Abuse of prisoners at Winnipeg remand centre ignored exemployee

first_imgAPTN National NewsThree guards at the Winnipeg remand centre were fired last month after allegedly beating up an inmate.Now there is an internal investigation into how prisoners are being treated while behind bars.APTN National News reporter Ntawnis Piapot caught up with a former remand centre employee who said she raised concerns, but was ignored and faced retribution.last_img

RCMP members deficient in Amber Tuccaro investigation report finds

first_imgPaul Tuccaro, Amber’s brother read from the report.“In effect approximately one month passed without any effort being made at the detachment level to investigate Ms. Tuccaro’s disappearance.”The family has waited four years for a response.“What choice did we have?” asked Paul Tuccaro when asked if it the wait was acceptable.Click here for more on Amber TuccaroIn August of 2012, two years after she went missing, the RCMP’s Project KARE investigators held a news conference and released the cell phone recording of Tuccaro and an unknown male.Between 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tuccaro got into a vehicle driven by the unknown man. While she was in the vehicle someone phoned Tuccaro who was overheard asking the unknown man where they were going.“Where are we by?” says Tuccaro.“We’re just heading south of Beaumont or north of Beaumont.”“You better not take, you better not be taking me anywhere I don’t wanna go. I wanna go into the city. Okay?” she says.She keeps asking him where they are driving to.The man claims they’re going to “East” 50th St.Then Tuccaro appears to ask what they’re driving on and the man says “gravel.”The conversation ends.The call is approximately 17 minutes long.In November of 2017, Paul Tuccaro was the first to testify at the National Inquiry for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls hearings in Edmonton.He spent most of his testimony laying out his complaints about how the RCMP handled the case.The Tuccaro family says they are looking at all legal options available.hmoore@aptn.ca@HollyMooreaptn Holly MooreAPTN NewsA long awaited response to a complaint filed by the family of Amber Tuccaro has found “deficiencies” in the RCMP investigation into her murder.Tuccaro’s family held a news conference in Edmonton Alta., Wednesday to reveal some of the details found in the 120 page report released to them by the RCMP Civilian Review and Complaints Commission.The 20-year-old Mikisew Cree First Nation mother of one was last seen in August 2010 after leaving a Nisku, Alta. motel room. Her skull was found two years later in rural Leduc country, 35 km south of Edmonton.last_img read more

US urges Egypt to implement rights under new constitution

first_imgWashington — The United States Saturday called on Egypt to fully implement the rights guaranteed under its newly approved constitution.Egyptian voters approved the constitution by more than 98 percent in a referendum result that the government hailed as a popular endorsement of the army’s overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.US Secretary of State John Kerry cautioned in a statement, however, that “it’s not one vote that determines a democracy.” He added “it’s what comes next that will shape Egypt’s political, economic and social framework for generations.“As Egypt’s transition proceeds, the United States urges the interim Egyptian government to fully implement those rights and freedoms that are guaranteed in the new constitution for the benefit of the Egyptian people, and to take steps towards reconciliation,” he said.“The brave Egyptians who stood vigil in Tahrir Square did not risk their lives in a revolution to see its historic potential squandered in the transition,” Kerry said, adding that Egyptian leaders must “make difficult compromises and seek a broad consensus on many divisive issues.”last_img read more

Moroccan NGO Tackles Disability Services at World Economic Forum

Rabat – International business, social, and political leaders are gathering May 3 to 5 in Durban, South Africa for the World Economic Forum on Africa 2017, including one Moroccan social entrepreneurship organization.Slaoui Amina, president of the organization Act, Make, Hope (AMH), has participated in one of the symposium’s sessions entitled “Rehabilitation services and products improving the lives of people with disabilities”, discussing the challenges and issues related to people with disabilities in Morocco.AMH is focusing on a variety of projects related to disability assistance, including health issues, social services, and enterprise development. One of the organization’s more ambitious goals is to offer employment services, helping its patients with disabilties in applying for jobs.Slaoui has said that her organization is focusing on fostering independence  to promote the autonomy of individuals and reduce the need of third-party assistance.She went on to add that the second focus of her organization is to make all groups of people within a society feel appreciated, respected, and important. She also spoke about issues of education and employment.The global symposium focuses on several challenging circumstances, including the education crisis in Africa, unemployment issues, and business trade. read more

Big tobacco seizure at Fort Erie bridge

One million dollars worth of contraband tobacco has been seized at the Fort Erie Peace Bridge.Canada Border Services released these photos showing the tobacco in a shipment declared as corrugated boxes destined for a recycling plant.They say they found 132 boxes filled with more than $14,000 kilograms of tobacco. Canada Border Services says this type of shipment is a threat to the security and health of Canadians.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09

New curbs on free expression have surfaced with new technologies – UN

Freedom of expression is essential to dignity, dialogue, democracy and sustainable development,” said UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova, appealing for renewed commitment to support press freedom at the launch of the report in Stockholm earlier today. “We need to act on the ground – to strengthen national legislative frameworks, to train journalists, to build capacity and advance media and information literacy. We must continue to support media independence by promoting professional standards and self-regulation,” she said.The report, World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development, hails the opportunities that new technologies have opened up, empowering individuals through unprecedented ways to access, produce and share media content across multiple platforms.But at the same time, UNESCO warns in a press release, “the increasing control of online content by Internet intermediaries, such as search engines and social media networks, threatens transparency in the free flow of information and raises concerns about the “privatization of censorship.” According to the report, journalists and online media actors face new threats related to their safety in the digital sphere. With a special focus on global media and the gender dimensions of press freedom, the study was spearheaded by UNESCO, in partnership with an advisory group of 27 international experts from civil society and academia and with the support of the Government of Sweden. It analyses trends in media freedom worldwide since 2007 from four angles: freedom, pluralism, independence and the safety of journalists.The report reveals that despite the continued economic dominance of a handful of companies in both traditional and online media, the vast expansion of information sources and platforms has positively impacted media pluralism. Nonetheless, press freedom “lost momentum in some regions that have experienced political transitions,” and the laws meant to protect it have not always been effectively implemented, UNESCO warns, adding that “direct and self-censorship remain challenges to journalists worldwide.”Furthermore, while new business models have facilitated the emergence of independent reporters, for example through non-profit investigative journalistic organizations, the report denounces that “State or public advertising continue to affect independent reporting.”The study applauds the growing awareness of the importance of journalists’ safety throughout the world since 2007, due in large part to the implementation of the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity. However, the number of journalist killings has continued to rise. According to UNESCO’s data, 430 journalists were killed between 2007 and 2012, including 23 women, who face rising forms of intimidation and abuse, including sexual assault. Although conflict zones remain the most dangerous places for journalists, between 2007 and 2011 more were killed outside of these areas, and impunity for these crimes remains the norm, the report notes. read more

Security Council UN officials welcome signing of Central African Republic ceasefire

The agreement was signed yesterday in Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of Congo, at the end of a three-day forum that brought together heads of State, including CAR’s interim president Catherine Samba-Panza, representatives of civil society organizations, political parties and armed groups, as well as refugees.In a press statement welcoming the agreement, members of the Security Council called on all parties to immediately and fully implement the pact. “The members of the Security Council underlined that this agreement is a first step in a wider political process in the Central African Republic of ensuring durable peace, respect for human rights, protection of civilians and the rule of law,” said the statement.The Secretary-General’s Special Representatives for Central Africa, Abdoulaye Bathily, and for CAR, Babacar Gaye, saluted the spirit that prevailed at the Brazzaville forum. “There is still a long way to go, but I’m convinced that the determination that has been shown during this forum and that has allowed us to make progress will lead us to our objective,” Mr. Bathily, who heads the UN Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA), said in a news release.The envoys said that the next steps of this process now need to take place in CAR with local consultations and a forum on national reconciliation and reconstruction in the capital, Bangui.CAR has been embroiled in fighting fuelled by inter-communal retaliatory attacks between anti-balaka and Séléka rebels, after the latter were ousted from power in January 2014. An estimated 2.2 million people are in need of humanitarian aid as a result.In a related development, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Diane Corner of the United Kingdom as his Deputy Special Representative in CAR. Ms. Corner, who will also serve as the deputy head of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in CAR (MINUSCA), which will deploy in September, is currently the British Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Congo. She succeeds Lawrence Wohlers of the United States. “The Secretary-General is grateful to Mr. Wohlers for his dedicated service and political engagement during a critical time of transition and start-up of the peacekeeping operation,” said UN spokesperson Farhan Haq. read more

DR Congo security forces used excessive force against protesters UN probe finds

MONUSCO chief Maman Sidikou urged Congolese authorities to conduct prompt, thorough, independent, credible and impartial investigations into the very serious human rights violations documented in the report.Widespread impunityMr. Sidikou raised deep concerns about the widespread impunity that prevails in the country, highlighting the findings of another UN report released today which reveals that a very low number of State agents, especially senior officers, and leaders and combatants of armed groups, are prosecuted and convicted in the DRC for human rights violations. “While there has been progress, and some 447 FARDC soldiers and 155 PNC officers have been convicted in relation to human rights violations committed between January 2014 and March 2016, widespread impunity continues,” Mr. Sidikou said. “Strong political will is needed to ensure justice and reparation to all victims of serious violations. This is particularly crucial in this volatile pre-electoral context,” he continued, adding that effective justice is a major deterrent for future violations of human rights and the “cornerstone” for peace and stability.The report on accountability cites the fragile legal framework and the lack of judicial independence and resources as major challenges to the prosecution of perpetrators. In light of the growing number of human rights violations committed by police officers, particularly in the pre-electoral context, the report calls on the Congolese authorities to urgently develop and implement a strategy to prosecute the perpetrators, and to send a clear “zero tolerance” message to end human rights violations by State agents. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein expressed deep concern at the mounting number of very serious human rights violations by State security officers in recent months. He urged the authorities to prioritise justice and accountability for serious human rights violations and remedy for the victims.“Impunity for serious human rights violations – including the shooting, hacking and mass arrests of protestors – has been a chronic problem in the DRC for decades now,” Mr. Zeid said.“This is clearly outrageous and serves to fuel an already explosive situation in the country. While the rate of prosecutions appears to be rising, new violations continue to be perpetrated with alarming frequency,” he added, urging the Government to urgently take measures to defuse the tensions in the country, particularly by freeing all those detained for exercising their rights to peaceful assembly, association and expression. The probe, carried out by the Joint Human Rights Office of the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) documented 422 victims of human rights violations, including of the right to life, to physical integrity, to the liberty and security of the person, peaceful assembly and expression, according to a news release from the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).The figures do not reflect the full extent of the violations, as the UN teams were denied access to official records of some morgues and public hospitals as well as various detention facilities, including two key facilities where many of those arrested and many dead bodies were reportedly taken. Investigations are ongoing.Of the 53 people documented killed, including seven women and two children, at least 48 were killed by State agents, including the National Police (PNC) and soldiers of the Garde Républicaine (GR) and the National armed forces (FARDC). Perpetrators were not identified in the killing of four police officers and one woman. The vast majority of the victims – 38 of them – were shot dead, according to the preliminary investigation. Many of them were shot in the head, chest and back, including a five-year-old girl who was shot in the back, the report states. Others died after being burned, stabbed, beaten or attacked with machetes. Of the 143 documented as injured, 75 were victims of the excessive use of force by State agents while 68 were injured by unknown perpetrators. The report documents the harassment, arbitrary arrest and detention of local and international journalists, as well as the destruction and looting of the premises of eight political parties. The report also documents reports of violence by demonstrators. Of the four police officers killed, three were beaten to death and one burned alive. Special Representative and head of the UN Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) Maman Sidikou (centre) greeting children of Oicha, North Kivu. Photo: MONUSCO/Abel Kavanagh read more

Fact Android has a battery problem

Of the many incredible things I saw at Google I/O this week, one of the most notable was the sheer volume of people in attendance. From around the world, developers for Google’s products were gathered to share knowledge, rub elbows with Googlers, and get a preview of the future of the products they work on. I couldn’t help but notice, however, that there was something of an elephant in the room. Only, this elephant looked more like a large green Bugdroid with microUSB cables sticking out all over (see image above if you have no idea what this means). Yes, Google knows that Android has some battery issues.These charging stations were everywhere. There were easily 25 of them throughout the Moscone West this week, and they were almost constantly in use throughout the day. Some attendees, trusting though they may be, would leave their phone at the station and go attend a session. Others were less trusting, and carried some kind of battery backup around.AdChoices广告As for those battery recharging devices, check out the image above. That’s just a sample of the ones I saw, some going as high as 40,000 maH batteries inside and with half a dozen USB ports on them for multiple devices. For most, it wasn’t even an inconvenience anymore, it was just something they did because it was necessary. Is this the drawback of “removable battery” systems? I ask because the Motorola Xoom gets great battery life, and so does the new Galaxy Tab 10.1. Whatever the answer, I for one hope Google figures it out soon, or I’m going to ask for one of those charging stations in my house. read more

Average price of property at each stop on DART and Luas lines

first_img http://jrnl.ie/3122752 By Garreth MacNamee Dec 7th 2016, 6:10 AM Share53 Tweet Email3 LUAS Green Line ExtensionWestmoreland – €479kTrinity – €479kDawson – €479kPhibsborough – €378kGrangegorman- €376kLUAS Red LineSpencer Dock – €663kMayor Square – NCI – €542kGeorge’s Dock – €464kThe Point – €425kJervis – €414k 19 Comments SANDYMOUNT IN SOUTH Dublin has been revealed as the most expensive place to buy a home on the DART line.A report by property website Daft.ie showed how the average price of a house in that particular suburb was €788,000 beating competition from Dalkey and Sydney Parade which both came in at €716,000.Sandycove & Glasthule completed the top four setting you back €705,000.Meanwhile, on the Luas, homes close to Cowper on the green line command the highest averages asking prices standing at €679,000. Those living in the city centre near the Spencer Dock stop are paying an average of €663,000.Three bed semiThe figures shown are average asking prices for three bed semi-detached properties. The sample of nearly 7,000 homes comes from the period between January and November 2016.Martin Clancy from Daft.ie said: “Convenience and affordability are two key concerns for pretty much everyone who lives and works in Dublin. This map gives a great overview of property prices across the capital and is a fantastic visual reference for anyone who is considering buying or selling close to the Luas or DART.”Below is a breakdown of the public transport housing price list: Most expensive (All Stations)Sandymount – €788kDalkey – €716kSydney Parade – €716kSandycove and Glasthule – €705kCowper – €679kLUAS Green LineCowper – €679kCharlemont – €628kBeechwood – €626kRanelagh – €623kCarrickmines – €610k Wednesday 7 Dec 2016, 6:10 AM Image: Niall Carson Average price of property at each stop on DART and Luas lines revealed The average three bed semi-detached home in Sandymount will set you back over €750,000. 25,195 Views Image: Niall Carson Price map for the greater Dublin areaRonan Lyons, economist and author of the Daft report, said: “The figures in this infographic highlight the value of rail infrastructure, with prices for properties closer to stations above those for comparable properties elsewhere.For policymakers, the fundamental question remains how best to link upswing in properties, like those seen around the cross-city Luas, and the money invested in rail. A good property tax system can make that connection.Journal Media Ltd has some shareholders in common with shareholders in Daft.ie.Read: Here’s what’s going to be happening in Dublin to celebrate the New Year >Read: People who shave, wax or trim their pubic hair are at a higher risk of catching an STI Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Chez les abeilles comme chez lhomme les hormones influent sur la personnalité

first_imgChez les abeilles, comme chez l’homme, les hormones influent sur la personnalitéPubliant leur étude dans Science, des chercheurs américains ont montré que dans le cerveau des abeilles, tout comme dans celui des vertébrés, l’action de certaines molécules secrétées par l’organisme influe sur le comportement individuel, rendant ainsi les abeilles exploratrices plus intrépides que les butineuses.Ouvrières, butineuses, exploratrices… : dans la société des abeilles, chacune a un rôle prédéfini, pense-t-on communément. Erreur ! Selon une équipe de chercheurs de l’Université de l’Illinois dirigée par Gene Robinson, il existe, dans une certaine mesure, des différences entre individus au sein de la ruche, prédisposant certains à devenir des exploratrices, chargées notamment de repérer les sources de nourriture.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Un fait qui s’exprime surtout au moment où, dans une ruche surpeuplée, une partie de la population va chercher un nouveau site pour s’installer. Dans l’essaim ainsi formé, les chercheurs ont observé que 5% des abeilles étaient particulièrement aventureuses et pleines d’initiative dans cette recherche d’habitat, et conservaient ce ‘trait de caractère’ même une fois l’essaim installé dans une nouvelle ruche. Celles-ci avaient 3,4 fois plus de chance de rester des exploratrices (éclaireuses repérant les sources alimentaires) que les autres individus, qui auront plutôt un rôle de butineuses.En cause : les mêmes molécules qui influent sur la personnalité des vertébrés, molécules agissant sur le cerveau et dont les chercheurs ont détecté (génétiquement) la fabrication dans l’organisme des abeilles exploratrices. Ils ont ainsi pu confirmer expérimentalement les effets : l’adrénaline, la noradrénaline et la dopamine, bien connues des amateurs de sports extrêmes, et le glutamate, un neurotransmetteur excitateur. Exposée à de la noradrénaline, une butineuse voit ses chances de devenir exploratrice augmenter de 37%, et de 73% avec du glutamate ! Des résultats qui montrent l’importance des hormones dans la personnalité des abeilles… Le 17 mars 2012 à 15:13 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Chargers knock off Seahawks 3021

first_imgSAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers didn’t need a 12th man against the Seattle Seahawks.The blazing sun sure helped, especially when the temperature on the field at kickoff reached 120 degrees.“Heat was a big issue — that’s the first time it’s ever happened to me,” safety Earl Thomas said after the Seahawks lost 30-21.Seattle’s vaunted defense was on the field most of the game, unable to stop the Chargers. At one point, Thomas received an IV.“You have to fight through it, next man up and try to get out there as quickly as possible,” he said.The Chargers used an old, familiar combo — Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates — to upset the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks.Gates had three touchdown catches, including a spectacular, one-handed grab, and the Chargers controlled the tempo to keep Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch off the field to beat the Seahawks 30-21 victory Sunday.The 34-year-old Gates scored on catches of 8, 8 and 21 yards.The 21-yarder was epic, as the star tight end split two defenders and extended for Rivers’ pass, reaching out with his left hand to gather it in. Flat on his back in the end zone, he held up the ball to show the referee he’d made the catch that gave San Diego a 27-14 lead late in the third quarter.The three touchdown receptions tied Gates’ career high. Rivers was 28 of 37 for 284 yards.Seattle was efficient when it had the ball, but it just didn’t have it enough as the Chargers dominated time of possession on a steamy afternoon at Qualcomm Stadium.last_img read more

1 arrested in relation to violent NE MiamiDade clinic robbery

first_imgNORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A woman has been arrested in connection to the violent robbery of a Northeast Miami-Dade medical clinic.Ladonna Florence, 28, is behind bars without bond, Wednesday. She faces charges of robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.Police said, on Feb. 10, Florence scoped out the clinic, hours before three men barged in with guns drawn, beat up some patients and left with thousands of dollars.Police are still searching for two of the men involved.If you have any information on the other two subjects involved, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS or Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Time Warner CEO We Can Grow Time Inc

first_imgOverall revenues for the company for full-year 2007 rose six percent over 2006 to $46.5 billion. That increase came primarily from better performance out of the cable, film and network segments. The publishing group remained flat at $4.95 billion, leading to essentially the only comment of the call regarding this group: “Time Inc. is the one business we’ve seen ad softness due to the overall economic environment,” said CFO John Martin. “This somewhat limits our vision into the rest of the year. But we expect to focus on key titles, driving digital initiatives and controlling costs.” Industry observers have told FOLIO: they expect Bewkes to make “serious moves” at the company within the first 10 months of his tenure as chief executive. Bewkes, the company’s former COO, was named CEO late last year, taking over for former Time Warner chief Dick Parsons on January 1.Check FOLIOmag.com throughout the day for updates to this story. During a conference call this morning, newly-installed Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes confirmed that the company may sell its struggling AOL business and spin off more of its cable unit, but downplayed speculation of a sale of its Time Inc. publishing division.”We’re good at publishing. We’re a leader in the industry. It’s a good business we think. As it expands out beyond print into digital we think it can turn into a growth business,” Bewkes said, adding that keeping Time Inc. intact “depend[s] on our being able to demonstrate that to ourselves and our investors.”Shares of Time Warner were up nearly five percent Wednesday morning.last_img read more

King Pie visits Victory Haven

first_imgThe little ones at Victory Haven were pleased to have visitors from King Pie today (September 25).They were treated to some face painting before Mr King Pie came to dance and play with them.It was laughter galore, followed by delight when Mr King Pie gave them all sweets.The children then tucked into a tasty lunch provided by their kind and generous visitors. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite 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 and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

SQ redesigning lounge experience

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T. Singapore Airlines (SQ) has announced plans to rejuvenate all its airports lounges over the next five years, beginning with Sydney Airport from mid-2013. Interior design firm ONG&ONG has been selected to complete the renovations, with SQ customers to be involved in the concept and evaluation processes.SQ senior vice president product & services Tan Pee Teck said that many of the airlines customers feel at home as soon as they board a Singapore Airlines flight.“We hope to replicate that ‘home away from home’ experience in our lounges, along with the warm Asian hospitality that Singapore Airlines is renowned for,” Mr Pee Teck said. “Apart from providing customers with an inviting and exclusive contemporary space, the next generation of SilverKris Lounges will meet the changing needs and expectations of both business and leisure travellers and better integrate the ground and air travel experience.”ONG&ONG’s Experience Design studio OX:D will carry out the project after conducting extensive research into the customer experience.“The heart of Experience Design (OX:D) at ONG&ONG is deeply rooted in creating a meaningful experience based on the needs of the user,” OX:D director Mr Ken Yuktasevi said.“Being selected as a local designer for this project is a privilege and honour, and we look forward to working with Singapore Airlines to create a memorable travel experience for their customers.”Singapore Airlines has 15 SilverKris Lounges in airports around the world and has invested more than $20 million into developing its lounge experience over the next five years. SilverKris Loungelast_img read more

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