Reverse phone – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 14:41:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://myrlinahermes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-6-150x150.png Reverse phone – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ 32 32 Alberta-based project deploys consumer health monitoring technology to pilot innovative home environment for aging populations https://myrlinahermes.com/alberta-based-project-deploys-consumer-health-monitoring-technology-to-pilot-innovative-home-environment-for-aging-populations/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 14:27:08 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/alberta-based-project-deploys-consumer-health-monitoring-technology-to-pilot-innovative-home-environment-for-aging-populations/ News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. CALGARY, Alta.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The HealthTech Home project, a new initiative of the Brenda Strafford Foundation (BSF) and Health Cities, aims to address the pressure on health systems by integrating and validating large technology public […]]]>

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CALGARY, Alta.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The HealthTech Home project, a new initiative of the Brenda Strafford Foundation (BSF) and Health Cities, aims to address the pressure on health systems by integrating and validating large technology public and innovative healthcare solutions in a residential setting.

As the largest generation of Canadians, the baby boomer generation, reaches the senior age bracket, aging in place has become a priority in the healthcare sector. Recent studies have shown that aging in place can reduce costs to the healthcare system while allowing older adults to stay safe, independent and connected to their homes and communities. However, understanding the technology needed to help seniors age in place isn’t always a straightforward selection, as many products are expensive or don’t integrate directly with existing consumer or healthcare systems.

The HealthTech Home project creates a deployed sandbox environment in a condo unit owned by BSF for independent seniors that is connected to one of their continuing care homes. Health technology solutions are selected and installed to monitor the health of a self-contained condominium tenant over the course of a year with the goal of slowing or reversing any health decline and assisting in aging in place . The selection, implementation and evaluation of technology will create a framework that supports aging in place. Currently, there is little framework to inform the implementation of technology for elderly care in a residential setting.

In addition to validating consumer and health technologies, this project established the HealthTech Home Innovation Council, the first group of its kind. The Council, comprised of key stakeholder groups, will meet regularly to share results and review results to inform policy and funding decisions. Once a technology has been validated as part of the project, the Council will assist with scale and deployment to ensure greater impact.

Best Buy Canada is the project’s first technology partner. The company’s expertise in commercial technology designed to support aging-in-place, coupled with its unique ability to bring foundational elements into the HealthTech house in a consolidated manner, enables an agnostic approach to scalable vendor selection across Canada . Other partners include the Brenda Strafford Center on Aging at the University of Calgary, CBI Health and W21C.

“Today’s generation of aging seniors have different expectations about staying in their homes and maintaining their independence as they age,” says Tony Weeks, president and CEO of the Brenda Strafford Foundation. “We are committed to leading research and innovation that improves the quality of life and quality of care for older adults in support of our mission to optimize well-being and enrich people’s lives. , creating an impact within our senior care communities and beyond.

“We know that enabling older adults to age in place, where they are comfortable and have the support of their community, leads to better health outcomes,” said Reg Joseph, CEO of Health Cities. “Designing a technology framework and solutions is essential to building a more efficient health system for aging populations. Alberta’s economy depends on creating these opportunities for Canadian health technology companies to integrate their solutions.

“Best Buy Health is driven by the belief that technology can improve lives, at any age and for any need,” said Sara Aghvami, director of Best Buy Health. “We are thrilled to be working on the HealthTech Home project, and believe it will provide a perfect example of how technology enriches lives and enables countless people to age in any place they feel comfortable. at her’s.”

About the Brenda Strafford Foundation

The Brenda Strafford Foundation is a registered Canadian charity established in 1975. The Foundation’s primary activities are care for the elderly, owning and operating five continuing care communities in and around Calgary, and with a strategic focus on the research and innovation in the field of the elderly. health and wellbeing. The Foundation also runs local charity programs to serve women and children fleeing domestic violence and families at risk of homelessness, as well as international charity programs for vulnerable populations in need of health services in underserved areas. of the Caribbean.

www.leBSF.ca

About Healthy Cities

Health Cities is a Canadian not-for-profit corporation that works with clinicians, innovators, philanthropic organizations and businesses to develop new models of care that have the potential to improve health outcomes and economic growth in the healthcare sector. health. Our goal is to transform innovations in our healthcare sector into solutions with commercial application and global relevance, adopting them for local impact and adapting them for export to global markets.

Visit healthcities.ca for more information.

About Best Buy Canada

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Best Buy Co., Inc. (NYSE: BBY), Best Buy Canada Ltd. is one of Canada’s largest and most successful omnichannel retailers, operating Best Buy, Best Buy Mobile and Geek Squad (www.geeksquad.ca) marks. With more than 160 Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores across Canada and an expanded assortment of lifestyle products offered on BestBuy.ca, Best Buy is a total retail leader, answering customers how, when and where they want to shop. Best Buy Canada is committed to making a positive impact in the community by providing services and technologies that help caregivers, improve digital skills and expand the reach of businesses specializing in care.

For more information, visit BestBuy.ca.

Media inquiries:

HHealth Cities

Stephanie Gillis-Paulgaard

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 780-885-0458

The Brenda Strafford Foundation

Julie Arnold

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 403-536-8682

Best Buy Canada

Mathew Wilson – Communications Specialist

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 604-809-3416

Source: Healthy Cities

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IHT FIRST HALF TAX PROFIT UP 271%; REVENUES UP 25%; https://myrlinahermes.com/iht-first-half-tax-profit-up-271-revenues-up-25/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 21:45:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/iht-first-half-tax-profit-up-271-revenues-up-25/ Phoenix, AZ, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — InnSuites Hospitality Trust (NYSE American: IHT) maintained its strong rebound in the first half of fiscal 2023 (February 1, 2022 to July 31, 2022), with revenue of approximately $3.8 million, up 25% from the first half of FY Previous exercice. Total consolidated net income for the second […]]]>

Phoenix, AZ, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — InnSuites Hospitality Trust (NYSE American: IHT) maintained its strong rebound in the first half of fiscal 2023 (February 1, 2022 to July 31, 2022), with revenue of approximately $3.8 million, up 25% from the first half of FY Previous exercice.

Total consolidated net income for the second quarter of the fiscal year increased by 271% or approximately $450,000 to $283,605.

Earnings per share based on this fiscal first half consolidated net income was $0.03 per share, up $0.05 from the prior fiscal first half of ($0.02), an unprecedented rebound in first fiscal semester.

The trust’s total equity increased to $4,058,266 at the end of the first half of fiscal 2023, up 28%, or $898,736 million, from $3,159,530 reported in the end of the first half of the previous financial year.

Net income before non-cash amortization expense was $628,041 for the fiscal first six months ended July 31, 2022, up 218%, or $430,433, from the fiscal first six months of the prior year closed on July 31, 2022.

Total revenue for the twelve-month period ending July 31, 2022 was approximately $7.2 million, up 46% from the prior twelve-month period.

Operating profit for the same consecutive twelve month period (ended July 31, 2022) improved by $1.6 million compared to the same prior twelve month period (ended July 31, 2021).

Consolidated net income of approximately $812,355 for the last twelve-month period (ended July 31, 2022) represents an improvement of $1.46 million, up from the same twelve-month period of the year previous year (closed on July 31, 2021).

IHT’s hotel operations continued to contribute to the strong start to the third quarter of current fiscal 2023, with Hotel Tucson and Hotel Albuquerque achieving near-record first-half revenue for fiscal 2023 (ended July 31, 2022). With the rate of improvement declining in the current fiscal third quarter (August 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022), the increase in hotel operations, revenues and profits is increasingly facing headwinds from a potential recessionary environment of higher interest rates.

On December 16, 2019, IHT committed to a $1 million diversification investment in UniGen Power Inc., an efficient innovation in clean-energy natural gas power generation. Subsequently, IHT exercised 275,000 UniGen warrants, bringing IHT’s total investment to approximately $1,398,750, currently with approximately two million warrants and one million potential shares of debentures outstanding convertible bonds which, if fully exercised, could increase IHT’s percentage ownership interest in UniGen to approximately 25%.

At the start of 2020, Covid restrictions around the world were put in place, which slowed the development of innovation and restricted supplier-related travel. Subsequently, UniGen experienced several development delays and increased costs.

UniGen is currently seeking additional funding to enable its first prototype to be assembled within the next six months with potential new funding from a number of sources, including possible additional infusion of debt and/or equity funds. properties of IHT which, if consumed, could potentially increase the fully diluted property of IHT above 25% property of UniGen.

UniGen Diversified Investing is speculative and may require additional time and additional IHT investment. IHT management believes that, although highly speculative, over time UniGen’s investment will be successful and, if so, highly profitable.

Said James Wirth, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of IHT:

“With fiscal first half 2023 revenues and earnings continuing to rebound, as well as the profitable fiscal year 2022 just completed, strong positive upward trends continue. IHT management believes that in Due to the hotel real estate held on IHT’s books at low book values ​​believed to be significantly below current market value and due to the high potential for UniGen’s diversification investment, the future of IHT looks IHT management continues to believe that recent market valuations of IHT shares, particularly in these turbulent and uncertain times, do not fully reflect IHT’s future potential. repurchase of company shares.

Said Sylvin Lange, Chief Financial Officer (CFO):

“IHT’s strong operating results and IHT’s increasingly strong balance sheet both reflect a significant rebound from the earlier Covid travel downturn. The NYSE American has confirmed that IHT is in full compliance with the NYSE American Listing Requirements.

On June 29, 2022, IHT’s Board of Directors announced a semi-annual dividend of $0.01 per share, which was paid on July 29, 2022 to shareholders of record as of July 15, 2022. This announcement continues a continuing and uninterrupted action . 52-year history of annual dividends, since its initial listing on the NYSE in 1971, with semi-annual dividends paid on January 31, 2022 and July 29, 2022.

For more information, visit www.innsuitestrust.com and www.innsuites.com.

Forward-looking statements

Except for historical information, matters discussed in this press release may include “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of federal securities laws. All statements regarding IHT’s review and exploration of potential strategic, operational and structural alternative diversification investments, and the associated expected costs and benefits, are forward-looking in nature. Actual developments and business decisions may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. Important factors, among others, that could cause actual results and future actions of IHT to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements include the uncertain outcome, impact, effects and results of the success of IHT to find qualified potential buyers for its host properties or find a reverse merger partner, the success of the timeline and/or the available development cash flow of UniGen’s clean energy diversification innovation, the continuation of semi-annual dividends in future years and other risks discussed in IHT’s filings with the SEC. IHT expressly disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances that may occur after the date hereof, all of which are expressly qualified by the foregoing, except as required by applicable law. required.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Marc Berg, Executive Vice President
602-944-1500
email: mberg@innsuites.com

INSUITES HOSPITALITY CENTER
1730 E. NORTH AVENUE, #122
Phoenix, Arizona 85020
Phone: 602-944-1500

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Nothing Phone (1) at Rs 25,999! Catch him at ‘Catch Me If You Can Sale’ tomorrow 12pm on Flipkart https://myrlinahermes.com/nothing-phone-1-at-rs-25999-catch-him-at-catch-me-if-you-can-sale-tomorrow-12pm-on-flipkart/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 05:13:30 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/nothing-phone-1-at-rs-25999-catch-him-at-catch-me-if-you-can-sale-tomorrow-12pm-on-flipkart/ Nothing entered the smartphone segment last July with the Nothing Phone (1). Last month, Nothing announced a price hike of Rs 1,000 on all three variants, after which the Nothing Phone (1) India price starts at Rs 33,999. The Nothing Phone (1) will be available at a discount of Rs 5 000 during the next […]]]>

Nothing entered the smartphone segment last July with the Nothing Phone (1). Last month, Nothing announced a price hike of Rs 1,000 on all three variants, after which the Nothing Phone (1) India price starts at Rs 33,999. The Nothing Phone (1) will be available at a discount of Rs 5 000 during the next Big Billion Days on Flipkart which will start on September 23 (September 22 for Flipkart Plus members). However, if you’re someone who can’t wait to get your hands on this amazing deal, Flipkart and Nothing have something for you in store.

A new banner on Flipkart reveals that the Nothing Phone (1) will be available for purchase for Rs 25,999 on September 20 at 12:00 PM as part of the Catch me if you can sell. Note that this effective price includes bank offers as well as up to Rs 3,000 in exchange bonuses.

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None of the phone (1) Specifications and features

The phone (1) flaunts a 6.55-inch OLED display panel with Full HD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 1200 nits peak brightness. The smartphone makes room for the front shooter inside a corner punch-hole notch and has Corning Gorilla Glass protection.

The Nothing Phone (1) is powered by a mid-range octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ processor that brings up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage and up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The device boots Nothing OS based on Android 12. Nothing also promised three years of Android OS upgrades, but it plans to roll out Android 13 update for the device sometime in 2023 .

Nothing’s phone (1) relies on a rear dual-camera setup that includes a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor with OIS support. It is accompanied by another 50 MP Samsung JN1 ultra wide angle lens and an LED flash. For selfies, it offers a 16MP snapper.

The phone (1) is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh. It supports 33W wired fast charging, 15W Qi wireless charging and 5W reverse wireless charging. Note that the retail box of Nothing Phone (1) does not contain an adapter dump.

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Top 5 Best Smartphones Under $500 – September 2022 https://myrlinahermes.com/top-5-best-smartphones-under-500-september-2022/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 11:00:46 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/top-5-best-smartphones-under-500-september-2022/ Looking for a flagship phone but not ready to spend more than $500 for it? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will indeed discover the best smartphones currently on sale for less than $500; keep reading! Best smartphones for under $500 1. Vivo iQOO Neo 6 Let’s start with the […]]]>

Looking for a flagship phone but not ready to spend more than $500 for it? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will indeed discover the best smartphones currently on sale for less than $500; keep reading!

Best smartphones for under $500

1. Vivo iQOO Neo 6

Let’s start with the Vivo iQOO Neo 6, which is on the list again because it’s one of the most powerful smartphones currently available for under $500. The handset packs the high-end Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset; coupled 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

Besides the powerful chip, we find a large 6.62-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the iQOO Neo 6 comes with a 64MP resolution main camera. Other cameras include a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2 MP B&W sensor. Meanwhile, on the front, there is a 16MP sensor for selfies.

Finally, the Vivo iQOO Neo 6 incorporates a 4700 mAh battery with support for 80 W fast charging.

2. POCO F4 GT

Then we have another handset that also comes with the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen1 – the POCO F4 GT. This hardware powers a sizable 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and 480Hz touch sampling rate.

When it comes to photography, the F4 GT comes with a total of three cameras. These include a 64MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra wide lens and a 2MP macro camera. For selfies, we have a 20MP snapper on the front.

The POCO phone is powered by a 4700mAh capacity battery with support for an incredible 120W fast charge.

Best smartphones for under $500

3.Motorola Edge X30

As you will never tire of performance phones, the next device on the list is the Motorola Edge X30. As you might have guessed, the handset also packs the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset.

On the Moto Edge X30 we then find a stunning 6.7-inch OLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a whopping 144Hz refresh rate.

From a photography perspective, Motorola’s Edge X30 features a 50MP main shooter paired with a 50MP ultrawide lens and a 2MP portrait camera. At the front there is an ultra-detailed 60MP camera for selfies.

Finally, the Moto Edge X30 packs a large 5000mAh capacity battery with support for 68W fast charging technology.

Best smartphones for under $500

4.Redmi Note 11T Pro

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Then, if you’re looking for something more affordable, the Redmi Note 11T Pro (China) is a bargain at around $360. At this price, you are indeed getting a powerful MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chipset; with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

The Redmi Note 11T Pro offers a large 6.6-inch IPS display with Full HD+ resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, making it a great option for gamers.

As for the cameras, the Note 11T Pro packs a 64MP primary camera; paired with an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 2MP macro lens. While for selfies there is a 16MP sensor on the front.

Lastly, the smartphone is powered by a 5080mAh battery that supports 67W fast charging.

Best smartphones for under $500

5. Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G

Finally, if you are a Samsung user and value the Samsung ecosystem, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G might be the best upgrade for you. The smartphone packs the latest-generation but still very powerful Snapdragon 888; with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G then incorporates a compact 6.4-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

On the camera side, the Galaxy S21 FE 5G brings a 12MP main sensor; paired with a 13MP ultra-wide angle lens and an 8MP telephoto lens. Up front, there’s a single 32MP snapper.

Finally, the Samsung phone runs on a 4500mAh capacity battery with support for 25W fast charging. There is also 15W wireless charging and 4.5W reverse wireless charging..

Check out our under $300 list if you’re on a tighter budget!

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Putin’s options narrow after battlefield rout of Ukraine https://myrlinahermes.com/putins-options-narrow-after-battlefield-rout-of-ukraine/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 14:02:44 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/putins-options-narrow-after-battlefield-rout-of-ukraine/ Ukrainian paratroopers drive the vehicle with the Ukrainian flag on the pantone bridge crossing the Siverskiy-Donets river in the recently recaptured region of Izium, Ukraine, Wednesday, September 14, 2022. AP Photo/Evgeny Maloletka Humbled by Ukraine’s meteoric gains on the battlefield, Russian President Vladimir Putin faces increasingly limited options as he seeks to turn the tide […]]]>

Ukrainian paratroopers drive the vehicle with the Ukrainian flag on the pantone bridge crossing the Siverskiy-Donets river in the recently recaptured region of Izium, Ukraine, Wednesday, September 14, 2022. AP Photo/Evgeny Maloletka

Humbled by Ukraine’s meteoric gains on the battlefield, Russian President Vladimir Putin faces increasingly limited options as he seeks to turn the tide of his nearly seven-month-old embattled invasion.

Criticism in Russia of the sudden setback in the northeast Kharkiv region over the past week has spread from nationalist bloggers to mainstream political figures. But his forces still hold key positions in Ukraine’s Donbass region and are fighting a fierce fight against his troops near Kherson in the south. There are signs that the Kremlin could also redeploy forces to protect Crimea, which Russia annexed as the main prize in its 2014 campaign, in case Ukraine is able to break through its lines.

In the Kremlin, the shock of sudden and startling battlefield reversals is increasingly giving way to grim resignation and determination to continue the escalation of the fight, stepping up strikes against Ukrainian infrastructure deep behind the lines, according to people close to the situation who spoke. on condition of anonymity to discuss confidential matters.

Publicly, Russia denies having targeted civilian targets, which would be a violation of international law.

But after strikes on power plants plunged large areas of Ukraine into darkness on Sunday, Russia fired missiles at parts of the water system in Kryvyi Rih on Wednesday evening, causing severe damage and destruction. flooding in a town behind the front lines, Ukraine said.

Yet even with its more weapons, Russia is still plagued by troop shortages and low morale and is unlikely to be able to reverse what the United States calls a “shift in leadership.” ‘momentum’ towards Kyiv with its ever-increasing arms shipments from Washington. and European allies. The Kremlin’s attempts to use energy supply disruptions to pressure Europe have so far failed to erode support for Ukraine, while Moscow’s vague hints of a possible nuclear escalation ring a bell. hollow.

“We are moving in one direction – forward and towards victory,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Wednesday during a surprise visit to the strategic town of Izyum, one of dozens of towns and villages that his strength resumed last week.

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Destroyed and damaged houses after the Russian attack on a civilian neighborhood in the recently recaptured area of ​​Izium, Ukraine, Wednesday, September 14, 2022. AP Photo/Evgeny Maloletka

Putin still does not consider the invasion a “mistake”, according to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who spoke by telephone with the Russian president on Tuesday.

Moscow’s priority now is to prevent Ukraine from making substantial gains in the south and east over the next few weeks, restoring a stalemate on the battlefield by winter, according to Alexander Borodai, a Russian lawmaker who leads a force of volunteer fighters and briefly served as leader of the separatist Donetsk People’s Republic in 2014.

“We suffered a psychological defeat but the Ukrainians are not going to find it easy,” he said. Reinforcements are strengthening Russian defenses in Kherson and the army is continuing its offensive in Donbass even though it lost a key supply route after the Ukrainian advance, he said by telephone.

Inside Russia, there are growing public calls for a more aggressive stance.

“There is a war going on, and we have no right to lose it,” Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov said on Tuesday. “We need a full mobilization of the country.”

The Kremlin continues to rule out mass conscription, a move that risks sparking unrest, despite Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive in retaking more than 6,000 square kilometers (2,300 miles) of territory so far this month- here, dealing a decisive blow to the Russian attempt to seize control of the East.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on economic issues via teleconference in Moscow, Russia, Monday, September 12, 2022. Gavriil Grigorov, Sputnik, Kremlin swimming pool photo via AP

“The major problem for us at the moment is the lack of manpower,” said Kremlin political consultant Sergei Markov. “The Russian army fighting in Ukraine is half the size of our Ukrainian adversaries.”

But general mobilization would probably not solve the immediate problem because it would take months to train the new conscripts. And abandoning the rhetorical pretense that the war is a “special military operation” would force ordinary Russians, many of whom have been largely isolated from it, to confront the true scale of the conflict.

Instead, Putin and his commanders are more likely to opt for “crypto-mobilization,” including through a bill that would legalize conscription requests by mail, rather than in person, according to the report. ‘Institute for the Study of War, an American thinker. tank that follows the war in the daily reports. The aim would be to “promote recruitment into contract service through deception, coercion or promised financial rewards,” the ISW said in its Tuesday report.

Pro-Kremlin pundits on state television have admitted serious reversals after the Defense Ministry portrayed the hasty troop withdrawal in the face of superior advancing Ukrainian forces as a redeployment. More than 20,000 residents of the liberated areas of the Kharkiv region have fled to Russia for fear of reprisals from the Ukrainian authorities, the Tass news service reported. Kyiv said it will prosecute citizens who collaborated with the occupying forces.

The loyalist Just Russia party on Wednesday called for a closed session of parliament this week to hear a report on the situation on the battlefield from Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Tass reported.

Some former critics have returned to again support the Kremlin line. Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, a staunch Putin loyalist who over the weekend denounced the army’s “mistakes” in the operation, had nothing but praise. “Our generals, graduates of military academies, are well versed in the intricacies of how to wage war,” he wrote in Telegram.

“But if it were up to me, I would announce martial law across the country and use all the weapons we have because today we are fighting with the whole NATO bloc,” did he declare. The alliance does not conduct combat operations in Ukraine.

Dmitry Medvedev, a former president and now a senior Kremlin official known for his angry public statements, warned on Tuesday that “the military campaign will move to another level.”

“Western countries will no longer be able to sit in their clean homes and apartments laughing at how they are masterfully weakening Russia by proxy,” he wrote in Telegram. “Everything around them will be on fire. The earth will burn and the concrete will melt.


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Marin Academy Women’s Golf Scores Historic First Victory – Marin Independent Journal https://myrlinahermes.com/marin-academy-womens-golf-scores-historic-first-victory-marin-independent-journal/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 04:14:40 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/marin-academy-womens-golf-scores-historic-first-victory-marin-independent-journal/ Stephanie Zola took medalist honors with a par 44 from 8 over at Peacock Gap as Marin Academy earned its first victory in the program’s first season. With an extra boost from Parker Rothbart, who shot a 46, the Wildcats (1-1) edged Washington, 195-203, on Monday. Washington was led by Kristen Wong’s 47. • Aimee […]]]>

Stephanie Zola took medalist honors with a par 44 from 8 over at Peacock Gap as Marin Academy earned its first victory in the program’s first season. With an extra boost from Parker Rothbart, who shot a 46, the Wildcats (1-1) edged Washington, 195-203, on Monday. Washington was led by Kristen Wong’s 47.

• Aimee Yang and Lizzy Liu each shot a tied 40 for low medalist honors as they led Branson past Tam and Archie Williams in a three-way match at the Meadow Club on Monday. The Bulls finished at. 183, with Archie Williams at 221 and Tam at 234.

The Bulls also got help from Anna Han (41) and Phone Yates (62).

Ryan Magnusson’s 41 paced the Falcons, followed by Kaiya Chiu (56), Mirabelle Davis (62) and Abby Cochran (62). Tam was managed by Lola Spendov (50), Alexandria Fordes (60), Alex Tesse (62) and Zoe Tokarski (62).

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Eleanor Titcome’s spectacular fourth-quarter goal gave Redwood a 1-0 victory over Davis on Monday. Sammy Haan led the attack with the assist from Titcome, whose reverse stick with his back to goal found a hole in the defense for the winning goal with 11:40 to play.

• Senior Katharine DiPerna Pavlich set the score for the Falcons in a 6-2 loss to Berkeley.

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DOJ declines charges in Overland Park police killing of John Albers https://myrlinahermes.com/doj-declines-charges-in-overland-park-police-killing-of-john-albers/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 22:08:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/doj-declines-charges-in-overland-park-police-killing-of-john-albers/ The Justice Department announced Friday that it will not file federal criminal civil rights charges against an Overland Park, Kansas police officer who shot and killed an unarmed 17-year-old high school student who was leading out his family van from a garage. Federal prosecutors said they could not show the officer acted “deliberately” in firing […]]]>

The Justice Department announced Friday that it will not file federal criminal civil rights charges against an Overland Park, Kansas police officer who shot and killed an unarmed 17-year-old high school student who was leading out his family van from a garage.

Federal prosecutors said they could not show the officer acted “deliberately” in firing 13 shots into the van in two short bursts, in a killing captured by three police dash cameras. Six of the shots hit the driver.

The decision, announced by the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division in Washington, was the second move by the prosecution to clear former officer Clayton Jenison of any crime. mischief. A month after the January 2018 murder, the Johnson County, Kansas prosecutor also declined the charges, saying Jenison had a reasonable fear of being hit by the van driven by John Albers, who had told friends a few minutes earlier on Snapchat that he planned to kill himself. The friends called 911.

The Justice Department said in a statement that to prove a federal criminal civil rights violation, prosecutors would have to show that Jenison not only used force that was constitutionally unreasonable, but that he did so “willingly,” meaning he “acted for an evil purpose”. ignore the law. »

“It is not enough for the government to prove that an officer acted out of fear, error, panic, misperception, lack of judgment, negligence or gross negligence,” the department said.

The statement added, “Unlike many state jurisdictions that have laws criminalizing murder committed with lesser mental states, such as criminal negligence or recklessness, the federal government has no law that criminalizes the use of ‘unreasonable force by a policeman, if the will cannot be proven. beyond a reasonable doubt.”

Justice Department lawyers met with Albers’ parents last month to tell them of their decision. “This was not the outcome we envisioned in seeking justice for John,” said Sheila Albers, John Albers’ mother. “The absence of an indictment under federal law does not change the fact that we need significant changes to the system that investigates these tragedies and that our local leaders promote community evolution of enforcement. of the law.”

She added, “They make it clear that this should have been a state level charge. And we have local officials who still haven’t done the right thing.

Overland Park, which paid Jenison a $70,000 severance package less than a month after the murder, said he cooperated fully with the investigation and was “grateful to the FBI and the Department for Justice for investigating and reviewing this matter. The Overland Park Police Department strives to defuse and prevent the use of force where possible. This situation was tragic and we in the city continue to keep the Albers family in our thoughts.

Morgan Roach, Jenison’s attorney, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

After Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe denied state-level charges in 2018, Albers’ parents sued Jenison and Overland Park in federal court. Following a federal judge’s ruling that a reasonable jury could find that Jenison was not in danger because of the van, Overland Park in 2019 paid the Albers family a $2.3 million settlement. howe did not respond to a request for comment.

Sheila Albers continued to press for information about the shooting and found that Overland Park allowed Jenison to resign in 2018 without notice to the filming state licensing authorities. Shortly after this revelation, the Justice Department announced it was opening a civil rights investigation into the case.

After shooting and killing unarmed teenage driver, Kansas cop was awarded $70,000 severance pay

Stephen R. McAllister was the US attorney from Kansas who started the civil rights case in 2020. He is also a law professor who teaches civil rights at the University of Kansas. He said in an interview last week that after meeting Sheila Albers – and then reading the federal court’s decision denying Overland Park’s motion to dismiss the Albers’ civil case or grant the officer immunity – he had met Howe. Howe explained why he thought the shooting was justified, but McAllister was unconvinced and launched the Justice Department investigation.

Meanwhile, the Kansas City media filed a lawsuit seeking details of Jenison’s split and for the release of the police filing. In 2021, Overland Park released the almost 500 page folder, offering a rare insight into how the police investigate one of their own. The Washington Post recently released a 20-minute film examining the investigation.

The shooting happened at dusk on January 20, 2020. John Albers had been arrested for shoplifting earlier in the day, and his parents said he was still upset and refused to join them for dinner with a parent. After his parents and two younger brothers left, Albers wrote in his diary that he planned to kill himself, then posted a video of himself on Snapchat making similar comments. Some of his friends called 911.

Jenison and another officer, Ryan Newlon, were dispatched to the Albers’ home. Police records show they had no prior experience with Albers or knowledge of his arrest that day. Dashcam footage shows the two officers approaching the house, not knocking on the door or announcing themselves, and then Newlon returned to his car to pick up a phone.

As Jenison stood alone in the front yard, the garage door opened. Albers’ Honda Odyssey van had its headlights on and the driver began to slowly back up. Video shows Jenison approaching the garage with her gun drawn and shouting “Stop!” three times, then stepped back and fired two shots.

The van stopped. Then he went back down the driveway, turned 180 degrees and placed Jenison in the rear center of the van. The video shows Jenison quickly getting into the side of the van. As the van backed into the garage, video shows Jenison fired another 11 shots into the side, killing Albers.

Unarmed teenage driver is killed by police, followed by a year with few answers

Overland Park did not investigate the shooting. The Johnson County Police Department uses an “Officer Involved Shooting Investigation Team” comprised of uninvolved departments to handle police shootings. A commander from nearby Olathe, Kansas, then Deputy Chief Shawn Reynolds, took over the investigation, which records show was completed in six days.

Police records show that the OISIT investigation did not make a scene diagram, conduct a scene visit with Jenison, review Jenison’s personal or military records, and did not dispute his claim that he was in mortal danger because of the van. The interview with Jenison lasted less than 40 minutes, police video shows.

A 3D digital reconstruction of the shooting, created by The Washington Post, indicates that Jenison was not in the way of the van during one of the 13 shots he fired. He, Howe and Reynolds, now the chief of Temple, Texas, all declined to discuss the investigation. Jenison has not returned to the police since the murder. Reynolds did not respond to a request for comment on Friday. He and Howe previously said they could not discuss the case because it was under federal investigation.

The Justice Department statement recounts the findings of the FBI investigation, noting that “Albers began to slowly back the van out of the garage” and that Jenison “got out of the way of the van and, without identifying herself verbally as a policeman, fired two shots into the van.

The statement says the van turned around and “slowly backed toward the house. The officer again found himself briefly in the path of the van as it began to back up, but he pulled away and the vehicle again passed him. He then fired 11 times into the van in less than about three seconds.

Federal prosecutors took note of the judge’s ruling in the Albers’ civil suit, saying a jury may find that Jenison used unreasonable force in her first two shootings, “and the federal criminal investigation found no no substantial evidence inconsistent with that conclusion”.

Appointed by President Donald Trump, McAllister resigned as a U.S. attorney last year when President Biden took office, but maintained contact with the Albers family and accompanied them to the meeting in Kansas City. , Kan., with Washington Justice Department officials when the decision was first revealed. “I think the Federal team did their job honestly, professionally,” McAllister said. “I disagree with the result, but ultimately the federal standard [of willfulness] is high.”

“If it were up to me as an American attorney,” McAllister said, “I would push hard to indict him and let a jury decide. … I also think there’s a strong consensus at least in the federal side, that there is more than enough evidence to indict [Jenison] with reckless homicide. The state authorities were therefore wrong to decline the charges.

McAllister was highly critical of the OISIT investigation, its missing exhibits, and its focus on Albers’ juvenile criminal history, which Jenison was unaware of. “It’s just tragic that the Albers were victimized twice,” he said, “by what Jenison did and then by what the OISIT team did.”

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Dicello Levitt LLC and Freed Kanner London & Millen LLC Announce Proposed Class Action Settlement Involving Purchasers of Opana ER and/or its Generic Equivalent https://myrlinahermes.com/dicello-levitt-llc-and-freed-kanner-london-millen-llc-announce-proposed-class-action-settlement-involving-purchasers-of-opana-er-and-or-its-generic-equivalent/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/dicello-levitt-llc-and-freed-kanner-london-millen-llc-announce-proposed-class-action-settlement-involving-purchasers-of-opana-er-and-or-its-generic-equivalent/ CHICAGO, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — If you paid or refunded part or all of the purchase price of branded or generic Opana ER® (oxymorphone hydrochloride extended release), you could get paid in a class action. Your rights may be affected by a proposed partial settlement in a class action lawsuit regarding prices paid for […]]]>

CHICAGO, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ —

If you paid or refunded part or all of the purchase price of branded or generic Opana ER® (oxymorphone hydrochloride extended release), you could get paid in a class action.

Your rights may be affected by a proposed partial settlement in a class action lawsuit regarding prices paid for the Opana ER brand and generic by consumers and third-party payers filed against defendant Impax Laboratories, Inc. (“Impax”). The case name is In re Opana ER Antitrust litigation, MDL No. 2580, Lead Case No. 14-cv-10150 (ND Ill.) (the “Law”). The trial, which is ongoing in the northern district of Illinoisalleges that Impax, together with Endo Health Solutions Inc., Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Penwest Pharmaceuticals Co. (collectively, “Endo”), violated certain antitrust, consumer protection and unjust enrichment laws by entering into a ” pay for delay agreement” or “reverse payment”, delaying the launch of the generic version of Impax’s Opana ER until January 2013. As a result, the lawsuit alleges that the endpayer classes paid or reimbursed the Opana ER brand and generic at higher prices than they otherwise would have been. Impax denies any wrongdoing. After the plaintiffs settled with Impax, a federal jury determined that with respect to Endo, the plaintiffs had failed in their duty to show that Endo violated any federal or state laws arising from the plaintiffs’ allegations.

The Court has given preliminary approval to the proposed settlement between the Ultimate Payors Groups and Impax (the “Settlement”). The proposed Impax Settlement will provide for the payment of $15 million (the “Settlement Fund”) to resolve claims of ultimate payor groups against Impax. The full text of the proposed settlement agreement is available at www.opanaerantitrustlitigation.com.

The Court has scheduled a hearing to decide whether to approve the settlement, the plan for allocating settlement funds to class members, and the Lead Co-Lawyer’s request for payment of attorneys’ fees and reimbursement of expenses and service awards to the group representative. Claimants Out of the Settlement Fund (the “Equity Hearing”). The fairness hearing is scheduled for December 15, 2022at 10:00 a.m.Before the judge Harry D. Leinenweber at the Everett McKinley Dirksen U.S. Courthouse, 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, Ill. 60604.

Who is included?

You are a member of the groups of final plaintiffs if:

You purchased, paid for, or refunded all or part of the purchase price of branded or generic Opana ER sold by Endo or Impax for consumption, and not resale, by yourself, your family members, policyholders, members, employees or beneficiaries, at any time during the April 2011 through September 2018 in one of the following states or commonwealths:

Arizona*, California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts*, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi*, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsinand the District of Colombia.

* As it concerns Arizona, Massachusettsand Mississippi claims for unjust enrichment, Class Members must have purchased, paid for, and/or refunded some or all of the purchase price of the Opana ER brand or generic from June 4, 2011through September 2018.

The following people are NOT members of Classes:

  • Defendants and their attorneys, officers, directors, officers, employees, subsidiaries or affiliates;
  • Persons or entities whose only purchases or reimbursements or payments for the Opana ER brand or generic were for or for the Opana ER generic product sold by Actavis South Atlantic LLC or its successors;
  • All government entities and Medicare Part D plans and beneficiaries, except Medicare Part D non-government funded benefit plans;
  • Any persons or entities that purchased Opana ER for resale or directly from Defendants or their affiliates;
  • Fully insured health plans (plans that have purchased insurance from another third-party payer covering 100% of the plan’s reimbursement obligations to its members);
  • Flat-rate co-payers (consumers who have paid the same co-pay amount for branded and generic drugs);
  • Any consumer who purchased only the branded version of Endo from Opana ER after the AB-rated generic version became available in January 2013 (that’s to say“brand true”);
  • Consumers with copay insurance plans who purchased only generic versions of Opana ER (that’s to say“co-pay only generic consumers”);
  • Pharmacy benefit managers;
  • All attorneys on file; and
  • The Court, Court staff and any member of their immediate family.

For more details, please read the detailed notice available at www.opanaerantitrustlitigation.com.

Your rights and options

DO NOT DO ANYTHING: If you are a member of a class, by doing nothing, you will remain in that class, but you will not be entitled to participate in any settlement fund distributions. You will be bound by any decisions of the Court in this Lawsuit, including decisions on the Settlement.

SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM: If you have not excluded yourself from one or more of the Courses before the December 6, 2021, Deadline and believe you are a Class Member, you will need to complete and return a Claim Form to obtain a share of the Settlement Fund. The Claim Form and information on how to submit it are available on the Settlement Website. Claim Forms must be postmarked (if mailed) or received (if submitted online) by January 5, 2023. Because a federal jury recently determined that Impax’s co-defendant, Endo, did not violate federal or state law arising from his reverse payment agreement, this may be your only opportunity to receive compensation in this dispute.

PURPOSE OF PAYMENT: If you object to all or part of the Settlement or if you wish to speak in person at the Fairness Hearing, you must file a written letter of objection and/or a notice of intention to speak, including a Summary Statement, to the Court, Lead Co-Lawyer and Counsel for Impax by November 7, 2022.

Want more information?

Go to www.opanaerantitrustlitigation.com. You may also contact the Claims and Notices Administrator, by mail to Opana ER Antitrust Litigation, PO Box 173067, Milwaukee, Wis. 53217, e-mail to [email protected], or by phone at 877-888-6423. The timelines contained in this notice are subject to change by court order, so check the settlement website for any updates.

Please do not call the court or the court clerk for information on the Impax settlement.

SOURCE Dicello Levitt LLC and Freed Kanner London & Millen LLC

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Police called to rescue a woman who got stuck upside down in a gymnasium https://myrlinahermes.com/police-called-to-rescue-a-woman-who-got-stuck-upside-down-in-a-gymnasium/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 12:30:48 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/police-called-to-rescue-a-woman-who-got-stuck-upside-down-in-a-gymnasium/ A woman has been forced to call the police to come and rescue her after she got stuck upside down while working out at a gym in the early hours of the morning. A video of TikTok user Christine Faulds aka @cfaulds20which has already been viewed over 7 million times, shows what happens when you […]]]>

A woman has been forced to call the police to come and rescue her after she got stuck upside down while working out at a gym in the early hours of the morning.

A video of TikTok user Christine Faulds aka @cfaulds20which has already been viewed over 7 million times, shows what happens when you try to use an inversion table at 3am when no one else is around.

In the viral clip’s text overlay, she wrote, “When you have to call 9-1-1 because you’re stuck on inversion at 3 a.m. at the gym…”

The incident allegedly happened at the 24-hour Powerhouse Gym in Berea, Ohio, where she had set up her phone to record her session, as many health and gym influencers do these days.

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However, her training was soon turned upside down as she found herself stuck and with no one to help her as the few people around were apparently in other rooms.

@cfaulds20

At least they didn’t send a whole team of firefighters…

In videoshe fidgets and even tries to get out of the situation, but to no avail.

Realizing she was in dire straits, Faulds used her smartwatch to dial 911 and ask for help. In the video, she can be heard telling the dispatcher, “There’s only one person in the gym and I got stuck, you know that backboard thing. I got stuck in that reverse decompression thing.

She adds: “I think the thing went too far and I just got stuck upside down and can’t get up. I’m trying to get my boyfriend’s attention but he’s in the lurch. ‘other piece heaving. I’m sorry, I’m just stuck.”

After 12 minutes of being stuck upside down, officers finally arrived at the gym and were able to free her from the device.

Viewers on TikTok couldn’t help but find the whole thing hilarious. One wrote: “When the Apple Watch saves the day lol my daughter I’m so sorry but can’t stop laughing!”

Another said: ‘It’s only embarrassing if you have to make that call more than once.

A third added: “Apple Watch should use THIS in its advertising.”

Although the ordeal gave Fauld viral fame, she said she “don’t know if I’ll ever get back to that table, to be honest.”

Speaking to Complex, she admitted she can see the fun side of things now: “People say, ‘Why would you post that? So embarrassing,’ but I think sometimes you have to laugh at yourself. and move on.”

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T-Mobile, Best Buy, Amazon and more https://myrlinahermes.com/t-mobile-best-buy-amazon-and-more/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/t-mobile-best-buy-amazon-and-more/ Quick links Motorola Edge 2022 key features Where to buy the Motorola Edge 2022? Motorola unveiled the all-new Motorola Edge 2022 smartphone earlier in August, and we’ve already gotten our hands dirty with the new midranger. The new Edge 2022 offers a lower price and has improved specs and overall hardware features that make it […]]]>

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  • Motorola Edge 2022 key features
  • Where to buy the Motorola Edge 2022?

Motorola unveiled the all-new Motorola Edge 2022 smartphone earlier in August, and we’ve already gotten our hands dirty with the new midranger. The new Edge 2022 offers a lower price and has improved specs and overall hardware features that make it a more attractive upgrade than previous generations.

The new Motorola Edge 2022 is powered by the latest MediaTek Dimensity 1050 chipset, coupled with 6/8 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of storage, depending on the model chosen. The phone packs a great array of camera sensors on the front and back, and it’s one of the few devices that not only supports 30W fast wired charging, but also wireless charging. .

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Motorola Edge 2022 key features

Although the device still sports a plastic build and a single gray colorway, it’s sleek, thin and light. The device packs a large 6.6-inch, 144Hz, 10-bit FHD+ OLED panel. There aren’t many phones with a refresh rate above 120Hz, but Motorola has managed to squeeze it in the new Edge 2022 model. The device also sports an optical fingerprint scanner under the display, and it has smaller bezels on the bottom to make it look more up to date.

When it comes to performance, the Edge 2022 features a MediaTek Dimensity 1050, MediaTek’s first SoC that supports the new 5G mmWave technology. The phone will be available with 6/128 GB and 8/256 GB of memory and storage options. The device also comes preinstalled with Android 12, but the company will later update it to Android 13.

The rear camera array includes a 50MP f/1.8 primary sensor with PDAF and OIS, a 13MP f/1.5 ultra-wide sensor with a 120-degree field of view, and a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor. There’s also a 32MP f/2.5 selfie camera. It’s a solid camera setup, and while we don’t expect them to compete with high-end devices, we think they’ll be perfect for capturing important moments in dazzling conditions. adequate lighting. We’ll have to wait and see until we can take a closer look at the device ourselves.

Motorola is also well known for offering decent charging technologies and large batteries for its devices, and the Motorola 2022 is no exception. The device comes with a powerful 5000mAh battery and supports 30W fast wired charging. The device also supports 15W fast wireless charging, and even 5W reverse wireless charging. W. As you might have already guessed, the phone does not come with a charger in the box.

Where to buy the Motorola Edge 2022?

T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Spectrum Mobile, UScellular, Visible

The 2022 Motorola Edge will be available in the US from T-Mobile in the coming weeks for just $498, with a limited-time offer to pick it up for free when a new line is added. Keep in mind that T-Mobile will offer the model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The device will also be available from AT&T, Verizon, Spectrum Mobile, UScellular and Visible.

The unlocked version of the Motorola Edge 2022 with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage will be available at Best Buy, Amazon and motorola.com for $499.99 for a limited time. Once the promotion ends, the price will revert to $600.

The 2022 Moto Edge will also be available in Canada “in the coming months”.

It’s also worth mentioning that only Verizon units will be able to take advantage of the new 5G mmWave technology, while other models from other carriers will be limited to sub-6GHz 5G technologies. Also, the mmWave will not be available on unlocked units, even if you decide to use it with a Verizon SIM card.

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