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https://plus.google.com/100838542471986646332 Stephen Ogongo : During this bloody civil war fuelled by Blood Diamonds, men, women and children’s hands, arms, limbs...
During this bloody civil war fuelled by Blood Diamonds, men, women and children’s hands, arms, limbs and feet were hacked off by the swing of a machete. The perpetrators were disillusioned rebels under the command of Liberian War lord Charles Taylor. 
“The Devil in Freetown”, movie on Sierra Leone’s bloody civil war premiered in London
During this bloody civil war fuelled by Blood Diamonds, men, women and children’s hands, arms, limbs and feet were hacked off by the swing of a machete.
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https://plus.google.com/110751311325545090972 Ben Thomas : "Dr Samuel Brisbane is the first Liberian doctor to die in an outbreak, which the WHO says has killed...
"Dr Samuel Brisbane is the first Liberian doctor to die in an outbreak, which the WHO says has killed 129 people in the west African nation. A Ugandan doctor working in the country died this month.
Brisbane, who once served as a medical adviser to the former Liberian president, Charles Taylor, was working as a consultant with the internal medicine unit at the country's largest hospital, the John F Kennedy Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia.
After falling ill, he was taken to a treatment centre on the outskirts of the capital, where he died, said Tolbert Nyenswah, an assistant health minister.Under the supervision of health workers, family members escorted the doctor's body to a burial location west of the city, Nyenswah said."
Liberia: top doctor becomes latest Ebola victim
Dr Samuel Brisbane becomes first doctor in west African nation to die, as second US healthcare worker is infected
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https://plus.google.com/115140468605794798101 Charles Taylor :

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https://plus.google.com/116619299587927696828 Charles Taylor : A Service Mentality The subject came up today about chiropractic visits. I think people with pain often...
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The subject came up today about chiropractic visits. I think people with pain often seek chiropractic care. In my opinion, they want to have their pain reduced or gone in as few visits as possible. Face it, patients would rather be somewhere else than at the chiropractors office. I understand this. There are no long term care plans at my office. My goal is to get the patients back to life quickly, often in one to three visits.  As always, I strive to provide quality chiropractic care at an affordable price. It is good to visit this subject every now and again, realizing that I am here to serve the needs of my community. Please visit my website here.
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https://plus.google.com/116619299587927696828 Charles Taylor : Why Chiropractic Care is an Excellent Choice for Runners. With more and more people taking up recreational...
Why Chiropractic Care is an Excellent Choice for Runners. With more and more people taking up recreational running in the US, the number of running associated injuries have also increased. Commonly reported cases include: shin splints, patellofermoral pain syndromes, Achilles tendinitis, flat feet, and compartmental syndromes and stress fractures. All these injuries are a result of cumulative stress reactions to soft tissues and bones. Chiropractors are generally sought out to help alleviate pain and non-specific symptoms associated with running, usually from the gradual onset of regular stress on the soft tissues and bones. If these symptoms are caught early, they can then be effectively managed and reduced in a short period of time. Please visit my Facebook page here.
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With more and more people taking up recreational running in the US, the number of running associated injuries have also increased. Commonly reported cases include: shin splints, patellofermoral pain syndromes, Achilles tendinitis, flat feet, and compartmental syndromes and stress fractures.
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https://plus.google.com/116619299587927696828 Charles Taylor : 3% of Whiplash Patients Cured with Chiropractic. If you have been in an auto accident and suffered whiplash...
3% of Whiplash Patients Cured with Chiropractic. If you have been in an auto accident and suffered whiplash, it might be worth considering chiropractic care after looking at the study in this article. With whiplash you may suffer from ongoing symptoms after an auto accident. Having this ongoing pain does not have to be the end. The big problem with current medical treatment for whiplash after an auto accident is that 43% of patients enter into a ‘black hole’ during recovery – and never come out. These 43% of whiplash patients will end up with long-term symptoms By the end of the study, 93% of the auto accident patients had improved. http://www.salemautoinjurychiropractor.com/blog/2014/05/whiplash-and-auto-injuries-in-keizer-or/
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Suffering from whiplash after a car accident? Find out how chiropractic can naturally relieve your auto injury symptoms in this study.
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https://plus.google.com/110493390983174363421 Jean Bosco Sibomana : Ebola virus kills top doctor, infects US doctor. USA TODAY - 39 minutes ago. Larry Copeland, USA TODAY...
Ebola virus kills top doctor, infects US doctor. USA TODAY - 39 minutes ago. Larry Copeland, USA TODAY 12:15 p.m. EDT July 27, 2014


An Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 670 people in Africa is now taking a toll on the doctors and health care workers battling the deadly disease.

An American doctor who has been working in Liberia since October 2013 for the North Carolina-based aid organization Samaritan's Purse is now receiving intensive medical treatment after he was infected with Ebola, according to a spokeswoman for the organization.

A government official in Liberia said Sunday that one of that country's highest-profile doctors has died in what the World Health Organization says is the largest recorded outbreak of the disease.

Melissa Strickland said Kent Brantly, 33, was in stable condition, talking with his doctors and working on his computer while being treated. She cautioned that he is "not out of the woods yet." Strickland said patients have a better chance of survival if they receive treatment immediately after being infected, as Brantly did.

Brantly, who is married with two children and is medical director for the Samaritan's Purse Ebola Consolidated Case Management Center in Monrovia, is being treated at a Samaritan's Purse isolation center at ELWA Hospital, according to Strickland.

An Ebola outbreak in the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the largest recorded epidemic of the disease, has caused more than 670 deaths and more than 1,000 infections, according to the WHO. Ebola is a severe, often fatal illness with a fatality rate of up to 90% and is one of the world's most virulent diseases, according to the WHO. It is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, body fluids and tissues of infected animals or people.

The first Liberian doctor to die of the disease was identified as Samuel Brisbane. He was working as a consultant with the internal medicine unit at the country's largest hospital, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia.

Brisbane, who once was a medical adviser to former Liberian President Charles Taylor, was taken to a treatment center on the outskirts of the capital after falling ill with Ebola, and died there, said Tolbert Nyenswah, an assistant health minister.

He said another doctor who had been working in Liberia's central Bong County also was being treated for Ebola at the same center where Brisbane died.

The situation "is getting more and more scary," Nyenswah said.

A Ugandan doctor working in Liberia, where an Ebola outbreak has killed 129 people, died earlier this month. The current outbreak has claimed the lives of 319 in Guinea and 224 in Sierra Leone.

Last week, the medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders announced that the chief doctor leading the fight against the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, Sheik Umar Khan, had contracted the disease. Three nurses who worked in the same Ebola treatment Center as Khan, 39, are believed to have died from the disease.

On Friday, the WHO announced that it was opening a Sub-Regional Outbreak Coordination Centre in Conakry, Guinea, in response to the outbreak. The center will "consolidate and harmonize the technical support being provided to West African countries" hit by the disease and help mobilize resources for the response, the WHO said.
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https://plus.google.com/114304651228610128964 Joel Mort : UN inquiry could lead to war crime charges for Israel, Hamas Both parties in Operation Protective Edge...
UN inquiry could lead to war crime charges for Israel, Hamas

Both parties in Operation Protective Edge are open to accusations of illegal attacks on civilians.

By Aeyal Gross | Haaretz

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In her address to the UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday, Navi Pillay, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, said, “As we speak, the indiscriminate firing by Hamas and other armed groups of more than 2,900 rockets, as well as mortars, from Gaza continues to endanger the lives of civilians in Israel. I have repeatedly condemned such indiscriminate attacks in the past. I do so again today.”

Pillay also stressed that it is illegal to put military targets in densely populated civilian areas or to launch attacks from such areas. These remarks were part of a speech that discussed the loss of life on both sides and noted that according to UN statistics, about three-fourths of the 600 Palestinians killed in Gaza since July 7 are civilians, while about one-quarter are children. She cited examples like the killing of four children on a Gaza beach and the killing of entire families in Gaza City’s Shujaiyeh neighborhood.

Such incidents, Pillay said, raise a strong possibility that international law was violated to an extent that could constitute war crimes, so they must be subjected to a thorough, independent investigation. She reminded her listeners that the principles of international law require distinctioning between civilians and combatants and between civilian and military targets; taking precautionary measures to avoid harming civilians; and the principle of proportionality, which states that if attacking a military target is liable to also harm civilians, doing so is illegal unless the harm to civilians is proportionate to the direct, concrete military advantage anticipated from the attack.

Pillay’s speech was an accurate depiction of the legal and factual reality, and this time, even the Human Rights Council’s decision included a condemnation of the killing of Israeli civilians by Hamas. Even if its decision to set up a commission of inquiry was worded in biased fashion, it called for an investigation of violations in the occupied territories, including Gaza, so it’s possible to interpret it as applying to violations by all sides.

It will be easy for the inquiry commission to determine that firing indiscriminately at civilians, as Hamas does, is a war crime. But anyone who thinks the fact that Israel claims to be operating solely against military targets will absolve it of responsibility is deluding himself.

The multitude of civilian casualties by itself doesn’t prove that war crimes were committed. But in many cases cited by Pillay, and in other cases as well, a real suspicion arises that violations were committed. It’s not just the deliberate targeting of civilians that’s prohibited; so are attacks that by nature indiscriminately harm civilians, or civilian property, in addition to their military targets.

Bombing the houses of Hamas commanders is liable to be deemed an attack on a civilian target, even if warnings were issued. Attacks on military targets that also harm civilians can be illegal if precautionary measures were not taken to avoid civilian casualties, or if the predictable harm to civilians was disproportionate. Killing dozens of Palestinian civilians in their homes, or at a cafe, when the target was a single combatant could constitute a war crime; even shooting at Hamas fighters is illegal if it will predictably cause massive, disproportionate civilian casualties. If the inquiry commission finds that Israel committed prima facie war crimes, this may well spur the Palestinians to renew their application to join the International Criminal Court. This could lead to both Israelis and Palestinians being investigated in The Hague, on top of investigations by countries with universal jurisdiction laws.

The road to indictments against Israelis remains long, but legal and political complications are just around the corner. The days when international law existed only in theory are long gone, as people like Slobodan Milosevic and Charles Taylor have learned, to their sorrow.
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Both parties in Operation Protective Edge are open to accusations of illegal attacks on civilians.
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https://plus.google.com/104606471665550839869 Brainstorm Mi : Officials face angry questions over Penghu crash Investigators looking at possible first point of impact...
Officials face angry questions over Penghu crash
Investigators looking at possible first point of impact

Taiwan News, Staff Writer 
2014-07-25 03:23 PM


TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Government and airline officials faced angry questions Friday from relatives of the 48 victims in the Penghu airline crash.
A TransAsia Airways flight from Kaohsiung to Makung, the capital of Penghu, crashed during a second landing attempt amid strong winds and heavy rains in the wake of Typhoon Matmo Wednesday evening. A total of 48 passengers and crew members died, including the pilots, while ten passengers and five local residents were injured.

The investigation has focused on the weather, with wind shear causing the plane to go off course and crash into homes listed as one of the main possibilities.

Visiting Penghu Friday morning, TransAsia Airways Chairman Vincent Lin faced reproaches from relatives asking why the plane had been allowed to fly while the typhoon was still making its influence felt in the area.

At the funeral home, grieving relatives asked Lin to give the victims’ lives back. He cried and bowed in apology as camera crews surged around the scene.

The airline took out front-page ads in several major newspapers Friday, apologizing for the disaster and promising to shoulder responsibility. TransAsia would fully cooperate with the investigation and to heed the lessons of the accident.

Media reports said that TransAsia airplanes were involved in eight accidents within the past 13 years. Six of the accidents occurred with the same type of plane as in Penghu, the French-Italian-made ATR-72.

Civil Aeronautics Administration Director General Jean Shen also faced questions about why the flight had been allowed to go ahead despite the storm. Government officials have maintained that all regulations were taken into account and that weather data indicated that the flight could go ahead. Several other flights arrived in Makung without problem in the hours preceding the TransAsia Airways aircraft.

The airline organized a memorial service for the victims Friday, but erroneously invited the father of a young woman who only later turned out to be still alive, even though severely injured, in hospital.

On Friday, investigators reportedly found a new scene where the plane might have impacted the ground. At a location about 200 meters north of the main crash site, investigators found the tops of trees had been shorn off while there were also signs of burning, reports said. The media launched the theory that the plane might have hit the trees first, with the pilot trying to raise the plane to a higher altitude but failing to succeed, resulting in the crash.

At the scene in the Penghu township of Huhsi, soldiers were disinfecting the area and breaking down plane parts before removing them for further investigation. A foreign citizen, allegedly representing British-based Charles Taylor PLC, was seen taking pictures of the scene, reportedly to prepare insurance claims.

The two data recorders had been flown to Taipei and were being analyzed by a team of five experts, who were expected to complete their work by next week, reports said. A full report about the crash with a detailed explanation might take months to wrap up, aviation experts said.

A team of 28 prosecutors and coroners from the Ministry of Justice had identified 35 of the 48 victims by Friday noon, reports said. The list included 23 Penghu residents, 21 people from Kaohsiung, two from Taipei and two French medical exchange students. An eight-member team of dentists was standing by to try and identify the more difficult cases, reports said.

Seven of the bodies were flown to Kaohsiung Friday afternoon, including that of the flight’s pilot, 60-year-old Lee Yi-liang.

Of the ten people injured, six were flown to Kaohsiung for further treatment and two to the Taipei area. One person remained in hospital in Penghu, while another one had been discharged, officials said.

President Ma Ying-jeou visited a 10-year-old girl being treated at Taipei’s Mackay Memorial Hospital and a man at the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Linkou, New Taipei City. Both patients were in stable condition, and the girl was conscious and could hear what visitors told her, the president said.

Ma expressed thanks to the rescue crews, in particular the two Navy officers who saved the girl out of the wreckage. He said he had asked the relevant authorities to do what they could to strengthen air travel safety.

Premier Jiang Yi-huah traveled to Kaohsiung to visit the injured who were convalescing there, reports said.

The tourism sector in Penghu meanwhile, expressed fears that the crash would scare away tourists from visiting the archipelago. There were reports of cancellations, and tourism officials spoke of less business for airlines, hotels, restaurants and bed and breakfasts on the islands.


http://www.taiwannews.com.tw/etn/news_content.php?id=2535194&mbn=81C97F95213FE79085689C7F44912831
Officials face angry questions over Penghu crash - Taiwan News Online
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