwell said subcompact cars are under great pressure as buyers switch to smaller SUVs. Subcompacts, she said, spent an average of 99 days on a dealer lot before selling, 21 days longer than in June of last year.U.S. auto sales were so strong in the first six months of this year that Kelley Blue Book raised its full-year forecast from 16.9 million vehicles to 17.1 million. U.S. auto sales haven’t topped 17 million since 2001.Lots of factors, including higher employment, low interest rates, a climbing stock market and low gas prices, are boosting auto sales. Automakers are also helping themselves by introducing new vehicles faster and loading them up with desirable features like backup cameras and smartphone compatibility. The average new vehicle cost an estimated $30,452 in June, according to J.D. Power and Associates.“This is arguably the strongest and healthiest the auto industry has been in a very long time,” said Jeff Schuster, a senior vice-president at the forecasting firm LMC Automotive. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Jul 1, 2015 7:37 am MDT read more

The Arrowverse Just Finished Its First FourShow Crossover

first_img DC TV Comes to NYCC, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Grin & More DC NewsOur Favorite TV Superheroes Ranked Stay on target We knew it would happen. Ever since the Flash showed up during the first season of Supergirl, we knew they were considering something like this. When Supergirl joined her small screen DC brethren on The CW, we knew they were planning something. So how was it? It was pretty much everything we could have hoped for.Supergirl started the week off with a fairly normal episode. It opened with Kara and friends all sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner, which is interrupted by an inter-dimensional wormhole that closes up as soon as it opens. Before they can fully investigate, the main plot of the episode pulls their focus. Cyborg Superman (Hank Henshaw) stole a Kryptonian virus that kills aliens. He’s working with Lillian Luther to kill all the aliens living on Earth. Meanwhile, J’onn J’onzz has been injected with M’gann M’orzz’s blood and is turning into a White Martian.The crossover begins. (Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes) (Photo: Screenshot via CW)If anything, this episode was a reminder that if you aren’t watching Supergirl, you should be. It has fully embraced its comic book origins and does every superhero justice. It’s a much better adaptation of the DC Universe than any of the movies at this point. If Martian Manhunter as a White Martian fighting Cyborg Superman doesn’t convince you to give it a shot, I don’t know what will. All that said, this episode had a very minor part to play in the crossover. In the end, after the threat of the virus has been dealt with, the inter-dimensional wormhole shows up in Kara’s apartment again. This time, the Flash and Vibe step through. Barry Allen tells Kara they need her help and they take her to their universe. On to Tuesday night and The Flash.The Flash opens with a taste of what’s to come: A giant superhero battle. This is as close as we’re going to get to a D.C. Civil War. We flash (ha) back to ten hours earlier when Wally’s training is interrupted by what looks like a giant meteor falling from the sky. The Flash runs to intercept it but finds that it’s not a meteor. It’s a small alien spaceship. He also finds a hoard of vicious, scary-looking aliens. The Department of Defense shows up and tells The Flash and his team that these aliens have attacked before. They’re called The Dominators. Now they’re back, but they claim they’re there on a peaceful mission. You buying it? Neither does the DOD.The Flash decides he can’t handle the alien threat alone and collects a team of superheroes. Cisco puts his anger at Barry aside to help him get to Supergirl. Yes, Supergirl exists in a parallel universe. Earth-38, as it turns out. That’s why they weren’t affected by the Dominator invasion. Keep that information in your back pocket for when it inevitably turns up as a question at your local trivia night. Barry also runs to Star City to grab Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity. Thea hears about the team-up and decides it’s too cool to miss and comes out of retirement to fight the Aliens. Oliver suggests they bring The Legends on board and sends them a message. With all the superheroes in one place, they begin training by fighting Supergirl. She is the only alien they have handy, after all.Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) shows Oliver (Stephen Amell) and The Legends what makes her so super. (Photo: Screenshot via CW)One thing that was great about this episode of The Flash, it didn’t put the show’s overarching story on hold for the aliens. There was meaningful story development for both The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow packed into this one episode. Wally is angry that Iris and Joe won’t let him fight even though he has powers now and eventually convinces H.R. to train him. Jax and Martin show Barry the message he sends them 40 years in the future, and he shares it with the rest of the Legends. We still don’t know exactly what it means, but it’s finally not a secret anymore. And that woman that Martin kept having visions of last week? He visits his home and finds out that she’s his daughter. When he visited his younger self in the 1980s, he changed history and now has a daughter. Oddly enough, his wife doesn’t seem to be around.The team’s training is interrupted by news that the aliens have kidnapped the president. The team rushes to save him, but they leave Barry behind, angry at him for changing history and messing with time. Oliver decides to stay with Barry and cheer him up. The rest of the team finds the president easily, but it turns out to be a trap. The aliens appear to have researched the mind-control tech from XCOM and take control of Supergirl, Diggle, Speedy and the Legends.Green Arrow and The Flash run to them and a giant superhero fight ensues. Green Arrow and The Flash are surrounded, but Wally comes to their rescue. His heroic moment lasts all of five seconds before he’s taken down, alive but unable to move. Cisco and Felicity work together to track the source of the mind control. Barry tricks Supergirl into destroying it and everyone reverts to normal. Their victory doesn’t last long, though, as Green Arrow, Speedy, Diggle, White Canary and Atom are all beamed up into space. And into Wednesday night.As Arrow‘s 100th episode begins, we find out that they’re all being kept in pods, while their brains are being kept occupied by a simulation of a happier life. Oliver is marrying Laurel Lance, who is still alive. Oliver and Thea’s parents are also still alive, and everything is perfect. There’s even someone else out there acting as the Arrow. Oliver later discovers that it’s Diggle. Oliver begins to have memories of his real life and eventually discovers that they aren’t real. As he investigates, he brings everyone else together and convinces them to give up their happier lives where nobody died and find a way to escape.Guess who’s back! (John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn) (Photo: Screenshot via CW)So how does Arrow top The Flash‘s massive superhero battle? It brings back every villain from seasons past. As the group investigates the one building that’s out of place, they are met by their memories of the enemies they’ve faced so far. Deathstroke, Malcolm Merlyn, and Damien Darhk show up, and a stylish, well-choreographed brawl ensues. As they enter the building, they find a way to exit the simulation. Before they do, they have to deal with saying goodbye to pretty much everyone they’ve lost over the last few seasons. Once out of the simulation and awake, they search for a way off the ship. Oliver finds a laser gun on the wall, blasts a couple of Dominators, and the team ends up in one of the alien fighter ships. Thea can launch it, but as nobody knows how to fly the thing, it hurtles towards Earth.Meanwhile, Felicity and Cisco are trying to track the alien ship down so they can mount a rescue. Cisco reveals he grabbed a piece of alien tech from the crashed fighter and Team Arrow starts trying to hack it. They find they need a new experimental power source to even begin hacking and, wouldn’t you know it, the only existing prototype has been stolen by an evil cyborg woman. The Flash and Supergirl team up with Team Arrow to find her. When they do, Supergirl and The Flash take her down in a spectacularly violent fashion. Basically, they both hit her as hard as they can and bounce her across the room to each other like a ping pong ball. It’s probably the most brutal takedown either character has ever done. Not a criticism, it was awesome!With the power source in hand, they’re able to track down the location of the alien tech and send the information to the Legends. As Oliver and Company’s ship falls towards Earth, they are rescued by Nate Heywood in the Waverider. While they get patched up, Gideon analyzes the aliens’ speech and finds out that they’re building a weapon. It’s unclear at this point what kind of weapon, but Gideon points out that the alien mothership has reached Earth. With that, the best episode Arrow has had in a long time comes to an end and we’re on to Legends of Tomorrow.Steel (Nick Zano) Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) and Vixen (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) capture a Dominator. (Photo: Screenshot via CW)Back in Central City, Martin theorizes that the Dominators kidnapped the non-metahuman heroes to scan their brains to find metahuman weaknesses. Oliver suggests they kidnap a Dominator to find out how to defeat them. Since they seem to be laying low right now, Nate suggests they go back in time to the first invasion in 1951 to get one. It wouldn’t be a Legends episode without time travel. Cisco and Felicity are immediately on board, and it’s fun to see them geek out about going back in time. Unfortunately, when they get there, they’re told to stay on the ship while Heat Wave, Vixen, and Steel kidnap an alien. They almost complete their mission, but some government agents show up and take them, along with the Dominator specimen, prisoner.Cisco and Felicity mount a rescue, while the Legends use the fact that they’re locked up to speak with the alien. They learn that the Dominators are investigating metahumans to determine whether or not they’re a threat. The agents show up and take the Dominator with them to experiment on. Felicity and Cisco aren’t far behind. They rescue the Legends and the Dominator, allowing it to return to the mothership and return to 2016.Arrow and The Flash stay in the present to meet with the new President. Oliver is freaked out by the alien encounter and takes it out on Supergirl by asking her to stay behind. He seems to know he’s being an ass, but he’s still being an ass. They’re met by the same agent who captured the Legends in 1951. They learn that when Barry altered the timeline, he broke a truce with the Dominators. They want Barry to surrender himself, which he considers doing. Cisco vibes onto the alien ship to speak with the alien he saved in the past and finds out that now, they want to wipe out all metahumans. Seeing that trying to make things right in the past made things worse in the future, he realizes what Barry’s been dealing with and forgives him.“You and what army?” (Photo: Screenshot via CW)Martin’s story also moves forward in this episode. He and Caitlin try to figure out a way to defeat the aliens when his daughter shows up at S.T.A.R. Labs. It turns out she has a Ph.D. in nanotechnology and wants to help her dad out. He’s slow to warm up to her, as he plans to go back in time and “fix” his past, so she never existed. As they work together, he sees that she really is her daughter and that he loves her. They finish the weapon, which turns out to be tiny devices that cause the Dominators pain when planted on them.Steel, Vixen, Green Arrow and Freelancer (Diggle) fight a hoard of Dominators in Central City, while Supergirl and Barry run and fly around the world, planting the devices on Dominators in every major city. Meanwhile, the mothership has dropped a bomb that kills metahumans on Earth. Cisco and White Canary use the Waverider’s tractor beam to capture it, and Firestorm transmutes it into water. The entire team is awarded by the new president, and they have a party before going their separate ways. Supergirl takes a wormhole gadget Cisco created with her so the team up can happen again someday.So the first gigantic four-show crossover of the Arrowverse really couldn’t have been any better. Every show rose to the occasion, delivering its best episode all season. Even though Supergirl, being set in another universe, had little to do with the invasion storyline, its episode on Monday night was one of its strongest. Legends even took advantage of her presence to have a nice Superman Returns joke, with Atom, played by Brandon Routh, remarking on how much Kara looks like his cousin. It will probably be a while before they do something like this again, but if the next crossover is half as good as this one, it’ll be worth the wait.last_img read more

Razer Basilisk is the Customizable Gaming Mouse Just For You

first_img Since Razer’s bread and butter is high-end PC peripherals, they’ve pretty much gotten gaming mice down. Mouse dependability is so crucial for successful eSports performances, from shooters to strategy games to MOBAs to games that feel like a mix of all three. Arguably even more than a keyboard, the mouse is the controller extension of your body and will as a player.But every player’s body is different, so why expect one mouse to serve all different kinds of hands. That’s why we now have the Razer Basilisk, just announced in Berlin at IFA, Razer’s new wired customizable gaming mouse.Players can tweak all sorts of aspects of the Basilisk to suit their preferences and up their competitive game, especially in a shooter. Adjust the resistance of the tactile scroll wheel to get just the right jump activation. Raise or lower the DPI in the middle of a fight depending or whether you need speed or precision. Take advantage of mechanical switches. Attach a different clutch to fit your hand size or just take off the clutch together and use a rubber thumb cap and side grips.Beyond the customization features, the Basilisk has the other features you’d expect from a wired Razer mouse. It has a 5G 16,000 DPI optical sensor, just like the DeathAdder Elite and Lancehead Tournament Edition. It can withstand 50 million clicks throughout its lifespan. The Basilisk works with the Razer Synapse 3 configuration software for even more customization like remapping the eight independent “Hyperesponse” buttons and maintaining surface calibration. And of course you can light the mouse up with countless colors with Razer Chroma.Much like the Razer Wolverine Ultimate gaming controller, we got to briefly get our hands on the Razer Basilisk not too long ago. And while we didn’t play any games, the mouse has a promising handfeel, if you’re right-handed at least. The Razer Basilisk customizable gaming mouse launches this September for the nice price of $69.99.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target These Razer Cases Will Keep Your iPhone 11 Cool While GamingFinally, Razer Is Making a Gamer Toaster last_img read more

Rooney to honor debutants

first_imgWayne Rooney will speak to the England players at length before their game against the United States and will also hand out first ever England shirts to the likely debutants Callum Wilson, Lewis Dunk and Alex McCarthy, according to head coach, Gareth Southgate.The former England captain is expected to be a second-half substitute during the game, which will act a farewell game for England’s all-time top scorer.“We will have some debuts and Wayne is going to present the shirts to the debutants tomorrow, and I have asked him to talk to the guys about a couple of areas in particular,” Southgate told reporters, according to Independent.“A lot of that has taken place with the more formal part tomorrow.”The decision marks a continuation of Southgate’s policy of having England legends handing out shirts to debutants.“We’ve done that for the last 18 months,” Southgate said.Jadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“Glenn Hoddle did Michael Keane, Ian Wright did Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham. Paul Parker came in, Lee Dixon did Kieran Trippier and Trent Alexander-Arnold got Prince William. It’s a big moment in a player’s life.”The former Middlesbrough manager also praised Rooney, saying his ability to make the difference made him one of the three best England players of the last three decades.“There have been brilliant players I played with,” Southgate said.“It doesn’t seem right to leave Frank Lampard, David Beckham, Teddy Sheringham and Alan Shearers out of the list. But for me Paul Gascoigne, Paul Scholes and Rooney were just able to do that little bit more than all of the others.”“They were incredible players across that period, they were almost three different moments. I played with Wayne at the start of his career. For him to go on and overtake Sir Bobby Charlton’s record and Gary Lineker’s record is incredible.”last_img read more

Police chase that began in Fort Lauderdale ends with crash in Boca

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A police chase that began in Broward County has ended in a crash in Boca Raton.Fort Lauderdale Police officers noticed a stolen vehicle they were looking for in the 2700 block of West Sunrise Boulevard, just after 12 p.m., Thursday.The chase started in Fort Lauderdale, before heading north on Interstate 95, reaching speeds of at least 100 miles per hour.The pursuit came to an end when the driver crashed the car while trying to exit onto Spanish River Boulevard.The two occupants of the vehicle tried to run away from the vehicle, but they were quickly swarmed by police and taken into custody.According to police, the two people inside are believed to have been involved in a strong-arm robbery.No injuries were reported. last_img read more

Sprint TMobile extend deadline to complete 26B merger

first_imgT-Mobile and Sprint have extended the deadline for completing their proposed merger. Josh Miller/CNET Sprint and T-Mobile have pushed back the deadline for their proposed $26 billion merger by three months amid rumors that their tie-up is on the ropes.T-Mobile announced in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday that the two companies had agreed to extend the deadline for completing their planned merger to July 29. The previous deadline had been Monday.The No. 3 and No. 4 wireless providers are trying to win approval for their merger from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission, but the effort may be in trouble. Top executives from T-Mobile and Sprint have been in Washington for much of the past month for meetings with the FCC and Justice Department to convince them the merger is necessary for the companies to compete effectively with Verizon and AT&T, which together control more than 70% of the wireless market.In an interview on CNBC, Justice Department Antitrust Division chief Makan Delrahim said that the meetings were ongoing as regulators review the deal.”I have not made up my mind,” he told CNBC. “The investigation continues. We’ve requested some data from the companies that will be forthcoming. We don’t have a set number of meetings or a time line.”If the case is there for us to challenge a transaction or suggest changes, we will do that,” he said, adding that the division is reviewing the argument that the merger will allow the combined company to produce faster next-generation wireless services.The deal — announced a year ago Monday — comes at a time when the US carriers are bending over backward to win your business, with offers like unlimited data and freebies such as access to Netflix. Sprint is still giving away a year of service for free. Those competitive pressures have driven T-Mobile and Sprint together. And while executives from both companies vow lower prices and better service, consumer groups and analysts are skeptical. 0 Tags Phones Share your voice Sprint T-Mobile Post a commentlast_img read more

Karnataka crisis What is the necessity for me to resign asks

first_imgBengaluru: Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Thursday ruled out his resignation amid the political crisis in the state, triggered by the recent spate of resignations by MLAs in the Congress-JD (S) coalition of the state. “What is the necessity for me to resign now. In 2009-10 when Yeddyurappa was Chief Minister of Karnataka then 18 MLAs had opposed him. But ultimately what happened?, ” Kumaraswamy told reporters here. Also Read – Polls may come anytime: Siddaramaiah says Yediyurappa government won’t last long Advertise With Us On Wednesday, former Karnataka chief minister and Bhartiya Janata Party leader B S Yeddyurappa on Wednesday met Karnataka Governor and said that he had conveyed to him that the Congress-JD(S) coalition doesn’t have the required strength in the Assembly. “I requested the Governor to convey to the Speaker that he should take necessary action immediately. Kumaraswamy has no moral right to continue as Chief Minister as they don’t have the numbers,” Yeddyurappa said after his meeting. Also Read – Kumaraswamy never treated me as friend but like enemy: Siddaramaiah Advertise With Us On Wednesday, he had appealed to Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy to resign and make way for a BJP government. The 13-month old Congress-JD(S) government slumped into crisis following the resignation of 10 MLAs from the membership of the state Assembly last week. Congress’ Roshan Baig and independent H Nagesh have also deserted the HD Kumaraswamy government. Advertise With Us The Congress has been accusing the BJP of conspiring to topple the coalition government in Karnataka. The ruling alliance is making all efforts to protect its government which seems to have fallen short of a majority. The Congress has been accusing the BJP of conspiring to topple the coalition government in Karnataka. The ruling alliance is making all efforts to protect its government which seems to have fallen short of a majority.last_img read more

Mortal Kombat 11 Kharacter Guide Baraka

first_imgStay on target There have been eleven main Mortal Kombat games. Can you believe it? The 90s were that long ago. Since then the fighting game has become a gory institution as colorful ninjas and sorcerers and special forces agents collide to rip each others’ guts out in wacky martial arts tournaments.But in the past decade Mortal Kombat has gone from just a recognizable violent fighting game to a really good recognizable violent fighting game. And the recently released Mortal Kombat 11 brings the reboot trilogy home with a story mode stretching across all of history and new ways for customizing characters to your liking, with different skills and gear to make the accessible mechanics even more varied and deep.Expensive cutscenes and ancillary (arguably exploitative) side content aren’t worth anything though if your fighting game doesn’t have a solid roster. Fortunately, Mortal Kombat 11 gives you a diverse cast of kombatants on which to unleash your bloodlust. And we’re taking a look at every single one of them. Today’s fighter: Baraka.AdChoices广告 ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Kharacter Guide: Nightwolf‘Street Fighter V’ and ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Get Ne… Who Are They?Baraka is a warrior, and later general, of the Tarkata. Typically depicted as demon mutant monsters who only exist to carry out Shao Kahn’s violent wishes, in Mortal Kombat 11 the Tarkatans get a surprising amount of pathos as this oppressed race in the larger Outworld politics. Baraka is still quick to pick the meat from your bloody bones though.Kombat KhronologyBaraka first appeared in Mortal Kombat 2. His striking Halloween monster appearance, with sharp teeth and arm blade swords and spikes coming out of everywhere, made him very distinct compared to the largely human cast. He’s become one of the most recognizable characters in the series. For example, although he didn’t appear in Mortal Kombat X, as soon as the Xenomorph DLC fighter grew arm blades you knew exactly whose chest it had burst out of.Koolest KustomizationsBaraka’s different looks are all variations of what you think will make him more scary. Bone blades or metal blades? Mask or no mask? His move set changes also cater to different kinds of fearsome play styles. Baraka can plant different flags to augment his abilities. Or you can be like me and throw strategy out the window and focus on just overwhelming foes with sheer ferocity. Wildly chop away with your arm blades. Shoot spikes out of your back into the air. Impale at every opportunity.How Gross Is The Fatality?Baraka’s fatality is so so so gross it’s great. He rips your face apart, sticks an arm blade through your brain and takes a big chomp. That’s already disgusting in theory. But the detail in which the face-ripping is rendered, the way you’re forced to look at different layers of bleeding tissue clawed away, is hilariously stomach-turning. Mortal Kombat 11 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. For more, read our spine-ripping impressions of the game as a whole, learn more about Mortal Kombat’s history with the government, and check out our character guide for the much less violent fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.View as: One Page Slides1/271. Read Our Full Mortal Kombat 11 ReviewRead Johnny Cage’s Guide2. Read Sub-Zero’s Guide3. Read Erron Black’s Guide4. Read Scorpion’s Guide5. Read Liu Kang’s Guide6. Read Raiden Guide7. Read Kitana’s Guide8. Read Kung Lao’s Guide9. Read Cetrion’s Guide10. Read Jade’s Guide11. Read Kotal Kahn’s Guide12. Read Skarlet’s Guide13. Read Noob Saibot’s Guide14. Read Geras’ Guide15. Read Baraka’s Guide16. Read Jax’s Guide17. Read Jacqui Briggs’ Guide18. Read Frost’s Guide19. Read D’Vorah’s Guide20. Read Kabal’s Guide21. Read Kano’s Guide22. Read Cassie Cage’s Guide23. Read Shao Kahn’s Guide24. Read Kollector’s Guide25. Read Sonya Blade’s Guide26. Read Shang Tsung’s Guide27. Read Nightwolf’s Guidelast_img read more

Special tuition classes by cops for youths to help them get inducted

first_imgKolkata: Taking a unique initiative to support youths from the district, West Bengal Police in North Dinajpur are organising special tuition classes for them to help get recruited in the police service itself.This is the first time ever that such an initiative has been taken up by the police. This is a part of the community policing in North Dinajpur. According to senior police officers, it will help a large section of people in the district as job aspirants from almost all families can opt for the opportunity to get trained to appear for the examinations to get recruited in the police force. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIt may be mentioned that a large section of youths join various private educational institutions to get trained to qualify in the recruitment examinations. But there are many youths, who cannot avail the same for various reasons. The initiative of the police in North Dinajpur district has opened a gateway for such job aspirants and it will help them to bag a job in different ranks of the police. The police have initiated the Pragati Community Development Programme in 10 police station areas in the district. At the same time “Open Learning Centres” have also been started by the police in the district for the children of different age groups from underprivileged families. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIt may be mentioned that in the past seven years, the police have taken various community development programmes besides maintaining the law and order in the state. The community development programmes have helped the people from all walks of life. Project Pranam of the Kolkata Police is there to extend support to the elderly people. Similar projects have also been started by other police Commissionerates in the state. Moreover, both the Kolkata Police and the West Bengal Police organise football tournaments regularly to encourage youths and it has also helped many to return to the mainstream. Recently, four football players have been sent to Germany by the police for a tour where they will learn football skills by participating in practice matches with players from a famous club in Frankfurt.last_img read more

Celebrating 50 years of Krishna consciousness

first_imgAs 2016 marks 50 years of the Hare Krishna Movement’s existence, centres around the world are celebrating. To commemorate this milestone, the Hare Krishna Movement Ladysmith will also be celebrating this momentous occasion in December.History is replete with examples of good conquering evil. Lord Buddha, it is said, vanquished the demon Mara, Jesus Christ was victorious over Satan, Allah defeated Iblis and in the Vedic literature, Krishna destroys the enemies of the righteous – Putana, Aghasura and finally Kamsa.But perhaps the greatest example of righteous victory has occurred in our own day and age.His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada – through writing books, establishing temples and training disciples in the detailed science of Krishna consciousness – has created a formidable shelter from the world of illusion and ignorance.Srila Prabhupada was born in Calcutta, India, in 1896. He had pure Krishna conscious parents.In 1922, he met his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddanta Sarasvati Thakura, who immediately encouraged Srila Prabhupada to spread the teachings of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu throughout the English-speaking world.Despite numerous obstacles and setbacks, Srila Prabhupada always kept his spiritual master’s order close to his heart.In 1965, at age 69, His Divine Grace left India for America with only 40 rupees.In 1966, he founded the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in New York City and in the decade that followed, he established some 108 temples in major cities around the world.Many thus revere Srila Prabhupada as India’s greatest scholar, philosopher, prophet and cultural ambassador.According to the 1976 Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year, he “astonished academic and literary communities worldwide by writing and publishing 52 books on the ancient Vedic culture… in the period from October 1968 to November 1975”.What Srila Prabhupada achieved in 12 years is unparalleled in all of world history.His Divine Grace now has 10s of thousands of initiated followers of all races and ages.By 1977, in the brief span of 12 years, the International Society had spread to six continents.During that period, Srila Prabhupada circled the globe 14 times – writing, translating, lecturing and personally guiding his disciples all the while.By his instruction and his example, he showed them how to become self-realised and how to place Vedic knowledge within easy reach of every man, woman and child on this planet. To date, 50 years later, Srila Prabhupada’s achievements continue, numbering 650 temples, schools and colleges worldwide, and growing.The Hare Krishna Movement Ladysmith will be celebrating 50 years of the Hare Krishna Movement’s existence on Sunday, December 11, at the Hare Krishna Temple, 19 Azalea Drive, at 9.30am sharp.All are welcome and lunch will be served.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook andTwitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img read more

AFX AeroFest takes off Sunday in Puntarenas province

first_imgRelated posts:Actor Leonardo DiCaprio talks about illegal fishing in Costa Rica’s Cocos Island After three-year hiatus, Blues Festival plays in Guanacaste Health Ministry shuts down Chocolate Festival Flamenco superstars, Soda Stereo tribute, and other happenings around Costa Rica Aerial acrobatics by pilots in an Extra 300 plane, skydiving, helicopter rappelling and other activities are on the agenda at this year’s second-annualAFX AeroFest 2015 on Sunday.Described as one of Costa Rica’s best air shows, the AeroFest takes place at the Aeroclub del Aranjuez in Miramar, Puntarenas, about 100 km northwest of San José, beginning at 7 a.m.Some 20 national and international aeronautic companies will showcase their planes, helicopters and other gear on land for all to see. Álvaro Sánchez/The Tico Times“This show is a guaranteed spectacle,” said Pablo López, founder of Latin American Air Production and marketing manager of Aerotica. “The Extra 300 will be flying throughout the day with extreme acrobatics for aviation fans. Also, this year’s festival wants to facilitate interaction between the public and the planes.”There also will be two shows featuring acrobatic skydiving and other events.The event grounds have a capacity for 12,000 spectators and ample parking is available. Entry is ₡14,000 ($27), and children under 10 are free. Tickets are on sale online at: http://www.specialticket.net. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Tico bullfights and horse shows Tradition or torment

first_imgThe holidays may be over in some places, but in Costa Rica, festival season is just getting started.This time of year, nearly every town holds an annual fiesta cívica with horse parades called topes, carnival rides, greasy Chinese food and corridas – Tico-style bullfights where everyday Juans go up against bulls in the ring sans weapons.But this year’s revelry has been dampened by local media’s heavy coverage of gory injuries — to both humans and animals — and the spread of such stories though social media. Instead of the usual images of delighted carnival-goers, Ticos browsing Facebook and Twitter have been bombarded with gruesome photos of, for example, a dead horse hoofs-up in a tractor loader at the Palmares festival, and videos of an amateur bullfighter taking a horn through the shoulder.Though these type of incidents have always been commonplace at the festivals, the conversation surrounding the annual town fairs has usually revolved around their merits as a cultural tradition and their importance in replenishing municipal coffers.Over the past month, however, the festivals have come under increased scrutiny from politicians, members of animal rights groups, public health agencies and the public — leading some to publicly question their true cost.Thousands injured At the crux of any Costa Rican civic festival are the bullfights. The events resemble a traditional rodeo, but as an added spectacle members of the audience can enter the ring to face down the bulls. These unarmed amateur rodeo clowns, known in Spanish as improvisados, taunt the bulls while trying to avoid being gored. In the bull ring there are no rules, save for one: no one kills the bull.Unsurprisingly, the bullfights almost always lead to injuries. Red Cross workers say they often treat up to 30 people a night at mid-sized festivals. The bullfights at Palmares and Zapote, the two largest festivals, routinely result in hundreds of injuries – and sometimes deaths. According to the Costa Rican Social Security System, or Caja, 65 people were hospitalized during this year’s Zapote festival. Hundreds of others were treated on-site by the Red Cross.Several of these bullfighters required emergency surgeries, and one, Luis Salas, the one who was pierced through the shoulder with a bull’s horns, remains in serious condition at the publicly funded Calderón Guardia Hospital in San José. He’s recovering from artery and nerve damage as well as a punctured lung.The high number of serious injuries this year prompted an outpouring of concern from the medical community.“The impact of the corridas is very serious and has huge implications for the improvisados, their families and the Costa Rican social security system,” wrote Walter Vega, head of surgery at Calderón Guardia Hospital, in an opinion piece published in the daily La Nación. “We can find other types of diversions that don’t create this much pain and suffering for our families.”Injuries are so common during bullfights that Costa Rica’s public health insurance won’t cover bull riders or improvisados. Since 2008 the law has required festival organizers to take out insurance policies for the events’ participants, but the insurance limit is often too low to cover severe injuries, leaving wounded bullfighters to settle their own bills.This was the case with several of the bullfighters at this year’s Zapote Festival. Salas’ injuries alone exceeded Zapote’s per-person insurance limit by more than ₡1.5 million ($2,800), more than three times the average monthly salary in Costa Rica. The bill is likely to increase as Salas’ hospital stay drags on.“In theory the festival organizers are supposed to tell the participants how much their policy [will cover] so they aren’t surprised with a bill when they leave the hospital,” Wven Porras, the chief of risk management at the Costa Rican Social Security System told The Tico Times. “In our experience, [the organizers] generally avoid providing them with this type of information.”In 2013, organizers with the Palmares Festival skirted these regulations altogether. Instead of purchasing the required health insurance, organizers took a gamble and hoped their standard labor insurance would cover bullfighting injuries. Improvisados reportedly signed fake policy sheets before entering the bullring.The alleged fraud came to light after an improvisado, 29-year-old Melvin Valverde, was wounded in the neck by a bull and killed. Valverde’s family never received an insurance payout.It isn’t only health professionals who are showing increased concern. Former President Laura Chinchilla took to Facebook after the Zapote festivals ended to express concern about the high number of injuries. The ex-president noted that the television networks broadcasting the events make lots of money off the backs of injured bullfighters.“Putting aside whatever motivations amateur bullfighters may have for entering the ring, the truth is that they are serving themselves up on a silver platter for the people who really make money on the event,” Chinchilla wrote. Related posts:Bullfighter gored at Zapote festival remains in serious condition PHOTOS: Bulls, beer and injuries at Costa Rica’s annual Zapote festival Costa Rica animal welfare bill gains momentum as horrifying abuse cases circulate on social media Volcanic ash from Turrialba contributes to air pollution in metro area Tope Palmares 2016 dueño lo deja morir para continuar con fiesta asco y repugnancia #costarica #SENASA #… pic.twitter.com/2YNNvHZCT8 (@AL_Ma_M)— @TicoTrafico (@TicoTrafico) January 14, 2016 Animal rights activists have long been opposed to topes and bullfights, and some of their complaints are slowly seeping into the collective Tico consciousness. In 2014, more than 200,000 Costa Ricans signed a popular initiative bill that would ban taurine events. A second bill, drafted by lawmakers and supported by 136 different civil organizations, would put stricter regulations on events using animals.Still, these traditions have many supporters who believe that eliminating the events would be an affront to Costa Rican traditions. They point out that both types of events are sanctioned and monitored by the National Animal Health Service (SENASA).Despite the uproar at Palmares this year, veterinarians and animals health officials working at the tope — the country’s largest — say the event has greatly improved its track record on animal treatment. One vet said the accident that resulted in the horse’s death was erroneously portrayed by social media users who didn’t have all the facts.“I don’t like feeling that all the improvements we have made for the animals in the last five years will go to waste because of one accident,” Juanma Estrada, one of the vets who tried to rescue the dying horse, wrote in an emotional Facebook post after the incident. “Right now, I can tell you that the Palmares Tope probably takes animal treatment more seriously than any other.” Facebook Comments Animal mistreatmentConcerns about the welfare of the animals at the heart of several Tico fiesta traditions also seem to be growing. Social media networks exploded two weeks ago with graphic images of a horse that died on its way to the Palmares horse parade, or tope, which is one of the major attractions of the festival. The horse and its rider had been on their way to the parade when the horse spooked and stumbled into a ditch by the side of the road.The rider emerged from the incident with only minor wounds, but the horse, panicked to escape from its trap, eventually succumbed to injuries and extreme stress. The incident sparked scattered protests around the country, and an online petition to prohibit topes has collected nearly 20,000 signatures as of this writing.SENASA officials also treated 91 horses for injuries at Palmares and seized three horses that were abandoned during the tope. Four other horses were seized before the tope even started, due to poor health.last_img read more

Ambulances unable to carry anyone weighing over 1812kg

first_imgThe state health services have no ambulance capable of carrying a person weighing more than 181.2 kilos, the health ministry said Thursday after it was reported that an ambulance had refused to carry an overweight patient from Larnaca hospital to Nicosia.A statement released on Thursday said the doctor on duty at Larnaca general hospital had asked the ambulance service to carry a morbidly obese patient to Nicosia general hospital where an intensivist would assess his condition.“The patient in question was over 200 kilos and it was impossible to transport him on the ambulance gurney,” the ministry said.According to the specifications, the ambulances can carry a maximum weight of 181.2 kilos, the ministry added.The manufacturer warns that attempting to transport a patient weighing above that could result in him being injured.“The same practice is enforced in most countries abroad,” the ministry said in a statement.It said Greece, and Italy have none, England only two, and the US and Australia four.The ambulance service had recommended bringing the doctor to Larnaca hospital instead but without any further contact a private ambulance was called to transport the man to Nicosia.You May LikeYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoMBA Degrees | Search AdsMBA Programs Online – See For YourselfMBA Degrees | Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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