Sunday, October 26, 2014

Three Surfers Die In Cornwall Sea Tragedy

Three surfers have died after getting into difficulty in the sea off Cornwall.Officers were called by the Coastguard after reports that four children and three adults were caught in a rip current off Mawgan Porth beach, Newquay.A man in his 50s and a man and woman in their 40s were found unconscious in the sea.
The victims, who have not been named, were taken to Treliske for treatment but were pronounced dead in hospital.A spokesman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said: "The four children were all located safe and well on shore but the three adults were recovered from the water.

INC News,26/10/2014

Dilma Rousseff re-elected Brazilian president

Left-leaning President Dilma Rousseff has been re-elected president of Brazil, after securing 51.45% of votes in a closely-fought election.An official count showed her rival, centrist candidate Aecio Neves, taking 48.55% of the vote.Ms Rousseff, in power since 2010, is popular with poor Brazilians because of her government's welfare polices.Both candidates made economic growth and lifting Brazilians out of poverty central to their election campaigns.

INC News, 26/10/2014

A Parigi e Tokyo si paga con Twitter e FB

I pagamenti elettronici diventano social. La soluzione più semplice si chiama S-Money e consente di trasferire denaro con un solo tweet. L’ha lanciata il 14 ottobre il gruppo Caisse d’Epargne-Banque Populaire francese. Il sistema messo a punto con Twitter non è limitato ai clienti delle due banche. Può essere utilizzato da chiunque, ma per ora solo sul territorio francese.

E se il gruppo Caisse d’Epargne-Banque Populaire francese è il primo a lanciare i pagamenti con un tweet, in Giappone è stato avviato un servizio simile attraverso Facebook. Rakuten Inc, firma leader dell’ecommerce giapponese, da quest’estate ha introdotto un’applicazione mobile («Transfer by Facebook») per consentire di inviare denaro scegliendo i destinatari nella lista del proprio gruppo di amici sul social network.

Per approfondire vedi in:Twitter e Facebook bancari

INC News, 26/10/2014

Family with little children living in forest taken to crisis center in Uralsk

In Uralsk, a family with three little children
 was living in a forest. The family settled in a 
tent four km away from cabins on the shore 
of the Ural river.
Nastya Yeremina, 24 and her husband Repek Absimetov, 44 had been living in the forest since the beginning of summer. Their children 1.5 y.o. Kamilla, 3 y.o. Karina and 6 y.o. Albina too were living with their parents. Before that the family lived with Yereimina’s mother, but after an argument they had to leave and settled in the forest. Her husband is working as a loader. He came from Tashkent, Uzbekistan without any proper documents.

Follow what the article mention in:Family in Uralsk

INC News, 26/10/2014