Rabat – The government will make all written parliamentary information requests, as well as their answers, available to the public, a government spokesperson told the House of Councillors Tuesday.Written questions are frequently used by members of parliament to acquire information regarding actions taken by government ministers, including data which can not be obtained by oral questions.Mustapha El Khalfi, the Deputy Minister to the Head of Goverment for Relations with Parliament, said that the government will make the questions and answer available in order to ensure that Moroccans are aware of all information concerning the parliament’s proceedings. He also stressed that this will not be an easy feat. The measure will enable citizens to keep tabs on their representatives in the two houses and assess their activities, holding their legislators accountable on all issues.This new service will put into action some of the most important constitutional requirements, including the right to access information and transparency.
TORONTO — Air Canada says it has cancelled a scheduled flight from Toronto to Tel Aviv Tuesday night following reports of a rocket explosion near the Israeli city’s airport.The announcement came shortly after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration prohibited U.S. airlines from flying to Tel Aviv for 24 hours.Several European airlines have also cancelled their flights, some of them for the next 36 hours.An Air Canada spokeswoman says the airline will continue to evaluate the situation and provide updates as needed.Israeli police confirmed that a rocket from Gaza landed in an area near Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport, saying the rocket landing was the closest to the airport since fighting began on July 8.Israel’s Transportation Ministry called on the airlines to reverse their decision and said it was trying to explain that the airport was “safe for landings and departures.”
Companies in this story: (TSX:WJA)The Canadian Press OTTAWA — Canada’s transportation watchdog is launching an inquiry into how WestJet Airlines Ltd. handles its passengers during schedule changes after an incident last month saw travellers bumped without compensation.The Canadian Transportation Agency says the probe into WestJet’s tariff — its contract with customers — follows a complaint after a Canadian couple en route to Italy were bumped from their flight out of Edmonton.According to media reports, WestJet told the pair they were not entitled to compensation because the incident amounted to a “flight delay” rather than a “denial of boarding.”Under Canada’s passenger bill of rights — partially implemented on July 15, a week before the flight — airlines have no obligation to pay customers for delays or cancellations considered out of its control. Delays within its control many not require compensation until Dec. 15, when the second phase of regulations comes into force.Passenger rights advocate Gabor Lukacs says the incident underscores loopholes in the new rights regime — maybe more so than WestJet’s tariff — adding that it is unfortunate it took a media report to prompt the inquiry.The agency says it has directed WestJet to provide information and will decide on next steps after it is received.
Through his lawyers, Mr Worthington had supported the second hearing, but when his moment in court came, he refused to answer 252 questions in case might incriminate him. Poppi’s mother said last night that she was “disappointed” that he refused to give “crucial evidence”. Show more Recording a narrative verdict with the case of death as asphyxia caused by “unsafe sleeping conditions”, Mr Roberts said that at some time after 2.30am, Poppi was taken from her cot into the double bed, where she was assaulted. He said the verdict of unlawful killing was not available to him, as he would need to be satisfied beyond all reasonable doubt that she had died as a result of murder or manslaughter, and he had concluded the abuse did not kill her. Poppi was failed by authorities almost from the moment police were informed of her death. Officers did not secure the scene and allowed vital evidence, including her nappy, to be thrown away. Mr Woodcock said: “That little girl will probably never get justice because of grotesque failings into the police investigation into her death but we owe it to her to campaign for a public inquiry.”Because the CPS has already re-examined the case twice, Mr Woodcock said he had “little optimism” for criminal charges, but added: “If there are people who think there is a serious chance of being able to get a conviction on the evidence available, then no stone should be left unturned.”Yvette Cooper, Labour chairman of the home affairs select committee, said yesterday: “This is a deeply disturbing and distressing case. Poppi Worthington and her mother have been completely failed by the system. We need a full investigation into how this has gone so badly wrong.”The coroner, who had pointed out that Mr Worthington was the only person who knew what had happened in those final hours, said that his accounts “do not stand up to scrutiny”.David Roberts heard evidence from more than 40 witnesses after he applied to the High Court to quash an original inquest, held in 2014, which lasted seven minutes and was shrouded in secrecy. Click here to read about an official report that found a total lack of “professional curiosity” by health workers regarding the troubled family background of Poppi Worthington meant vital questions which might have prevented her death were never asked. Paul Worthington, Poppi’s father, arriving for last year’s inquest in CumbriaCredit:Richard Rayner /NNP Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Paul Worthington, who denies any wrongdoing, refused to answer any questions about his daughter Poppi’s final moments at an inquest into her deathCredit:Peter Byrne/PA John Woodcock, the Labour MP for Barrow-in-Furness, where Poppi was living at the time of her death, yesterday wrote to the Home Secretary calling for a public inquiry. Court artist sketch of Paul Worthington during the inquest at Kendal County Hall Credit:Elizabeth Cook /PA Mr Worthington has consistently denied any wrongdoing.A CPS spokesman said: “We are aware of today’s verdict. There are no plans to review our charging decisions in relation to this case, but we would of course consider any referral from the coroner.”Timeline: Toddler’s death that triggered long-running legal case Despite a pathologist raising concerns that she had been sexually assaulted, a criminal investigation was not opened for eight months, meaning that no witnesses were formally interviewed. Nazir Afzal, who decided not to charge Mr Worthington in 2015 as head of the CPS for the North West, said at the weekend that police failures prevented a trial.Poppi was buried after her body was released by the coroner in February 2013, despite the full inquest not having concluded, meaning her cause of death was never formally established. The mother of Poppi Worthington last night pleaded with prosecutors to re-examine the death of her 13-month-old daughter after a coroner ruled that the girl was sexually assaulted by her father in her final hours.After a five-year fight for answers, the coroner ruled that Paul Worthington had assaulted her before she was found dead. It is the first time that the cause of Poppi’s death in December 2012 has been fully examined.The Crown Prosecution Service has refused to bring criminal charges because a series of police failings means there is a lack of evidence.After the verdict, Poppi’s mother, who cannot be named, said that the “past five years have been a complete nightmare” and she was “relieved that despite there being some gaps, she is now closer to the truth, even though that truth is devastating”.“Not knowing what happened to Poppi on that day, and knowing that there were evidence-gathering failures by the police in the very early stages of the investigation, has made things even worse,” her lawyer Fiona McGhie said.She added that this was the third time, including two fact-finding hearings by a judge, that a court had found that Poppi had been abused. “My client hopes that the CPS will take another look at this case,” Ms McGhie said.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Police in Tower Hamlets are dealing after a woman was injured by falling debris. Officers were called at 9.38am. A woman has apparently been struck by debris falling from a building site crane.”London Ambulance Service attended and the woman was taken to an east London hospital in a critical condition. Her next of kin have been informed.”The London Ambulance Service attended and the woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.A spokesman said: “We sent a number of resources to the scene including an incident response officer, a motorcycle responder, two single responders in cars and two ambulance crews. We also dispatched London’s Air Ambulance by car.”We treated a woman at the scene for serious injuries and took her as a priority to a major trauma centre. We also took a second person to hospital.” Bow Corner is a new development of 19 one, two and three-bedroom apartments that are under construction.One beds start from £435,000, two beds from £545,000 and three beds from £650,000.Steve Boreham, construction director of Higgins Homes, said in a statement: “Our primary thoughts and concerns are with the lady who has been injured and those affected today. The bricks are believed to have fallen from a pallet on a crane above the new Bow Corner developmentCredit:Aladdin Rahman/Triangle News Police officers from Tower Hamlets were called to the scene, in Burdett Road at the junction with St Paul’s Way, at 9.38am. Bow Corner will be a development of 19 apartments. File pictureCredit:Google Street View (September 2017) “We are working with the Health and Safety Executive who are investigating the incident to determine the cause and will release more information as soon as it’s available. Our priority at the moment is of course to make the area safe.” pallet a brick fell from a crane on a building site hit a young lady— Moosley76 (@Moosley76) March 27, 2018 One witness, Aladdin Rahman, said: “My friend who’s a bus driver and was driving a bus at the time it happened, said that some bricks had fallen on the woman.”Several people were trying to get to the lady and so were the construction workers.”It was a hectic scene at the time.”Another said on Twitter that a “pallet of bricks” had fallen from a crane and hit the woman. A woman is fighting for her life after being hit by bricks that reportedly fell from a building site crane.The Health and Safety Executive is investigating after the victim was crushed as she walked past the new development of luxury flats in east London on Tuesday morning.Debris could be seen scattered around the woman as she lay on the pavement with bystanders giving her first aid.Police were called to the scene in Mile End at about 9.30am along with paramedics, who took the woman to hospital in a critical condition. Her relatives have been told and a second person was also taken to hospital for more minor injuries.The incident happened as the woman walked along a pavement next to Bow Corner, a new development of apartments costing up to £650,000.
THE THIRD TRANCHE of reviews of safeguarding practice across the Catholic Church in Ireland were released today, showing steady progress has been made in the area of child protection.The audits covered six dioceses – Clogher, Elphin, Ferns, Galway, Kimacduagh and Kilfenora, Killala and Waterford – as well as the Society of African Missions.A total of 248 allegations, relating to 106 priests were examined.So far, 20 Church authorities have been reviewed by the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland (NBSCCCI).CEO Ian Elliot said it was gratifying to report “clear evidence of steady progress in developing robust safeguarding structures”. He noted that there was “significant improvement” on past performance.He thanked the “army of volunteers” who give their time to support child protection practices across Church authorities.“There efforts have been nothing short of heroic,” he said.Survivor advocacy group One in Four welcomed today’s publications, stating the audits “tell a positive story”.“A new culture of prioritising the safety of children is apparent,” the group said in a statement. “While the Dioceses of Clogher was severely criticised for past practices, it was noted that the new bishop has actively implemented many positive changes. It is also heartening to see that the one congregation audited, the Society of Missionaries in Africa, have a model system in place.”However, executive director Maeve Lewis asked for a “clearer explanation” as to why priests against whom allegations have been made are still in ministry in some dioceses.She also called for the fast-tracking of Children First legislation and the establishment of the new Child and Family Support Agency.Lewis was also critical of the board for not giving advance warning to support agencies about the publication of the audits and they “retrigger painful memories” for survivors.“The needs of the survivors have been completely overlooked,” she said.Audits are due to be carried out by 188 church authorities in ministry in Ireland. However, some of the authorities are small and membership skewed towards older people and not children. The NBSCCCI hopes to finish the overall task in within two years. The focus of the reports is not to provide a detailed analysis of what happened in the past but to scrutinise the child protection policies as they are today.The first tranche of reviews, released in November 2011 detailed more than 160 allegations of abuse by about 85 different priests. The second tranche, which included three religious orders, dealt with 378 allegations relating to 146 individuals.More: ‘Unacceptable delays and unsatisfactory responses’ to abuse concerns in ClogherRead: Abuse allegations against three active priests in Galway dioceseMore: ‘Significant developments’ in child safeguarding in Diocese of Ferns
Share213 Tweet Email1 Ronan Kelly and Sinéad Mooney will take over and alternate as Playback’s producer-presenters from next week.In her signed off on today’s episode of Playback, Richardson said:“Well whether it’s winter time, or summer time, it’s time to go time, and I never even mentioned Brexit,” asking listeners to stay tuned in for Richard Curran’s The Business, which airs straight after Playback at 10am. Public service broadcast journalism at its best, and it was often at its best, is a glorious thing. So thank you for listening. “Go raibh maith agaibh as bhur gcomhluadar, go dtí an cheád uair eile, go dté sibh slán.” As for me, I’m leaving RTÉ next Thursday, 40 of the most fulfilling years of my life were spent here working as a broadcast journalist across radio and television. How I’ll miss this great vivacious voice, a true broadcasting legend & icon for #womeninmedia Best of luck with the next chapter Marian Richardson – a radio legend bids farewell https://t.co/zSDT77P9KM— Dearbhail McDonald (@DearbhailDibs) March 9, 2019 34 Comments Short URL ‘A true broadcasting legend’: Marian Richardson bids farewell to RTÉ “Go raibh maith agaibh as bhur gcomhluadar, go dtí an cheád uair eile, go dté sibh slán.” The amazing #MarianRichardson @mariansaskia broadcasts her final #Playback on @RTERadio1 this morning. One of the great voices on the airwaves, smart, insightful, thoughtful and funny, she will be hugely missed.— Galway Int Arts Fest (@GalwayIntArts) March 9, 2019 Saturday 9 Mar 2019, 4:55 PM Source: Liam Geraghty/Twitter Mar 9th 2019, 4:55 PM By Gráinne Ní Aodha https://jrnl.ie/4532433 Listening to the great Marian Richardson hosting her final edition of Playback. There was always a thrill when Marian played a clip of your work on her show. 📻 https://t.co/Uj7AHasHsg— Liam Geraghty (@Liam_Geraghty) March 9, 2019 RTE reporter Marian Richardson interviews Progressive Democrats member Pat Cox (July, 1989). Source: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall IrelandRTÉ BROADCAST JOURNALIST Marian Richardson has signed off on her last episode of Playback today, ahead of her departure from RTÉ next Thursday.Richardson has presented Bosco, worked on Morning Ireland and the News at One, and spent time as the producer of Today with Pat Kenny and Drivetime.A huge number of people shared their praise of the broadcaster on Twitter after Richardson’s last edition of Playback was aired today. Among those who praised her were her colleagues from RTÉ: presenters Mary Wilson and Rachael English; and reporters Liam Geraghty and Juliette Gash. Source: Galway Int Arts Fest/Twitter Source: Dearbhail McDonald/Twitter 79,641 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Despite the huge number of rumour going around lately for a transfer of John Stones outside of Manchester City, the club is reportedly happy with his progress and have no intention of selling him so far.Stones suffered a major setback in the beginning of the second half of the season – he suffered an injury and was highly limited when it comes to field appearances. Due to the hamstring problems, he also lost his first-team spot. However, Guardiola and co. don’t mind when it comes to Stones as they are really satisfied with his progress and achievements and have no desire of selling him, according to Belfast Telegraph.Report: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…Stones came from Everton for almost 50 million pounds two years ago and has so far proved to be worth the hefty fee, even though he was not among the regulars on the field after the injury in November. He also had knee and concussion problems, as well as abductor strain.“Hopefully he can play the last games and get to the World Cup. I think he will be fine,” Guardiola shared on Stones’ physical health.
Dan Plante Diplomats from around the world tour the border wall in San Diego Monday, more than 35 Diplomats from around the world toured the border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.@DanPlanteKUSI was there to follow & share a brief history lesson of three different types of wall that have been built along the borderFull Story: https://t.co/9M1cvYS7qa pic.twitter.com/zQ7aMwJze6— KUSI News (@KUSINews) June 18, 2019 Dan Plante, Posted: June 17, 2019 June 17, 2019 Updated: 8:29 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOTAY MESA (KUSI) – They came to the San Diego border from 20-different nations with 20 different immigration systems. While each nation has some kind of policy, the policy of Rwanda is open borders.“We don’t have any visas or anything like that. Our country is peaceful now and we let anyone in,” says the Ambassador of Rwanda.Just 25 years ago, Rwanda was waging civil war where almost one-million people were killed because of their religion.“Our country is peaceful now,” says Mathilde Mukantabana of Rwanda.On the other hand, the Ambassador from Latvia says things are similar to the United States.“Oh yeah, we have walls, drones and cameras, sensors and people on the ground, just like most countries around the world,” says Hans Liss of Latvia.His nation shares a border with Russia, which is where most of the migration happens.During their very brief tour of the San Diego border with Mexico, they saw a lot of developments.In a place that once had no fence at all, now has two layers. The primary fence is 18 feet high, the secondary fence is 30-feet high and both are see through.At one point along the border, there are four different fence styles, including the old scrap metal left over from the Viet Nam War.This international tour was sponsored by the US State Department as a way to bring reality to the images and stories they have heard of television for the past two years.Monday they took a tour and KUSI’s Dan Plante was there with the 35 diplomats getting the details. Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News Tags: Immigration FacebookTwitter
Insitu Pacific, the Australia-based subsidiary of Bingen-based Insitu Inc., announced Thursday it has extended and expanded its existing contract with the Australian Army to include the use of its ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system for trials with the Royal Australian Navy. ScanEagle will be installed on a number of Royal Australian Navy vessels, with a flight trial scheduled for September, the company said in a statement today. Insitu says its unmanned aircraft have accumulated nearly 25,000 shipboard flight hours on navy ships worldwide.
*This piece has been re-written in English by Nusrat Nowrin. File photo of British diplomat Anwar Choudhury. The British foreign office in Cayman Islands suddenly recalled him following unspecified allegations.Bangladeshi-born British diplomat Anwar Choudhury was recalled to London from his Cayman Islands governorship on Wednesday. The diplomat’s family is still staying in the Caymans, one of Britain’s 14 overseas territories.Anwar Choudhury, the first Bangladeshi-born British diplomat, was appointed as the Cayman Islands governor on 26 March. The British government has said several allegations against Anwar Choudhury are being investigated. The probes will take four to six weeks to end. Whether he would be back to his governorship depends on the result of the scrutiny.The authorities concerned have not elaborated the allegations or issues in the last five days.Anwar Choudhury joined in the Royal Navy in 1985 as an engineering strategist. He was the British high commissioner for Bangladesh in 2004. He was among the first two non-white high commissioners in Britain.While serving in Bangladesh, Anwar was injured in a grenade attack in the Shah Jalal mazar (shrine) compound. The attack left three dead along with 40 wounded including Choudhury.Mufti Hannan, leader of Harkat-ul-Jihad, and two other militants, were given death sentences for this incident and hanged in 2017.Anwar was in Bangladesh till 2008. He then became director of the international institute under the Foreign and Commonwealth Office till 2011. He was made the high commissioner in Peru during 2013 and before fulfilling his term there, was elected as the Cayman governor.The Cayman Islands governor acts as a mediator between the British government and local administration. The territory is one of the tax havens of the world.The British government recently passed an act to prevent the evasion of tax in its overseas territories to expose the ownership of the registered companies there.The act generated fear across the region of financial loss as the companies might transfer to secretive places.The Cayman Islands’ elected premier, Alden McLaughlin, has been negotiating on the matter with the British government. In this backdrop, over the withdrawal of Anwar, the premier said to the Gurdian that it was “unforeseen and unfortunate”.Anwar Choudhury created a stir in last three months after being elected as the governor. He gave several interviews to the local media and promised to relax the strict bureaucracy in the region.Anwar’s deputy has been appointed as the governor in his absence.
With a crucial court hearing just weeks away, the Texas House is taking up a measure aimed at addressing concerns about the voter ID law that legislators passed in 2011.Last year, the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Texas lawmakers discriminated against minority voters by enacting one of the nation’s strictest voter identification laws. In April, a federal judge ruled that the state discriminated on purpose, raising the possibility that she might invoke a section of the Voting Rights Act and put Texas back under federal election oversight. A status conference in the case is scheduled for June 7.State Sen. Joan Huffman, R-Houston, has authored Senate Bill 5, which would soften current voter ID rules. The Texas House is taking up SB 5 on Tuesday. The measure cleared the Senate in March, and Gov. Greg Abbott recently declared the issue an “emergency,” a formal designation that helps push the House to hear the take up the measure sooner.SB 5 would add options for Texas voters who say they cannot “reasonably” obtain one of seven forms of ID currently required at the polls. But it would also create harsh criminal penalties for those who falsely claim they need to choose from the expanded list of options. Share
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Property management companies tend to throw some pretty thick rental agreements at their tenants. One company in Salt Lake City figured forcing residents to friend it on Facebook was a good move.City Park Apartments delivered a lease addendum to its residents last week. The big change: tenants were being ordered to friend — not just like — City Park on Facebook. There was an ultimatum, too: give City Park the thumbs up within five days or you’d be found in breach of your rental agreement.Some people have no problem doing something like this. They have a thousand friends on Facebook and don’t see the harm in adding their apartment management company in there next to Katy Perry and Pepsi. For others, however, it’s a huge privacy and free speech problem, and those tenants weren’t afraid to stir things up on Facebook.The Facebook addendum blew up in City Park’s face, and they’ve since backpedaled. Management issued a “clarification.” In it, they state that their original intent was to “serve as protection both to our community and to our valued residents.” Specifically, they wanted to protect folks when pictures taken at gatherings were posted on the Facebook page.It went on to state that no resident was being forced to sign the addendum and that it definitely wasn’t a condition of tenancy — despite that whole five-day breach threat and this wording in the first paragraph: “It is intended to be a part of the lease agreement between the parties for the leasing a residential rental unit.”Yeah. Pretty easy to see how someone could misconstrue that.
Google Fit Now Tracks Sleep, Adds Dark ModeStudy: Nighttime Smartphone Gazing Probably Won’t Disturb Internal Clock Stay on target Sleep, it’s just great. It’s all the benefits of dying with none of the drawbacks. And it can even make you feel good to be alive again. With the right attitude, people can sleep anywhere. In the car, on a pile of rocks, standing up. But the only thing better than sleep is great sleep. And that’s why there’s a surprisingly large subset of the tech industry dedicated to giving you the best slumber possible.Over the past few Consumer Electronics Shows we’ve seen all sorts of high-tech beds full of special memory foams and sleep numbers and complementary masks. But one recent piece of sleep innovation really woke us up because it cuts right to the heart of what prevents so many people from getting a good night’s rest. The new Slumberdown pillow promises to reduce your snoring.AdChoices广告The Anti-Snore pillow comes from Slumberdown, a sub-brand of global discount supermarket chain Aldi, and is available for pre-order for just £4.99 through the weekly Specialbuys program. Yes, you can pre-order a pillow now.How does this pillow cut back on snoring? The pillow’s unique S shape props your head up in a way that opens airways, reducing noisy struggles for breath. Along with keeping snorers from bothering anyone else trying to sleep near them, an anti-snoring pillow provides legitimate health benefits. If you’re snoring, it means you aren’t breathing well, and you need to breathe well to live well. Snoring can be a sign of serious cardiovascular trouble. Obviously if you suffer from conditions as life-threatening as full-on sleep apnea, a shapely pillow is no replacement for medical equipment like a CPAP machine. But anything that cuts back on snoring can only help.So if you or anyone you know and/or sleep near needs some help to stop snoring, consider the Slumberdown Anti-Snore pillow. If you can’t make up your mind now, just sleep on it for a few days.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Cancun, Q.R. — Police in Cancun were successful in breaking up a vote buying scheme that was reported in the early morning hours of Sunday.The coalition, Together We Will Tell History, reported the buying of votes to the Special Prosecutor for Electoral Crimes. According to the information, there were several areas in Cancun where voters were being paid in exchange for their ballots.Police found one house in Region 239 in Cancun where there were numerous people who had been given 500 peso in exchange for their ballots. Police also found another area in the parking lot of El Parador Hotel in Cancun where votes were being bought.The scheme was reported by the Juntos Haremos Historia coalition, who said that votes were being purchased to support candidates of the alliance that made up the PRI and the Green Party.After the complaint was filed, elements of the Federal Police went to the addresses where they found people purchasing votes, however, as soon as they saw police, those involved fled the scene.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
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they simply found the ball already at the target with the reward In separate tests each bee was subsequently challenged to move one of the three balls to the target within five minutes The 10 bumble bees that watched a sister perform the task were the most successful the scientists report today in Science They also solved the task faster than those that watched the ghost or didn’t see a demonstration Some of the latter bees solved the task entirely on their own The bees quickly figured out a better way to move the ball too Although those that watched the demonstrator initially pushed the ball to the target in subsequent trials they walked backward and pulled the ball—an unexpected and innovative change the scientists say The bees also displayed inventiveness when deciding which ball to move Although the demonstrator bees always moved the farthest ball (because the others were glued in place) most of the observer bees chose instead to move the ball that was closest to the target When the researchers replaced the yellow ball that was closest to the target with a black ball most of the bees moved it for the reward—showing that they understood the general principle of the task: Move a ball to the center not move only a yellow ball “These bees solved the problem more effectively” and showed that they could “generalize the solution to new situations” says Anne Leonard a behavioral ecologist at the University of Nevada in Reno who was not involved in the study This flexibility could help bumble bees in the wild which face widespread population declines “It suggests that bees may be able to respond quickly to novel problems that arise in their environment” such as the introduction of new flowering plants and the loss of familiar ones says Daniel Papaj an evolutionary biologist at the University of Arizona in Tucson Most importantly for the study’s researchers “It puts the final nail in the coffin of the idea that small brains constrain insects’” cognitive abilities says co-author Lars Chittka a behavioral ecologist also at Queen Mary University of London There’s more going on beneath that exoskeleton than we think visited Thackeray’s residence ‘Matoshree’ and held the meeting, at family gatherings. if the religion vanishes from India completely.
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