3 December 2008Both the Government and the rebels in Sudan’s war-ravaged Darfur region bear responsibility for the immense humanitarian challenges there, while the rapid deployment of an enhanced United Nations force in neighbouring Chad is vital for improving the lot of refugees, the top UN relief official said today. “There is plenty of room to criticize the Government of Sudan for continuing human rights violations, for not disarming the militias, for not always facilitating humanitarian relief, or for declaring a ceasefire [and] then almost immediately violating it,” Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs John Holmes told the Security Council in a briefing on his recent visit to both Sudan and Chad.“However the rebel movements have neither declared a cease-fire nor shown great readiness to engage in a political process, and are also not helping relief efforts. They have a lot to answer for, too.”More than five years of fighting between Government forces, allied Janjaweed militia and rebel groups have killed an estimated 300,000 people and driven another 2.7 million from their homes, over 260,000 of them into Chad. A joint UN-African Union mission in Darfur (UNAMID), slated to reach 26,000 personnel but now only 10,500-strong, is being deployed in the region. Mr. Holmes said his discussions overall with the Sudanese authorities, “while frank at times,” took place in a constructive spirit. “We now need to see rapid results on the ground. We are also intensifying our contacts with the rebel movements to persuade them that they too must respect humanitarian personnel and aid efforts,” he added.With the billion-dollar humanitarian operation in Darfur still the largest in the world, he said the critical humanitarian challenges were access and protection of civilians amid the uprooting of a further 315,000 people this year alone and “the dramatic increase” in attacks on humanitarians and their property.As of 30 November, 261 vehicles had been hijacked and 172 compounds broken into. Rebel movements, or those linked to them, appear primarily responsible for the majority of “these terrifying incidents” in rural areas, but many also occur in main towns in Government control.“I call on both the Government security forces and rebel leaders to put a stop to this banditry once and for all,” Mr. Holmes said. “It seriously damages the quality of assistance – just as one example, (UN) World Food Programme rations are still only at 70 per cent because of attacks on their convoys – and it damages the credibility of their promises to ensure our safety.”He added that throughout his trip in Darfur, he was confronted with the pervasive risk of sexual violence. “I met many women who had the courage to speak out,” he said. “It was therefore particularly disturbing that programmes aimed at preventing or responding to this violence are under increased pressure from Government authorities.”Turning to Chad, where 180,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) and 57,000 refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR), as well as 263,000 Darfurians, are receiving humanitarian assistance, Mr. Holmes called for rapid deployment of the enhanced 6,000-strong UN Mission in CAR and Chad (MINURCAT) to replace the 3,000-strong European Union Force (EUFOR).EUFOR is due to leave eastern Chad, which has suffered from internal strife, rebel activity and a spill-over from the Darfur conflict, by March. Mr. Holmes said banditry had worsened and posed a significant threat to IDPs, refugees, aid workers and the local population.But overall, he added, “I left Chad with slightly more optimism about future prospects, including in terms of our efforts to provide life-saving humanitarian aid, than I had expected. However, the risks of rapid deterioration remain high. The international community, and this Council, cannot afford to neglect Chad.”Mr. Holmes also visited southern Sudan where a peace agreement in 2005 ended the north-south civil war that killed at least 2 million people and displaced 4.5 million others. Although the region is no longer a humanitarian emergency as such, it still has some of the worst child and maternal health indicators in the world, with maternal mortality twice as high as in Darfur and one child in seven dying under the age of five.“The good news is that some 12,000 kilometres of roads have been de-mined, 3,000 water points rehabilitated, 2.4 million former IDPs and refugees returned, and primary school enrolment rates have risen dramatically,” he said. “Some of the “peace dividends” hoped for on the signing of the peace agreement have begun to appear. But there is a long way to go.”In oil-rich Abyei in central Sudan, still contested by north and south despite the peace agreement, an estimated 50,000 people fled violence in May. Mr. Holmes stressed that most of the population would not return due to fear of renewed violence without progress on setting up local joint implementation and police units.Asked by reporters afterwards about concerns over the impact of a possible arrest warrant from International Criminal Court (ICC) against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for allegedly committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Darfur, he repeated what he told the Council – that it is in everyone’s interests to ensure the safety of humanitarians and to sustain the relief operation.“I took every opportunity to remind the Government of Sudan of their fundamental responsibilities in this context. For our part we will do everything in our power to maintain our operations to help those in need.”
Huge challenges remain in Darfur and Chad UN aid chief tells Security
Donaldson to build a new filter manufacturing plan in Skarbimierz Poland
Donaldson Company Incorporated (DCI) will be constructing a new filter manufacturing plant in Skarbimierz, Poland to serve the filtration needs of its European and Russian customers. The new plant will be 10,000 m2 with additional capacity for future expansion and will be dedicated to the production of heavy duty air filters for both the on-road and off-road equipment markets. This new Polish plant, expected to open in CY15 is DCIs third manufacturing presence in central and eastern Europe after Klášterec and Kadaň in Czech Republic.Wim Vermeersch, Vice President, Europe, Middle East and Northern Africa said “We are very pleased to add this new, state-of-the-art facility to our extensive manufacturing and distribution base in Europe and have appreciated the ongoing support of the Polish government and local Skarbimierz officials. Based on our Company’s Strategic Growth Plan, this new plant will allow us to further increase our filter manufacturing capacity to meet our projected OEM and Aftermarket Customer demand throughout Europe and Russia.”
Targets for troika review move back onto agenda
With Greece and its lenders seemingly finding common ground on how to conclude the country’s bailout at the end of the year, attention is now due to switch to the conclusion of the latest troika review of the Greek program.The review is currently on hold and the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund are waiting for the government to declare its intentions on several key issues that are still outstanding, such as pension reform and further changes to labour regulations.Government sources told Kathimerini that the coalition is confident it can convince the troika to shelve plans for new changes to the pensions system. “We have a new legal framework that will apply from January 1… what is the point of making hasty interventions now when such changes take decades in other countries?” said a government official.The coalition remains torn over changes to union regulations and measures that would make mass dismissals more straightforward. PASOK is opposed to tinkering with this legislation.There are also several pending issues that relate to the public administration. These include a new wage structure, completing civil servants’ evaluation and meeting the sacking targets agreed with the troika.Source: Kathimerini. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Séisme en Turquie les secouristes saffairent pour retrouver des survivants
Séisme en Turquie : les secouristes s’affairent pour retrouver des survivantsLundi, les équipes d’intervention s’affairaient dans les décombres provoqués par le séisme de magnitude 7,2 qui a frappé le pays hier dans l’après-midi. Le dernier bilan fait état de 217 morts et plus de 1.300 blessés. Comme l’avait prédit l’Institut sismologique turc de Kandilli, le bilan du séisme survenu ne cesse de s’alourdir. Hier, une forte secousse de magnitude 7,2 a en effet secoué la province de Van dans l’est du pays et a été suivi tout au long de la journée d’une vingtaine de répliques. Créant la panique parmi les habitants, les séismes ont provoqué des dégâts considérables dans la région où une quarantaine de bâtiments et maisons, parmi lesquels un orphelinat, se sont effondrés. À lire aussiInternet pourrait être le meilleur système au monde pour détecter les séismesRapidement, les autorités locales ont dépêché des équipes d’intervention qui travaillaient encore d’arrache-pied aujourd’hui pour venir en aide aux sinistrés et tenter de retrouver des survivants. Selon le dernier bilan, 272 personnes auraient trouvé la mort et plus de 1.300 se sont trouvées blessées lors des effondrements. Une situation qui pourrait encore s’aggraver dans les prochaines heures alors que de nombreux habitants étaient toujours ensevelis sous des décombres. Ainsi, les secouristes sont par exemple parvenus à retirer une adolescente de 16 ans, Hilal, des ruines de son appartement à Ercis, la ville de quelque 75.000 habitants, qui a subi le plus de ravages dans la zone sinistrée. C’est d’ailleurs à Ercis et la ville plus au sud de Van qui compte 380.000 habitants, où sont à déplorer la quasi-totalité des victimes, selon les autorités. Un impact d’autant plus important que de nombreux logements ont été construits sans que les normes établies ne soient entièrement respectées, ont averti les sismologues cités par l’AFP. Pourtant, la Turquie est traversée par plusieurs failles, notamment dans l’est et le nord-ouest et connaît de fréquents tremblements de terre. En août et novembre 1999, deux forts séismes dans les régions très peuplées et industrialisées du nord-ouest y avaient fait environ 20.000 morts. Mais le séisme d’hier est le puissant survenu depuis plusieurs années. Découvrez en images les dégâts considérables causés par le violent séisme Le 24 octobre 2011 à 17:35 • Maxime Lambert
Teen boy drowns on Arawak Cay
Related Items:#ArawakCaydrowning, #magneticmedianews, #teenboydrownsinNassau Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 3, 2017 – Nassau – Another drowning in Nassau on Friday and a teen boy is dead. Police say they are investigating the circumstances of the situation where the teenager was swimming in waters on the western tip of Arawak Cay around 4:30pm when he lost consciousness and was brought to the shore where he was pronounced dead.Police say an autopsy will reveal the cause of the teenage boy’s death.#MagneticMediaNews#teenboydrownsinNassau#ArawakCaydrowning
Ronaldo shockingly not in the Ballon dOr award list
The final three for the Ballon d’Or award have been revealed but Cristiano Ronaldo is not anywhere near the list.The Portuguese superstar and Lionel Messi, who is also believed to have been snubbed from the final three, are both absent from the final three for the first time in 11 years.Luka Modric looks set to have a clear run to the Ballon d’Or award to go with his The Best FIFA Award.Joining the Croatia international on the podium are two players from France’s 23 man squad which triumphed at the World Cup in Russia.Tuttosport insists Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane will join Modric on the final shortlist.Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Varane may well be there, Griezmann, Mbappe… I think a Frenchman should win,” the PSG striker told RMC.“There are other players who could win it, but it should be a Frenchman, they have won the World Cup.”“Modric has had a great season, but his team-mate Varane won the Champions League and the World Cup. Modric was a finalist and had a great campaign, but Varane deserves it more.”The order of the final three isn’t a certainty yet but Modric is the favourite for the award after RFI reported that half the votes had been collated by November 9 and the Real Madrid midfielder was on top of that list, Varane the runner-up and Mbappe third.
San Diego law enforcement warns against drunk driving on Fourth of July
Posted: July 3, 2018 FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Local law enforcement agencies urged residents today to avoid drinking and driving over the Fourth of July holiday, when stepped- up patrols will be out in force searching for impaired motorists.The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department said deputies will conduct increased patrols throughout the county on Wednesday, and advised residents that drivers can be arrested for being under the influence of marijuana or prescription drugs, not just alcohol.“There’s no excuse for impaired driving,” Sheriff Bill Gore said. “Have a safe Fourth of July and don’t drink and drive.” The sheriff’s department asked anyone who does drink on the national holiday to have a designated driver or use public transportation. Chula Vista police also planned to deploy additional officers on “DUI saturation patrols.”“Drinking and driving is dangerous, even if you’re ‘just buzzed’ or drug impaired,” according to the Chula Vista Police Department. “When you drive impaired, you risk the lives and safety of those riding with you and around you. You also risk a big hit on your wallet. A first time DUI arrest could cost you up to $10,000 — which includes attorney fees, fines, very high insurance rates, car towing, an alcohol/drug education treatment program and lost time at work, not to mention jail time, years on probation, the loss of your vehicle and driver’s license.“A final statistic to remember: drunk-driving deaths are 100-percent preventable.” San Diego law enforcement warns against drunk driving on Fourth of July holiday Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents KUSI Newsroom July 3, 2018
BSO hosts string of holiday events for Broward students families
DANIA BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – The Broward County Sheriff’s Office held a string of holiday events for the public, this weekend.One event, the 2016 Bytes for Champions Extravaganza, treated 250 students to a party on a yacht, Saturday. The party featured a buffet, DJ and visit from Santa.The Extravaganza continued at Olsen Middle School, where each child received a new tablet and a pair of sneakers, in hopes of putting them on the “path” to excel.BSO also passed out holiday meals to over 200 families. Each box included a ham, sweet potatoes and apple pie.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Marketing Time to Play the Long Game
Take banner ads, for example, which run in rotations with multiple other advertisers on a Web site, effectively emulating the experience of a reader flipping through a magazine. Brilliant! (Stupid!)Convincing to Buy Takes Time, Not BannersFinally, though, CMOs and other marketing execs are cottoning onto the notion that using advertising to grab someone’s attention for a few seconds is probably going to be incompatible to selling products to people whose decision cycles may be measured over a somewhat longer period of time.This is especially true of b-to-b marketing, where customer-buying cycles are often measured in years. So while it may be relatively effective to use a short, punchy message for peddling dishwasher detergent to consumers, trying to do the same with the CTO of a broadcast network who is evaluating which million dollar MPEG-4 Part 2 video codec to purchase is going to be a waste of time and money. What customers like this want from their vendors is not an advertising message, but “information” And as a rule of thumb the amount of information they want increases in proportion to the amount of money they have to spend. And of course, this places the marketer in an entirely new role: that of “educator.”You can see evidence of this trend in the huge upswing in the number of white papers posted by marketers on trade sites, allowing companies to place in-depth educational materials right next to the articles that their customers are reading.And the trend reaches its apex with single-sponsor editorial sites, where the advertiser launches and runs its own Web publication, underwriting the edit content, surrounding it with its white papers and case studies, and positioning itself as the ultimate educator or authority.I’m currently running two such sites for billion dollar companies, and I see such a huge demand for single sponsor edit sites that this month I launched a company that does nothing but build these sites for advertisers. (In a sign of demand we pre-sold six more before we even launched.)Who wins in this new marketing market? Primarily, publishers of original content, who have the content know-how and user databases to quickly roll out edit sites for advertisers.Who loses? That’s easy. In the switch from advertising style to educational substance there won’t be much call for help from the advertising agencies.Stephen Saunders is the Managing Director of DEX (www.dexnation.com), a marketing services company specializing in the creation of online communities targeting any combination of industry, geography, or profession. As the world begins its long slow spin from one decade to the next, the spin (or marketing) industry also is undergoing a marked transformation-from “impact” to “information.” In the 20th century the focus of marketing was on advertising-specifically on making a short, sharp impression. Advertisers’ print creative had to pass the three second test-imparting as much positive information as possible before a potential customer quite literally turned the page.The Internet, of course, is different. And when the World Wide Web happened, everything in marketing *should* have changed. But it didn’t, and I blame the advertising agencies. As anyone who works at an agency will tell you, agency people know “everything.”But when confronted by a new medium, the Internet, about which they knew zilch, those agency types were uncomfortable giving up everything they knew about creating print ads, not to mention the fat fees associated with them, and instead opted to take the print model of advertising, with all it’s flaws, and force fit it onto the Web.
Gov Walker Signs Fuels Tax Increase
Alaska Governor Bill Walker has officially signed off on the state’s first tax increase in a decade.Download Audio:Walker signed the increase into law in a small public gathering on Saturday morning.The law places new taxes on wholesale refined fuel, including gasoline and heating oil but not aviation fuel or fuel used by the Alaska Marine Highway.The tax will fund the state Department of Environmental Conversation’s Spill Prevention and Response division, which cleans up about 2,000 spills of crude oil and refined fuel each year. The division is usually funded by oil revenue, but falling crude prices left it underfunded for the coming fiscal year.The bill passed the House by one vote.
Down On The Farm And At The Gas Pump A Day On
KUT NEWSThe agriculture commissioner focuses on much more than cows and crops.When Texans – mostly farmers and ranchers – sat down to write the state Constitution in the 1800s, they didn’t see the need for an elected agriculture commissioner.That oversight was quickly remedied.Texas’ agriculture, crops and cattle are known across the country and around the world. The state’s “Go Texan” campaign can be seen in grocery stores and TV ads across the state: Why buy vegetables from California, when you can pick from that (noticeably labeled) batch from Texas?But the office does more than sell the product; it also helps farmers and ranchers successfully grow it. “If you’re a farmer or rancher, there’s always some kind of critter trying to get in your business,” says Hugh Brady, the director of UT’s Legislative Lawyering Clinic. “If you raise cotton, it’s boll weevils; if you’ve got cows, its brucellosis. I mean there’s always something threatening agriculture. And so, the office was kind of set up to deal with those things.”The office is also there to make sure farmers and ranchers aren’t overdoing it when it comes to fighting off those pests.“There’s also a regulator aspect to it, which sometimes they’re not quite as happy about,” says Bill Peacock, vice president of research at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “Regulating pesticides and those types of things to make sure, again, there’s an environmental aspect to this office as well.”Those are the old-school, traditional duties of the agriculture commissioner. But the office has taken on new responsibilities over the last decade – starting with efforts to make school lunches healthier.“The largest part of the Ag Department today is its newest, and this is the nutrition part of it,” Peacock says. “A lot of people don’t realize this and this really just came up through the [former] commissioner, Susan Combs. It now is a funnel for a lot of federal money that provides nutrition programs” to students.The office has another regular point of contact with Texans that you may not know about: It’s the state certifier of weights and measures.“They do gas pumps. They do weights in grocery stores,” Peacock says. “Anytime the public is being sold a quantity of something, more than likely the scales and measurements that are being used are certified by the Ag Department.”So, the next time you get a half-pound of cheese or a gallon of gas, you have the agriculture commissioner to thank for making sure you get what you paid for.Here’s more on the office, in an animation from KUT’s Mike Lee: Share
AI Mario listens and learns from voice commands
Mario is one of of the most beloved video game protagonists of all time, but he’s nothing without you at the controls. Fortunately for him, a team of German researchers is building him a brain.The University of Tubingen scientists have also made him a good listener. If you want to give Mario some pointers about the game, you can, thanks to Carnegie Mellon’s Sphinx speech recognition tech. Tell him that jumping on a Goomba will kill it, and he’ll file that tidbit away for later. Even if you didn’t tell him that, he’d eventually figure it out on his own.If Mario goes off exploring (which you can also tell him to do), he’ll run and jump through the level. He can be stopped at any point and asked what he’s learned, and after he happens to bounce off a hapless Goomba while running through one stretch, Mario notes “If I jump on Goomba, maybe it dies.” After it happens a few more times, he becomes as certain as he would be if he’d been told.In addition to amassing knowledge about his surroundings, this Mario can be affected by emotional states — happiness, fear, curiosity, and hunger (which he can satisfy be seeking out coins). AI Mario isn’t powered by A* search; he’s not just zipping through the level along what he’s calculated to be the path on which he’s least likely to die. He’s actually using his brain to explore, learn, and satisfy his emotional needs.The best part about the team’s work? There’s really no way that this self-aware Mario could turn on his creators and bring about the untimely destruction of humankind. That’s always comforting to know when you’re reading about new developments in AI.This is not, of course, the first time a group has injected a bit of AI into a Mario game. Coders have been doing it for years — in fact, a fellow named Markus Persson (Notch) whipped up a neat little game called Infinite Mario almost ten years ago. The AI in that game wasn’t there to make Mario self-aware; as the name implies, it was making sure he never ran out of levels to play.
Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Related Content News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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June 1, 2010 – When computed tomography (CT) results suggest appendicitis, but a patient’s symptoms are inconsistent with the acute condition, physicians should consider a diagnosis of chronic or recurrent appendicitis and surgical treatment, according to a new study published in the online edition and July printed issue of the journal Radiology.“The decision to forego surgery in these patients often results in missed appendicitis, with a possible increased risk of perforation,” said study co-author Emily M. Webb, M.D., assistant professor of clinical radiology at the University of California, San Francisco.Acute appendicitis, which occurs when the appendix — a small, tube-like structure attached to the large intestine — becomes blocked and inflamed, requires prompt surgical removal. Left untreated, an inflamed appendix will eventually perforate, or burst, spilling infectious materials into the abdominal cavity, which can be life-threatening. In the less common chronic and recurrent appendicitis, patients experience milder symptoms that may come and go. According to the National Institutes of Health, appendicitis can affect anyone, but is more common among people 10 to 30 years old. Appendicitis leads to more emergency abdominal surgeries than any other cause.For the study, the researchers reviewed CT reports and medical records of 2,283 patients who underwent CT for suspected appendicitis at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center between 2002 and 2007. Patients in the study included 856 men and 1,427 women between the ages of 18 and 99 years old with a mean age of 46.“We wanted to look at patients with a positive CT scan but atypical clinical symptoms who did not have their appendix immediately removed,” Dr. Webb said.Of the study’s 2,283 patients, 516, or 23 percent, had CT findings that indicated a probable or definite appendicitis. Of those 516 patients, 450 (87 percent) had their appendix surgically removed within four days. Ninety-five percent of those cases were confirmed as acute appendicitis. Forty-nine (10%) of 516 patients had nonsurgical treatment, including antibiotics or percutaneous abscess drainage. An additional four of 516 patients were lost to follow up.Thirteen (three percent) of the 516 patients with positive CT findings did not receive immediate surgical treatment because their symptoms — including a normal appetite, absence of nausea and vomiting, normal white blood cell count and mild or resolving pain — were atypical for acute appendicitis. Of those, five (38 percent) ultimately had their appendix removed after seeking treatment for the same symptoms an average of four months later. Appendicitis was confirmed in all cases.“The results of our study confirm that CT is a good diagnostic tool for appendicitis and that surgeons should be wary of dismissing positive CT findings,” Dr. Webb said. “Prompt treatment of chronic or recurrent appendicitis can prevent patients from developing complications or other future ill effects.”The study’s findings may also help explain the disparity between CT results that indicate appendicitis and patient symptoms that do not.“When the appendix is not completely obstructed, it can result in a milder form of appendicitis that is chronic or recurring,” Dr. Webb said. “But the three forms of appendicitis, acute, chronic and recurrent, are indistinguishable on CT scans. For more information: www.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Mahadevappa Mahesh discusses trends in medical physics at the 2019 AAPM meetingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 4:01Loaded: 4.04%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -4:01 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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complement it are needed The second week of the Indian Super League unlike the opening one didn’t take long to come to life After two drab goalless draws marred the start of the new campaign the second week started off with a cracker Delhi Dynamos came out on top in a five-goal thriller against FC Pune City to set the tone for therest of the week There were goals again in the second game but it was one-way traffic at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Chennai where the home side romped to 3-0 win over NorthEast United The goals however dried up when action moved to Kochi where Kerala Blastersdrew a blank again when former manager Steve Coppell brought his Jamshedpur FC side to the southern state The encounter that ended in frustration for both sides was followed by a humdinger in Mumbai that had plenty of late drama and hint of controversy as Mumbai City FC eked out a battling win over the much-dominant FC Goa The week commenced with ten goals being scored onSunday that saw Bengaluru FC cement their spot at the top of the table with a 4-1 win over high-flying Dynamos shortly after FC Pune City stunned defending champions ATK in their first game back at the Salt Lake stadium As the players enjoy the two-day break after an action-packed week here are the top talking points from Week 2: RampantBengaluru FC lay down early marker Bengaluru FC sit at the top of the ISL table with two wins in their opening two encounters ISL/SportsPics Bengaluru FC’s entry into the ISL was greeted with much fanfare and the Blues have justified every bit of the hype Having blanked last year’s semi-finalists Mumbai City FC in their first game Bengaluru FC were expected to be tested by a Delhi Dynamos side that recorded an impressive away win against FC Pune City But the visitors struggled to live with the home side’s attacking flair all evening concedingfour goals The Dynamos enjoyed greater possession (54 percent) in the game made 88 more passes and had 84 touches extra compared to Bengaluru but Albert Roca’s men were lethal going forward They ended the evening with12 shots on targetcompared to Delhi’s three The Blues who have been playing together for the last three months due to their AFC Cup commitments have certainly profited from itand have looked the sharpest among all the sides in the competition so far Bengaluru FC are the only team with a hundred percent record in the league and sit pretty at the top of the table Even at this early stage the Blues seem to have laid down an early marker Foreign stars step up to the plate The number of foreigners that an ISL teamcould field was reduced from six to five for the ongoing season but in Week 2 the foreign players continued to rule the roost in the ISL Out of the 21 goals that were scored during the week 16 were netted byoverseas players FC Pune City’s Marcelinho scored twice and assisted one to help his team thrash ATK in their own backyard while Raphael Augusto netted once and made another in Chennaiyin FC’s 3-0 thumping of NorthEast United For leaders Bengaluru Erik Paartalu scored a brace while Miku the most expensive foreign player in the league also got on the scoresheet Mumbai City FC also needed their foreign stars Everton and Thiago Santos to fire them past FC Goa while Paulinho Dias and Matias Mirabaje inspired the Dynamos to victory over Pune Kerala-Jamshedpur clash ended goalless and the Blasters’ foreign shot-stopper Paul Rachukba had a big part to play in preventing Blasters from going down at home The Indian players have impressed in patches but the overseas stars have truly led the charge for their respective sides Goalkeepers make the difference The second week of the ISL saw the goalkeepers proving to be decisive factors in the final outcome of the games both in a positiveand negative way The game between Mumbai and Goa was the strongest case of men between the sticks having their a big influence Laxmikant Kattimani who was hailed as the "best Indian goalkeeper" by coach Sergio Lobera ahead of the season made twobig errors that led to Mumbai’s goals The first one was more glaring of the two as Kattimani’s clearancehit onrushing Mumbaistriker Everton Santos to rebound into the net At the other end though Amrinder Singh produced astring of saves tostop a dominant FC Goa from running away with the game For Kerala Rachukba’s efforts helped them keep a second straight clean sheet while Jamshedpur FC’s Subrata Pal matched him save to save to help Jamshedpur FC to another point away from home ATK’s Debjit Majumder though had a relatively erroneous evening in goal as his positioning for two of FC Pune City’s goals in the 4-1 loss was questionable Were FC Goaunlucky to lose at Mumbai FC Goa failed to reproduce their opening-game result despite putting in an impressive performance against Mumbai City FC While goalkeeper Kattimani was largely at fault for both the goals that they conceded the Goans were particularly unhappy about the linesman who disallowed their goal fromCoro in the second half The strike would have been one of the candidates for the goal of the season had it not been ruled out for offside but more importantly it would have pulled The Gaurs level in the game with plenty of time for them to win it Replays showed the linesman was wrong to raise his flag and although FC Goa equalised few minutes after the incident the manner of the goal that exemplified FC Goa’s philosophy would have been the perfect tonic for Lobera’s men to launch a late assault at the Mumbai goal However in the end the Goanswho also rattled the woodwork a couple of times in the game and forced several saves off Mumbai keeper Amrinder had to leave empty handed The general feeling in the FC Goa dressing room and among their several fans in the stands was that The Gaurs deserved to at least get a point from the encounter Would that refereeing decision changed what transpired thereafter Maybe maybe not Mockery of NorthEast United fan grabsattention NorthEast United endured a tough evening at the Marina Arena against Chennaiyin FC as they went down 3-0 to the 2015 champions But it were the incidents in the stands that grabbed all the attention A female fan of the Highlanders was mocked andheckled by a man seemingly aChennaiyin supporter Videos of the incident went viral on social media and the happenings were condemned by fans players and most importantly both the teams involved Mumbai City FC’s fan group also displayed a banner condemning the behaviour a day later during their team’s game against FC Goa The overwhelming support that the visiting fan received prompted quick action against the offenders and Chennai police arrested two city-based youngsters who were involved in the harassment While it is wrong to judge an entire fanbase on one such incident the club the fan groups and every fan that goes to the any stadium to watch the game must accept a responsibility to ensure such incidents don’t take place whichdeflect the limelight away from 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but this is their first meeting at senior international level since the 7-1 rout. playing each other the past four years. He argued that rather than the Buhari-led Government and the security agencies to continue to praise their achievements and present their victories in the media, “She didn’t want to leave any young dog behind, His next court date has yet to be scheduled. Even if you lose track of exactly how much youve eaten over the course of the party, 17 meeting, in one exchange, I mean seriously, he temporarily exempted big steel producers Canada and Mexico — provided they agree to renegotiate a North American trade deal to his satisfaction.
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