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Conspiracy theory-endorsing musician Jerinx named suspect for allegedly defaming IDI

first_imgThe Bali Police have named musician I Gede Ari Astina, better known as Jerinx, a suspect for defaming the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI).Bali Police special criminal investigation head Sr. Comr. Yuliar Kus Nugroho said that his unit had detained Jerinx for questioning and had gathered enough evidence to declare him a suspect.“[The evidence] fulfills the criteria for defamation, insult and inciting hostility against the IDI according to the ITE [2008 Electronic Information and Transactions] Law,” Yuliar said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com. He has also accused “the global elite”, including United States billionaire Bill Gates, of being behind the pandemic and has publicly supported former health minister and graft convict Siti Fadilah Supari, who has voiced similar suspicions about the Microsoft cofounder.Jerinx has also ignored authorities and health experts’ calls for social distancing and mask wearing, including when he participated in a rally in late July to protest COVID-19 test requirements for travel in Bali.Jerinx is not the only musician to find himself in hot water over his remarks on COVID-19.The Jakarta Police also recently questioned singer/songwriter Erdian Aji Prihartanto, popularly known as Anji, who was reported for allegedly spreading false information after he published an interview on YouTube with Hadi Pranoto, who claimed to have found a cure for COVID-19. In the video, Anji introduced Hadi as a microbiology professor, before later retracting the claim. (mfp)Topics : Even before the post, Jerinx had repeatedly voiced his distrust of medical experts, particularly the IDI and the WHO, and endorsed various conspiracy theories surrounding the epidemic.In an interview with local broadcaster KompasTV in May, for instance, he claimed that the number of people infected by the coronavirus was manipulated to be larger than it actually is.center_img The IDI’s Bali branch had reported Jerinx – the drummer of the Bali-based punk rock band Superman Is Dead – to the police on June 16 after the musician accused the association of being “flunkeys” of the World Health Organization in a post on his Instagram account.“Because they’re proud of being the WHO’s flunkeys, the IDI and hospitals arbitrarily mandated that anyone who is about to give birth be tested for COVID-19,” Jerinx wrote on his Instagram account, @jrxsid, on June 13. “There is so much evidence that the test results are inaccurate, so why force it? If the test causes stress or death for the baby or mother, who will take responsibility?”last_img read more

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Malaysia’s Mahathir says political uncertainty won’t end with Anwar as PM

first_img“So the situation is very uncertain … either way, there is going to be a situation where there is no government in the country,” Mahathir told Reuters in an interview at his office in Kuala Lumpur.Mahathir, with Anwar’s backing, steered the opposition to a historic win in the 2018 election, ending six decades of rule by UMNO with a campaign against corruption.But his administration collapsed after a bout of in-fighting earlier this year, paving the way for Muhyiddin to take the post in March with the backing of UMNO.Muhyiddin’s seven-month-old government has survived with a two-seat majority in the 222-seat parliament. – Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday he doubted whether opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim had the numbers in parliament to take the premiership and even if he did the country would remain in political deadlock.Anwar met the king on Tuesday in a bid to prove he has a parliamentary majority to form government and take over from Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.Mahathir, who mentored Anwar and many of the country’s top leaders, said even with new leadership Malaysia would remain susceptible to shifting political alliances, particularly by the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) former ruling party. Mahathir said he did not support Anwar or Muhyiddin.The 94-year-old veteran politician and five other federal lawmakers from his new Pejuang party each submitted motions of no confidence in Muhyiddin’s leadership on Friday.Mahathir, whose decision to sack Anwar as his deputy during his first tenure as premier sparked a 20-year feud between them, dismissed his former protege’s latest claim of a parliamentary majority.”This is the kind of thing that Anwar is fond of saying … Already three times he has claimed to have the support that he would be the correct prime minister, only to find that he has no support,” Mahathir said.Anwar’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Should Anwar succeed in securing the post, it would be the culmination of a 22-year long quest, which included nearly 10 years in jail on sodomy charges he denied. It would also mean Malaysia would have its third prime minister this year.Topics :last_img read more

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Laurent Koscielny launches defence of Europa League as Arsenal bid to avoid shock exit

first_imgArsenal were humiliated against Bate Borisov last week (Getty Images)When asked whether Arsenal miss playing in the Champions League, Koscielny responded: ‘No, no. The Europa League is still a big competition.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It is still a European cup, but of course when you are in the Champions League you want to be in there every year and next season we want to be in the Champions League.‘But the Europa League this season still has a lot of big teams, it is a top-level tournament, there is Chelsea, Napoli, Valencia so it I think it is a big competition, more than last year, and every year it is more intense.‘Last year Atletico Madrid won the cup, so for us it is big opportunity to go in the Champions League.‘Now we have a game in front of us like tomorrow to get to the next rounds and try to get to the final and be in the Champions League next season.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityFor the vast majority of Arsene Wenger’s 22-year reign in charge of Arsenal, the club regularly qualified for the Champions League, playing in the competition 19 seasons in a row before dropping out ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.Wenger was never able to lift a European trophy with Arsenal, finishing as runners-up in the UEFA Cup to Galatasaray in 2000 and the Champions League to Barcelona in 2006 and Emery will be looking to go one better having won the Europa League three years running with Sevilla between 2014-16.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Laurent Koscielny has reiterated Arsenal’s desire to win the Europa League this season (Getty Images)Laurent Koscielny has launched a strong defence of the Europa League by insisting it is a ‘top-level tournament’ ahead of Arsenal’s game against BATE Borisov on Thursday.The Gunners are bidding to avoid a humiliating exit from the competition at the last-32 stage as they look to overturn a 1-0 deficit against the Belarusian champions at the Emirates.Arsenal reached the semi-finals of the competition last season – losing to eventual winners Atletico Madrid – and had been tipped to go far again under this term under three-time winner Unai Emery.Since 2016, the winners of the Europa League have qualified for the following season’s Champions League and with Arsenal facing a fight to finish in the top-four places in the Premier League, Koscielny admitted there is added incentive to take it seriously. Advertisement Comment Advertisement Laurent Koscielny launches defence of Europa League as Arsenal bid to avoid shock exit Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 20 Feb 2019 8:16 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link51Shareslast_img read more

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Governor Wolf Approves New Funding to Support Pennsylvania’s Farmers

first_imgGovernor Wolf Approves New Funding to Support Pennsylvania’s Farmers SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of more than $8 million in grants and low-interest loans to support Pennsylvania’s farms, including $5 million in grants awarded through the new Pennsylvania Dairy Investment Program.“We created the Pennsylvania Dairy Investment Program last year with one purpose: to help Pennsylvania’s dairy farmers,” Governor Wolf said. “The grants approved today are just the beginning of our mission to help modernize and support our dairy industry in a challenging, rapidly-changing business environment.”The Pennsylvania Dairy Investment Program provides grants to eligible applicants for researching new technologies, products and best practices; marketing to new domestic and international markets and exploring new business opportunities to diversify their operation and revenue streams; transitioning to organic production methods; and incorporating or expanding value-added dairy production, such as cheese and yogurt products.The governor’s Pennsylvania Farm Bill proposal includes continued funding for this program in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget and signals a commitment to Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry, with a special focus on helping dairy producers access the tools and resources they need to weather challenging market conditions. The $5 million in grant funding awarded at today’s Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) meeting will benefit 29 projects across 20 counties: Adams, Allegheny, Armstrong, Berks, Cambria, Chester, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Franklin, Lancaster, Lehigh, Luzerne, Mifflin, Northumberland, Philadelphia, Snyder, Sullivan, Westmoreland, and York counties, in addition to two projects with statewide reach.The projects include:Adams County: $427,474 to Apple Valley Creamery to design and build a new dairy processing facility located in Reading Township;Allegheny County: $23,500 to Turner Dairy Farms, Inc. for research and development of a new ready-to-drink coffee beverage to be produced at the dairy processing facility in Penn Hills Township;Armstrong County: $50,000 to Le-Ara Farms LLC to assist with the establishment of a milk processing facility at the dairy farm located in North Buffalo Township;Armstrong County: $28,985 to Bostonia Farms LLC for the purchase and installation of milk processing equipment at the family dairy farm in Mahoning Township;Berks County: $393,597 to Enchanted Acres Farm Group LLP dba Simpler Way Nutritionals LLC for research, development, and marketing to develop a value-added process for producing infant formula from Pennsylvania-sourced milk at its facility in Reading;Berks County: $40,078 to Rebecca Ruth Seidel for the construction of a milk processing facility at the family dairy farm located in Heidelberg Township;Berks County: $42,118 to Valley Milkhouse LLC for the purchase and installation of milk processing equipment at its processing facility in Oley Township;Cambria County: $427,474 to High View Inc. to expand its dairy processing facility in Munster Township;Chester County: $50,000 to Horseshoe Trail LLC dba Birchrun Hills Farm to expand its dairy processing facility located in West Vincent Township;Columbia County: $46,325 to Whitenight Family Farms to construct a raw milk bottling facility at the family dairy farm located in Fishing Creek Township;Crawford County: $366,364 for Titusville Dairy Products Corporation for the construction of a new cheese room for their Titusville City production facility;Cumberland County: $69,000 for Country Food LLC in for research and development of five new fermented milk products for production at its Monroe Township dairy processing facility; and $210,018 to increase capacity for processing lactose-free fermented yogurt for pets;Franklin County: $363,353 to Revittle to expand a creamery in Lurgan Township;Franklin County: $50,000 to Destiny Dairy Bar to assist with the establishment of a dairy processing facility in Peters Township;Lancaster County: $97,750 to Kreider Dairy Farms Inc. for marketing costs for their line of lactose-free milk produced and processed at the dairy farm located in Penn Township;Lehigh County: $38,556 to Haven Farmstead, LLC to construct a cheesemaking facility on Willow Haven Farm in Weisenberg Township;Luzerne County: $318,765 to Milkhouse Creamery, LLC to purchase equipment for a diary processing facility located in Sugarloaf Township;Mifflin County: $28,109 to Hameau Farm for the construction of an onsite testing lab and creamery facility located in Union Township;Northumberland County: $289,192 to Ross Family Farm Inc. to assist with the expansion of its milk processing facility at the family farm located in Upper Augusta Township;Philadelphia: $63,376 to Philabundance to market the Abundantly Good cheese brand in the greater Philadelphia region;Snyder County: $500,000 to Penn Dairy, LLC to for facility improvements and upgrades at the dairy processing facility located in Jackson Township;Sullivan County: $36,845 to Warburton Farm to construct a milk processing facility at the family dairy farm in Forks Township;Westmoreland County: $286,744 to Box 244H LLC, dba Pleasant Lane Farms, to construct a creamery for cheesemaking at the family dairy farm located in Unity Township; and $77,338 for marketing costs and the construction of an on-farm classroom and tour facility;York County: $425,741 for Caputo Brothers Creamy to assist with the expansion of its cheese processing facility located in Spring Grove Borough;York County: $49,297 to Michael Saylor Dairy to purchase equipment for a dairy processing facility at the dairy farm located in Warrington Township;Statewide: $100,000 for the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association to expand the “Choose PA Dairy” campaign at targeted retailers across Pennsylvania; andStatewide: $100,000 to the Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association for marketing costs of the Choose PA Dairy, Goodness That Matters campaign targeting central Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.“These investments are a significant step toward sustainability for Pennsylvania’s dairy sector,” Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding said. “Helping dairy producers diversify, respond to consumer trends, and market their products lets them focus on what they do best – produce the finest dairy products in the world.”During the meeting, the board also approved nine low-interest loans through the First Industries program to support farming operations and increase tourism. These loans will assist farmers with construction costs that will enable them to diversify their operations and acquire land. The First Industries program represents an important tool to support Pennsylvania’s agricultural sector and help individual farmers across the commonwealth.The loans, totaling more than $3.2 million across five counties, can be found here.For more information about the Commonwealth Financing Authority visit dced.pa.gov.center_img March 26, 2019last_img read more

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Gov. Wolf: Automatic Sealing of Criminal Records Takes Effect on One-Year Clean Slate Anniversary

first_imgGov. Wolf: Automatic Sealing of Criminal Records Takes Effect on One-Year Clean Slate Anniversary Criminal Justice Reform,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today participated in a press conference to celebrate the one-year anniversary of signing Clean Slate into law and to announce that automatic sealing of criminal records begins today.“Today, as the Clean Slate provision for automatic record sealing goes into effect, we will be freeing thousands of people from the handcuffs of history,” Gov. Wolf said. “These are people who have spent 10 years or more without reoffending or in some cases who were never found guilty or had their charges dropped.“These are people who couldn’t shake the stigma of making a mistake because our faulty criminal justice system didn’t allow them to. I’m proud of the work we’ve done with the General Assembly and the legislators here today to right this wrong.”Gov. Wolf spoke at a press conference organized by Justice Action Network and Community Legal Services where legislators, criminal justice advocacy groups, attorneys, and people affected by Clean Slate spoke about how the law is being implemented and already helping thousands wipe clean past criminal records to remove barriers to employment, housing, and education.“Number one. Thirty million. Today is a milestone for Pennsylvania because of these two numbers,” said Jenna Moll of Justice Action Network. “Pennsylvania has become number one in the nation, the first state to provide automatic sealing of certain low-level criminal records, eliminating the complicated and often prohibitive process of seeking a court order to seal a minor record in one fell swoop. Within a year’s time, 30 million of these records will be sealed in Pennsylvania’s court system, improving the lives of countless citizens and breaking down barriers to employment and productive lives.”Around one-twelfth of those 30 million cases will be sealed each month, starting with the most recent cases. This means that all non-convictions from the past 10 years will be sealed over the next few months, before any convictions will be sealed. The courts will be generating individual orders when cases are sealed, which the people whose cases have been sealed can retrieve at the county courts if they would like to have them.“Governor Tom Wolf, Rep. Sheryl Delozier, Rep. Jordan Harris, Sen. Anthony Williams, former Sen. Stewart Greenleaf, and other champions worked together to achieve this victory, and together are showing the people of Pennsylvania that this state seeks to be the home of redemption and rehabilitation,” Moll said. “The Justice Action Network commends these leaders for this remarkable achievement and stands ready as Pennsylvania continues its work towards a smarter and more effective criminal justice system.”“June 28 will be a banner day for this nation,” Sharon Dietrich, Litigation Director, Community Legal Services, said. “It is not only the first day on which criminal cases will be sealed by automation in this country, but when the 2.5 million cases are sealed in our 67 counties this month, that number may surpass all of the cases ever sealed in the United States. And 11 more months of the same will follow. I am so proud that Pennsylvania has pioneered automated sealing to so powerfully provide second chances to our friends and neighbors.”Since Clean Slate went into effect in December 2018, more than 8,300 people have sought help from CLS and the PA Bar Association on MyCleanSlatePA.com, which offers free legal counseling via an easy-to-complete online form. The site, with more than 31,000 visits, also explains the Clean Slate process and offers links to look up a public court record.CLS recently posted a video on Clean Slate to help people take action and learn if the new law is right for them. June 28, 2019center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Gov. Wolf’s Charter School Accountability Plan Saves Nearly $280 Million

first_img Education,  Press Release,  Schools That Teach Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf’s commonsense plan to improve the educational quality of charter schools and control rising costs will save nearly $280 million a year, the governor told the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators today. The governor has a three-part plan to fix Pennsylvania’s charter school law which is regarded as one of the worst in the nation.“Every student deserves a great education, whether in a traditional public school or a charter school, but the state’s flawed and outdated charter school law is failing children, parents, and taxpayers,” said Governor Wolf. “Pennsylvania has a history of school choice, which I support, but there is widespread agreement that we must change the law to prioritize quality and align funding to actual costs.”“My plan will hold charter schools accountable so parents and students have a high-quality option that prepares students for success and protects taxpayers.”Taxpayers spent $1.8 billion on charter schools last year, including more than $500 million on cyber schools. The rising cost of charter schools is draining funding from traditional public schools, which has forced cuts to classroom programs and property tax increases.The governor’s proposal would save school districts an estimated $280 million a year by better aligning charter school funding to actual costs. The plan caps online cyber school tuition payments and applies the special education funding formula to charter schools, as it does for traditional public schools, as recommended by a bipartisan Special Education Funding Commission. The Wolf administration met with legislators, school districts, charter schools, and other stakeholders to develop the plan.Despite costing $1.8 billion a year, charter schools have little public oversight and no publicly elected school board. For-profit companies that manage many charter schools are not required to have independent financial audits.“There are high-quality charter schools, but some of them, especially some cyber charter schools, are underperforming,” said Governor Wolf. “The inequities are not fair to students in charter schools or to the children in traditional public schools. It’s time for change.”A Stanford University report found overwhelmingly negative results from Pennsylvania’s cyber schools and urged reform. Eleven of the 15 cyber schools in the state are on the Department of Education’s list of low performing schools. The Achieving Community Transformation Academy, the lowest performing cyber school in Pennsylvania, will close by the end of December.In addition to legislation, the governor’s plan includes executive action and overhauling regulations. The Department of Education is using a fee-for-service model to recoup the costs of thousands of staff hours to implement the Charter School Law. The department is also developing new regulations for charter schools that will prioritize educational quality and transparency.Many education stakeholders are supporting the governor’s charter school accountability plan including the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials, Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators, Education Voters of Pennsylvania, Research for Action, American Federation of Teachers Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania State Education Association, as well as numerous superintendents and school board members.Comments about the proposed charter school regulations can be submitted to: Office of the Secretary, 333 Market Street, 10th Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17126. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Gov. Wolf’s Charter School Accountability Plan Saves Nearly $280 Millioncenter_img November 15, 2019last_img read more

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MDL Nets Mediterranean Sea Umbilical Deal

first_imgMaritime Developments has won a flexlay contract on a major gas field in the Mediterranean Sea.The project, due to start in 2019, will cover installation of an umbilical connecting the production wells to a fixed offshore processing platform.The work will be carried out using MDL TTS-4/310 Series tensioner, a 110-tonne unit, operated by MDL personnel.“The system will allow safe and efficient handling of the product thanks to its 5 meter track length and wide cylindrical track opening for passing of umbilical end fittings,” the company said.Maritime Developments did not reveal the name of the client, nor the field on which the work will be undertaken.last_img read more

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Hong Kong fertility clinic admits embryo error

first_imgHealthLifestyle Hong Kong fertility clinic admits embryo error by: – July 18, 2011 Share Share 20 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!center_img Share By Annemarie EvansBBC News, Hong KongThe Hong Kong clinic has apologised for the error but online mothers’ forums are angryA high-profile fertility clinic in Hong Kong has admitted that it implanted two embryos into the wrong woman.The two women affected are receiving compensation. Other pregnant women who have used the clinic say they are appalled by the medical error.The government’s Council on Human Reproductive Technology decided to take no action against the Victory ART Laboratory.The council ruled the mistake was down to human error, not systemic failings.A junior embryologist neglected to read the label on the embryos before they were implanted in the wrong woman through IVF.The clinic realised the error very quickly and the embryos were taken out and discarded.The woman whose embryos they were and the woman who had them implanted have both received counselling and have been offered compensation, the clinic told local media.Victory ART Laboratory has been allowed to stay open after the council’s investigation decided it was a human error.Some pregnant women who have used the clinic reacted angrily online.They said they were horrified by the error, with one saying she would consider a DNA test once her baby was born to check if it was hers.The IVF clinic is one of a group whose patients include several Hong Kong celebrities.The company also has clinics in Malaysia and the Philippines. Tweetlast_img read more

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Ighalo will stay at Manchester United – Merson

first_imgFormer Arsenal defender, Paul Merson, is confident Odion Ighalo will accept a permanent offer to remain at Manchester United after his loan spell. Odion Ighalo is only on loan at Manchester United until the end of the season The 30-year-old has been impressive for the Red Devils since his temporary signing from Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai Shenhua in January. Ighalo has returned four goals in three starts for Manchester United so far, and the ex-Premier League star believes he has been ‘outstanding’ in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team despite his limited playing time.Advertisement “When Odion Ighalo arrived at Manchester United in January, I didn’t really want to get involved in any conversations about him because, either way, there was a danger of being made to look silly,” Merson told Sky Sports. Read Also:Man Utd table lucrative £5.2m per year wages for Ighalo to beat off Chinese interest “If you said he was going to be awful he could embarrass you badly by performing like he did during that brilliant year he had with Watford or if you said he was going to be a good signing, he could still be the player who put in some awful showings just before he left Watford. “I didn’t want to get involved in that because it was a no-win situation. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universelast_img read more

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Families grieve for relatives slain in Mexico

first_imgLA MORA – AnAmerican man whose grandchildren were slain in a massacre in Mexico demandedjustice on Thursday for other victims of the country’s drug war, as relativesgathered from across the United States (US) for a funeral.  Relatives carry the remains of Dawna Ray Langford and her two sons, who were killed by unidentified assailants, to be buried at a cemetery in La Mora, Sonora, Mexico on Nov. 7. REUTERS/JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ Kenneth Millerlost his daughter-in-law and four grandchildren, all dual citizens, in anambush on Monday in the northern border state of Sonora that killed threemothers and six children. Miller said thefamily hoped the tragedy would draw attention to the thousands of victims inMexico, where violence has reached a record. The victimscame from prominent families which live in a handful of Mormon settlements inthe area that date back decades, including the LeBarons, Millers and Langfords.(Reuters)last_img read more

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