first_img introducing BizPaL, a free online service with one-stop shopping for permits and licences for all three levels of government changing the Companies Act to make it quicker and easier for businesses to incorporate, amalgamate or convert to an unlimited company 10-day service standards for government to issue business permits and licences. The province has met its goal of cutting red tape to business by 20 per cent, making it quicker and easier for Nova Scotia business owners to deal with the government. By offering more services online, making it easier to incorporate or renew a business, and offering businesses information from all three levels of government in one spot, the province has achieved goals set five years ago in its Better Regulation Initiative. “Business owners don’t want to spend their time filling out forms or standing in line to submit them,” said Premier Darrell Dexter. “They want to focus on building new markets, improving service and employing more Nova Scotians, which is what we want too. The more successful the province’s businesses are, the more successful the province is overall.” The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has designated today, Jan. 10, to Friday, Jan. 14, as Red Tape Awareness Week. The premier spoke to members of the federation at a meeting in Halifax today. He said Nova Scotia businesses spend an estimated 615,000 hours completing paperwork for provincial departments. A 20 per cent cut means businesses are now spending 123,000 fewer hours per year filling out government forms. “We’re always looking for ways to make it easier, and more convenient, for businesses to interact with government,” said Ramona Jennex, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. “Business and government have worked together on this important issue, and I am very pleased with the results.” Some examples of ways the province has streamlined operations to make things easier for business are: “We’re so pleased that government did what it said it would do: measure, reduce and publicly report its progress on tackling red tape,” said Leanne Hachey, CFIB’s vice-president, Atlantic. “Nova Scotia is now viewed as one of a few go-to provinces for other jurisdictions looking for ways to reduce red tape. This work has laid the foundation for ongoing progress — all of which makes it easier to do business in Nova Scotia.” A CFIB survey found that business owners across the country wanted to see government administrative burdens reduced by 10 to 25 per cent.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear an appeal over jurisdiction in the latest stage of a long-running effort by Innu First Nations to sue mining giant Rio Tinto.The government of Newfoundland and Labrador launched the appeal after Quebec’s highest court ruled that the Innu of Uashat and of Mani-Utenam and others could sue the company and its Iron Ore Co. of Canada subsidiary through Quebec courts.The attorney general of Newfoundland and Labrador has argued that Quebec courts are without jurisdiction in the matter because the mining operations are in Labrador.The Innu launched the lawsuit in 2013, seeking $900 million in compensation because the mine was built without their consent.They claim the mine, in operation since 1954, has caused environmental damage, displaced members of the community, and prevented them from practising their traditional way of life.The Innu First Nations of Uashat mak Mani-utenam and Matimekush-Lac John say they’re disappointed the Supreme Court will hear the challenge as it amounts to another delay in their lawsuit. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

WASHINGTON – The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits rose 68,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 368,000, the largest increase in more than a year.The surge in first-time applications could be a troubling sign if it lasts. But it likely reflects the difficulty adjusting for delays after the Thanksgiving holiday.The Labor Department said Thursday that the less volatile four-week average rose 6,000 to 328,750. That is close to pre-recession levels and generally a positive sign for job gains.Applications had tumbled in recent weeks to nearly six-year lows, partly because of a late Thanksgiving holiday that may have distorted the government’s seasonal adjustments. Economists believe this week’s jump in claims was a dose of payback for those declines.“What the seasonals give in one month they have to take back the next, hence today’s number,” said Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics.Applications for unemployment aid are a proxy for layoffs. A steady decline over the past year suggests that fewer Americans have lost their jobs. Economists will track the next few weeks closely to see if that trend is reversing, or if the surge is a temporary blip caused by seasonal adjustments.The recent drop in layoffs has coincided with a pickup in hiring. The economy has added an average of 204,000 jobs a month from August through November, up from an average of 146,000 in May through July.Employers added 203,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped to a five-year low of 7 per cent, the government said Friday. Four straight months of robust hiring have raised hopes that 2014 will be the year the economy returns to normal. As more Americans draw a paycheque, incomes and consumer spending generally increase. About 70 per cent of economic activity comes from consumer spending.However, the unemployment rate remains above the historic averages of 5 per cent to 6 per cent that are associated strong job markets.A healthier job market could lead the Federal Reserve to begin scaling back its extraordinary economic stimulus programs. The Fed has been buying $85 billion in bonds each month to keep long-term interest rates low and encourage borrowing and spending.More than 3.8 million people collected some form of unemployment benefits in the last full week of November.However, 1.25 million of them could soon lose those benefits. They received aid under a special federal program for the long-term unemployed that is set to expire on Dec. 28.The program extends aid that usually expires after six months for roughly 28 weeks. Congressional leaders have proposed a budget deal that would not preserve the additional benefits, meaning that as many as 2.1 million Americans would lose this assistance by March. US unemployment aid applications surge to 368,000, reflecting bump in claims after holiday AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Josh Boak, The Associated Press Posted Dec 12, 2013 7:01 am MDT read more

first_imgCCTV of Gordon Semple leaving Blackfriars station before meeting Stefano Brizzi Court artist sketch of Stefano Brizzi (second left) in the dock at the Old BaileyCredit:Elizabeth Cook/PA The former Morgan Stanley developer denied wearing a Breaking Bad T-shirt when he attended Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings, but admitted watching the American series through two or three times.Crispin Aylett QC, prosecuting, said: “Breaking Bad does rather glorify crystal meth because the down-at-heel chemistry teacher ends up as a drugs baron. “He ended up producing huge quantities of high-calibre crystal meth.”He reminded the defendant that there was a body that had to be “got rid of” in Season 1, Episode 2 called The Cat’s Out Of The Bag.During the episode, the main protagonist, Walter White, tries to dissolve the body but his sidekick Jesse uses the wrong kind of plastic sheeting and the bath gets eroded. Police outside the flat on the Peabody Estate, south London, where Gordon Semple's body was found Brizzi told jurors that after Pc Semple died, he felt he was living in a “bad dream” and decided that, rather than call police, he would cut up and dispose of the body.Mr Aylett suggested that Brizzi dismembered the body to avoid anyone finding out exactly how Pc Semple died.He said: “The condition you left the body in means the pathologist cannot tell one way or another. You could have hit him with a hammer, rendering him unconscious.”Only you know actually what happened to Gordon Semple and you did everything you possibly could to make sure nobody would be able to find out what happened to Gordon Semple because you chopped up his body and tried to dissolve it in acid.” Mr Aylett asked the defendant: “Do you accept you were living out an episode of Breaking Bad?”Brizzi replied: “I accept I considered without any rationality at all. I think I was inspired by that idea.”I took whatever was there, thinking maybe I can dissolve him. The bath was absolutely tiny, I had no knives, no saws, anything in particular out of the ordinary.”I had no idea what kind of chemical I was using. I’m not saying I was not inspired by that idea. What other ways did I have to dispose of it? I couldn’t bury it. I didn’t know where to start.” CCTV of Gordon Semple leaving Blackfriars station before meeting Stefano BrizziCredit:Metropolitan Police Court artist sketch of Stefano Brizzi (second left) in the dock at the Old Bailey A sadomasochist accused of strangling a police officer during a sex game has admitted being “inspired” by hit television series Breaking Bad when he tried to dissolve the body in a bath of acid.Stefano Brizzi, 50, told the Old Bailey he “panicked” and felt “paranoid” after 59-year-old Pc Gordon Semple died at his flat in south London while wearing a dog lead and mask.Under cross-examination, the crystal meth user was asked about his obsession with Breaking Bad, which “glorified” the drug. Police outside the flat on the Peabody Estate, south London, where Gordon Semple’s body was foundCredit:Warren Allott for The Telegraph Brizzi said: “I tried to get away with it. I did not act out a strategy of some kind of well- thought ideas.”The defendant admitted he had been “selfish” by not dialling 999, but he denies murder. The trial continues. I’m not saying I was not inspired by that idea. What other ways did I have to dispose of it? I couldn’t bury it. I didn’t know where to startStefano Brizzi Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

← Previous Story Vukasin Rajkovic to join HC Vardar Pro! Next Story → Podravka wins Croatian Cup Budućnost PodgoricaJagodinaWomen’s handballwomen’s regional handball leagueWRHLzajecar EHF Champions League finalist, Buducnost from Podgorica wins Women’s Regional Handball League third time in a row. At the Final 4 in Bar (Montenegro), Buducnost beats Serbian HC Zajecar 31:29 (16:15).Budućnost: Voltering (19 saves), Barjaktarović, Vukčević, Miljanić 2, Đokić 1, Marković, Radović 4, A. Bulatović, Savić 2, Popović 7 (3), K. Bulatović 10 (1), Cvijić 2, Mehmedović 1, Gjorgijevska, Knežević 2, Lazović.Zaječar: Pislaru (11 saves), Dragoljubović, Matić, Pavić, Peraica 2, Bartošić, Erić 6 (1), Stoiljković 3, Vučković, Nikolić, Georgijev, Nišavić 4, Pop-Lazić 11, Milanović, Mange 3 (2).Third place won Serbian vice-champion, Jagodina with a win over Macedonian Metalurg 25:22. read more

first_imgUNLESS YOU ARE very lucky, you probably have neighbours.Ok, ok, some neighbours are great, but for the most part they are a nightmare.Even if they’re good people, the basic premise of sharing space with people you don’t know is difficult.You have different tastes, different schedules, different lifestyles, so it’s unsurprising that at some stage or other, most people will have a run in with a neighbour.  Some of you may even have one tonight if someone decides it’s time for an impromptu party/pogo stick session/sing song!If you do, we hope you take comfort in the fact that you are not alone.  Here are 17 people who have been where you are.happyplacehappyplacehappyplacehappyplaceHuffington Posthappyplacesocialhype happyplaceImgurhollywoodgrindhappyplacehappyplacehappyplacehappyplacehappyplacehappyplacehappyplaceH/T to Happy Place who are the kings of neighbour notes.Any excuse to dig out the ESB ‘Going Back’ ad>last_img read more

first_imgAre you ready for a multicultural weekend festival? On Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 November, apart from the Melbourne Cup we have another reason to celebrate. Oakleigh’s Warrawee Park will be oozing with indulging aromas, luring us to taste the strong flavours of Greece, while traditional sounds will undoubtedly make even the most reluctant visitor join the group of folk dancers for at least one spin. Leader of the opposition and shadow minister for multicultural affairs and citizenship Daniel Andrews is to announce on Sunday that Labor will provide a $60,000 grant to Glendi. As one of Australia’s most popular Greek community events, Daniel Andrews, Jenny Mikakos (Shadow Minister for Community Services) and Oakleigh’s Labor candidate Steve Dimopoulos will announce Victorian Labor’s decision to financially support the Glendi if elected. The party recognises the Hellenic community’s huge cultural contribution to the City of Monash and the festival’s importance for preserving the strong connections between different traditions that are infused to the Glendi, keeping the Greeks of Victoria close to people from across the state.The Oakleigh Greek Glendi Festival might have started its humble journey as a students’ parade within Oakleigh Grammar’s school grounds, but it didn’t take long for it to turn into one of the community’s most engaging fiestas. It attracted more than 20,000 attendees in 2013, therefore, this year, the Greek Orthodox Community and District Inc. is to spread the Glendi over two whole days. The festival commences at 12 noon each day and celebrations continue well into the evening. The annual Glendi Parade will take place on Sunday 2 November at 11.00 am, accompanied with public addresses from key local politicians and community leaders.The Oakleigh Greek Glendi – Unity Through Diversity Festival, remains true to its name, trying to celebrate the local community’s rich Hellenic culture, while endorsing and promoting the many other cultural identities that are present in the Australian population through social acceptance and unity. The Glendi will include parades, roving dance performances, stalls, carnival style rides and children’s entertainment throughout Oakleigh’s iconic Eaton Mall and nearby Warrawee Park. This wouldn’t, of course, be possible if it weren’t for the support of the City of Monash and the Victorian Multicultural Commission, along with many politicians as well as other special guests who will be in attendance throughout the weekend. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_img Share your voice Random Post a comment 13 Photos Bill Gates Bill Gates has some suggestions for your 2019 summer reading list. Bill Gates/Gates Notes Summer vacation is almost here in the northern hemisphere. Woo-hoo! You’re heading to the beach. You could pack a romance novel or a lightweight spy caper. Or you could pack the five books Microsoft founder Bill Gates recommends you read. Get ready to get heavy.Gates’ summer reading list is an annual tradition. He released the latest version on his Gates Notes blog on Monday, giving you plenty of time to hit your local bookstore for some thought-provoking reading to pack with your sunscreen and bathing suit.”I’ve recently found myself drawn to books about upheaval (that’s even the title of the one of them) — whether it’s the Soviet Union right after the Bolshevik revolution, the United States during times of war, or a global reevaluation of our economic system,” Gates wrote, saying most of these books deal with the idea of disruption. 0 UpheavalJared Diamond’s Upheaval delves into “how nations managed existential challenges like civil war, foreign threats and general malaise” through a group of case studies. Gates acknowledged this might sound like a bummer, but said he left the book feeling optimistic about our ability to solve problems.Nine PintsIf you made it through all the bloodshed of Game of Thrones, then chances are good you can handle Nine Pints by Rose George. The subtitle clues you into the subject: “A Journey Through the Money, Medicine, and Mysteries of Blood.” “It’s filled with super-interesting facts that will leave you with a new appreciation for blood,” Gates said.A Gentleman in MoscowNow we detour into the realm of fiction with Amor Towles’ A Gentleman in Moscow. This bestselling novel follows the rich Count Alexander Rostov who is living under house arrest in a hotel in Moscow in the 1920s. The book spans several decades. Gates called it “fun, clever, and surprisingly upbeat.” Presidents of WarMichael Beschloss’ Presidents of War tackles the complicated history of US presidents and the conflicts the country became involved in, including the War of 1812 and the Vietnam War. “Beschloss’s broad scope lets you draw important cross-cutting lessons about presidential leadership,” said Gates.The Future of CapitalismGates said he doesn’t agree with everything in Paul Collier’s The Future of Capitalism, but that the author’s “background as a development economist gives him a smart perspective on where capitalism is headed.” Gates recommended this as a good analysis of the problems around capitalism today.While these five titles make up the official summer reading list, Gates also threw in a plug for his wife Melinda Gates’ The Moment of Lift, a book about the women who have inspired her. “I know I’m biased, but it’s one of the best books I’ve read so far this year,” he said. These books should keep you busy until the end of 2019 when we can expect Gates’ annual list of his favorite books of the year. 1:08 Tags How to check out digital library books Inside Microsoft’s HoloLens development lab Now playing: Watch this:last_img read more

first_imgWith Alaska LNG, how secret is too secret?Rachel Waldholz, APRN – AnchorageThe Alaska legislature officially gaveled out of its third special session this year. The House and Senate united behind Gov. Bill Walkers bid to buy out TransCanada. But the session was also marked by divides, especially over how much of the project should be kept secret.Obama brings Native youth into spotlightLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.Politicians and captains of industry would give a small fortune for this invitation, but a 16-year-old Anchorage girl had an hour-long discussion yesterday with the President of the United States. The opportunity came as President Obama addressed the White House Tribal Nations Conference, an annual event that started with his administration.Alaska appeals abortion funding decisionAssociated PressThe state of Alaska plans to appeal a judge’s decision that found a regulation further defining what constitutes a medically necessary abortion for purposes of Medicaid funding to be unconstitutional.At Fairbanks 4 hearing, bootmark ID’d on victim in questionDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksFairbanks police believed they could see the shape of one of the Fairbanks Four’s boot lugs in the facial injuries of John Hartman.Walker ousts agricultural directorEllen Lockyer, KSKA – AnchorageGov. Bill Walker is asking agriculture director Franci Havermeister to step down. In a surprise announcement Friday, Walker says he’s looking for new agricultural leadership.With new medical provider, Juneau clinic finds stabilityLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauFront Street Community Health Center in Juneau has a new permanent nurse practitioner after a year of temporary medical providers.AK: A classic holiday opera gets an Inupiat twistMonica Gokey, KSKA – Anchorage‘Hansel and Gretel’ is a classic German opera, often performed around the holidays. But an upcoming performance in Anchorage packs a uniquely Alaska twist. For an opera singer from Unalakleet, the performance blends an European performance with the traditional Inupiat folk lore she knew as a kid.49 Voices: Bernadette Charlie of FairbanksAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageToday, we’re hearing from Bernadette Charlie, a Navajo woman from New Mexico who moved to Fairbanks 11 years ago and married an Athabascan man. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more

first_imgProfessor Shamnad BasheerTwitter Intellectual Property Law specialist Shamnad Basheer passed away in a freak car accident in Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka. The 43-year-old scholar, who was the founder of Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA, was missing for the past four days after he had gone to Baba Budan Giri from Bengaluru for a health check-up on July 28. Shamnad was scheduled to return to Bangalore on Monday (August 5) but remained untraceable. His family members filed a missing complaint on Wednesday. The search party, along with the local police, was unable to locate his car initially due to heavy rains and thick fog in the area but later found it parked away from the road.Although an investigation into the incident is underway and the cause of death is yet to be ascertained, the Superintendent of Police of Chikkamagaluru, Harish Pandey, told The Hindu, “It seems like he slept in the car, switching on the heater. Inhaling too much of carbon monoxide could be the reason for his death. There are chances of a short-circuit too.”The post mortem will be conducted on Friday and his mortal remains will be taken to Kerala for the last rites. “We are waiting for the post-mortem to be done to obtain clarity on the death. Foul play is being ruled out because the car was locked from the inside and the key was in the ignition,” said Pandey. Professor Shamnad opened a new portal and paved the way for the production of cancer drugs at minimal cost in India. The legal scholar also argued that India has the potential to produce medicines for diseases, including leukaemia, without the application of global patent law.In a landmark battle with the Swiss drugmaker Novartis in 2012, Shamnad had argued before a two-judge bench of the Supreme Court that the company was trying to sell Glivec, a cancer cure medicine at a distinct twentyfold markup. The medicine is sold by the generic drug makers in India at a very low price and Novartis had tried for a patent over Glivec, which was rejected after which it approached the apex court.Shamnad, who is from Kerala’s Kollam, completed his graduation from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and did his post-graduation from the University of Oxford. He was also the Frank H Marks Visiting Associate Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the George Washington University law school in Washington DC.He started his career with an intellectual property law firm in Delhi, Anand and Anand. He founded IDIA in 2010 with a vision to help the students from rural and disadvantaged backgrounds to crack law entrance exams and provide them with quality education.In 2008, he joined the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata, as the first Ministry of Human Resource Development Chaired Professor in Intellectual Property law. He was awarded the Infosys Prize for Humanity in recognition of his outstanding contributions to legal issues.last_img read more

first_imgRelated posts:Costa Rica returns with full-strength lineup in last step toward World Cup qualifying Costa Rica humiliates the United States 4-0 in World Cup qualifier Costa Rica scores key victory over Trinidad & Tobago in World Cup Qualifying Costa Rican Men’s National Team hopes to make history again in Mexico From the first minute of Costa Rica’s dominating 3-0 win over Jamaica at National Stadium in San José Tuesday, the sudden change was obvious.It wasn’t just La Sele’s dramatic difference in play from Friday’s lackluster 1-1 tie in the first part of the team’s World Cup qualifying doubleheader against Jamaica, but a clear disparity in talent between La Sele and a solid Jamaican side that was on full display for a sold-out home crowd.After almost scoring on two occasions in as many minutes to open the game Tuesday, Costa Rica broke into the net in the fifth minute when star midfielder Celso Borges headed in an early goal.La Sele, which looked so passive during Friday’s game on the island, continued to dictate the pace from there, not allowing Jamaica’s speed to play much of a factor at all.Most importantly, the ball was constantly at the feet of Costa Rica’s playmakers. Whether it was Borges making decisive passes, Joel Campbell pushing the ball downfield, or Bryan Ruíz finding openings in the defense, La Sele’s best talents overpowered Jamaica in every way.In the 36th minute, Ruíz scored Costa Rica’s second goal when he cleaned up a deflected miss by striker Marco Ureña. Just as with Borges’ goal, the Ticos had three tries in as many minutes in a stretch where they were applying a flurry of pressure on Jamaican goalie Andre Blake.Really no comparisons can be made between Friday’s game and Tuesday’s near-perfect showing. Every area that looked flawed for La Sele in Jamaica was turned into a piece of art in San José. The passing was more precise, the transition to each level was so fluid, and there was a sense of urgency that just didn’t exist in the first leg.After not traveling to Jamaica, midfielder Johan Venegas scored in the 76th minute, just three minutes after subbing in, giving Costa Rica the 3-0 lead.In the teams’ first match, the Reggae Boyz killed La Sele with long lobs from the midfield, trying to take shots with their fast strikers. Ramírez’s defense put the clamps down on it in a hurry on Tuesday. In the 15th minute Oscar Duarte, the Spanish La Liga defender who didn’t play Friday, made a great clear of one such long volley. And when the Reggae Boyz were able to get past the five-man backline, it was superstar goalie Keylor Navas who played hero yet again for La Sele. Twice in the 17th minute, the Real Madrid keeper made clutch saves at the goal to keep a clean sheet.Navas was certainly helped by the middle of the defense that was anchored by Duarte, Kendall Waston, and Friday’s goal-scorer Johnny Acosta. Their physicality helped to neutralize Jamaica’s speed, as they were able to keep most everything in front of them Tuesday night.Costa Rica keeps its three-point lead ahead of second place Panama in their group of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, remaining just one point away from clinching a spot in the hexagonal, where the final six teams meet to fight for a spot in the 2018 World Cup. La Sele will not continue qualifying play until a Sept. 2 game against Haiti, the group’s last place team. Costa Rica then finishes the round robin back at home on Sept. 6 against Panama, which it beat 2-1 last November. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

first_img Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies It didn’t matter that she had not even been in Liberia during the epidemic. Nor did it matter that Liberia was declared Ebola-free more than a month ago.“It’s not just affecting people who are in the country — it’s all of us who have Liberian passports,” said Pailey, an academic, activist and author who is based at SOAS, University of London.“This constant stigmatization of the country has implications for our post-war economic recovery and for our post-Ebola economic recovery,” she said. “It’s almost like we’re a pariah.”The World Health Organization declared Liberia Ebola-free in early May. Still, fear of the deadly disease still reigns in many places, causing students to miss out on scholarships abroad, and keeping relatives from attending weddings and funerals.The virus can only be transmitted through direct contact with the bodily fluids of someone showing Ebola symptoms, but many countries remain wary of visitors from West Africa. Before strict controls went into place in Monrovia last year, a Liberian-American man was able to fly to Nigeria while sick, sparking an outbreak there.Liberia borders Guinea and Sierra Leone, where Ebola cases continue to appear, so some other countries are still screening travelers from Liberia since it is still highly vulnerable to a reappearance. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Robtel Neajai Pailey hadn’t been back home to Liberia since Ebola engulfed the country’s capital in July, fearful that doing so could make it harder for her to travel as countries around the globe clamped down on visitors with West African passports.So it was a mix of shock and anger earlier this month when she couldn’t get a visa to attend an important meeting in the United Arab Emirates that had been months in the making. 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breachescenter_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall While restrictions are slowly lifting, the changes are coming too late for many.Simankan Kouroumah’s father died in Senegal but because of the Ebola restrictions he could not have his father’s body sent back to Guinea by plane. Instead, he tried to bring the corpse home by land, determined to give him a proper funeral.At the border, officials refused to let the vehicle pass.“After a day at the border under the hot sun his body started decomposing,” says Kouroumah, a 32-year-old university professor in Conakry. “I asked the local villagers to help me bury my father there. There weren’t even 10 people there. He was buried like a thief or a pauper. It still haunts me.”___Associated Press writers Jonathan Paye-Layleh in Monrovia, Liberia; Clarence Roy-Macaulay in Freetown, Sierra Leone; and Boubacar Diallo in Conakry, Guinea contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Sponsored Stories Ebola returned to Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, this week after being absent for 18 consecutive days, officials there said. A young man sick with the disease in another part of Sierra Leone ran away from a quarantine area and came to Freetown, Patrick Fatoma, a spokesman for the National Ebola Response Center, told The Associated Press.“We at NERC are extremely disappointed and we are now actively conducting contact tracing and surveillance exercises,” he said Friday, adding that as of two days ago there were 19 Ebola patients in treatment centers across the country.The United States this week announced it is scaling back its screenings of arriving Liberians, Liberia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said, though Liberians will still have to enter the United States through one of five selected U.S. airports. They also must still leave contact information with authorities on arrival, said David K.B. Akoi with the Liberian ministry.The number of flight options remains slim for people wanting to fly into or out of Liberia. Only one of the airlines that withdrew its service at the height of the crisis — Kenya Airways — has resumed service since the epidemic was declared over. It joins the two carriers that never left — Royal Air Maroc and Brussels Airlines. Five other carriers have yet to resume service.last_img read more

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