The Scissor Sisters will shine the spotlight on type 1 diabetes research when they make an appearance at the ART ANTIQUES LONDON Party in the Park dinner event.Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is proud to have been chosen as the sole charity beneficiary for the June 12 event, which will also see an acoustic set from Jake Shears and Babydaddy.A private performance by global music stars Florence + the Machine will add to the auction items on offer on the night.Other prize highlights will include backstage passes to a Jonathan Ross show, a once in a lifetime, personalised week at The Masters 2013 for two people, and a sensational weeks stay for two people on the Serengeti National Park with a three night privately guided safari with all proceeds helping to support JDRF and their vital research into type 1 diabetes.There will be a drinks reception from 6pm, followed by a private dinner at 8.15pm. Tickets are still available for this exclusive event. Click here to reserve yours!Jennifer Hughes, Senior Fundraiser for JDRF said: “The evening event on Tuesday 12 June is a fantastic chance to combine a glamorous and fun filled evening with a unique opportunity for viewing the many fine art and antiques on offer. We feel honoured to have been chosen to be involved in this year’s ART ANTIQUES LONDON Party in the Park, which is set to be a glittering success, and thanks to Scissor Sisters and the phenomenal auction prize of Florence + the Machine there will be showbiz sparkle to the event as well. I would like to thank ART ANTIQUES LONDON for choosing JDRF as their beneficiary this year and for helping us to raise more money to support vital research to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes.”ART ANTIQUES LONDON is a glamorous art and antiques fair which will be held from June 14-20 this year in a purpose built pavilion opposite the Royal Albert Hall. This provides a dazzling backdrop to one of the most exciting and glamorous art and antiques fairs ever held in London. In a marriage of quality and style, ART ANTIQUES LONDON will bring together 70 leading exhibitors offering a range of the finest works of art from traditional through to modern and contemporary.ART ANTIQUES LONDON was launched in June 2010 to wide acclaim, winning praise, in particular, for its central location, light and airy atmosphere and stylish presentation. It has become a vital yearly meeting place for international dealers, collectors, museum curators and academics. Creating lecture programmes as an integral part of their fairs was an innovation made by the Haughtons and is key to the continuing success of ART ANTIQUES LONDON.ART ANTIQUES LONDON is delighted to be working in 2012 to raise funds for JDRF.
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Women face sexism in the sneaker aisle
That’s because, like most sought-after, limited-edition releases, the Coogi Clyde is only made in men’s sizes. Welsh wears a women’s size 8.5 (men’s size 7). She got the shoe, but in a men’s size 9. Men’s sizes are generally 1.5 to two sizes different than women’s.READ MORE Twitter Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook The moment Kiah Welsh laid eyes on the sleek black leather Puma Coogi Clydes with a knit fabric stripe and 18-karat gold aglets, she knew she had to have them.Welsh was well aware that scoring the first release, limited-edition kicks — a nod to rapper Notorious B.I.G. — would take luck; they were expected to sell quickly and generate lineups at sneaker shops.But this Toronto sneaker collector also knew the chance that she would walk out of the store wearing these new kicks was twice as doubtful simply because she’s a woman.
Supreme Court hears arguments for Gladue Decision
APTN National NewsThe Supreme Court heard two arguments in favor of using the Gladue principles for sentencing.The case revolves around two aboriginal offenders.One got a long sentence for violating his parole conditions and believes the Gladue Decision should have found alternatives to jail time.
President Xi sends greetings to Mahinda
“Ambassador Cheng Xueyuan of China paid a courtesy call where he presented me with the new year greetings of President Xi Jinping,” Rajapaksa tweeted.China continues to maintain a very close relationship with Rajapaksa. (Colombo Gazette) Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent New Year greetings to former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.The greeting was conveyed to Rajapaksa by the Chinese Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Cheng Xueyuan, today.
UN cooperation tops agenda of Annans visit to China Ireland and UK
The Secretary-General will leave this weekend for Beijing, where he is slated to meet with President Hu Jintao and senior government officials, visit an eco-village and HIV/AIDS testing centre, and tour the Chinese peacekeeping training centre at Langfang. China currently provides close to 1,000 military and police personnel to 12 UN peacekeeping operations.A speech and a question and answer session with students of Tsinghua University is also included on his programme in China, as is the opening celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the UN-China partnership.In Ireland, which he visited once before as Secretary-General in 1999, Mr. Annan is expected to meet with President Mary McAleese, the Taoiseach (or Head of Government) Bertie Ahern, Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern and Defence Minister Willie O’Dea.The Secretary-General is also scheduled to address the National Forum on Europe on UN cooperation with the European Union, and will meet with Irish military personnel who have served on UN peacekeeping missions.In the United Kingdom Mr. Annan is supposed to deliver the Tip O’Neill Lecture at the University of Ulster on peace-building before travelling to London, where he will meet with Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Tony Blair, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown and the Secretary of State for International Development Hilary Benn.Mr. Annan is also expected to attend an all-party parliamentary committee meeting and then speak with members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) before returning to New York the week of 18 October.
West Africa declared free of Ebola transmission but UN health agency warns
With more flare-ups expected, WHO underlined that strong surveillance and response systems will be critical in the months to come to prevent additional cases. Since March 2014, the Ebola epidemic has claimed the lives of more than 11,300 people and infected over 28,500. “WHO commends Liberia’s government and people on their effective response to this recent re-emergence of Ebola,” said Dr Alex Gasasira, WHO Representative in Liberia, in a news release. “The rapid cessation of the flare-up is a concrete demonstration of the government’s strengthened capacity to manage disease outbreaks,” he continued. “WHO will continue to support Liberia in its effort to prevent, detect and respond to suspected cases.” Liberia was first declared free of Ebola transmission last May, but the virus was re-introduced twice since then, with the latest flare-up in November. Today’s announcement comes 42 days – two 21-day incubation cycles of the virus – after the last confirmed patient in Liberia tested negative for the disease twice.This date marks the first time since the start of the epidemic two years ago that all three of the hardest-hit countries – Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone – have reported zero cases for at least 42 days. Sierra Leone was declared free of Ebola transmission last 7 November and Guinea on 29 December. “Detecting and breaking every chain of transmission has been a monumental achievement,” said Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. “So much was needed and so much was accomplished by national authorities, heroic health workers, civil society, local and international organizations and generous partners. But our work is not done and vigilance is necessary to prevent new outbreaks.” The health agency has cautioned that the three countries remain at high risk of additional small outbreaks of Ebola, like the most recent one in Liberia. To date, 10 such flare-ups have been identified that were not part of the original outbreak, and are likely the result of the virus persisting in survivors even after recovery. Evidence shows that the virus disappears relatively quickly from survivors, but can remain in the semen of a small number of male survivors for as long as one year, and in rare instances, be transmitted to intimate partners. “We are now at a critical period in the Ebola epidemic as we move from managing cases and patients to managing the residual risk of new infections,” said Dr Bruce Aylward, WHO’s Special Representative for the Ebola Response. “The risk of re-introduction of infection is diminishing as the virus gradually clears from the survivor population, but we still anticipate more flare-ups and must be prepared for them,” he added. “A massive effort is underway to ensure robust prevention, surveillance and response capacity across all three countries by the end of March.” WHO and partners report they are working with the Governments of the West African countries to help ensure that survivors have access to medical and psychosocial care and screening, as well as counselling and education to help them reintegrate into family and community life, reduce stigma and minimize the risk of Ebola virus transmission. Meanwhile, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed WHO’s announcement, commending the national authorities of the affected countries for their leadership and determination, as well as the local communities, which he described as “instrumental in tackling this outbreak.” “The Secretary-General notes that the three affected countries will need to maintain intensive surveillance in order to detect and respond to any new flare-ups of Ebola,” indicated a statement issued by his Spokesperson. Calling upon the international community to continue supporting the affected countries in order to rapidly respond to any future flare-ups, the statement added that the UN will stand firm with the entire region, as they move ahead along the path towards social and economic recovery. The World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim also issued a statement on today’s news, underlining that “Ebola’s scars will not soon fade, especially for survivors and their families, and for the heroic health workers who cared for the infected.” “It’s now time to heed the lessons of this epidemic,” Mr. Kim declared. “The world must prepare for future pandemics now.”
Ohio State mens soccer advances to Sweet 16 after moving past Dayton
OSU junior forward Danny Jensen (9) during a game against Cleveland State on Oct. 21 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU won 1-0. Credit: Christopher Slack / Lantern PhotographerThe Ohio State men’s soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16 in front of a home crowd at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on Sunday afternoon after defeating Dayton 4-3 in penalty kicks following a 1-1 double-overtime draw.“Sweet 16 sounds a lot better than round three,” OSU junior forward Danny Jensen said, referring to the round the Buckeyes are now advancing to. “I just hope we could keep this going whether it’s a trip to California or playing at the Jesse.”The Buckeyes moved to 13-6-3 after the game, while the Flyers ended their season 13-5-5.Jensen and senior goalkeeper Chris Froschauer played the role of hero in Sunday’s match.With the Buckeyes down a point, Jensen scored in the 72nd minute to keep the home team’s hopes and dreams alive.“I was hoping we wouldn’t go down a goal because our record of being down a goal is not very good this year,” OSU coach John Bluem said. “We were able to manage because of a very nice goal by Danny to get back into the game.”The Buckeyes and the Flyers were forced into penalty kicks when the game remained at a 1-1 tie after a pair of overtime periods.Once there, Froschauer led the Scarlet and Gray to the victory with a total of two saves in the five-round penalty kick session.“You get to penalty kicks and you don’t know what’s going to happen,” Bluem said. “But we have a lot of faith and confidence in (Froschauer) that he’s going to come up with a save, and he did.”Despite advancing, the Buckeyes did not play at its best as Dayton took full advantage of OSU’s deficiencies.The Buckeyes and the Flyers battled it out in the first half, but neither team managed to score.The best looks of the half came from the Scarlet and Gray, with several different opportunities.Senior defender Liam Doyle took a penalty kick after freshman forward Abdi Mohamed was fouled in the box during the 6th minute, but Dayton junior goalkeeper Justin Saliba saved his shot.In the 30th minute, sophomore forward Marcus McCrary sent in a shot after Jensen forced a turnover but his ensuing shot was saved.In the second half, the Flyers came close to scoring a goal right out of the gate, but Froschauer came up with a save.However, just five minutes later Dayton senior defender/midfielder Alex Amankwah sent in a header to give the Flyers a 1-0 lead early in the second half.OSU kept a level head despite being down a point.Jensen scored his sixth goal of the season after getting loose with the ball and going into attack mode, sending in a shot from far out and tying the game to keep the Buckeyes’ hopes alive.“Something happened in the middle and fortunately the ball bounced over one of their last defender and I ran out at kind of an awkward angle,” Jensen said describing the goal. “But I actually had it in line because I was the opposition and I took it off my chest, and I knew if I hit a good shot and kept it below the crossbar it would probably go in.”Neither team scored for the rest of the second half, forcing the game to head into the extra sessions.In the second overtime, Dayton came close to scoring, but the ball hit of the crossbar and was cleared safely.Despite the look, both Dayton and OSU did not score, leading the game into penalty kicks with each team’s season hanging in the balance.Bluem said, given the competitive nature of the tournament, he had his team work on penalty kicks in the days leading up to the game in case it came down to that. OSU is no stranger to that situation, as last year it advanced past Akron in the first round of the tournament after a 15-round affair.“We practiced penalty kicks every day for the past week or so and we became a little bit more serious as we got closer and closer to this game,” Bluem said. “The five guys that stepped up today all had very good shots.”In the fifth round of penalty kicks, Froschauer made his second save of the shootout to seal the victory.“It honestly helped that (Dayton) went into (penalty kicks) Thursday night, so we knew where they were going with their first two shooters, but it went the opposite way,” Froschauer said. “From there I just tried to read the shooter more and go from there.”Overall, shots were 17-12 in favor of Dayton, while the Flyers also held a 7-6 lead in corner kicks.Froschauer ended with a total of seven saves against his former team, plus the two key stops in the third and fifth rounds of the penalty kicks.The Buckeyes are set to travel to Palo Alto, California, to take on eighth-seeded Stanford (15-2-2) after the Cardinal defeated Santa Clara 3-1 on Sunday. The third-round matchup is scheduled to take place on either Nov. 28 or Nov. 29. Kickoff time has yet to be announced. Update, Nov. 22, 10:15 p.m – This post has been updated to reflect the outcome of the second-round game between Stanford and Santa Clara.
Former Ohio State coach Joe Daniels dies at the age of 69
Former Ohio State football coach Joe Daniels died early Sunday morning at the age of 69 after years of battling multiple illnesses. Daniels concluded his coaching career at OSU after 39 years in the profession. He joined the OSU staff in 2001 as the quarterback coach and stayed in that role for eight years, until after spring drills in the 2009 season. He later moved into a personnel development position at OSU. “Joe had a positive impact on everyone he met,” OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith said in a press release. “There are hundreds of former and current football players who are blessed because of the relationship they had with Joe. It was an honor to be in his presence and we thank him for what he gave Buckeye Nation while he was a coach and administrator. Our hearts and prayers are with his wife Kathy, son Matt, daughter Kaitlin, daughter-in-law Jenny and the entire Daniels family.” During his coaching career, Daniels helped coach and develop quarterbacks like Dan Marino, Ozzie Newsome and former Buckeye Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith. “The things that stand out to me were Joe’s sense of humor and the way he approached the last five years,” OSU defensive coordinator Jim Heacock said. “He was always upbeat. Everything was always good. He was an amazing man and you won’t find any better quality of person than Joe Daniels.”
Despite the weak pound UK tourists continue to flock to Ireland
17 Comments Pound coins Source: Joe Giddens/PA Wire/PA ImagesThe Irish Tourist Industry Confederation (ITIC) warned that “past experience unhappily demonstrates the impact of currency volatility on demand from the British market,” and said that it has become increasingly important for the Irish tourism industry “to offer enhanced value for money to mitigate against sterling’s weakness.”“Of equal importance is the fact that Britain – as a result of an inverse of the exchange rate swing – is now significantly more attractive to visitors from around the world,” the ITIC said. “Ireland is competitively disadvantaged.”North AmericaOverall, there were more than three million visits to the island from July to September – an additional 290,600 compared to the same time last year.The North American market saw the biggest increase, swelling by almost 16% to 637,500.Visits from the rest of Europe were up 10%, while visits from emerging markets grew by almost 4%.Commenting on today’s figures, Niall Gibbons, chief executive of Tourism Ireland, said that “this was the best ever month of September for Irish tourism”.He singled out the markets in Italy, Spain, France and Belelux for “recording really good growth”.“We are determined to ensure that growth continues,” Gibbons said. “Upcoming promotions … will help to keep this momentum going and deliver further success in 2017 and beyond.”Irish tourism chiefs are targeting 10 million visitors by 2025. According to today’s CSO figures, the island has welcomed almost 7.5 million tourists since January of this year.Written by Conor McMahon and posted on Fora.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Despite the weak pound, UK tourists continue to flock to Ireland Visits from the British market increased by almost 9.5% in the last three months. http://jrnl.ie/3047936 Short URL By Fora Staff 9,416 Views Share7 Tweet Email2 THE NUMBER OF visitors from the UK coming to Ireland was up in the last three months, despite the weakening of the pound.According to new data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), trips to Ireland made by UK residents increased by almost 9.5% from July to September compared to the same three-month period last year.In the three months after the Brexit vote, UK tourists took over 1.1 million trips to Ireland.Visitors from Britain account for more than 40% of all overseas visitors to the island – more than all other European countries combined – which is why the tourism trade here is vulnerable to fluctuations in the pound-euro exchange rate.Britons holidaying abroad were stung this summer as hotels, accommodation and attractions became more expensive due to the sterling’s value drop.However, the effects of the poorer exchange rate may not be reflected in the latest CSO figures as they likely include people who made holiday plans before the Brexit vote.‘Flash crash’The pound experienced a significant decline in July and continued to yo-yo in August and September.It hit a three-year low against the euro earlier this month after prime minister Theresa May said Britain would trigger negotiations to bow out of the European Union by the end of March 2017.The currency also experienced a shock “flash crash” on 7 October, plunging more than 6% in 10 minutes, and has continued to perform badly since then.Those figures will be reflected in the next quarterly travel survey by the CSO. Oct 26th 2016, 7:01 PM Image: Niall Carson/PA Wire/PA Images Take me to Fora Image: Niall Carson/PA Wire/PA Images Get Fora’s NEW daily digest of the morning’s key business news: Wednesday 26 Oct 2016, 7:01 PM
County flu deaths increase to 11 less than the 20172018 season
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two more flu deaths in San Diego County have brought this season’s death toll to 11, county health officials announced today. According to the county’s Health and Human Services Agency, a 74-year-old man died Dec. 31 after contracting influenza B, and a 64-year-old man died Jan. 3 from influenza A complications.The 74-year-old man was vaccinated but the 64-year-old man was not, the county said.Lab-confirmed flu cases in the county total 2,083 through Jan. 5, according to the county’s weekly influenza report. That total represents roughly one-fifth of the 10,335 confirmed casesat this time last flu season. The death toll is lower, too, having reached a total of 91 at this point last season.“It’s not too late in the season to get your flu shot,” said Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public health officer. “Flu activity can last until April or May and the flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and others around you from influenza.”County health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly advise the annual flu vaccination for everyone 6 months and older, especially those with a heightened risk of serious complications, such as pregnant women, people older than 65 and people with chronic conditions.County residents can get vaccinated at doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, community clinics and the county’s public health centers. Residents can also call 211 or visit the county’s immunization program website, sdiz.org, for a list of county locations administering free vaccines. KUSI Newsroom Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter January 9, 2019 Posted: January 9, 2019 County flu deaths increase to 11, less than the 2017-2018 season KUSI Newsroom,
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Go back to the e-newsletter >The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts with its owner partner, Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts have announced the completion of the extensive $40 million renovation of The Palace Hotel. The San Francisco icon features redesigned guestrooms and reimagined public spaces, including the Garden Court.“Entertaining generations of San Francisco’s most innovative social set, from Thomas Edison and Henry Ford to the tech titans of today, The Palace Hotel endures as the city’s most captivating destination,” stated Hoyt H. Harper II, Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts.“A new age of contemporary glamour has debuted at this beloved address, and the renovation of The Palace Hotel reinforces The Luxury Collection brand’s commitment to investing in our landmark hotels and to growing our global portfolio in destinations that our guests are clamouring to explore.”Several grand suites have been introduced to the hotel following the renovation, including the Royal Suite and the State Suite. The Royal Suite spans almost 1,000 square feet with city views from curved windows that hug the corner of the suite’s living room. Architectural details, including an intricately carved marble fireplace, give the suite character and balance the palette of pale blue, plum and ivory textiles and furnishings throughout.Similarly, the State Suite is designed to feel like an elegant San Francisco apartment with natural light that streams through large windows, classically-inspired contemporary furnishings, hardwood floors, lush custom-made area rugs throughout every room and a serene spa-like bath that completes this city retreat.In addition to the introduction of several new specialty suites, the hotel’s Presidential Suite has also been refreshed. The six-room suite wraps around the northwest corner of the hotel’s eighth floor, overlooking Market Street.Go back to the e-newsletter >
Singapore — David Yurman Americas premier jewelr
Singapore — David Yurman, America’s premier jewelry and timepiece designer, has launched David Yurman Eyewear for men and women in Singapore, according to a press release received by Elite Traveler.The Premier Collection, which includes both sun and ophthalmic ranges, is a first for the designer, and will reflect the timeless heritage for which the brand is known, according to the release.With iconic design elements, the eyewear collection incorporates signature sterling silver and 18-karat gold adornments, as well as fine diamonds and semi- precious stones including onyx, topaz, amethyst and citrine.The finest materials have been used in the creation of David Yurman Eyewear. Metal frames feature 18-karat gold and other precious metal plating. David Yurman has created an exclusive color palette of handmade Italian acetate based on signature bold colored stones including black onyx, obsidian, tiger’s eye, garnet, white agate and green tourmaline.The women’s collection expands upon the classic David Yurman design elements such as buckles, cable and precious stones. Each piece is infused with the refined craftsmanship, innovation, and timeless design for which David Yurman is recognized and acclaimed. The groups include Buckle, inspired by the iconic bracelet and adorned with an intricate buckle adding distinction to the accessory; Cable Classics, Cable and Waverly, feature clean, luxurious evolutions of the signature cable design that envelops the frame in sterling silver and 18-karat gold; Mosaic, an extravagant frame offering opulence with large, cushion-cut precious and semi-precious stones; and Albion, frames decorated by a signature cushion-shaped stone and encircled by the David Yurman classic cable design.The men’s collection is equally distinguished. All men’s frames feature world-renowned ZEISS lenses in custom colors and coatings with a selection of sunglasses featuring polarized lenses. The groups range from Phantom, an interpretation of the seamless duality between function and design, featuring titanium flexors, Rubberon® carved rubber and cable texture; Exotics, frames offering a strong, masculine visual with semi-precious stones evocative of the David Yurman aesthetic; and Signature, Shadow and Cable, offering timeless adaptations of the David Yurman signature sterling silver cable, also available in genuine buffalo horn.An exclusive collection of luxury frames for men and women is available in solid gold with pave diamonds. David Yurman has partnered with Legacie, the luxury house of B. Robinson Optical, to produce its first eyewear collection. Both sunglasses and ophthalmics will be available in David Yurman stores, select retail locations and finer optical boutiques.David Yurman is a phenomenon in the world of fine jewelry and timepieces. Established in 1980 and based in New York, David Yurman is today recognized as America’s leading fine jewelry and luxury timepiece brand for men, women and children. David Yurman’s signature gold and silver designs, diamonds, pearls, gemstones, and Swiss-crafted timepieces are renowned for capturing the essence of relaxed American luxury. The collections are sold at David Yurman retail stores and at authorized fine jewelry and timepiece retailers. For more information on David Yurman visit the company website at davidyurman.com. Legacie was founded in 2002 to create an atelier of unique and high-end collections that bring a different level of design and quality to the marketplace.www.davidyurman.com
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the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, tonight. especially if he goes after specific groups of people or adds red ink to government budgets. intended or not, not a single senior executive. has been criminally prosecuted" Warren said "The message to every Wall Street banker is loud and clear: if you break the law you will not go to jail but you might end up with a much bigger pay check” Shelby who had clearly been enjoying watching Warren berate the regulators piped up “People… whoever they are shouldn’t be able to buy their way out of culpability especially when its so strong it defies rationality” he said gesturing at Warren “I agree with her on that” Contact us at editors@timecomDubai: After holding the number one ranking for a month last autumn Dubai Championships second seed Garbine Muguruza remains keen for another taste of life at the top of the WTA Garbine Muguruza in action Getty Images "It is important" the Spaniard said on Tuesday at the Aviation Club "I always have it in my mind to be able to fight for that "It was a great feeling to be there (number one) even though it’s tough I know it’s the hardest one but I’m going to be there try to" The world number three arrived in the emirate after playing the weekend Doha final against Petra Kvitova prior to the Czech’s Dubai pullout due to fatigue after winning 13 straight matches and two titles Wimbledon winner Muguruza said that after reaching the WTA summit her intensity to play for ranking may have tapered off but she keeps the goal at the top of her tennis agenda The WTA top ranking was a revolving door in 2017 with five women holding the spot during the season "When you’re number one you feel like every tournament you play you kind of almost have to win it You have to always maintain a super-high level for everyone you play because everybody’s playing super-relaxed with nothing to lose "You feel a lot of pressure there are a lot of things to control" The 24-year-old added: "You realise a lot of things when you’re there You’re like ‘I’m here I can’t go more up all I can do is go down There’s all these girls that want my spot I have to defend it You have this like alarm all the time’" Muguruza seeded to meet holder Elina Svitolina in the final said she is less stressed by her ranking now that she’s been to the top and back "I’m trying to be a little bit less (intense) Now (today’s) type of game and players it’s going to be a lot of movement I don’t want to be thinking every tournament what are the options for this and for that "Because I was already number one last year it’s less dramatic I always know there’s a chance That’s fine for me" A new report has found that 20% of baby food contains traces of lead a higher amount than what is found in all other foods The Environmental Defense Fund analyzed 11 years of data between 2003 and 2013 from the Food and Drug Administration as part of its Total Diet Study which also found traces of lead in 14% of all other food samples “While we evaluated all types of food collected by FDA we focused on types of baby food because infants are most vulnerable to lead” the report states The analysis found that at least one sample in 52 of the 57 types of baby food had detectable levels of lead Baby food versions of apple and grape juices as well as carrots had more samples with detectable levels of lead than the regular versions according to the report Grape juice most often contained lead with 89% of samples showing detectable levels Fruit juices root vegetables and cookies were found to most often contain lead 86% of sweet potato baby food samples and 43% of carrot samples contained lead respectively Teething biscuits and Arrowroot cookies were also found to contain traces of lead with 64% of the cookie samples testing positive The EDF listed goals and recommendations for manufacturers to reduce the amount of lead in food including testing for lead more regularly and prioritizing limiting lead exposure Contact us at editors@timecomEuropean Union member states will take in 40000 migrants from the Middle East and Africa currently in Italy and Greece according to a leaked plan that emerged Thursday According to a draft communiqué seen by Reuters European leaders will enact a two-year plan for volunteer EU countries to temporarily spread a total of 40000 migrants across multiple nations The final statement will propose creating criteria to determine which countries will participate and how many refugees each will accept The document stops short of creating national quotas for each country The agreement is intended to alleviate pressure on asylum infrastructures in Greece and Italy that are buckling under the record high volume of migration across the Mediterranean Sea At least 153000 people have sought refugee in Europe this year and almost 2000 have died making the dangerous trip [Reuters] See Images of the Mediterranean’s Migrant Crisis A ship belonging to Italian authorities approaches one of three migrant rafts some 120 miles off the Italian coast about 40 miles from Libya on June 6 2015 Giulio Piscitelli Italian authorities are seen during an operation some 120 miles off the Italian coast that rescued more than 100 migrants coming from Libya on June 6 2015 Giulio Piscitelli A boat of migrants that set off from Libya as seen from a ship belonging to Italian authorities during a rescue operation on June 6 2015 Giulio Piscitelli A member of Italy’s Guardia di Finanza brings a migrant aboard after they were rescued from an inflatable boat which originated in Libya and was found some 120 miles off the Italian coast in the Mediterranean on June 6 2015 Giulio Piscitelli Immigrants from Bangladesh on a ship belonging to Italy’s financial police after being rescued some 120 miles off the Italian coast on June 6 2015 Giulio Piscitelli An officer with Italy’s financial police speaks to colleagues on a radio from the command cabin during a migrant rescue operation—which also involved the 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