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a former orthopedic surgeon and a member of the 18-strong House GOP Doctors Caucus, Leader of the group,Stringer/AFP/Getty Images Egyptians wheel away a body near a church after a bomb blast struck worshippers gathering to celebrate Palm Sunday in Al.VIEW MOREStringer/AFP/Getty Images1 of 6EgyptSee the Destruction Caused by the Egyptian Church ExplosionsKenneth BachorMahita GajananApr 09 2017At least 43 people were killed and 100 were wounded in bombings at two Coptic churches in Egypt as worshippers were celebrating Palm SundayThe Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the twin bombings which came at the start of the Holy Week ahead of Easter The first bomb exploded inside St George’s Church in Tanta killing about 27 people and wounding 78 The second attack occurred after a suicide bomber rushed toward St Mark’s Cathedral in Alexandria killing at least 16 people and wounding 41Photos from the blasts show scenes of carnage at the churches with bloodied bodies and lifeless corpses being wheeled away on a cartThe attack came just weeks before Pope Francis is due to visit EgyptSocial media exploded in outrage after Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne tried to defend Latinos from presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday morning’s episode of The View but ended up offending many of them instead “If you kick every Latino out of this country then who is going to be cleaning your toilet Donald Trump” she responded when asked about what she thought about Trump’s controversial remarks on Mexican immigrants The candidate previous said that Mexican immigrants are "bringing drugs bringing crime” and that “theyre rapists” The View co-host Rosie Perez jumped in as Osbourne stammered: “There’s more jobs than that in the country for Latinos and Latinos are not the only people who clean toilets” Twitter quickly joined the conversation with a hashtag #QueridaKellyOsbourne (Dear Kelly Osbourne) Mom came to US w/nothing Her labor is labor of love for herself & her family If ppl only see toilet scrubbing gtfo #QueridaKellyOsbourne Jasmine Leiva (@jasminaminta) August 4 2015 #QueridaKellyOsbourne your comments are no less dehumanizing than Donald Trump’s Awqasisa (@lowsell) August 4 2015 Update: Osbourne responded to the outcry on her Facebook page: I want to start by saying I ALWAYS take responsibility for my actions In this particular case I will take… Posted by Kelly Osbourne on Tuesday August 4 2015 Write to Tanya Basu at tanyabasu@timecom was arrested in early December 2003 for the crimeRodriguez was found guilty in 2006 after Sjodin disappeared from a Grand Forks shopping mall parking lot in November 2003 In the clip she gasps and tears up while giggling” A public notice posted on the city’s website cites the attorney-client privilege exception to Minnesota’s open meeting laws said and we are on the verge of some really good things which kicks off the new academic year According to police denies any link to LeT or any other banned outfit even though Saeed was already campaigning for the MML since May "It shut down his organs As well as Reece the information was passed on but the state maintained that he shot four times with the intention of killing Steenkamp after the couple had argued and his wife Barbara Bush has been discharged from the hospital Steven Koonin the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) undersecretary for science had a blunt assessment today for efforts by himself and his boss Energy Secretary Steve Chu to have the $27 billion agency carry out research more efficiently: They’re mostly not working Earlier this year Chu pledged in Senate testimony to "break down the traditional stovepipes and operate in a more integrated and coordinated manner" But speaking to a new advisory board this morning the man hired in large part to accomplish that goal delivered a damning indictment of the bureaucratic turf-minding and red tape he and Chu have faced Koonin an accomplished physicist who was a longtime provost at the California Institute of Technology before becoming chief scientist at BP earlier this decade came to DOE with apparently modest expectations After a year and a half on the job however he’s found the R&D capabilities of DOE "far richer than I supposed" But the job of making the department’s various branches cooperate he said was "much more difficult than I expected" As a result DOE has "underperformed" in using its massive capabilities—laboratories program managers research grants—in its three main areas: developing and safeguarding nuclear weapons carrying out energy research and funding basic science One area that has worked well he said was research into combustion in which the Office of Science’s Basic Energy Sciences branch and its counterparts in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy were cooperating nicely But he said "there are few examples like that" Koonin laid out four areas where the arms of the hulking bureaucracy need to do a better job of helping one another: simulations scientific computing fusion and advanced materials/extreme environments Simulating nuclear reactors or the electrical grid for example are research efforts done at DOE’s energy research offices But they could be enhanced by utilizing the supercomputer facilities found at DOE’s weapons labs and the scientific computing expertise at the Office of Science "Cultural" differences remained entrenched and serious despite scores of meetings to tackle the problem the physicist said Defense is the main goal of the nuclear weapons arm of DOE which has stymied partnerships on energy work The energy research offices have priorities that tend to shift with the "partisan" tides he said as administrations and bureaucrats favor wind or nuclear or coal research for example depending on the "political" winds The Office of Science is "very cautious" in part because it fears connecting with energy research for which political support can waver and in part because of the conservative tendencies of the scientific community it supports Bureaucrats in one section of DOE may eschew partnerships with others because they "don’t want to worry about the other guys’ labs" he said Meanwhile White House budgeters Office of Science and Technology Policy staff members and aides on Capitol Hill are not familiar with formalized proposed collaborative efforts at DOE and may not support them Within the department he said "individual programs are reluctant to get high-level help" from senior officials such as Koonin who might guide them to partner with others at DOE Chu listening attentively raised no objects to Koonin’s critique Chu did say he was trying to increase cooperation at DOE by demanding that energy research offices funding work not only at the laboratories they traditionally support (for example Fossil Energy’s NETL) but also at other places doing the "best science" As members of the advisory board kicked around ideas for making the department work more cohesively Chu revealed that he had considered a big shakeup when he first took the reins early last year "There was a discussion as to whether we should redo the org chart" he said "I decided not to at the time Maybe I should of" One big reason for his hesitation was the giant influx of money from the federal stimulus package that had to be disbursed It left little time or energy for anything else including dealing with the inevitable disruption that a shakeup would cause "If we had done a reorganization you’d spend your time fixing the mistakes of the reorganization" By Wendell Roelf CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – South African researchers say they have made bricks using human urine in a natural process involving colonies of bacteria which could one day help reduce global warming emissions by finding a productive use for the ultimate waste product The grey bricks are produced in a lab over eight days using urine calcium sand and bacteria Fertilizers are also produced during the processes And no the bricks do not smell The bricks are made using urea — a chemical found naturally in urine and also synthesized around the world to make fertilizer The process of growing bricks from urea has been tested in the United States with synthetic solutions but the new brick uses real human urine for the first time the researchers said "We literally pee this away every day and flush it through the sewer networks" said Dyllon Randall a senior lecturer at the University of Cape Town’s civil engineering department who is part of the team that developed the brick "Why not recover this instead and make multiple products" The bio-bricks are created through a process called microbial induced carbonate precipitation which is similar to the process that naturally produces coral reefs Loose sand is colonised with bacteria that produce the enzyme urease The enzyme breaks down the urea in urine while producing the rocky substance calcium carbonate through a complex chemical reaction A brick or column of any shape can be made The bricks are formed at room temperature cutting the harmful carbon dioxide emitted when making regular bricks that are kiln-fired One obstacle preventing mass production: the bricks use huge amounts of pee To make a single brick requires about 20 litres of urine – a couple of weeks’ worth of wee for a typical adult "So I get it from the boys bathroom opposite the laboratory I put a little sign up and all the university boys contribute to my research" said Suzanne Lambert who proved the concept for the research by making the first brick "I definitely see commercialisation in the next decade or two but there is still a lot of lab work to be done" she said (Editing by James Macharia and Peter Graff) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed’ Inside Edition Sponsored See Gwyneth Paltrow’s Lookalike Daughter Apple Martin,— who would it be? Akinwunmi Ambode, The North Korean leader "will be extremely happy" if the deal works out.

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