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mourners attend funeral of pfau, ‘mother teresa of pakistan’


karachi, pakistan (ap) — mourners have attended a state funeral of ruth pfau, a german physician and nun who earned international acclaim by devoting her life to the eradication of leprosy in pakistan.known as “pakistan’s mother teresa,” she died on aug. 10 at age 87 in karachi, the capital of southern sindh province.state-run pakistan television in live broadcast showed last rituals of pfau, which were held at a church in karachi.pakistani politicians, military officials, members of civil society and hundreds of supporters of pfau attended the service.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.leprosy remained a problem in pakistan from the 1950s until about 1996, and pfau played a key role in efforts to bring the disease under control.






mourners attend funeral of pfau, ‘mother teresa of pakistan’


karachi, pakistan (ap) — mourners have attended a state funeral of ruth pfau, a german physician and nun who earned international acclaim by devoting her life to the eradication of leprosy in pakistan.known as “pakistan’s mother teresa,” she died on aug. 10 at age 87 in karachi, the capital of southern sindh province.state-run pakistan television in live broadcast showed last rituals of pfau, which were held at a church in karachi.pakistani politicians, military officials, members of civil society and hundreds of supporters of pfau attended the service.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.leprosy remained a problem in pakistan from the 1950s until about 1996, and pfau played a key role in efforts to bring the disease under control.






state funeral held for 'pakistan's mother theresa'


karachi, pakistan — mourners on saturday attended a state funeral for ruth pfau, a german physician and nun who earned international acclaim as "pakistan's mother theresa" by devoting her life to the eradication of leprosy in the muslim-majority nation.pfau died on aug. 10 at age 87 in the southern port city of karachi. state-run television broadcast live footage of her casket being carried by a military guard at the city's st. patrick's cathedral.hundreds of people attended the service at the cathedral, including members of civil society and diplomats. she was later buried in a nearby cemetery, in a funeral attended by president mamnoon hussain, army chief gen. qamar javed, senior government officials and muslim clerics.martha fernando, who worked with pfau at her marie adelaide leprosy c






pakistan buries revered german humanitarian ruth pfau | news


hundreds of people have attended a state funeral for ruth pfau, a german nun who spent more than 50 years helping pakistan's most vulnerable people and fighting against leprosy.huge crowds gathered for the procession and funeral service in the southern port city of karachi on saturday as politicians, military officials and members of civil society paid tribute to the woman dubbed "pakistan's mother theresa".state tv broadcast live footage of her casket being carried by a military guard at the city's st patrick's cathedral as hundreds of mourners lined the streets.martha fernando, who worked with pfau at her marie adelaide leprosy center, said the german physician's death was a great loss to humanity."there is no one like her and there won't be any replacement to her. we pray to god to send






state funeral held for ‘pakistan’s mother theresa’


karachi, pakistan (ap) — mourners on saturday attended a state funeral for ruth pfau, a german physician and nun who earned international acclaim as “pakistan’s mother theresa” by devoting her life to the eradication of leprosy in the muslim-majority nation.pfau died on aug. 10 at age 87 in the southern port city of karachi. state-run television broadcast live footage of her casket being carried by a military guard at the city’s st. patrick’s cathedral.hundreds of people attended the service at the cathedral, including members of civil society and diplomats. she was later buried in a nearby cemetery, in a funeral attended by president mamnoon hussain, army chief gen. qamar javed, senior government officials and muslim clerics.martha fernando, who worked with pfau at her marie adelaide lepr






tutanota to offer premium e2e encrypted email free to non-profits


freemium, open source encrypted email service, tutanota, which is based in germany, is offering to “donate” (as it puts it) the business version of its end-to-end encrypted email service to non-profits — so they either don’t have to pay for the service, or can tap into it at a half-price discount.“we are donating tutanota because we believe the world can change and must change, particularly when it comes to the problem of mass surveillance. with this donation we want to do our part and make a difference to change the internet for the better,” says co-founder matthias pfau.“we at tutanota see ourselves as freedom fighters. we believe in human rights such as our right to privacy and freedom of speech. but as these rights are being cut by governments around the world, we need to fight back.”t






another european e2e encrypted gmail alternative reports rising signups


tutanota, an end-to-end encrypted email service located in germany, says it’s seeing an “exponential” uptick in sign-ups — crediting this to growing awareness of and concern for privacy online for a variety of (often political) reasons.the freemium, open source encrypted email service exited beta back in march 2015 — with a mission to broaden access to end-to-end encryption vs extant options like pgp that can be too complex for mainstream users to adopt. tutanota uses rsa and aes encryption, and monetizes via premium tiers — offering paid extras for those who want things like additional storage.blogging about a growth trend it says started in the second half of 2016 — but claims has “really taken off recently” — co-founder matthias pfau cites data from alexa page rank showing the email ser






another european e2e encrypted gmail alternative reports rising signups


tutanota, an end-to-end encrypted email service located in germany, says it’s seeing an “exponential” uptick in sign-ups — crediting this to growing awareness of and concern for privacy online for a variety of (often political) reasons.the freemium, open source encrypted email service exited beta back in march 2015 — with a mission to broaden access to end-to-end encryption vs extant options like pgp that can be too complex for mainstream users to adopt. tutanota uses rsa and aes encryption, and monetizes via premium tiers — offering paid extras for those who want things like additional storage.blogging about a growth trend it says started in the second half of 2016 — but claims has “really taken off recently” — co-founder matthias pfau cites data from alexa page rank showing the email ser






another european e2e encrypted gmail alternative reports rising signups


tutanota, an end-to-end encrypted email service located in germany, says it’s seeing an “exponential” uptick in sign-ups — crediting this to growing awareness of and concern for privacy online for a variety of (often political) reasons.the freemium, open source encrypted email service exited beta back in march 2015 — with a mission to broaden access to end-to-end encryption vs extant options like pgp that can be too complex for mainstream users to adopt. tutanota uses rsa and aes encryption, and monetizes via premium tiers — offering paid extras for those who want things like additional storage.blogging about a growth trend it says started in the second half of 2016 — but claims has “really taken off recently” — co-founder matthias pfau cites data from alexa page rank showing the email ser






metro boys' swimming honor roll through jan. 29


50 freestyle• samuel schilling, minnetonka 20.62• jordan greenberg, eden prairie 21.12• andrew trepanier, lakeville north 21.19• ben chatwin, forest lake 21.28• abe townley, white bear lake 21.31• jack dahlgren, chanh en 21.37• jared baetzold, north st. paul 21.40• john shelstad, minnetonka 21.63• jasper appleton, eagan 21.76• henry skinner, prior lake 21.80100 freestyle• samuel schilling, minnetonka 45.39• john shelstad, minnetonka 46.29• jon busse, stillwater 46.48• josef hanson, minnetonka 46.53• jordan greenberg, eden prairie 46.66• jared baetzold, north st. paul 46.71• andrew trepanier, lkvl north 46.88• jack dahlgren, chanh en 46.91• ben chatwin, forest lake 47.02• joshua withers, eden prairie 47.24200 freestyle• samuel schilling, minntnka 1:39.08• jack dahlgren, chanh en 1:41.54• jo






for older investors, the fear is outliving your money


the bull market that has run since the end of the financial crisis is now nearly 8 years old, and while most experts believe the market can continue higher from here, they’re forecasting more volatility for the journey.with americans focused on the future, thanks to the ascension of a new president, savers and consumers who are nearing retirement need to be considering a key question:do i feel good about the stock and bond market for the next decade?while the timing of the question may feel political, the reason for the question has everything to do with the studies that talk about how market events affect the potential for an investor’s portfolio to properly serve them for the rest of their lives.moreover, at a point when people are looking outward and are focused on the big picture of a






monday's prep results


mondayalpine skiing • boysmetro eastat afton alps• st. thomas academy 334, hastings 290, mahtomedi 239, simley 184, hill-murray 111alpine skiing • smetro eastat afton alps• hastings 323, mahtomedi 316, hill-murray 234, simley 143basketball • boysmcaa• spectrum 85, bethany academy 47minnesota river• jordan 73, norwood ya 65, ot• mayer lutheran 81, belle plaine 73metropolitan area• cedar mt./comfrey 60, lester prairie/ht 58• cleveland 81, lesueur-henderson 59• sibley east 78, atwater-c-gc 58• st. cloud cathedral 84, zimmerman 72minnesota• adrian 69, fulda 56• austin 65, mankato west 52• bemidji 79, east grand forks 43• bethlehem acad. 61, glenville-emmons 42• brandon-evansville 74, clinton-g-b 48• browerville/ev 75, menahga 28• central lyon (iowa) 63, hills-bc 61• climax/fisher 66, norman co






monday's prep results


mondayalpine skiing • boysmetro eastat afton alps• st. thomas academy 334, hastings 290, mahtomedi 239, simley 184, hill-murray 111alpine skiing • smetro eastat afton alps• hastings 323, mahtomedi 316, hill-murray 234, simley 143basketball • boysmcaa• spectrum 85, bethany academy 47minnesota river• jordan 73, norwood ya 65, ot• mayer lutheran 81, belle plaine 73twin cities athletic• international school at comm. of peacemetropolitan area• cedar mt./comfrey 60, lester prairie/ht 58• sibley east 78, atwater-c-gc 58• st. cloud cathedral 84, zimmerman 72• lesueur-henderson at clevelandminnesota• austin 65, mankato west 52• bemidji 79, east grand forks 43• bethlehem academy 61, glenville-emmons 42• brandon-evansville 74, clinton-graceville-beardsley 48• browerville/ev 75, menahga 28• central ly






monday's prep results


mondaybasketball • boysnorthwest suburban• anoka 47, andover 42• armstrong 59, osseo 55• centennial 54, coon ids 50• champlin park 70, maple grove 60• elk river 62, spring lake park 50• park center 72, blaine 64• totino-grace 90, irondale 76twin cities athletic• north lakes 54, metro college prep 24metropolitan area• lakeville north 81, eden prairie 77, 2ot• litchfield 77, minnewaska area 69• st. agnes 74, st. paul washington 66• belle plaine at new ulmminnesota• braham 83, east central 44• browerville/ev 74, parkers prairie 36• byron 49, dover-eyota 41• cloquet 77, pine city 72• cochrane (wis.) 63, lewiston-altura 42• dawson-boyd 70, clinton-g-b 50• east grand forks 83, northern freeze 69• ely 79, cherry 38• fulda 75, truman/ml/ghec 74, ot• glenville-emmons 73, heron lake- okabena 62• jac