No Peace of Mind

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No Peace of Mind, a report released today by AIDA and Médecins du Monde highlights the often hidden impact of over half a century of occupation has had on the mental health of Palestinian communities, and that this impact on mental health can often be a hidden driver of forcible transfer of communities from their land, a grave breach of international law.
The report draws from interviews conducted in August and September 2021 across ten communities of the West Bank in Area C, and reveals Palestinians suffer widespread ailments symptomatic of mental health conditions such as trauma, depression and anxiety arising from rights violations, primarily settler violence, excessive use of force from the Israeli Secuirty Forces, confiscations and demolitions.

Trimble RTX Integrity Validates Positioning Data Accuracy to Support Safety-Critical Applications

Providing Even More Reliable Measurements for Users of Trimble CenterPoint RTX Fast Networks in North America and Europe 
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) introduced today data integrity monitoring for its precise point positioning (PPP) correction service, CenterPoint® RTX Fast. The Trimble RTX Integrityâ’¢ monitoring system is an innovative, patented solution, built in direct response to client requirements for production-ready applications. It continuously validates the reliability of correction data processed by the network, which is broadcast to users in the agriculture, geospatial, construction and automotive industries, ensuring positioning data is right the first time.

Pilgrims arrive in Mina for Tarwiyah

Kingdom launches massive operation to protect pilgrims’ health and safety

MAKKAH: A million pilgrims began the spiritual journey of a lifetime as the first rituals of the annual Hajj began.

Hundreds of thousands of worshippers circled Islam’s holiest site, the Kaaba at the Grand Mosque in Makkah. Many held umbrellas to block the sun as the temperature climbed to 42C.

On Thursday, the pilgrims will move to a vast tented city at Mina, about 5 kilometers from the Grand Mosque, ahead of the main rite at Mount Arafat, where the Prophet Muhammad delivered his final sermon.

Housing and Local Government Ministry: Landslide risk assessment guidelines approved

PUTRAJAYA, June 23 — The Guidelines for Landslide Risk Assessment and Risk Index in Critical Public Infrastructure in Malaysia will be adopted as a guide for the government and developers to plan local development more efficiently.

The guidelines were approved at the 79th National Council for Local Government (MNKT) meeting chaired by Senior Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof, which was also attended by Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican and Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim here today.

Sebi comes out with new format for disclosure of shareholding patterns

With an aim to provide further clarity and transparency in the disclosure of shareholding pattern to investors, Sebi on Thursday came out with a new format for disclosing shareholding pattern of the public shareholders.Also, the regulator has specified that all listed entities will have to disclose details pertaining to foreign ownership limits in the a prescribed format, according to a circular.In the disclosure of public shareholding, names of the shareholders holding one per cent or above of shares of the listed entity is to be disclosed.

Derek Chauvin asks court to overturn his conviction in George Floyd’s death

Attorneys for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in a court filing Monday asked an appeals court to overturn his conviction in the killing of George Floyd.Chauvin’s lawyers in the filing asked the court to do one of three things: reverse his conviction, reverse his conviction and grant him a new trial in a different venue, or return the case to a lower court for resentencing.In April 2021, Chauvin was found guilty in the death of Floyd on counts of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

Tyson Fury made an ‘illegal’ maneuver in his heavyweight title fight, according to Dillian Whyte

Tyson Fury knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round of their heavyweight title battle on Saturday at Wembley Stadium. In the final seconds of the round, Fury landed a stunning uppercut on Whyte’s chin, knocking him out and sending him to the mat. However, Whyte claimed on Monday that Fury’s push after the uppercut violated the rules and harmed his ability to recover.I was buzzed, but obviously I was trying to regather my senses and he proper full-on pushed me … and I fell over and hit my head on the canvas, which is illegal,’ Whyte said in an interview with Sky Sports.