FREDERICTON – A New Brunswick mother has issued an emotional appeal for her missing 17-year-old son, who last spoke to her more than seven months ago and whose disappearance is considered suspicious.Amanda Frigault said in a YouTube video that she’s becoming fearful she will never see her son Brayden Joseph Thibault again, and recalled that his parting words to her were, “I love you more, Momma.”“I’m angry that somebody knows what happened to him and will not come forward and I’m scared that I will never find him,” she said on the video.Frigault, who held a news conference at RCMP headquarters in Fredericton on Friday, said she is appealing to the public in hope someone familiar with what happened to Thibault will have the “courage and compassion” to come forward.“Investigators believe someone knows what happened,” the RCMP said in a tweet.Sitting next to photos of her son when he was a little boy, Frigault said in the video that she missed his smiles, hugs, his sarcasm, his dancing with his little sister.“I miss fighting with him about curfews and cleaning his room, but what I miss most is his kind soul and his beautiful heart,” she said.Frigault described herself as feeling helpless because she cannot provide answers or lessen the fears of Thibault’s brothers and sisters.“I remember their broken innocence when I had to tell them that Brayden wasn’t just away somewhere else,” she said.He was last seen in Fredericton’s northside on July 31 last year.“If you have any information about my son or where he is, please contact the police or Crime Stoppers. Please help them find Brayden. Help them bring him home and help them begin to heal the hearts of all the people who love him,” Frigault said.
VANCOUVER — Record-breaking warmth that ushered spring into British Columbia is slowly moving east, but continues to bring sunny skies and high temperatures to the Interior, along with mounting concerns about avalanches.Environment Canada says 18 temperature records were shattered Thursday, mainly in northern and central B.C., unlike earlier in the week when areas of Victoria and Greater Vancouver were among the hot spots in Canada.At 13.3 degrees, the Masset area of Haida Gwaii tied a record set in 1906 while Prince Rupert reached 18 degrees, just edging the previous record from 1915.The southeastern community of Sparwood was among the hottest in the province at 19.8 degrees, underscoring Avalanche Canada’s concern about slide conditions in southeastern B.C. , southwestern Alberta and elsewhereThe risk of human-triggered avalanches in regions from Glacier, Yoho and Kootenay national parks, south through Kananaskis Country, the Purcells, south Rockies and Waterton Lakes is listed as high at all levels of the mountains.The Avalanche Canada warning, issued earlier this week as more people were expected to head into the backcountry during spring break, says the likelihood of avalanches is raised by dramatic temperature increases, coupled with limited nighttime cooling.“This will weaken the snowpack on all aspects, increasing the possibility of large natural avalanches as well making it easier for the weight of a person to trigger deeper weak layers,” the warning states. The Avalanche Canada website said travel in avalanche terrain is not recommended.The Canadian Press
AL-MASNAA, Lebanon — Lebanese exporters rejoiced last month when the Syrian government opened a key land crossing with Jordan that had been closed by years of war, restoring a much-needed overland trade route to lucrative Persian Gulf markets.But lingering disputes between Lebanon and Syria, and political gridlock in Beirut, mean that many Lebanese businesses still rely on longer and costlier transport by sea, further stalling efforts to restore an economy battered by years of war in its larger neighbour.The reopening of the Naseeb-Jaber crossing allowed Mohammed Araji, owner of a trucking firm in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, to retrieve two trucks that had been stranded in Jordan since 2015, when Syrian rebels captured the crossing. Two other of his refrigerator trucks had been parked in front of his house for the last three years.Even before the crossing officially closed, his brother was briefly abducted by rebels while driving a truck through Syria, underscoring the perils they faced in trying to keep the route open.The crossing was Lebanon’s “lung,” Araji said, and its closure was a “death blow” to the economy, affecting farmers, merchants, industrialists and drivers. So he was pleased when Syrian government forces reopened the crossing and secured the route.But for weeks he was unable to find exporters ready to give him shipping contracts. Finally, on Saturday, he sent his first truckloads to Saudi Arabia after offering an exporter an attractive price.“People are still waiting to see what will happen,” he said.The land route through Syria, Jordan and Iraq is vital to Lebanon, which is squeezed between Syria, the closed border with Israel, and the sea. Lebanon’s exports plunged from a high of 78 per cent of GDP in 2008 — three years before the start of Syria’s civil war — to a low of 36 per cent in 2017.Before Naseeb’s closing, more than 250 trucks a day headed from Lebanon to markets in Syria, Jordan, Iraq and the Gulf. After the closure, that dropped to some 300 trucks in a good month, bound only for Syria, customs officials said.An estimated 550,000 tons of vegetables and fruits a year used to be exported through the Syria-Jordan crossing, according to Ibrahim Tarshishi, head of the Bekaa farmer’s union. Since the shutdown, that flow has dropped by nearly 40 per cent, to no more than 330,000 tons. Exports from Bekaa to Saudi Arabia have dropped by 60 per cent, according to figures from the Bekaa chamber of commerce.After the crossing reopened, Syria and Jordan imposed new transit tariffs on trucks heading to the Gulf. The Syrian increase alone was five-fold, Tarshishi said. Lebanon meanwhile subsidizes transport by sea.Traders hope improved ties between Syria and Lebanon will lead to reduced tariffs, but Lebanon’s political leaders are fiercely divided between supporters and opponents of President Bashar Assad, and they have been unable to form a government since elections in May.Contacts among Lebanese and Syrian officials remain personal and partisan — and some complain Syria is using the tariffs to force normalization. Experts say opaque policies and decision-making have also hindered trade.Charles Zarzour, the head of the government agency for agricultural exports and imports, said the opening of the crossing has at least offered “psychological relief” to traders.“God willing, when we have a government in Lebanon, it lays down a wise policy that serves the country’s interest,” including tariff reductions, he told The Associated Press.Syrian officials had no immediate comment.Tarshishi has pressed for an end to the sea shipping subsidies and other government action to revive land exports, but in the caretaker government “no one wants to take responsibility,” he said.On a recent afternoon at al-Masnaa, the Lebanese side of the crossing into Syria, nearly a dozen trucks loaded with bananas were bound for Damascus. Just one truck, carrying cleaning supplies, was heading to Jordan. None were bound for the Gulf.Talal Darwish, a produce exporter, is still sending his grapes, apples and pears by sea, and on a recent day, workers raced to prepare a shipment bound for Kuwait. By land would be cheaper and faster — a five-day trip as opposed to 25.He has heard talk of efforts to reduce tariffs, but says “we still don’t know officially, so there is no rush.”___Associated Press writer Hiba Delwati in Beirut contributed to this report.Sarah El Deeb, The Associated Press
In this March 26, 2014 photo, workers build automated manual transmissions at Volvo Trucks’ powertrain manufacturing facility in Hagerstown, Md. The Labor Department releases first-quarter productivity data on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) WASHINGTON – U.S. productivity fell in the first quarter while labour costs rose, reflecting the economic slowdown caused at the start of the year by harsh winter weather.The Labor Department said Wednesday that productivity declined at an annual rate of 1.7 per cent in the January-March period, after growing at a 2.3 per cent rate in last year’s fourth quarter.“Special factors, namely the weather, are to blame,” said Jennifer Lee, a senior economist at BMO Capital Markets.The falling productivity coupled with a slight increase in hourly compensation led to labour costs rising 4.2 per cent in the first quarter. Labor costs had fallen in the previous two quarters.Economic growth stalled in the first three months of this year, increasing just 0.1 per cent, according to initial estimates by the Commerce Department. Freezing temperatures and snow storms disrupted growth. Retail sales and factory output plunged in January, only to recover as the weather warmed.The economy might even have shrunk 0.6 per cent during the first quarter, the research firm Marcoeconomic Advisers said Tuesday after the release of March trade data.Productivity measures output per hour of work. Greater productivity should raise living standards because it enables companies to pay their workers more without having to increase prices, which could boost inflation.Despite the increase in labour costs last quarter, overall inflation remains mild.The Federal Reserve tracks productivity and labour costs when setting interest rate policies. Fed officials have attempted to spur growth by keeping short-term interest rates at record lows, while at the same time, purchasing bonds to try to keep long-term rates down as well.Since December, however, the Fed has reduced its monthly bond-buying to $45 billion from $85 billion.But the Fed is committed to holding down short-term rates for an extended period, saying that it expects to maintain those rates “well past” the time that unemployment dipped below its previous threshold of 6.5 per cent.The unemployment rate fell in April to 6.3 per cent from 6.7 per cent, a sign that economic growth should rebound in the second quarter. US productivity dropped at 1.7 per cent rate in first quarter as labour costs rose AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Josh Boak, The Associated Press Posted May 7, 2014 6:57 am MDT
Since this past Sunday when the accident occurred, 12 bodies have been found by the Libyan coast guard, which informed UNHCR on Monday that the dead included three Syrians – including the mother and her children aged three and six – three Eritrean nationals and six other Africans of as yet undetermined nationalities, UNHCR spokesman Adrian Edwards told a news briefing in Geneva.The ship was probably carrying more people than its original capacity of 200 passengers, he said, adding that search and rescue operations are ongoing and the fate of others who may have been aboard is unknown.According to UNHCR, about 217 people have drowned off the Libyan coast while trying to cross the Mediterranean in 2014. The number of asylum-seekers and refugees registered in our world today has increased, reaching almost 37,000 individuals. However, not all asylum-seekers are registered.”Many asylum-seekers live in precarious conditions – such as over-crowded accommodations with little legal access to employment and have been affected and further displaced by the current unrest in Libya” said Mr. Edwards.Syrians make up the largest group of refugees and asylum seekers, with approximately 18,655 displaced people, followed by Eritreans, Somalis and Iraqis.This year, many people have lost their lives on boat journeys near the coasts of countries such as Italy, Turkey and Greece. The number of victims in the Mediterranean so in 2014 has reached over 500 deaths.For its part, UNHCR supports Government operations to search for and rescue those individuals trying to cross the Mediterranean.”UNHCR applauds search and rescue operations by Government authorities but asks that such operations are further strengthened – particularly in areas with high concentrations of boat crossings” said Mr. Edwards.Finally, he also urged countries worldwide to look towards providing legal alternatives to dangerous sea journeys and to limit punitive or deterrent measures for people seeking safety.
THE NUMBERS of people covered by private health insurance fell yet again in the first quarter of 2013, according to new figures published today.The Health Insurance Authority’s figures show that 21,000 people ended their private cover between the end of December and the end of March.That drop is the second-biggest quarterly drop since the Health Insurance Authority’s figures were first published in September 2009.Only the second quarter of 2011 saw a bigger drop, when 29,000 people left the market in three months.The fact that the numbers have dropped so steeply when the market is already depleted, however, suggests that the rate at which people decided to cancel their private healthcare policies remains close to an all-time high.A total of 61,000 people fell off the books of the four private health insurance providers between March 2012 and March 2013.There are now a total of 2,078,000 people who are covered by inpatient health insurance, roughly 45.3 per cent of the population.By comparison, 50.9 per cent of the public was covered by an inpatient policy in 2008, when the market peaked.Read: Charging private patients for public beds will drive up premiums by 25% – report
Taapsee Pannu in Game OverPR HandoutTaapsee Pannu’s Game Over opened to a good response at the Indian box office on Friday and has gone on to show massive growth of 100 per cent on Saturday. Its business has improved on Sunday.Taapsee Pannu started her acting career down south and she has gone on to make it really big in Bollywood. She has created a huge fanbase across India with the kind of movies she has been doing. The makers of Game Over made it multi-lingual film and released it in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi on June 14.Taapsee Pannu’s success rate and the amazing promos had created a lot of curiosity about Game Over and the hype helped it register decent advance booking. But the movie had to compete with some small movies in Telugu and Tamil, which made the trade experts keep their crossed about its prospects at the box office.Released in the decent number of screens, the Ashwin Saravanan-directed suspense thriller opened to good occupancy everywhere in the domestic market on Friday. All the three versions of Game Over collected Rs 97 crore net together at the Indian box office on the first day.The Taapsee Pannu starrer was successful in striking a chord with the audience and the word of mouth boosted its collection in the ticket counters. Game Over has collected Rs 1.94 crore net at the India box office on the second day. Its two-day total has reached Rs 2.91 crore net in the domestic market.Y NOT Studios and Reliance Entertainment have jointly bankrolled Game Over and the producers are thrilled over the huge growth in its collection. Shibasish Sarkar, CEO of Reliance Entertainment, tweeted, “Game Over 1st Day Hindi-38 lacs Tamil-30 lacs Telugu- 29 lacs Total Friday 97 lacs 2nd Day Hindi-88 lacs Tamil-50 lacs Telugu-56 lacs Total Saturday 194 lacs 2 Days Total 291 lacs. Growth of 100%.”
WWE WebsiteArguably the greatest figure in the history of pro-wrestling, The Undertaker, is coming back to WWE’s flagship weekly program SmackDown. He would be part of a special episode that would take place at the iconic Madison Square Garden on September 10.This would be a special moment for the former World Heavyweight Champion as it would be his first appearance on an episode of SmackDown at the legendary arena. September 10 would also be special because both Raw and SmackDown will take place back-to-back at the same venue.The Undertaker had been out of action for a substantial amount of time at the beginning of the year and also was absent from Wrestlemania 35. In this time, he appeared out of character on some non-WWE shows. Eventually, WWE decided to re-sign the superstar and agreed on a highly-lucrative contract for the Deadman.Since then, the superstar has made numerous appearances on WWE and has also competed in two matches. His contest with Goldberg had turned out to be a complete disaster while a tag-team match, with Roman Reigns as his partner, against Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre fared better.WWE has also teased a storyline between the Phenom and Hall of Famer Sting. Only time will tell whether this appearance of Undertaker would lead to a new feud.
A suspected drug peddler who received mass-beating at his house at Dattarail Naoapara village in Gapanganj upazila on Monday afternoon, died at Osmani Medical College Hospital at night, reports UNB.The deceased is Lipon Chandra Deb, 40, son of late Nagendra Chandra Deb of the village.Being tipped-off that Lipon has been carrying out drug business at his house in broad daylight, police with the help of the locals conducted a drive at the house to arrest him, police sources said.As the law enforcers approached to arrest him, Lipon pelted a broken bottle at the locals and policemen, forcing the locals to react befittingly. The local offered a good-beating to the drug trader, leaving him severely injured.Later, Lipon was admitted to Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital where he succumbed to his injury around 9:00pm.Confirming the incident, officer-in-charge of Gopalganj Model police station AKM Fazlul Haque said Lipon was accused in several cases including drug businesses.
NASA/NOAA via APThis enhanced satellite image made available by the NOAA GOES Project shows Irma, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 at 1:45 p.m. In the wake of Harvey, meteorologists are already looking warily at another system: Hurricane Irma, which intensified from a tropical storm to a major hurricane in just 30 hours, is steadily moving west across the Atlantic.Islands at the eastern end of the Caribbean Sea made preparations Sunday for approaching Hurricane Irma, a Category 3 storm that could threaten the area beginning Tuesday.Hurricane watches were posted for Antigua and Barbuda, Anguilla, Monserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Martin, Guadeloupe and the British Virgin Islands.The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm could near that region late Tuesday. It said islands farther north, including the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, should monitor the progress of the storm.The Antigua and Barbuda weather service said Irma was expected to bring heavy rains, rough surf and high winds to islands along the northern edge of the Antilles.Long-range forecasts indicated Irma likely would curve to the northwest beginning late Monday and skirt to the north of those islands on a path that could potentially take it to the U.S. East Coast, but it was too early to make a definitive prediction.Antigua’s prime minister, Gaston Browne, urged people to take preventative measures in case the storm should hit, including cleaning drains and removing objects that could be sent airborne by high winds. Workers began pruning trees and shrubs to reduce chances for branches to tear down power and phone lines.“The passage of a hurricane is not a matter to be taken lightly, but we must not panic,” Browne said in a statement.The U.S. hurricane center said Irma had maximum sustained winds of 115 mph (185 kph) Sunday night and some strengthening was expected over the next two days. The storm was centered about 710 miles (1,145 kilometers) east of the Leeward Islands and moving west-southwest at 14 mph (22 kph).Puerto Rico’s governor, Ricard Rossello, said government agencies in the U.S. territory were prepared to deal with any emergencies caused by the storm.“We have established protocols for the safety of all,” he said at a news conference, while he also urged islanders to take precautions.In the Dominican Republic, Public Works Minister Gonzalo Castillo said workers there were clear away road works and also clean out blockages of sewer drains. He said President Danilo Medina would lead a meeting with emergencies agencies on Monday to discuss storm preparations. Share
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For more information click hereClick to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Many look forward to their golden years, and plan to relax and live off the pension they have worked hard for.But how does one actually apply for an old age pension / old person’s grant?Here is what you need to know:To qualify, an individual must meet the following criteria:Must be a South African citizen, permanent resident or refugee;Must be resident in South Africa;Must be 60 years old;Spouse must comply with the means test (the old-age pension means test threshold includes assets that must not exceed R1,056,000 for a single person and R2,112,000 for a married couple);Must not be maintained or cared for in a State institution;Must not be in receipt of another social grant for him or herself;Must submit a 13-digit bar-coded identity document.Documents needed:Identity documentProof of spouse or relationship statusA sworn statement or affidavit of income and assets of spouse and yourselfDocumented proof of income of dependent childrenTo apply, you will need to go to the nearest SASSA offices with all the relevant documents and complete a form with the help of a SASSA officer.If you are sick or unable to physically go to the offices, a family member may go on your behalf.
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The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments Share Keep the costly contracts? The team won 11 games last season despite numerous key injuries, and there’s a strong and understandable belief that with a healthy squad, the Cardinals can do some serious damage. But that does not mean the team isn’t entering the offseason without some questions. In no particular order, here are five of the biggest: From the moment the clocked ticked down to 0:00 on the Arizona Cardinals’ 27-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers Saturday, attention was turned to the 2015 season. “Normally, when a season comes to an end, I’m ready for a break,” Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. “But I can honestly say I can’t wait to start this next one knowing the quality of the people that we have in that room and the team that we can build around them is very excited.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has redeployed its personnel attached to his office” There are feelers that the meeting the president had with certain officers of the House of Representatives governors and others may have led to the withdrawal of Tambuwal’s security In November 2013 MaryAnn Anselmowho was on the cover of TIME in Marchheard the words that most of us dread the most: she had cancer Worse it was stage 4 glioblastoma a particularly aggressive brain tumor that often takes a patient’s life in a matter of months Having just recovered from a devastating car accident Anselmo thought "Somebody wants me dead here" Nearly two years later the New Jersey resident is receiving some completely different and more welcome news "The latest scan doesnt show any tumor any more" her physician Dr David Hyman acting director of Developmental Therapeutics ad Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) tells TIME The results from Hyman’s most recent study which Anselmo participated in is published in the latest issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) “I’m tired all the time” she says "but Im dealing with it living with it I feel awesome compared to what this tumor could have done to me" MORE: The Cancer Gap Hyman is reluctant to call it a “cure” for certain cancersthe burden of proof is higher than this one study or this one patientbut Anselmo’s cancer is gone And for that Anselmo can thank something called a basket trial a new way for doctors to test promising cancer treatments that more precisely target the right therapies to the right patients at the right time This is the first such trial of its kind The trial puts the idea of precision medicine to the test At 23 cancer centers around the world 122 patients with advanced cancer signed up for a last-resort treatment covered in the new study All had their tumor genomes sequenced so doctors could get a better sense of which mutations were driving the cancers and whether there were any targeted therapies for those mutations Anselmo had three mutations fueling the growth in her brain but she and her doctors at MSKCC decided to focus on one called BRAF A recently approved drug to treat BRAF mutations in melanoma helped shrink or halt tumor growth in half of treated patients so doctors wanted to know whether the drug could help patients with the same mutation but with different kinds of cancer like Anselmo But while BRAF mutations occur in about 50% of melanoma cases they are much rarer in other types of cancers So creating a trial for patients like Anselmo would take both time and money that researchers couldnt justify A basket trial however capitalizes on the growing understanding that cancers should be characterized by not just where they start (in the breast colon or lung for example) but also by how they grow which mutations are driving them A basket trial collects patients all of whom have BRAF mutations for instance but who might have different types of cancer In the NEJM study patients with non small cell lung cancer colon cancer thyroid cancer multiple myeloma and glioblastomas among others were included By studying them as a group Hyman says its possible to get a better idea of how feasible it is to target mutations like BRAF among those who dont have melanoma So far the results are encouraging Patients with non small cell lung cancer seemed to have the best response rate to vemurafenib 42% after a year More than 70% of the patients with this cancer saw their tumors shrink by at least 30% in length There were promising signs that patients with the other untreatable cancers also responded and took longer before their tumors progressed than they would have without the experimental therapy Anselmo was among the extraordinary responders "It is unusual" says Hyman of the apparent shrinkage of her tumor "She really is an outlier in any way you measure it" Anselmo’s brain tumor at the start of the study in 2014 (left) and on Aug 11 2015 (right) NEJM 373; 8; 2015 Courtesy Dr David Hyman: But its precisely for patients like Anselmo that basket trials are being considered the possibility that there may be one two or however many patients who rather than facing a poor prognosis with existing or non-existent options for treating their disease may have a chance however small of living longer and even controlling their cancer "One of the things that gets lost when we talk averages and medians is how many patients benefit and for how long" says Hyman "There is a tremendous range and a concern that promoting the best successes sets the bar very high But it also lets people know that things are not entirely hopeless that there are people who have tremendous benefit from therapies and not get completely caught up in medians and averages" That being said Hyman cautions that more work needs to be done to better apply the principles of precision medicine to improve patients outcomes Since most tumors have many mutations how can doctors determine which one or ones to target with drugs Why do some patients respond very well while others do not Another looming question has to do with how cancer doctors can start to incorporate what they are learning about mutations and cancer-causing pathways with their more traditional knowledge based on where tumors start In the study for example patients with BRAF colon cancers did not respond to vemurafenib; but some started to show responses when vemurafenib was combined with another drug cetuximab That suggests that knowing where the cancer originates may still be an important part of the puzzle in figuring out which treatments might work best for which types of cancers In an editorial accompanying the study researchers at the TH Chan Harvard School of Public Health and Boston University note that basket trials may be just the first step in a precision medicine approach to cancer Once doctors figure out which types of cancers might respond best to for example a BRAF-focused drug they might conduct additional trials on each of these cancers to determine which patients like Anselmo would benefit most For her the trail has provided the chance to sing again A jazz vocalist she performed at a friends birthday party and attended a song-writing retreat in upstate New York She makes weekly visits to her doctors to the dermatologist to monitor any side effects from the drug to Hyman every two months for a brain scan and to get lab tests done to check on her immune system And shes tired all the time "But thats par for the course” she says “I’m just lucky to be alive at a time when cancer care is so different than it was years ago Who would have known that treatments could be so customized It’s so amazing and I’m very thankful to be a part of it” Contact us at editors@timecomGawker said it will appeal the verdict reached in favor of Hulk Hogan in the lawsuit he brought against the media company over its publication of a sex tape featuring the 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