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Typhoon Haiyan Aftermath
Death toll jumps to 5,209. the government-run Philippines News Agency reported..Show more..Typhoon Haiyan AftermathThe death toll from this month's Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines has spiked to 5,209, the government-run Philippines News Agency reported, citing the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. That's a significant increase from recent counts. On Thursday, the toll stood at slightly more than 4,000. The number of injured was at 23,404 Friday, with 1,582 still missing, PNA reported. The monster storm left behind a catastrophic scene after it made landfall on six Philippine islands on November 8, leaving many without immediate access to food and medical care. It flattened some communities and displaced about 3 million people...Hide
John F. Kennedy's deathFive decades after it served as the backdrop for a nation's grief and disbelief, Dallas' Dealey Plaza took center stage once again Friday as Americans commemorated the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. "A new era dawned and another waned a half century ago when hope and hatred collided right here in Dallas," Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said in his remarks commemorating Kennedy's death. Rawlings then read the final words of the speech Kennedy was to deliver that day. That was followed by a moment of silence at 12:30 p.m., the time Kennedy was shot a few feet from where Rawlings spoke. Bells tolled, and after a brief pause, cadets from the Naval Academy sang "America the Beautiful." Historian David McCullough read excerpts from famous Kennedy speeches...Hide
Mind Reading Micro HeadphonesSuch visions, of course, have not come to pass. But then again, as recently as 10 years ago, few would have envisaged that 3D-printed food, bionic body parts and invisibility cloaks were just around the corner. So, in what areas will the next major breakthroughs occur? Keeping in mind that prediction is more of an art than a science. A host of design and technology experts -- from academics to magazine editors -- in search of what might well just be the shape of things to come. Of course the next step from learning about your lifestyle is actually feeling it. These headphones from Neurowear can read your subconscious mind. Yes, really. With a sensor that measures brainwaves they detect your mood and select music from your playlists to match it...Hide
GUYEXPO OPENINGThousands turned up for the opening of Guyana’s largest trade and investment exposition, GuyExpo, kick starting the 2013 exhibition on a high note on Thursday evening. President Donald Ramotar, during an exclusive interview with Guyana Times following the opening ceremony, expressed optimism that this year’s expo will aid in creating strong linkages between local and foreign businesses.. If successful, these new linkages will see Guyana penetrating regional and international markets. Ramotar was pleased with the massive turnout, which was a record for the opening night, and was hopeful the trend will be maintained throughout the expo. He also said Guyana has to find innovative ways of keeping its skilled personnel since the country spends a huge amount of money on training, but loses many of them to greener pastures...Hide
Anthony hints on free agent decisionThe All-Star small forward said that he wants to finish his career with the Knicks, but added that he wants NBA teams, namely the Lakers, to chase him when free agency opens this summer. Carmelo Anthony can make more money — about $33 million more — with the Knicks, but his best chance at winning a title may come outside of New York. Carmelo Anthony reiterated that he wants it all: He wants to be a Knick for life, yet he also wants NBA teams — the Lakers, really — to court him when he becomes a free agent on July 1. The Melo-drama Part II is under way in the wake of Anthony confirming that he plans to opt out of his contract next summer and become an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career. And for the first time, Anthony hinted that it is a two-team race between the Knicks and Lakers. When asked about the long-held belief that the Lakers would pursue him, Anthony said: “What other team would they say? I don’t think they would say any other team. If you look at situations, that’s the only team that they probably would say.”...Hide
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