The workshop on security coordination for senior and mid-level managers focused on issues such as the UNAMID mission mandate, the Status of Forces Agreement, the host Government’s responsibility and the UN security management system.UNAMID representative Henry Anyidoho stressed that the responsibility for protecting UN staff and property rests with the host Government. “This was our plan for [so] long to share more information with our partners in the government,” Mr. Anyidoho said in his opening remarks at the workshop.“We strongly believe that sharing and understanding of UN security mechanisms and guidelines by our friends would help them secure the UN staff and property,” he added at the meeting, conducted in the North Darfur state capital of El-Fasher.General Ahmad Atta Al Mannan Othman, Chief of the Sudanese Police Force in North Darfur, said that since both UNAMID and the Government aim to achieve peace in the western Sudanese region, both sides should work hand-in-hand to accomplish that goal. He called for the hybrid AU-UN force to build police capacity in the region by conducting more training and laying the ground for training facilities. He also tackled the issue of traffic accidents committed by UNAMID staff and called upon the mission to find a just way of compensating those affected. The Sudanese Government and the allied Janjaweed militiamen have been fighting rebels in the arid and impoverished region of Darfur since 2003. During that period, some 300,000 people are estimated to have been killed as a result of direct combat, disease or malnutrition, while another 2.7 million people have been displaced because of the violence.The UNAMID operation, tasked with protecting civilians and improving security in the area, is slated to have about 26,000 troops and police officers when it reaches its peak, but currently has around only 10,000 uniformed personnel in the field. 23 September 2008The joint African Union-United Nations peacekeeping operation in Darfur (UNAMID) today conducted a training workshop for Sudanese police, national security and military intelligence officials in the war-torn region.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said that Brazil and Poland have been added to the list of countries with verified cases of the new flu strain since yesterday morning.Despite the increase in the number of cases, WHO Global Influenza Programme Director Sylvie Briand noted that the agency’s global pandemic alert remains at phase 5 on its six-point warning scale, which means that sustained human-to-human transmission of the disease on a community level is restricted to one of the agency’s geographic regions, in this case North America.“We have new cases. Most of them are imported cases from travellers, returning travellers or close contact of these people,” Ms. Briand told reporters at the daily WHO briefing in Geneva.Meanwhile, WHO Director-General Margaret Chan told a gathering of Asian health ministers to remain vigilant in monitoring avian flu, H5N1 influenza, in an address to a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Bangkok today. She noted that the virus is widespread in poultry in parts of the region and the agency does not know how the infection will behave if spread to other regions.Paying tribute to the region’s leaders for monitoring the virus and largely keeping it under control for five years, Ms. Chan stressed that the world is “better prepared for an influenza pandemic than at any time in history.”Ms. Chan noted that avian flu has “conditioned the public to equate an influenza pandemic with very severe disease and high mortality.” She explained that such a disease pattern is not inevitable during a pandemic. “On the contrary, it is exceptional.” 8 May 2009The number of influenza A(H1N1) infections has risen to 2,500 in 25 countries, the United Nations health agency reported today, while adding that there were no new deaths from the virus.
“Sri Lanka was once on the verge of an economic embargo. But now the international community has accepted the path we are taking is the right path,” he said. He said for three years Sri Lanka was on the agenda of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva and was discussed for over an hour but now only 15 minutes is allocated for the country since improvements have been seen on the human rights issue. Sri Lanka says it is not under any pressure from the international community to address matters related to the war.Minister Lakshman Kiriella said the international community has accepted the efforts being taken by the Government to address the issues at hand. The Minister said the international community has given time to Sri Lanka to come out with its own proposals to address the issues related to the war.He said all the political parties in the country are now part of the process to draft a new Constitution which will ensure the root causes of the war are addressed. (Colombo Gazette)
This handout photo provided by the US Secret Service shows the drone that crashed onto the White House grounds in Washington, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. A small drone flying low to the ground crashed onto the White House grounds before dawn Monday, triggering a major emergency response and raising fresh questions about security at the presidential mansion. A man later came forward to say he was responsible and didn’t mean to fly it over the complex. The man contacted the Secret Service after reports of the crash spread in the media, a U.S. official said. The man told the agency that he had been flying the drone recreationally. The man is a Washington resident and is cooperating with investigators. (AP Photo/US Secret Service) by Josh Lederman And Calvin Woodward, The Associated Press Posted Jan 26, 2015 6:38 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email After wayward drone crash, Obama says US needs laws to make drone use safer, beneficial WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama says the wayward quadcopter that crashed on the White House grounds — flown by an off-duty intelligence employee — shows that the U.S. must take steps to ensure commercial and consumer drones are used safely.It’s his own administration that has lagged on the matter. Both Congress and the drone industry have pressed for rules and clarification as the technology of civilian drone use grows apace and the small unmanned craft become ever cheaper.Obama, in a CNN interview from India, likened the 2-foot-long quadcopter that crashed on the White House lawn to one that could be bought at Radio Shack, which lists them from $50 to $700.“We don’t yet have the legal structures and the architecture both globally and within individual countries to manage them the way that we need to,” Obama said Tuesday. Part of his job in his final two years in office “is seeing if we can start providing some sort of framework that ensures that we get the good and minimize the bad.”The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency said Tuesday the man, still unidentified, is one of its employees. His work has nothing to do with drones, the agency said in a statement, adding, “Even though the employee was using a personal item while off duty, the agency takes the incident very seriously and remains committed to promoting public trust and transparency.”The agency supplies map-based and related intelligence to the Pentagon and other national security operations.The crash set off a White House lockdown. The man stepped forward hours later and appeared to convince investigators that he meant no harm with the extraordinary breach of presidential security — and of existing rules for drone flights — and that he did not mean the drone to go where it did. His employer said the Secret Service investigation continues.The errant flight pointed to vulnerabilities in defending against small, low-flying threats as well as the risks, already becoming common, of hobbyist drones going astray in populated places or near airports.The Federal Aviation Administration, pressed by Congress, had wanted to release proposed rules for small drones by the end of 2014. To the dismay of the drone industry, that process is now dragging into 2015. Even after rules are proposed, it is likely to be two or three years before regulations become final.As it now stands, hobbyists can fly drones if they keep them under 400 feet in altitude, 5 miles from an airport, always within sight and not within a highly populated area. Commercial use is largely banned, with only a small number of companies permitted to use them for inspections and aerial photography.Lethal drones have become an important part of the U.S. arsenal, used to attack enemy positions. Their civilian cousins can be used for inspecting crops and weather conditions, conducting surveillance in other many forms and even delivering packages. “Incredibly useful functions,” Obama said.Congress wanted rules for small drones in place last year and a larger framework by this September. The FAA has been waiting for the White House to approve a proposal for rules that would clear the way for small, commercial drones flights. Regulations for larger drones aren’t expected anytime soon.Separately, the White House has been working on an executive order to address privacy issues raised by drones and had expected to release that order six months ago. But that has not happened.Obama told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria he’s “assigned some of the relevant agencies to start talking to stakeholders and figure out how we’re going to put an architecture in place that makes sure that these things aren’t dangerous and that they’re not violating people’s privacy.”___Associated Press writers Joan Lowy and Alicia A. Caldwell contributed to this report.
The decision was announced on Friday and involves reopening the Luwani camp, which previously hosted Mozambican refugees during the 1977-1992 civil war and was finally closed in 2007.The Office of UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said preparations are under way for the move. Located some 65 kilometres inside Malawi, Luwani has more than 160 hectares of space, including forest.“Refugees will have better facilities and services there, including health, education, water and protection, and, importantly, it will be safer,” UNHCR spokesperson Leo Dobbs told reporters in Geneva, noting that the existing Kapise camp, just five kilometres from the border, will be used mainly as a transit facility.Most new arrivals are in Kapise, and to date, 9,600 people have been registered by UNHCR staff and Government workers, he said. Including those waiting to be registered, the total is almost 11,500. Daily arrival rates have risen from around 130 people a day before late February to around 250 people every day now.Several partners, including the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), World Food Programme (WFP) and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), are providing essential services in Kapise, including water boreholes, food and health care, but conditions generally remain tough.Mozambicans who arrived earlier in the year spoke of having fled deadly attacks on their villages. More recent arrivals have said they were fleeing out of fear of clashes this month between Government forces and RENAMO, the main opposition group, which wants to take control of six northern provinces, namely Manica, Sofala, Tete, Zambezia, Nampula and Niassa.Lack of funding for UNHCR and others is a problem. About $1.8 million is required to meet immediate needs, but more will be needed to cope with the growing number of arrivals.Malawi also hosts some 25,000 refugees, mostly from the Great Lakes region and the Horn of Africa, in the Dzaleka camp, about 50 kilometres from the capital city of Lilongwe. The site is full to capacity, and food rations have been cut to 50 per cent since October and resources to assist refugees are limited.
Former OSU player Ray Griffin (44) played for OSU from 1974-1977. Credit: OSU AthleticsFormer Ohio State football player Ray Griffin was one of four former players to file a lawsuit on Wednesday on the grounds of lasting effects from sustained concussions during his college career.Ray, the brother of two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, is suing the Big Ten and NCAA. He is not suing OSU.In Ray Griffin’s lawsuit, it states that the NCAA, Big Ten and OSU had a duty to protect their student-athletes according to the NCAA Constitution. The document outlines Article 2.2 of the constitution titled “Principle of student-athlete well-being,” which includes a student-athlete’s health and safety. The action then states, “The NCAA, Big Ten and Ohio State breached their duties to their student-athletes by concealing the dangers of concussions and refusing to implement reasonable concussion management protocols.”The New England Journal of Medicine article in 1952 that recommended players ceasing to play football after three concussions was the first article published about concussion impact on football players. The suit alleges that the NCAA didn’t acknowledge the dangers of concussions until 1994 in its Sports Medicine Handbook guideline titled “Concussions and Second Impact Syndrome,” also referred to as “Guideline 2o.” That’s three years after return-to-play criteria was developed for football players suspected of head injuries in 1991.The lawsuit also states that until 2010, OSU “completely ignored” the guideline and any concussion safety protocols, and neither the NCAA nor the Big Ten “enforced” the statement in the guideline referring to the removal of an unconscious player permanently from the game or practice the injury occurred in.Griffin’s lawsuit is of the class-action variety, which means he is representing a group rather than just himself. The lawsuit states he is representing all OSU football players from 1952-2010.Ray Griffin played for OSU from 1974-1977. He then played in the NFL from 1978-1984.According to lawsuit, Griffin began to struggle with severe depression, anxiety, short-term memory loss, impulse problems, anger issues and other debilitating problems, all effects of concussions.When selected for a Boston University study on the effects of concussions on football players, Griffin was told he had every marker of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative disease commonly found in the brain of athletes at risk to concussions. He is seeking “economic, monetary, actual, consequential, compensatory and punitive damages,” as well as all past, present and future medical expenses and time and interest lost, according to the lawsuit.Griffin filed his lawsuit with law firm Edelson PC. The firm said that the other lawsuits were from former players of Duke University, the University of Tennessee and the University of Michigan. Last month Edelson PC filed six similar lawsuits against the NCAA on behalf of former players.Editor’s note: This post has been updated to properly reflect the outcome of Raymond Griffin’s participation in a Boston University study. He didn’t learn he had chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Rather, he was told he “displayed every marker for CTE.”
This file photo taken on 29 June, 2017 shows US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis (C) as he arrives for a bilateral meeting within a NATO Defence Council meeting at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Photo: AFPPentagon chief Jim Mattis said Friday he cannot confirm whether or not Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead, after reports from Syria that the jihadist leader had been killed.“If we knew, we would tell you-right now, I can’t confirm or deny it,” Mattis said.“Our approach is we assume he’s alive until it’s proven otherwise, and right now I can’t prove it otherwise.”The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a longtime conflict monitor, said earlier this week it had heard from senior IS leaders in Syria’s Deir Ezzor province that Baghdadi was dead.There was no official confirmation or denial of the news on IS-run social media outlets.
electionPolice personnel stationed all over the country were offered a feast to celebrate their success in carrying out duties as per ‘design proper’ in holding 11th parliamentary elections, law enforcement sources said.Superintendents of police, posted in each of the 64 administrative districts and metropolitan areas, were given thanks in letters sent from the police headquarters.The letters invariably mentioned that the election was held in a fair and beautiful atmosphere and following international standards.However, the opposition blamed the ruling party men and administrative machinery including the police, for, according to allegations, ballot stuffing, violence, fictitious cases and arrest of leaders and campaigners, and stopping voters from exercising their rights during the 30 December elections won by the ruling Awami League-led grand alliance.The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) organised a feast for the police personnel of 30 thanas (stations) and all units on Saturday, about a week after the parliamentary polls.The feast was arranged at the police headquarters on Sunday. Such arrangement was made all over the country at the directive of the police headquarters, the police sources said.On 20 November, a committee was formed with the deputy inspector general of police as its chief to oversee and coordinate the duties of the police personnel during the parliamentary elections. The committee assigned eight top officials of the police to look after four zones during the election process.These officials sent the letters issued to the police superintendents on 31 December.“I congratulate you for successfully carrying out your duties. I strongly believe you have been able to perform the duties vested upon you showing strong leadership, professional strategies and skills, dedication, prudence and proper planning,” reads the letter.It pointed out that the police officers had been successful in holding ‘ballot in safe atmosphere’, maintaining pre-polls atmosphere, and addressing situation during and after the elections.“Your pro-people and timely steps as required tor the country and the nation would play the role of a catalyst in building self-reliant Bangladesh,” the letter added.It termed the election as one of international standard – something which was doubted by many.Former cabinet secretary Ali Imam Majumder felt that the whole process of the elections should be investigated.Asked about the feat, deputy inspector general of the police (media wing) Ruhul Amin told Prothom Alo that it was a routine arrangement.“The forces were busy and tired while performing the election for quite a long time. So, it was an entertainment for them,” he said.
Share Bulent Kilic /AFP/Getty ImagesSyrian Kurds take cover from the rain after crossing the border between Syria and Turkey.It wouldn’t make any sense to send a French-speaking refugee to a German-speaking town in Switzerland.But under Switzerland’s current system of placing refugees, that’s a situation that can easily happen. This problem isn’t unique to Switzerland, and it’s not the only kind of mismatch that might happen.The solution, says a new study from Stanford University’s Immigration Policy Lab and ETH Zurich, is the creation of an “algorithm” — in layman’s terms, the set of rules given to a computer that will enable it to reach a specific goal. The algorithm described in the study, published online Thursday in the journal Science, uses data to predict where a refugee — or one person in a family of refugees — has the best chance of getting a job.It’s especially important to improve the placement process now, during the biggest refugee crisis since World War II, says Jens Hainmueller, a Stanford professor and one of the study’s lead authors.“There are big questions about how you can facilitate the integration of refugees into host countries, set them up for success and make sure they become productive contributors to the host country’s economy and society,” he says. “It’s a significant challenge for governments that are facing these increasing numbers of refugees.”Using the algorithm in the U.S. would have improved the employment rates of about 900 refugees by an expected 40 percent, the authors found. Their sample of refugees were those who arrived to the U.S. in the third quarter of 2016 (the most recent data available) who were free to be assigned to any location. They also did a separate test using data from refugees in Switzerland, finding that it would have improved refugee employment rates there by about 70 percent.To create the algorithm, researchers entered data about refugees who had already been resettled, including their country of origin, language skills, age, resettlement location and employment status. They used that data to create a model that can predict the place within the host country where a refugee (or one person in a family of refugees) awaiting resettlement has the best chance of getting a job. Using those insights, the algorithm then makes recommendations for refugee placements that take into account limitations such as the number of available spots at each location.“What we focus on is the probability that at least one person in the family finds a job, which makes sense from a family self-sufficiency standpoint,” Hainmueller says.And the researchers say their inability to point to any one variable as the key to determining refugees’ success in finding a job seems to show that the algorithm is taking advantage of sometimes subtle interactions between variables that humans might not be able to pinpoint.“There are some places that are just better for refugees in general. They might have stronger labor markets that make it more likely for any refugees to find employment,” he says. “We also found that certain places ended up being a better fit for certain types of refugees depending on their characteristics, things like their age, their gender, their language skills or the ethnic network,” says Kirk Bansak, one of the study’s lead authors. He’s a doctoral candidate at Stanford and a data scientist at the Immigration Policy Lab.The idea for the algorithm came from workshops the authors had with refugee resettlement agencies in the U.S. and the Department of State about potentially improving the process of deciding where refugees are placed. (They collaborated with one agency on the study but declined to name it.)“We had heard about all these other potential interventions, like cash assistance or training programs, but our attention very much focused initially on these [resettlement] allocations because we figured out pretty quickly that where you send refugees is a really important driver of their potential integration success,” Hainmueller says.At the end of 2016, there were 22.5 million refugees around the world, according to the U.N.’s refugee agency. This year, the U.S. will resettle up to 45,000 refugees (in fiscal year 2018) — about half as many as it admitted in 2016.The way the system works now is that placement officers consider factors such as medical conditions, the availability of interpreters and the location of other family members in the U.S. to help determine where a refugee will live in the U.S.For refugees who don’t have existing ties in the U.S., placement officers at the International Rescue Committee, one of nine resettlement agencies in the U.S., look at factors such as employment rates and public transportation systems within cities, explains Robin Dunn Marcos. She’s the senior director of resettlement and processing at the International Rescue Committee.Marcos sees this algorithm as a potential complement to the agency’s placement process.“Many of the variables that would feed into the algorithm are things that we’ve been using for placement decisions,” she says. “The algorithm definitely seems like a valuable addition to our current approach.”And as new data is added to the algorithm, it adapts to changing conditions, the researchers say. For example, if an agency adds data that shows newly-resettled refugees aren’t getting jobs in a certain city, the algorithm will be less likely to recommend they be placed there.Cindy Huang, a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development who wasn’t involved in the study, says this algorithm is an example of how innovation can help vulnerable people. (One of the study’s co-authors, Jeremy Weinstein, is a non-resident fellow at CGD.) And it’s an improvement on other ideas she’s seen that involve attempts to use existing technology, like e-learning platforms, to help refugees — but that aren’t cost-effective because they weren’t designed with refugees in mind.“What the study shows is that you can improve employment outcomes, which are critical to longer-term integration,” she says. “More refugees should be resettled, but this is a way to do more with the number that have already been accepted into a country.”But since the findings from the algorithm are based on historical data, she cautions that it’s still unproven in a practical setting.“To validate the findings and see how it works in the messy world, the next step is a trial to see how it performs in the field,” Huang says.Bansak and his colleagues hope to create user-friendly software and data integration that would allow resettlement agencies to use the algorithm. They’ll need about $100,000 to make that happen, Bansak says.Marcos sees a potential wrinkle in putting this algorithm into practice in the U.S.: current policies on refugee resettlement.“When they first started looking at this, it was in the last administration when we were bringing in a much higher number of refugees,” she says. “Not only has the ceiling been slashed in half, but the additional bureaucratic steps that have been put in place have slowed everything down.”Courtney Columbus is a multimedia journalist based in the Washington, D.C. area. She covers science, global health and consumer health. Her past work has appeared in the Arizona Republic and on Arizona PBS. Contact her @cmcolumbus11.Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
Popular on Variety “Google has actual knowledge that children under age 13 are using YouTube,” the coalition of groups said in the April 9 FTC complaint. “Google nonetheless collects and uses personal information from all YouTube users, including children under the age of 13, without giving notice or obtaining advanced, verifiable parental consent as required by COPPA.”The groups may see an opportunity to strike while the iron is hot in D.C. on data-privacy concerns. Facebook has been reeling from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, revealing last week that data on upwards of 87 million users may have been improperly obtained by the political consulting firm that had worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify before Congress this week.In their FTC complaint, the advocacy groups claimed Google makes huge profits from improperly selling ads using data to target children. They called on the FTC to levy fines on Google that “could total in the billions of dollars.”“For years, Google has abdicated its responsibility to kids and families by disingenuously claiming YouTube — a site rife with popular cartoons, nursery rhymes, and toy ads — is not for children under 13,” CCFC executive director Josh Golin said in a statement. “It’s time for the FTC to hold Google accountable for its illegal data collection and advertising practices.”According to YouTube, it requires users who sign up for regular accounts to verify that they are 13 or older. It says it disables accounts if it becomes aware that a user is under 13. In addition, YouTube says, it has clearly outlined policies that restrict advertisers from targeting personalized ads to children under 13 or from collecting personally identifiable information from children who are underage.YouTube is now working on a version of YouTube Kids that will be entirely curated by human editors, which could arrive in the next few weeks as an option for parents alongside the regular, algorithm-fed YouTube Kids app, BuzzFeed reported last week, citing an anonymous source. Google’s YouTube for years has been collecting data on children’s viewing patterns — in violation of a federal law — a coalition of 23 advocacy groups alleged in a complaint filed Monday with the FTC.YouTube said it has not reviewed the complaint but said it will “read the complaint thoroughly and evaluate if there are things we can do to improve.”“Because YouTube is not for children, we’ve invested significantly in the creation of the YouTube Kids app to offer an alternative, specifically designed for children,” a YouTube rep said in a statement Monday.The consumer groups — which include the Center for Digital Democracy, Common Sense Media, and the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood — urged the FTC to “investigate and sanction” Google for YouTube’s alleged violations of the 1998 Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. About 80% of children in the U.S. aged 6-12 use YouTube daily, according to a 2017 survey by research firm Smarty Pants cited by the groups. On Monday an FTC spokeswoman confirmed the agency received the complaint but did not comment further. Since COPPA was enacted, the FTC has brought more than two dozen cases against alleged violators.It’s not the first time watchdog groups have called on the FTC to look into YouTube’s kid-targeted advertising practices. In 2015, a similar coalition including many of the same organizations urged the agency to investigate the YouTube Kids app for allegedly presenting content and advertising in a deceptive manner.The Google Preferred premium ad program for YouTube includes a “Parenting and Family” category comprising popular channels targeted at children. The advocacy groups specifically singled out two top kids’ channels on YouTube: ChuChuTV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs (which has 15.9 million subscribers and over 10 billion channel views) and LittleBabyBum (14.6 million subscribers, more than 14 billion views).The FTC complaint against Google was drafted by the Georgetown University Law Center’s Communications & Technology Law Clinic in the Institute for Public Representation. The text of the complaint can be found at this link.Groups signing on to the complaint to the FTC along with CDD and CCFC are: Berkeley Media Studies Group; Center for Media Justice; Common Sense Media; Consumer Action; Consumer Federation of America; Consumer Federation of California; Consumers Union, the advocacy division of Consumer Reports; Consumer Watchdog; Corporate Accountability; Defending the Early Years; Electronic Privacy Information Center; New Dream; Obligation, Inc.; Parent Coalition for Student Privacy; Parents Across America; Parents Television Council; Privacy Rights Clearinghouse; Public Citizen; The Story of Stuff Project; TRUCE (Teachers Resisting Unhealthy Childhood Entertainment); and USPIRG. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. 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Emergency 911 received the report at 7:45 p.m. of gun shots against a taxi carrying passengers along Leona Vicario Avenue in SM 201. Police arrived to confirm the attack and call for medical help. The wounded were taken to the General Hospital. Witnesses say the shots were made by people on motorcycles. There have yet to be any arrests. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Cancun, Q.R. — Two people lost their lives in a gunfire attack against a taxi cab in Cancun. The attack also left three injured. Reports say the shooting was directed at those inside the taxi and not a random shooting. One male and one female inside the taxi died from gun shots. Two others inside were injured. The driver of a passing combi was also injured when he was hit in the leg by a stray bullet.
Villa de Perros from Robert Isenberg on Vimeo.For Ticos and expats who travel frequently, pet hotels have become increasingly popular in Costa Rica. Taking a dog or cat on the road can be aggravating, as can finding a dependable pet-sitter. Unlike an old-fashioned kennel, a true hotel de mascotas is spacious and well maintained. Animals can roam free, eat regularly, and receive quality medical attention.“A dog hotel is a place where the dog will go on vacation and enjoy himself, at the same time that the owner goes on their vacation,” says Jory Freimann, owner of Pets Paradise in Guácima, Alajuela, north of the capital.But Freimann takes this definition a step further: He also leads courses in canine obedience, and he trains dogs in “flyball” and “agility” – competitive sports that build canine athleticism. Freimann learned to work with dogs during his service in the Israeli military, where trainers used aggressive techniques. When he moved to Costa Rica 13 years ago, Freimann focused on positive reinforcement; instead of shaping behavior through punishment, he encourages good behavior through reward.Freimann’s guests are treated to 10,000 square meters of grassy landscape. “[Pets Paradise] is a chance for dogs to get an education,” he says. “It’s not a bad idea to put your dog in a dog hotel, if you have the space and it is supervised.”Both Freimann and Conejo are critical of “crating” dogs, and Freimann is particularly skeptical that all pet hotels are created equally.“We started 10 years ago, and [pet hotels] were not very popular back then,” recalls Freimann. “Now, on every corner, they call themselves a pet hotel. People think that it is an easy way of making a living. You see places that call themselves pet hotels, and they put their dogs in crates.” Freimann says he often takes clients who have endured grim experiences at lesser facilities. Part of the business is providing expert service. After 25 years as a veterinarian, Conejo found herself caring for more and more dogs. She hires a professional groomer and even bathes every hound that comes through her door. Ticks are removed the moment they are spotted. “It is one of my requirements that they leave here clean,” she says.Each dog is given its own plastic doghouse, but units are unassigned. The dogs independently organize their sleeping arrangements, giving new meaning to the term “free range.”Today, pet stores are everywhere, and many of them do triple-duty as veterinaries and daycares. Some pet hotels are housed inside of urban buildings, such as Medipet in Sabana Sur, or La Vete in Escazú. Others are built in suburban or rural settings, like Isabel’s Friends in Tamarindo, on the Pacific coast. In all cases, the staff has a background in animal health and provides a variety of services – a level of caretaking that was somewhat unknown a decade ago.“This is part of what we do [at Pets Paradise],” Freimann says. “We try to teach people that dogs are more than just another piece of furniture. It’s an animal, which has needs – much more than food and space. People don’t understand how a dog thinks and how they act.”At Villa de Perros, only a quarter of Conejo’s clients are Tico. Most pet-owners hail from Europe, South America and the United States, and they are obligated to bring their own food and vaccination records. They pay ₡6,500-₡10,000 ($13-20) per day, depending on the animal’s needs. Conejo also welcomes cats, which use a special doorway to pass between two separate rooms. Like Freimann, she maintains a regular website, but most of her clients find her through Facebook.Since Conejo moved to the southwestern San José suburb of Santa Ana 45 years ago, the veterinary community has exploded: She says there were only two or three local clinics back then, but now there are dozens. Like an increasing number of Ticos, Conejo’s philosophy is that pets should be treated with the same care and affection as human children.“They don’t like to be in a cramped apartment,” she says. “They don’t know they are animals.” If all dogs go to heaven, let’s hope it looks like Villa de Perros. There’s grass, a baby pool, a slide, and plenty of fresh air. Dogs can stretch their legs all day, chasing balls and roughhousing. When Dr. Vivian Conejo opened her animal daycare service a few years ago, she converted her own backyard into a canine playground. On a normal day, she cares for 15 to 20 dogs at a time, but she can host 50 to 55 during the holidays.“Sometimes I can hear them barking from the street,” Conejo says. “They are so excited to come here.” No related posts. Facebook Comments
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