Employers are monitoring computers, toilet breaks – even emotions. Is your boss watching you?…Hundreds of people in Mexico are kidnapped every year and the problem is only getting worse…Georgia man allegedly tried to buy girl, 7, from her grandmother for $200 at grocery store… Symptoms of vomiting giddiness headache unconsciousness and death as temperatures hit 45°C, (113 deg F) in Ahmedabad India…Israel says three ‘armed terrorists’ among 37 reported dead in Gaza border clashes

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Off-duty cop, mom takes out would-be robber at Mother’s Day event near school..

An armed, off-duty Brazilian military police officer was hailed as a hero Sunday after surveillance footage showed how she foiled a robbery attempt on a family near a school.

Katia da Silva Sastre, 42, was standing near a group of women and children outside a Sao Paulo private school when the gunman, identified as 21-year-old Elivelton Neves Moreira, attempted to rob them at gunpoint. The women were celebrating a Mother’s Day event.

Little did the gunman know, Sastre was carrying a pistol of her own and shot Moreira three times in the chest, according to the Daily Mail. The footage showed Moreia falling backward onto the street and kicking the gun out of his reach….



Employers are monitoring computers, toilet breaks – even emotions. Is your boss watching you?

From microchip implants to wristband trackers and sensors that can detect fatigue and depression, new technology is enabling employers to watch staff in more and more intrusive ways. How worried should we be?

Last year an American company microchipped dozens of its workers. In a “chip party” that made headlines around the world, employees lined up to have a device the size of a grain of rice implanted under the skin between their thumb and forefinger. At first, Todd Westby, the CEO of Three Square Market, thought only about five or six people – him and a couple of directors, some of the people who worked in the IT department – would volunteer. But of the 90 people who work at the headquarters, 72 are now chipped; Westby has a chip in each hand. They can be used to open security doors, log on to computers and make payments at the company’s vending machines.

Can he see it taking off at lots of other companies? “Not necessarily,” he says. Or at least not yet. It’s partly a generational thing, he believes. “You may never want to be chipped but if you’re a millennial, you have no problems. They think it’s cool.” There are other uses for it – two months ago, the company (whose core business is selling vending machines and kiosks) started chipping people with dementia in Puerto Rico. If someone wanders off and gets lost, police can scan the chip “and they will know all their medical information, what drugs they can and can’t have, they’ll know their identity.” So far, Three Square Market has chipped 100 people, but plans to do 10,000….



Georgia man allegedly tried to buy girl, 7, from her grandmother for $200 at grocery store

A Georgia man was arrested after a grandmother claimed he tried to buy her 7-year-old granddaughter for $200.

Einodd Samimi, of Marietta, allegedly made an initial offer of $100, but raised the price, WXIA-TV reported. The girl’s grandmother told police he followed the two around a Kroger grocery store in Cobb County on Monday night.

Samimi made “inappropriate comments about the child” — which reportedly included talking about “how pretty the child’s hair was” — according to the woman, who told police he “asked to purchase the child for $200.”….



Israel says three ‘armed terrorists’ among 37 reported dead in Gaza border clashes

At least three of the 37 Palestinians reportedly killed Monday in clashes ahead of the Jerusalem opening of the U.S. Embassy to Israel were “armed terrorists” caught trying to plant a bomb near the Gaza border fence, Israel’s military said.

More than 35,000 protesters amassed at a dozen locations along the security fence, with many engaging in skirmishes that pushed the death toll Monday to the highest in Gaza since a 2014 cross-border standoff between the militant group Hamas and the Jewish state, according to the Associated Press.

Gaza health officials told the news agency that 37 people so far have been killed in Monday’s violence, and at least 772 have been wounded….


Symptoms of vomiting giddiness headache unconsciousness and death as temperatures hit 45°C, (113 deg F) in Ahmedabad India

On Friday, the maximum temperature for the first time in the season touched 45°C, (113 deg F) in the city.

As the state sizzles in heat, a man in forties died due to heatstroke in the district.
Ahmedabad was the second hottest place in the state on Friday after Surendranagar which recorded 44.3°C.

The state capital also reported 43.2 degrees.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) website, the temperature for Ahmedabad was 2.3 degrees higher than normal whereas the night temperature of 28.4 degrees was 1.5 degrees higher.

The website mentioned that there is no respite from the heat for at least next two days.
The heatwave swept across the northern region of the state as Aravalli, Sabarkantha, Mehsana, Patan and Banaskantha crossed 43 degrees mark on Friday.
According to Malpur police, a body of an unidentified man was found from near the village of Aravalli district.

The man was taken to district referral hospital where post-mortem revealed heatstroke as cause of his death, said , sub-inspector of Malpur police station….



Hundreds of people in Mexico are kidnapped every year and the problem is only getting worse

David Ramirez, a 19-year-old college student from Mexico City, and his best friend Miguel Angel Rivera, 20, were on their way to celebrate Miguel’s birthday in Zihuatanejo, a coastal village in the Mexican state of Guerrero. They never made it.

Instead, they were nabbed en route by armed gunmen, making them just two of the thousands of Mexicans — rich and poor, young and old — kidnapped each year.

Ramirez was taken first, according to a text message that Rivera frantically sent to a friend. “Call David’s mom! They are putting David in a vehicle,” the message said.

A few hours later, Ramirez managed to contact his sister, Deborah. “Help me! Help me! I’m in trouble,” he pleaded, crying over the phone. Then the call dropped. She called back for hours, receiving no response. Finally, someone picked up. It wasn’t her brother.

Get me his father,” the voice demanded. “Is this the police?” Deborah asked. “No. We aren’t the police,” the voice on the other side responded. “This is a kidnapping.

Desperate to get their sons back, the Ramirez and Rivera families made a payment to the kidnappers. David’s family decorated their house with balloons and signs that read, “Welcome Back, David and Miguel.” But they didn’t come back: The kidnappers cut all contact after getting the ransom payment. Five years later, the young men are still missing.






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