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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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Opinion | The Real Danger if Trump Is Reelected
  + stars: | 2024-05-21 | by ( Jacob Heilbrunn | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +2 min
Donald Trump may be regularly depicted as an impetuous toddler in chief, but he appears to possess genuine convictions about international relations. This impulse is not a new phenomenon for the United States; it dates back to World War I and World War II, when leading American conservatives praised foreign autocrats such as Kaiser Wilhelm II, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Francisco Franco as their ideological comrades in arms. During his four years in office, Mr. Trump blustered about alliances and praised foreign dictators but never actually upended America’s foreign policy. That could change in a second Trump administration. It would convert America from a dominant economic and military power into what Mr. Trump purports to abhor — a global loser.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mikhail Gorbachev, Trump, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Francisco Franco, Trump’s Organizations: Playboy, Communist, America, NATO Locations: Soviet, United States
Despite economic challenges looming large — including prolonged downturns in both the housing and stock market — China’s fascination with luxury watches remains undiminished. Cyril Zingaro/WWGF/KeystoneCertainly at this year’s fair, well-dressed, well-accessorized Chinese customers appeared unfazed by economic uncertainties. After more than 20 years working in the region, he believes China’s economic slowdown is just a temporary phase. “The situation may be slightly (more) challenging for mid-level luxury brands (whose clients’ disposable incomes are potentially more at the whim of market forces). Collectors appreciate the craftsmanship, rarity, and heritage associated with luxury timepieces, which can hold or increase in value over time.
Persons: Matthieu Humair, Cyril Zingaro, Jackson Yee, Jaeger, Zhu Yilong, Wang Yang, Xiao Zhan, David Sadigh, Patek Philippe, Van Cleef, ” Sadigh, Valentin Flauraud, , Ricardo Guadalupe, “ We’ve, Pierre Albouy, Keystone Carson Chan, Richard Mille Asia, Bonhams, ” Chan, Raphael Young, Lange, Söhne, Wilhelm Schmid, Lumen, Chan, Vacheron, Young, Roger Dubuis, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Gucci — Chanel, Hermes, Hermès, Attelé, Chanel, Mademoiselle Chanel, Organizations: Geneva CNN —, Federation of, Swiss Watch Industry, IWC, Digital Luxury, CNN, Keystone, Fondation, , Berkley, Couture Locations: Geneva, China, Hong Kong, Asia, Switzerland, Chopard, Europe, , Asia — China, Guadalupe, Swiss, watchmaking
Waldi, the official mascot of the 1972 Olympics, was modeled on a dachshund called Fritz (the real dog in the middle). Courtesy Kerstin Schwartz“The sausage dog is part of Germany’s cultural heritage,” Marion Michelet, chairwoman from the Deutscher Teckelklub Berlin-Brandenburg kennel club and owner of a dachshund called Pepper, told CNN Wednesday. Michelet told CNN that the “abnormalities of the skeletal system” could be seen as a ban on breeding for “any significant size deviation from wolves,” which are the ancestor of all modern-day dogs. Germany’s agriculture ministry denied that the new draft bill would amount to a ban on particular breeds, including the sausage dog. “For 136 years we have not changed our standard breeding practices.”“If the breeding ban happens it would have a significant impact” on dog breeders like her, she said, adding: “I hope it won’t come to that.”
Persons: CNN —, Snoopy, Fritz, Napoleon Bonaparte, Germany’s, Kaiser Wilhelm II, “ Erdmann, , Pablo Picasso, Le Chien, Germany's, Kerstin Schwartz, ” Marion Michelet, Pepper, Michelet Organizations: CNN, German Kennel, Bettmann, Olympic, Deutscher Teckelklub Locations: Germany, Brandenburg, Berlin
Apple appears to be tapping out as car companies scramble to adjust EV plans. AdvertisementThe Apple car is dead (apparently). The scrapped plans would be a grim sign for the EV market in the US, which has suffered from flagging demand. As BI reported earlier this month, car companies are rethinking EV plans in response to softening demand for pure electric cars. Automakers shift EV plansLike Apple, US auto companies have been shifting plans to account for softer EV demand.
Persons: , Apple's, BYD, We're, Stella Li, Li, Mary Barra, Elon Musk's Tesla, Musk, Harald Wilhelm, Mercedes Organizations: Apple, Service, EV, Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance, General, Volvo, Polestar, Benz Locations: North America
Read previewThe Apple car is dead (apparently). The scrapped plans would be a grim sign for the EV market in the US, which has suffered from flagging demand. As BI reported earlier this month, car companies are rethinking EV plans in response to softening demand for pure electric cars. Apple's "Project Titan" car was also supposed to be an autonomous, expensive technology that most car companies have already put on the back burner. Automakers shift EV plansLike Apple, US auto companies have been shifting plans to account for softer EV demand.
Persons: , Apple's, BYD, We're, Stella Li, Li, Mary Barra, Elon Musk's Tesla, Musk, Harald Wilhelm, Mercedes Organizations: Service, EV, Apple, Bloomberg, Business, Yahoo Finance, General, Volvo, Polestar, Benz Locations: North America
In 2021, the German carmaker announced plans only to sell electric vehicles — "where market conditions allow" — by 2030. And, as of Thursday's release, it expects its overall EV sales to reach just 50% by the time 2030 rolls around. During a September interview at the Munich car show, Mercedes CEO Ola Källenius first hinted at a more narrow outlook for the EV market. AdvertisementMercedes expects its EV sales to account for about 19% to 21% of new car sales this year. Mercedes isn't the only automaker that is reevaluating its EV plans.
Persons: Mercedes, Ola Källenius, It's, Mercedes isn't, Harald Wilhelm Organizations: Benz, carmaker, EV, Mercedes, Reuters Locations: Munich
The Enlightenment philosopher Baruch Spinoza almost died for his ideals one day in 1672. Spinoza, a Sephardic Jew born in Amsterdam in 1632, was a passionate and outspoken defender of freedom, tolerance and moderation. Only one of his books, about the French philosopher Descartes, could be published under his own name during his lifetime. This is perhaps why new books about him are coming out all the time, including Jonathan Israel’s 2023 magnum opus “Spinoza, Life and Legacy” and even a best-selling French novel, “Le Problème Spinoza,” by Irvin Yalom. And all that for a philosopher who was denounced by Christians and Jews as the devil’s disciple long after his own time.
Persons: Baruch Spinoza, Spinoza, Johan de Witt, , rousers, hadn’t, Descartes, Thomas Hobbes, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, demagoguery, Jonathan Israel’s, “ Le Problème Spinoza, Irvin Yalom, George Eliot, unreservedly Locations: Amsterdam, Dutch Republic, British
The most surprising thing about the disclosure that King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer after less than two years on the throne is the fact that it’s been disclosed at all. Cancer is common; candor about the British royal family’s health, not so much. Over the centuries, like many royal families, it has gone to great lengths to hide the condition of the sovereign’s body. Healthy king, healthy country. The idea of a physically disabled heir was unthinkable, especially in a country where the aristocracy defined itself by its military prowess.
Persons: King Charles III, it’s, Hans Holbein’s, Henry VIII, Shakespeare —, propagandizing —, Richard III, Henry’s, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Wilhelm’s Locations: English, Leicester
In 1944, Hahn won a Nobel prize for the discovery. It led to the atomic bomb , nuclear power, and a Nobel Prize in 1944 for German chemist Otto Hahn. ullstein bild Dtl./Getty ImagesMeitner was well respected by other physicists — Einstein called her "our Marie Curie" — comparing her to the trail-blazing, two-time Nobel Prize winner. Left to right: Otto Hahn, Dr. Hartmann, Lise Meitner, Werner Heisenberg, and Theodor Heuss. AdvertisementOverlooked for the Nobel PrizeHahn was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in chemistry for the discovery of nuclear fission.
Persons: Lise Meitner, Otto Hahn, Hahn, Meitner, , Hahn's, Marissa Moss, Meitner's, Moss, — Einstein, Marie Curie, Nazi Germany Meitner, Hartmann, Werner Heisenberg, Theodor Heuss, Hitler, " Moss, Fritz Strassman, Amanda Macias, Strassman, wasn't, Otto Frisch, Frisch, Strassmann, Enrico Fermi Organizations: Service, Business, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, Physics Locations: Berlin, Austria, Nazi Germany, Germany, Sweden, Ba
Tractors Converge on Berlin for Farmers' Protest
  + stars: | 2024-01-14 | by ( Jan. | At P.M. | ) www.usnews.com   time to read: +1 min
BERLIN (Reuters) - Farmers and their tractors rumbled towards Berlin from every corner of Germany on Sunday ahead of a giant protest demanding a rethink of plans to tax farmers more. But farmers, with the vocal backing of the opposition conservatives and the far-right, say this does not go far enough. "Farmers will die out," said farmer Karl-Wilhelm Kempner on Sunday as he boarded a bus in Cologne heading for the demonstration. Finance Minister Christian Lindner will address the protest and coalition party leaders have invited leaders of the demonstrations for talks. Disruption caused by protests and train strikes last week hurt coalition parties in the polls and propelled the far-right Alternative for Germany party to new heights.
Persons: Chancellor Olaf Scholz's, Karl, Wilhelm Kempner, Christian Lindner, Scholz, We've, Thomas Escritt, Ros Russell Organizations: BERLIN, Farmers, Finance Locations: Berlin, Germany, Berlin's, Cologne
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Investigators in New Hampshire were probing for answers Sunday as to why a man shot a security guard to death at a New Hampshire psychiatric hospital moments before being killed by a state police trooper. The summary, without elaborating, indicates that a judge had ordered Madore to be transported from New Hampshire Hospital for a court hearing. Political Cartoons View All 1256 ImagesMadore was most recently living in a hotel in the Seacoast region and also had lived in Concord, according to Formella. The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. and was contained to the front lobby of the 185-bed facility, according to investigators. CPR was performed on Haas, who later died at Concord Hospital.
Persons: John Formella, John Madore, Bradley Haas, Michael Garrity, Haas, Madore, , ” Formella, Matt Wilhelm, Wilhelm Organizations: CONCORD, , New Hampshire, New Hampshire Hospital, of, Police, Concord Hospital, New Hampshire Department of Health, Human Services, Maine . New Hampshire House Democratic Locations: N.H, New Hampshire, New, Concord, Franklin, U.S, Maine . New
Scientists detect oxygen in noxious atmosphere of Venus
  + stars: | 2023-11-08 | by ( Will Dunham | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +4 min
Data from NASA's Magellan spacecraft and Pioneer Venus Orbiter is used in an undated composite image of the planet Venus. Its thick and noxious atmosphere is dominated by carbon dioxide - 96.5% - with lesser amounts of nitrogen and trace gases. In fact, with Venus getting far less scientific attention than other planets such as Mars, the direct detection of its oxygen has remained difficult. They noted that this atomic oxygen, which consists of a single oxygen atom, differs from molecular oxygen, which consists of two oxygen atoms and is breathable. "The Venus atmosphere is very dense.
Persons: Heinz, Wilhelm Hübers, Hübers, Helmut Wiesemeyer, Max Planck, Wiesemeyer, Will Dunham, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: NASA, JPL, Caltech, Handout, REUTERS, Rights, Venus, Boeing, German Aerospace Center, Nature Communications, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Thomson Locations: SOFIA, Hawaii, Germany
Ford has bought an electric charging startup called AMP, TechCrunch reported. AdvertisementAdvertisementFord is buying an electric charging startup as it tries to reinvigorate its flagging EV push. The auto giant is purchasing Auto Motive Power (AMP), an electric charging startup that makes battery management software, as it seeks to overhaul its charging technology and reduce the cost of its electric vehicles. A Ford representative told TechCrunch that the deal aimed to accelerate its efforts to encourage EV adoption and improve its charging technology. Other car makers have taken a similarly cautious approach to electric vehicles in recent months, with several ditching ambitious targets amid slowing demand.
Persons: , Ford, it's, Bill Ford, Harald Wilhelm, Elon, carmaker Organizations: Ford, TechCrunch, Service, Auto Motive, The New York Times, Benz, EV, GM, Subaru Locations: California, Kentucky
CNN —The cosmos is full of mysteries waiting to be solved, and some of them appear especially eerie with the arrival of Halloween. A haunting “face” on Jupiter and a ghostly, skeletal hand-shaped nebula are just a couple of creepy celestial features recently spotted by NASA missions. Jupiter's swirling atmosphere appears to include a face in this image taken by JunoCam. The nebula, known as MSH 15-52, is located about 16,000 light-years from Earth. NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory observed the pulsar, known as PSR B1509-58, for the first time in 2001.
Persons: Vladimir Tarasov, Juno, Wilhelm Röntgen, Chandra, ’ ”, Roger Romani Organizations: CNN, NASA, JunoCam, JPL, Caltech, Astrophysical, Stanford University in Locations: , Stanford University in California
Mercedes-Benz shares were sharply lower Thursday after the German carmaker reported a decline in profit and revenue as challenges from electrical vehicle competition to supply chains. On an analyst call regarding the results, Chief Financial Officer Harald Wilhelm described the EV market as a "pretty brutal space," Reuters reported. "I can hardly imagine the current status quo is fully sustainable for everybody," Wilhelm said, according to the news agency. Group earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) fell 7% to 4.8 billion euros ($5.06 billion) in the third quarter. Revenue was down 1.4% to 37.2 billion euros, below the consensus estimate, as passenger car sales dropped 5%, partially due to supply chain challenges.
Persons: Harald Wilhelm, Wilhelm Organizations: Mercedes, Benz, Reuters, Revenue Locations: Brussels, Belgium, Frankfurt, London, EVs
Dealers have been warning of slowing EV demand for months. While GM's about-face was somewhat of a surprise to investors, the Detroit car company is not alone in this new view of the EV future. Just a few months after dealers have started coming forward to warn of slowing EV demand, manufacturers appear to be catching up to that reality. In July, the company extended its self-imposed deadline to hit annual electric vehicle production of 600,000 by a year, and abandoned a 2026 target to build 2 million EVs . In scrapping plans with GM to co-develop sub-$30,000 EVs, Honda CEO Toshihiro Mibe said the shifting EV environment was difficult to gauge.
Persons: Mercedes, , Mary Barra, Bolt, GM doesn't, Tesla's Elon Musk, Harald Wilhelm, Mercedes isn't, Ford, Toshihiro Mibe, Mibe Organizations: EV, Dealers, Service, GM, Barra, Benz, Honda, Bloomberg Locations: Detroit
The company on Thursday reported a 12.4% adjusted return on sales in its cars division in the third quarter. Mercedes-Benz described the market environment as "subdued", but Wilhelm said "we are beyond the worst" when it comes to inflation and energy pricing. Mercedes-Benz earlier this month reported a 4% drop in overall third-quarter sales, with top-end sales down 11%, partly caused by model changeovers and a shortage in 48-volt systems supplied by Bosch. Car revenue dipped 3.8% due to the fall in deliveries, but the average selling price remained stable, the company said. ($1 = 0.9485 euros)Reporting by Victoria Waldersee; Editing by Rachel More, Jacqueline Wong and Jan HarveyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Issei Kato, BEV, Harald Wilhelm, Wilhelm, Mercedes, Tesla, Victoria Waldersee, Rachel More, Jacqueline Wong, Jan Harvey Organizations: Mercedes, Benz, Japan, REUTERS, EV, BMW, VW, Ford, Porsche, Bosch, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, BERLIN, Germany, United States, China, stoke
To fully understand the quote, though, it’s necessary to start further back, in the hours before the invasion and fighting began. Adolf Hitler himself, as Chancellor of Germany and leader of the Axis Powers, had no intention of invading Greece. The German invasionEven though Greece had defied the odds and beaten the Italians when no one thought they could, they wouldn’t be able to defeat the combined Italian and German forces. Join us on Twitter and FacebookOxi Day celebrates the path of bravery, unity, and freedom over the path of fascism, tyranny, and lies. Most of all, Oxi Day is a day that celebrates sacrifice of the highest order by the Greek people during WWII, and all those who fought in Greece alongside them.
Persons: Christopher Cosmos, Winston Churchill, Christopher Cosmos Christopher Cosmos, Ioannis Metaxas, Emanuele Grazzi, Grazzi, Metaxas, , c’est, oxi, Benito Mussolini’s, Adolf Hitler, he’d, Mussolini, Count Galeazzo Ciano, “ Hitler, Zeus, Alexandros Papagos, Mark Mazower, Hitler, Napoleon, Basileus Leonidas, , it’s, Wilhelm Keitel, , hasn’t, Franklin Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, that’s what’s Organizations: Facebook, CNN, British, Italian, German, Allies, America, Nuremberg, Russia, Twitter Locations: Grand Rapids , Michigan, Greece, Italian, French, Albania, North Africa, Britain, London, United Kingdom, Italy, America, Athens, Germany, Russia, Thermopylae, Crete, Soviet Union, It’s
Another conceded that Kennedy could be a real threat to Trump, particularly when it comes to vaccines. They’re less likely to answer the phone for pollsters.”Trump had initially praised Kennedy after he launched his Democratic primary bid. The Biden campaign declined to comment. Third Way, which has been leading the charge against No Labels for Democrats, has had only informal and indirect contact with the Biden campaign and the president’s top advisers. The DNC’s involvement so far has been participating in a couple of video calls Third Way has hosted with groups of state Democratic Party officials, according to Matt Bennett of Third Way.
Persons: Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Kennedy, Cornel West, Trump Republicans eyeing, , ” “, ” Trump, Steven Cheung, “ …, Megyn Kelly, , They’re, Kennedy’s, we’re, ” Matt Wilhelm, “ I’m, West’s, George W, Ralph Nader, ” Nader, Nader, “ I’ll, Peter Daou, Daou, Vermont Sen, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Matt Bennett, “ I’ve, I’ve, Virginia Sen, Joe Manchin, Nancy Jacobson Organizations: CNN, GOP, Democratic, Trump Republicans, Voters, Republican National, RFK, White, Trump, Fox News, “ Granite, New Hampshire House, RNC, Democratic National Committee, Biden, West, Green Party, Green, Washington Post, Democratic Party, Greens, Vermont, West’s Green Party, Locations: Ukraine, New Hampshire, West, Virginia
[1/2] U.S. Winter Olympic bobsledder Aja Evans poses for photos wearing Polo Ralph Lauren items designed for U.S. Winter Olympic Team at the company's store in New York City, New York, U.S., January 20, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSept 21 (Reuters) - Aja Evans, a 2014 Olympic bobsled bronze medalist, has filed a lawsuit alleging that a doctor who worked on Team USA's medical staff subjected her to nearly a decade of sexual abuse and harassment during treatment. The USOPC said it had not reviewed the complaint, but "remains committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of Team USA athletes," including by eliminating abuse. USA Bobsled did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "Rather than being protected, believed, and taken seriously, Ms. Evans was subjected to investigation and degradation by the USOPC and USA Bobsled governing bodies," the lawsuit said.
Persons: Aja Evans, Polo Ralph Lauren, Brendan McDermid, Jonathan Wilhelm, Evans, Larry Nassar, Ryan Stevens, Wilhelm, Nassar, USA Bobsled, Ms, bobsled, Frank Pingue, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Winter, U.S, REUTERS, USA's, United States Olympic, Paralympic, Federation, USA Gymnastics, Team USA, videotaping, USA, Thomson Locations: New York City , New York, U.S, New York, USA, Lake Placid , New York, Sochi, Toronto
How mapping Mars could help us live there
  + stars: | 2023-09-08 | by ( Rebecca Cairns | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
“It might sound silly, but maybe in the future it will be very common for people to go to Mars and even live there,” says Atri. EMM/EXI/Dimitra Atri/NYU Abu Dhabi Center for Astrophysics and Space ScienceDust and desertificationAstronomers have been mapping Mars for nearly two centuries. NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Sciences is now using NYUAD’s map in its Mars 24 software, which maintains precise timings on Mars. The new images show details of Mars’ topography, like the Valles Marineris, which is known as the “Grand Canyon of Mars,” in stunning detail. But elsewhere, other researchers are already examining how innovations being developed to grow food on Mars could impact Earth.
Persons: Dimitra Atri, , Wilhelm Beer, Johann von Mädler, Giovanni Schiaparelli’s, NASA’s, Scott Dickenshied, Mars, Atri Organizations: CNN, Planet, NASA, European Space Agency, ESA, New York University Abu Dhabi, Mars, United, United Arab Emirates, Mars Research, NYUAD, NYU Abu Dhabi Center for Astrophysics, NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Sciences, United Arab Locations: Texas, United Arab, Mars, Germany, Italian, Africa, United Arab Emirates, Canada
A photo that claims to depict the family tree of World Economic Forum (WEF) Founder Klaus Schwab includes multiple inaccuracies. Posts online are taking it as evidence he is related to the Rothschild banking dynasty on his mother’s side. The same image of the family tree appeared online as early as July 2021 in a conspiracy thread on Reddit (here). KLAUS SCHWAB PARENTSThe family tree notes an accurate birth year for Klaus Schwab, but the names of his parents are incorrect. The photo shared on social media includes multiple inaccuracies to falsely link Klaus Schwab to the Rothschild banking dynasty.
Persons: Klaus Schwab, Rothschild, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, Schwab, KLAUS SCHWAB, Eugen Wilhelm Schwab, Erika Epprecht, Yann Zopf, , , FRED, MARIANNE SCHWAB, Marianne Schwab, Marianne Rothschild, Marianne, Klaus, nee Rothschild, Louis, Melanie Rothschild, Fred Schwab, Leslie, Madeleine, Fred, Marianne’s, LOUIS ROTHSCHILD, Marianne Schwab’s, Louis Rothschild, Louis Nathaniel von Rothschild, Countess Hildegard Johanna Caroline Marie Auersperg, Louis Nathaniel’s, Salomon Albert Anselm von Rothschild, Bettina Caroline de Rothschild, Moritz, Emma Rothschild, Spokespeople, Read Organizations: Economic, Facebook, Zekelman Holocaust, Jewish, Rothschild, Getty, Reuters Locations: Ravensburg, Germany, Frankfurt, England, United States
CNN —A novel trial that has been described as “the last roll of the dice” for a generation of HIV vaccines has entered its latter stages. Nearly 40 years since HIV was identified as the cause of AIDS, and 36 years since the first HIV vaccine trial, the medical community still does not have a working vaccine. But that is not necessarily why they were chosen to participate, said Eugene Ruzagira, PrEPVacc trial director. Evaluating the combination of a trial HIV vaccine and PrEP is a first, say organizers. “I did my very first HIV vaccine trial in 1991,” recalled Weber.
Persons: PrEPVacc, , Jonathan Weber, Frank, Helena Herholdt, Eugene Ruzagira, Ruzagira, , Weber, ” Ruzagira, “ We’ve, Mark Runnacles, Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, Galileo, Win McNamee, Humphry Davy, JEAN, SEBASTIEN EVRARD, Haydn West, Joe Raedle, ANNE, CHRISTINE POUJOULAT, Alexander Fleming, Fleming, wasn't, Louise Joy Brown, Sandy Huffaker, Daniel Acker, James Watson, Francis Crick, Rosalind Franklin, Watson, Crick, Raphael GAILLARDE, Sean Gallup, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Thomas Edison's, INDRANIL MUKHERJEE, Descovy, Luwano Geofrey, Dr, Luke Dray, Geofrey, Nishanta Singh, Sharon Lewin, Lewin, “ it’s, it’s, ” Lewin, ” Geofrey Organizations: CNN, Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre, PrEPVacc, Medical Research, Uganda Virus Research Institute, European Union, Smithsonian National Museum of, Cleveland Clinic, Volvo, Bayer, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Getty, Keystone, — Farmers, Food and Drug Administration, FDA, Bloomberg, PANTHAKY, PrEP, US Centers for Disease Control, Independent, The University of Melbourne, International AIDS Society, Muhimbili University of Health, Allied Sciences, Dar Locations: Entebbe, Uganda, Thailand, London, Mbeya, Tanzania, South Africa, Ugandan, Durban, Masaka, Salam, African, Africa, China, FPG, AFP, United States, America, U.S, Peoria , Illinois, Europe, , Dar es Salaam, Rwanda
Mr. Hassan fell from a particularly dangerous stretch of the climbing trail on K2 known as the bottleneck and later died. “There was no rescue mission,” Wilhelm Steindl, an Austrian climber who provided video footage of other climbers stepping over Mr. Hassan on the narrow mountain path, said in an interview with Sky News. “Seventy mountaineers stepped over a living guy who needed big help at this moment, and they decided to keep on going to the summit.”The authorities in Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region, where a portion of the mountain is located, identified Mr. Hassan as a “high-altitude porter.” They said they were investigating whether “adequate efforts were made to rescue” Mr. Hassan, whom Ms. Harila said was part of another team. The authorities said they would examine the conditions of Mr. Hassan’s climbing gear and “ascertain who authorized him to climb with equipment that might have been insufficient for such high-altitude expeditions and his level of experience.”People frequently die summiting the tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest and K2. The treks are so dangerous that the bodies of fallen climbers are sometimes left behind, and some are never recovered.
Persons: Hassan, ” Wilhelm Steindl, , Mr, Harila, Mount Organizations: Sky News, Mount Everest Locations: Austrian, Pakistan’s Gilgit, Baltistan
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