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Sweden to open embassy in Second Life

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Sweden to open embassy in Second Life

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The new building in Second Life will be designed to look like the current embassy in Washington.

Sweden has plans to open a virtual embassy in Second Life, the virtual world home to thousands of netizens. Companies like Dell are already selling computers via the virtual world, but Sweden would become the first country to have a cyber-embassy in Second Life.

The embassy would not provide visa or perform diplomatic tasks, but would provide information on how and where to get these documents in the real world, as well as giving cultural and tourist information about the country. Visitors will also be able to chat with embassy personnel. A spokesperson explained that it would be an easy and cheap way to reach young people. The idea came from The Swedish Institute, an agency of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Sweden with providing information about Sweden as a key purpose.

The “House of Sweden” as it will be called, will be modelled on the new Swedish embassy in Washington with the same name. The opening is expected in a few weeks.

Second life has over 3 million registered accounts. On an average day, the maximum of people logged in at the same time peaks at 25,000. In September 2006, Second Life was reported to have a gross domestic product of $64 million. Some schools in the United States and Canada have virtual classrooms on the site. People like Ailin Graef a.k.a. Anshe Chung have developed virtual businesses in Second Life, and earn thousands of real dollars there.

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Petrol pricing in Bathurst, NSW reduced for only seven days

Petrol pricing in Bathurst, NSW reduced for only seven days

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The petrol price reductions seen across most of Australia have been short-lived for those living in the regional New South Wales city of Bathurst. An investigation by Wikinews has discovered retailers in Bathurst were late to lower petrol pricing and have been amongst the first to increase them.

Following a threat by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to publically shame fuel retailers and oil companies, most fuel outlets across Australia reduced prices by 5 to 10 cents per litre. The ACCC argued that the wholesale cost of petrol was around 10 cents per litre higher than the Singapore market, which Australia benchmarks itself against.

On January 24, the price of Unleaded fuel in Bathurst dropped only 2 cents from 119.9 cents to 117.9 cents. Today, Coles Express on Durham Street has increased the price of their unleaded fuel to the previous level of 119.9 cents.

Wikinews has discovered in its investigations that the price of unleaded petrol at sites in the Blue Mountains and Sydney’s Inner-West have either stabilised or reduced by a further 1 to 2 cents following the initial mid-January price cuts.

Unleaded petrol 93 km from Bathurst at Medlow Bath was a whopping 12 cents per litre cheaper, at 107.7 cents. Fuel in Sydney’s Inner-West was only 2 cents per litre less than Medlow Bath, despite being a similar distance apart. Curiously, the price of fuel in Medlow Bath has been stable, while the price in Sydney’s Inner-West has actually dropped by 1 to 2 cents.

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  • Press Release. “Petrol Pricing” — Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, January 24, 2007

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The price of fuel at United Petroleum in Medlow Bath has not changed since January 20 (after the ACCC’s warning)

Petrol in Bathurst has returned to previous levels following a slight reduction after the ACCC’s warning

Fuel at this service station in Sydney’s Inner-West have dropped 2 cents since this photograph was taken on January 20


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New Zealand exam insulter revealed

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The person who left rude remarks on at least five students’ returned NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) exam papers has been identified as a temporary New Zealand Post worker, and ex-student of Cashmere High School, the same school the students went to.

The insulter said that the remarks, which one included a positive remark congratulating a merit, were meant to be joke on the students he knew at his old Christchurch-based school.

The comments he placed on different papers included “GOOD ONE DICK!!”, “You useless sack of poo,” and the positive comment was “NICE ONE MATE.”

The former New Zealand Post employee was employed to process mail, but had left New Zealand Post about a week before the insulting comments were discovered.

Dave Turnbull, principal of Cashmere High School, said that it is regrettable and disappointing that an ex-student of Cashmere High School was the offender, “even if they thought it was a joke.” “I am pleased the NZQA and NZ Post have pursued this issue and resolved it quickly. It was not a joke for the students concerned.”

Peter Fenton, chief executive of the postal services, said that he does not see what is funny about the remarks. He has apologised to NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority), the authority that manages NCEA; and will also send a letter apologising to the affected students.

Mr Fenton said that the damage the temporary worker has done to New Zealand Post’s reputation is concerning.

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Militants to present evidence Malacanang sanctioned killings

Militants to present evidence Malacanang sanctioned killings

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Activist groups in the Philippines led by Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance) or Bayan are set to submit “cabinet level documents” as evidence to international bodies purportedly showing that the office of the President, Malacañang sanctioned the series of extrajudicial killings in the country.

The evidence is to be presented to the Permanent People’s Tribunal and the United Nations Special Rapporteurs, which is scheduled to visit the country this year.

In a press statement, Bayan expressed disappointment with the report of the Melo Commission saying that “the report merely tells us what we already know, and that the report stops short of finding the roots of the extra-judicial killings.”

“Everyone knows that Palparan is involved in the killings,” said Bayan secretary general Renato Reyes Jr., asking that “why is it that after Palparan retired [in September 2006], the killings continued?”

Reyes concluded that “this only shows that the killings go beyond Palparan. We have repeatedly said that there is a national policy involved which sanctions the assassination of activists. The Melo Commission seems to have conveniently ignored this reality and has limited its report to Palparan’s responsibility and shielded the administration from any culpability.”

The documents, Reyes said, detail a “step-by-step matrix” on how to “neutralize” legal organizations. He added that the document was presented to the Arroyo Cabinet.

Meanwhile, the group challenged Malacañang to abide by the fact-finding commission’s recommendation to file charges against retired Major General Jovito Palparan and other military field commanders for their involvement in the killings.

He also said President Arroyo, as commander-in-chief, should “take responsibility for the killings.”

Human rights group Karapatan recorded more than 700 leftist activists, farmers, community organizers and journalists killed since Mrs. Arroyo came to power in 2001.

The latest victim, Dominador L. De Luna, 51, an employee of the National Food Authority (NFA) in Samar, was gunned down just when the necrological mass for Jose Maria Cui, a professor at University of Eastern Philippines who was shot in front of his students, was being held last January 29.

International pressure imperative

Dita Indah Sari, head of the National Front for the Indonesian Labor Struggle and 2001 recipient of the Ramon Magsaysay Award for emerging leadership, yesterday said the Philippine government should implement the recommendation of the Melo Commission to hold top generals responsible for the assassination of hundreds of leftist activists.

Just like in Indonesia, the Philippine government, according to her, seemed afraid to take its military brass to account on the basis of command responsibility. She said international pressure was imperative at this point to move concerned governments to make appropriate moves regarding human rights cases based on recommendations by a fact-finding body.

“The international pressure will humiliate the government,” Sari added.

Making one general accountable would not solve the extrajudicial killings in the country, according to America Vera-Zavala of Sweden’s Left International Forum.

“I’m quite sure this extreme [number] of people killed is not due to one single general. It would be a unique country if only one general is responsible for all this,” she said.

Vera-Zavala said the European Union was aware of the series of killings in the country and was continuing to monitor the matter.

Arroyo to seek Europe help

In a related report, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo yesterday said she would ask the European Union to assist in the commission’s work, declaring that she had “no tolerance for human rights violations.”

She issued a statement containing detailed instructions after meeting with retired Supreme Court Justice Jose Melo in Malacañang. The instructions were not clear though on how she intended to address the latter’s recommendation to hold Palparan accountable for the killings.

Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff Gen. Hermogenes Esperon Jr. said [Palparan] could be brought to court if indeed there is evidence.

“But since he is already retired, we cannot take him under our jurisdiction,” Esperon added.

Militant lawmaker suspects whitewash

“The Melo Commission failed in its public vow to get to the bottom of the killings: its report, based on Justice Melo’s statement to the media, is indicative of a whitewash,” Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Satur Ocampo said in reaction to Melo’s statements.

He disclosed plans of filing a case against retired Maj. Gen. Jovito Palparan with the International Criminal Court, “for command responsibility under international humanitarian law.”

“Melo is silent on GMA’s (President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s) role. The killings go on even with Palparan out, so what has [the commission] accomplished?” Ocampo said in a phone interview.

In a text message, Rep. Teodoro Casiño, also of Bayan Muna, said “the report merely scratches the surface and tells us what we already know.”

He said the Melo Commission missed the whole point because “the institution of policies on counterinsurgency like Oplan Bantay Laya are crucial in allowing the likes of Palparan to wreak terror on a national scale.”

Anakpawis party-list Rep. Rafael Mariano said the Melo Commission had “consciously avoided the responsibility of the President, the Cabinet Oversight Committee on Internal Security and the counterinsurgency program Oplan Bantay Laya in its report.”

“Like we said before, the Melo Commission is a whitewashing machine,” he said.

Mariano also said “the killings of activists was integral to the Arroyo administration’s counterinsurgency policy,” predicting that “the killings won’t stop as long as the mastermind is not punished.”

His colleague in Anakpawis, Rep. Crispin Beltran, who is still detained for rebellion charges, saw in the Melo report a move to make it “appear that it was a mere matter of negligence of command that set off the spate of extrajudicial killings.”

Ocampo emphasized their “demand that Malacañang immediately make public the full 89-page report for scrutiny by all parties, including the media.”

“[The Melo Commission] must adhere to established UN protocols and Amnesty International’s recommendations on such an independent commission.”

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Man arrested after attempting to break into Prince Charles\’s home

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Man arrested after attempting to break into Prince Charles’s home

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Police were called to the Highgrove House, the home belonging to Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, on Tuesday night after police received a call that there was an intruder on the property.

“He was detained within the grounds and did not gain access to any buildings,” said a spokesperson for the police, Tony Rymer.

A spokesperson for the estate refused to comment to the media calling it “a matter for the police” and that any comments on the intrusion should be given through them.

According to a Gloucester Police spokeswoman, a man from Bristol, England was arrested after wielding a pitchfork around the property. The name of the 55-year-old has not been released, but police charged him with trespassing. He was later released after posting bail.

Camilla and Charles, who were both present and sleeping on the estate at the time, were not injured.

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Confirmed bird flu death in Nigeria

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Confirmed bird flu death in Nigeria

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A woman, one of three people who recently died of flu like symptoms, in Lagos, Nigeria, has tested positive for the H5N1 strain of Avian influenza.

It is the first bird flu in Nigeria since the strain arrived in Nigeria a year ago. H5N1 was confirmed in blood samples tested in Rome and London from the three recent deaths.

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations stated that while the threat from avian flu has decreased from last year, there still remains flare-ups around the world, urging countries to “remain vigilant and fully cooperate with international organizations”.

Avian influenza

Bird flu is spread by wild birds for whom the virus is a stomach disease and, generally, not fatal.

Although the disease has killed 164 people, it has only been out of 269 cases, this gives the disease around a 60% fatality rate compared to the 1918 ‘Spanish flu’ pandemic which had a mortality rate of around 5%.

Structure

The outer coat of the virus particle is characterised by two types of glyco-proteins, neurominidase and haemagglutinin, both of which interact with sialic acid.

Influenza Structure

Haemagglutinin has sixteen forms, H1 to H16, and binds to sialic acid on the target cell, facilitating the entry of the virus.

Neurominidase is found in nine forms, N1 to N9, this protein allows the progeny viri to escape the infected cell by cleaving sialic acid.

Anti-viral drugs

The two main drugs against bird flu currently on the market, Tamiflu® and Relenza®, both target the sialic acid binding pocket of neurominidase. Neither of these drugs will cure the disease, but will stop its spread through the body. As such they have to be administered within 48 hours of symptoms appearing. In all 9 sub types of neurominidase, the structure of the target area for the drugs is the same. There is also a flu vaccine but the current flu vaccine does not protect against H5N1.

Catching the disease

Human to human transmission is very rare, at the moment bird flu can only be caught from prolonged exposure to infected birds, specifically their droppings from which the bird flu virus has been crystallized and parts of the structure solved.

Unlike diseases such as smallpox and measles, for which their are effectively protecting vaccines, the flu virus constantly mutates. Each year the virus is slightly different from the last, this is the genetic drift of the virus – small point mutations on the surface, causing an evasion of our immune system. Many of the problems arise when there is a major shift of the surface proteins, for instance when a different subtype appears, such as H5.

There are three strains of human influenza circulating around the globe; H1N1 first isolated in 1933, H2N2 first isolated in 1957 and H3N2 first isolated in 1968. Other than humans; pigs, seals and horses have various strains of influenza, however only wild birds have all the known subtypes of haemagglutinin and neurominidase. Of the 144 combinations of N(1-9) and H(1-16) we have had three.



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  • Structure of catalytic sites in influenza neurominidase, Colman, Varghese, Laver Nature; 303 41-44 (1983)
  • Relenza: ‘Rational design of potent sialidase-based inhibitors of influenza virus replication’ Itzstein et al, Nature 363 (1993)
  • Tamiflu: ‘Influenza neurominidase inhibitors possessing a novel hydrophobic interaction in the enzyme active site: Design, synthesis and structural analysis of carbocyclic sialic acid analogues with potent anti-influenza activity’ Kim et al, J.Am.Chem Soc 119 681-690 (1997)
  • Controlling influenza by inhibiting the virus’s neurominidase’ Garman and Laver, Current Drug Targets 2004, 5, 119-136

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India wins the cricket series against West Indies by 3-1

India wins the cricket series against West Indies by 3-1

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India has won the 4-match Pepsi cricket series against West Indies by 3-1 today in Vadodara.

India won the match by a huge difference of 160 runs. India made 341 runs in 50 overs by losing 3 wickets. Sachin Tendulkar completed his 41st century in only 76 balls. Mahendra Singh Dhoni made 40 runs in just 20 balls, hitting 1 four and 3 sixes.

West Indies played under pressure and lost their wickets in regular intervals. The highest-run partnership of the West Indian innings was of 65 runs between Samuels and Ramdin. The team were all out on 181 runs in 41.4 overs. Agarkar and Kumble took 2 wickets each.

Player of the match as well as player of the series, Sachin Tendulkar, performed well. He made his 41st ODI century which is the highest by any player in the One-Day international. He made 191 runs (avg 63.66) and took 3 wickets (avg 37.33) in 4 matches in the series.

Flag of India.svg India innings
Player Status Runs Balls 4s 6s Strike rate
Robin Uthappa c Gayle b Powell 28 17 3 2 164.70
Saurav Ganguly st Ramdin b Gayle 68 82 8 1 82.92
Rahul Dravid c Simmons b Samuels 78 109 7 0 71.55
Sachin Tendulkar not out 100 76 10 1 131.57
Mahendra Singh Dhoni not out 40 20 1 3 200.00
Extras (lb 14; w 9; nb 4) 27
Total (3 Wickets; 50 overs) 341 29 7
ImageNA.svg West Indies bowlings
Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Econ
Daren Powell 8 0 68 1 8.50
Dwayne Smith 8 0 49 0 6.12
Rayad Emrit 9 0 65 0 7.22
Marlon Samuels 9 0 51 1 5.66
Chris Gayle 8 0 34 1 4.25
Ian Bradshaw 8 0 60 0 7.50
ImageNA.svg West Indies innings
Player Status Runs Balls 4s 6s Strike rate
Shivnarine Chanderpaul c Harbhajan Singh b Khan 14 23 2 0 60.86
Chris Gayle b Agarkar 6 11 1 0 54.54
Devon Smith c Yuvraj Singh b Pathan 24 31 2 0 77.41
Marlon Samuels c Pathan b Kumble 55 63 7 1 87.30
Brian Lara run out (Pathan) 3 2 0 0 150.00
Lendl Simmons run out (sub Suresh Raina) 4 6 1 0 66.66
Denesh Ramdin c Kumble b Harbhajan Singh 40 52 5 0 76.92
Dwayne Smith lbw b Kumble 0 5 0 0 0.00
Rayad Emrit c Uthappa b Agarkar 13 33 1 0 39.39
Ian Bradshaw not out 14 16 2 0 87.50
Daren Powell c sub Suresh Raina b Yuvraj Singh 1 8 0 0 12.50
Extras (lb 3; w 4) 7
Total (All out; 41.4 overs) 181 21 1
Flag of India.svg India bowlings
Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Econ
Ajit Agarkar 9 0 40 2 4.44
Zaheer Khan 6 1 21 1 3.50
Irfan Pathan 7 0 43 1 6.14
Harbhajan Singh 8 1 30 1 3.75
Anil Kumble 7 1 27 2 3.85
Yuvraj Singh 4.4 0 17 1 3.64

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Steel Industry: Tata buys Corus

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Steel Industry: Tata buys Corus

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India’s steelmaker Tata Steel, of the Tata Group, buys Anglo-Dutch steel giant Corus Group for £6.7 billion ($12 billion), making it the world’s fifth largest steel manufacturer. 70-year-old Tata group Chairman Ratan Tata, from one of India’s best-known business families, won the race against Benjamin Steinbruch, 52, a famous Brazilian executive who is the chief and main owner of Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN). Tata paid investors 608 pence a share, whereas the Brazilians final offer in an auction by the U.K.’s Takeover Panel was 603 pence.

The deal triples Tata Steel’s capacity to almost 28 million tons a year. Tata: “This is the first step in showing that Indian industry can step outside its shores into an international market place as a global player.”

Corus, which was created from the merger of British Steel and Hoogovens, currently employs 47,300 people worldwide. Last year the company was the ninth-largest steel maker worldwide.

The takeover may start a round of consolidation in the fragmented steel sector.

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Several dead after gas station explosion

Several dead after gas station explosion

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Reports say that 4 people, including a paramedic and a retired firefighter have been killed after a gas station near Ghent, West Virginia in Raleigh County blew up. At least 9 others have been critically injured.

The explosion occurred at 10:50 a.m. [EST] at the Flat Top Little General Store, and fire officials say that the cause may have been from a nearby propane tank that was leaking. The gas station was completely wiped out. Officials say that a full investigation will be launched to determine exactly what caused the blast.

The company that stocks the tank with gas had sent out a representative, who officials believe was killed in the explosion.

Fire and rescue squads are continuing to search for victims.

Witnesses say that the explosion could be felt as far as 1 mile away. Ben Monast, who owns a ski shop about a mile away from the scene, said that he “thought we got struck by lightning. The whole building shook and the power went off.”

An elementary school that is close to the scene was not damaged, but students were kept inside for safety purposes.

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Prestigious 2007 design award given to TAG Heuer

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Prestigious 2007 design award given to TAG Heuer

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Officials from TAG Heuer have announced that the company received the iF product design award, which was given away by the jury from the International Forum Design. TAG Heuer received the award for its concept watch, called Monaco Calibre 360 (Linear Second) Concept Chronograph.

The jury that gives away the iF product design awards each year consists of leading design experts from all over the world gathered in one place. The iF awards are presented in Hanover, Germany, at the International Forum Design Hannover GMBH. There are a number of fields and disciplines which have their own awards.

TAG Heuer’s Monaco Calibre 360 LS Concept Chronograph has won the award in the Leisure/Lifestyle category. The timepiece was chosen from over 2,200 watches from 35 countries. This prestigious award was given to the company for the second time in two years. Last year the winner in the same category was TAG Heuer’s Professional Golf Watch, designed together with Tiger Woods.

This year’s winning timepiece from TAG Heuer has a mechanical movement, which represents the first in the history of watchmaking to reach a precision of 1/100th of a second. The watch itself is to be seen at the iF design exhibition 2007, held in Hanover, from March 15 till August.

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