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Africa: AllAfrica: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 22:30:09)
  • Kenya: With No School Amid Pandemic, Kenyan Girls Fall Prey to Pregnancy Risks
    [Global Sisters Report] Machakos -- Sarah, who is four months pregnant, ponders her fate as she sits in front of her house - watching her peers play outside their homestead in this settlement located 39 miles southeast of the capital, Nairobi. With her kanga wrapper tied around her bust and another colorful one on her waist, Sarah says she will not be returning to school even when coronavirus restrictions are eased.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 15:01:18 GMT
  • Africa: Africa's Pulse - Charting the Way Forward
    [World Bank] The latest Africa's Pulse, the economic analysis for the region, suggests governments prioritize policy reforms and investments to foster a strong economic recovery The analysis predicts economic activity will decline by 3.3 percent in 2020, confirming the region's first recession in 25 years Recommendations include sectoral reallocation policies to focus on modern economic sectors, and spatial integration policies to support more efficient job creation
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 14:51:53 GMT
  • Africa: Coronavirus Could Drive Up to 40 Million Into Extreme Poverty in 2020
    [World Bank] Washington -- Driven by the economic fallout of the COVID-19 global pandemic, growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is predicted to fall to -3.3 percent in 2020, pushing the region into its first recession in 25 years, according to the latest regional economic analysis Africa's Pulse: Charting the Road to Recovery.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 14:13:05 GMT
  • Africa: Covid, Climate and Conflict Conspire to Push Up Poverty
    [Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -- A triple threat of coronavirus, climate change and conflict means an ambitious goal to end extreme poverty by 2030 looks increasingly unlikely, the World Bank says
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 06:10:18 GMT
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    Belgie: Knack.be Wetenschap: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 17:53:00)
  • Fout in Britse coronacijfers door... te weinig kolommen in Excel


    De Britse coronacijfers van begin oktober liggen ruim een derde hoger dan eerst gedacht. Door een beperking in Excel werd eerst niet alles meegeteld. In België kan dat in principe niet gebeuren.

    Mon, 05 Oct 2020 20:06:10 +0200
  • Universiteit Maastricht werkt samen met IBM aan quantumcomputer


    De Universiteit Maastricht sluit zich aan bij een internationaal project van de Amerikaanse techgigant IBM. Dat werkt aan quantumcomputers, de computertechnologie van de toekomst.

    Mon, 05 Oct 2020 06:20:10 +0200
  • Supercomputer UGent krijgt de naam Hortense


    De Tier1 supercomputer die eind dit jaar aan de universiteit van Gent haar intrede maakt, wordt een van de 500 snelste supercomputers ter wereld.

    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 12:01:09 +0200
  • 'Revolutie door longkankeroperatie met VR-bril'


    Chirurgen van het Erasmus Medisch Centrum in Rotterdam spreken van een revolutie nu ze gebruik kunnen maken van een virtualrealitybril bij longkankeroperaties. Met behulp van de bril kunnen ze naar eigen zeggen veel gerichter opereren en blijft gezond longweefsel zo veel mogelijk gespaard.

    Sat, 19 Sep 2020 12:04:09 +0200
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    Belgie: Knack.be_Gezondheid: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 21:09:31)
  • Verzekeraars mogen gegevens van fitnesstrackers niet gebruiken


    Er komt mogelijk een verbod voor verzekeringsmaatschappijen om gegevens van fitnesstrackers en gezondheidsapps te gebruiken. Ook mogen ze hun prijzen en dekkingsgraad niet laten afhangen van de bereidheid van een klant om zo'n app te installeren. De Kamercommissie Economie heeft een wetsvoorstel van de PS in die zin goedgekeurd.

    Wed, 23 Sep 2020 14:17:09 +0200
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    Benelux: ZDnet Benelux: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 19:16:46)
  • Slimme energieprogramma's kiezen
    Je laptop heeft een batterij die niet eeuwig meegaat. Wanneer er geen stopcontact in de buurt is, moet je zo efficiënt mogelijk beginnen te werken. Boray Power kan je daarbij helpen.
    Tue, 29 Sep 2015 11:17:54 +0100
  • Digitalisering doet grote bedrijven pijn
    Grote bedrijven hebben het moeilijker met digitale disruptie dan kleine ondernemingen. Vele missen een overkoepelende digitale strategie.
    Mon, 25 May 2015 12:10:01 +0100
  • Tien misvattingen over de cloud onthuld
    Over het gebruik van cloud computing in bedrijven bestaan nog veel misvattingen. Wij schotelen u tien standpunten voor die dringend bijgesteld moeten worden.
    Mon, 25 May 2015 11:10:01 +0100
  • VR-bril met eye-tracking maakt virtual reality nog intenser
    De VR-bril van FOVE heeft ingebouwde eye-tracking, zodat de virtuele omgeving kan reageren op waar je naar kijkt. De mogelijkheden zijn eindeloos.
    Mon, 25 May 2015 10:10:01 +0100
  • Eén op drie bytes staan in de cloud
    Een derde van de data-opslag in de regio's Europa, het Midden-Oosten en Afrika (EMEA) gebeurt in de cloud. Dat blijkt uit een rapport van onderzoeksorganisatie IDC.
    Mon, 25 May 2015 09:10:01 +0100
  • Rotzooi uit Chrome verwijderen
    De grootste troef van Chrome zijn extra extensies: heel handig, tot je ze niet meer kan verwijderen. Tijd om dat probleem op te lossen.
    Mon, 25 May 2015 08:10:01 +0100
  • Deze week: Wiekloze windmolens en de gevaarlijkste websites
    Een Spaans bedrijf heeft een nieuw soort windmolens zonder wieken ontwikkeld en op welke websites loop je het meeste risico om besmet te worden met malware?
    Fri, 22 May 2015 16:02:05 +0100
  • NSA probeerde malware te verspreiden via Google Play Store
    Uit nieuwe gelekte documenten van Edward Snowden blijkt dat de NSA getracht heeft om malware op telefoons te verspreiden via de Google Play Store.
    Fri, 22 May 2015 15:32:53 +0100
  • Kwaliteitsslag cruciaal om goud te delven uit data
    [Whitepaper] De kwaliteit van data is per definitie slecht. Een kwaliteitsslag is cruciaal om meerwaarde te halen uit uw data.
    Fri, 22 May 2015 14:23:47 +0100
  • Outlook.com krijgt opfrisbeurt met nieuwe functies
    Microsoft brengt zijn e-maildienst Outlook.com binnenkort onder bij Office 365. Daarvoor werd de interface al flink opgepoetst en werden nieuwe features geïnstalleerd.
    Fri, 22 May 2015 13:35:12 +0100
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    England: Dailymail_TV_Showbizz: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 20:51:26)
  • Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock puts on a VERY hunky display in cheeky spoof perfume ads 
    The athlete, 27, put on a very hunky display as he posed up a storm for the spoof pictures to launch perfume Freshly Laundered - Eco Edition by Samsung on Thursday.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 18:38:04 GMT
  • Strictly's HRVY announces he is 'free from Covid' after testing negative for virus
    HRVY has announced he is 'free from Covid', eight days after he revealed he had tested positive for the virus.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 14:52:07 GMT
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    Europa: Belgie: Lowtechmagazine [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: Donderdag 4 Juni 2020, 00:02:48 )
  • Links, updates en evenementen juni 2019
    Lowtech festival tijdens Borgerrio (Antwerpen). Zaterdag 22 juni 2019 van 13:30 " 17:30 in De Roma. 11.11.11, Rooftoptiger, De Roma en Lokaal Cultuurbeleid district Borgerhout hebben een interessant programma opgesteld dat focust op ambachten en het gebruik van duurzame materialen. Utrecht Degrowth Symposium. Het eerste "ontgroeicongres" in Nederland vindt plaats aan de Universiteit Utrecht op vrijdag 28 juni van 13u tot 19u. Economische groei ligt aan de basis van een alsmaar stijgend energie- en grondstoffenverbruik. Op het symposium wordt gezocht naar duurzame alternatieven voor economische groei. "In Defense of Degrowth" is een goede (Engelstalige) introductie tot de ontgroeibeweging. Het e-book is...
    20 June 2019, 21:58:13
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    Europa: Engeland: Daily Express [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 24 september 2020 00:27:12)
  • Nicola Sturgeon torn apart over new demands for extra Covid funding from Westminster


    NICOLA STURGEON has been shut down the Treasury over her claims she would have been able to impose different coronavirus restrictions if Scotland was able to borrow more money.
    Wed, 23 Sep 2020 20:37:00 +0100
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    Europa: Engeland: Daily Mail [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 21:20:36)
  • Coronavirus UK: Northern fury at Boris Johnson's Tier Three lockdown
    Boris Johnson has signed off a new 'traffic light' system of curbs for England after wrangling between ministers and scientists, with Northern hotspots facing the the harshest Tier Three level.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 18:58:39 GMT
  • NHS will be 'unable to cope' if Covid infection rates continue to rise
    Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard, chair of Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, said people need to strictly follow restrictions or the NHS could be 'unable to cope'.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 18:11:35 GMT
  • Britons give up on Christmas: Just 13% believe coronavirus rules will be eased by the festive season
    Little more than one in eight (13 per cent) of those polled for MailOnline believe that restrictions on the number of people who can gather together will be lifted before the festive period.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:00:25 GMT
  • French First Lady Brigitte Macron's first husband dies a recluse aged 69
    André-Louis Auzière, a 69-year-old retired banker, ended his days in 'the strictest privacy' last December, according to one of the children he had with Brigitte Macron, who is now 67.
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 08:43:49 GMT
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    Europa: Engeland: Independent.co.uk World [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 12:32:46)
  • Boris Johnson news – live: PM’s Brexit bill puts UK on ‘very slippery slope’ towards dictatorship, says top judge
    <p>Follow the latest developments here&nbsp;</p>
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 10:30:07 GMT
  • England vs Wales predicted line-ups: Team news ahead of friendly tonight
    <p>Everything there is to know about the match this evening</p>
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 10:14:31 GMT
  • England vs Wales prediction: How will friendly play out tonight?
    <p>All you need to know about this evening’s match</p>
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 10:14:27 GMT
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    Europa: Engeland: The Guardian [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 8 oktober 2020 13:25:48)
  • Louise Glück wins the 2020 Nobel prize in literature – follow the announcement live

    The US poet has won ‘for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal’

    The Guardian’s resident poetry expert, Carol Rumens, cast an eye over a poem from Glück’s most recent collection Faithful and Virtuous Night, back in 2014. You can read it below.

    Related: Poem of the week: A Work of Fiction by Louise Glück

    Explaining their decision, one of the Nobel committee says Gluck’s voice “is candid and uncompromising and signals that this poet wants to be understood. She has humour and biting wit.

    “Even if her autobiographical background is significant in her works, she is not to be regarded as a confessional poet. She seeks universality ... Three characteristics unite to reoccur in her works: the topic of family life, an austere but also playful intelligence, and a refined sense of composition.”

    Continue reading...
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:17:35 GMT
  • Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate reaction, Trump calls Covid diagnosis 'blessing' – live updates

    Lisa Lerer writes for the New York Times this morning on how weirdly normal and ordinary last night’s vice presidential debate felt in the midst of a pandemic that has reached the president himself, and in the aftermath of last week’s tumultuous Trump-Biden debate. She says:

    As candidates have done for decades, they largely dodged the most interesting questions. When asked whether they had discussed safeguards or procedures “when it comes to the issue of presidential disability” a topical question given the two septuagenarians topping the tickets both avoided giving an answer.

    Mr. Pence refused to say whether he believed voters deserved more information about President Trump’s health, nor did he commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Ms. Harris refused to answer whether a future Biden administration would pack the Supreme Court despite Mr. Pence’s best efforts.

    In his final remarks of the debate, Pence pleaded for comity, a hard-to-swallow pitch given that he serves under a president who thrives on inflaming the country’s divisions and coming after a debate in which he frequently interrupted Ms. Harris.

    His words sounded shockingly like the standard political pablum of a previous era. If the Trump campaign wanted to project some sense of normalcy, in the middle of this unending pandemic, Mr. Pence may have accomplished that goal for the 90 minutes of the debate.

    Here’s some more on the dismayed and outraged reaction of relatives of Covid-19 victims to Donald Trump’s words“Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life” from Danielle Renwick. She reports:

    When Marya Sherron read those comments, “It physically hurt,” she said. “It feels like he’s calling those that died like losers, like they were too weak to combat it.”

    Amanda Kloots, whose husband, the actor Nick Cordero, died in July, called Trump’s comments “disgraceful”.

    Continue reading...
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:15:28 GMT
  • UK coronavirus live: hospitals 10 days away from 'critical' stage because of rising Covid cases, health minister says

    Latest updates: government warned people will seek ‘one last blow out’ if new restrictions on pubs in England are delayed until next week

    NHS Test and Trace has seen its worst week on record for the proportion of contacts it manages to trace, PA Media reports.

    Some 68.6% of close contacts of people who tested positive for Covid-19 in England were reached through the system in the week ending September 30, the lowest weekly percentage since test and trace began, and down from 72.5% in the previous week.

    Earlier this week Donald Trump claimed on Twitter that in most populations coronavirus would be “far less lethal” than flu.

    Flu season is coming up! Many people every year, sometimes over 100,000, and despite the Vaccine, die from the Flu. Are we going to close down our Country? No, we have learned to live with it, just like we are learning to live with Covid, in most populations far less lethal!!!

    Of all death occurrences between January and August 2020, there were 48,168 deaths due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) compared with 13,619 deaths due to pneumonia and 394 deaths due to influenza.

    Influenza and pneumonia was mentioned on more death certificates than Covid-19, however Covid-19 was the underlying cause of death in over three times as many deaths between January and August 2020.

    More than three times as many deaths were recorded between January and August this year where Covid-19 was the underlying cause compared to influenza and pneumonia.

    The mortality rate for Covid-19 is also significantly higher than influenza and pneumonia rates for both 2020 and the five-year average.

    Continue reading...
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:13:16 GMT
  • Coronavirus live news: court strikes down partial lockdown order for Madrid; Brazil cases pass 5m

    Madrid court strikes down partial lockdown order in city; Trump returns to Oval Office against CDC’s isolation guidelines; France sees record cases rise

    Iran has registered a record high 4,392 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, taking the total to 488,236.

    Health ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari told state TV there have been 230 new deaths, taking the total to 27,888 in the worst-hit country in the Middle East.

    Prisoners have been spending 23 hours behind their cell doors. A second wave will only prolong their distress, writes an anonymous prison officer in the UK.

    Since March, each prisoner has had only 10 minutes to shower and 30 minutes to exercise every day.

    At first, when the whole country was in lockdown, most prisoners seemed willing to accept this regime, as they could see what was happening in the world outside through their TVs. But as lockdown restrictions have lifted, the regime in prison has remained largely unchanged. We’ve had men locked up for more than 23 hours a day in hot, poorly ventilated cells.

    Related: As a prison officer, I'm afraid of what Covid restrictions are doing to inmates | Anonymous

    Continue reading...
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:12:27 GMT
  • Germany fears spiralling Covid spread as cases rise suddenly

    Rate of new infections reaches 4,000 with predictions it could soon exceed 10,000 a day

    Germany’s leading public health body has warned that the country’s coronavirus infection rate is in danger of spiralling out of control, amid a significant overnight rise in new cases to 4,000, and predictions the figure could soon reach more than 10,000 a day.

    Lothar Wieler, the president of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), said: “It is possible that we will see more than 10,000 cases a day and that the virus will spread uncontrollably.”

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    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 09:13:15 GMT
  • New Zealand whole again as Auckland lockdown ends

    Biggest city is once more free of curbs on gatherings and social distancing in restaurants and bars after beating second wave

    New Zealand is again a country united in its response to coronavirus, with Auckland joining the rest of the nation on the lowest alert level.

    Auckland was freed from restrictions on gatherings and social distancing requirements in restaurants and bars at midnight on Wednesday. That day three new cases were announced, bringing the total of active cases to 37. Key to lowering the alert level was the absence of active cases in the community, meaning all current cases are in quarantine facilities or managed isolation at home.

    Continue reading...
    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 03:43:58 GMT
  • Turkey and UAE openly flouting UN arms embargo to fuel war in Libya

    Guardian joint investigation finds both sides send military cargo planes to region, in blatant violation of agreement to end conflict

    Turkey and the United Arab Emirates are carrying out regular and increasingly blatant violations of the UN arms embargo on Libya, fuelling a proxy war that is evading political solutions, a joint investigation by the Guardian has found.

    Flight data and satellite images show both nations using large-scale military cargo planes to funnel in goods and fighters to forces or proxies inside Libya, routinely violating the 2011 UN arms embargo despite political promises to abstain.

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    Wed, 07 Oct 2020 07:00:32 GMT
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    Europa: Europa.eu Health: [ Geolocation ]   (Laatste update: donderdag 15 oktober 2020 00:32:23)
  • Research Headlines - A breath of fresh air for organ transplantation
    PictureBetter outcomes, even with older and less-promising donor organs: new methods trialled by an EU-funded project have generated compelling results, widening the scope to transplant kidneys and livers that might otherwise not have been considered. Patients and healthcare systems both stand to benefit.
    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 00:00:00 GMT
  • Research Headlines - Unravelling the mystery of how viruses evolve and spread
    Picture of a doctorEmerging viruses pose a serious threat to global public health. EU-funded research is helping to advance our understanding of how infectious diseases evolve and adapt genetically, informing our efforts to develop an effective response. Researchers have already applied these new methods to several public health crises, including COVID-19.
    Mon, 03 Aug 2020 00:00:00 GMT
  • Research Headlines - Protein analysis paints clearer picture of health and disease
    Picture of a doctorA visit to your doctor could soon provide a much more complete picture of your overall health thanks to new technologies developed by EU-funded researchers. They will enable a quick and accurate analysis of proteins from blood or urine samples to be carried out in the clinic.
    Thu, 30 Jul 2020 00:00:00 GMT
  • Research Headlines - Innovative contrast agents for more versatile medical imaging
    Picture of an woman with shoulder in painEU-funded researchers have developed an innovative and 'smart' prototype contrast mechanism for use in medical imaging that could provide doctors with important new insights to help diagnose injury and disease.
    Fri, 17 Jul 2020 00:00:00 GMT
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  • Homelessness: YMCA received 520 cases since January; 106 were supported and taken in

    Between January and September 2020, the YMCA shelter has received 520 cases, and has seen an increase in foreigners, especially immigrants ending up homeless, Anthony Camilleri, its CEO has told The Malta Independent.

    “In 2019 we had 886 cases. Between January and September 2020, we received 520 cases, out of which we supported 106. Whilst we have seen a slight decrease, this does not mean that individuals at risk of poverty decreased. Unfortunately, due to restrictions and health procedures, we have lost several cases that could have been helped.”

    Earlier in August, the NSO published a survey showing that 17.1%, which is equivalent to 82,758 people are at risk of poverty. That means that is the number of people who are living in households with an income below the at-risk-poverty-line. The survey is designed to collect detailed information on household characteristics, labour market, education, household income, material deprivation and social exclusion. 4,376 households were approached for the interview, out of which 3,785 completed the survey.

    This newsroom contacted Camilleri asking what his reactions are to the survey and what the situation at YMCA has been like.

    Camilleri highlighted that the recent survey shows the reality that YMCA has been speaking about for many years and how homelessness is an end result of many social factors, poverty being one of them. “We have always said that this social issue is a hidden one in Malta and our definition includes those living in inadequate housing or poor standard living. If we are to go by this definition shall we say that 17.1% of the Maltese population is at risk of facing ‘homelessness’?”

    He pointed out that there has been a decrease in the rental market lately due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but rent has never been properly marketed to ensure all types of families can afford renting. He said that, currently, there are individuals who cannot afford renting property, let alone buying one. “This tradition of buying property before getting married has changed in the past years. We know families that do not afford buying property and most of them do not afford to have rent increasing every six months to extremities of around €750 minimum for one bedroom apartment,” said Camilleri.

    Salaries are also another matter which needs to be properly addressed. “We still have cases of individuals being paid under the minimum wage, and it is high time that the general public understands that they are selling their time to their employers and should not accept less than what they believe their time costs.”

    When asked what the government should focus on when it comes to poverty in Malta, especially due to the coronavirus pandemic, Camilleri explained that COVID-19 has brought a huge change and difficulty to meet individuals in need. “First and foremost, it brought about a huge barrier that is still being felt between first liners and those requesting help. We have seen a huge decrease in those seeking help not because it is not needed but because of the restrictions imposed.”

    He said that one lesson that YMCA has learnt is that much more must be done to outreach to those families in need. “On 23 March of this year, we launched our Loneliness Response Line, and since then we had over 800 calls and messages with people who are at risk. Together with YMCA we have launched support groups where now we are meeting those individuals at risk socially and helping them accordingly.”

    Earlier this year, this newsroom had reported that the YMCA had set up a quarantine room which is purposely kept empty in case there are any COVID-19 cases at the shelter. Camilleri said that at ‘Dar Niki Cassar’, a set of quarantine rooms had been set up which, means that they could accept less individuals. “We have launched a second shelter by the name of ‘Y Communal House’ that nowadays is full, and we have 14 individuals living there.”

    When asked how many people are currently seeking shelter with YMCA recently, he said that the shelter has a capacity of 48 beds. “After the quarantine period referral cases have increased and we are receiving an average of four cases per week.”

    Camilleri also pointed out that, both last year and this year, the YMCA has had more foreign cases both legal and irregular immigrants.  The YMCA has also seen an increase in cases that are not seeking help and sleeping roofless in different localities in Malta.  “We have a service for roofless cases, ‘Y Visible’ which has helped over 33 individuals who were sleeping rough this year. It is imperative to say that those individuals without any address are sometimes refused to be assisted, and we have had these cases too.”

     


    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 13:58:00 +0100
  • Conscientious objection must be included in equality bill, pharmacists say

    It is indeed a worrying paradox that in drafting a legislation to eradicate discrimination and ensure equity and equality for Malta’s citizens, the Minister for Justice, Equality and Good Governance and the PS for Equality and Reforms have mooted a Bill (96) which in essence is a contradiction in terms in that it discriminates specifically against the wide community of all health care professionals, The Chamber of Pharmacists said in a statement.

    In the first instance, the Bill as drafted is envisaged to be a Supreme Act, (Clause 32(3) refers) rendering null all other enacted legislation. This has raised the alarm bells of many sectors of Maltese society in particular, healthcare professionals.

    The Bill as drafted and amended to date, undermines and renders null the Oath which pharmacists, who are independent health care professionals, on the day of their graduation and, since time immemorial, undertake a covenant with society they will serve throughout their professional life, by taking an oath whereby they will base their practice on science and conscience, reflected in the Code of Ethics of the Pharmacy profession which harbours the conscientious objection clause.

    Unequivocally their maxim is “primum non nocere” – “first, do no harm” in all its inferences.

    Pharmacists as stated in their Oath, cannot legally, professionally and ethically discriminate when rendering a pharmaceutical service to their patients and clients but they have the precious right to freedom of thought and conscience in their discernment of the cases presenting.

    They have a right to expect the Government of the day, which by proposing legislation to ensure that "nobody is treated less favourably in any sphere of life", and has a claim to championing democracy and pluralism, to continue to empower them and protect their rights to practice in an environment of freedom of thought and conscience.

    It should be clarified that this Bill as drafted and amended impacts the rights of freedom of thought and conscience which is guaranteed by the Constitution of Malta and recognized by the United Nations Charter Of Human Rights, the chamber said.

    Moreover, there are several Charters and Conventions of the Council of Europe which uphold these principles. Indeed, the PACE resolution recommends that Member States, including Malta should legislate to guarantee conscientious objection.

    The Kamra Tal-Ispizjara Ta’ Malta forwarded its submissions and amendments to Bill 96 the Minister and other relevant organisations and institutions including the House of Representatives and the Pharmacy Council  on 9 September.

    In a separate statement, the Pharmacy Council, the legally recognised authority regulating  pharmacists,  pharmacy technicians and qualified persons is gravely  concerned about the Equality Bill No 96 of 19-7-2019 as it has series implications on the pharmacy profession.

    This proposed law aimed to provide a legal framework to prevent any form of discrimination is in fact:

    1. Discriminating against pharmacists and other healthcare professionals; and

    2. Undermining their professional autonomy, moral convictions and moral integrity.

    Moreover, it does not include a conscientious objection clause.

    Pharmacists, in practising their profession, take decisions based on science and ethical principles inherent to the pharmacy profession and their conscience.

    The proposed articles 7 and 8 contemplate placing pharmacists into a conflict of conscience in relationship to their legal obligations to render a professional service which goes against their conscience. 

    Acting against one's conscience undermines the pharmacists' autonomy and their moral integrity, which  moral integrity is the hallmark of the trust based relationship between pharmacists and patients.

    Acting against one's conscience is in breach of the pharmacists' fundamental right to Freedom of Conscience and Religion as enshrined in our Constitution, in The European Convention of Human Rights and in the Charter of Fundamental Human Rights of the EU.

    The Pharmacy Council is most concerned about the proposed articles 3 and 32, the Supremacy Articles. These articles render the proposed legislation supreme over any other legislation,  any future legislation, the Code of Ethics of  the Pharmaceutical Profession and the Oath taken by pharmacists when they receive their licence to  from the President of Malta to practice their profession. It is inconceivable that pharmacists would be obliged to render a professional service, which is in breach of the Oath they have pledged to adhere to.

    The Pharmacy Council is against article 32 and strongly urges that this article be deleted.

    The Pharmacy Council must highlight the fact that it is imperative to include a consciencious objection clause  under article 6 (exceptions). This clause must include a proviso stating that  patients are informed of any conscientious objection in a timely manner, and that the State  should make provisions to ensure access to lawful health services to protect patients' rights.


    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 12:46:00 +0100
  • Online access to company data ‘should be reinstated’

    Malta has opened up an opportunity for illicit activity to occur, by removing all dissolved companies’ records from the online Malta Business Registry, a joint statement issued by the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation and the Institute of Maltese Journalists said today.

    Silvio Schembri, Minister for Economy, Investment and Small Business, announced in July that over 10,000 business records have been removed from the Registry, in an effort to “clean up” the register, the statement said.

    Companies acting in an unlawful manner will now be able to complete their business, and dissolve the company with minimal public trace of their activity. For Malta-registered companies that failed to give official ownership information, or file annual reports, only the name and incorporation date of the company is now visible online.

    Any inquiries into dissolved or struck off companies now have to be made in person at the Registry head-office, at a price of €20 per file. In an attempt to safeguard the UK’s reputation against the misuse of corporate entities, Companies House, the UK’s equivalent to the Malta Business Registry, recently announced that it will no longer remove dissolved company records from its website, while also reinstating all previously removed records. Malta could look to the UK, in this instance, and similarly enact measures that promote a more transparent system. Police, regulators and others rely on open data in their investigations.

     More needs to be done to ensure every trace of illicit activity is visible to national authorities and investigators, combating these crimes at the root, and ensuring they are prevented from occurring again. Police and regulators, in Malta and other member states of the European Union, rely on open source information to substantiate their investigatory powers.

    While the data is still available in-person, this option is only available to those located in Malta, with an ability to visit the head office, or with the financial resources to access the quantity of data. International investigators wishing to facilitate domestic investigations will be hindered by this decision. As past investigations have shown, cross-border collaborative investigations further the pursuit of justice and, for this reason, should not be restricted. Everyday citizens wanting to conduct a background check of dissolved companies may be financially hindered in their right to access information.

    Journalists rely on open data to do their work

    Data removal leaves investigative journalists without the tools to properly investigate the background of a company and report on matters that are of great interest to the public, the statement said.

    Malta Today used these tools in 2016 to report that Manuchehr Ahadpir Khangah, a close associate of the President of Azerbaijan, had set up a series of companies in Malta through Nexia BT, which were swiftly liquidated after just nine months. Without the essential tools of open source data, it is unlikely that this information would have been discovered, or reported on.

    In 2015, The Malta Independent reported on Malta-registered companies forming part of a web of international companies linked to the 'Ndrangheta and used for unlicensed gaming and money laundering. Two of the Malta-registered companies mentioned in the report have been struck off. Their records are no longer accessible online, making investigative reporting more difficult, particularly for media not based in Malta.

    Recently, The Shift News reported that Eximius Business Malta Ltd, one of the companies set up by Nexia BT and now subject to the court asset freeze against Brian Tonna, had acquired control of aviation company Eurojet Ltd from Tumas Group. Eurojet Ltd supplied the private jets former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat used. Eximius Business Malta Ltd has been struck off and its records are no longer accessible online.

    Bad actors getting mileage from secrecy

    Instantly purging data will incentivise the use of Maltese companies as getaway cars. Illicit activity will be harder to trace and harder to prove. This will work against the objectives set out in the Moneyval recommendations. A matter of public interest Public records on struck-off or dissolved companies are a matter of public interest, one that supersedes any right to be forgotten. Journalists, police and regulators, and interested parties, need this information to corroborate their investigations.

    Rather than removing data indiscriminately, Malta should increase its capacity to monitor the accuracy and legitimacy of details which companies provide. Greater transparency in the system will also further trust, encouraging more business ventures to occur in Malta.

     


    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 09:33:00 +0100
  • Italy imposes wearing of masks both outside and inside homes as virus rebounds

    Italy imposed a nationwide outdoor mask mandate Wednesday with fines of up to 1,000 euros ($1,163) for violators, as the European country where COVID-19 first hit hard scrambles to keep rebounding infections from spiraling out of control.

    The government passed the decree even though Italy’s overall per capita infection rate is among the lowest in Europe. But Premier Giuseppe Conte warned that a steady, nine-week rise in infections nationwide demanded new preventive measures to stave off economically-devastating closures and shutdowns.

    “We have to be more rigorous because we want to avoid at all cost more restrictive measures for production and social activities," Conte said.

    The decree was passed on the same day that Italy added 3,678 new infections and 31 deaths to its official coronavirus toll, the highest increase in new cases since the peak of the outbreak in April. Both hard-hit Lombardy and southern Campania added more than 500 cases each.

    Italy has over 36,000 confirmed COVID-19 deaths, the second-highest number in Europe after Britain.

    Even though the World Health Organization doesn’t specifically recommend masks outdoors for the general population, the trend has taken off in Italy, particularly as new clusters have been identified in southern regions that largely escaped the first wave of infection.

    The new mask mandate was contained in a government decree extending the state of emergency until Jan. 31. It requires residents to have masks on them at all times outdoors, and wear them unless they can guarantee that they can remain completely isolated from anyone other than family. That effectively makes them obligatory outdoors in all urban and semi-urban settings, with exemptions for eating in restaurants and bars.

    In addition, masks must now be worn indoors everywhere except private homes, but even at home, Conte urged Italians to keep their distances with relatives, given most new infections are occurring within families.

    “The state can't ask citizens to wear masks in their own homes," Conte said. “But we have a strong recommendation for all citizens: Even in our families we have to be careful."

    Exceptions include for outdoor sporting activities, children under 6 and for people with health conditions that preclude wearing masks.

    Fines ranging from 400 to 1,000 euros ($463 to $1,163) are foreseen for violations, Italian news agency ANSA said.

    Italy thus is joining Spain, Turkey, North Macedonia, India and a handful of other Asian countries in imposing a nationwide, outdoor mask mandate. Spain has had such a requirement in place since mid-May and Turkey since last month.

    Elsewhere in Europe, such outdoor mandates are in effect in hot spot cities such as Paris, Brussels and Pristina, Kosovo. In many Asian countries, social pressure to wear masks outdoors has made binding government decrees unnecessary. The Australian state of Victoria has had one in place for weeks.

    Italy has one of the lowest infection rates in Europe, at 46.5 cases per 100,000 residents over the last two weeks. By contrast, the Czech Republic counts 327 per 100,000 while Spain has 302, France 248 and Belgium 233 per 100,000.

    While Paris and Brussels have closured bars to cope with the rising infections and Britain has capped pub hours, Conte has said that Italy wouldn’t impose any curfews or close bars.

    The Vatican, which followed Italy’s strict lockdown in spring and summer, also imposed an outdoor mask mandate this week in the tiny city state in the center of Rome. Pope Francis, however, didn’t wear a mask during his indoor general audience Wednesday, even as he greeted well-wishers and shook their hands.

    Italy became the epicenter of the European outbreak after the first domestic case was identified Feb. 21 in northern Lombardy. The country largely tamed the virus with a strict, nationwide 10-week lockdown, but infections have crept up since August vacations.

    There have been various hypotheses for why Italy’s rebound has been slower than in neighboring countries like Spain or France, where daily new cases often top 10,000. Chief among them is the fact that Italians, seriously scared by the devastation of the initial outbreak in the north, have generally abided by mask mandates and social distancing norms.

    Also, Italy’s national health care system has continued to aggressively trace new infection, as well as test passengers on arrival from at-risk countries — and even from its own island of Sardinia after the jet-set destination became a hotspot this summer.

    That said, Italy's testing capacity has its limitations. It can only process around 120,000 tests a day, more than double what it processed during the peak of the outbreak. But some experts say Italy needs to more than double that number as the virus has now spread across the country.


    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 09:04:00 +0100
  • Alfred Sant expresses support to new Financial Services Commissioner

    Alfred Sant has voted in favour of Ms Mairead McGuinness for the role of Commissioner for Financial Services following a hearing in the Economic and Monetary affairs committee on Friday.

    Sant, a member of the committee, said she gave a polished performance that showed that she was more than capable for the complex job. 

    McGuinness won the support of the European Parliament to become a commissioner, in a 583-75 vote with 37 abstentions. Her nomination was prompted by the resignation of the former Trade Commissioner, Phil Hogan, for breaking coronavirus restrictions in his home country, Ireland.

    “Coming from the smallest Member State in the EU, I can only welcome the appointment of someone with experience of how a small economy must navigate to survive in the globalised environment of financial services”, Alfred Sant said.

    Her qualities and experience will be useful to have among those who will be steering Europe towards a well functioning capital markets union, a key dossier for which Alfred Sant is a rapporteur on behalf of the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament.

    Alfred Sant also welcomed the fact that McGuinness demonstrated her commitment to non-negotiable transparency in the oversight of Europe’s financial services industry and the establishment of new policies for its future. 

    A member of Irish party Fine Gael, Mairead McGuinness has also served as First Vice-President of the European Parliament since 2017.  She served as a Member of the European Parliament from 2004 to 2014 for East Ireland and has served as MEP for Midlands–North-West since 2014, making her Ireland’s longest serving MEP.


    Thu, 08 Oct 2020 08:08:00 +0100
  • Two headers give experimental Malta side victory over Gibraltar

    Malta 2

    Gibraltar 0

    Two headers, one at the start of the game and the other just before the final whistle, yesterday gave Malta victory over Gibraltar in a friendly at Ta’ Qali. National coach Devis Mangia fielded an experimental side with several new faces in preparation of Malta’s forthcoming matches in the UEFA Nations League.

    Malta will now travel to Andorra to play the third game on Saturday and then go Riga for another away match against Latvia. Malta yesterday deserved their victory, in a match that never really reached high standards.

    Much of the game was played at a very slow pace, with the locals taking an early lead, and controlling the rest of the first half with ease. However the Maltese were not creative in attack, and apart from the goal scored, practically had no efforts at goal.

    In the second half, Devis Mangia gambled a bit with our defensive set-up, introducing Valletta midfielder Triston Caruana in a central defensive role instead of Andrei Agius.

    The gamble eventually paid off with Caruana ironically sealing the issue with the second goal on 90 minutes. However, in the early stages of the second half, Gibraltar had their best patch with our defence caught off guard several times, with goalkeeper Galea making a great save on 52 minutes to save the Malta side.

    Malta had a good start taking the lead on eight minutes when from a Camenzuli freekick, Valletta striker Nwoko headed home. This goal galvanised the Maltese who were in full control having possession of the ball for long stretches but was not effective in front of goal. Malta was dealt a severe blow past the half-hour when striker Nwoko limped off with a hamstring injury, making him doubtful for the Nations League matches.

    On 53 minutes Gibraltar had their best chance when Walker found space in the heart of the Malta defence but Galea saved the day blocking with his foot. Twelve minutes later off a freekick De Barr shot wide from an ideal position. That was practically all Gibraltar could offer, and the Maltese regained control of the match to seal the issue on 90 minutes when Jake Grech floated a good cross from the left and Caruana headed beautifully home.

     

    Malta: Jake Galea, Ryan Camenzuli (60′ Paul Mbong), Andrei Agius (46′ Steve Borg), Matthew Guillaumier, Jake Grech, Kyrian Nwoko (40′ Luke Montebello), Rowen Muscat, Joseph Muscatt (87′ Cain Attard)), Samir Arab (46′ Triston Caruana), Shaun Dimech (60′ Myles Beerman), Kurt Shaw.

    Gibraltar: Kyle Goldwin, Ethan Jolley (49′ Mohamed Barr), John Sergeant, Scott Wiseman, Reece Styche (50′ Tjay De Barr), Jayce Oliver, Kian Ronan (46′ Liam Walker), Erin Barnett (46′ Louie Annesley), Aymen Mouelhi, Alain Pons (63′ Lee Casciaro), Jamie Coombes (46′ Graeme Torrilla).

    Scorers: Kyrian Nwoko 8 min, Triston Caruana 90 min.

    Referee: Nikola Popov

     

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