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the east village of the 1980s: black, white and ‘grit’ — p os - p o journal


when p og her tony mangia cleaned out his manhattan apartment, he didn’t expect to stumble upon a small time capsule of the 1980s east village, preserved in black and white. click here to see the p os and read more.






in srebrenica, m acre victims are buried each july - p o journal


p og her pablo cobos spent the past two m acre anniversaries in srebrenica, documenting the yearly ritual that will be repeated this urday. click here to see his p o essay.






‘up against the wall’ documents international borders – p os - p o journal


p og her flo razowsky’s ongoing documentary project ‘up against the wall’ captures physical borders across the globe, from israel to her native u.s. see the images and read more about it here.






starting over: hurricane katrina evacuees thrive in houston - p o journal


p og her tamir kalifa spent the day with several former new orleans residents living in houston, home to the largest settlement of new orleans evacuees. see the p o shoot and read more here.






p os: new start in new york for hunted albino children - p o journal


five albino children from tanzania, ranging from age 5 to 17, were hunted for their limbs, to be sold on the black market in africa for use in potions, according to the ociated press. this summer, they are getting prosthetic limbs and a chance to live in and explore new york city. see p os of their summer in new york here.






‘ninth at night’ revisits new orleans a decade after katrina - p o journal


a decade after volunteering in new orleans’s lower ninth ward in the aftermath of hurricane katrina, p og her jane fulton alt continues to return, with her most recent series depicting the ninth ward at night between 2013 and 2015. see her p os and read more here.






canoe in m1 outside lane stops traffic flow


image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption the canoe was found in the outside lane of the m1 part of the m1 was brought to a standstill as traffic officers removed a canoe from the outside lane.described as "unusual debris" by highways england, it was found on the southbound carriageway between junctions 30 and 29a in derbyshire.fortunately there were no accidents and it was moved by 09:00 gmt having been there for 30 minutes.it is thought to have fallen off a car roof and has since been reunited with its owner.sightings of the canoe provoked surprise on social media.anthony temperton tweeted: "anyone lost a canoe?! last seen overtaking everyone on m1 j30 this morning."image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption traffic backed up on the southbound carriagew






canoe in m1 fast lane stops traffic flow


image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption the canoe was found in the outside lane of the m1 part of the m1 was brought to a standstill as traffic officers removed a canoe from the fast lane.described as "unusual debris" by highways england, it was found on the southbound carriageway between junctions 30 and 29a in derbyshire.fortunately there were no accidents and it was moved by 09:00 gmt having been there for 30 minutes.it is thought to have fallen off a car roof and has since been reunited with its owner.sightings of the canoe provoked surprise on social media.anthony temperton tweeted: "anyone lost a canoe?! last seen overtaking everyone on m1 j30 this morning."image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption traffic backed up on the southbound carriageway






blue peter time capsule dug up 33 years early


media captionblue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon bury the millennium time capsule in 1998a blue peter time capsule has been accidentally dug up by construction workers 33 years earlier than planned. the millennium time capsule was buried under the millennium dome, now the o2 arena, in 1998.filled with viewers' mementos of the time, it was not supposed to be unearthed until 2050.the o2 has said despite being damaged, the capsule's contents are safe. the said the capsule will be re-buried.image copyright /apimage caption a tellytubby, blue peter badge and tamagotchi were among the items buried former blue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon buried the capsule in june 1998. a spokesperson for the said: "although a little earlier than anticipated, we're looking forward t






blue peter time capsule dug up 33 years early


media captionblue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon buried the millennium time capsule in 1998a blue peter time capsule has been accidentally dug up by construction workers 33 years earlier than planned. the millennium time capsule was buried under the millennium dome, now the o2 arena, in 1998.filled with viewers' mementos of the time, it was not supposed to be unearthed until 2050.the o2 has said despite being damaged, the capsule's contents are safe. the said the capsule will be re-buried.image copyright /apimage caption a tellytubby, blue peter badge and tamagotchi were among the items buried former blue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon buried the capsule in june 1998. a spokesperson for the said: "although a little earlier than anticipated, we're looking forward






germany arnstein: carbon monoxide killed six teens found in hut


image copyrightepaimage caption tributes to the six teenagers have been placed in a church in arnstein six teenagers found dead in a garden hut in the german state of bavaria died from carbon monoxide poisoning, police have said.the deaths plunged the community in the town of arnstein into mourning.the five young men and a woman, all aged 18 or 19, were found on sunday by the landowner whose son and daughter were among the victims.police say a wood-burning stove was in use at the hut, but other possible causes are still being investigated."the six adolescents... died from carbon monoxide poisoning," said a police statement."the cause of the leakage of the toxic gas remains under investigation."image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the six youngsters had been holding a party at the build






germany arnstein: carbon monoxide killed six teens found in hut


image copyrightepaimage caption tributes to the six teenagers have been placed in a church in arnstein six teenagers found dead in a garden hut in the german state of bavaria died from carbon monoxide poisoning, police have said.the deaths plunged the community in the town of arnstein into mourning.the five young men and a woman, all aged 18 or 19, were found on sunday by the landowner whose son and daughter were among the victims.police say a wood-burning stove was in use at the hut, but other possible causes are still being investigated."the six adolescents... died from carbon monoxide poisoning," said a police statement."the cause of the leakage of the toxic gas remains under investigation."image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the six youngsters had been holding a party at the build






police searching for louis simpson, 14, find body in fire barn


image copyrightlancashire policeimage caption lancashire police were searching for louis simpson after the blaze in a barn police searching for a 14-year-old boy missing since a fire at a barn have found a body in the building.a lancashire police spokesman said no formal identification has been made but the body is believed to be louis simpson who was missing since sunday.louis had not been seen since a blaze broke in the barn storing straw at fairhurst hall, parbold.the body was found in the barn on monday evening and a post-mortem examination is due to take place later.image copyrightmarc melanderimage caption the barn had been storing about 250 tonnes of straw the spokesman said: "after an extensive search of the area, a body was recovered from the barn (on monday). while yet to be form






football returns to aleppo after five years of war


image copyrightafpimage caption the derby marked the first professional game in aleppo in five years a local football match took on significant meaning for supporters this weekend - as war-torn aleppo saw its first live game in five years.local side al-ittihad beat their city rivals hurriya 2-1 on urday.there has been no professional football in aleppo since it was divided between the army and rebel forces in 2011. but the government regained complete control of the city last month in a major offensive. image copyrightafpimage caption the derby was a significant moment for both teams after five years of away games image copyrightafpimage caption ittihad's goalkeeper helped his team to a narrow victory - under the eye of heavily geared police the gr was brown and weathered from the winter c






football returns to aleppo after five years of war


image copyrightafpimage caption the derby marked the first professional game in aleppo in five years a local football match took on significant meaning for supporters this weekend - as war-torn aleppo saw its first live game in five years.local side al-ittihad beat their city rivals hurriya 2-1 on urday.there has been no professional football in aleppo since it was divided between the army and rebel forces in 2011. but the government regained complete control of the city last month in a major offensive. image copyrightafpimage caption the derby was a significant moment for both teams after five years of away games image copyrightafpimage caption ittihad's goalkeeper helped his team to a narrow victory - under the eye of heavily geared police the gr was brown and weathered from the winter c






blue peter time capsule dug up 33 years early


media captionblue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon bury the trove in 1998a blue peter time capsule has been accidentally dug up by construction workers 33 years earlier than planned. the millennium time capsule was buried under the millennium dome, now the o2 arena, in 1998.filled with viewers' mementos of the time, it was not supposed to be unearthed until 2050.the o2 has said despite being damaged, the capsule's contents are safe. the said the capsule will be re-buried.image copyright /apimage caption a tellytubby, blue peter badge and tamagotchi were among the items buried former blue peter presenters katy hill and richard bacon buried the capsule in june 1998. a spokesperson for the said: "although a little earlier than anticipated, we're looking forward to sharing these me






two arrested over 'disarming warplanes' at bae systems in warton


image copyrightsam walton and rev dan woodhouseimage caption sam walton is a quaker and rev dan woodhouse is a methodist minister two people have been arrested in lancashire after allegedly trying to disarm warplanes bound for saudi arabia.the rev dan woodhouse, a methodist minister in leeds and sam walton, a quaker, are accused of entering the bae systems site in warton to disarm planes.police said they were being held on suspicion of criminal damage.in a statement, rev woodhouse said stopping warplanes "would save lives".image caption two people have been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage rev woodhouse added: "stopping or even delaying saudi arabia having more planes with which to bomb yemen would save innocent lives and prevent war crimes."bae systems said the matter was being in






two arrested over 'disarming warplanes' at bae systems in warton


image copyrightsam walton and rev dan woodhouseimage caption sam walton is a quaker and rev dan woodhouse is a methodist minister two people have been arrested in lancashire after allegedly trying to disarm warplanes bound for saudi arabia.the rev dan woodhouse, a methodist minister in leeds and sam walton, a quaker, are accused of entering the bae systems site in warton to disarm planes.police said they were being held on suspicion of criminal damage.in a statement, rev woodhouse said stopping warplanes "would save lives".image caption two people have been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage rev woodhouse added: "stopping or even delaying saudi arabia having more planes with which to bomb yemen would save innocent lives and prevent war crimes."bae systems said the matter was being in






jeremy vine 'road rage' driver found guilty


image copyrightpaimage caption shanique syrena pearson denies using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour a driver filmed screaming obscenities at presenter jeremy vine as he cycled on a narrow road has been found guilty of road rage offences.shanique syrena pearson, 22, made a gun sign and threatened mr vine during the row in kensington, west london.she was convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.pearson was also found guilty of driving without reasonable consideration for other road users.image caption the driver got out of her car twice to threaten vine image caption shanique syrena pearson "made a gun sign" at presenter jeremy vine during the road rage incident, the court heard footage of the argument was recorded on mr vine's helmet era a






p os: the fate of electronic waste - p o journal


by jul 7, 2015 8:47 am et a child shifts through trash in march 2015 in search of electronics of value in the refuse at agbogbloshie, a digital dumping ground in ghana.emilio fraileold age, overheating, a blue screen, a spilled cup of coffee. these are just some of the paths that lead our electronics to meet their inevitable fate, when a product has reached the end of its useful life, or eol. as electronics further permeate every aspect of human living, their own life spans shorten, leaving the question: where do electronics go when they die? for tons of e-waste annually, the last stop is one of the most polluted places on earth: agbogbloshie, a digital dumping ground in ghana where children as young as five years old sift through electronic waste, extracting valuable materials while expos






firefighter alan bannon's widow and child plead for stolen ipod return


image copyrightcharlotte bannonimage caption abi bannon was five when her dad died in the fire at shirley towers in 2010 the widow of a "hero" firefighter has urged thieves to return his ipod which was a " al hug" for his daughter.alan bannon, 38, died alongside his colleague jim shears in a fire at shirley towers in southampton in 2010.charlotte bannon said the ipod "was priceless" to the couple's daughter abi.mrs bannon said she discovered on thursday it had been stolen from her car parked on her drive in bitterne.abi, aged 11, who was five when her dad died, listened to the blue ipod every day.she said: "i just want it back - every day i have this time when i listen to the and i think of him."the device had 353 songs on it - including from pink floyd, korn, acdc, def leppard and limp bi






firefighter alan bannon's widow and child plead for stolen ipod return


image copyrightcharlotte bannonimage caption abi bannon was five when her dad died in the fire at shirley towers in 2010 the widow of a "hero" firefighter has urged thieves to return his ipod which was a " al hug" for his daughter.alan bannon, 38, died alongside his colleague jim shears in a fire at shirley towers in southampton in 2010.charlotte bannon said the ipod "was priceless" to the couple's daughter abi.mrs bannon said she discovered on thursday it had been stolen from her car parked on her drive in bitterne.abi, aged 11, who was five when her dad died, listened to the blue ipod every day.she said: "i just want it back - every day i have this time when i listen to the and i think of him."the device had 353 songs on it - including from pink floyd, korn, acdc, def leppard and limp bi






uc berkeley cancels breitbart speaker as students protest


media captionthe pus was put on lockdown as trouble broke outthe university of california at berkeley has cancelled a talk by an editor at the right-wing breitbart news website, milo yiannopoulos, after student protests against his visit.mr yiannopoulos is an outspoken supporter of president donald trump.hundreds of students rallied and were faced by riot police. at least one fire was started and police fired tear gas, as the pus was put on lockdown.there are no reports of arrests or serious injuries.mr yiannopoulos's comments have been criticised as racist and misogynist.last year he was banned from twitter after leading a paign against ghostbusters actress leslie jones.media caption'alt-right is unstoppable,' says milo yiannopoulosberkeley college republicans sponsored mr yiannopoulos's






graham taylor funeral: crowds gather for england boss


image copyrightreutersimage caption the ceremony for the former england boss at watford's st mary's church will be followed by by a private family committal football legends have joined fans for the funeral of former watford, aston villa and england boss graham taylor.stars including john barnes, luther blissett and sir alex ferguson are among those attending the service st mary's church, watford. commentator john motson will read a tribute from ex-watford owner sir elton john who will not be at the funeral.thousands of fans have lined the streets to pay respects to taylor, who died on 12 january aged 72.rev tony rindl, leading the service, said: "graham's death has come as a great shock to us."live: updates from the graham taylor funeralimage copyrightsouth beds news agencyimage caption t






'marine a' alexander blackman footage released


media captionhelmet- video shows marines witnessing the apache helicopter crew firing at the insurgentfootage showing the moments leading up to the incident in which ex-royal marine sgt alexander blackman killed a taliban fighter has been released.the three helmet- clips were released by the ministry of defence after a request, led by the on behalf of several other media groups.gunfire from an apache helicopter can be heard in the footage.known as marine a, blackman was sentenced to life by court martial in 2013, but an appeal is due next week.blackman, from taunton, somerset, was refused bail in december.the court martial appeal court ruled that the full video would not be released. the released clips, filmed on the head of another marine, show blackman's patrol in afghanistan as gunfire






'marine a' alexander blackman footage released


media captionhelmet- video shows marines witnessing the apache helicopter crew firing at the insurgentfootage showing the moments leading up to the incident in which ex-royal marine sgt alexander blackman killed a taliban fighter has been released.the three helmet- clips were released by the ministry of defence after a request, led by the on behalf of several other media groups.gunfire from an apache helicopter can be heard in the footage.known as marine a, blackman was sentenced to life by court martial in 2013, but an appeal is due next week.blackman, from taunton, somerset, was refused bail in december.the court martial appeal court ruled that the full video would not be released. the released clips, filmed on the head of another marine, show blackman's patrol in afghanistan as gunfire






quebec city mosque shooting: six killed, eight wounded


media captionpolice and ambulances surrounded the area around the mosquesix people have been killed and another eight wounded in a shooting at a mosque in quebec city, canada, police say.s s were fired at the quebec islamic cultural centre on sunday night, where more than 50 people had gathered for evening prayers.one suspect was arrested at the scene and another was arrested nearby. police do not believe there are other suspects at large.the canadian authorities are treating the shooting as a terror attack. "we condemn this terrorist attack on muslims in a centre of worship and refuge," prime minister justin trudeau said in a statement. "muslim-canadians are an important part of our national fabric, and these senseless acts have no place in our communities, cities and country."image copyr






mum covers anti-homeless spikes in manchester with cushions


image copyrightjennie plattimage caption jennie platt said she got a bee in her bonnet after the spikes were installed on marsden street a mother incensed at the installation of anti-homeless metal spikes outside a manchester building has hit out at the owner - with cushions.jennie platt, from prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on marsden street in the manchester evening news.so ms platt recruited sons george, 11, and sam, 10, and they "piled down to primark" to buy cushions to cover them."this is not the mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said.rough sleeping rises at 'appalling rate'what are the best ways of helping homeless people?ms platt, who is an estate agent, added: "the building owners are treating human beings like pigeons."i woke






mum covers anti-homeless spikes in manchester with cushions


image copyrightjennie plattimage caption jennie platt said she got a bee in her bonnet after the spikes were installed on marsden street a mother incensed at the installation of anti-homeless metal spikes outside a manchester building has hit out at the owner - with cushions.jennie platt, from prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on marsden street in the manchester evening news.so ms platt recruited sons george, 11, and sam, 10, and they "piled down to primark" to buy cushions to cover them."this is not the mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said.rough sleeping rises at 'appalling rate'what are the best ways of helping homeless people?ms platt, who is an estate agent, added: "the building owners are treating human beings like pigeons."i woke






mum covers anti-homeless spikes in manchester with cushions


image copyrightjennie plattimage caption jennie platt said she got a bee in her bonnet after the spikes were installed on marsden street a mother incensed at the installation of anti-homeless metal spikes outside a manchester building has hit out at the owner - with cushions.jennie platt, from prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on marsden street in the manchester evening news.she recruited her sons george, 11, and sam, 10, and they "piled down to primark" to buy cushions to cover them."this is not the mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said.media captioncushions were placed over "anti-homeless" spikes installed outside a central manchester buildingrough sleeping rises at 'appalling rate'what are the best ways of helping homeless people?ms p






mum covers anti-homeless spikes in manchester with cushions


image copyrightjennie plattimage caption jennie platt said she got a bee in her bonnet after the spikes were installed on marsden street a mother incensed at the installation of anti-homeless metal spikes outside a manchester building has hit out at the owner - with cushions.jennie platt, from prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on marsden street in the manchester evening news.she recruited her sons george, 11, and sam, 10, and they "piled down to primark" to buy cushions to cover them."this is not the mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said.media captioncushions were placed over "anti-homeless" spikes installed outside a central manchester buildingrough sleeping rises at 'appalling rate'what are the best ways of helping homeless people?ms p






mum covers anti-homeless spikes in manchester with cushions


image copyrightjennie plattimage caption jennie platt said she got a bee in her bonnet after the spikes were installed on marsden street a mother incensed at the installation of anti-homeless metal spikes outside a manchester building has hit out at the owner - with cushions.jennie platt, from prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on marsden street in the manchester evening news.she recruited her sons george, 11, and sam, 10, and they "piled down to primark" to buy cushions to cover them."this is not the mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said.rough sleeping rises at 'appalling rate'what are the best ways of helping homeless people?ms platt, who is an estate agent, added: "the building owners are treating human beings like pigeons."i woke up o






uc berkeley cancels breitbart speaker as students protest


image copyrightapimage caption the talk was cancelled after a fire was started on pus the university of california at berkeley has cancelled a talk by the editor of the right-wing breitbart news website, milo yiannopoulos, after student protests against his visit.mr yiannopoulos is an outspoken supporter of president donald trump.hundreds of students rallied and were faced by riot police. at least one fire was started and police fired tear gas, as the pus was put on lockdown.there are no reports of arrests or serious injuries.mr yiannopoulos's comments have been criticised as racist and misogynist.last year he was banned from twitter after leading a paign against ghostbusters actress leslie jones.media caption'alt-right is unstoppable,' says milo yiannopoulosberkeley college republicans sp






harry studley shooting: emma horseman not guilty of gbh


image copyrightavon and somerset policeimage caption harry studley is recovering at home after being s with an air rifle last year a woman whose partner s a toddler in the head with an air rifle has been found not guilty of causing grievous bodily harm (gbh).harry studley, now aged two, was s at a block of flats in bristol last july. he underwent emergency surgery and now suffers several seizures a day.emma horseman, who denied gbh by aiding or abetting the shooting, was acquitted by a bristol crown court jury.her partner jordan walters had previously admitted causing gbh.during the two-day trial, prosecutors said ms horseman told mr walters to "shoot" the air rifle to "scare" harry as he was crying.but ms horseman, 24, told the court: "i can't remember saying that."image copyrightpaimage






harry studley shooting: emma horseman not guilty of gbh


image copyrightavon and somerset policeimage caption harry studley is recovering at home after being s with an air rifle last year a woman whose partner s a toddler in the head with an air rifle has been found not guilty of causing grievous bodily harm (gbh).harry studley, now aged two, was s at a block of flats in bristol last july. he underwent emergency surgery and now suffers several seizures a day.emma horseman, who denied gbh by aiding or abetting the shooting, was acquitted by a bristol crown court jury.her partner jordan walters had previously admitted causing gbh.during the two-day trial, prosecutors said ms horseman told mr walters to "shoot" the air rifle to "scare" harry as he was crying.but ms horseman, 24, told the court: "i can't remember saying that."image copyrightpaimage






harry studley shooting: emma horseman not guilty of gbh


image copyrightpolice handoutimage caption harry studley was s with an air rifle in july last year a woman whose partner s a toddler in the head with an air rifle has been found not guilty of causing grievous bodily harm (gbh).harry studley, now aged two, was s at a block of flats in bristol last july. he underwent emergency surgery and now suffers several seizures a day.emma horseman, who denied gbh by aiding or abetting the shooting, was acquitted by a bristol crown court jury.her partner jordan walters had previously admitted causing gbh.during the two-day trial, prosecutors said ms horseman told mr walters to "shoot" the air rifle to "scare" harry as he was crying.but ms horseman, 24, told the court: "i can't remember saying that."image copyrightpaimage caption emma horseman, 24, denie






mcconnell and democrats have flip-flopped on the 'nuclear option'


gorsuch speaks alongside his wife, louise, and president trump in the east room of the white house on jan. 31, 2017. "it is the role of judges to apply, not alter, the work of the people’s representatives," he said in his remarks. "a judge who likes every outcome he reaches is very likely a bad judge, stretching for results he prefers rather than those the law demands."  carolyn kaster, apfullscreen






uc berkeley cancels breitbart speaker as students protest


image copyrightapimage caption the talk was cancelled after a fire was started on pus the university of california at berkeley has cancelled a talk by the editor of the breitbart news website, milo yiannopoulos, after student protests against his visit.mr yiannopoulos is an outspoken supporter of president donald trump.hundreds of students rallied and were faced by riot police. at least one fire was started and police fired tear gas. the pus is now on lockdown.criticised as racist and misogynist, mr yiannopoulos was banned from twitter.he had led a paign against ghostbusters actress leslie jones.berkeley college republicans sponsored mr yiannopoulos' visit.their spokesman pieter sittler said they didn't agree with everything he said, but "he gives a voice to repressed conservative thought






quebec city mosque shooting: at least five reportedly killed


media captionpolice and ambulances surrounded the area around the mosqueup to five people have reportedly been killed in a shooting at a mosque in quebec city, canada.s s were fired at the quebec islamic cultural centre on sunday night, where dozens had gathered for evening prayers.the centre's president told reporters that five people had been killed in the attack but police have not yet provided any numbers for the dead and injured.two people have been arrested, but the investigation is ongoing, police said.a witness told reuters news agency that up to three gunmen had been involved. the news agency also reported that a "heavily armed tactical squad" had been seen entering the mosque.image copyrightreutersimage caption police confirmed fatalities and arrests, but would not release furthe






beyonce pregnant: couple 'blessed' to be having twins


image copyrightbeyonce/instagrambeyonce and her husband jay z say they "have been blessed two times over", using instagram to announce that she is expecting twins."we are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two," the pair wrote, and "we thank you for your well wishes".the post, signed "the carters", has a p o of beyonce with a baby bump, wearing lingerie and a veil.the couple already have a daughter, blue ivy, who has just turned five.beyonce has been nominated in nine categories for the 2017 grammy awards, extending her lead as the most-nominated woman in grammys history.the star, 35, was due to headline the coachella festival in southern california in april.the announcement gave no indication of the babies' due date.image copyrightafpimage caption beyonce and her husba






go nuclear and abolish filibuster on gorsuch vote if needed


gorsuch speaks alongside his wife, louise, and president trump in the east room of the white house on jan. 31, 2017. "it is the role of judges to apply, not alter, the work of the people’s representatives," he said in his remarks. "a judge who likes every outcome he reaches is very likely a bad judge, stretching for results he prefers rather than those the law demands."  carolyn kaster, apfullscreen






quebec city mosque shooting: at least five reportedly killed


media captionpolice and ambulances surrounded the area around the mosquefive people are reported to have been killed in a shooting at a mosque in quebec city, canada.s s were fired at the quebec islamic cultural centre on sunday night, where dozens had gathered for evening prayers.two people have been arrested but the investigation is ongoing, police said.police have not suggested a motive although philippe couillard, the premier of quebec, described it as a "terrorist act".the centre's president told reporters that five people had been killed but police have not yet provided any numbers for the dead and injured.a witness told reuters news agency that up to three gunmen had been involved. the news agency also reported that a "heavily armed tactical squad" had been seen entering the mosque.






flu outbreak shuts three hospital wards at addenbrooke's hospital


image caption influenza is a virus so cannot be treated with antibiotics and in most cases it will run its course, the hospital said three wards have been shut and 64 patients are ill following an outbreak of flu at a hospital.addenbrooke's hospital in bridge says flu is affecting patients as well as those in public areas and has urged people to stay away. "the hospital is full and we're struggling to cope. some patients have had to be diverted to other hospitals."we have high numbers of people with flu across the hospital," medical director dr jag ahluwalia said."for coughs, colds and flu-like illnesses, people are better off at home, resting and drinking plenty of fluids," dr ahluwalia added."we need people to stay away from the hospital and ask themselves - do you need to be here?" infl






flu outbreak shuts three hospital wards at addenbrooke's hospital


image caption influenza is a virus so cannot be treated with antibiotics and in most cases it will run its course, the hospital said three wards have been shut and 64 patients are ill following an outbreak of flu at a hospital.addenbrooke's hospital in bridge says flu is affecting patients as well as those in public areas and has urged people to stay away. "the hospital is full and we're struggling to cope. some patients have had to be diverted to other hospitals."we have high numbers of people with flu across the hospital," medical director dr jag ahluwalia said."for coughs, colds and flu-like illnesses, people are better off at home, resting and drinking plenty of fluids," dr ahluwalia added."we need people to stay away from the hospital and ask themselves - do you need to be here?" infl






'our president is trying to divide us'


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






quebec city mosque shooting: at least four reportedly killed


image copyrightreutersimage caption police confirmed fatalities and arrests, but would not release further details at least four people have been killed in a shooting at a mosque in quebec city, canada.s s were fired at the the quebec islamic cultural centre on sunday night, police said.the centre's facebook page posted video of police outside the scene, with a written comment that there are "some dead".police said two people had been arrested, but did not provide a number for those killed or injured.a witness told reuters news agency that up to three gunmen had been involved. the news agency also reported a "heavily armed tactical squad" had been seen entering the mosque.the shooting happened at the mosque on chemin sainte-foy, one of two operated by the islamic centre.video posted to soc






floyd mayweather: boxer's visit not acceptable, charity says


image copyrightreutersimage caption floyd mayweather retired from professional boxing undefeated, with 49 wins and 26 knockouts boxer floyd mayweather's "very lucrative" tour to england sends out the wrong message about domestic violence, charity women's aid has said. the 39-year-old american athlete, who is visiting leicester, liverpool and london in march, was jailed for attacking his ex- friend in 2012.the charity said he has "never shown remorse" and his appearances would condone domestic violence. individual tickets for "the undefeated tour" cost between £40 and £1,000.the show's promoter, g events, has been contacted for comment but is yet to respond.polly neate, chief executive of women's aid, said: "mayweather has never shown remorse for his serious and sustained attacks against wo






floyd mayweather: boxer's visit not acceptable, charity says


image copyrightreutersimage caption floyd mayweather retired from professional boxing undefeated, with 49 wins and 26 knockouts boxer floyd mayweather's "very lucrative" tour to england sends out the wrong message about domestic violence, charity women's aid has said. the 39-year-old american athlete, who is visiting leicester, liverpool and london in march, was jailed for attacking his ex- friend in 2012.the charity said he has "never shown remorse" and his appearances would condone domestic violence. individual tickets for "the undefeated tour" cost between £40 and £1,000.the show's promoter, g events, has been contacted for comment but is yet to respond.polly neate, chief executive of women's aid, said: "mayweather has never shown remorse for his serious and sustained attacks against wo






virtual reality homebuying on the horizon


southern california’s home market is so competitive that some buyers make down payments on houses over mobile streaming applications. soon, thanks to virtual reality, showing a home may become p é, too. calgary, canada-based builder brookfield residential will offer virtual tours of model homes at its new san marcos home project starting in february. the homes don’t open until spring, but the builder will be showcasing the technology at the carlsbad premium outlets from feb. 2 to may 1.while the technology began working its way into real estate circles early last year, this is likely the first time it will be used on a large scale in san diego county and the first place brookfield is trying it out.brookfield spokeswoman april harter-enriquez said the technology is a way to get potential bu