Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment In a recent interview with French publication Le Parisien, 77-year old De Palma said the allegations of Weinstein’s sexual abuse and harassment will be the premise of his latest work. READ MORE Login/Register With: Facebook Twitter Advertisement HARVEY WEINSTEIN HORROR MOVIE TO BE SET IN TORONTOWriter and director Brian De Palma — best known for his direction on Carrie and Scarface — has decided that his newest horror movie will be “inspired” by the Harvey Weinstein scandal (Weinstein was arrested on charges of rape and criminal sex acts) and will take place during the Toronto International Film Festival.To the french media outlet La Parisien, De Palma said “I am writing a film about this scandal, which I am currently discussing with a French producer…it will be a horror movie, with a sexual aggressor, and it will happen in the film industry.” READ MOREBrian De Palma Says He’s Writing a Harvey Weinstein Horror FilmBrian De Palma became a horror movie icon when he helmed “Carrie” in 1976, and now more than 40 years later, he says he is returning to the genre to create a Harvey Weinstein horror film.
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Lucknow: Bollywood actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha’s wife Poonam Sinha joined the Samajwadi Party here Tuesday. “Poonam Sinha has joined the Samajwadi Party in presence of SP leader Dimple Yadav in Lucknow,” said the Samajwadi Party in a tweet. The party’s official Twitter handle also carried a picture showing Poonam Sinha joining the party in the presence of SP chief Akhilesh Yadav’s wife Dimple Yadav, an MP from Kannauj. Sinha is likely to be fielded from Lucknow seat against Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who is a BJP candidate, said party sources. Singh filed his nomination from the Lucknow Lok Sabha seat on Friday. Lucknow is going to polls on May 6 along with a total of 51 constituencies across seven states in the fifth phase of elections.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI has responded to a Facebook solidarity campaign launched to raise donations for Mohammad Laamarie, a Moroccan citizen in Belgium, who suffers from a heart condition that requires a costly surgical procedure.The 65-year-old Moroccan was visiting his family in Brussels when he suffered three heart attacks that almost claimed his life. He was immediately taken to the hospital where his family was informed that he needs an urgent Coronary artery bypass. To their surprise, however, the doctors reportedly demanded the family to pay 30,000 Euros before performing the operation on the patient.Given the high cost of the operation, the family decided to launch a solidarity campaign on Facebook to raise donations called “1 Euro pour sauver Mohammad” (1 Euro to save Mohammad). According to the supervisors of the fundraising campaign, king Mohammed VI gave his instructions to the Moroccan ambassador in Brussels to visit the patient and to assure his family that the monarch will personally pay a portion of the operation that is due to be performed on Thursday.The solidarity campaign said that they received hundreds of phone calls from anonymous people offering help just few days after the launching of the campaign.The donations will be used to support a portion of the hospital costs, all post-operative care as well as medications and other necessary medical care when Mohammed is back to Morocco, the campaign added.
CALGARY — Shares in Penn West Petroleum dropped sharply Wednesday morning after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced it had filed fraud-related charges against it and three former finance executives.The Calgary-based oil and gas firm’s stock fell by as much as 10.34 per cent, or 18 cents, to a 52-week low of $1.56 after it was briefly halted on the Toronto Stock Exchange for the announcement of the SEC filing. The stock pared losses to trade down 4.6 per cent by mid-afternoon.The news comes two day after Penn West changed its name to Obsidian Energy Ltd., vowing to distance itself from its debt-burdened and scandal-tainted past.Penn West Petroleum downsizes, changes name in hopes of turning page on troubled pastCommenting on the SEC charges, CEO David French says Penn West is co-operating with the U.S. agency.“Our expectations are that there will be a discussion around remedy,” he said.“We don’t see there being a material effect to the business and we don’t think that there was intention in any way with what Penn West did at the time,” French added.The SEC alleges the company and the three executives participated in a “multi-year accounting fraud” where hundreds of millions of dollars were moved from operating expense accounts to capital expenditure accounts to improve the appearance of its operating metrics.None of the allegations against Penn West and the former executives have been proven in court.The SEC charges involve accounting issues that led to the company reporting in September 2014 that it would restate its financial statements from 2012 to the first quarter of 2014.Last year, Penn West paid $53 million to settle resulting class action lawsuits by Canadian and American shareholders.French said he is “disappointed” that an issue thought to have been resolved in the past has emerged when the company is trying to adopt a new path forward. He added that the issues that led to the accounting scandal have long been resolved by the appointing of new auditors and adoption of new accounting control practices.The SEC alleges that the accounting errors were orchestrated by former chief financial officer Todd Takeyasu, former vice-president of accounting and reporting Jeffery Curran, and former operations controller Waldemar Grab.They, along with the company, are charged with violating “anti-fraud, reporting, books and records and internal controls provisions” of U.S. securities laws.“The SEC seeks permanent injunctions and monetary relief against all the defendants, officer-and-director bars from Takeyasu and Curran, and a clawback of incentive-based compensation awarded to Takeyasu,” it said in a news release.It said Grab is co-operating with the litigation and has agreed without admission of guilt to a settlement including permanent injunctions and a ban on acting as an officer or director.Phone messages left for Takeyasu and Grab were not immediately returned. Attempts to contact Curran have been unsuccessful.The SEC’s said its investigation found no personal misconduct by two former Penn West CEOs, Murray Nunns and David Roberts, who reimbursed the company for cash bonuses and certain stock awards they received during the period of the alleged violations.
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The attack on Camp Hurriya (Camp Liberty) left at least 26 residents dead and many more wounded, and also reportedly caused casualties among the Iraqi Security Forces in the vicinity of the camp, according to a statement issued by the spokesperson for the Secretary-General.“The Secretary-General calls on the Government of Iraq to promptly investigate the incident and bring the perpetrators to justice. There can be no impunity for such attacks. He reminds the Government of Iraq of its responsibility to provide for the safety and security of the Camp’s residents.”The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) also urged the Government “to do its utmost” to abide by its commitments in providing adequate security for the residents of the camp and to launch an independent investigation into the killings.The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) noted that the authorities have evacuated the injured to Baghdad hospitals, adding that the full extent of the casualties and damage to the camp is still being ascertained.“This is a most deplorable act, and I am greatly concerned at the harm that has been inflicted on those living at Camp Liberty,” said High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres. “Every effort must continue to be made for the injured and to identify and bring to account those responsible.”The residents of Camp Hurriya, many of whom are members of a group known as the People’s Mojahedeen of Iran, are staying there while UNHCR carries out a process to determine their refugee status, and resettle them outside of the country, in line with an agreement signed in December 2011 between the UN and the Iraqi Government.
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I might go and have a drink now, believe it or not. Cheers.Asked whether he would return to Coronation Street to resume his role as Kevin Webster, he added: “I don’t know. I might have a holiday first, I’ll have to go have a chat with my boss.”A spokesperson for the soap opera said management was “looking forward to meeting…to discuss his return to the programme”.The trial lasted eight days, during which the jury of eight women and four men heard of Le Vell’s “demons”, including numerous extra-marital affairs and alcoholism.The actor was first arrested in September 2011 but the Crown Prosecution Service did not proceed with the case. A review of the evidence earlier this year led to his re-arrest and the charges.Read: Second man arrested over Facebook posts about Michael Le Vell trialMore: Rape trial hears Coronation Street star told girl she would ‘die’ CORONATION STREET ACTOR Michael Le Vell has been found not guilty of all charges of rape and sexual offences in a British court this afternoon.Sky News reports the 48-year-old has been cleared of all 12 charges against him.The Manchester resident had denied all allegations, which included five counts of rape.Manchester Crown Court had heard from a girl – who cannot be named – claiming she was abused from the age of six.Speaking outside the court, the actor was jubilant.“I’m delighted obviously, it is a weight off everyone’s shoulders,” he said. “I would just like to thank my fantastic legal team here…I would like to thank ITV for their continued support throughout this traumatic time for all of us.
MEDICAL STAFF in the emergency department at the Mater hospital have been told to buy and clean their own ‘scrubs’ as part of hospital spending cutbacks – a move some staff fear poses a major infection risk.Staff were previously supplied with the standard blue and green uniforms, worn over their own everyday clothing, and had these washed by the hospital – but staff now have to take care of this themselves.Aside from the expense of buying their own uniforms – which are specially embroidered with the hospital logo, and therefore cost more than a standard set of scrubs – staff have also raised concerns about possible infection hazards under the new regime.Medical staff have voiced fears that domestic washing machines would not be suitable for removing any infection risk from a contaminated hospital uniform. TheJournal.ie understands, however, that staff have been advised not to speak to the media about the arrangements.One source said it was “farcical” to think that medical staff could be treating someone carrying a highly infectious disease, only to have their hospital uniform “brought home to wash with our family machine”.In a statement to TheJournal.ie the Mater said the initiative “was introduced in areas where uniforms were traditionally worn, for example emergency department, dialysis, oncology and haematology day wards.”This had been done “in consultation and agreement with relevant staff members”, it said, adding that the initiative was the hospital’s own and not a HSE instruction. The hospital insisted, however, that there was “no infection control issue” around the new regime.Seven-stage washThis conflicted with advice from Professor Ronnie Russell, a microbiologist at Trinity College Dublin, who said the best practice in hospitals was to run a seven-stage wash including peracetic acid on clinical textiles, including bedsheets and pillowcases.“The coats and the personal protective equipment […] used by the staff during nursing obviously become contaminated and they were vehicles of transmission of disease, just as hands are,” Russell said.“Really the odds of actually doing a decent job in a domestic washing machine are quite low,” he said.Russell said there were scientific publications which showed that the likes of MRSA, the so-called hospital ‘superbug’, could easily survive a domestic wash.There was also the possibility that clothing carrying an infection, while not being removed of that infection, could also cross-contaminate other garments in that wash.Even if the wash was on a high temperature, killing any bacteria, Russell said there was a possibility of endotoxin, when dead bacteria fall into an open wound and cause irritation.In general, Russell said best practice was for hospitals to provide appropriate changing facilities for staff, and lockers with two or three fresh uniforms for staff to use as needed.Because some hospitals did not have facilities for changing, however, some staff might put on their uniforms at home, before they leave for work – which could also pose potential infection risks.Read: Fianna Fáil TD tells Department of Health chief civil servant to quit
Image: Shutterstock/ihaveadarksoul THE CURRENT WARM spell is set to last for the early part of the week.But we can expect heavy, thundery downpours during Wednesday – continuing into the evening, as the weather begins to change.The temperatures will be in the 20s again today – reaching as high as 25 in some areas. However, the sunshine will be a little hazier across the north of the country, compared to yesterday, as cloud increases.It will be warm and humid tomorrow, with highs of 26 degrees. However, according to Met Éireann:Isolated thunderstorms will develop in the south of the country towards evening and gradually spread northwards on Tuesday night.Wednesday will be warm and sunny again, but the thundery conditions will increase as the day goes on.According to the latest forecast, “the heat and humidity will set off a number of heavy thundery showers during the day and these will continue to occur into the evening time as well”.It will be mostly dry but fresher on Thursday, with highs of 17 to 21 and a mix of cloud and sun.After that, we’re back to cooler weather. From Met Éireann, again:Friday: The weather continues to cool down with temperatures back to more normal values of 15 to 18 degrees. There will be a general increase in cloud and this will bring occasional patchy rain. 27 Comments Monday 19 Jun 2017, 7:51 AM By Daragh Brophy Share190 Tweet Email4 http://jrnl.ie/3451335 Image: Shutterstock/ihaveadarksoul Short URL 51,141 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article The warm spell will come to a (dramatic) end some time on Wednesday We can expect heavy, thundery downpours on Wednesday – and cooler conditions from Thursday. Jun 19th 2017, 7:51 AM Weekend: Saturday mainly dry, rain spreading eastwards on Sunday. Highs of 13 to 17 degrees.Read: Macron sweeps to victory in parliamentary election (but falls short of landslide) >Read: Attorney General to be appointed to Court of Appeal today despite criticism >
Mediator : “Les médecins ne seront pas les payeurs”Alors que le texte sur le fonds public d’indemnisation des victimes du Mediator doit être présenté mercredi en Conseil des ministres, certains aspects suscitent déjà la polémique. Une source anonyme affirmait notamment au Figaro que les médecins pourraient participer à l’indemnisation. Une information vivement critiquée, démentie par Xavier Bertrand ce dimanche.”Les médecins pourront être amenés à participer à l’indemnisation des victimes s’il est établi après expertise médicale qu’ils ont une part de responsabilité”, avait expliqué le ministère de la Santé à l’AFP samedi, en évoquant le texte qui sera présenté mercredi en Conseil des ministres sur le fonds public d’indemnisation des victimes du Mediatior. Cette information, qui a provoqué une levée de bouclier parmi les médecins généralistes, a été reprise par le journal le Figaro samedi. Mais Xavier Bertrand a apaisé les esprits hier sur France 5. Dans l’émission “C Politique”, le ministre de la Santé a démenti cette information : “Mettre sur un même plan le laboratoire Servier et les médecins, c’est n’importe quoi, c’est ahurissant”. Xavier Bertrand a alors immédiatement assuré : “Les médecins ne seront pas payeurs (…) C’est pas les médecins qui ont produit le Mediator. Ce n’est même pas les médecins qui étaient chargés de la police du médicament”.Pour lui, “ceci fait suite à un article sur la base de documents préparatoires et pas à partir du texte en lui-même”, en parlant du texte visant à créer le fonds public d’indemnisation des victimes du Mediator. Ce fonds sera entièrement géré par l’Office national d’indemnisation des accidents médicaux, des affections iatrogènes et des infections nosocomiales (Oniam).Xavier Bertrand a alors précisé qu’après examen du dossier et s’il y a eu “préjudice”, cet Office se retournerait “contre le laboratoire Servier. Point. Parce que c’est lui qui justement a produit le Mediator. Et L’Oniam ne va pas chercher la responsabilité d’un médecin”.Les médecins, scandalisés À lire aussiAntihistaminique : qu’est-ce que c’est ? A quoi ça sert ?Un peu plus tôt dans la journée, Claude Leicher, président de MG France, premier syndicat des généralistes, avait déclaré sur Europe 1 : “Je trouve cela particulièrement scandaleux que l’on cherche des boucs émissaires dans cette affaire à travers les médecins prescripteurs”. Par ailleurs, Gérard Bapt, député et président de la mission d’information de l’Assemblée nationale sur le Mediator s’est également prononcé contre une participation des médecins au financement de l’indemnisation au micro de France Info.Entre 1976 et 2009, le médicament antidiébétique largement détourné comme coupe-faim aurait fait entre 500 et 2.000 morts selon les études. A ce jour, plusieurs centaines de plaintes ont été déposées à l’encontre des laboratoires Servier.Le 9 mai 2011 à 09:16 • Emmanuel Perrin
SEATTLE — The iPhone 4 has arrived, but for some people the wait continues as Apple sprints to keep up with fierce demand for its latest gadget.From Tokyo to San Francisco, some stores started selling out of Apple Inc.’s newest iPhone just hours after it went on sale Thursday. Some would-be buyers walked away disappointed; tensions grew at Apple stores that hadn’t run out.In Aventura, Fla., Loren and Veronica McHenry held out hope, even after miscommunications landed them at the back of the line. They were told Wednesday that no one was allowed on mall property overnight, but returned the next day to learn 120 people had camped out at a nearby parking lot.As the crowd pushed closer to the store, Apple employees started yelling that the fire marshal was going to shut the store down unless people moved back. The McHenrys were shoved out of place and behind a large group of people who refused to budge from their spots. Loren McHenry, 42, said two men in front of them threatened to fight each other rather than move.Outside New York’s Fifth Avenue store, Jasmine Cordova, 25, said that given the hype and advertisements surrounding the launch, “they should make sure to stock enough.”
KEY LARGO, FLA. (WSVN) – The Coast Guard rescued two men from a sinking vessel near Key Largo.Crews responded to the 36-foot sailboat named “No Worries” at around 4 a.m. Thursday when passengers reported they were taking on water and on the verge of capsizing.Rescue crews pulled one of the victims toward their boat, while the other was hoisted up by helicopter.The men, identified as 40-year-old Eric Kample and 56-year-old Robert Pflugh, were not injured. They were taken to the Coast Guard facility.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Coast Guard members recruit on the University of Alaska Southeast campus in Juneau on Monday. (Photo by Adelyn Baxter/KTOO)By next fall, the first batch of University of Alaska Southeast undergraduates are expected to begin a first-of-its-kind scholarship program for Alaska.Listen nowStudents that are accepted to the College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiative (CSPI) become active-duty enlisted members of the Coast Guard, receive full salary and benefits and start a track to become fully commissioned officers upon graduation.UAS and the Coast Guard on Monday signed an agreement, establishing the program. During the signing ceremony, Coast Guard Rear Adm. Michael McAllister said the partnership opens up an “exchange of knowledge” between the campus and the Coast Guard.“It’s a great opportunity for the many, many Coast Guard men and women in Alaska, but particularly Southeast Alaska, to get engaged back in the classroom, whether they’re as students, as mentors, or even guest instructors from time to time,” McAllister said. “It’s an opportunity for students here at UAS to get out and learn about some of the things the Coast Guard does in terms of marine environmental protection, in terms of fisheries enforcement, in terms of search and rescue and give them experiential learning out in the field.”Students must be full-time sophomores or juniors to apply. Much like ROTC, students accepted into the program are on track to become fully commissioned officers upon graduation. They also receive up to two years’ full tuition. Unlike ROTC, CSPI students are active-duty enlisted members of the Coast Guard and receive full salary and benefits.Lt. Junior Grade Collin McClelland graduated from the CSPI program at Norfolk State University more than a year ago and is now assigned to Juneau. McClelland comes from five generations of military service, so being involved in a tight-knit community was a major factor in his decision to join.“Being a part of the Coast Guard in an area like this is something to be proud of and something that definitely makes you go home, go to sleep at night and you feel like you did something,” McClelland said.UAS Chancellor Rick Caulfield signed the agreement with McAllister, and said the campus has plans to create a scholarship for freshmen and sophomore students who plan to enroll in CSPI.“Juneau has a great marine industry, and the more we can educate young people about all aspects of the maritime industry here, whether it’s joining the Coast Guard or getting involved with the fishing industry or marine repair,” Caulfield said. “It gives students an idea of how they can make a living in this beautiful setting that we’re in and how important maritime industry is to our economy here in Juneau.”Applications for the first CSPI class at UAS will be due in January.
ChittagongTwo people were killed and 16 others were injured in a head-on collision between a bus and a container trailer at Joralganj area, in front of BSRM Steel Mills on Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Mirsharai upazila on Monday afternoon.One of the deceased has been identified as Md Asharaf, 42, a passenger of the bus. The bus driver was the second casualty, but his identity could not be ascertained.Sub-inspector Shafiqul Islam, in-charge of Juralganj Highway Police camp, said the accident took place at the area around 5pm when a Chittagong-bound Prantik Paribahan bus from Dhaka collided head-on with a BSRM Steel Mills-bound container trailer, leaving 18 passengers of the bus injured.Later locals rescued the injured and sent them to Chittagong Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) and Mirsharai Upazila Health Complex.Among the injured 8 were sent to CMCH and two of them died on the way to hospital, said CMCH police outpost sub-inspector Abdul Hamid.
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