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yemeni health system crumbles as millions risk malnutrition and diseases - yemen

23 February 2017, Al-Hudaydah, Yemen - “Hospital staff have not received their salaries for the past 5 months. There are acute shortages of certain medicines and we need more fuel to ensure the hospital has electricity,” says Dr Khaled Suhail, Director of Al-Tharwa Hospital in Yemen’s third largest city, Al-Hudaydah.With more than 1200 employees and 320 beds, Al-Thawra Hospital is the main functioning health facility in Al-Hudaydah and neighbouring governorates.Every day, around 1500 people seek care at the hospital, a 5-fold increase since 2012 due to the influx of people displaced by ongoing conflict and the closure of other health facilities in the area.Last week alone, several thousand displaced men, women and children arrived in Al-Hudaydah Governorate, overwhelming already weakened h

hospital workers file lawsuit over government ‘pogrom’ | news

After accusing the government of a “pogrom” this week, the Panhellenic Federation of Public Hospital Workers (POEDIN) filed a lawsuit on Friday at the Supreme Court against hospital directors across the country for the ousting of some 700 department heads.The heads were replaced, POEDIN claims, to make way for people that are more to the liking of the governing party SYRIZA and to create a “hierarchy of frightened officials.”Health Ministry sources told Kathimerini this week that all replacements were legal.

woman gives birth in car after maternity ward closure

The hospital in Sollefteå, where the maternity ward has closed. Photo: Izabelle Nordfjell/TT
Less than a month after a maternity unit shut down in Sollefteå and inspired a course teaching women to give birth in a car, the first baby has been born on the roadside.
The closure of the maternity ward in Sollefteå, northern Sweden, at the end of January meant that expectant mothers in the sparsely populated area now have to travel to Örnsköldsvik or Sundsvall, both of which are around a hundred kilometres away.
On Thursday at 10.07am, a woman, who lives in Sollefteå, gave birth in her car on the road on the way to Örnsköldsvik after she and her partner did not make it to the hospital in time.
Writing in a public post on Facebook, she describes the experience as a "nightmare".
"It's t

trail bike rider seriously injured after crashing into parked caravan

A trail bike rider is in hospital with serious injuries after crashing his unlicensed motorcycle into a parked caravan in Baldivis on Saturday morning.Police say the crash occurred at approximately 8:35am on Beckingham Parkway near Wall Way when the rider of the Yamaha trail bike drove on the wrong side of the road and veered out of the way of an oncoming vehicle.
The rider was not wearing a helmet. Photo: Marina NeilPolice say the rider attempted to get back to the correct side of the road but lost control of the motorcycle, crashing into a caravan parked in the driveway of a house.The rider, a 22 year old man from Baldivis, was not wearing a helmet or protective clothing at the time.He was taken to Royal Perth Hospital with serious injuries.Police would like anyone that saw the crash o

car wrapped around power pole after horrific fatal crash north of brisbane

The impact of a shocking fatal crash north of Brisbane early on Saturday was so great that the engine was found 30 metres away from the car.Police said the bodies of two people were trapped for some time after the crash which left the vehicle completely wrapped around a power pole on Park Road at Deception Bay.
A car has been wrapped around a power pole in Deception Bay during the early hours of the morning. Photo: Queensland Police ServicePolice were called just before 3.30am after residents heard the crash.Nine News reported residents of the area had heard "a very loud crash" and rushed into the street to try to assist.Energex had cut the power to the area while emergency services work to free the car from the pole.AdvertisementMeanwhile, a 22-year-old man is fighting for his life in h

mumbai hospital staffer meets obese mp inspector

A staffer of Mumbai-based Centre for Obesity and Digestive Surgery today met Madhya Pradesh Police Inspector Daulatram Jogewat, at whom columnist Shobhaa De had poked fun over his obese physical condition in a tweet early this week.After meeting Jogewat (58), the administrative director of the Centre Flyod D' Souza said that the Inspector needs to undergo a thorough medical check-up and tests at their Mumbai-based centre."After the tests, a medical expert will take a call whether he should be administered medicine or operated upon," D' Souza who was sent to Madhya Pradesh by Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, an obesity surgeon and a laparoscopic expert said.Jogewat said that he will be overwhelmed with joy if he sheds weight and is fit again. He said that a top police official has also advised him to

tanner flores pleads not guilty to killing ashley doolittle

Flores FORT COLLINS — A Berthoud teen pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and second-degree kidnapping charges Thursday afternoon in a case alleging he shot Larimer County teen Ashley Doolittle to death in June.Friends and family of Doolittle filled the courtroom of Eighth Judicial District Judge Gregory Lammons to hear the plea of 19-year-old defendant Tanner Flores.Flores' attorney, Daniel Jasinski, filed a motion for an evaluation of his client's mental health before the case proceeds any further.District Attorney Cliff Riedel did not object to the evaluation, which state law dictates take place at state mental health facility in Pueblo.In setting a date for Flores' next appearance, Lammons noted he did not know how long it would take the Pueblo mental health hospital to complete

attacker bites off man's nose in road rage case

In a case of road rage, a 29-year-old man was allegedly attacked by three men who not only thrashed him but one of them also bit off his nose in north Delhi's Lahori Gate area.The incident happened on February 23 when Aman, a businessman had left his shop located hear SPM Marg around 9 PM for his home in his Innova car, said a senior police officer.Aman is a resident of Surya Vihar in Ghazibad and is in the business of food colours. He will soon be getting married on March 4. In his complaint, he told police that he took a u-turn towards Novelty Cinema since there was heavy traffic near Pul Mithai.When he took a u-turn towards Novelty Cinema, three men Vishal Pandey, Dheeraj and Vipin Mehra allegedly stopped his vehicle and told him that he was driving on the wrong side, said the officer.T

major fire at china hotel traps unknown number of people

A major fire at a multi-storey luxury hotel in east China's Jiangxi Province today trapped an unknown number of people, authorities said. The blaze on the second floor of HNA Platinum Mix Hotel in provincial capital Nanchang began this morning, fire fighters said.More than 10 construction workers were engaged in a decoration project on the floor when the fire broke out, said a woman who escaped the fire. A man who jumped from the second floor was injured and rushed to hospital.The four-storey hotel is connected to a 24-storey apartment building, where people are also found trapped, state-run news agency Xinhua reported. Nearly 10 fire trucks were working to put out the fire.

police step up search for missing elderly man

Police have stepped up their appeals for help to find an elderly, missing man.They are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday. The 88-year-old has been missing since Thursday.
Police are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday, 88, who has been missing since Thursday. Photo: WA PoliceHe was last seen around 4.30pm at St John of God Hospital in Midland where police say he was dropping off some paperwork.He left his Ballajura home around 1.30pm and was driving a 2011 model white Hyundai i30 hatchback with the registration number 1DVW166.Police believe he may have become confused or disorientated.He is fair skinned, around 180cm tall, and has a solid build.He may be wearing glasses and a black coloured t-shirt and blue jeans.Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call

kansas shooting victim:'i just did what was right thing to do'

A 24-year-old American who is being hailed as a hero for trying to stop a shooter who killed an Indian in Kansas City, today said it was "actually the right thing to do".Ian Grillot hid behind a table when the 51-year-old gunman, Adam Purinton, started shooting hurling racial slurs following an altercation at Austins Bar and Grill killing an Indian techie and critically injuring other.He counted the gunshots and when he thought the shooter was out of bullets, he jumped up to stop him but Purinton still had one round left, which he used it to shoot him and the bullet went through Grillot hand and into his chest."I guess I miscounted," Grillot said in an interview from his hospital room, in a video released by the University of Kansas Health System."I got up and proceeded to chase him down,

indian techie shot dead in us

An Indian engineer was killed and two were injured on Friday when an American navy veteran, yelling “get out of my country”, fired at them in a crowded bar in Kansas City.Srinivas Kuchibhotla (32), working at GPS-maker Garmin headquarters in Olathe, died in hospital of bullet injuries, while his Indian colleague Alok Madasani (32) was critically injured.The 51-year-old shooter started hurling racial slurs following an altercation on Wednesday night. A third person, an American man identified as Ian Grillot (24), who tried to intervene, also received injuries in the firing at Austins Bar and Grill.The shooter, Adam Purinton, reportedly got into an argument with the victims, and shouted “get out of my country” and “terrorist” before shooting them.How it all startedPurinton reportedly provoke

flexible work for all: employee benefits | human resources (hr) & human resource

Image via PixabayIn recent years there has been a rise in demand for flexible work. Whether the definition of flexible fits around hours or location, there is no denying that there has been an overall increase in interest shown by both employees and employers. This week we will look at the benefits to employees.On the employee side, there is a multitude of reasons why flexible work is a huge motivator to join and stay with a company.Flexible work accounts for the fact that at the end of the day, employees are human beings with lives outside of the office. Life, being the dynamic fluid thing that it is, often does not hold joys and challenges to the confines of the hours outside of business operations. Things happen when they happen. Just because it is 9 am on a Tuesday doesn’t mean that yo

brisbane bus driver punched to the ground by drunks

Police are soon to receive CCTV footage of bus driver being punched to the ground by two drunks at a bus stop at Mt Gravatt on Friday night.That footage will help police locate the two men who attacked the 42-year-old bus driver who was attacked near the Klump Road bus stop at Mt Gravatt around 9pm on Friday.
A Brisbane bus driver was assaulted by two drunk and disorderly passengers. Photo: Glenn HuntThe Brisbane bus driver named, Steve, was taken to the Princess Alexandra Hospital on Friday and remained there on Saturday for treatment,according to his two sons, Nine News said on Saturday.A police spokeswoman said police were now interviewing witnesses to the assault and hoped to trace the two men who will be identified using either the CCTV footage from the bus stop, or from the bus its

molecular 'on switch' could point to treatments for pediatric brain tumor

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers have identified a mechanism that controls the expression of genes regulating the growth of the most aggressive form of medulloblastoma, the most common pediatric brain tumor. In their report published online in Cancer Discovery, the team also identifies potential targets for future treatments. "We set out to find the most important regulators of gene expression programs in medulloblastoma," says senior author Miguel Rivera, MD, of theMGH Department of Pathology / and the Center for Cancer Research. "To do that we used a powerful genomic technology called chromatin profiling to map all the genomic elements contributing to transcription regulation in Group 3 medulloblastoma - the most aggressive subtype. This goes beyond measuring gene express

north korea: a family tree of the kim dynasty

The death of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia on Feb. 13 eliminates another member of the Kim family, which has ruled North Korea with an iron fist for more than 70 years. Current Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is suspected to have ordered the murder of his estranged older half-brother, who died en route to the hospital after two women held what police believe to be a poison-soaked rag over his face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.It is unclear if there was a direct motive for the 45-year-old's assassination, as he never expressed any desire to overthrow his younger sibling. However, Kim Jong Nam's close ties to Beijing — Pyongyang’s increasingly reluctant sponsor — may have vexed the young despot. In any case, his death sheds light on the dysfunctional and murderous dynasty whose tireless pursu

north korea: a family tree of the kim dynasty

The death of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia on Feb. 13 eliminates another member of the Kim family, which has ruled North Korea with an iron fist for more than 70 years. Current Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is suspected to have ordered the murder of his estranged older half-brother, who died en route to the hospital after two women held what police believe to be a poison-soaked rag over his face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.It is unclear if there was a direct motive for the 45-year-old's assassination, as he never expressed any desire to overthrow his younger sibling. However, Kim Jong Nam's close ties to Beijing — Pyongyang’s increasingly reluctant sponsor — may have vexed the young despot. In any case, his death sheds light on the dysfunctional and murderous dynasty whose tireless pursu

north korea: a family tree of the kim dynasty

The death of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia on Feb. 13 eliminates another member of the Kim family, which has ruled North Korea with an iron fist for more than 70 years. Current Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is suspected to have ordered the murder of his estranged older half-brother, who died en route to the hospital after two women held what police believe to be a poison-soaked rag over his face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.It is unclear if there was a direct motive for the 45-year-old's assassination, as he never expressed any desire to overthrow his younger sibling. However, Kim Jong Nam's close ties to Beijing — Pyongyang’s increasingly reluctant sponsor — may have vexed the young despot. In any case, his death sheds light on the dysfunctional and murderous dynasty whose tireless pursu

car wrapped around power pole after horrific fatal crash north of brisbane

The impact of a shocking fatal crash north of Brisbane early on Saturday was so great that the engine was found 30 metres away from the car.Police said the bodies of two people were trapped for some time after the crash, which left the vehicle completely wrapped around a power pole at Deception Bay.
A car has been wrapped around a power pole in Deception Bay during the early hours of the morning. Photo: Queensland Police ServicePolice were called just before 3.30am after a car travelling on Old Bay Road lost control and hit the power pole, killing the 21-year-old female driver and sole passenger, a 20-year-old man.Nine News reported residents of the area had heard "a very loud crash" and rushed into the street to try to assist.Energex had cut the power to the area while emergency service

the lonely life and miserable death of kim jong-nam

​Seoul: Kim Jong-nam led a life of loneliness and fear and seclusion, rejected by his father, orphaned by his mother, stuck in a shadowy exile where he had to constantly worry about spies and secret agents and reporters.And it all came to a pitiful end, with Kim slumped in a chair in a Malaysian airport clinic, his belly protruding from his navy blue polo shirt, then dying in an ambulance en route to the hospital. He had been smeared with VX, a lethal nerve agent that is used as a chemical weapon.Sweden culture warsVideo duration01:12Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:00Tensions escalate over Kim Jong-nam's ...Tensions escalate over Kim Jong-nam's deathA diplomatic row between Malaysia and North Korea is escalating over the handling of a probe into the killing of Kim Jong-nam. Sweden

teenager charged after police officer bitten during chase north of brisbane

A teenager has been charged after allegedly biting and hitting a police officer on the northside of Brisbane on Friday evening.Police said about 11pm a car left Church Street in Eatons Hill and hit a tree, with witnesses seeing the male driver fleeing the scene.
A police officer was bitten on the arm during a foot chase in Eatons Hills. Photo: Glenn HuntIt will be alleged police ran after the man and when caught he assaulted the officers by biting and hitting them.A 19-year-old Eatons Hill man has been charged with serious assault of police and was due to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday morning.A 16-year-old girl and a 22-year-old man who were passengers in the car, were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.A male constable was treated for a serious b

good samaritan allegedly stabbed after stopping an assault in melbourne

Police believe a man who allegedly stabbed a good Samaritan who tried to stop an assault in central Melbourne was earlier trying to start fights with other people. A man who allegedly stabbed a Good Samaritan in central Melbourne had earlier been trying to approach others to start a fight.The victim, 24, had just finished work at a nearby restaurant when he was allegedly stabbed while trying to help a woman who was being attacked in central Melbourne.As the victim interrupted the assault, the offender turned on him and allegedly stabbed him in the left side of his abdomen.He was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.The attacker fled down the Yarra Promenade shortly before midnight on Friday.Investigators are urging the woman who was assaulted to come forward to police.Polic

family of indian engineer killed in us 'hate crime' in shock

A pall of gloom descended on the residence of engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla at Bachupally here today when his parents and family learnt about his death after an American navy veteran yelling "terrorist" and "get out of my country" opened fire on him in the US.Srinivas Kuchibhotla (32), working at GPS-maker Garmin headquarters in Olathe, died of bullet injuries in hospital while his Indian colleague Alok Madasani was critically injured when the 51-year-old shooter, Adam Purinton, started hurling racial slurs following an altercation on Wednesday night in the US.Some cousins of Srinivas, who met and consoled his parents and other family members told reporters that after completing his B Tech from the city, Srinivas left for the US in 2005 for M Tech."Four years back he got married. He was hi

man grabbed steering wheel, forced head-on crash: court

A man grabbed the steering wheel of his ex-partner's car while she was driving and deliberately drove them head on into a ute, a court has heard.The 23-year-old passenger then also allegedly tried to attack a female doctor and an off-duty ambulance officer who tried to help.
The woman was forced into the path of a ute when her ex-partner grabbing the steering wheel, the court heard.  Photo: SuppliedHis 22-year-old ex-partner remains in hospital with serious injuries, while the driver of the ute also received minor injuries.The man, who was not injured in the crash, faced the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday morning on a string of charges relating to the traffic incident at Stafford on February 19.He has also been charged with violent offences relating to the same ex-partner on thre

police hunt burglars who stormed bendigo home armed with crowbars and taser

Police are searching for up to six burglars who stormed a Bendigo house armed with crowbars and a Taser late on Friday night.Two men in the house at the time were assaulted, police said - one cracked on the head with a steel bar.
Two men were injured after a home invasion in Bendigo on Friday night. Photo: iStockThe burglars - all men - crashed through the unlocked front door just after 10 o'clock at the house in Laurie Court in Bendigo's north.A 20-year-old man in the house confronted the men and was assaulted, police said.Another man, 42, also at the house at the time, emerged from a bedroom after hearing shouting and was struck in the head.The older man then managed to chase the burglars onto the street.AdvertisementA 44-year-old woman was also home at the time but was not hurt.The tw

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