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first_imgzoom South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has received an order for construction of two 300,000-ton very large crude carriers (VLCC) from Greek shipowner Enesel, Korean news site Pulse reported.As disclosed, the newbuildings are expected to be delivered in the second half of 2018 and are estimated to be priced around USD 80 million each.According to the VesselsValue data, the ships were ordered en bloc on February 3rd for USD 83 million respectively.Enesel has four tankers in its fleet, two VLCCs and two Aframaxes, and two containerships, based on the company’s website info.The company also has two 112, 800 DWT Aframax tankers on order at South Korean’s Daehan Shipbuilding Co, scheduled for delivery in 2017.The order comes as prices for VLCCs have dropped amid market downturn prompting owners to avail of the cheap prices and invest in newbuilding capacity.World Maritime News is yet to receive a reply from both Enesel and HHI regarding the order.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

first_imgCommunities, Culture and Heritage Minister Leo Glavine is leading a mission to China and Japan to explore business and export opportunities for Nova Scotia’s growing culture sector. This is Nova Scotia’s first culture sector mission to Asia and builds on the strong relationship the province has with China in other sectors such as seafood and agri-food. The government and business delegation will meet with Chinese and Japanese government officials, cultural organizations, and business leaders from May 10-17, with a goal to increase the growth of culture sector exports to China and Japan. They will also attend an International Cultural Industrial Fair in Shenzhen to learn more about China’s culture industry. “Nova Scotia has a strong culture sector that contributes significantly to our provincial economy,” said Mr. Glavine. “Our culture sector is already having some success in Asia, and we know the market is growing and has interest in Nova Scotia culture. The market represents a tremendous opportunity for Nova Scotia’s culture sector, including our creative businesses which are seeking new opportunities to grow. “We are now ready to build on this momentum, and take the exporting of Nova Scotia’s culture sector to the next level.” In 2016, Nova Scotia’s culture sector was valued at $874 million and supported almost 14,000 jobs. Nova Scotia exported $141.5 million worth of culture products in the same year. This represents a 61 per cent growth in culture product exports since 2010. Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia has been working in China since 2014, where it currently generates 25 per cent of its earned revenues. Mermaid recently signed an agreement expanding its theatre tours in China. “The expansion of our markets in Asia-Pacific has enabled us to offer an impressive touring showcase for Atlantic Canada’s artists, while providing our creative teams with unique opportunities for professional development,” said Jim Morrow, managing artistic director for Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia. “It’s especially rewarding to evoke the same enthusiastic response from family audiences throughout China as we enjoy in rural Nova Scotia.” Mr. Glavine will be accompanied on the mission by Halifax-based 2B Theatre which is looking to build on the international success they are having in other parts of the world. “The Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage has really stepped up its game in terms of supporting and providing opportunities for Nova Scotian culture here at home and around the world,” said Christian Barry, artistic co-director. “Our recent off-Broadway success in New York City serves notice that Nova Scotian performing arts are ready to share the stage with the world’s best. We are looking forward to duplicating that success in Asia.“ The Nova Scotia Culture Action Plan, launched in 2017, includes a focus on growing the province’s culture sector and culture exports; and in turn create more jobs in the sector and provide more business opportunities for Nova Scotia companies. The federal Department of Canadian Heritage led a creative industries mission to China in April, which also focused on export opportunities for Canada’s culture sector. In April 2016, Nova Scotia introduced Partnering for Success: The Nova Scotia – China Engagement Strategy, aimed at enhancing the province’s relationship with one of the world’s fastest growing markets. The economic impact of the province’s relationship with China has been significant. In 2017, Nova Scotia exported a record $611 million in goods to China, an increase of $461 million compared to 2012. Nova Scotia will build on this success with the signing of a letter of intent on developing a sister province relationship between Nova Scotia and Fujian, China during the visit. For more information on the strategy visit http://www.NovaScotia.ca/china .last_img read more

first_imgBishkek: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met Russian President Vladimir Putin here and the two leaders reviewed all aspects of bilateral relations to further strengthen the strategic relationship.This is the first meeting between the two leaders after Modi’s re-election following the stunning victory of the BJP in the general elections last month. “PM @narendramodi and President Putin had a wonderful meeting in Bishkek. Various subjects pertaining to India-Russia relations were discussed during the meeting,” the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted. Also Read – IAF receives its first Rafale fighter jet from FranceExternal Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that the two leaders “reviewed all aspects of bilateral relations to further strengthen the strategic relationship.” Briefing the media after the meeting, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said that it was a “brief but very very rich” meeting in terms of content. He said that defence and energy were a key focus during their talks. The two leaders also reviewed trade and investment ties and noted that they’re on an upward trajectory. Also Read – Cosmology trio win Nobel Physics PrizeModi thanked the Russian President for his support for the AK-203 Kalashnikov rifles manufacturing unit in Amethi, an India-Russia joint venture. Gokhale said there will be a Russia, India and China trilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan later this month. President Putin invited Prime Minister Modi formally to be the main guest at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia in early September, and he warmly accepted the invitation, Gokhale said. Earlier, Chinese president Xi Jinping accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to visit India later this year for an informal summit, the foreign ministry said Thursday after the two leaders held a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation or SCO summit. PM Modi had reached Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, earlier Thursday to take part in the two-day summit that focuses on trade and security issues. “PM Modi invited Xi (to India) for the next informal summit. Xi confirmed his readiness to visit India this year and that both sides should begin preparations,” said foreign secretary Vijay Keshav Gokhale. Modi raised the issue of cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan during his talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping here and said India expects “concrete action” by Islamabad to create an atmosphere free of terror for the resumption of dialogue. Modi’s comments came ahead of President Xi’s meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is also here in the Kyrgyz capital to attend the SCO summit. Khan has twice written to Prime Minister Modi, seeking resumption of dialogue on all issues, including Kashmir. Responding to Khan’s overtures, Prime Minister Modi told his Pakistani counterpart that creating trust and an environment free of violence and terrorism was essential for fostering peace and prosperity in the region. India has not been engaging with Pakistan since an attack on the Air Force base at Pathankot in January of 2016 by a Pakistan-based terror group, maintaining that talks and terror cannot go together. Early this year, tensions flared up between India and Pakistan after a suicide bomber of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) killed 40 CRPF personnel in Kashmir’s Pulwama district. With agency inputslast_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook The actors on the time-travelling series Timeless have donned their share of headgear — swarthy 10-galloners, demure cloches, silk stovepipes and the like. But you could say the woman who dresses them, costume designer Mari-An Ceo, wears even more hats on set.She’s an amateur historian, a corset whisperer, actor collaborator and, given her job to transport viewers to a completely different era each week, a bona fide magician. Yet Ceo almost refused to lend her abracadabra to the Global and NBC freshman drama.“There was no way I was going to say yes to this project — (I thought), it couldn’t be done!” she says with a laugh. A little persuading from show co-creator Eric Kripke, with whom she’d worked on the post-apocalyptic series Revolution, brought her around. Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “I thought maybe I’d just make it to the first four episodes and then I’d quit. Or something’s just not going to work and then I’d be done. But somehow we’re doing it. It’s very difficult, though — it’s basically a mini-movie every episode, and we have to set up, make everything and break it back down every couple of weeks, which is kind of crazy.”Starring Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter and Malcolm Barrett, Timeless centres on a trio who zip through time to stop former NSA asset Garcia Flynn (Goran Visnjic), from changing the course of U.S history. So far, they’ve relived events surrounding the Hindenburg disaster, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, the Battle of the Alamo and Watergate.It’s Ceo’s mission to deliver hundreds of period-appropriate costumes for each episode on time and on budget — a TV budget at that, which is a fraction of what you’d have for a film. A hundred extras in a street scene could cost about $100 each, but putting them in costumes fitting the era could bump that to about $400 a head.Add to that two outfits per episode for the four main actors, 20 or so day players and Kripke’s rule that the show can never return to a time it’s already been, and the budget is tighter than a pair of skinny jeans after a few too many chicken wings.“You’re talking about corsets and hoopskirts, suspenders and ascots, and it’s just very elaborate. It’s a tall order to ask a crew to be an expert in every time period, to know what jewelry to pick, how to tie a corset and what kind of corset goes with what outfit,” says Ceo.Working from the show’s set in Vancouver, Ceo sources outfits from the U.S., England and here in Canada. A wardrobe team in Los Angeles also helps pull together loose threads. Twitter Advertisementlast_img read more

Canada cast the only negative vote for the non-binding resolution, which received the support of 33 of the Council’s 47 members, while 13 countries abstained. In adopting the text, the Geneva-based body demanded that Israel – which launched the latest offensive 17 days ago with the stated aim of ending Hamas rocket attacks into Israel – immediately end its attacks and withdraw its military forces from Gaza.The Council’s action came as it wrapped up a special session begun last Friday to consider “the grave violations of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory, including the recent aggression in the occupied Gaza Strip.” UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay stressed to the Council on Friday that international human rights law must apply in all circumstances and at all times, and strongly urged the parties to the conflict “to fulfil their obligations under international humanitarian law to collect, care for and evacuate the wounded and to protect and respect health workers, hospitals, and medical units and ambulances.“Accountability must be ensured for violations of international law,” she said, suggesting that the Council consider a mission to assess violations committed by both sides in the conflict in order to establish the relevant facts and ensure accountability.The latest casualty figures according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health are 883 Palestinians killed since the operation began on 27 December, including at least 85 women and 284 children, as well as 4,057 wounded.In addition, the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) reports that some 21,555 people have been displaced by the conflict. In its resolution today, the Council also requested Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to investigate the latest targeting of UNRWA facilities in Gaza, including schools, which have resulted in the killing of tens of Palestinian civilians, including women and children. Mr. Ban begins a visit to the region on Wednesday as part of his ongoing diplomatic efforts to bring about an end to the hostilities. 12 January 2009The United Nations Human Rights Council today adopted a resolution strongly condemning the ongoing Israeli military operation in Gaza, and decided to dispatch a fact-finding mission to investigate human rights violations committed in the territory. read more

Children from Sub-Saharan African are disproportionately affected, with half all deaths of under-fives, taking place in the region. One third are in Southern Asia.He added that, without urgent action, 56 million children under-five will die between now and 2030, and half of them will be new-borns but that, “with simple solutions like medicines, clean water, electricity and vaccines, we can change that reality for every child.”Most deaths of children aged 5 and under are due to preventable or treatable causes such as pneumonia, malaria or complications during birth.For older children, between the ages of 5 and 15, injuries become a more prominent cause of death, particularly road accidents and drownings.Even within countries, wide disparities are found, with under-five mortality rates on average 50 per cent higher in rural areas than in urban areas. Education is also a factor, with those born to uneducated mothers more than twice as likely to die before turning five than those born to mothers with a secondary or higher education.Reacting to the study, Tim Evans, Senior Director of Health Nutrition and Population at the World Bank, said . “Ending preventable deaths and investing in the health of young people is a basic foundation for building countries’ human capital, which will drive their future growth and prosperity.” The new mortality estimates study, was released on Monday by the UN Children’s Fund, together with UN Children’s Fund UNICEF, the World Health Organization WHO, the UN Population Division and the World Bank.According to Laurence Chandy, UNICEF Research Director, major progress in reducing child mortality has been made in the last quarter century, with the toll dropping by more than half since 1990, but “millions are still dying because of who they are, and where they are born.” read more

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) today announced the launch of a unique environmental management and education program that will help soybean producers find profitable and effective solutions to meet today’s growing environmental challenges. The program, called “Soybean Management and the Land: A Best Management Practices Handbook for Growers,” is a collaborative partnership of the ASA, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Monsanto Company, and the Shared Solutions Agribusiness Contributions Program of the Philip Morris Family of Companies.”This partnership is an important step toward enhanced land stewardship on millions of acres of farmland,” said ASA President Marc Curtis, a soybean, corn, rice, wheat and milo producer from Leland, Miss. “I thank Monsanto, Philip Morris and the NRCS for their support and vision about the benefits of this project. This program will provide growers with an opportunity to study their farm and decide, for themselves, what is both environmentally and financially feasible.”Carl M. Casale, Vice President and General Manager for Monsanto’s North American Ag Business, said, “we’re pleased to be a part of this very important program and believe it will be a valuable resource for U.S. growers. This program builds upon Monsanto’s historical commitment to sustainable agriculture, and provides the opportunity for us to combine our efforts and work as a part of this partnership to take conservation-tillage and sustainable-agriculture efforts to the next level.”Pearlie Reed, Chief of NRCS, said, “I am pleased that USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service could be a partner in this project. I commend ASA and the other organizations for their leadership in promoting good conservation. I know that everyone involved will benefit from this relationship, especially soybean growers.”The NRCS provided ASA with the services of a Conservation Specialist Fellow who worked in ASA’s Washington Office for more than a year to develop this program.The environmental management and education program will be implemented in three phases over the next 12 to 14 months. Development of a Best Management Practices Handbook is complete and will be distributed in soybean production areas of the United States during the spring of 2000 through NRCS District Offices, County Extension Service Offices, Farm Bureau Offices and Soybean Association Offices.One feature of the handbook is a production diagnostic guide that producers will find extremely useful in assisting them in identifying and treating soybean pests and diseases. The handbook will be available as both a printed guide and electronically on the Web.The second phase of the program calls for a series of environmental workshop pilot projects beginning in November of 2000. Phase three will run January through March 2001, and will feature a series of regional train-the-trainer programs.Katherine Trent, Manager of Agricultural Relations for Philip Morris Management Corporation said, “The Philip Morris Shared Solutions Agribusiness Program is proud to be a sponsor for ASA’s Environmental Management and Education Program. Sound environmental management is a growing challenge for agricultural producers and an important issue for companies seeking high quality, low cost ingredients for their food products.”last_img read more

first_imgA 143.3 hectare area of Osaka’s Yumeshima island has been approved for commercial use, marking a significant milestone in the prefecture’s efforts to develop an integrated resort on the site.The Osaka City Planning Council agreed to the change from industrial and semi-industrial to commercial use on Tuesday as part of the administrative procedures required to promote the artificial island as an international tourist hub. Yumeshima is already set to host World Expo 2025 after being confirmed as the event’s location earlier this year.According to the city, the area subject to change is currently zoned as semi-industrial (107.7 hectares) and industrial zoning (35.6 hectares). This will ease the ratio of area and building coverage, and permit large scale facilities to be built. A circular roadway is also scheduled to be built in 2024 on the Northern part of Yumeshima, which is considered the candidate location for IRs.The new zoning includes restrictions regarding the operation of schools and sex establishments in the area.“We will guide reasonable land usage for the purpose of creating a new international tourism hub on the coastal area which can be easily accessed from the city and where a large amount of land can be secured,” the Council said.The city is predicting development of Yumeshima to cost JPY95.4 billion. In addition to land reclamation, it intends to extend the Osaka Metro Central Line, connecting Yumeshima to the city, and has gained informal consent that JPY20 billion will be contributed by Osaka’s chosen IR operator.Opposition from a group called “Citizens Roundtable Thinking About Change for Yumeshima City’s Plan” cited concerns over the risk of tsunami and soil liquefaction caused by earthquakes at the Nankai Trough, the risk of soil pollution and impact on the ecosystem, which includes endangered birds.last_img read more

Tarmac introduces technology scheme

first_imgBuilding materials organisation Tarmac has introduced a technology scheme for its 7,000 UK employees.Tarmac launched the SmartTech scheme, provided by Reward Gateway in partnership with Currys PC World, in July 2016. The scheme enables staff to purchase technology products on an interest-free basis from their net salary.The scheme gives employees access to up to 5,000 technology products, such as tablets, laptops and fitness trackers, from a list of gadgets that have been pre-approved by Tarmac. The programme utilises an automated application approval process, and purchased products can be delivered or collected from Currys PC World stores on the same day.Tarmac introduced the scheme because it felt it was well-suited to its workforce demographic, and to help drive engagement with its benefits offering.Jodie Gilligan (pictured), people and information manager at Tarmac, said: “SmartTech gives our employees access to the latest technology products without making a huge dent in their salary by creating a payment plan that works for them. We’re really proud to be able to offer Tarmac employees an affordable and flexible option to buy the technology they want.“From a[n organisational] perspective, the automated application approvals and payroll processing makes administration easy and saves us time. Take up levels in the first month have been exceptional and we expect the trend to continue upwards in the run up to Christmas.”last_img read more

AutoNation CEO delivers gift bags to cancer center patients

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida treatment center received a generous gift during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.AutoNation marked its annual Drive Pink Across America Day, Wednesday.Mike Jackson, the auto retailer’s CEO, delivered thousands of gift bags to patients at the Michael and Dianne Bienes Comprehensive Cancer Center at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale.“I believe the gift bag does multiple things,” said Dr. Patrick Taylor, the hospital’s CEO. “Often, when you’re going through cancer, as you can imagine, you have some good days, and you have some days where you’re up, down. [It’s good] knowing that there are other individuals out there that really support you.”“I think it’s just a bright spot in what could otherwise be a rather dreary, difficult day,” said Jackson, “and just let them know we’re thinking of them, and trying to do all we can so that others don’t have to go through it.”Since its inception, the Drive Pink initiative has raised more than $15 million for cancer research and treatment centers.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Seventeens Call Call Call Pledges KPop Support In Japan

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TwicePhoto: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage.com NCT 127 & Stray Kids Coming To KCON 2018 NY BTSPhoto: Jason LaVeris /Getty Images Shinee & Fans To Reflect On 10 Years In May NCT 127Photo: VCG/Getty Images Watch: Twice’s “What Is Love?” From New EP BTS’ 2017 Captured On “Burn The Stage” Is BTS Coming To Your Town? Meet Female K-Pop Group BLACKPINK J-Hope’s “Airplane” Flies Out Of The Shadows Chung Ha, Wanna One Announced For KCON 2018 LA BTSPhoto: Rich Fury/AMA2017/Getty Images BLACKPINKPhoto: VCG/Getty Images Monsta XPhoto: Courtesy of Starship Entertainment Email Listeners around the world have been catching on to the musicality and emotional rush associated with the K-pop genre. In Korea many believe that only idol groups should be called K-pop, but Seventeen have always been an idol group with a difference. The collective plays off this strength in their latest video, celebrating mainstream pop mentality while lyrically reaching out to the inner person who might find the overload of 24/7 pop culture too stressful.The band emerged slowly into the professional recording industry limelight, having broadcast much of their early development on reality television and through specials. Their television work and their music have been hits in Japan for years, and “Call Call Call!” shows them ready to take bold new steps. NCT 127Photo: VCG/Getty Images Facebook Chung Ha, Wanna One Announced For KCON 2018 LA TwicePhoto: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage.com Watch BTS’ V In “Singularity” Video BTSPhoto: Courtesy of BigHit Entertainment Is BTS Coming To Your Town? 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NCT 127Photo: VCG/Getty Images NCT 127 & Stray Kids Coming To KCON 2018 NY Seventeen’s Supportive “Call Call Call!” For Japan Watch: Twice’s “What Is Love?” From New EP Monsta X Ready For Summer U.S. Tour LovelyzPhoto: Courtesy of Lvlz8.com Watch: Twice’s “What Is Love?” From New EP For GOT7 The “Look” Is Up Meet Female K-Pop Group BLACKPINK Monsta XPhoto: Han Myung-Gu/Getty Images BTSPhoto: Courtesy of Big Hit Entertainment Monsta X’s “Jealousy”: Rap Pop Synthesis BTS Meet Their Billboard 200 Goal With No.1 Hit News BTS’ J-HopePhoto: RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images More K-Pop Monsta XPhoto: Han Myung-Gu/Getty Images Seventeen’s VernonCourtesy of Pledis Entertainment GOT7Photo: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage Seventeen’s Supportive “Call Call Call!” For Japan BTSPhoto: Rich Fury/AMA2017/Getty Images BTS’ 2017 Captured On “Burn The Stage” Anyone who has employed music to help get through a hard day can respect the power of a pop tune to energize and supply the possibility of healing and recovery. 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GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd staff celebrate 73rd

first_imgShamshabad: The 73rd Independence Day of India was celebrated at GMR Hyderabad International Airport with great patriotic zeal and camaraderie. On the occasion, SGK Kishore, CEO, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL), hoisted the national flag amidst the rendition of the National Anthem. In his address, SGK Kishore highlighted the sustained efforts of GHIAL and all its stakeholders towards passengers and also spoke about the expansion of the airport, which is all set to give a futuristic and tech-enabled seamless passenger experience. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us He emphasised that passenger commitment combined with technology initiatives and operational excellence is always at the core of the organisation’s functioning. He thanked CISF, regulatory agencies and all airport stakeholders for the support extended at all times. Sachin Badshah, IPS, DIG & Chief Airport Security Office (CASO), CISF, RGIA Airport, also graced the occasion. Also Read – Unidentified assailants killed a person in Saidabad PS limits Advertise With Us CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) security personnel along with the ARFF (Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting) and RAXA security personnel presented the guard of honor to the distinguished guests. CISF Sniffer Dog Squad presented an interesting show highlighting the preparedness for security at the airport. Captivating weapon tactics and a mock drill to neutralize any terror attack were enacted by the Commandos of CISF Quick Response Team.last_img read more

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first_img Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Dr. Schemmer, Lead Clinic Radiologist, GRCWatch the interviews with Georgian Radiology ConsultantsOntario-based Georgian Radiology Consultants chooses IntelePACS as the cornerstone of a major digital conversion, capitalizing on Intelerad’s picture archiving and communication system (PACS) solution to dramatically increase efficiencies, enhance patient care and create new opportunities for growth.About Georgian Radiology ConsultantsGeorgian Radiology Consultants (GRC) has been providing medical imaging services in Simcoe County, Ontario, for more than 40 years. With six imaging clinics and 11 board-certified radiologists, GRC serves a population of 300,000 in and around Barrie, Ontario, one of the fastest growing communities in Canada.Identifying the Right PACS Critical to Successful Digital ConversionGRC completed a major initiative in 2012, converting the group’s entire operation from an analog film- and paper-based one to a completely digital system.Selecting and implementing a robust, high-performing, enterprise-level PACS solution that would support all imaging modalities and provide an intuitive, easy-to-use interface was a critical prerequisite of the digital conversion project. For GRC, identifying a reliable PACS vendor with a proven track record and an excellent support infrastructure was just as important as selecting the right product and functionality.Intelerad Stability and Experience Essential Qualities for GRC Vendor Selection“We were looking for a company that was stable,” says Raymond Frank, GRC director and business manager. After researching numerous PACS vendors and products in the radiology market, Frank says there was no debate. “It was clear to us that for functionality, stability, experience and support, the Intelerad solution was the best choice.”In March 2012, GRC’s new digital radiology system went live, with IntelePACS providing the integral PACS component. Frank is thrilled with the outcome. “I am blown away by Intelerad’s solutions and performance,” he says. “We’ve gone from film to digital, virtually overnight, with absolutely zero hiccups.”Ease of Use Enhances Radiologist ProductivityThe deployment of IntelePACS has been an unconditional success for GRC. IntelePACS’ integrated worklist and viewer makes navigation quick and easy, increasing productivity and earning rave reviews from the radiologists in the practice.“It’s very easy, very intuitive,” says Drew Schemmer, M.D., lead clinic radiologist at GRC. “There hasn’t been a single complaint from any of the radiologists in our practice.”By enabling seamless and secure electronic sharing of images and reports, IntelePACS has also eliminated previous obstacles and inefficiencies created by the geographic distance between GRC clinics.Turnaround Time Drops Dramatically from Days to HoursThe robust reporting features of IntelePACS have facilitated new levels of speed and efficiency for GRC, drastically reducing report turnaround times. 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Hamas, which is sworn to Israel’s destruction, is considered a terrorist group by the West.The report said that Hamas fired 4,881 rockets and 1,753 mortars toward Israel, killing six civilians, including Daniel Tregerman, a 4-year-old boy struck by a mortar while playing at home.It said the indiscriminate nature of these unguided projectiles and the deliberate targeting of civilians “may amount to a war crime.” It said evidence showed that “the primary purpose of the rocket attacks was to spread terror among the civilian population.”It also criticized Hamas’ use of tunnels as creating “palpable” fear in Israeli border towns and noted that Gaza militants’ extrajudicial killings of alleged collaborators amount to a war crime.Ghazi Hamad, a senior Hamas official in Gaza, rejected the report’s findings, saying it created a false balance “between the victims and the killers.” While Israel has long complained of bias, the stakes are higher now that the Palestinians have joined the International Criminal Court.The court has opened a preliminary examination — the precursor of a full-fledged investigation — into Israeli conduct in last year’s war and its policy of building settlements in the occupied West Bank. In a statement, its prosecutor’s office said it would review Monday’s report “in the context of its ongoing preliminary examination.”The court can intervene in cases where a country is deemed incapable of conducting a proper investigation. The Israeli military has launched more than 100 investigations into troop conduct last year, but only has issued three indictments for looting.The report said it is concerned that “impunity prevails across the board” and criticized Israel’s “recent lamentable track record in holding wrongdoers accountable.” It urged both sides “to take immediate steps to ensure accountability.”Gaza resident Hatem Qdeih, whose 6-year-old son died after being hit by Israeli fire, said he would like the boy’s case to be taken to the court. According to the report, the boy died after waiting hours at an Israeli checkpoint for medical care to arrive. Under the rules of war, homes are protected civilian sites unless used for military purposes. Israel has said it attacked only legitimate targets, alleging militants used the houses to hide weapons, fighters and command centers.However, the U.N. Human Rights Council report questioned the timing and intensity of the Israeli attacks.The commission said it investigated 15 strikes on houses in which a total of 215 people were killed, including 115 children and 50 women. It said many of the strikes took place in the evening or at dawn, when families were gathered for meals of the holy month of Ramadan or were asleep.The investigators said there were strong indications that the attacks on homes “could be disproportionate and therefore amount to a war crime.”The investigators noted that targeted attacks on homes continued throughout the war, even after the scope of civilian casualties became apparent. This, they said, raises “concern that the strikes may have constituted military tactics reflective of a broader policy, approved at least tacitly by decision-makers at the highest levels” of government.Although Israel refused to cooperate with the investigation, the report noted Israeli claims that it took unprecedented measures to avoid civilian casualties. Israel ordered residents to evacuate through leaflets, phone calls, radio broadcasts and warning strikes with unarmed shells ahead of live airstrikes. It has also noted that Hamas repeatedly rejected cease-fire offers, prolonging the fighting and raising the death toll. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility But the U.N. commission said that in many incidents, Israel “may not have done everything feasible to avoid or limit civilian casualties.”The report also investigated three Israeli ground operations, and found that Israel used heavy weapons like artillery and tank shells in densely populated areas, tactics that “may not be in conformity with international humanitarian law.”Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu angrily rejected the report.“Israel does not commit war crimes. Israel defends itself against a terrorist organization that calls for its destruction and carries out many war crimes,” Netanyahu said. He said the commission is “notoriously biased” against Israel.Israeli pressure forced the commission’s first chairman, Canadian law professor William Schabas, to resign after it was discovered he had done legal work for the Palestine Liberation Organization. Last week, Netanyahu accused the U.N. of “hypocrisy” after Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon criticized Israel for the death and suffering of Palestinian children during last year’s fighting.Neither Israel nor Hamas cooperated in the probe, and Israel did not grant the commission access to Gaza. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall JERUSALEM (AP) — A U.N. investigation on Monday accused both Israel and Hamas militants of committing possible war crimes in last summer’s Gaza war, finding that Israeli airstrikes on residential buildings caused many civilian deaths and suggesting Israeli leaders knowingly endangered them.The report, which Israel rejected as biased, further strained its already troubled relations with the world body and could provide new ammunition in a preliminary investigation of Israel at the International Criminal Court in the Hague. Hamas, condemned for indiscriminately firing thousands of rockets at Israeli cities and its use of tunnels to infiltrate border towns, also rejected the report. “We must remember that victims are not just numbers or collateral damage — that unfortunate word. They are individual people with human rights,” Mary McGowan Davis, the American judge who led the investigation, told journalists in Geneva.The war started July 8, 2014, after a chain of events stemming from the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank by Hamas militants and the kidnapping of a Palestinian teenager who was burned to death by Jewish extremists in a revenge attack. Israel arrested hundreds of Hamas members in raids in the West Bank, prompting militant groups in Gaza to step up their rocket attacks.More than 2,200 Palestinians, including 1,462 civilians, were killed during the fighting, according to the U.N. Seventy-three people, including six civilians, among them a 4-year-old boy, died on the Israeli side. Israel has blamed Hamas for the civilian casualties, saying the group used schools, mosques and residential areas for cover and noting that Hamas repeatedly fired rockets from populated areas.The Israeli military carried out more than 6,000 air strikes in Gaza during the war, including many that struck residential buildings. Top Stories Comments   Share   Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober A report by the U.N. council into the 2008-2009 Gaza war, conducted by South African jurist Richard Goldstone, found evidence that Israel and Hamas both committed war crimes. 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