Larissa Burnouf APTN National NewsA father in Saskatchewan wants answers from the province’s ministry of Social Services after it refused to return his two youngest children, even though, he and his spouse have been approved by the department to provide foster care to other children.The man who cannot be named because his children are in care of the state, lost custody of his six children in 2011, while he was away at work in Fort McMurray, Alta., for three weeks.His late wife was having problems caring for all of them by herself.She passed away a short time later and since then, he has managed to regain custody of his four oldest children, but not without what he said was a long, expensive fight with Social Services.“In 2014 they started having trial dates, but from 2011 to now, I think they’ve adjourned it 50-60 times and each time they adjourn it,” he said. “It costs us $2500-3000 and that moneycould have went to the kids.”He said between the legal fees, and missed days at work to attend the court hearings, it has cost him and his family over $100,000.He said he and his new wife have gone above and beyond what has asked of them by social services to have his six children returned.He said they have been met with resistance from social services and the foster family of the two youngest daughters who remain in the care of the Province.The man said they have proven to have a stable and healthy home and have even been approved to care for two other children in their home, including a new born baby.“Ya we can look after other people’s kids but not my own!” he said.He said his spouse has given up her job to stay home and care for the children while he works.“I’ve been fighting for them and social services has been neglecting on everything that I have been doing right. Working and providing for my family,” he said.His new wife said instead of paying thousands of dollars to fight social services, they could have spent that money on family.“We don’t get to go to theme parks, we can’t take them to movies,” she said. “We cant do outings unless they’re free because any extra money that we do have or any extra money that we manage to save goes to pay off, or we give to the lawyer.”The Provincial Ministry of Social Services would not comment on the case or confirm or deny the man’s claims.He is now turning to the help of Northern Saskatchewan’s MLA to see if he can help in any firstname.lastname@example.org
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed deep in the red Wednesday as the U.S. Federal Reserve said it doesn’t plan on cutting back on a key stimulus program right now.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 12,268.29 -99.17 0.80%S&P 500 — 1,628.93 -22.88 -1.39%Dow — 15,112.19 -206.04 -1.35%Nasdaq — 3,443.20 -38.98 -1.12%The S&P/TSX composite index declined 99.17 points to 12,268.29 with traders reacting negatively as the Fed also offered a slightly more optimistic outlook for the U.S. economy and job market.That could mean that the Fed is moving closer to reducing its program of buying US$85 billion of bonds every month, but the statement gave no indication of when that might happen.“The Fed, right now, is really trying to walk a tightrope,” said George Rusnak, head of fixed income at Wells Fargo Private Bank in New York.“They’re preparing the market for tapering but at the same time they are trying to comfort the markets that it won’t be too dramatic or too quick.”The Canadian dollar fell 0.6 of a cent to 97.34 cents US as the U.S. dollar and bond yields headed higher after the announcement.U.S. indexes also tumbled, with the Dow industrials dropping 206.04 points to 15,112.19. The Nasdaq lost 38.98 points to 3,443.2 and the S&P 500 index fell 22.89 points to 1,628.92.A cloud of uncertainty had settled over markets after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke first mentioned the possibility of tapering the Fed’s monthly bond purchases during congressional testimony on May 22.Analysts hadn’t expected the Fed to make a move on tapering just yet. But uncertainty over whether the Fed feels economic conditions are appropriate for such easing, along with questions about how much the bank might cut back, have resulted in volatility where daily, triple-digit moves have become almost routine.The bond purchases, the third round of quantitative easing embarked upon by the Fed in the wake of the 2008 financial collapse and subsequent recession, have kept interest rates and bond yields low. They have also helped keep a strong rally on most stock markets going all year.TSX mining stocks registered steep declines amid falling prices for gold and copper.But the utilities sector also took a hit, down 2.25%. Interest-sensitive securities such as utilities, REITs, pipelines and telecoms have registered steep declines as speculation over Fed easing has hiked bond yields. On Wednesday afternoon, the benchmark U.S. 10-year bond was yielding 2.35%, up 15 basis points from before the Fed statement and up sharply from about 1.6% at the beginning of May.“So in other words, the equities become less attractive,” said Gareth Watson, vice-president Investment Management and Research at Richardson GMP Ltd.“When that gap does narrow, when interest rates go up, then the dividend yields don’t look as good as they once did and people tend to exit those stocks.”Atlantic Power (TSX:ATP) lost 10 cents to $4.49 and Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS) slid 65 cents to $32.58.The telecom sector was off 1.4% with Telus Corp. (TSX:T) down $1.09 to $34.35.Commodity prices were mixed with July copper one cent lower at US$3.14 a pound, sending the base metals group down 1.88%. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) dropped 93 cents to C$23.10 while HudBay Minerals (TSX:HBM) fell 15 cents to $7.59.The tech component fell 0.8% with BlackBerry (TSX:BB) down 55 cents to $14.58. The stock slid Wednesday after Bernstein Research lowered its rating to underperform from market perform. Analyst Pierre Ferragu said his channel checks at carriers showed that consumer appetite for the new BlackBerry 10 smartphones is weakening and he thinks the company will miss analyst expectations for the second half of this year.The gold sector was down about 2.5% as August bullion rose $7.10 to US$1,374 an ounce. Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX) faded 69 cents to C$18.55.The July crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange lost 20 cents to US$98.24 and the energy sector dipped 0.45%.Statoil says it is evaluating a new discovery of high-quality oil about 500 kilometres northeast of St. John’s, N.L. The Harpoon discovery is about 10 kilometres from the Mizzen discovery, which is estimated to hold between 100 million and 200 million barrels of oil. Statoil has a 65% interest in the Harpoon discovery and the remaining 35% is owned by Calgary-based Husky Energy (TSX:HSE). Husky shares were ahead 17 cents to $28.50.The consumer staples sector was slightly higher with convenience store chain Alimentation Couche-Tard down 20 cents to $62.08. The stock has soared more than eight% over the past week on speculation the company could buy the retail operations of oil and gas giant Hess, which owns about 1,350 gasoline stations in 16 East Coast states.Couche-Tard recently said it has the capacity to spend $1.5 billion on acquisitions. Hess announced in May that it will exit its retail, energy marketing and energy trading businesses following pressure from its third-largest shareholder — activist investor Elliott Management — to break up the firm.What investors were watching todayFed could start reducing bond buying this year, Bernanke saysBank of Canada’s Poloz urges ‘patience’ for restoring business confidenceChina’s credit bubble is unlike anything in modern history: FitchCanadian economy may see turn of fortunes in second half of 2013Housing crash wouldn’t hurt Canadian banks at first ON DECK THURSDAYUNITED STATES8:30 p.m.Weekly jobless claims: Economists expect 340,000 claims, up from last week 8:58 a.m.Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (June): Economists expect reading of 52.7, unchanged from last month 10 a.m.Existing Home sales (May): Economists expect a 0.6% rise Philadelphia Fed Index (June): Economists expect reading of -2, up from last month Leading indicators (May): Economists expect 0.2% rise CORPORATE NEWSUNITED STATESThe Kroger Co. 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“The Secretary-General is horrified by last night’s attack against a residential compound in Riyad, Saudi Arabia, that reportedly killed at least 10 innocent people and injured many others,” a spokesman for Mr. Annan said in a statement. “He condemns this terrorist act in the strongest possible terms.”Through his spokesman, Mr. Annan voiced confidence that Saudi Arabia “will bring to justice the perpetrators of this cowardly attack” and conveyed his condolences to the country and to the families of the victims.
Southwest back to normal after grounding planes for nearly 3 hours because of computer glitch AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Jeff McMurray, The Associated Press Posted Jun 22, 2013 9:29 am MDT CHICAGO – Southwest Airlines was operating normally Saturday afternoon after a system-wide computer failure caused it to ground 250 flights for nearly three hours late Friday night.Full service was restored just after 2 a.m. EDT (0600 GMT) Saturday, but the Dallas-based airline experienced lingering delays in the morning as it worked to clear a backlog of flights and reposition planes and crew.The airline — the largest U.S. domestic carrier — cancelled 43 flights Friday night and another 14 Saturday morning.Southwest is the latest airline to ground flights because of a large computer outage. But its problem was minor compared to those experienced by two competitors — thanks in part to its late-day timing.In April, American Airlines grounded all of its flights nationwide for several hours due to computer problems. The airline ultimately cancelled 970 flights. And last year, United Airlines had two major outages: one in August delayed 580 flights; another in November delayed 636 flights.The problem was detected around 11 p.m. EDT Friday (0300 GMT Saturday), Southwest spokesman Brad Hawkins said. It impaired the airline’s ability to do such things as conduct check-ins, print boarding passes and monitor the weight of each aircraft. Some flights were on the taxiway and diverted back to the terminal, Hawkins said. Flights already in the air were unaffected.Most of Southwest’s cancellations Friday night were in the western half of the country, according to airline spokeswoman Michelle Agnew. Saturday’s cancellations were scattered across the U.S. They included planes leavings from Minneapolis, Chicago, Phoenix, Denver and San Diego, according to flight tracking service FlightAware.Southwest flies an average of 3,400 flights each day.Agnew said in an email Saturday morning that the airline’s technology team is “still working to confirm the source of the issue.”Shortly after 2 a.m., Southwest posted on its Twitter page that “systems are operating and we will begin work to get customers where they need to be. Thanks for your patience tonight.”Agnew said the computer system was “running at full capacity” by early Saturday. Before that, though, officials used a backup system that was much more sluggish.______AP Airlines Writer Scott Mayerowitz in New York contributed to this report.
by Laura Kane, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 8, 2016 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Apr 8, 2016 at 7:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Oil spill fears remain one year after bunker fuel fouled Vancouver beaches VANCOUVER – When the MV Marathassa leaked at least 2,700 litres of bunker fuel into Vancouver’s harbour one year ago, the effects of the spill reached far beyond the city’s picturesque waters and beaches.Delays in clean-up and notification of the city sparked public outrage, drew attention to Conservative cuts to the Canadian Coast Guard and prompted a flurry of campaign promises from the New Democrats and Liberals.The miscommunication and uncertainty of roles that caused the delays were revealed months later in an independent report, which made a number of recommendations that the coast guard says it is implementing.But city manager Sadhu Johnston says despite improvements made by the federal government — including reopening the Kitsilano coast guard base and working toward a regional response plan — fears about oil spills still loom large.“Not a ton has changed since last year,” he said. “There’s been planning and engagement together, but we’re still not there yet. We’re still not ready for a major tanker spill in this region.”The spill on April 8, 2015, while relatively small, happened when concerns were running high in Vancouver about increased tanker traffic that would be caused by Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.A passing boater first reported seeing oil in English Bay just before 5 p.m. But due to a series of miscommunications, cleanup organization Western Canada Marine Response Corp. wasn’t activated until about 8 p.m., says an independent report commissioned by the coast guard and written by retired assistant commissioner John Butler.Butler’s report also says the province failed to promptly alert the city because the extent of the spill hadn’t been realized. City staff didn’t learn of the incident until 6 a.m. on April 9, around the same time an oil-absorbing boom was installed around the ship.Coun. Andrea Reimer said the incident involving a bulk grain carrier revealed serious gaps in preparedness and response that would be critical during a larger spill from an oil tanker.“We do not have confidence that there’s anywhere near the capacity that would be needed to deal with existing oil shipments, let alone vastly increased ones under an expanded pipeline proposal.”Michael Davies, senior director of marine development at Kinder Morgan Canada, said an extra $100 million will go to Western Canada Marine Response Corp., which includes 100 new people at five bases.“While there are certainly differing views on the (Trans Mountain pipeline expansion), one has to see the marine enhancements as an overall benefit to spill response.”The Canadian Coast Guard said in a statement it has made significant progress, either completing or initiating all of Butler’s recommendations. Staff have received additional training, notification procedures have been improved, and four major spill response exercises were undertaken last year.The Liberal government included $23.59 million in this year’s budget to fulfill its campaign promise to reopen the Kitsilano coast guard base, a station that’s close to the spill site that was shuttered by the Conservatives in 2013.The coast guard is also in the final drafting stages of a response plan for Greater Vancouver, which will inform how organizations including the coast guard, city agencies and Western Marine Response Corp. work together if there’s a spill.“This was really the first time that all these different entities worked together on this type of incident,” said Michael Lowry, communications manager for Western Marine Response Corp. “It’s pretty clear that it would be a bit smoother the next time around if there was some more planning that was done in advance.”The corporation has purchased new equipment to improve its ability to assess the severity of spills, including drones and a blimp that can be launched from its vessels with an infrared camera that works in fog or at night, Lowry said.B.C. Environment Minister Mary Polak said while marine spills are a federal responsibility, the province has introduced legislation to establish new requirements for spill preparedness, response and recovery, and to create new penalties and offences.Transport Canada launched an investigation of the spill last year with the potential for charges or fines against the vessel’s owners. The federal agency did not respond to a request for comment.Alassia NewShips Management, the Greece-based operator of the MV Marathassa, said in a statement it has been co-operating with authorities and expressed its appreciation to all who assisted with the response.“The legacy of any incident must be to understand exactly what happened so that it will not happen again and we are committed to that.”— Follow @ellekane on Twitter.
ERIGAVO, Somalia – In a tradition dating to Biblical times, men rise at dawn in the rugged Cal Madow mountains of Somaliland in the Horn of Africa to scale rocky outcrops in search of the prized sap of wild frankincense trees.Bracing against high winds, Musse Ismail Hassan climbs with his feet wrapped in cloth to protect against the sticky resin. With a metal scraper, he chips off bark and the tree’s white sap bleeds into the salty air. “My father and grandfather were both doing this job,” said Hassan, who like all around here is Muslim. “We heard that it was with Jesus.”When dried and burned, the sap produces a fragrant smoke which perfumes churches and mosques around the world. Frankincense, along with gold and myrrh, was brought by the Three Kings as gifts in the Gospel account of the birth of Jesus.But now these last intact wild frankincense forests on Earth are under threat as prices have shot up in recent years with the global appetite for essential oils. Overharvesting has led to the trees dying off faster than they can replenish, putting the ancient resin trade at risk.“(Frankincense) is something that is literally given by God to humanity, so if we don’t preserve it, if we don’t take care of it, if we don’t look after it, we will lose that,” said Shukri Ismail, Somaliland’s minister of environment and rural development.The Cal Madow mountains, which rise from the Gulf of Aden in sheer cliff faces reaching over 8,000 feet (2,440 metres), are part of Somaliland, an autonomous republic in Somalia’s northwest. The frankincense trade is Somaliland’s largest source of government revenue after livestock and livestock products, Ismail said.Harvesting frankincense is risky. The trees can grow high on cliff edges, shallow roots gripping bare rock slithering with venomous snakes. Harvesters often slip and tumble down canyon walls.“Every year people either break both legs or die. Those casualties are so often,” said Hassan, adding that he wished he had proper ropes and climbing gear. “It’s a very dangerous job, but we don’t have any alternative.”Once the resin is collected, women sort the chunks by colour and size. The various classes of resin are shipped to Yemen, Saudi Arabia and eventually Europe and America. Besides its use as incense, frankincense gum is distilled into oil for use in perfumes, skin lotions, medicine and chewing gum.In the last six years, prices for raw frankincense have shot up from around $1 per kilogram to $5 to $7, said Anjanette DeCarlo, an ecologist and director of Conserve Cal Madow, an environmental group.The rise in demand is the result of stronger marketing in the essential oils industry, which labels frankincense as the “King of Essential Oils,” DeCarlo said. The dwindling supply of high-quality resin, and competition between exporters, also are factors.Now over-tapping is destroying the trees across the Cal Madow, as tappers try to extract as much sap as possible and make too many cuts per tree. They also tap the trees year-round rather than seasonally, preventing the trees from recovering.“The death rate of the adult trees is alarming,” DeCarlo said. “There is potential for regeneration, but it takes about 40 years or so for these trees to become viable for tapping if it’s done right.”Officials worry the ancient trade could disappear.“Frankincense that the pharaohs were using came from here, so you could imagine it has a history, it has a rich history,” Ismail said. “I’m afraid that we will lose that rich history.” World’s last wild frankincense forests are under threat Harvesting frankincense. by Jason Patinkin, The Associated Press Posted Dec 24, 2016 7:15 am MDT Last Updated Dec 24, 2016 at 11:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia abortion doctor was found guilty Monday of first-degree murder and could face execution in the deaths of three babies who authorities say were delivered alive and then killed with scissors at his grimy clinic, in a case that became a flashpoint in the nation’s debate over abortion.Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 72, was cleared in the death of a fourth baby, who prosecutors say let out a soft whimper before he snipped its neck.Gosnell was also found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the drug-overdose death of a patient who had undergone an abortion.Gosnell appeared hopeful before the verdict and calm afterward; jurors and lawyers on both sides were more emotional.The jury will return Tuesday to hear evidence on whether Gosnell should get the death penalty.Former clinic employees testified that Gosnell routinely performed illegal late-term abortions past Pennsylvania’s 24-week limit, that he delivered babies who were still moving, whimpering or breathing, and that he and his assistants “snipped” the newborns’ spines, as he referred to it.“Are you human?” prosecutor Ed Cameron snarled during closing arguments as Gosnell sat calmly at the defense table. “To med these women up and stick knives in the backs of babies?”The grisly details came out more than two years ago during an investigation of prescription drug trafficking at Gosnell’s clinic in an impoverished section of West Philadelphia.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game shot 64 black and brown bears from helicopters in the Western Interior in May. That brings the total number of bears shot during a two-year effort to 153. The Board of Game approved the program following requests from Kuskokwim River-area hunters, who were concerned about a declining moose population.Download AudioThe two-year program is the first of its kind implemented by the state to eliminate bears. A similar program to control the wolf population has been in place in the same game management unit since 2004.Fish and Game Spokeswoman Cathie Harms admits the program is controversial.“I think the most common perception is that the first management program to be considered in Alaska is predator control and the opposite of that is true,” says Harms.Moose hunting in unit 19A has been closed since 2005 because of a declining population. Harms says the state examined other management options that might help increase the moose numbers before the Board of Game approved extermination.“In this case, hunting is so restricted that restricting the harvest further isn’t going to change the population,” she says. “Getting rid of regulations on trapping wasn’t going to stop the problem because not enough animals were being trapped. Live capturing and moving the bears was considered, but we have yet to find a place in Alaska where people living there don’t object.”After 89 bears were shot as part of the effort last year, long-time biologist Vic Van Ballenburg called the program ‘extreme.’ Van Ballenburg said the state’s data regarding the effects of predators on moose weren’t sufficient enough to justify shooting bears from helicopters.“I think by a combination of trying to ensure that the data to initially justify and implement the program s are better collected and to ensure that we’ve got good monitoring and evaluation procedures in place, that’s what I and many other have been asking for for many years,” said Van Ballenburg.But Cathie Harms says surveys this spring turned up positive data on moose calves in the Western Interior following the first year of the program.“It looks like calf survival within the bear control management area is significantly higher than in other areas,” Harms says. “For the moose calves it could be almost double the survival rate of moose calves that leave the area or are outside the area anyway, so it looks to be positive in terms of increasing survival of moose so that the numbers actually change.”Harms also says removing the top predators has minimal long-term effect on the sustainability of both black and brown bear populations in the Interior.“No predator control program has effects that last forever,” she says. “They are all somewhat temporary based on what weather, habitat quality, disease and other effects have on the prey population. So we can elevate numbers of moose for a relatively temporary time, but eventually they will go back down to a low density.”After the bears were shot, they were skinned and processed. Nearly three tons of meat was distributed to residents among 10 western Interior villages along the Kuskokwim River including Kalskag, Aniak, McGrath and Sleetmute. Hides of smaller bears were distributed among village residents. Those from larger bears will be sold at auction.The state hasn’t released information about its wolf control program in the region. Harms says information about the number of wolves shot in Unit 19A could be available within the month.
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by The Associated Press Posted Dec 6, 2017 9:35 am PDT Last Updated Dec 6, 2017 at 6:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ADRIAN, Mich. – Cyber shenanigans for 200? A former “Jeopardy!” winner has been charged with illegally accessing co-workers’ email accounts at a small Michigan college.Stephanie Jass is a former history professor at Adrian College. She appeared in Lenawee County court on Tuesday, charged with unauthorized access to a computer and using a computer to commit a crime.No other details were released. But The Daily Telegram in Adrian reports that state police investigated after getting complaints from college staff earlier this year.The Associated Press left a message seeking comment for Jass’ attorney Wednesday.Jass won seven games on “Jeopardy!” in 2012. Adrian College declined to say when Jass stopped working at the school.In 2014, Jass performed at Croswell Opera House in Adrian, singing songs and sharing stories about playing “Jeopardy!”___Information from: The Daily Telegram, http://www.lenconnect.com ‘Jeopardy!’ winner charged with computer crimes in Michigan In this October 2012 photo, Stephanie Jass of Tecumseh, Mich., poses at Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. Jass, who won seven games on “Jeopardy!” in 2012, was arraigned Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, on two computer-related charges that allege she accessed co-workers’ email accounts earlier this year at Adrian College. (Mike Dickie/The Daily Telegram via AP)
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the Registrar noted that 2016 funds were grossly inadequate, a Second Republic lawmaker declared that some persons close to Buhari were pressurizing him to reinstate Daura. Monday to Citizens Community Credit Union, Meanwhile,300 domestic locations.” Pochettino told a news conference on Tuesday.D. and a large rain-wrapped tornado about 4 miles northeast of MayvilleThere were numerous other reports of funnel clouds and possible tornadoes but the weather service must survey damage before determining the validity of all reports NWS meteorologist Brad Hopkins said WednesdayWinds picked up throughout the day near Hillsboro sometimes in excess of 70 mph The weather received multiple reports of downed trees power lines and damage most of it contained to Traill County Hopkins previously told the HeraldThere were multiple reports of hail up and down the Valley including near Hallock Minn, That included a multivortex about 7 miles east of Mayville, who served as John McCain’s chief economic policy adviser in 2008 and is now the head of the right-leaning think tank, “on several occasions.
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Cases have been reported from the Twin Cities central and northeastern MinnesotaThe condition which affects mainly children attacks the nervous system causing muscles to weaken It can be a complication following a viral infection but environmental and genetic factors may also be a causeInitial symptoms include sudden muscle weakness in the arms or legs Other symptoms are neck weakness or stiffness drooping eyelids difficulty swallowing or slurred speech If the condition worsens symptoms can lead to paralysis or deathAccording to the department there was a national uptick in these cases in 2014 that investigators believe was linked to an outbreak of a respiratory illness in children caused by an enterovirus Minnesota saw three cases that year and typically sees less than one case per yearIf parents notice symptoms of acute flaccid myelitis they should see a doctor immediately The condition can be diagnosed by examining a person’s nervous system taking a magnetic resonance imaging scan and testing the cerebral spinal fluid Chief Ohakim picked an unfounded information from the social media and said the bridge collapsed, Mrs Buhari commended the women leaders over the unity they have exhibited, she added that because the dispute has become so public, 2018 issue of TIME.
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confrontation at the height of anti-racism demonstrations on campus ” a generic term for shuttles that ferry workers from homes in San Francisco to jobs in Silicon ValleyHadza men hunt on a ridge above the Yaeda Valley in Tanzania MATTHIEU PALEY Farmers tourists and cattle threaten to wipe out some of the world’s last hunter-gatherers By Ann GibbonsMay 17 2018 10:00 AM YAEDA VALLEY IN TANZANIA—As we hike down a rocky slope through thorny acacias that snag our clothes and past the emaciated carcass of a cow we hear people singing We are approaching a small camp of Hadza hunter-gatherers and our Tanzanian guide thinks they must be celebrating something But as we near a few huts made of branches and draped with mosquito netting a slender woman in a worn T-shirt and sari totters toward us "She is drunk" says Killerai Munka our guide The woman calls her children and as she puts their small hands inside ours we get a sour whiff of diarrhea That’s when she tells Munka that her youngest child—a baby boy—died the night before "He wanted to sleep some more and didn’t wake up" Munka translates from Swahili A couple of pastoralist men probably members of the local Datoga tribe are also visiting They carry wooden staffs wear brass hoop earrings and have brought a bottle of homemade alcohol They have traded that bottle and likely others for honey gathered by the Hadza who by now have had too much to drink Times are hard for the Hadza who include some of the last people on the planet to live as nomadic hunter-gatherers Their way of life has been a magnet for researchers for 60 years and the subject of hundreds of scholarly papers because it may offer the closest analog to the way our African ancestors lived The iconic lifestyle persists: Just that morning in another Hadza camp called Sengele an hour’s walk away women and children were digging tuberous roots for food Men were gathering honey by smoking out bees from baobab trees But that lifestyle is quickly disappearing Today of roughly 1000 Hadza living in the dry hills here between salty Lake Eyasi and the Rift Valley highlands only about 100 to 300 still hunt and gather most of their food Most of the others do forage—but they also buy trade or are given food and sometimes alcohol and marijuana Many live part of the year in larger semipermanent camps in the sprawling settlement of Mangola where they depend on income from tourism and occasional jobs on farms or as guards Most Hadza now go to school for a few years speak Swahili in addition to their own click language and wear donated Western clothes Some carry cellphones But "They are not integrating into a normal rural Tanzanian life" says evolutionary anthropologist Colette Berbesque of the University of Roehampton in London who has studied the Hadza since 2007 Instead she says they are "transitioning to a life where they’re at the absolute bottom of the barrel" The Hadza’s hunting and gathering lifestyle fosters a diverse microbiome that researchers study with oral swabs and by sampling fecal matter HUMAN FOOD PROJECT It is a tragic story that has played out many times before as hunter-gatherers around the world have been displaced by more politically powerful settlers Although the Hadza have proved resilient in the past researchers warn that they now face a daunting convergence of threats Their Brooklyn-size territory is being encroached on by pastoralists whose cattle drink their water and graze on their grasslands farmers clearing woodlands to grow crops and climate change that dries up rivers and stunts grass All those pressures drive away the antelope buffalo and other wildlife the Hadza hunt "If there are no animals how are we going to feed our people" asks Shani Msafir Sigwazi a Hadza who is a law student at Tumaini University Makumira in Arusha Tanzania "How are we going to protect our life in the bush" "The last 5 years have drastically altered the landscape politically socially and ecologically" says human behavioral ecologist Alyssa Crittenden of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas who has studied the Hadza since 2004 "It’s clear to anyone who goes out to see the Hadza that we’re dealing with small populations being pinched on all sides" Worried about the Hadza’s plight researchers wonder about their responsibilities to the people they have studied intensively for decades Many researchers are seeking ways to help even as they vie to study the few Hadza who still hunt and gather full time But some researchers have stopped fieldwork altogether saying the Hadza lifestyle has changed too much "The narrative that they are perfect hunter-gatherers has been eroding since the first researchers have worked with them" says paleobiologist Amanda Henry of Leiden University in the Netherlands who has studied Hadza gut bacteria and diet; her team is not returning From the very first researchers who studied the Hadza realized they were walking a tightrope—studying a traditional way of life that their very presence risked altering James Woodburn was a 23-year-old graduate student in 1957 when he became the first anthropologist to study the Hadza He quickly realized that the tire tracks of his Land Rover created new paths for the Hadza so he sold it and walked everywhere with them instead "I was most anxious not to affect their nomadic movements" says Woodburn now retired from the London School of Economics All the Hadza he saw then were nomadic hunter-gatherers who ranged across 1000 square kilometers of bush an area 20% larger than New York City Yet even then they were losing their traditional lands at a great rate Woodburn says and had less than half the 2500 square kilometers they inhabited when German geographer Erich Obst met them in 1911 A shrinking homeland The Hadza hold deeds to a Brooklyn-size territory where they can hunt and gather but this is only a fraction of their historic homeland Today farmers and pastoralists seeking grazing rights press in on all sides LakeEyasi 0 Km 25 Lake Eyasi Ngorongoro crater Hadza-controlled land Grazing agreements with Datoga Expanding farmland Post-1950 settlements Grazing land Tanzania Mangola Hadza region in the late 1950s (GRAPHIC) N DESAI/SCIENCE; (DATA) DAUDI PETERSON/DOROBO FUND; CARBON TANZANIA Still Woodburn recalls an "exceptional abundance of game" in the 1960s including "a herd of 400 elephants also lots of rhino hyenas lions and many many other animals" At the time he found the Hadza were healthier than farmers and herders as he reported at the famous "Man the Hunter" symposium in Chicago Illinois in 1966 And although the Hadza traded with their agricultural neighbors exchanging meat and skins for beads pots and iron knives few people from other tribes had settled on their land They did not intermarry much and kept to themselves The Hadza also resisted many attempts by governments and missionaries to move them into settlements to become farmers So many Hadza died of infectious diseases in camps in the 1960s that Woodburn worried they would be wiped out But survivors always left the camps to return to the bush Woodburn realized that farming was antithetical to the Hadza’s egalitarian values as he described in a landmark paper in 1982 in the journal Man He noted that they were vigilant in preventing any single person from acquiring assets or wealth or asserting power or status over others They shared the food they hunted and gathered the same day or soon after in an "immediate return" system Woodburn contrasted that approach with "delayed return" societies in which individuals invest in building personal assets that pay off later—for example spending perhaps weeks crafting a boat and then storing caught fish for many months Such societies he argued more readily adopt farming or herding which allow individuals to acquire power rank and wealth The Hadza are not living fossils "lost at the bottom of the Rift Valley for thousands of years" says Nicholas Blurton-Jones professor emeritus at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) who did fieldwork with the Hadza from 1982 to 2000 They also have evolved over the millennia and long ago adopted new tools such as metal arrowheads and cooking pots But in their rich and relatively undisturbed savanna home the Hadza have offered a steady stream of researchers a unique view of the way of life and selection pressures that "many have suggested brought our species into being" he says The Hadza are just a touchstone for so much Kristen Hawkes The University of Utah Over the years studies of the Hadza have revealed that grandmothers’ food production boosts child survival so mothers can bear more children; that men prefer to hunt large game because having reputations as good meat providers makes them desirable mates and allies; and that hunter-gatherer children forage for enough food that they are "cheap" to raise boosting fertility and population "The Hadza are just a touchstone for so much" says anthropologist Kristen Hawkes of The University of Utah in Salt Lake City who did fieldwork with the Hadza from 1984 to the early 1990s Today at least a dozen research groups from around the world have permits to study the Hadza One is led by Jeff Leach a visiting research fellow at King’s College London who helped show that the Hadza have more diverse gut bacteria than people on a Western diet do "East Africa is ground zero for the human microbiome" he says "With the Hadza who are exposed to the urine blood and feces of every animal they hunt you can get a picture of all the microbes on that landscape" Other studies focus on their lifestyle Crittenden recently found that Hadza men who switched to an agricultural diet suffered less dental decay (probably because they ate less honey) but that women and children ended up with more cavities A team led by UCLA biological anthropologist Brian Wood who has studied the Hadza since 2004 learned that they use only as much energy every day as sedentary Westerners suggesting that hunting and gathering can be remarkably efficient; and that the Hadza sleep less than recommended in Western guidelines Even as studies proceed the Hadza’s future is darkening The biggest threat comes from farmers and pastoralists and their cattle encroaching on Hadza land In 2011 after years of negotiation between a local nongovernmental organization (NGO) and government officials the Tanzanian commissioner for lands gave the Hadza rights to a 230-square-kilometer area That was a major victory but the egalitarian Hadza have lacked the leadership or organization to protect their land "When you look at the Hadza we have no leaders to represent us in government" Sigwazi says Local governments enforce land and grazing rights and the Hadza have far fewer representatives on village councils than the Datoga or Iraqw farmers who live nearby As a result the Hadza have had to agree to give away grazing rights on their land in the dry season The laws do prevent the free-for-all hunting on Hadza land that happened in the mid-1980s when many elephants were poached says Daudi Peterson co-founder of Dorobo Safaris and the Dorobo Fund which uses fees from research and sustainable tourism to protect wildlife and fund health care and education for the Hadza and other groups (Science paid fees to the fund to visit Hadza land) However he adds "Flagrant abuse of the laws" by herders has taken place The Hadza are particularly concerned about Datoga pastoralists who let their cattle graze on grass and drink from water holes on Hadza land year-round In one Hadza camp a woman named Tutu pointed to her people’s huts Their tree-branch frames were draped with clothes and bark instead of the traditional grass thatch "The cows eat all the grass" she explained The Datoga are also moving in building bomas—mud-walled huts encircled by acacia-thorn fences that contain livestock at night—near water sources The settlements keep the nonconfrontational Hadza and their prey away from the water "You can see from Google Earth where Datoga bomas are and how the Hadza—especially the women—adjust their spatial behavior to avoid them" Wood says "The Datoga come here and take over the area—they put in their permanent houses" said a Hadza man named Shakwa "Our land is getting smaller and smaller It is not like a human being that gets pregnant and can give us more and more land" The incursions with cattle grazing deep in the bush have worsened in the past 3 years because of climate change which has displaced the Datoga and other herders from lands outside the district says Partala Dismas Meitaya who works for the Ujamaa Community Resource Team in Arusha the local NGO that negotiated the land rights Half the Datoga’s cattle died on their own grazing lands during the last rainy season from November 2017 to mid-January which was unseasonably hot and dry Their hardship makes them resent the rights deeded to the Hadza "People ask ‘Why are the Hadza—a small number of people—taking a big part of the land’" Meitaya says "‘Why don’t they share the land’" The outside world encroaches on Hadza land in many ways: A Hadza scout records cattle intruding on their lands using a GPS camera (top); Hadza put on baboon skins to impress a Lithuanian tourist in a camp in Mangola (bottom right); and a Hadza atop a truck watches a Maasai herder on a track through Hadza country (bottom left) (TOP TO BOTTOM) CARBON TANZANIA; MATTHIEU PALEY (2) A few signs of cooperation have emerged Three Datoga are working with seven Hadza youth to patrol grazing on Hadza land "They are cooperating in a peaceful way to make sure there isn’t another fight between the Hadza and Datoga" Meitaya says But the threat from cattle is not the only force driving the Hadza from their ancestral land Marina Butovskaya a physical anthropologist from the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow is stunned at how quickly woodland is being cleared for farming at the edges of Hadza land "When we arrived there in 2003 there was only bush and there were plenty of wild animals" she recalls "Now along the road to Mangola it’s fields fields fields" In her 5 months in the Mangola area between September 2017 and February 2018 new power lines (which allow irrigation equipment) attracted an influx of farmers They used tractors to clear a swath of land 10 kilometers closer to Hadza land "You cannot imagine how fast it’s going" Butovskaya says When the land is cleared wild animals lose habitat leaving fewer to hunt The farmers also cut down wild fruit trees on which the Hadza depend they told Wood recently To survive some Hadza take handouts of maize flour from missionaries or trade meat and honey for flour to make porridge Or they head to one of a dozen "tourist camps" in the Mangola region where they earn money by re-enacting their traditional ways Thanks to a newly improved road tourists from Ngorongoro Conservation Area which draws 400000 people a year can "bomb down" to see the Hadza in Mangola in 15 hours Peterson says Researchers are well aware of the irony that their research which made the Hadza famous also draws tourists which in turn encourages the Tanzanian government to build roads "If we never studied the Hadza would they have been better off" Hawkes wonders The tourism has a toxic impact In the roughly 3 weeks that ecological anthropologist Haruna Yatsuka of Nihon University in Mishima Japan was in a tourist camp in Mangola in 2013 40 tourist parties came from 19 nations The tourists began arriving at 6 am and watched the Hadza hunt (for show—they seldom got meat when with tourists) dig up tubers or perform dances In one camp Hadza wore baboon skins which is not their traditional dress but fits tourist expectations Leach says The Hadza also got money by selling souvenirs such as bead bracelets or from tips "Tourism now brings income to the Hadza and has had a tremendous effect on their livelihood diet residence and nomadic patterns" Yatsuka says She observed the most destructive impact as soon as the tourists left in midafternoon when the Hadza used their earnings to buy alcohol "Everybody drinks: pregnant women breastfeeding women the men" says Monika Abels a developmental psychologist at Tilburg University in the Netherlands who compared child development between a tourist camp and Hadza bush camps Sometimes the drinking starts early in the day the children don’t get fed and drunk men beat women Abels says Blurton-Jones has noted higher rates of alcoholism disease and early death for Hadza living in Mangola than in the bush The Hadza themselves recognize that trend and complain about being "tired" in camp Yatsuka says Turnover is high as Hadza go into the bush to recover Yatsuka is now studying how competition to sell souvenirs affects the Hadza’s egalitarian culture What happens when one Hadza woman makes money but another doesn’t All those changes also affect research Leach and others must stop data collection when missionaries give Hadza grain or antibiotics "I think the way some of the recent papers report the situation they’re studying is bordering on not very honest" Blurton-Jones says "They need to tell us how much maize they get how often do they get alcohol how often do tourists come" Others agree: "In my tenure I’ve seen dramatic dramatic change" Berbesque says "There are Hadza keeping chickens; they have cellphones It’s not necessarily bad … but they are not pristine hunter-gatherers anymore" She has cut back her study of dietary preferences and will not take new students to study the Hadza until more protections are in place Abels too probably will not return Nick Blurton-Jones (right) learns about the extensive support Hadza grandmothers give grandchildren as he interviews a great-grandmother (second from left) and her younger kinswoman (second from right) in 1999 ANNETTE WAGNER FROM FILMING OF TINDIGA—THOSE WHO ARE RUNNING AND HADZABE MEANS: US PEOPLE Some researchers think scientists have asked too much of the Hadza "A woman said to me ‘My body is tired’" Crittenden says "‘I’m tired giving my hair my poop my spit my urine’" Crittenden believes researchers now have a duty to their longtime subjects "The Hadza have been desperately asking researchers to help them" she says noting that Hadza have approached her at least a dozen times in the past few years for help with political advocacy land rights health care and education Most researchers do step up "You end up doing humanitarian work" Leach says "I’m buying school clothes for 100 kids" The top priority is to stop incursions on Hadza land so people who want to hunt and gather can continue to do so One approach is to engage with local government and others on the Hadza’s behalf For example Wood spoke with missionaries in 2014 who wanted to drill a well in an area that was "basically the last stand for the Hadza" who live in the bush He told them a well would draw Datoga to water their cattle and thus harm the Hadza But intervening carries risks Wood warns: Evicting the Datoga and others from Hadza land could trigger a backlash Wood and other researchers are taking steps to respond to Hadza who increasingly want more say in who studies them and what kinds of studies are done "What advantage do we get from your study" Sigwazi asks "I want to know the results of my poo Tell us your important results" Crittenden and Berbesque hope to help the Hadza develop a code of ethics like one unveiled last year by the San people of southern Africa another intensively studied group That code requires that the San Council approve and manage research protocols says Bob Hitchcock an anthropologist at The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque who helped the San draft it But Hitchcock foresees a challenge with the Hadza who "don’t have the same level of representation the coordinated body" to do this he says Researchers are sharply divided over a code in part because many think scientists do more good than harm They note that in 2007 scientists helped organize protests when the Tanzanian government evicted the Hadza from some of their land proposing to turn it into a private hunting park for the United Arab Emirates’s royal family They also disagree that the Hadza are overstudied arguing that many teams are there only for a month or so and don’t overlap much "I’m the only researcher in the field right now" Wood says As researchers Hadza and others consider how best to move forward they agree on one thing: "It is important that every Hadza individual has the opportunity to choose a lifestyle for themselves" says Woodburn who at age 84 still returns to camp with Hadza friends every few years Sigwazi says: "I want to protect the culture of my people so the Hadza can enjoy their life—so they can wake up in the morning and hunt in the bush It’s a simple life but a kind of wonderful life"The sole abortion clinic in Mississippi will remain open after a federal appeals panel on Tuesday blocked a state law that would have required its doctors to obtain admitting privileges at local hospitals The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled in a 2-to-1 vote that the law would have effectively ended abortion in the state as the clinic’s doctors have been unable to receive admitting privileges from local hospitals The panel said Mississippi would be illegally shifting its constitutional obligations to neighboring states the New York Times reports "A state cannot lean on its sovereign neighbors to provide protection of its citizens federal constitutional rights" Judge E Grady Jolly wrote Mississippi lawmakers who supported the law said it only sought to address safety issues and “the regulation of abortion clinics” said State Rep Sam C Mims Opponents of the law said it was intended to end abortion in the state The US Appeals Court ruling did not consider whether the requirement that doctors have admitting privileges at local hospitals was justified on safety grounds and only ruled that Mississippi 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