Showing posts with label news. Show all posts
Showing posts with label news. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Shock in France as a Naked baby found living in car boot

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Shock in France as a Naked baby found living in car boot

A picture taken on October 28, 2013 in Terrasson, central France, shows the garage where a child was found by mechanics in the truck of a car three days before

Terrasson (France) (AFP) - France was shocked Monday after the discovery of an underfed and dehydrated baby girl who had been forced to live hidden in a car boot, possibly since birth.

The little girl, aged between 15 and 23 months, was found by mechanics on Friday when her mother brought the car to a garage in Terrasson, in central France.

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Michelle Monique Reis

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Michelle Monique Reis

(Chinese: 李嘉欣; pinyin: Lǐ Jiāxīn; born 20 June 1970) is a Hong Kong actress.


Michelle Monique Reis
Reis was born in Macau which was then a Portuguese colony. Reis is of mixed ancestry as her father is Portuguese and her mother is Chinese. So, she can be considered as a macanese. Reis attended Maryknoll Convent School, and matriculated from St. Paul's Secondary School.
Reis started modelling at the age of 14. She first came to fame when she won the 1988 Miss Hong Kong Pageant at the age of 18. Reis was also the first Miss Chinese International in the same year. Following her Miss Chinese International crowning, she went on to participate in the Miss World 1988 pageant, where she promoted the image of Hong Kong. She was then supposed to compete in the Miss Universe 1989 pageant but withdrew due to health problems.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

H5N1 Case Found in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong women diagnosed with H5N1,which is disappeared 7 years (Economic Daily News) November 18, 2010 Thursday 06:00

Economic Daily News Bulletin in Hong Kong for 7 years extinct avian flu H5N1, a 59-year-old woman returning from the Mainland after the beginning of fever, cough and other symptoms, yesterday confirmed H5N1, in serious cases, pneumonia, last night by the transferred to the Intensive Care Unit Princess Margaret Hospital, Tuen Mun Hospital.

Government level for avian influenza has increased the alert seriously, experts say that is a greater chance of imported cases, yet the crisis is person to person, urged the public to pay attention to Gerenweisheng.

59-year-old woman diagnosed with H5N1, October 23 this year and 60-year-old husband and daughter to the free exercise of form to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing, during his stay in Shanghai, had been admitted to the family's home, during which went to local markets and eating chicken , but no contact with live poultry or to the farm.
Women's 1 November with her husband and daughter returned the next day runny nose, the situation continued to deteriorate, during which music was set to Tuen Mun Yan Oi Market, November 5 developed fever, cough and sputum with blood, to 12 to Tuen Mun Hospital for treatment, had check-ups, get the medicine to go home after the observation, but the situation was no better, had consulted a private doctor, at 14, admitted to Tuen Mun Hospital.

No contact with live poultry infected family members did not

Department of Health and University of Hong Kong laboratory for testing samples of its throat secretions, yesterday confirmed she was infected with H5N1 virus, the hospital has prescribed Relenza and Tamiflu.

The patient's husband had runny nose, and cough with phlegm symptoms, but has recovered, the remaining family members, contacts, Tuen Mun Hospital the same room five patients have to do the test, no symptoms, the authorities will closely monitor their situation.FEHD staff had last been cleaned to the Yan Oi Market patients, but the daily live chicken markets clear policy, it failed to collect samples for testing in the market.

Secretary for Food and Health York Chow said Hong Kong has risen to serious levels of avian influenza, but no transmission of the crisis that temporarily, the Mainland, Hong Kong and to the land of the patients had the same risk of infection, it will notify the relevant Mainland authorities and the WHO.Because the patients developed symptoms after returning to Hong Kong, it is considered to be a greater chance of imported cases, but not rule out a local infection, as to whether gene variants of the virus, still needs further testing.

Controller, Centre for Health Protection explained, H5N1 incubation period of two weeks, more than a week the disease, the patient most of the time the week before onset of the mainland, only a small part-time in Hong Kong.

Yuen Kwok-yung: Travel all be concerned about the move

Dr Chow said that it will strengthen the monitoring of importation of chickens to Hong Kong, including strengthening the random entry of chickens from the Man Kam To monitor the situation of dead birds to remind the public not to contact with live poultry, port, the current test measures the body temperature is sufficient, will be held today across departmental meeting to discuss.

Hong Kong University microbiology department, said Yuen Kwok-yung, a case is difficult to ascertain the risk, the most important thing is how to trace the infected patient: 'Even the tourist is caught, of course, is worthy of attention!Particularly H5N1, mortality rate as high as 60%! 'He said the winter, a higher chance of an outbreak of bird flu: 'November the case began in March next year, the general temperature below 20 degrees, the case will increase.'

But he believes that our risk of infection is still low, especially at Nissin market policies have been implemented, mainly in poultry with H9N2 avian influenza virus the body is also reduced: 'nearly one can not be found.'

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Prince William engaged

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Prince William engaged

Prince William and girlfriend Kate Middleton are engaged to be married, UK officials said Tuesday.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Male 12 years were 4.25 million compensation for wrongful imprisonment

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(The Canadian Press in Toronto 21 e) the Ontario government announced Thursday, a man wrongfully sent to prison for 12 years, will be 4.25 million compensation, he was murdered niece miscarriage of justice, partly to blame pathologist Dr Smith (Dr . Charles Smith) is not the correct conclusion.
Mullins - Johnson (William Mullins-Johnson) accused of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario (Sault Ste. Marie) home killing 4-year-old pro-niece, 1994 conviction. Sitting here for 12 years unjust imprisonment.
Smith determined the girl had been sodomized and strangled, but several experts was that there was no evidence to support his conclusions. In fact, they found she was Ziransiwang.
Ontario's chief coroner in 2005 ordered a review of Smith's 44 autopsy cases do, of which 13 led to criminal prosecution and conviction. 2 years later, a report said 20 cases of serious error.
Mullins - Johnson, 40, and he and several other people were wrongly accused of murder of children, also in accordance with Smith the wrong evidence. Smith, a pediatric forensic pathology, once regarded as the authority of their areas of expertise.
In 2007, the Ontario Court of Appeal cleared Mullins - Johnson's offense.
Bentley, Ontario Minister of Justice (Chris Bentley) said: "Mullins - Johnson suffered the pain and suffering, and the province of Ontario are very sorry for the people."
Bentley said that, regardless of how much compensation money can not compensate for or eliminate the suffering and hurt over the years.
Solicitor Robbins (David Robins) said on Thursday that Mullins - Johnson was pleased the case finally ended.
But Conservative commentator Charles Dresser (Ted Chudleigh) that should not be so long to let him get compensation. ?
New Democratic Party also said Smith's other victims, the provincial government should be promptly compensated. Smith Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto during the autopsy in more than 1,000 children.
New Democratic Party leader Haworth (Andrea Horwath), said: "A lot of people are still waiting for the injured, they are the victims of Smith, they also look forward to closing, to deal with their compensation."

Thursday, October 07, 2010

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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

BBC News

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BBC News - powered by Google

BBC News is the department of the BBC  responsible for the gathering and broadcasting of news and current affairs. The department is the world's largest broadcast news organisation and generates about 120 hours of radio and television output each day, as well as online news coverage.  The service maintains 44 foreign news bureaux and has correspondents in almost all the world's 240 countries. Since 2004 the Director of BBC News has been Helen Boaden.

The department's annual budget is £350 million; there are 3,500 members of staff, 2,000 of whom are journalists. Through the BBC English Regions BBC News has regional centres across England as well as national news centres in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. All regions and nations produce their own local news programmes and other current affairs and sport programmes.

Radio and television operations are broadcast from BBC Television Centre in West London though are set to move to brand new facilities in the newly extended and refurbished Broadcasting House in Central London in 2012. Television Centre houses all domestic, global and online news divisions within one main newsroom. Parliamentary coverage is produced and broadcast from studios in Millbank in London.
Criticism of the BBC in the United Kingdom has generally taken the form of accusations of political bias from across the political spectrum, although the BBC is a quasi-autonomous corporation authorised by Royal Charter, making it formally independent of government. Internationally the BBC has been banned from reporting from within some countries who accuse the corporation of working to destabilise their Governments.

In 2005 BBC News celebrated 50 years of news broadcasts. BBC News journalists, cameramen and programmes have won awards over the year for reporting, particularly from the Royal Television Society.

The BBC founded the BBC College of Journalism in 2005 as a part of the BBC Academy, following recommendations made after the Hutton Report.

Friday, October 01, 2010

CBC News Alerts - David Johnston takes oath as GG

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David Johnston takes oath as GG
David Johnston has officially been sworn in as Canada's 28th Governor General in a ceremony on Parliament Hill

CBC News Alerts - Harshbarger found not guilty in shooting death of husband

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Harshbarger found not guilty in shooting death of husband
U.S. hunter Mary Beth Harshbarger has been found not guilty of criminal negligence causing death in the 2006 shooting of her husband in central Newfoundland. The Pennsylvania woman has always claimed she mistook her husband Mark for a bear.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

CBC News Alerts - Flaherty scales back EI premium increase

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Flaherty scales back EI premium increase
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says he will increase employment insurance premiums in January, but not to the level recommended by an independent panel.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

CBC News Alerts - 3 arrested in $12.5M Toronto lottery fraud

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3 arrested in $12.5M Toronto lottery fraud
The Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the victim of a $12.5-million lottery fraud that dates from December 2003, and said they have arrested three Greater Toronto Area residents in connection with the case.

CBC News Alerts - Ont. court strikes down anti-prostitution laws

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Ont. court strikes down anti-prostitution laws
An Ontario Superior Court judge on Tuesday struck down some key provisions in Canada's anti-prostitution laws.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

CBC News Alerts - Mexican landslide buries hundreds of homes

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Mexican landslide buries hundreds of homes
Hundreds are feared dead after a landslide buried about 300 homes in the western Mexican state of Oaxaca early Tuesday, local officals say.

CBC News Alerts - PCs win N.B. election: CBC projects

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PCs win N.B. election: CBC projects
The Progressive Conservatives will form a majority government in New Brunswick, CBC News projects.

CBC News Alerts - Building collapses in Montreal

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Building collapses in Montreal
Emergency crews are on the scene of a building collapse on Sherbrooke Street in Montreal. At least one man is trapped in the debris.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

CBC News Alerts - 3 people confirmed dead in Alberta plane crash

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3 people confirmed dead in Alberta plane crash
Three people were killed in a small plane crash near Sundre, about 130 kilometres northwest of Calgary, police confirmed.

CBC News Alerts - Fatalities in small plane crash in Alberta: RCMP

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Fatalities in small plane crash in Alberta: RCMP
RCMP say multiple people have been killed in a small plane crash north of Sundre, Alta., on Friday afternoon.

CBC News Alerts - PM confirms military aid for N.L. Igor victims

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PM confirms military aid for N.L. Igor victims

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has confirmed that military resources are about to be deployed to help Newfoundland communities ravaged by Hurricane Igor. Department of National Defence officials had earlier confirmed three ships full of supplies were being readied.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

CBC News Alerts - Gun registry survives Commons vote

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Gun registry survives Commons vote
MPs have voted 153-151 to save the gun registry, with enough New Democrat MPs voting with the Liberals and Bloc Québécois to scrap a Conservative private member's bill aimed at killing the 15-year-old federal program.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

CBC News Alerts - Hurricane Igor washes man to sea in N.L.: police

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Hurricane Igor washes man to sea in N.L.: police
Authorities are searching for a man believed to have been washed to sea by Hurricane Igor in Trinity Bay, N.L., after a bridge collapsed.