The International Sailing Federation's chief executive, Peter Sowrey, tells the AP that the move is prompted by concerns over athletes' health and safety.
After the large piece of debris was discovered on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean this week, Malaysia Airlines said it "is almost certainly part of a Boeing 777."
The airline also says that MH370 "is believed to be the only 777 to have crashed south of the equator since the jet came into service 20 years ago."
Speaking about the debris, ocean circulation
Just ask German pharmacist Julia al-Erian, who tries in English to engage a young Arab man who is trying to buy acne cream. He gives her a blank stare, so she tries explaining in German how the medicated lotion works.
He looks perplexed, says "hold on" in German, then turns to a friend and speaks Arabic.
Recognizing the man's language, Erian calls for Mayssoun Alkhalaif, a Syrian refugee.
SuperPACs can raise unlimited sums of money from corporations, individuals, and other associations and can spend freely to support or oppose a given candidate.
But not every superPAC aims for a serious name or even a serious platform.
It's a contrast to what's happening off the coast of Massachusetts.
That's the catch-all term we use for our local guides to language and logistics — the people who can translate documents, interpret during interviews and generally help you figure out the most efficient and the safest way to get from one location to the next.
But if you're particularly lucky you'll find a top notch fellow journalist from the country to work with. That's what happened when I was reporting on Ebola in Sierra Leone.
"Norita Wyse Berman, a writer, stockbroker and artist ... died at home Friday of natural causes. She was 60."
Sixty-year-olds don't die of natural causes anymore. The truth was too hard to admit.
Fifteen years on, I'm ashamed of my family's shame. Those attending her funeral and paying shiva calls knew the truth anyway. People talk.
One of the many ironies of dying young is that my mother was a true believer in modern medicine.
Not yet an actual ruler. One he's designing on the computer. He just needs to add his initials — then it's time to produce it on a 3-D printer.
Jacob starts seventh grade in the fall and has big dreams. Building this ruler is all part of the plan.
"When I was a child," he says, "I loved to play with Legos, and it inspired me to be an engineer when I get older."
Jacob is one of some 50 boys in this free, four-week camp at Morgan State.
The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitiriou's Jazz Alley welcomes back vocalese legends Manhattan Transfer for four nights and six shows. Band members are Cheryl Bentyne, Alan Paul, Janis Siegel and Trist Curless. Show times Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and 9:30pm and Sunday at 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm all nights.
In a small trial, an experimental vaccine protected 100 percent of participants who were at high risk for the virus. Although the results are preliminary, they offer new hope of finally stamping out the virus in West Africa — and preventing the next epidemic.
"It is a game changer because there was nothing that could protect people against Ebola — no drug, vaccine or medicine," says Dr.