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World News
Before And Beyond The Syrian Calamity
 By BFP Staff Friday, September 25, 2015

By Dr. Alon Ben-Meir
What started as a civil war in Syria nearly five years ago has now evolved into an international crisis unmatched by any other since World War II. The global community now has a solemn obligation to end this humanitarian disaster, but it cannot do so unless all the powers affected by the conflict set aside their differences in order to end the suffering of millions of Syrians. The UNGA annual meeting, which is now in progress, offers the US, Russia, and Iran a momentous opportunity to come up with a solution, which is absolutely within reach if they only will it.
The search for a solution to Syria’s civil war and the unfolding tragedy of the Syrian refugees can be found only by defeating ISIS while simultaneously formulating a political solution to prevent the complete disintegration of the country.


Straumann abre sucursal en Colombia y celebra con éxito el primer Straumann Latam Congress
 By BFP Staff Tuesday, September 22, 2015

By Angela Nogueira Fey
Colombia, septiembre de 2015 – Straumann, líder mundial en implantes dentales, refuerza su presencia en Latinoamérica este mes de septiembre. La compañía reunió más de 160 expertos en el 1° Straumann LATAM Congress para discutir las tendencias del sector y presentar las soluciones de la empresa para optimizar el trabajo de los odontólogos. Con un equipo de conferencistas enfocados en lo más actual en tecnología e innovación, se abordaron temas como: implantes cortos, regeneración y rehabilitación de pacientes desdentados, además de la presentación de soluciones, tales como Sistema Straumann CARES®, Implante Roxolid® SLActive®, 4 mm e implante cónico BLT - Bone Level Tapered.


This Is What Needs To Happen For Oil Prices To Stabilize
 By BFP Staff Saturday, September 19, 2015

By Dan Doyle for Oilprice.com
On September 10th the EIA reported a production decline in the Lower 48—essentially shale production—of 208,000 BOPD. That is a staggeringly enormous number, approximately 10 percent of the estimated global over-supply. Additionally, it was a week-over-week number which makes it all the more impressive. Yet it received little attention through the week. Rather, Goldman Sachs was grabbing all the headlines with its $20 call on oil.


The Shale Delusion: Why The Party’s Over For U.S. Tight Oil
 By BFP Staff Thursday, September 17, 2015

By Art Berman for Oilprice.com
The party is over for tight oil.
Despite brash statements by U.S. producers and misleading analysis by Raymond James, low oil prices are killing tight oil companies.
Reports this week from IEA and EIA paint a bleak picture for oil prices as the world production surplus continues.
EIA said that U.S. production will fall by 1 million barrels per day over the next year and that, “expected crude oil production declines from May 2015 through mid-2016 are largely attributable to unattractive economic returns.”


Administrative Detention and Israel’s Moral Imperative
 By BFP Staff Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Dr. Alon Ben-Meir
Palestinian lawyer Mohammed Allan, who went on hunger strike for 65 days to protest his indefinite detention in Israeli custody, was subsequently moved into medical care and had his detention suspended in August over fears that he might die in prison, potentially provoking massive Palestinian unrest. This raises serious questions about both the legality of Israel’s administrative detention and the degree to which Israel is violating human rights. The most troubling aspect of Israel’s preventive detention policy, however, is how dangerously Israel’s moral standing is sliding, not only because of the unjust treatment of Palestinian detainees, but the extent to which the country is undermining the moral imperative that gave it birth from the ashes of World War II.


Matthew And Willstrop Set Up Mouthwatering Manchester Showdown
 By BFP Staff Friday, September 11, 2015

By Nathan Clarke
English pairing Nick Matthew and James Willstrop are set to renew their historic rivalry during the quarter-finals of the 2015 AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix which take place at Manchester’s National Squash Centre tomorrow (Saturday Sep 12).
The duo, who have both previously held the World No.1 ranking, have maintained an apathetic often acrimonious relationship since first clashing in 2001 with Willstrop going as far as citing his rival as ‘pretentious and vicious’ during a rivalry that has spanned two decades and produced some of the most memorable matches in the history of squash.


Triangle in Anapoima Mandarino Tree Parrot Soap Opera of All Time!
 By Judi McLeod  Sunday, May 31, 2009

Parrots of Anapoima, Cucurrucucu PalomaStep aside, Julio Iglesias and all you other romantic Latino singers, Paco the Parrot is here.

Bogota Free Planet (BFP) promised they would record for CFP the Parrots of Anapoima belting out the haunting refrain from the song “Cucurrucucu Paloma”, and that’s just what they did.

Colombia gets 7 gold medals in one day
 By Jorge Luis Pardo  Friday, October 28, 2011

October 26 is a day to remember for Colombia: 7 gold medals in one day at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara.  Athletics, skating, weightlifting and gymnastics are the winners.

Medical News
Vitamin C: If It’s Good For Gorillas Why Not Us
 By Dr. Gifford Jones  Thursday, October 21, 2010

Are you headed for a heart attack because of “marginal scurvy”, a condition resulting from a lack of vitamin C? Moreover, if vitamin C is sound medicine for gorillas, why isn’t it good for us? And in the 16th century, why did the ship’s cat survive long sea voyages when its sailors died from scurvy?

Today, we know that sailors of old, lacking vitamin C, died of this preventable disease. A shortage of fresh fruit in their diet resulted in degeneration of blood vessels, hemorrhage and death.

Automotive News
Networked Devices Spread Your Photos, Music Around
 By Jim Bray  Thursday, December 16, 2010

Media servers are becoming popular in this age of wireless home networks, delivering audio and video content from a computer or the Internet to whatever device you may want to use, within reason.

I usually use such devices to stream music, because most of the videos I watch are on Blu-ray and no matter how much hype you hear about downloads taking over, there are still bandwidth and file compatibility issues. I admit reluctantly to accessing YouTube and its ilk for some casual viewing sometimes, but media servers are increasingly playing back music in other rooms of my house.

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