Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry discussed everything with reporters from his arrival in Toronto, to the odd feeling leaving the court vs. the Nuggets and what he wants to see happen before the trade deadline.
Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry discussed everything with reporters from his arrival in Toronto, to the odd feeling leaving the court vs. the Nuggets and what he wants to see happen before the trade deadline.
BRUSSELS — The European Union faced questions Thursday about its commitment to Ukraine in times of need after the president of the EU's executive commission's president turned down an invitation from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to attend the 30th anniversary celebration of the country's independence. Zelenskyy invited Europe Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to travel to Ukraine in August. Her Cabinet chief, Bjoern Seibert, wrote to decline under his own signature, citing von der Leyen's heavy schedule at that time. The letter of reply was leaked to journalists. European Commission chief spokesman Eric Mamer said the letter had not yet been sent to Ukrainian authorities. He said it should have been signed by von der Leyen but was written while she was abroad as part of a trip to Turkey and Jordan. “Now, of course, the president herself will sign the reply that she would like to address to the Ukrainian president," Mamer said. Ukraine's foreign minister said Thursday that the country is looking for stronger backing from the West as Russian troops are amassing near its eastern border and fighting with Russia-backed separatists is intensifying. After talks with his counterparts from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba asked the Baltic nations to reach out to other European Union and NATO members about offering “practical assistance” to Kyiv. The 27-nation EU has been staunchly on the side of Ukraine during the 7-year conflict in eastern Ukraine and imposed sanctions against Russia over its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula. French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet with Zelenskyy in Paris on Friday to discuss the current situation. EU Commission spokesman Mamer did not give a specific reason why von der Leyen cannot attend the August celebration, but he reiterated the EU's support for Ukraine. “The Commission and the European Union are side by side with Ukraine," Mamer said. Von der Leyen hopes to organize a meeting with Zelenskyy ahead of the Ukrainian independence commemorations and has spoken with him three times since she took office in Brussels in December 2019. Von der Leyen was upset by a protocol misstep during her recent trip to Turkey. She was sidelined to a couch when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and European Council President Charles Michel took chairs close to each other for talks between the trio. The Associated Press
KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine's top diplomat asked Thursday for stronger Western backing, saying “words of support aren't enough” amid escalating tensions in the country’s east and a Russian troop buildup across the border. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, speaking after talks with his counterparts from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, asked the Baltic nations to reach out to other European Union and NATO members about offering “practical assistance” to Kyiv. More than 14,000 people have died in seven years of fighting between Ukrainian forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine that erupted after Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula. Efforts to reach a political settlement have stalled and violations of a shaky truce have become increasingly frequent in recent weeks. Ukraine and the West also have sounded alarms about the concentration of troops along Russia's western border, a buildup that the U.S. and NATO have described as the largest since 2014. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyyy is heading Friday to Paris to discuss the tensions with French President Emmanuel Macron. Russia has argued that it's free to deploy its forces wherever it deems necessary on its territory. The Russian defence minister charged earlier this week that the buildup was a response to security threats posed by NATO forces near Russia's borders. Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Thursday dismissed Western concerns about the Russian troop buildup as a “propaganda campaign" and urged the West to encourage Kyiv to de-escalate tensions in the east. Kremlin officials have warned Ukraine against trying to use force to reclaim control of the rebel east, saying that Russia may intervene to protect Russian civilians in the region. Amid the recent tensions, the United States informed Turkey that two U.S. warships would sail to the Black Sea on April 14 and April 15 and stay there until for about three weeks. But Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Thursday that the U.S. Embassy had notified Ankara that the two warships wouldn't be making the crossing. The U.S. Navy ships have made regular visits to the Black Sea in past years, vexing Moscow. Earlier this week, a senior Russian diplomat described the planned U.S. ships' deployment to the Black Sea as “openly provocative.” The three Baltic nations said Thursday's visit by their top diplomats to Kyiv was intended to show support for Ukraine and send a warning message to Russia. “This visit is intended to show that we stand in solidarity with Ukraine (and) strongly support this country and its right to self-defence," said Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, adding that it was also to “demonstrate to Russia that further provocative actions can have consequences.” ___ Associated Press writer Sylvie Corbet in Paris contributed to this report. Yuras Karmanau, The Associated Press
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Germany saw a drop in reported crime last year, partly due to pandemic restrictions that kept people indoors, although there was a rise in child abuse, domestic violence and cybercrime. The country's top security official, Horst Seehofer, said Thursday some 5.3 million crimes were reported in Germany in 2020. While violent crimes as a whole were down 2.4% compared with 2019, the number of homicides in Germany rose by 3.7% to 2,401 in 2020.
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NEW YORK — Newly vaccinated and armed with $1,400 stimulus checks, Americans went on a spending spree last month, buying new clothes and going out to eat again. Retail sales surged a seasonally adjusted 9.8% in March after dropping about 3% the month before, the Commerce Department said Thursday. The increase was the biggest since May of last year, when stores reopened after closing at the start of the pandemic. It was also much larger than the 5.5% increase Wall Street analysts had expected. Thursday’s report, which covers about a third of overall consumer spending, is the latest sign that the economy is improving as vaccinations accelerate, business restrictions are relaxed and more people are willing to head out to shop or eat. Employers, for example, added 916,000 jobs last month, the most since August. And U.S. consumer confidence surged in March to the highest level in a year. A third round of stimulus checks was sent out beginning in the middle of March, with most adults receiving $1,400. So far, about 159 million direct payments have been paid out to households, totalling $376 billion, the U.S. government said. The New York Federal Reserve Bank, which surveyed more than 1,000 people, said households planned to spend about a quarter of their most recent stimulus checks on goods. The rest of the money would be used to pay down debt or put aside for savings. Teresa Golden of Renton, Washington, said she used the first two stimulus checks to catch up on rent and bill payments. With the most recent one, she spent $500 on Levi's jeans, Old Navy clothing and shoes from Finish Line. Another $500 went to restocking her pantry with things that will last a long time on the shelf, such as ketchup, sugar, spices and Clorox wipes. “I finally caught up on my bills and could go on a bit of a spending spree,” says Golden, who works in accounts receivable at a school system. Americans spent their cash on cars, eating out and home renovations, according to the Commerce Department. But sporting goods stores saw the biggest jump in sales, up 23.5% in March from the month before, as people bought outdoor gear. It was followed by clothing stores, where sales soared 18.3%. That’s welcome news for clothing sellers, which lost sales last year after having to temporarily shut their stores at the start of the pandemic. Companies have said people are starting to socialize again and are using their stimulus checks for new outfits. Levi Strauss said shoppers are buying up wide leg and loose fitting jeans as they emerge from being stuck at home for a year. At Macy’s, there’s more demand for dresses as proms and weddings resume. And teen retailer American Eagle said sales are rising due to “pent-up” demand for its fashions. But not all retailers are benefiting: Bed Bath & Beyond, the seller of sheets and shower curtains, said this week that most of its customers don’t qualify for stimulus checks, and those that do are spending them on food, clothes and gadgets, stuff the company doesn’t sell much of. _____ Follow Joseph Pisani on Twitter: @ josephpisani Joseph Pisani, The Associated Press
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Rice is out of the NCAA women’s volleyball tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, because of COVID-19 protocols, and its opening match against North Carolina A&T on Wednesday night was declared a no contest. The Owls (16-5) were set to make their third straight appearance in the tournament, and sixth overall, after winning the Conference USA West Division title. Coach Genny Volpe says the team is devastated.
The Hearing Aids market is expected to register a CAGR of nearly 5. 58% during the forecast period, with a revenue of approximately USD 7,461. 17 million in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 10,816.New York, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Hearing Aids Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p06062841/?utm_source=GNW 28 million by 2026.COVID-19 negatively impacted the hearing aids market. The pandemic caused added challenges for hospital patients who are deaf or hard of hearing. The increased use of masks has negatively impacted those who rely on lip-reading and facial expressions to communicate. Due to social distancing, many hospitals have restricted interpreters and visitors, and they are instead offering patients video conferencing with hearing aids to overcome the limitations of the market growth. Furthermore, there are limitations associated with treatments, which restricted the growth of the studied market.The propelling factors for the growth of the hearing aids market include the rising burden of hearing loss, technological advancements in hearing aids, the rise in the global geriatric population, and the growing trend for customized implants. In the United States, hearing loss is more likely to be caused, owing to genetic defects. For instance, according to the United Nations data of World Population Prospects for 2019, the number of people over the age of 65 years would increase from 9% in 2019 to more than 16% of the total world’s population by 2050.In developing countries, preventable medical issues are often the major factors for hearing loss, especially infections, such as rubella or syphilis, which can lead to congenital hearing loss. For instance, as per the data published by the World Health Organization, in 2020, around 5% of the world’s population has disabling hearing loss. Additionally, it is also estimated that by 2050 over 900 million people or one in every ten people will have disabling hearing loss. Thus, the increasing prevalence of hearing disorders and hearing loss problems among the population led to the sales of a large number of hearing devices in the market.Growing noise pollution throughout the world has also a significant impact on the hearing abilities of people. Noise emission in heavy-duty industries, as well as public carnivals, is expected to damage the hearing capacity of adults, thereby, resulting in the increasing demand for hearing aids devices.There are various opportunities, like the incorporation of lithium-ion batteries in hearing aids, which help in propelling this market’s growth. Furthermore, technological developments related to the products that combine cochlear implants and hearing aid technology to overcome the high-frequency hearing loss in patients, are also found creating new opportunities for the players in the market. For instance, in 2020, GN Hearing launched ReSound ONE, that solves one of the most enduring challenges for people with hearing loss. This solution places an additional microphone inside the ear canal with a microphone and receiver-in-ear design (M&RIE) that uses the unique shape of every individual’s ear to collect sound.Key Market TrendsThe Behind the Ear (BTE) Segment is Expected to Grow at a Good Rate Over the Forecast PeriodThe behind-the-ear hearing aid device segment held a significant market share, in terms of revenue, owing to better connectivity, high efficiency, and easy usage. It is also considered to be ideal for most people with hearing problems. BTE products, because of their wide range of applications and wider target patients, are expected to grow at a high rate over the forecast period.However, there is a decline in the production of hearing aids, which is projected to hamper the segment’s growth. Wearing masks have become common practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. For people who use behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids, however, this may be uncomfortable. Thus, the pandemic has a negative impact on the segment studied.BTE aids are used by people of all ages, and they are suitable for almost all types of hearing loss. The devices are available in various sizes, from small devices to large high-powered instruments, which are streamlined and barely visible.Continuous advancements in the product are also helping in driving the market’s growth. In 2018, Hansaton launched rechargeable BTE Hearing System. The model has a lithium-ion battery that guarantees users 24 hours of battery runtime.Hence, due to the increasing number of hearing disorders and the advantages associated with BTE, the market is expected to witness growth at a rapid pace over the forecast period.Asia-Pacific is Expected to Have a Better Growth Rate Over the Forecast PeriodThe deaf community around the region is affected especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Coronavirus lockdown has made life especially tough for the region’s hearing-impaired population. Thus, in countries, such as India, in 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) uploaded a course called Introduction to COVID-19 in Indian Sign Language (ISL) that offers authentic information on all matters related to the pandemic.The Asia-Pacific region is expected to experience the fastest growth rate for hearing aid devices over the forecast period. There are factors, such as high noise pollution levels in countries, such as India, China, Japan, and other Asian countries that have a major impact on the growth of this market. According to hearit.org, among people living in the Delhi area in India, the overall prevalence of hearing loss was 26.9% among persons aged 5 years and over, in 2019.Furthermore, South Korea and China are among the key destinations where most of the manufacturing outsourcing is happening due to low manufacturing cost, superior manufacturing expertise, and a strong presence of trained professionals.Other contributing factors, such as a large patient pool, an upsurge in the aging population, and increasing healthcare infrastructure due to the involvement of private companies in research funding and services, will also boost the regional growth over upcoming years.Competitive LandscapeThe leading manufacturers of the hearing aids market are focused on market consolidation and expansion of their product portfolios. Due to the increased number of benefits, companies are also found focusing on providing advanced hearing aid devices with lithium-ion batteries. Companies offering advanced hearing aid devices are driving the market’s growth. For instance, 3D app from GN Hearing allows users to communicate with their hearing care professional and receive an adjustment without an office visit.Reasons to Purchase this report:- The market estimate (ME) sheet in Excel format- 3 months of analyst supportRead the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06062841/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place.__________________________ CONTACT: Clare: firstname.lastname@example.org US: (339)-368-6001 Intl: +1 339-368-6001
Sannabis received two approvals, one for registration as an entity to conduct Agronomic Evaluation Studies (PEA), and another for registration as a producer of selected seeds. Cali, Colombia, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- View Systems, Inc.’s (OTC:VSYM), Sannabis S.A.S. (the “Company”) announces the approval by an inspector from the Colombian Institute of Agriculture (ICA) of their Seed Bank Facilities in Popayán- CAUCA, Colombia, historically the country’s top marijuana growing region. The area is known for its unique landrace strains that have been sought after for many years by European seed banks due to their unique properties. These approvals allow for the commercialization of cannabis seeds certified by the Sannabis Seed Bank. Yesterday, the Ministry of Agriculture’s ICA performed a site visit at Sannabis Seed Bank Facilities for approvals to register as a producer of certified seeds, and to conduct Agronomic Evaluation Studies (PEA). Sannabis is happy to report that the ICA inspector has approved both, now they must wait for a final resolution from the Ministry of Agriculture to be issued before they can begin Agronomic Evaluation Studies. They were approved to study Psychoactive (>1% THC) and Non-Psychoactive (<1% THC) marijuana strains. Studies will begin with their University partners to certify the first 10 strains, including one to produce hemp building materials, such as hemp roof tiles Sannabis has developed along with a local University which have passed durability tests. These studies are necessary to be able to file a patent on these tiles. To see a copy of the reports approving the Seed Bank Facilities, click here. The phytosanitary studies require them to grow a test batch and measure its characteristics before coming to market in order to certify its genetics. Sannabis has registered Colombian Landrace Strains from the CAUCA department including Punto Rojo and Mango Biche. To see a list and technical specifications for the 160 Cannabis varieties they’ve registered with ICA, click here. As new countries legalize marijuana, they will need to source certified genetics from a national seed registrar such as Colombia’s ICA. Sannabis is in talks with several parties interested in working with them and will make announcements accordingly. The Ministry of Agriculture is not accepting new applications for Seed Use Licenses as of December 31, 2018. “These approvals, and subsequent Seed Use License, will allow us to forge relationships with the many global players looking to enter the legal marijuana industry in their home countries,” stated John Campo, President of View Systems, Inc. and co-founder of Sannabis S.A.S. “We’ve put many years of hard work towards achieving this goal and are ready to start providing certified genetics possible to customers around the World,” commented Juan Paulo Guzman, Director and co-founder of Sannabis S.A.S. Last year, Sannabis was issued a Fabrication license, click here to see their GRANTED Fabrication and Export License for cannabis derivatives. Sannabis also received notice from the Ministry of Justice concerning their cultivation licenses, they expect to have those licenses issued once the Ministry’s minor requests have been satisfied. About View Systems, Inc. View Systems Inc. provides security and surveillance products to law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions as well as to government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses. View Systems' products are used by commercial businesses and residential consumers wishing to monitor their assets and limit their liability. For more information, visit www.viewsystems.com View Systems Inc. (www.viewsystems.com) is the developer of the ViewScan Weapons Detection System, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sanctioned product used by law enforcement and correctional facilities, government agencies, schools, courthouses, special events, sports venues, military, and commercial businesses. View Systems entered into an MOU to acquire Colombian Cannabis company, Sannabis, to diversify into the burgeoning Cannabis industry with new management committed to continue developing their ViewScan Weapons Detection System in Colombia for the local and international market. View Systems intends to file for a name and symbol change in the near future, however, they will continue to develop their newly enhanced state of the art ViewScan products in Barranquilla, Colombia for the local and international markets. ViewScan is installed at government agencies in Washington, DC and elsewhere, major school systems, correctional facilities, ports, and police stations around the world. View Scan has also been used at events where top security clearance is required for former Presidents. In this Market Survey Report commissioned by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), ViewScan features are outlined in this report, https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/WTMD-MSR_0614-508.pdf Company/Media Contact: View Systems, Inc.John Campo, President/Chairman +1-410-236-8200 USA (Office/WhatsApp)+57-318-657-0918 Colombia (Office)email@example.com Forward Looking Statements Forward Looking Statements; This Press Release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Act of 1934. A statement containing works such as "anticipate," "seek," intend," "believe," "plan," "estimate," "expect," "project," "plan," or similar phrases may be deemed "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Some or all of the events or results anticipated by these forward-looking statements might not occur. Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include financing, the future U.S. and global economies, the impact of competition, and the Company's reliance on existing regulations. View Systems, Inc. or Sannabis S.A.S. does not undertake any duty nor does it intend to update the results of these forward-looking statements.
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LOS ANGELES — For a dozen and more reasons, Diane Warren would be overjoyed to win a best original song Oscar for her work in “The Life Ahead” starring Sophia Loren. A trophy for the Italian-language film's song, “Io Si (Seen),” would be Warren’s first after 11 previous Academy Award nominations came up short. “Yeah, it would be great to win. It would be (expletive) awesome,” Warren said. “I feel like a team that’s gone to the World Series for decades and decades, and never wins.” A triumph would be especially sweet for the veteran songwriter whose first Oscar bid was in 1988 (for the romcom “Mannequin”). The Academy Awards ceremony, originally set for February and delayed by the pandemic, airs April 25, the birthday of her late father, David Warren, and a coincidence that she calls “so cool.” “He believed in me so much he would take me to music publishers when I was 14 or 15,” Warren said. “My mom would be saying, ‘Why are you doing it? Why are you encouraging her? She can’t make a living off that.’” Warren, who drew up in Los Angeles, recounted her dad’s reply: “She has talent. She really, really wants this.” Her gifts and drive led to success in a range of pop music genres and in film, with her past Oscar contenders including “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” by Aerosmith and featured in 1998’s “Armageddon.” It was a hit tune, one of Warren’s many that include “If I Could Turn Back Time" by Cher. Toss out a big name — Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Adele — and Warren has likely worked with them. She's a confessed workaholic who typically writes solo but joined with Common on the 2019 Oscar-nominated “Stand Up for Something” for “Marshall,” a biopic about the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. “The Life Ahead” brought a new form of collaboration. Warren had written the music and words for the song when director Edoardo Ponti — Loren’s son — realized the Italian-language film needed lyrics to match. Italian pop star-songwriter Laura Pausini was brought in for the task and shares the Oscar nomination. Warren's music and lyrics are “amazing," said Pausini, who recorded “Io Si” for the film. The song and the movie carry the same message, "and that’s the goal.” In “The Life Ahead,” Loren plays the aged Madame Rosa, a former prostitute and Holocaust survivor who helps sex workers by taking in their children. She reluctantly adds an orphaned, street-tough Senegalese youngster known as Momo to her small brood, and the pair move gradually from distrust to love. Impressive newcomer Ibrahima Gueye, himself an immigrant to Italy from Senegal, plays the boy. The third movie adaptation of the 1975 Romain Gary novel “The Life Before Us” is a wrenchingly tender story of those who live on the margins of — and largely are invisible to — society, which prompted Warren's approach to the song. “The first thing I came up with, sitting at my piano, was, ‘I want you to know that you’re seen,' she said, breaking briefly into an a cappella performance. “It's so simple but it's so profound, because we all want to be seen.” The song became an integral part of the movie, heard in its translated version over the closing scene. Filmmaker Ponti gladly gives credit to Warren, who approached him in 2019 before “The Life Ahead” went into production with Ponti's legendary mother. “I hadn't even considered having a song in the movie,” he said. “She had gotten ahold of the script and something clicked for her. So when something clicks for Diane Warren, you just say, ‘Absolutely, I would love a song in my movie because Diane Warren is a great artist.'” When Warren came to his Los Angeles-area home early last year to introduce her creation, she was wearing a cast from a household accident, recalled Ponti, a writer as well as stage and screen director. “With her broken hand and her guitar, she sang the song in my living room,” he said, recalling it as a “a very bright day” in the up-and-down experience of bringing a movie to fruition. It's a cliché, but Warren says being nominated truly is an honour. Of the many songs introduced in movies each year, she said, a mere five are singled out by the academy’s music branch with “the best composers on the planet, the best songwriters, the best of the best of the best.” The other contenders include “Speak Now” from “One Night in Miami...” written by Leslie Odom Jr., a supporting actor nominee for the film, and Sam Ashworth. Whatever happens on Oscars night, Warren believes “Io Si (Seen)” is destined to become an evergreen covered by other artists. She's seen it happen often enough, but remains far from jaded by her work's influence. “I sit in my little room all by myself (writing), and somehow the song touches people and makes them cry and makes them feel something," she said. "It’s always amazing.” Lynn Elber, The Associated Press
OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole is pitching a $20-per-tonne carbon price for consumers in his party's plan to tackle climate change. The move represents a major policy shift for the party, which has long campaigned to scrap the program introduced by the Liberals under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The 15-page document, obtained by The Canadian Press, is set to be announced by O'Toole later this morning and outlines how carbon pricing would work under the Conservatives. It says the price would start at $20 per tonne and rise to no higher than $50 per tonne. The party, which did not immediately respond to comment, says its system would be more affordable than what's currently in place, and it would work with provinces to create a "Personal Low Carbon Savings Account." The plan says Canadians would pay into their account each time they buy hydrocarbon-based fuel, and then use that money to pay for products to help them live a "greener life," like a bike or bus pass. It says the accounts would be managed by companies similar to how a debit-card system works. "Even at this lower carbon price, we will ensure that this does not place an excessive burden on low-income Canadians and will protect farmers by ensuring that they have affordable options," the plan reads. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 15, 2021 The Canadian Press
Rescue boats and aircraft combed a swath of the Gulf of Mexico in search of 12 workers missing from a commercial boat that capsized off Louisiana.
Carrollton, Texas--(Newsfile Corp. - April 15, 2021) - Allied Energy Corp. (OTC Pink: AGYP), an energy company focused on acquiring and reworking oil and gas reserves in the most prolific hydrocarbon areas of the United States, is pleased to provide updates on existing activities. UPDATES ON PALO PINTO ACTIVITIES ("The Green Lease")Allied Energy Operating LLC, ("Allied") submitted and posted their bond for the P-4 and P-5 applications to the Texas Railroad Commission, Allied ...