Canadian astronaut David SaintJacques to head to space station in 2018

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first_imgMONTREAL – The coming year is promising to be a busier one than usual for the Canadian Space Agency.After a five-year lull, a Canadian astronaut will finally head back into space, with David Saint-Jacques scheduled to blast off for a long-term visit to the International Space Station in November 2018.The last time a Canadian visited the orbiting space laboratory was in 2013 when Chris Hadfield completed a stay that lasted almost five months.Saint-Jacques, an engineer and doctor, will begin his first space voyage when he launches aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.The 47-year-old astronaut, who will become the ninth Canadian to travel to space, will be joined on the trip by an American and a Russian.Saint-Jacques, who will also be the Russian space capsule’s co-pilot, says it takes a lot of time just to prepare for the blast-off.“You’ve got to be ready on the launch pad, flying that rocket and knowing everything you have to know, so that’s why the training is several years,” he said recently.Saint-Jacques will also have to deal with the psychological challenge of being away from the planet, his wife and three young children, aged six, four and one.“So it’s a huge challenge of getting a balance between your personal life, your love life and your professional life — getting all that to work together,” he said.Space agency president Sylvain Laporte says Saint-Jacques has been training extensively for his six-month mission.“David shared with me that over the last 18 months, learning all that he needed to learn, to prepare for his mission was quite demanding,” Laporte told The Canadian Press.He said even though no Canadians have been to space since Hadfield, it’s not out of the ordinary.Laporte noted that the number of flights for Canadian astronauts is based on the country’s contributions to the space station.“We’re on time with respect to our contributions so there’s nothing abnormal with respect to the five years,” he said.Discussions, Laporte said, are underway with NASA to schedule a space trip for fellow Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen.“If nothing changes it would be another five years,” he admitted.But Laporte added that Hansen could be space-bound sooner aboard one of the commercial spacecraft now being developed by American aerospace firms.Canada’s two newest astronauts, Joshua Kutryk and Jennifer Sidey are in basic training in Houston and will have to wait their turn.Several other noteworthy space events will fill in the 2018 calendar at the space agency south of Montreal.Three Earth observation satellites known as the RADARSAT Constellation are to be put into orbit in late summer.The final costs for the mission rose to more than $1 billion from the original estimate of $600 million.The satellites will keep an eye on maritime traffic and the Arctic, especially the increasingly busy Northwest Passage, where luxury ship cruises are now being offered.“We now need to make sure that no one is going to be putting their passengers in danger and if emergency procedures need to be enacted, we’ll be in a better position,” Laporte said.Norman Hannaford, who’s with satellite developer MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA), says the whole purpose is to monitor the North “to understand what vessels are entering Canadian waters (and) what they are doing.”The satellites will use radar to locate ships and identify vessels that broadcast an Automatic Identification System.“More importantly, we can identify ‘dark targets’, ships which are not broadcasting A.I.S. as they are supposed to,” Hannaford noted.The Canadian space focus will also be on the OSIRIS-REx satellite in the coming months.It’s due to reach “Bennu”, a near-Earth asteroid in 2018 and, with help from a Canadian contribution, take a small sample and return the fragment to Earth in 2023.The Canadian intrument is a laser-based system that will create detailed 3D maps to help select where the sample will be collected.In return, Canada will own four per cent of the returned sample.“It’s one of the very, very oldest asteroids in our galaxy so it’s very interesting to take a look at it because we may find things that were there at the genesis of our solar system that may not be present anywhere else,” Laporte noted.The mission will also help improve the understanding of asteroids that could have an impact on Earth.Another major Canadian event will be the groundbreaking for a rocket launch complex near Canso, on Nova Scotia’s eastern coast.The tiny fishing village has been touted as the future home of Canada’s only year-round commercial spaceport.Maritime Launch Services Ltd. plans to launch the medium-sized, Ukrainian-built Cyclone 4M rocket on a due south trajectory.President Stephen Matier says the rocket complex will feature three sites; the launch pad area which is closest to the water, the facility where the different rocket stages and payloads would be integrated, and the launch control centre.last_img read more

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Ten MNREGA women workers die in Telangana

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first_imgHyderabad: Ten women working under the MNREGA scheme were buried alive and another injured when a mound of mud caved in on them at a village in Narayanpet district of Telangana Wednesday, police said.The incident occurred at Tileru village around 11.15 am when 12 women labourers were sitting at the work site to have lunch, they said, adding rescue efforts were on. Under the MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) scheme, the women were engaged for digging earth as part of trench work, a senior district official said. According to eye-witnesses, a mound of earth fell on them, and they were buried under six to eight feet of mud. Ten women died, and one was injured while another woman managed to come out safely, according to the official.last_img read more

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Colombia Annan urges Government rebels to find solution to present crisis

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Over the weekend, the Secretary-General was in direct contact with several regional leaders as well as President Andres Pastrana about the situation in Colombia, Mr. Annan’s spokesman told a press briefing today in New York. “The Secretary-General strongly appeals to the Government of Colombia and the FARC [Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia] to make every effort, even at this late stage, to seek a solution to the present crisis in the peace talks that would permit them to renew their negotiations,” spokesman Fred Eckhard said. James LeMoyne, the Secretary-General’s Acting Special Adviser, is still in the FARC zone at the request of the parties, the spokesman said, adding that Mr. Annan appreciates the strong support that the 10 facilitating countries and the Catholic Church are extending to his good offices and to Mr. LeMoyne. “The Secretary-General again emphasizes that all measures must be taken to protect the civilian population in the zone,” Mr. Eckhard said. “He urges the parties to reach a humanitarian accord that would ensure the respect for international humanitarian law in order to provide such protection.” read more

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Missing mum found

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first_imgSeven days after Ascot Vale mother-of-two Angelika Peters went missing, her husband Adam Gray and daughters Arna and Jessica Dionysopoulos have welcomed her home.“Angelika walked in the door yesterday afternoon after a week of living/hiding outdoors. She is ok and will receive the help she has asked for,” said her husband Adam Gray talking to Neos Kosmos.Ms Peters left the family home on Thursday September 4 and concerns for her safety grew in the days that followed, particularly since she left without taking any significant personal possessions such as bank cards, jewellery or her mobile phone.As the family became increasingly worried her eldest daughter, Arna, 25, travelling from Canberra to Melbourne to help search for her mother.Ms Peters had been struggling to cope with a severe latex allergy which forced her to terminate her 20-year nursing career earlier this year. Most recently she had been working in the radiology unit of the Royal Melbourne Hospital.The family spent last week putting up posters on the streets of Ascot Vale and making enquiries in Lalor where Angelika spent time as a child. Supporting the police’s search effort were Ms Peters’ brother who flew in from Queensland and her sister from Ireland.Mr Gray said that his wife suffered from depression related to the loss of her job, “but the extent of it we weren’t aware of”. A contributing factor to Ms Peters’ psychological state is believed to be the recent death of a family pet.Mr Gray told Neos Kosmos that his wife had previously gone missing for a day last month.“She went for a walk and just kept walking.” On that occasion Angelika returned in the afternoon. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Strong earthquake recorded in Cyprus

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first_imgThe Cyprus Geological Survey Department says a strong earthquake has shaken the east Mediterranean island. There were no immediate reports of any serious damage or injuries.The 5.6 magnitude tremor shortly before noon Wednesday was centred on Cyprus’ southwestern coastline and was felt across the country including in the capital, Nicosia. The epicentre was 8 kilometres (5 miles) northwest of the coastal town of Paphos at a depth of 25 kilometres (15 miles).The department said the earthquake was followed by about 10 aftershocks.Paphos District Officer Yiannakis Mallourides said authorities reported no major damage to structures or injuries, and were monitoring the situation.Cyprus is near a seismically active area and earthquakes occur relatively frequently. The last major quake that caused structural damage occurred some 15 years ago. Source: AP Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Etude un enfant sur 440 sera touché par le cancer avant ses

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first_imgEtude : un enfant sur 440 sera touché par le cancer avant ses 15 ansUne nouvelle étude sur le thème des enfants et du cancer montre qu’un enfant sur 440 risque d’être victime d’un cancer et cela avant même ses 15 ans.Entre 2000 et 2004, une étude a été conduite sur le thème des enfants et du cancer et montre qu’un enfant sur 440 pourrait être victime d’un cancer avant son 15e anniversaire. Des chiffres en légère augmentation par rapport à la période étudiée précédemment. Cela s’explique par une amélioration des techniques de diagnostic et de l’enregistrement des données, précise l’AFP. Les renseignements qui ont mené à ce résultat ont été relevés par le Registre pédiatrique national des hémopathies bénignes et des tumeurs solides avant d’être publiés cette semaine dans le Bulletin épidémiologique de l’Institut de veille sanitaire.Ces chiffres s’appuient sur plusieurs données relevées durant quatre ans au début du XXIe siècle. Il est ainsi apparu durant cette période que 8.473 nouveaux cas de cancers ont été relevés, le tout alors que la France était peuplée de 11 millions d’enfants de moins de 15 ans. Et l’AFP d’ajouter que les cancers chez les enfants de moins de 15 ans représentent 0,5% des nouveaux cas pour 0,2% des décès dus au cancer. Le 28 décembre 2010 à 14:28 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Geek deals Save 90 on a lifetime subscription to Instaread

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first_imgIf you’re an avid reader, you probably have a “to-read” list a mile long. If you’re interested in supplementing your reading schedule with summaries of interesting books that you’d probably never get around to reading, today’s deal is too good to pass up. Snag a life subscription to Instaread, and you’ll have access to summaries of more than 500 New York Times nonfiction best sellers right out the gate. • Lifetime subscription to Instaread for $49.99 (List price: $499.99)While these overviews will never be able to give as much detail as the full books, they’re excellent ways to absorb additional information without investing much time. And every month, 20 or more book summaries are added to the service.Even if you’d never be completely satisfied just reading the summaries, Instaread is a good way to get a feel for a subject or a particular book. You can think of it as an easy way of testing the waters to find the best place to dive in.This service is available on iOS devices running iOS 8.0 or later. It’s designed to work with both iPhone and iPad, and it even has the benefit of an average App Store rating of 4.5/5.Normally, a lifetime subscription would cost upwards of 500 bucks, but you can get it right now for just $49.99 — a 90% discount. And if that’s still too much, you can get an entire year for just $24.99, or three years for $39.99. Note: All sales final. Terms and conditions apply. See the StackSocial website for more information.Our commerce group sources the best deals and products for the Geek Deals posts. We operate independently of Editorial and Advertising and may earn a percentage of the sale, if you buy something via a link on the post. If you are interested in promoting your deals, please contact us at commerce@ziffdavis.com.For more great deals, head over to TechBargains.com.last_img read more

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Gatwick Airport will test robot valet for parking cars

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first_img This garage in China acts like your personal valet More From Roadshow Post a comment Autonomous Vehicles Auto Tech Share your voice Now playing: Watch this: Gatwick isn’t the first airport to try out this tech, which can jam more cars into a lot than usual because doors won’t need to be opened. Trials have already completed at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, in addition to other locations including Lyon and Dusseldorf. Parking is never fun. Whether it’s tight urban streets filled with millions of cars or the simple act of trying to find an airport parking space remotely near anything, travel-related frustration could be reduced by this extra convenience. Better yet, you don’t need to tip a robot.(Hat tip to Jalopnik!)Enlarge ImageUnlike other unmanned vehicles making the news at Gatwick lately, this one won’t result in closed runways. Stanley Robotics Your next airport valet might be named Stan, and it might also be a robot.Gatwick Airport in Britain announced this week that it will use Stanley Robotics’ autonomous valet robot, Stan, in a pilot program to see just how many cars can be crammed into Gatwick’s parking lots. The trial will start in August in Zone B of Gatwick’s long-term parking and will run for three months, coinciding with the busier parts of the holiday season.All drivers will need to do is drop their car in the predetermined drop-off location, then summon Stan through a touchscreen. The car will be scanned to determine its size, then Stan will load the car onto its built-in ramp and ferry the car to a spot where it will fit. The robots run on electricity and use GPS to determine their location.center_img Tags 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 0 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 3:04 Robots Self-driving carslast_img read more

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Nearly 125000 refugees enter Bangladesh since 25 Aug

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first_imgRohingya refugees stretch their hands as they reach for food near Balukhali in Cox’s Bazar. ReutersAs many as 123,600 refugees, mostly Rohingya Muslims, have entered Bangladesh since an upsurge in violence in neighbouring Myanmar on August 25, the United Nations said Tuesday.Some 37,000 have arrived in the last 24 hours—the highest number of arrivals in a single day since the unrest began.last_img

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Elderly woman among 2 found dead

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first_imgProthom Alo IllustrationPolice recovered the bodies of two people, including that of an elderly woman, in Rajbari and Sylhet districts early Saturday, reports UNB.In Rajbari, a throat-silt body of Nurjahan Begum, 70, wife of late Belayet Hossain, was recovered from her house in Danga Hatimahan village of Baliakandi upazila around 4:00am.On information, police recovered the body from her house and sent it to sadar hospital for autopsy, said Ajmal Huda, officer-in-charge of Baliakandi police station.In Sylhet, the body of a young man was recovered from a paddy field in Khasirchak village in Zakiganj upazila after he had gone missing two weeks back.The deceased is Mizanur Rahman Khakan, 18, son of a certain late Jamal Uddin of the village.Informed by locals, police recovered the body buried in the paddy field, said Habibur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Zakiganj police station.The body was sent to MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital morgue for autopsy.last_img read more

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Paxton Goes after Obamacares Most Popular Protection in Texas 19 Other States

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first_img Share JULIA REIHS / KUTTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks during the Texas Republican Convention in San Antonio in June.In a little-noticed court filing last month, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton asked a federal judge to get rid of a popular part of the Affordable Care Act in Texas. In particular, his request could affect a part of the law that protects people with pre-existing conditions from being denied health insurance or being priced out of a health plan.Paxton wants the court to strike down the federal health care law in its entirety. In a July filing, though, he wrote that if it’s not completely invalidated, the court should allow insurance companies to treat people with pre-existing conditions in Texas and 19 other states differently.“That would mean that Texans could be excluded from insurance for having pre-existing conditions, but Californians would still be protected,” for example, Timothy Jost, a law professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law, said.According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, about 27 percent of Texans under 65 have a pre-existing condition, such as asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, pregnancy and cancer.Earlier this year, 20 Republican-led states filed a lawsuitchallenging the health law, also known as Obamacare. The lawsuit, led by Paxton, argues that a provision in Congress’ 2017 tax bill invalidates the entire health law. That provision removed the individual mandate, which requires people to buy health insurance.The U.S. Department of Justice decided in June not to defend the health care law in this case, so a group of states led by California stepped in and is defending it.Jost said Texas and the other plaintiff states are basically arguing that when Congress “zeroed out” the individual mandate tax, it also meant to get rid of those pre-existing condition protections. He says there’s no evidence that was Congress’ intent, though.Now, Jost said, Paxton has proposed a “fallback position” that would affect only those states that are challenging Obamacare. He says that’s strange because attorneys general are “supposed to be looking out for the welfare of their own people.”“What kind of an attorney general would ask the court to invalidate protections for only the citizens of his state, as opposed to citizens of other states?” he said.Marc Rylander, director of communications for the Office of the Attorney General, said the “lawsuit takes issue with Washington’s unconstitutional control of the American healthcare system.”“Texans should be free again to make their own healthcare choices, including which doctor they want to see,” he said in a statement.  Health care experts say it is surprising that Paxton, who is running for re-election this year, is asking a court to strike down the most popular protection within Obamacare.According to a Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll for July 2018, “a candidate’s position on continuing protections for people with pre-existing health conditions is the top health care campaign issue among the ones tested in the poll, regardless of party identification.”“Most Democratic voters (74 percent), independent voters (64 percent) and half of Republican voters (49 percent) say a candidate’s position on continued protections for pre-existing health conditions is either the ‘single most important factor’ or a ‘very important, but not the most important factor,’ in their 2018 vote,” pollsters wrote.Anne Dunkelberg, an associate director with the Center for Public Policy Priorities, said it’s not surprising that this protection is popular because most people know someone who has a pre-existing condition. Most people understand that the protection could also benefit them at some point.“I think people understand that even in the best-case scenario where you are trying to take care of your health, we are all at risk at any time – in the blink of an eye – at our situation changing health-wise,” she said. “It just makes sense to have a system where everybody has the opportunity to get a comprehensive health care benefit.”Removing this provision of the law could also have a significant effect in Texas, which already has the highest number and rate of uninsured people in the country.Dunkelberg said Texans who buy insurance through the individual marketplace created by Obamacare would be the most affected — particularly if they don’t qualify for a generous subsidy. They would likely be priced out of a plan, she says. Plans for people who stay in the market would become more expensive. She says that could increase out-of-pocket costs for many people.“If companies started being able to charge more because of your health history or deny you because of your health history … the cost for the people remaining in the [insurance] pool would be go higher and higher,” she said.The case is before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Paxton asked for the court to consider removing the provisions the DOJ said are severable by the new year.last_img read more

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WATCH A Spirited Discussion About The Texas Midterm Elections

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first_imgRed, White and Blue show hosts discuss the upcoming midterm elections in Texas. Discussion topics include state and local elections, the state of the GOP in Texas, and the close race between Beto O’Rourke and Ted Cruz. With guests Joe Brettell, communications strategist; and Barbara Ann Radnofsky, constitutional author and lawyer. This episode aired September 21, 2018, on Houston Public Media – TV 8.Watch more episodes of Red White and Blue Sharelast_img

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Will hike auto taxi fare based on Hakim panel report Maha govt

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first_imgThe Maharashtra government on Tuesday informed the Bombay High Court that taxi and autorickshaw fares would be increased based on the recommendation of the now-scrapped Hakim Committee till the newly set up committee submits its report.The Mumbai Metropolitan Road Transport Authority (MMRTA) had on May 11 proposed a hike in the basic fare for autos and taxis based on the recommendation of the erstwhile Hakim Committee. The minimum fare for autos is expected to go up from Rs 17 to Rs 18 while taxi fare is likely to go up from the minimum Rs 21 to Rs 22.Government pleader Abhinandan Vagyani told a division Bench headed by Justice NH Patil that till the new panel headed by a retired HC judge does not submit its report, the government has decided to go ahead with the hike in fares based on the Hakim committee recommendation. The court has posted the matter for further hearing on Wednesday.last_img read more

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Googles Nexus 7 The Latest Entry in the Tablet Wars

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first_img min read June 27, 2012 Business users who swear by Google’s Android mobile devices have several new products to look forward to. At its I/O developer’s conference today in San Francisco, the search giant announced a new tablet computer called the Nexus 7, as well as several new features for the new Android 4.1 operating system called “Jelly Bean.”Google’s play on the tablet market comes on the heels of Microsoft’s launch of Surface last week, and Apple’s new iPad several weeks before that. The Nexus 7 was built by computer maker Asus and features a 7-inch 1280×800 high-definition display, which is smaller and offers less resolution than the new iPad’s Retina screen. It comes in 8GB and 16GB models, priced at $199 and $249 respectively — an attractive selling point for anyone who’s in the market for a new tablet.The Nexus 7 also will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is the latest iteration of Google’s popular OS. It will also become available across many Android-powered smartphones.Related: For Windows Users, Microsoft’s ‘Surface’ Might Be Your Next TabletJelly Bean includes a cache of interesting features for businesses and consumers, including a voice recognition tool — much like Apple’s Siri — that answers questions and performs searches. For entrepreneurs on the go, Google says the new voice-activated typing function will work even without internet connection.The new Android OS will also include a service called Google Now, which mines your search and location history and your calendar to help guide you. “Google Now figures out when you commute from home to work and back, and tells you how long your commute takes usually, and gives you a faster route if there’s lot of traffic,” Hugo Barra, Google’s director of product management, said during the event. “On public transit, if you’re on the platform at a subway, Google tells you when the next bus or train will arrive.”Related: With a Dazzling Display, the New iPad Will Be Attractive for Many Business OwnersThe Nexus 7 tablet is expected to start shipping in the next two weeks. On smartphones, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will begin rolling out on the Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Xoom and Galaxy S starting in mid-July, Google says.Which Jelly Bean features seem most useful to your business? Let us know in the comments section below. Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right.center_img Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Register Now »last_img read more

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AP PHOTOS N Korean farmers await rains as drought lingers

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first_img NAMPHO, North Korea (AP) — North Korean officials are concerned that unusually light precipitation so far this year might lead to bad harvests and possibly food and electricity shortages — but for farmers there is little to do but wait.The country’s state-run media have reported that the drought has dried up about 30 percent of its rice paddies, which is particularly worrisome because young rice plants need to be partially submerged during the early summer. A spokeswoman for the World Food Program confirmed the North has been experiencing water shortages since late last year because of the lack of rain and snowfall. New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Sponsored Stories Patients with chronic pain give advicecenter_img Though the North may have rain coming soon — and indeed heavy rains have fallen recently in the capital of Pyongyang and nearby areas — the WFP has cautioned that the main crop season later this year could be seriously affected if the drought continues. In North Korea, where the supply of a sufficiently balanced diet is a significant problem even in good years, that could mean a leaner-than-usual lean season ahead.The U.N. estimates that about 70 percent of the North Korean population is food insecure — meaning their diet isn’t well balanced and depends on a fragile agricultural and distribution system. Its electricity supply also relies heavily on hydropower stations, so low water levels have an impact on its power grid.The crops for the main harvest in the fall, like these rice paddies near the city of Nampho on the western coast of North Korea south of Pyongyang, are mostly planted or transplanted in June and July, and account for about 90 percent of total food production.The good news for North Korean farmers is that the rainy season is still on the way. June usually sees the beginning of the North’s rainy season, and if the rains come that could mitigate the problem. Top Stories Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies A girl covers her face from the dust created by passing vehicles as she walks past rice fields, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Nampho, North Korea. North Korea may be facing a poor harvest and possible food shortages due to unusually light rainfall in some parts of the country so far this year. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E) Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving soberlast_img read more

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