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Ebola Crisis : Gymrat76541 reported Texas hospital that treated a Liberian man who died of Ebola has reached a settlement with the man’s family. Move heads off a lawsuit from relatives of Thomas Duncan who died on October 8th.
Duncan arrived in Texas from Liberia on Sept 20th , was initially sent away from the hospital’s ER with antibiotics, which the hospital acknowledged was a mistake. Under the deal, the hospital will pay duncan’s relatives an undisclosed sum and set up a charitable foundation in his name to help Ebola victims in west Africa.
WHO says the number of Ebola deaths has passed 5,000. UN health agency says nearly 15,000 people are believed to have been infected with the virus, mostly in west Africa.
WHO says the tolls are likely an underestimate because many of those infected have been too afraid or unable to seek care. Meanwhile, evidence suggests the rate of new infections may be slowing in Guinea and Liberia, but are surging in Sierra Leone.
New York Kevin also reported lawmakers holding hearings on Capitol Hill Wednesday to consider Pres. Obama’s $6.2B emergency and request to help fight Ebola in West Africa.
Despite the reports that numbers of infections are slowing in some parts of West Africa. Cases are still rising in other areas. Aid orgs say thousands of health care workers will be needed over the next few months to help treat the virus in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Cmdr of US military’s Ebola response team in Liberia will limit its mission to 3,000 troops, 1000 fewer than originally planned. Army Maj. Gen. Voleski says the lower number is sufficient because there are greater than expected number of contractors available to support construction work. Voleski says there are currently 2,200 US troops in Liberia with the total likely to top out at 3,000 by mid December.
Fighting ISIS : A-J516 reported live from Kobani with Sandfly orbiting from the air, activists say airstrikes in Syria killed more than 860 people since they began in mid September.
The report says the majority of those killed in the airstrikes were members of ISIS or Al Qaeda’s affiliate.
But the strikes have also killed at least 50 civilians. Iraqi state TV says PM Abadi is shaking up the country’s military.
26 army officers have been relieved from their command, with 10 others retiring. 18 new commanders have been named in their place. Announcement comes as Iraq’s military and security forces battle militants from ISIS, who control about a third of the country.
Other News : Thriver has mixed feelings about the heavy snow, strong winds and unseasonably cold temps pounding the country’s midsection.
Snow is blanketing areas in MI’s upper peninsula, WI and parts of MN. In Billing, MT tempt fell from the high 60s Tuesday into the single digits, as the storm system pushed east. The chill is hitting the Appalachians and mid south Wednesday morning, and is expected to affect the East Coast by Thursday.
Watercop heard Pentagon confirms Russia is moving forces to eastern Ukraine, a claim Moscow denies, US Gen. Philip Breedlove wouldn’t say how many new troops and weapons have moved into Ukraine or how the alliance obtained the info.
The Russian defense minister quickly rejected Breedlove’s statement as groundless. The West and Ukraine have continuously accused Moscow of fueling a pro Russian insurgency in Eastern Ukraine with troops and weapons.
UNSC is preparing to hold an emergency session on Ukraine amid worries about a renewal of full scale conflict in the rebel held east. Officials with the organization for security and cooperation in Europe will brief the council Wednesday.
A September cease fire between Ukraine and pro Russia separatists has been repeatedly violated, and the eastern city of Donetsk has seen its heaviest shelling in weeks.
Chess does not trust Russian military says long range bombers will conduct regular patrols from the Arctic Ocean to the Carribean and Gulf of Mexico. Russian bombers made such flights during the cold war, but didn’t go as far as the Gulf of Mexico.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu says tensions with the West over Ukraine are also requiring Russia to bolster forces in the Crimea, the Black Sea Peninsula Moscow annexed in march.
Dow is flat again today. Gold closed at $1,163, silver at $15.69, copper at $3.02. Crude oil closed at $76.13. Gas price is dropping and some areas are seeing $2.64 per gallon. Can we see $2.50 per gallon by Thanksgiving?
Viciousdoggis is happy to hear retail markets are gaining momentum such as : Macy’s (M), TJ Max (TJX), JCPenney (JCP), Foot Locker (FL). Fossil announces $1B buy back.
Walmart is pushing 52 week high with Target trailing along. UBS raised price target of Apple to $125. Apple is taking market share of Samsung in China and USA. Boosterbglee can’t make up her mind which one.. Apple or Samsung?????
Snowglobe and genx4me are planning to go on this Royal Carribbean Cruise where you will be served drinks by a real robot at Bionic Bar. You can order any drinks you like on the tablet and the robot mixes the drink to perfection and serve it to you. The ship is also equipped with skydiving stimulator. Welcome to 21st century cruise J
IPO Buzz : Axalta Coating System (AXTA) debut today at $19.50, closed at $20.75. Factorshares Cyber Security EFT (HACK) also trades today with opening price at $25.00.
Is Movember bringing Santa rally?
El escandalo? Mexican President with China? Mexican president is under fire. It is confirmed he is not living at presidential palace, rather living in a new mansion owns by Mexican construction firm.
The mansion has price tag of $7M with all the bells and whistles. The explanation is that it’s not his house but his wife’s house who is a well known celebrity in Mexico.
The president’s office said first lady Rivera has her own money to put down 30% and paying rest off every month punctually. The irony is president in June voicing combat of government corruption.
He is ordered to report his asset and family asset. 5 Mexican companies to bid together for Mexico high speed rail, and one company wins in collaboration with China All Contractors Co. Calkid11 wonders what else the wife owns J
From Dinar Land : Captl1 gives a big sigh of relieve to hear Iraqi security forces and Peshmerga have almost completely liberated city of Beiji, the biggest oil refinery town in Iraq from ISIL which will cut off ISIL’s most important route connecting Iraq and Syria.
ISIL is increasingly relying on suicide bombings. For the first time, Mayor of Beiji, Mohammad al-Jabouri resumed his duties after the city is liberated from ISIL.
He described atrocities committed by ISIL including arbitrary executions, flogging and torture as means to terrorize everyone who shows any signs of resistance to their proclaimed caliphate.
Rayzur is giving thumbs up for Anbar’s women fighters. Anbar Tribal council announced the formation of an all female force for the first time to fight terrorists. The group is called “The Daughters of The Right”.
More than 50 women joined and their leader said they are all ready to fight the gangs. US military advisers will start training the 400 tribesmen to fight the terrorists. Guys… watch out for women J we are beautiful creature but can be deadly J
A member of city council in Mosul said ISIL builds a camp to train 340 teenagers to become extremists. ISIL has converted 40 schools and mosques into centers of teaching the worst kind of extremism.
Iraqi Pres. Massoum met with Saudi King and high ranked officials during his visit to Saudi Arabia. He told reporters that Iraq and Saudi Arabis are commited on fighting and defeating the terrorists that are trying to spread like cancer to every corner in the region and beyond.
House Speaker Saleem al-Jabouri asked “Doctors Without Borders” organization to join the effort to help the displaced people who need medical attention in Iraq. Jabouri received the organization delegation who explained what they can do to help.
Ministry of Agriculture said planting of grains is getting a boost from the ministry’s plan to have a bumper harvest in summer. Iraq imported more than 2.3M tons of wheat in 12 months and bought 3.4M million from local farmers but about 17% of that fell in the hands of ISIL after they controlled the grain silos in the north.
The ministry is preparing all lands that can be irrigated and distributed seeds, fertilizers and machinery among the farmers and agricultural companies.
Oil experts said Iraq crude production and exportation to resume and increasing in the next 4 years to produce between 8M-9M bpd by 2017/2018. Minister of Electricity said Iraq’s plans to have every Iraq’s citizens, business and factory enjoy uninterrupted electric flow in 2015.
Iraq’s Private Banks Assc said it will play more active role in Iraq’s economy going forward. The head of association said that large private banks are seeking regional and international banks to work closely to attract more investments to Iraq.
He added the new government is showing good signs aiming at the privatization of industries and businesses to turn Iraq into a market economy.
Iraqis want to see the government and parliament to start working together on improving the daily lives of its citizens and start passing laws in that direction.
From Rumor Land : TerryK hopes it happens on Wednesday night.
Tman23 says Qi card for Iraqis can be obtained in Jordan and Lebanon.
Arthur says in the next few days we should see completion of HCL at which time full blown currency reform will be allowed to commence.
Stryker says it will be easy for GOI to adopt the rewritten HCL draft of 2011.
Frank26 says they have made peace with Erbil and HCL should follow this trail.
Millionday says first thing Iraq needs is monetary reform to go to market economy.
Pepperoni on pizza is a realist and he is looking into the Q1 2015.
TNT Tony says the magic moment is any moment.
DC says RV should happen when you see numbers change on CBI, ISX and Yahoo finance.
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