Warriors in a ‘tough spot’ after Stephen Curry suffers broken hand

first_imgSteph Curry heads to the locker room with an apparent wrist injury after taking a scary fall. pic.twitter.com/xt4fgp6Y4U— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) October 31, 2019Curry will undergo an MRI and CT scan, which will determine whether surgery on the broken hand is necessary, Warriors general manager Bob Myers told ESPN.However, a source has informed ESPN that Curry has a fracture in the second metacarpal — the bone below the hand’s index finger.The Warriors have been dealing with several setbacks stemming from team injuries. Klay Thompson is recovering from an ACL injury, and a neuropathic condition is keeping Kevon Looney benched for at least three more games. Now Curry’s broken hand undoubtedly puts the team “in a tough spot,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after Wednesday’s game. “So we’ll assess it, and we’ll go from there,” Kerr said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. October 31, 2019 /Sports News – National Warriors in a ‘tough spot’ after Stephen Curry suffers broken hand FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailfilipfoto/iStock(SAN FRANCISCO) — A hard fall resulted in a broken left hand for Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry. The incident occurred during Wednesday’s 121-110 loss to the Phoenix Suns, ESPN reports. With 8 minutes, 31 seconds remaining in the third quarter, Curry, 31, collided with Suns player Aron Baynes, who fell on Curry’s hand while trying to take a charge. Curry was slow to get up after the collision, and tried to stay in the game. He was forced to exit the game when he could not take free throws after the foul called on Baynes. Warriors center Willie Cauley-Stein took the free throws for Curry after his exit. Beau Lund Written bylast_img read more

Dutch Minister of Defense Concludes Visit to Islands of St Maarten, Saba and St Eustatius

first_imgMinister of Defence Hans Hillen concluded his visit to the islands of St Maarten, Saba and St Eustatius. He attended a large-scale hurricane response exercise and was brought up to date on the latest developments in the Caribbean and the work and duties of the Navy, Marechaussee and Coast Guard.On St Maarten, Governor Eugene Holiday and Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams expressed their appreciation for the decision to post marine detachments on the island. Hillen emphasised that this would also significantly shorten response times for the provision of assistance to St Eustatius and Saba. The first 6 marines will be posted next year. The entire unit of 26 marines is scheduled to become operational in the course of 2014.The minister praised the work of station ship HNLMS Tromp and the coastguard in fighting drugs-related crime and people smuggling. “While the pirates who were apprehended by the Tromp near Somalia are still being tried in the Netherlands, the ship is already carrying out its next mission in the Caribbean. In doing so, it is the living proof that the armed forces defend our interests and protect our freedom, security and prosperity. Also in this part of our Kingdom[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 13, 2012; Image: Defensie View post tag: Minister View post tag: Concludes View post tag: Dutch View post tag: St. September 13, 2012 View post tag: Defense Authorities View post tag: Eustatiuscenter_img View post tag: Islands Dutch Minister of Defense Concludes Visit to Islands of St Maarten, Saba and St Eustatius View post tag: Maarten View post tag: Saba Back to overview,Home naval-today Dutch Minister of Defense Concludes Visit to Islands of St Maarten, Saba and St Eustatius View post tag: Visit Share this articlelast_img read more

The Girl Next Door

first_imgOdeon The Girl Next Door is the kind of film for which the term fantasy really should be used, although thankfully not a single orc appears. Instead, it depicts a creature far more readily found in the collective imagination of the male contingent of its adolescent target audience, and tells a story almost as implausible as any sword and sorcery epic. This is the kind of fantasy where, whilst most of us spend our teenage years living next door to smelly old crones with lots of cats, one smart but overly-conscientious high school student finds himself sharing a property line with the delicious Danielle ( 24’’s Elisha Cuthbert). As if that weren’t enough good fortune, she adds the cherry on top and falls for him. Alas, it turns out that the word cherry hasn’t been used around young Danielle for quite a while; will her past as a porn starlet ruin everything? The thought that such a thing could be considered potentially ruinous, rather than merely a stroke of very good luck, may be treated with incredulity by many young men out there. There are feelings behind that swiftly-shed basque, however, and it is on the people, rather than the porn, that the film focuses. Director Luke Greenfield does surprisingly well and serves up something that has a little more to it than most high-school movies. The Girl Next Door is cute, funny, warm and well put together, with few pretensions but more than enough coming- of-age wish fulfilment to balance out the inevitable, and often very funny, lashings of teen sex comedy. If the boys in the audience can suspend their disbelief (and envy) regarding the unlikely coupling, and the girls can rein in their jealousy when the camera lingers yet again on Cuthbert, they’ll have almost as much fun as Dick van Dyke auditioning for Chitty Chitty Gang Bang.ARCHIVE: 0th week TT 2004last_img read more

Non Violent Protest to be Held During State Convention

first_img FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare TwitterFacebookcenter_img Non Violent Protest to be Held During State ConventionJUNE 8TH, 2018 TYRONE MORRIS EVANSVILLE, INDIANAIndiana Republicans are gathering in Evansville for the party’s State Convention this weekend at the Ford Center. When they show up for Saturday’s ceremony they will be met with protest. Indivisible Evansville will protest in a peaceful march that’s slated to begin Saturday morning at 9.The group is joining with gun control advocates and they plan to march from the C.K. Newsome Center to the Ford Center, where Republicans are holding the convention.Organizers say their goal is to peacefully advocate for common sense gun control measures.last_img read more

February food sales up 2% in Scotland

first_imgScottish retail sales during February experienced a 0.7% increase in comparison to a 0.6% decline last year, the latest statistics have revealed.The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) and KPMG’s Retail Sales Monitor saw like-for-likes decline by 0.1% during the month, in comparison to February 2012 when they dropped by 1.7%.Total food sales rose by 2% on last February, when they had increased by 3.4%, which is the weakest growth since July 2012, excluding Christmas.David Martin, head of policy at the SRC, said: “This is an encouraging result with February being the third consecutive month of Scottish sales growth and the best three-month average in nearly two years. However, total sales didn’t measure up well against those in January and in real terms were down 0.3%. This reminds us that the economy and trading environment remains fragile.”The gap between Scottish sales growth and that for the UK as a whole widened again in February returning to what has been the norm for around two years. All in all, however, this is a satisfactory showing and should be welcomed with cautious optimism.”David McCorquodale, head of retail, KPMG, said: “February’s performance delivered a third consecutive month of growth for the Scottish retail sector, which will give retailers reasons to feel fairly upbeat as we head into Spring.”Retailers will now be hoping for an even stronger March, buoyed by Mother’s Day and Easter falling in the same month. The hope is that next week’s Budget will deliver a fillip to stimulate consumer spending in the long term, and provide a much needed boost to the sector.”last_img read more

Ten new recipients of student sustainability grants announced

first_imgThe Office for Sustainability has announced the 10 recipients of this year’s 2010-11 Student Sustainability Grant Program. Now in its second year, the annual grant program was developed to inspire and fund creative on-campus projects by undergraduate and graduate students that will directly result in a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts associated with student life at Harvard.From community bike repair stations, improved educational signage, and a sample sustainable dorm room to rainwater capture and composting with worms, this year’s grant projects represent the broad range of sustainability-centered actions that students are taking across campus. Chosen by the grant committee based on energy and resource savings, as well as innovation, creativity, and replicability, this year’s round of projects will demonstrate how thinking sustainably can reduce energy usage, engage the University-wide community, and help Harvard meet our Greenhouse Gas Reduction goal of 30% by 2016.“We are absolutely thrilled to have this opportunity,” said Annie Baldwin ’13, who is part of a team of students who will use grant funding to set up a pilot vermiculture program in Thayer Hall. “The Bookworms Feed Real Worms Project not only has a chance to bring a new sustainable measure to reduce food waste in freshman dorms, but will also bring freshmen the opportunity to continue vermiculture composting throughout the rest of their tenure at Harvard, and beyond.”Learn more about this year’s projects here. Don’t forget to visit the Office for Sustainability’s website often as we update it with case studies from 2010 grant recipients and progress reports from our 2011 grant recipients!last_img read more

A look at CRISPR’s new tricks

first_img Read Full Story David Liu presents two CRISPR upgrades: A cellular detective and sharper scissorsDavid Liu earned the title “Gene Corrector” for good reason. A professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard University and core institute member of the Broad, Liu is also a pioneer of CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology.In recent years, Liu has earned recognition for major advances in CRISPR’s versatility and accuracy. In 2016, he and postdoc Alexis Komer reported CRISPR’s first base editor, a technique that makes single-letter changes in the genome. Already in use in wheat, zebrafish and mice, the tool helps treat genetic diseases, grow climate-resilient crops, and develop designer materials, foods, and drugs.Now, in back-to-back papers, Liu presents two new CRISPR upgrades. The first, published in Science online, debuts CAMERA, a cellular “black box.” The second, published in Nature, unveils xCas9, a gene-editor that improves aspects of the ubiquitous SpCas9.Cellular Detectives: CAMERA 1 and 2A good doctor, presented with an inconclusive case, chases diagnostic clues in a patient’s environment, family medical history, and more. Cell biologists, likewise, have pursued methods to record moments in a cell’s life in order to understand its future.Armed with a log of intimate cellular data, researchers could unravel how cells transition from stem to muscle, neuron, and other cell types or from normal, healthy cells to cancer. This, in turn, could lead to greater understanding of disease progression and aging.Now, Liu and postdoc Weixin Tang have enlisted CRISPR to assist. Their “CRISPR-mediated analog multievent recording apparatus (CAMERA) systems” harness the prolific Cas9 protein to record cellular data on DNA. The tools capture “multiple stimuli in bacteria or mammalian cells, including exposure to antibiotics, nutrients, viruses, light, and changes in Wnt signaling.” This last—Wnt signaling—figures in both embryo and cancer development.So, in the future, a good doctor might be able to review our cellular histories to provide accurate predictions about our future health. But, Liu cautions, such individualized treatment may be years or decades away.An improved Cas9Despite a wealth of recent advances and publicity, CRISPR remains imperfect.The most popular CRISPR enzyme (spCas9) relies on specific DNA markers to pinpoint where to cut or edit. It scans the genome for familiar stretches of DNA but can recognize only 1 in 16 sites.Because of its restricted range, spCas9 cannot reach a number of genes associated with human disease. And, it can confuse similar DNA stretches, resulting in risky “off-target” edits.But now, Liu has engineered a modified version of the CRISPR-Cas9 enzyme. Named extended-PAM Cas9s or xCas9s, his laboratory-produced enzymes are both more versatile and precise. They accept more DNA sites — at least 1 in 4 — and result in far fewer “off-target” edits. So, even though xCas9 can target more genes, it’s more discriminating than its predecessor.“The study thus demonstrates,” Liu notes, “that laboratory evolution can be used to address one of the biggest limitations facing the use of nature’s SpCas9 … without sacrificing, and indeed while improving, DNA specificity.”last_img read more

Committee co-chairs explain proposed changes to Core Curriculum

first_imgThe theology and philosophy requirementsAlongside the committee’s various recommendations, one element of the core that would experience little modification is the requirement for students to take two courses in theology and two in philosophy. Following the committee’s proposed curriculum, students would still have to take two courses in each, although they could substitute a “Catholicism and the Disciplines” course for their second philosophy course.According to the report, the reason for the continuity is that “as central threads in the Catholic intellectual tradition, theology and philosophy have played and should continue to play a central role in Notre Dame’s core curriculum.”However, Hildreth said, in the new curriculum, students with previous coursework in theology may have the opportunity to take a more advanced first theology course than the standard “Foundations of Theology.”“Frankly, if someone comes to Notre Dame after spending 12 years in Catholic school, maybe they know some theology, and it’s possible that they should be allowed to branch out early into other areas of theology that they may not have had an opportunity to experience yet,” Hildreth said. “ … We’re certainly not advocating that they be able to place out of a theology course — we still feel that two theology courses are an important part of the curriculum — but maybe they should be given a little additional flexibility.” Ongoing discussionMarie Blakey, executive director of academic communications and a staff member of the review committee, said moving forward, the committee hopes to engage with the University’s different colleges and departments, as well as individual faculty and students, in a campus-wide discussion concerning the proposed changes.“Every single regular faculty member got an email on [Nov. 30] inviting them to look at the site, download the report and respond individually,” Blakey said. “ … There’s meetings not only with college groups but some departments who are particularly affected by the curriculum, like the math department or the social science department chairs. And then, I think, we’re also just deciding, based on where the questions go, what kind of additional responsive activities we might [have].”Hildreth said the report will undergo certain revisions before the committee presents it formally to the Faculty Senate and Academic Council, and ultimately Jenkins. He said already the committee is planning to make several modifications for the sake of clarity and hopes to receive constructive feedback. “ … We’re hoping we can move forward with this and get it approved. But it’s time for constructive dialogue. We’re not going to ram this through anything. We’re expecting to take the rest of the academic year for discussion.”According to the report, the committee plans to present its final report to faculty and administration in the fall of 2016. For more information on the committee’s recommendations, visit http://curriculumreview.nd.edu or download the report at http://curriculumreview.nd.edu/assets/183212/university_of_notre_dame_core_curriculum_review_committee_november_2105_draft_report.pdfTags: Core Curriculum, Core Curriculum Review, Decennial Core Curriculum Review Committee Future students of Notre Dame may be facing a different set of requirements for graduation than those currently taken by undergraduates under the University’s core curriculum.The Core Curriculum Review Committee — charged by University President Fr. John Jenkins and Provost Thomas Burish in an Aug. 2014 letter to the faculty “to lead the process of reviewing [University] requirements and deliberating on possible changes to the curriculum” — released a draft report on Nov. 30 containing a series of recommendations for changes to the core curriculum.Susan Zhu | The Observer Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and co-chair of the review committee John McGreevy said the recommendations of the committee are “the most significant recommendations for change since 1970.”“I think it would be really hard to look at this document and think of it as revolutionary, but we’re not used to any change, and so even a little bit of change takes getting used to,” he said.Some of the more notable recommendations of the report include a reduction in the total number of course requirements from 12 to 11 — not including the Moreau First-Year Experience course — and a new option for students to choose between several categories when fulfilling certain requirements. For example, whereas current undergraduates must all take one course each in history, social science and fine arts or literature, if the University decides to adopt the recommendations of the committee, in the future, students will select three courses from among the five categories of “aesthetic analysis,” “social sciences inquiry,” “historical analysis,” “advanced language and culture” and “integration.”Aesthetic analysis, social sciences inquiry and historical analysis roughly correspond to the current requirements in fine art or literature, social sciences and history, while advanced language and culture and integration are new additions.Michael Hildreth, professor of physics and the other co-chair of the committee, said the committee’s proposed curriculum would offer greater flexibility to students while still remaining true to the ideals of a liberal arts education.“Part of the core is really based on the traditional, classical, medieval core of the liberal arts. And so that still forms the base of our thinking for how you would organize a curriculum,” he said. Reasoning behind the recommendationsAddressing the rationale for the recommended changes, McGreevy said besides providing students with increased flexibility, the committee wanted “to give students some new experiences” — particularly with the addition of the integration course, a team-taught course spanning two or more disciplines.Moreover, he said, the proposed changes reflect the committee’s desire to respond to concerns raised by students within designated focus groups.“We heard in the student focus groups a lot of interest in team-taught, multidisciplinary courses on a big picture question or enduring question in the past. … In a way, those courses won’t happen unless there’s some incentive for students to take them as part of their core requirements,” McGreevy said.Hildreth also explained the committee’s proposal to eliminate AP scores as a way to test out of University requirements, saying, “If you take it to its logical conclusion, if you allow some AP, then there’s no reason not to allow all AP. And then we would have students who could AP out of everything. And then there is no core curriculum anymore.” The “ways of knowing” approachHildreth said one regard in which the proposed changes would increase flexibility is through the new “ways of knowing” approach endorsed by the committee in the report. According to the report, the committee envisions nine distinct ways of knowing — quantitative analysis, scientific and technical analysis, aesthetic analysis, historical analysis, social science inquiry, advanced language and culture, integration, theology and philosophy. Students must take classes that fall under at least seven of the nine “ways of knowing.”“Each of these [ways of knowing] represents an important modality for approaching, analyzing and understanding different aspects of our lives and our world,” the report states. “ … These different ways of knowing are often aligned with traditional academic disciplines. It is implicit, however, in a ‘ways of knowing’ approach that a given discipline may not be the sole vehicle for understanding a particular mode of thought.”The new approach would increase flexibility, Hildreth said because students would be able to select from a more diverse set of offerings, potentially from several disciplines, when signing up for a course to fulfill a certain requirement.last_img read more

Brazil and Paraguay Expand Military Cooperation

first_imgOne of the cooperation efforts with neighboring countries is Operation Ágata, which was launched in 2011 and under which Brazilian security forces conduct joint actions along the Brazil’s entire southern border with Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina to combat crime and provide medical and social assistance. Military cooperation between Brazil and Paraguay also involves the donation of aircraft and tactical vehicles to Paraguay to expand its defense resources. Military cooperation The new agreement will make it possible for the countries’ governments to meet more frequently. Maj. Gen. Santos confirmed that Brazil and Paraguay are in discussions to determine how often those meetings should be held, under the 2+2 Mechanism and for bilateral meetings, in addition to defining whether the meetings will be at the ministerial level or carried out by working groups. “The goals of the 2+2 Mechanism are essentially to debate, analyze, and share experiences about the subjects established in the convention,” explained Air Force Major General Jair Gomes da Costa Santos, Deputy Chief of Policy and Strategy for the Brazilian Ministry of Defense. “The agreement’s goal is to understand the other parties political-strategic positions, establish common understandings, open possibilities for cooperation, and thereby forge bonds of friendship.” “Lastly, there was a proposal for increased involvement by Paraguayan Armed Forces observers in exercises near the border, with a view of increasing the transparency of these operations, as well as the possibility to conduct joint operations [between the two countries] or, even conduct simultaneous operations,” Maj. Gen. Santos said. “That would reduce the chances of an incident occurring on the border during such operations.” By Dialogo May 03, 2016 “It isn’t just with Paraguay; it’s with other South American countries, too,” Maj. Gen. Santos said. “All of us have certain problems in common, to a greater or lesser degree, and we must find shared solutions to them. It is well worth remembering that Brazil’s foreign policy in South America includes regional integration, which by itself demands action in terms of partnerships. Difficulties in fighting crimes committed along the borders don’t only affect questions of public security; they also affect the economy. With Paraguay, specifically, we must keep in mind that there are Brazilians who are members of Paraguayan society, who farm the land in that country and, therefore, contribute to our neighbor’s economy, so this is also a topic of interest to Brazil.” The countries worked together to ensure the safety of Pope Francis during his visit to Paraguay last June. Brazil’s First Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Battalion coordinated with the Paraguayan National Commission for the Biological Emergency Prevention and Response to prevent potential terrorist attacks against the pope or the public, even during an open-air mass for millions during the last day of his visit in Paraguay. Maj. Gen. Santos expects to send to the Paraguayan legislature the “Fourth Brazil-Paraguay Agreement on Defense Matters,” which will open additional opportunities for cooperation and has already been ratified by Brazil. Brazil and Paraguay have extended their Military cooperation until 2021 in the form that it currently exists, which includes the involvement of all of branches of the Armed Forces’ branches. Maj. Gen. Santos said that the agreement was supposed to be renewed in October, but the countries decided to execute an early extension which calls for the continuation for instructional missions, technical support, joint or simultaneous operations and exercises on the border, and classroom and practical training, among other actions. center_img Brazil and Paraguay have a long history of cooperation in security, as their current Military partnership succeeded the previous Brazilian Military Instructional Mission in Paraguay, which expired in 1994. Paraguay is a critical partner for Brazil in South America. The two countries share 1,339 kilometers of border – the fourth longest of Brazil’s borders – and face mutual threats, such as drug trafficking. Brazil and Paraguay signed the “2+2 Mechanism for Policy Consultation and Strategic Evaluations,” an agreement that expands their relationship in foreign policy, defense, and security, during a meeting in Asunción on April 4th. Brazilian Defense Minister Aldo Rebelo and Foreign Relations Minister Mauro Vieira, and Paraguayan Defense Minister Diógenes Martínez and Foreign Relations Minister Eladio Loizaga also extended the Military Cooperation Agreement, which was initially signed in 1995, for five years. In 2010, Brazil delivered three Tucano-27 aircraft to Paraguay from Embraer, a Brazilian aircraft manufacturer. The donation occurred five years after the Brazilian Air Force gave six aircraft of that model to Paraguay. In June 2015, the Brazilian Army delivered to Paraguay 20 Mercedes Benz model 1418 trucks under the Military Cooperation Agreement. Operation Ágata Under the agreement, Brazil raises the current level of its Navy’s involvement in Paraguay to a Naval Mission. Maj Gen. Santos said this step, in addition to representing Brazil’s increased support for Naval matters, indicates Brazil has placed a great importance on the defense relationship it has with its South American neighbor. The agreement also states the countries will work together to learn how Brazil can share information regarding its border movements, especially those extracted from the Brazilian Border Monitoring System, which uses radar, communication systems, and unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor Brazil’s borders. Brazil has also committed to sharing information on air traffic between the two countries, which will facilitate actions by Paraguayan security forces. “This is a framework for cooperation and exchanges of information between Brazil and Paraguay,” Minister Eladio Loizaga said during the signing of the agreements. “We are certain that these negotiations will yield results that will benefit both countries, and especially our citizens in border regions, where the integration process will actually occur – more so than in our respective capitals.” “Rather than an audit in terms of an accounting for this period of military cooperation, I think that it is more important to say that the agreement allowed for several exchange actions, and instructional activities involving service members from both countries, among other activities we conducted,” he added. “It is worth highlighting that Brazil currently maintains an Army mission and an Air Force mission in [Paraguay] that play an important role for our counterparts in Paraguay.”last_img read more

Operation Green Brazil 2 Fights More than 7,500 Fire Outbreaks in the Amazon

first_imgBy Taciana Moury/Diálogo December 17, 2020 The Brazilian government extended through April 30, 2021 Operation Green Brazil 2, which prevents and counters environmental crimes in the Amazon region. The Ministry of Defense (MD, in Portuguese) coordinates the initiative by deploying members of the Armed Forces and Public Safety and Environmental Protection agencies.Green Brazil 2, launched in May 2020, fights fire outbreaks, deforestation, and illegal mining. The 5 million kilometer region, known as the Legal Amazon, includes the states of Acre, Amapá, Amazonas, Mato Grosso, Pará, Rondônia, Roraima, Tocantins, and parts of Maranhão.Some 178,000 cubic meters of illegal lumber were seized since the operation began. (Photo: Brazilian Ministry of Defense)To date, the operation has deployed some 3,400 service members and 300 agents from partner institutions, who have used 160 vehicles, 42 vessels, two ships, and 11 aircraft. According to the MD, the number of service members may be increased if necessary.ResultsService members and agents have been operating for over six months and have carried out 52,000 inspections, maritime and land patrols, including highway roadblocks and surveillance. To date, close to 100,000 hectares of land were interdicted.According to MD, the fines and terms of infractions imposed are greater than $350 million. “This amount is seven times more than the amount invested in the operation itself,” according to the MD’s official website.Brazilian Navy ships during a patrol. Operation Green Brazil 2 has already deployed 42 vessels, two ships, 160 vehicles, and 11 aircraft. (Photo: Brazilian Ministry of Defense)Since its inception, the operation fought more than 7,500 fire outbreaks; carried out more than 183 arrests on the scene of a crime; seized 178,000 cubic meters of illegal lumber, 26,300 arms and ammunition, and 390 kilograms of drugs. Safety and Environmental Protection agencies conducted more than 1,200 logistics support operations and seized 36,774 liters of fuel.“There is flawless integration between the Armed Forces and all organizations and partner agencies in activities carried out throughout the Legal Amazon,” said Brazilian Army Major General José Eduardo Leal de Oliveira, deputy chief of MD Operations. The significant results achieved until now are due to this integration. During the operations, remote sensing mechanisms such as satellites, radars, and aerial surveys are used to select the regions that will be targeted for a mission.According to the MD, the performance of service members in Operation Green Brazil 2 has made it possible to expand the State’s presence in the Amazon region. The logistics of the Armed Forces, with the use of helicopters, aircraft, ships, vessels, vehicles, and the establishment of advanced support bases, have enhanced and facilitated the work of environmental agents, allowing for a more effective surveillance and protection of the Legal Amazon.last_img read more