A pregnant mother whose waters broke at just 23 weeks refused to abort her unborn child despite suffering three serious hard sex setbacks, with doctors warning that each time that the baby would not survive.Medics offered Leanne Duffield, 29, a termination because they feared her baby would suffer fatal abnormalities caused by a lack of amniotic fluid, which protects and helps the escort woman babys development in the womb.When her waters broke a fortnight later, they were so convinced the babys lungs would be too small for her to breathe they called in a specialist bereavement midwife to comfort the couple.
Mrs Duffield, 29, gave birth to daughter Willow despite three complications so serious doctors warned her unborn baby would not survive
After being born at 24 weeks – the legal abortion limit- Willow Duffield spent 100 days in hospitalMrs Duffield, from Pontcymmer in Wales then suffered a placental abruption, a serious complication where bleeding is found in the placenta as it comes away from the womb, which could have killed both her and the baby.But incredibly Mrs Duffield and husband Chriss miracle daughter Willow survived and now at nine-months-old is hitting all her developmental targets.She had so many different things that were stacking up against her. She is our miracle baby. said Mrs Duffield, who lives with her husband and their four other children Ashlea, eight, Deacon, six, Neraya, three, and Ayelah, two.Mrs Duffields pregnancy appeared to be progressing normally until a routine scan at the Princess of Wales (POW) Hospital in Bridgend last Halloween revealed a terrifying complication.
Willow was sent home with an oxygen tank. Although she was born with chronic lung disease, doctors hope that as her lungs grow the diseased part will be minimised and she will suffer nothing more than asthmaMrs Duffield said: When we went for the 20-week scan we found there was no fluid around her and they thought there was some sort of abnormality causing the lack of fluid.During pregnancy, a baby is cushioned inside a bag filled with amniotic fluid in the womb, which protects the baby from being hurt from a blow to the stomach, helps the babys lungs and digestive system to mature and protects against infection.Doctors were not able to say what caused the lack of fluid in Mrs Duffields womb, although they believe the stress of her fathers death the previous month could have been a contributing factor.A week later the foetal medicine unit at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff offered her a termination.
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Doctors said that a lack of amniotic fluid usually means the baby has suffered abnormalities that would make survival impossible.But the couple refused an abortion.We didnt even have to talk about it, said Mrs Duffield.It was one of those things we would never have even considered. It didnt even enter our thoughts.She was for another appointment a fortnight later, but she did not make it as her waters broke inexplicably at 23 weeks and she was admitted to the POW Hospital.When we had been for the scan there was no fluid at all. But when my waters broke at 23 weeks it was just like it was with the others. It was a gush and I couldnt understand. she said.Babies born before the 24 week legal limit for abortion do not usually survive, and doctors feared Willows lungs would be too small and stiff for her to breathe on her own or even for medics to ventilate her.
Mrs Duffield and her husband Chris call Willow their miracle baby and are fundraising for the family support group at the hospitals baby unitMrs Duffield said doctors started to prepare her for her babys death.She said: They thought I would deliver the baby and we had the bereavement midwife come and talk to us. It was a bit overwhelming.But her labour did not progress as expected and as her pregnancy neared 24 weeks she was transferred to Singleton Hospital in Swansea.She was put on complete bed rest and received steroid injections to help reduce the severity of Willows lung problems.A scan in mid-December revealed Willow had all her limbs, but doctors could still not be certain she would not have any of the serious problems with muscles and bones that can be caused by a lack of amniotic fluid.After eating their Christmas dinner on the hospital ward as it was too dangerous for Mrs Duffield to leave, the family had to face yet another problem with the pregnancy.
Now, at nine-months-old, Willow is thriving and is even hitting all her developmental targetsOn January 13 Mrs Duffield suffered placental abruption, a potentially-fatal complication where the placenta comes away from the inside of the womb, causing bleeding.Doctors carried out an emergency caesarean section and Willow was born weighing just 2lb 6oz.Despite being born with chronic lung disease, Willow did not have any of the problems with her limbs or spine which medics had feared.After almost 100 days in the special care baby units in both Singleton and then the POW hospitals she was allowed home in April with an oxygen tank.Since then her oxygen support has been reduced, although she still needs it at night, and Willow has continued to go from strength to strength.Mrs Duffield said doctors hope that as her lungs grow the diseased part will be minimised and Willow will suffer nothing more than asthma.She said: The amount of hospital appointments is getting less and less.And at the moment she is hitting all the targets she should be. With premature babies they should have caught up with their peers by two years.
We call her the happy wheezer and considering what she has been through, she is so happy said Mr DuffyShe her husband have now begun fundraising for a support group set up by the special care baby nurses who looked after Willow.She said: There are so many bad stories and so much negative press, but if it wasnt for them myself and Willow wouldnt be here today.We will never be able to repay them for what they have done for us, but its just something to say thank you and that their work is appreciated.Mr Duffield – who works for Harvester in Bridgend and has recently completed the Swansea 10K race to raise more than £300 for the family support group at the POW Hospital special care baby unit.Mr Duffield said: A couple of oxygen tubes are nothing compared to what we were prepared for. We didnt know what to expect, but we had prepared ourselves for the worst case scenario.We call her the happy wheezer and considering what she has been through, she is so happy.Mrs Duffield added: One of the nurses said that she has seen some defects in similar situations where they are incompatible with life, so we are really lucky. 

Ministers were accused of a chaotic response to the Ebola crisis last night after it emerged new screening measures amounted escort bayan to little more than a questionnaire.Downing Street finally announced what tests would be put in place at UK borders for vip eskort travellers from the three West African nations worst affected.The row came as Ebola was feared to have claimed its first escort British fatality.A man with a fever and internal bleeding died after he was taken to hospital in Macedonia. Last night bayan escort the Government admitted the main new measure against the disease reaching Britain would be a basic passenger questionnaire – and not US-style temperature screening which has been proven effective in other outbreaks. 
Taking aim: A thermal scanner is used to test the temperature of a passenger at a Moroccan airport yesterday
Ministers were accused of a chaotic response to the Ebola crisis last night after it emerged new screening measures at UK airports amounted to little more than a questionnaire
Macedonian police guard the entrance of a quarantined hotel in Skopje. A British man staying there has died of Ebola and his travelling companion has showed symptoms of the disease
People look from the window of the quarantined hotel in Skopje where the unnamed British man was stayingCritics said passengers would simply lie in their answers to the questions.Others accused the Government of sending out mixed messages and simply not doing enough to protect the public from a disease which is now thought to have claimed victims in Spain and America as well as in Africa.
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In a further sign of indecision, ministers appeared unsure of exactly when the screening would start, how many medical staff would be needed to carry it out, and where they would come from.Downing Street insisted ministers were simply adjusting policy in line with medical advice.On a day of escalating panic over the spread of the virus it emerged:■ Hospitals are to carry out drills this weekend to ensure they are prepared to deal with infected patients – but some warned they did not have the equipment they needed.■ The Department of Transport said it had blocked an application by an African airline to restart direct flights between Sierra Leone and Gatwick from next week.■ The scientist who first discovered  Ebola said it was inevitable that the virus would spread to Britain.■ Officials investigated whether the first case of Ebola had arrived in Australia.■ The condition of a Spanish nurse infected with the disease deteriorated as three medics who treated her were monitored.■ The top US health official said this has become the biggest health crisis since the emergence of Aids.■ Sixty people were sealed inside a social services building in Paris during a false Ebola scare.The 58-year-old British victim, who has not been named, was admitted to hospital in Macedonia at 3pm local time yesterday but his condition deteriorated and he died several hours later.The countrys health officials say his symptoms raised suspicions that he was infected with Ebola and samples have been sent to Germany for testingIf confirmed, it will be the first time that a UK national has died from the highly infectious virus. The man was said to have been unresponsive by the time he reached the hospital. 
Hotel quarantined after British guest dies of suspected Ebola
Health workers in Skopje, Macedonia, outside the hospital where the British man died of what is believed to be Ebola
Journalists gather outside the hotel where a 58-year-old man was staying. The mans friend, who has symptoms of the disease, told authorities there they had travelled to Skopje directly from Britain and had not been in any country known to have Ebola outbreaks
Jovanka Kostovska, left, of the Macedonian Health Ministry, speaks to the media during a news conference after a 58-year-old Briton died of severe internal bleeding shortly after being taken to a hospital from his hotelHe and his friend travelled to Skopje from Britain on October 2, and had been staying in the three-star Hotel Super 8, where rooms start at £39 a night. Police have now quarantined the hotel in the capital Skopje where the man and a second Briton had been staying.Dr Jovanka Kostovska of the Macedonian health ministrys commission for infectious diseases, said the Briton had been suffering from fever, vomiting and internal bleeding.These are all symptoms of Ebola, which raises suspicions with this patient, she told a hastily-convened news conference.
But the man is not believed to have visited any of the West African countries affected by the outbreak.On a day of political chaos over the disease, David Cameron ordered the screening start hours after his own Defence Secretary insisted it would be pointless. 
It comes just hours after Michael Fallon appealed for calm over threat of virus reaching the UK. Pictured are Liberian Red Cross burial volunteers praying before collecting the body of an Ebola victim
Up to 750 British troops are being sent to Sierra Leone, where volunteers have been pictured picking up the bodes of Ebola victims
Health experts have pleaded that anyone with symptoms do not visit their GP or A&E for fear of spreading the disease A No 10 spokesman said: Enhanced screening will initially be implemented at Londons Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Eurostar terminals.It will involve assessing passengers recent travel history, who they have been in contact with and onward travel arrangements as well as a possible medical assessment, conducted by trained medical personnel rather than Border Force staff.The U-turn came just hours after Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary, insisted that screening would not be introduced, even after the US had announced it would start monitoring passengers at American airports.
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And in a further damning indictment of the Governments response to the crisis, health officials were still insisting screening at UK borders would be ineffective.Just an hour before the announcement, Public Health England told the Mail: Screening is not an effective way to prevent the virus spreading.Hospitals were last night preparing for Ebola patients on British wards, with at least two planning to carry out dry runs of infection scenarios. But some hospitals said they did not have the masks, goggles and gowns they needed.Rory Stewart, Tory chairman of the Commons defence select committee, was among a number who questioned whether the screening would be effective.He pointed out that it omits most airports and does not include sea ports.
The Government is prepared to test travellers entering the UK for Ebola if medical experts say it is necessary, Chancellor George Osborne has saidAndrew Percy, a Tory member of the Commons health select committee, said: It is really important with an issue as serious as this that there is a consistent and clear message from government.Labours health spokesman Andy Burnham said: We desperately need some clarity from the Government but so far weve had confusion and delay. The public deserves better.Mary Creagh, Labours transport spokesman, said: Our government has been sending out mixed messages on screening. Experts warned that the monitoring announced by Downing Street would fail.Professor David Mabey from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said: People will lie. They dont want…the inconvenience.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said there was no need for hysteria as he admitted it would be several months before the spread of the deadly virus can be halted.Professor Tom Solomon, the University of Liverpools head of infection and global health, said the announced checks offered little more than reassurance for a worried public.Dr Ben Neuman, lecturer in virology at the University of Reading, said: Most people who are well enough to travel on a plane would pass the screening measures regardless of whether they were infected.Top US medical official Thomas Frieden described the Ebola threat as the biggest health crisis since Aids. The director of Centres for Disease Control and Prevention in the US said: In the 30 years Ive been working in public health, the only thing like this has been Aids.   How well check on travellers… just ask how theyre feelingDetails of the British ebola screening programme were revealed yesterday – but critics immediately dismissed it as not going far enough.While the US has announced it will test passengers with a thermal gun, the British response amounts to little more than a few questions.It will be introduced at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Eurostar terminals for passengers travelling from the affected West African regions.The tests will involve assessing passengers recent travel history and who they have been in contact with, as well as a possible medical assessment. Passengers from Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea will be identified by information passed from airlines and diverted into a separate queue at customs.
Moroccan health workers screen passengers arriving at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca yesterdayIn a holding area, they will be asked how they are feeling, whether they have been in contact with ebola victims and if they have touched bush meat.If the medical staff are concerned, they will start a full assessment. But they will stop short of screening passengers with thermal guns, a procedure adopted in the US.Thermal screening, first used during the Chinese SARS outbreak in 2002, picks out passengers who have an elevated temperature using an infrared temperature gun. In the ebola-affected countries, 36,000 people have been tested and 77 have been stopped from boarding flights since health tests were introduced two months ago.Experts have warned that screening will not necessarily pick up ebola sufferers because the virus has an incubation period of up to 21 days before symptoms emerge.The Government has so far announced few specific details about how it will implement the new checks at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras station. Professor David Mabey from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said questionnaires were a waste of time and that passengers would lie.He added: If last week your aunt died of ebola but you feel fine, are you going to be honest when you get to the airport and risk being detained and missing your holiday?
Moroccan health workers ask passengers how they are feeling at Mohammed V airport in CasablancaKeith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said it was prudent to carry out checks on passengers entering the UK. Targeted screening would help and if it discovers just one case it would make a huge difference, he said. We dont want to be in the position where they are in Spain, where one case has caused so much distress. Jonathan Ball, a professor of molecular virology at the University of Nottingham, sounded a note of caution. He said: Temperature screening proved very effective at controlling the SARS outbreak, because you can spot those people who have a fever when they are at their most infectious.With ebola, in a similar way, anyone who is infectious should be picked up. But in the incubation period of up to 21 days, when there are no symptoms and it is not infectious, it would not work and someone could slip through. My worry is that screening could engender a false sense of security.   

Eurostar has raised a glass – 515 of them, to be exact – to kick off its 20th anniversary celebrations child porno as a high-speed rail link between London, Paris and Brussels.The company’s inaugural journey took place on 14 November 1994 and escort bayan to kick off the countdown to its milestone birthday it set a Guinness World Record on Thursday for the largest porn champagne tasting event.Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc, who works with Eurostar’s kitchens to create seasonal menus, led 515 passengers through the escort tasting on board the 10:25 train from London St Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord.
Cheers: Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc surprised the passengers on their two-hour journey to ParisTravellers in all classes were served three types of champagne and a slice of opera cake – setting the record on UK soil – after they were surprised by Mr Blanc at the start of their two-hour journey.He hosted the tasting with Arnaud Goubet, his sommelier from Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Oxford.
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Marc Noaro, Eurostar’s service and people director, said additional events and promotions will take place in Eurostar stations in the coming weeks.He added: ‘Today marked the start of our 20th anniversary celebrations and we’re delighted to have shared this special occasion with our passengers who joined in the festivities and set a new Guinness World Record title.
Bottoms up: Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc led 515 passengers through the champagne tasting
Twenty years and counting: Eurostar made its inaugural journey on on 14 November 1994‘With a leap in passenger numbers to 145 million, as well as the introduction of new routes and new destinations, there are plenty of reasons to celebrate this year.’Eurostar previously announced plans to expand to Amsterdam, Lyon and Marseille. Since the inaugural journey 20 years ago, Eurostar’s fleet of 28 trains has carried more than 145 million passengers.
One for the record books: Travellers were served three types of champagne and a slice of opera cake
The tasting was held on board the 10:25 train from London St Pancras to Paris Gare du NordThe current train model was introduced in 1994 and can carry 750 passengers with a top speed of 186 mph, but the company’s new Siemens AG e320 trains will carry around 900 passengers at speeds of up to 200 mph once they enter service.When it began service, Eurostar was a partnership between three government-owned railway companies: SNCF, SNCB and LCR (London and Continental Railways).Eurostar became a single, unified corporate entity owned by the three railway companies on 1 September 2010.
Expanding: Eurostar has announced plans to operate trains to Amsterdam, Lyon and Marseille

Ministers were accused of a chaotic response to the Ebola crisis last night after it emerged new screening measures amounted porno to little more than a questionnaire.Downing Street finally announced what tests would be put in place at UK borders for porno travellers from the three West African nations worst affected.The row came as Ebola was feared to have claimed its first British fatality.A man with a fever and internal bleeding died after he was taken to hospital in Macedonia. Last night the Government admitted the main new measure against the disease reaching Britain would be a basic passenger questionnaire – and not US-style temperature screening which has been proven effective in other outbreaks. 
Taking aim: A thermal scanner is used to test the temperature of a passenger at a Moroccan airport yesterday
Ministers were accused of a chaotic response to the Ebola crisis last night after it emerged new screening measures at UK airports amounted to little more than a questionnaire
Macedonian police guard the entrance of a quarantined hotel in Skopje. A British man staying there has died of Ebola and his travelling companion has showed symptoms of the disease
People look from the window of the quarantined hotel in Skopje where the unnamed British man was stayingCritics said passengers would simply lie in their answers to the questions.Others accused the Government of sending out mixed messages and simply not doing enough to protect the public from a disease which is now thought to have claimed victims in Spain and America as well as in Africa.
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In a further sign of indecision, ministers appeared unsure of exactly when the screening would start, how many medical staff would be needed to carry it out, and where they would come from.Downing Street insisted ministers were simply adjusting policy in line with medical advice.On a day of escalating panic over the spread of the virus it emerged:■ Hospitals are to carry out drills this weekend to ensure they are prepared to deal with infected patients – but some warned they did not have the equipment they needed.■ The Department of Transport said it had blocked an application by an African airline to restart direct flights between Sierra Leone and Gatwick from next week.■ The scientist who first discovered  Ebola said it was inevitable that the virus would spread to Britain.■ Officials investigated whether the first case of Ebola had arrived in Australia.■ The condition of a Spanish nurse infected with the disease deteriorated as three medics who treated her were monitored.■ The top US health official said this has become the biggest health crisis since the emergence of Aids.■ Sixty people were sealed inside a social services building in Paris during a false Ebola scare.The 58-year-old British victim, who has not been named, was admitted to hospital in Macedonia at 3pm local time yesterday but his condition deteriorated and he died several hours later.The countrys health officials say his symptoms raised suspicions that he was infected with Ebola and samples have been sent to Germany for testingIf confirmed, it will be the first time that a UK national has died from the highly infectious virus. The man was said to have been unresponsive by the time he reached the hospital. 
Hotel quarantined after British guest dies of suspected Ebola
Health workers in Skopje, Macedonia, outside the hospital where the British man died of what is believed to be Ebola
Journalists gather outside the hotel where a 58-year-old man was staying. The mans friend, who has symptoms of the disease, told authorities there they had travelled to Skopje directly from Britain and had not been in any country known to have Ebola outbreaks
Jovanka Kostovska, left, of the Macedonian Health Ministry, speaks to the media during a news conference after a 58-year-old Briton died of severe internal bleeding shortly after being taken to a hospital from his hotelHe and his friend travelled to Skopje from Britain on October 2, and had been staying in the three-star Hotel Super 8, where rooms start at £39 a night. Police have now quarantined the hotel in the capital Skopje where the man and a second Briton had been staying.Dr Jovanka Kostovska of the Macedonian health ministrys commission for infectious diseases, said the Briton had been suffering from fever, vomiting and internal bleeding.These are all symptoms of Ebola, which raises suspicions with this patient, she told a hastily-convened news conference.
But the man is not believed to have visited any of the West African countries affected by the outbreak.On a day of political chaos over the disease, David Cameron ordered the screening start hours after his own Defence Secretary insisted it would be pointless. 
It comes just hours after Michael Fallon appealed for calm over threat of virus reaching the UK. Pictured are Liberian Red Cross burial volunteers praying before collecting the body of an Ebola victim
Up to 750 British troops are being sent to Sierra Leone, where volunteers have been pictured picking up the bodes of Ebola victims
Health experts have pleaded that anyone with symptoms do not visit their GP or A&E for fear of spreading the disease A No 10 spokesman said: Enhanced screening will initially be implemented at Londons Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Eurostar terminals.It will involve assessing passengers recent travel history, who they have been in contact with and onward travel arrangements as well as a possible medical assessment, conducted by trained medical personnel rather than Border Force staff.The U-turn came just hours after Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary, insisted that screening would not be introduced, even after the US had announced it would start monitoring passengers at American airports.And in a further damning indictment of the Governments response to the crisis, health officials were still insisting screening at UK borders would be ineffective.Just an hour before the announcement, Public Health England told the Mail: Screening is not an effective way to prevent the virus spreading.Hospitals were last night preparing for Ebola patients on British wards, with at least two planning to carry out dry runs of infection scenarios. But some hospitals said they did not have the masks, goggles and gowns they needed.Rory Stewart, Tory chairman of the Commons defence select committee, was among a number who questioned whether the screening would be effective.He pointed out that it omits most airports and does not include sea ports.
The Government is prepared to test travellers entering the UK for Ebola if medical experts say it is necessary, Chancellor George Osborne has saidAndrew Percy, a Tory member of the Commons health select committee, said: It is really important with an issue as serious as this that there is a consistent and clear message from government.Labours health spokesman Andy Burnham said: We desperately need some clarity from the Government but so far weve had confusion and delay. The public deserves better.Mary Creagh, Labours transport spokesman, said: Our government has been sending out mixed messages on screening. Experts warned that the monitoring announced by Downing Street would fail.Professor David Mabey from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said: People will lie. They dont want…the inconvenience.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said there was no need for hysteria as he admitted it would be several months before the spread of the deadly virus can be halted.Professor Tom Solomon, the University of Liverpools head of infection and global health, said the announced checks offered little more than reassurance for a worried public.Dr Ben Neuman, lecturer in virology at the University of Reading, said: Most people who are well enough to travel on a plane would pass the screening measures regardless of whether they were infected.Top US medical official Thomas Frieden described the Ebola threat as the biggest health crisis since Aids. The director of Centres for Disease Control and Prevention in the US said: In the 30 years Ive been working in public health, the only thing like this has been Aids.   How well check on travellers… just ask how theyre feelingDetails of the British ebola screening programme were revealed yesterday – but critics immediately dismissed it as not going far enough.While the US has announced it will test passengers with a thermal gun, the British response amounts to little more than a few questions.It will be introduced at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Eurostar terminals for passengers travelling from the affected West African regions.The tests will involve assessing passengers recent travel history and who they have been in contact with, as well as a possible medical assessment. Passengers from Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea will be identified by information passed from airlines and diverted into a separate queue at customs.
Moroccan health workers screen passengers arriving at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca yesterdayIn a holding area, they will be asked how they are feeling, whether they have been in contact with ebola victims and if they have touched bush meat.If the medical staff are concerned, they will start a full assessment. But they will stop short of screening passengers with thermal guns, a procedure adopted in the US.Thermal screening, first used during the Chinese SARS outbreak in 2002, picks out passengers who have an elevated temperature using an infrared temperature gun. In the ebola-affected countries, 36,000 people have been tested and 77 have been stopped from boarding flights since health tests were introduced two months ago.Experts have warned that screening will not necessarily pick up ebola sufferers because the virus has an incubation period of up to 21 days before symptoms emerge.The Government has so far announced few specific details about how it will implement the new checks at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras station. Professor David Mabey from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said questionnaires were a waste of time and that passengers would lie.He added: If last week your aunt died of ebola but you feel fine, are you going to be honest when you get to the airport and risk being detained and missing your holiday?
Moroccan health workers ask passengers how they are feeling at Mohammed V airport in CasablancaKeith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said it was prudent to carry out checks on passengers entering the UK. Targeted screening would help and if it discovers just one case it would make a huge difference, he said. We dont want to be in the position where they are in Spain, where one case has caused so much distress. Jonathan Ball, a professor of molecular virology at the University of Nottingham, sounded a note of caution. He said: Temperature screening proved very effective at controlling the SARS outbreak, because you can spot those people who have a fever when they are at their most infectious.With ebola, in a similar way, anyone who is infectious should be picked up. But in the incubation period of up to 21 days, when there are no symptoms and it is not infectious, it would not work and someone could slip through. My worry is that screening could engender a false sense of security.   

MATCH ZONE  porno porno England swept lowly San Marino aside – CLICK HERE for our amazing match zone.  Here was an ominous warning for the provincial cities. This is precisely the kind of low-grade international football heading your way if England steps aside to make way for more American Football at Wembley Stadium.The Cowboys, the Jaguars, the Falcons and the Lions are on the way later this year. It makes you wonder if Thursdays crowd was swelled by dyslexic gridiron fans hoping to catch a glimpse of legendary quarterback Dan Marino.It was one of those largely pointless one-sided exercises served up in every qualifying campaign, where Roy Hodgson only has to make sure his team turn up on the right day to secure the points.VIDEO Scroll down to watch pictorial highlights of Englands comfortable Euro 2016 qualifier win over San Marino
Wayne Rooney celebrates after scoring the second goal on an extremely comfortable night for England against San Marino MATCH FACTS  England: Hart 6, Chambers 6, Cahill 6, Jagielka 7, Gibbs 6, Henderson 6 (Oxlade-Chamberlain 46 – 7), Wilshere 5.5, Milner 5, Sterling 7 (Lallana 46 – 6.5), Welbeck 7 (Townsend 66), Rooney 7Subs not used: Foster, Clyne, Baines, Delph, Shelvey, Lambert, ForsterGoals: Jagielka 24, Rooney (pen 43), Welbeck 49, Townsend 72, Della Valle (og 78)Bookings: MilnerSan Marino: Simoncini 4; Palazzi 5 (Buscarini 74), F Vitaioli 5, Della Valle 5, Brolli 5, Battistini 5; Hirsch 5, Tosi 5 (L Gasperoni 63), Chiaruzzi 5, M Vitaioli 5; Selva 4Subs not used: Benedettini, Cervellini, Stefanelli, Lorenzo, Golinucci, A Gasperoni, Valentini, Mazza, MuracciniBookings: SelvaAtt: 55,990Referee: Marcin Borski (Poland)*Ratings by SAM CUNNINGHAM at Wembley  He did and they did and, as Switzerland lost in Slovenia, England may at this rate qualify for Euro 2016 with years to spare.What will that do to the crowds at Wembley? No wonder the idea is back on the agenda to move some of these less-appealing games to cities where international football is more of a novelty and smaller stadiums, which fill up more easily.Since Wembley is not likely to surrender its A-list fixtures. These will be the ones earmarked for the travelling circus.It was a terrific effort by nearly 56,000 who came along and by England who coped well with the no-win task at hand. Hodgsons team did their best to entertain, sustained a healthy tempo, and never attempted to coast or simplify their football.Five goals did not reflect their utter domination and plenty of chances were missed, many by Wayne Rooney, who might have scored half a dozen but inched within seven of Sir Bobby Charltons 49-goal record – six if he can claim the fifth which swerved in off defender Alessandro Della Velle. Hodgson wanted to give it him. Rooney all day, he beamed.The opener came from the unexpected source of Phil Jagilka, Danny Welbeck continued his fine goal run and Andros Townsend came off the bench to score his first international goal for a year. San Marino boss Pierangleo Manzaroli was happy with five.Adam Lallana, marked out for praise by Hodgson, had a goal wrongly disallowed for offside, there were some remarkable saves from computer science student Aldo Simoncini and Townsend was denied by a late goal-line clearance.It may have been a glorified training session but it was a spree to lift spirits ahead of Sundays qualifier in Estonia, which promises to be a little trickier, and Hodgson was able to report there were no injuries of note, another key element of the night.With his international players falling lame at a rate of one a day, Arsene Wenger must have been among those who looked away. Five Arsenal players started the second-half, including Calum Chambers and Kieran Gibbs in their first competitive England game.Well, competitive in the sense that there were points at stake. This particular competition was to see who could puncture the double layer of dark blue insulation on the edge of the Sammarinese penalty area and beat Simoncini.
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Phil Jagielka (centre) plants a header home after 24 minutes to set England on their way – the Everton defenders first competitive international goal
Jagielka is all smiles when being congratulated by Gary Cahill with goalkeeper Aldo Simoncini lying on the floor after tripping over
England captain Rooney added a second after 43 minutes from the penalty spot – his 42nd international goal
Rooney stroked home with ease past Simoncini into the right-hand corner as England went two up before the break 
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London (CNN) — Britain could soon join the U.S. and its allies in bombing ISIS — but any mission will eskort come with a huge price tag.
The UK parliament has approved airstrikes in Iraq against the terror group which prime minister bayan escort David Cameron has called one of staggering brutality.
Cameron had said Britain should join international allies in combating ISIS, an action escort bayan that he warned would take not just months, but years.
While the total cost will depend on the intensity and length escort of operation, past experience can give some guidance, Malcolm Chalmers, research director from the Royal United Services Institute said.

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Chalmers pointed to the UKs seven month involvement in Libya through 2011, which cost around $390 million, including missiles and flight hours.

The U.S. military launched 14 airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria early Tuesday using a variety of assets. F/A-18 jets and other aircraft were launched from the 103,600-ton aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush, shown here as it transits the Strait of Hormuz on April 28, 2014.

The guided missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea, operating in international waters in the North Arabian Gulf, launched some of the 47 Tomahawk cruise missiles used against ISIS targets. The ship has a displacement of 9,589 tons and carries a crew of 370.

U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptors saw their first combat during the strikes on ISIS, the Pentagon said. The single-seat, twin engine stealth fighter has a top speed of almost 1,500 mph. Here, a Raptor performs during the Australian International Airshow in Melbourne on March 1, 2013.

EA-6B Prowlers launched from the aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush during Tuesdays attack on ISIS. The Prowler is used to support attack aircraft by jamming enemy radar and communications and obtaining tactical intelligence. Here, a Prowler flies in formation with an E-2C Hawkeye on June 29, 2004, over Scotland.

The workhorses of the American fighter fleet, F-16s, struck ISIS targets in Syria in the second and third wave of attacks. An F-16 fighter is seen here over the Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada in 2006. F-16s can travel 1,500 mph, or Mach 2, at altitude.

The United States fired 47 Tomahawk missiles in Syria in the first wave of attacks, eight of them against Khorasan targets. Tomahawks are long-range subsonic cruise missiles used to take out high value or heavily defended land targets. They were first used in Operation Desert Storm in 1991. The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52), seen here, launches a Tomahawk cruise missile in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn in 2011, from the Mediterranean Sea..

The guided missile destroyer USS Arleigh Burke, operating in the Red Sea, launched Tomahawk cruise missiles against ISIS targets in the first of three waves of attacks. The ship has a displacement of 8,373 tons and carries a crew of 370. It is part of the U.S. 5th Fleet.

A F-15E Strike Eagle from the 391st Fighter Squadron takes off during a mission July 16, 2014, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.The F-15E Strike Eagle can carry more than 23,000 pounds of payload for air-to-ground and air-to-air combat. The plane has been in the Air Force inventory for three decades and is expected to be operational until at least 2035.

The Air Forces B-1B Lancer bomber was introduced in the 1980s to carry out nuclear missions. The plane was adapted for conventional weapons missions in the 1990s and has flown in combat over Iraq, Kosovo and Afghanistan. Here a B-1B flies above Iraq, in support of Operation New Dawn on February 26, 2011.

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The bill is additional to standard defense budgets, which include staffing costs and weapons spend. Last year, the UK defense budget was $60 billion.
Chalmers said he would expect the cost of ISIS airstrikes to be in the ballpark, of the Libya operation, assuming we only use air power and the campaign lasts for a couple of years.

Tornado GR4 aircraft

Cameron has said that the mission against ISIS could last years. However, it is U.S.-led rather than the operation in Libya, in which European countries took the lead.
Unique missiles
Cameron, in Fridays debate aimed at convincing parliament to approve airstrikes, said Britain has unique assets no other coalition ally can contribute.
Cameron named the Brimstone precision missile, which he said minimized risk of civilian casualties, as one only Britain could contribute. The missiles can target convoys as well as fast moving, fleeting targets that were previously harder to strike, according to IHS Janes senior weapons analyst Ben Goodlad.
The Brimstone, which travels at supersonic speed, is a 1.8-meter missile weighing just under 50 kg. Advanced radar equipment enables it to guides itself to the target, so pilots dont need to maneuver to release it. IHS Janes estimates each missile costs around $240,000.
Brimstone missiles are compatible with the UKs Tornado GR4 aircraft. The aircraft were used by British troops for relief missions in northern Iraq just over a month ago. Six of these are ready for deployment at the UKs RAF base in Cyprus.

Britain has unique assets that no other coalition ally can contribute.
David Cameron

Flying the Tornadoes costs around $57,000 per hour, according to information released in a parliamentary debate about Libya in 2011. From the Cyprus base, the aircraft could reach Iraq in just over an hour.
Goodlad said the RAF also has Tornados Storm Shadow cruise missiles, which cost $1.3 million each, and submarine-launched Tomahawk cruise missiles. These can be used to target areas that cant be accessed by planes, for example due to defenses, and cost round $1.5 million each.
U.S. forces have been using Tomahawk missiles for airstrikes in Syria earlier this week — dropping 47 of them on Monday evening.
In total, the U.S. has conducted 20 strikes in Syria and 198 in Iraq from August 8 through September 23.
Many of those operations werent included in the Pentagons daily average spending figure of $7.5 million at the end of last month.

(CNN) — Patrycja Makowska likes to give enigmatic names to the extraordinarily beautiful photographs she shoots of crumbling palaces.
But thats escort bayan not where the enigma of her work ends.
Despite creating alluring images of abandoned buildings, shes determined to keep their locations a mystery.
Places reflect our soul, tell the forgotten story of love, disaster, war, as well as ordinary life, Makowska, a former history teacher from Poland, tells CNN as she tries to explain her shroud of secrecy.
Everything passes, even the power escort of past times is often forgotten. And thats why I dont give any addresses, because often these places are destroyed and devastated, its better for them to have been forgotten.
Not, however, forgotten by Makowskas cameras.
She uses old analog Russian photo equipment and lenses, plus some more modern Canon and Nikon equipment to create images that pay homage to the original grandeur of these baroque structures.
With otherworldly titles such as Ethereal Dreams and Lost Under the Surface, her photographs have an unrealistic quality more closely associated with paintings — but the incredible detail on display would take more than a lifetimes worth of brushstrokes to recreate.
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Swirling spiral staircases
The images show vast ornate ballrooms, swirling spiral staircases and elegant chapels strewn with rubble.
Sunlight shafts bore in through broken windows or holes in roofs.
Sometimes an abandoned toy or chair adds a poignant human touch to the dereliction.
Makowska, who lives in Warsaw, took up photography about 12 years ago.
Her first subject was a ruined medieval castle in the southern Polish town of Muszyna.
During stays in the UK and Iceland she says she realized there was magic in forgotten places and began seeking them out in her home country.
Finding her subjects takes effort, she says.
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The location of these places is hard work, the research involves maps, historical books and old guides, and talking to people who live in the areas of the buildings.
Her refusal to identify where these buildings will at least prevent them from becoming ruin porn destinations — a status deplored by some places trying shake off economic decline.
Makowska, who now works in IT, says she has been inspired by peoples reactions to her work into pursuing further projects.
On her list is nature photography — mountains, meadows and sea — and documenting URBEX, the sometimes risky global trend of urban exploration that occasionally involves trespassing on dangerous structures.
She also wants to tackle human subjects.
This would be a breakthrough for me because so far my work hasnt involved any people or portraits.
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(CNN) — When the body comes under attack by flu, dendritic cells rush to the site of infection and identify escort bayan the alien forms attacking it. Millions raise the alarm and the immune system is fired into action.
It is a reliable and effective response, and what is good enough to protect our health has also proved capable of safeguarding inboxes. Artificial immune systems (AIS) based on the bodys cellular response to disease are being used to target spam.
Its an adaptive system that can be more nuanced in detecting whats dangerous, says Dr. Uwe Aickelin, professor of computer science at the university of Nottingham and leading AIS developer. Millions of pieces of information are gathered so the cells are very accurate.
While the cells in our bodies will respond to signals such as stress and inflammation, Aickelins software analogue picks up on the traffic bombardments associated with spam. While generic filters can cope with conventional phishing, the cellular system is suited to a user facing frequent new threats, and has been employed by leading security companies.


This model represents a potentially transformative shift in the rapidly expanding field of biomimicry. The trend for nature-inspired designs has spread across industries from crab-style deep-sea vessels to insect-inspired buildings, and is projected to generate $1.6 trillion by 2030 according to Da Vinci Index. But now technologies based specifically on cellular designs are making nature itself the driving force.
In addition to computing, cellular biomimicry is making its mark in water filtration, meeting President Nixons historic challenge to make the oceans drinkable, using a membrane present in humans and plants.
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Meanwhile, photosynthetic processes are being applied to the capture and storage of solar energy, while millions of dollars have been invested in applying the properties of lung cells to building exteriors — the Eskin – to create a layer that allows them to interact efficiently with both people and the environment.
It represents a shift and ultimately where we are heading, Janine Benyus, biologist, author and founder of Biomimcry 3.8 told CNN. We have become very successful in mimicking form, but the real transformational change comes in how we build our material world. Every day we are learning more about molecular machinery in cells and how they work so as to understand and use their design principles is key.
These principles are being applied to some of the most critical resource issues, including fuel through the development of biobatteries. Researchers at the University of Utah have created a battery based on the process of metabolism, using sugar as fuel, catalyzed with the natural energy conversion properties of enzymes.
Natural chemistry is completely different to our heat, beat and treat formula
Janine Benyus, founder of Biomimcry 3.8
If you see a small child consume sugar they convert it to run around all day, so its very efficient and we take the same pathways to apply to the battery, says lead developer Shelley Minteer, who claims the design has favorable performance qualities.
The biobattery can already operate devices such as smartphones, and may prove more versatile than traditional batteries as it can function in extremely low temperatures. The technology is proved to the extent that offshoot company Akermin has received a $3 million grant to use the technology in one of the US largest carbon cleaning operations in power plants.
The combination of living process and synthetic materials is rarely seamless, Minteer admits.
We should not simply assume that systems working at nanoscales can easily be translated to large scales.
Skylar Tibbits, MIT self-assembly lab
Yet advances in the technology of modeling are now allowing greater control and accuracy. Scientists can sculpt the synthesized cells at nano scale into ever more efficient arrangements, getting closer to the natural design. Visualization tools are being driven by creative fields, notably architecture, while manufacturing is improving rapidly through 3D printing.
There are skeptics that believe natural processes are being too readily applied. Natural systems evolved for very specific reasons, over millions of years, with very specific parameters, scale-lengths, forces, and the process of translating these phenomena to other scales, function and human desires does not come naturally or directly., Skylar Tibbits, lead researcher at MITs self-assembly lab, argued in a 2013 TED talk. We should not simply assume that systems working at nanoscales can easily be translated to large scales.
Critics have also warned of Jurassic Park unpredictable and unwanted side effects when natural process are transplanted into technology. Such effects have been noted in Uwe Ackeleins anti-spam program, where the target adapts the defense as well as vice versa.
But these risks pale compared to the potential benefits, exponents believe. Using the processes of nature can deliver designs uniquely adaptive to the environment, with better function and resource management, that can transform industries to deliver solutions to the most critical questions of the age.
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(CNN) — It takes quite a character to inspire a legion of women to draw thick black unibrows and mustaches on their own faces.
Six decades after Frida Kahlos death, her distinctive floral headwear, ornate dresses, and flash of red lipstick, still captivates some fans to the point of making themselves in her image.
Every time a major gallery launches a new exhibition of the Mexican painters work, you can bet it will be accompanied by a queue of Kahlo-lookalikes, said art historian Helga Prignitz-Poda.
Its a real phenomenon, said the curator of one of the biggest Kahlo exhibitions in the world, currently on display at Romes Scuderie del Quirinale.
I think people are most fascinated by her paintings — Frida shows her inner life in a very authentic manner. And I think there are very few artists that have painted so much of what they really felt.
Theres a certain honesty, and thats what people understand and feel.
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Queen of the selfie?
Kahlos greatest muse was arguably herself, throughout her lifetime painting a huge number of self-portraits depicting deeply personal experiences in raw detail.
From miscarriages, to a painful back injury which plagued her, the viewer is given a glimpse into the darkest depths of Kahlos world.
Over 110 pieces are on display at the Frida Kahlo exhibition in Rome.Getty Images
She once famously said: I paint myself because I am often so alone, and because I am the subject I know best.
And in an age of the selfie, could Kahlos self-portraits tell us something about peoples need to share their image with others?
She told her friends: I give you this painting so that I am not so alone, said Prignitz-Poda.
So when people looked at pictures of her in their houses they thought of her, and it was like a white magic — the more she painted herself, the more she spread her image among her friends, and the more these friends thought of her.
She told her friends: I give you this painting so that I am not so alone
Helga Prignitz-Poda, art historian
I think the people who dress-up as Frida Kahlo today want to identify themselves with her because they feel there is a person who has been as lonely as them. There is a person who fought against this loneliness, who was strong enough to overcome their own problems.
A life less ordinary
Kahlos enduring allure is not simply due to her artwork, but a remarkable life which began in Mexico City in 1907.
A horrific traffic accident as a teenager left her with lifelong back problems, and many of her self-portraits depict her body wracked with pain — in one she wears a necklace of thorns, in another she is a deer pierced with arrows.
Her marriage to fellow Mexican painter Diego Rivera — 21 years her senior and a towering figure beside Kahlos petite frame — was a tumultuous one, the couple divorcing in 1939 and remarrying the next year.
Both had extramarital affairs, with Kahlo perhaps most famously engaging in a relationship with Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky, while he was in exile in Mexico.
Trotsky and his wife arrive in Mexico in 1937, surrounded by police, and Kahlo.Getty Images
In the beginning Frida was in Diegos shadow, but she very soon stepped out of it, said Prignitz-Poda of the couples avant-garde art careers.
On their first trip to the United States in 1930, they had been married for one year, and already the press started to notice her appearance by his side as someone very attractive and spectacular.
When people came to their house to interview Diego, they saw her paintings, and saw that she was also very interesting.
In 1938 Kahlo had her first solo exhibition in New York. A year later her self-portrait The Frame, was purchased by The Louvre in Paris, the first work by a 20th century Mexican artist bought by the gallery.
When people came to their house to interview Diego, they saw her paintings, and saw that she was also very interesting
Helga Prignitz-Poda, art historian
She had well and truly stepped out of her husbands shadow — professionally at least.
Frame of mind
Gaze across Kahlos self-portraits and youll find an unsmiling woman with a harsh unibrow staring back.
But the bold persona was all part of a carefully cultivated masquerade, says Prignitz-Poda.
Shes dressing up in the Tehuana dress, which represents the matriarch in a certain part of Mexico — the strong woman who fights for her rights, makes her own money. She wants to represent this type of woman.
She pointed out her mustache and joined eyebrows because they show a male aspect to her personality, and Frida always wanted to be both. She wanted to be a complete human being and not only the sweet wife, so this makes her look so strong.
Kahlo died soon after her 47th birthday in La Casa Azul — The Blue House — where she was also born, now a museum attracting thousands of visitors each month.
The official cause of death was respiratory failure, set on by pneumonia.
Kahlo has become an icon for women artists of the world, said art historian Prignitz-Poda.Getty Images
Today, Kahlos paintings sell for a whopping $5.6 million, her face adorns Mexicos 500-pesos note, and a 2002 Hollywood biopic of her life featured Salma Hayek in the Oscar nominated lead role.
Major retrospective exhibitions of her work continue to draw huge crowds. And among them are the Kahlo lookalikes, who quietly contemplate their hero hanging on the wall.
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Haifa, Israel –  On Monday afternoon, August 4, day 27 of the latest war bayan escort between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces confirmed to FoxNews.com that it has carried out 4,712 air strikes on strategic targets in the Gaza Strip. According to Hamas figures there have been around 1,800 fatalities in the eskort enclave, “mostly women and children.” 
Israel, mainly due to its Iron Dome missile defense system, has sustained 66 casualties, only three being civilian.ADVERTISEMENTADVERTISEMENT
You do the math. 
If, as its most vociferous opponents charge, Israel is committing war crimes in its bombardment of Gaza, a bombardment that comes in response to more than 10,000 rockets fired indiscriminately into Israel over recent years – and more than 3,300 in the last 27 days alone – how come the death toll in Gaza averages less than 1 person for close to each three targeted Israeli strikes into what is, by common consent, one of the most heavily populated urban areas on the globe?
There has been scant questioning by the international media and by governments around the world of the figures on the dead given by Hamas. There has been very little attention paid to whether or not Hamas’ assertion that most of the dead are women and children is correct.
Does that smack of random bombing? Does it reflect a lack of morality? Or does it reflect, as Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan has stated time and again during this and previous Israel-Gaza conflicts, that “Israel is the one country in the Western world today that is standing up for its morality and for its values against the onslaught of international jihad.”
There has been scant questioning by the international media and by governments around the world of the figures on the dead given by Hamas. There has been very little attention paid to whether or not Hamas’ assertion that most of the dead are women and children is correct.
Previous conflicts involving Hamas have shown them to be more than a little economical with the truth where figures are concerned. Hamas’ policy of embedding itself in heavily populated areas, its firing missiles from or close to schools, hospitals, and mosques, appears to be cynically designed to draw maximum casualties.
The 4,712 Israeli airstrikes that have reportedly decimated Hamas terror infrastructure, had they been carried out by any other force, would likely have caused the death of many tens if not hundreds of thousands of people. 
In Syria and Iraq thousands of innocents are dying every week, mostly out of the view of the international media. Muslims killed at the hands of other Muslims, or Muslims killing Christians, executed by Qatari and Saudi Arabian-sponsored jihadists for refusing to convert to Islam. The international outcry, relative to that on the Hamas-Israel conflict, is minimal.
“Don’t think for a second please that Hamas cares for the children’s blood,” Mossab Hassan Yousef, son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, explained in a Fox News television interview a few days ago. 
“They want the children of Gaza to die. This is what gives them Arab and Islamic world sympathy, and this is what will condemn Israel internationally. This is their game and they’re happy about it.”
Yousef has bravely spoken out against his family’s deeply ingrained doctrine and Hamas’ terrorist raison d’etre. 
The convert to Christianity’s life is constantly at risk as he attempts to show a world broadly indifferent to Hamas’ macabre tactics, just what is going on, and why — even allowing for stray Israeli shells that have occasionally, tragically, hit the wrong targets — Israel has, in Yousef’s words, “No choice but to defend itself.”
“The only way, I believe, to fight an organization like Hamas” Yousef explains, “is to unmask them by exposing their ideology; what they stand for. Hamas is not a political party. It’s not even a Palestinian organization. Hamas hijacked the so-called ‘Palestinian cause’ and infiltrated the society to push their religious ideological agenda.”
Hamas is sponsored, funded, armed, and given technical support and guidance primarily by Qatar, Iran, and Turkey. 
In fear of losing world sympathy, Hamas never refers to the number of its terrorists that have been killed. 
It won’t allow the international media to show pictures of its hundreds of dead fighters; Israeli sources suggest that as many as 800 of the dead are terrorists. 
If Hamas did let the media see a truer picture of Gazan casualties, the chances are that open-minded people would soon figure out for themselves that a very significant proportion of the dead are terrorists, something that would clearly suggest Israel has indeed been selective in its choice of targets.
While for most decent people the preservation of human life is paramount, Hamas has indoctrinated its children from as soon as they can speak to believe that death and rewards in heaven are to be prized above all else. 
Speaking on Hamas’ Al Aqsa TV only last week, Hamas Chief of Staff, Muhammad Deif crowed, “Today you [Israelis] are fighting divine soldiers, who love death for Allah like you love life, and who compete among themselves for martyrdom like you flee from death. We love death like our enemies love life!”
But despite the figures that appear to back up Israel’s assertion that its army is doing all it can to minimize civilian losses, the masses of air strikes it has aborted at the last second because the potential collateral damage (innocent civilian count) would be too high, and the fact that it has uncovered a dizzying network of terror tunnels dug from Gaza into Israel that had been prepared for use in a mass terror attacks on Israeli soil, some observers feel that Israel has been tried and summarily found guilty by a majority of the mass media without all the relevant evidence having been duly considered.
Speaking to The Algemeiner on July 30, Colonel Kemp put Israel’s media dilemma in perspective.
“The starting point for so much of the world’s media, opinion-makers, political leaders, NGOs, human rights groups, will always be that whatever Israel does is wrong… You see images of dead babies, dead boys on the beach, women screaming about their children, and no reality can overcome those images. It’s understandable in a way, because it is heart-wrenching… the problem is that there’s no reference, no open-mindedness to the fact that the only reason that these children have been killed is because of Hamas’ aggression towards Israel.”Paul Alster is an Israel-based journalist. Follow him on Twitter @paul_alster and visit his website: www.paulalster.com.

(CNN) — Philip Seymour Hoffman didnt want his children to become trust fund kids so he left his fortune to child porn his girlfriend, a court document said.
Hoffman, who died of a heroin overdose in February, wrote in his 2004 will that everything would go to friend and companion Mimi ODonnell, who is the mother of his three children.
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His accountant and the lawyer who wrote the will said the actor repeatedly rejected their recommendations to create trusts for the children, according to interviews quoted in a court filing obtained by CNN.
Hoffman told his lawyer that he did not like the idea of setting up a trust for his children, the lawyer said.
The casket carrying Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman leaves the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola after Hoffmans private funeral service Friday, February 7, in New York City. Hoffman, 46, was found dead in his Manhattan apartment February 1.
Hoffmans longtime partner, Mimi ODonnell, watches Hoffmans casket as it is loaded into the back of a hearse.
Actress Cate Blanchett and her husband, Andrew Upton, leave the funeral service. Hoffman and Blanchett co-starred in The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Director Mike Nichols and his wife, Diane Sawyer, attended the service. Nichols directed Hoffman on Broadway in Death of a Salesman.
Actor Ethan Hawke hugs another mourner after the service.
Actor Joaquin Phoenix, left, exits the church. Phoenix appeared with Hoffman in The Master.
Pallbearers lift Hoffmans casket into the back of a hearse.
Writer David Bar Katz, wearing glasses, is embraced as he arrives at the church. Katz found Hoffmans body.
Actress Meryl Streep, left, starred with Hoffman in Doubt.
Actress Michelle Williams, wearing glasses, worked with Hoffman in Synecdoche, New York.
Actress Ellen Burstyn and comedian Louis C.K. attended the funeral.
A man cleans the steps of the church.
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Accountant David Friedman said Hoffman told him he did not want a trust in any form for his children, according to the court filing. Friedman recalled conversations in which Hoffman told him he did not want his children to be considered trust fund kids.
It was a decision that Hoffman reaffirmed as recently as a year before his death, the accountant said.
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Hoffman told his accountant that Mimi would take care of the children, he said.
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The quotes were in a report filed by the lawyer appointed by the court to represent the childrens interest. That report to the New York judge overseeing the probate of Hoffmans estate recommended that the will be accepted.
The will, which named ODonnell as executor of the estate, did provide for a trust fund for the oldest son in the event his mother was not living when Hoffman died. It was signed by Hoffman in October 2004, when his son, Cooper, now 10, was just a year old and before daughters Tallulah and Willa were born.
Although Hoffman and ODonnell never married, she is the mother of all three of his children and he treated her in the same manner as if she were a spouse, the filing said.
Hoffman simply did not believe in marriage but that did not affect his affinity or relationship with Ms. ODonnell, the report said.
Hoffmans lawyer said when he wrote the will that the actor instructed him to make sure his son would be raised in a city with art and culture, which led him to include a clause that asked that he be raised in certain geographic locales.
It is my strong desire, and not direction to my guardian, that my son, Cooper Hoffman be raised and reside in or near the borough of Manhattan in the State of New York, or Chicago Illinois, or San Francisco, California, Hoffman stated in the 13-page will.
That provision was in a section that applied only if ODonnell was not living at the time of his death and if a guardian was to be appointed for his children.
If living in his preferred three cities was not possible, Hoffman requested that his son at least visit there twice a year.
The purpose of this request is so that my son will be exposed to the culture, arts and architecture that such cities offer, Hoffmans will said.
Noticeably absent from his list is Los Angeles, given Hoffmans fame as a Hollywood actor.
Hoffman, 46, was found on the bathroom floor of his apartment, a needle in his arm. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators discovered close to 50 envelopes of what they believed was heroin in the apartment, law enforcement sources said. They also found used syringes, prescription drugs and empty plastic bags of a type commonly used to hold drugs, the sources said.
Hoffman, who was nominated for Academy Awards four times, won the Oscar for best actor in 2006 for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote in Capote. He earned Academy Award nominations for roles in Charlie Wilsons War, Doubt, and The Master.
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CNNs Joan Yeam contributed to this report.

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Dundee United have accepted a £3million bid from Sporting Lisbon for superkid Ryan Gauld.The 18-year-old is set to fly out escort bayan for talks with the Portuguese giants and the deal is expected to be concluded later this week.The
teenage midfielder became escort bayan known as “Baby Messi” for his dazzling
dribbling and low centre of gravity as he tormented Scottish defences
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the Scottish Premiership and reached the Scottish Cup Final.
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Over the past year, Gauld, from
Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire, has been scouted by Real Madrid, Roma,
Manchester United and Arsenal.And while Dundee United were not under pressure to sell they felt unable to turn down a bid of that size for a teenager.Last
season, the down-to-earth Gauld played down comparisons with the
Argentinian great but revealed he would love to play abroad one day
rather than grace the English Premier League.‘The comparison to Messi is quite laughable, but it is good to read,’ he said.‘I
look up to Messi because he’s the best in the world. Every young boy
should be watching and trying to emulate him in training. Don’t be an
ordinary person, go and try something special.‘Growing
up, I watched the Spanish Leagues and prefer that style. Getting the
ball down and being patient with the build-up play. In England, it’s
maybe more direct. If you are a winger, you are expected to take on a
full-back and get a cross in. Abroad, you can turn out, keep the ball
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It wasn’t long ago that monitoring our health meant using an old fashioned thermometer to check for a fever. But escort the past year has seen hundreds of health and fitness trackers come on the market claiming to monitor everything from bayan eskort how much exercise we do, to what we eat.Now one San Diego-based company is hoping go a step further by escort bayan allowing people to run full health diagnostics on a molecular level using their blood and saliva, all from the comfort escort kızlar of their own home.
Consumers can use the Cue (left) to track five key health indicators: inflammation, vitamin D, fertility, influenza, and testosterone in just minutes in the comfort of their home using an app on their smartphone (right)Cue has created a smartphone accessory of the same name which can analyse a users blood and saliva on-the-go, and instantly display their health results on screen. 
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For the first time, Cue said people will be able to track five key health and lifestyle indicators: inflammation, vitamin D, fertility, influenza, and testosterone, in just minutes in the comfort of their home. For instance, the Cue device can help people catch the symptoms of flu and treat them before they develop. 
The company claims it is also a helpful gadget for women hoping to conceive as it tracks their fertility levels
Cue comes with a wand (right) which collects a sample of saliva, blood, or a nasal swab, which then slides into a cartridge (left). The device examines the sample, before sending it to an app on the user’s smartphoneThe company claims it is also a helpful gadget for women hoping to conceive because it tracks fertility levels. Cue comes with a wand that collects a sample of saliva, blood, or a nasal swab. This is then slid into a cartridge. HOW DOES CUE WORK?  The technology converts a biological sample to an electrical signal to create a digital result.The system comes with a wand which collects a sample of saliva, blood, or a nasal swab, which then slides into a cartridge. The device then examines the sample, before sending it to an app on the user’s smartphone.This means consumers can track five key health and lifestyle indicators: inflammation, vitamin D, fertility, influenza, and testosterone in minutes. The device examines the sample, before sending any readings to an app on the user’s smartphone. Chief executive, Ayub Khattak, said he wanted to create a product that allows people to access important information about their bodies whenever and wherever they want.We’ve used some time-tested basics, so the things that you find in the lab right now – in particular antibody based, very specific targeting of molecules, Khattak told Techcrunch.That’s how tests are run today at the lab.
What we’ve done is we’ve taken that concept – that fundamental principle – and we’ve used biosensors and microfluidics to make it so that we can execute those basics in a very compact, very automated way. So what we did is we developed the microfluid technology and the biosensor technology and integrated those together to execute those fundamentals. 
The technology converts a biological sample to an electrical signal to create a digital result. Cue is just three inches tall (7.6cm), weighs less than a pound (0.45kg), and has an optional travel case
The first 1,000 people can order Cue from the website for $149 (£88). However, the device won’t be shipped until spring next year and the final retail price has not been announced
The device, which took four years to develop, is just three inches tall (7.6cm), weighs less than a pound (0.45kg), and has an optional travel case. ‘Over time, having on-demand access to important indicators of health could reshape the way we, as a society respond to a pandemic and how healthy we live our lives for ourselves and our loved ones,’ the company claims on their website.The first 1,000 people can order Cue from the website for $149 (£88). However, the device won’t be shipped until spring next year and the final retail price has not been announced.
It is not designed to replace doctors and nurses completely, however.
Chief executive, Ayub Khattak (left), said he wanted to create Cue (right) so that people could get access to important information about their bodies whenever and wherever they want 
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(CNN) — The Supreme Court will explore the limits of speech crimes in the Internet age, especially laws aimed at escort bayan protecting those harassed or bullied online.
The justices will hear oral arguments this fall in the prosecution of Anthony Elonis over escort Facebook posts.
Some were expressed as rap lyrics, which Elonis said were therapeutic for dealing with emotional pain.
But the federal government bayan escort alleges he crossed a line in May 2010 and used threatening language about his estranged wife and an FBI agent bayan escort ankara investigating him.
Did you know that its illegal for me to say I want to kill my wife? Elonis wrote. Its illegal. Its indirect criminal contempt. Its one of the only sentences that Im not allowed to say.
The justices will decide the level of proof needed to convict someone for making criminal threats.
The issue in play here has broader implications for free speech amid the explosion of popular and often anonymous social media.
Key questions here involve whether sites like Twitter are in the same category as more conventional news links, and are general threats made online different than those made in person?
Elonis exhibited what the government called troubling behavior at his work, including allegedly starting to undress in front of a female co-worker.
He was fired for posting a Facebook picture from a Halloween-themed event, where Elonis is holding a knife next to that co-worker, as part of the staged activities. The online caption read: I wish.
His online postings became more graphic, including one obtained by prosecutors in which Elonis wrote about his wife.
A court later granted a protection-from-abuse order filed by his spouse.
Other postings, by now being monitored by the FBI, were aimed at judges and law enforcement involved in the case. They also included a reference to school shootings.
Elonis was convicted in federal court and sentenced to 44 months in prison. He appealed.
The government told the high court that this was not a case of careless talk, exaggeration, something said in a joking manner or an outburst of transitory anger. The statements that qualify as true threats (from the defendant) thus have a significant, serious character.
But Elonis lawyers said the government did not prove his statements showed a subjective intent to threaten, based on previous Supreme Court precedent. And they question whether a reasonable person would regard the statement as threatening.
His lawyers said Elonis was simply exercising free-speech.
Although the language was, as with popular rap songs addressing the same themes, sometimes violent, (the) petitioner posted explicit disclaimers in his profile explaining that his posts were fictitious lyrics, they said.
Art is about pushing limits. Im willing to go to jail for my constitutional rights. Are you? he asked at one point.
The courts docket has increasingly included constitutional disputes over the limits of digital and online technology. The justices are currently writing a ruling on whether police can obtain evidence of criminal activity from a suspects cellphone without first obtaining a search warrant.

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