Real Madrid chief Butragueno on Isco: I won’t question Solariby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid chief Emilio Butragueno refused to comment on Isco’s situation after victory at Real Betis.Real coach Santiago Solari left the midfielder on the bench for the 2-1 win.”It’s a decision of Solari, I should not enter it,” replied Butragueno when asked about Isco.”A coach makes those decisions and belongs to his world, I insist, we should not enter.”On new signing Brahim Diaz, he added: “He’s a boy with a lot of personality, we have a lot of hope in him, we have to give him time.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
He’s gone.According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, Huggins has been kicked off the Gators football team.Here’s more from the Sentinel:Florida Gators sophomore defensive back John Huggins has been dismissed from the football program, a source confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel Saturday.No further details were available about what specifically triggered Huggins’ dismissal.Huggins allegedly chocked the victim after she took his phone to make sure he would stay for the session. The woman claimed Huggins pulled her hair in an earlier tutoring session.She did not pursue a criminal case and no charges were filed.Head coach Dan Mullen commented on the previous incident, but suggested it had no impact on Huggins’ absence from camp. GAINESVILLE, FL – NOVEMBER 07: Florida Gators helmets sit on the field after the game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on November 7, 2015 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)Earlier this week, a new report found a fifth member of the Florida Gators football program was accused of violence against women during Dan Mullen’s tenure as the team’s head coach.Defensive back John Huggins was accused of choking a female tutor.According to a report from the Tampa Bay Times, Huggins became the fifth member of the Gators football program to have been accused of violence against women – four of which have been released from the program.It didn’t take long for Mullen to make a decision on Huggins’ future with the program.
Bernie Miller has been appointed deputy minister of Planning and Priorities. Mr. Miller has served as CEO and managing partner at McInnes Cooper for the past seven years. He has practised law with McInnes Cooper since 1989, where he specialized in environmental and aboriginal law in the energy and natural resources sector. “Mr. Miller’s private sector experience will be an important asset as he assumes a key, strategic position within government,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “His proven ability to articulate a strategic vision, establish a clear plan of action and deliver results will serve government as we develop the policies and plans necessary to fulfill the mandate given to us by the people of Nova Scotia.” Mr. Miller graduated from Dalhousie University in 1988 and was admitted to the Nova Scotia bar in 1989. The appointment is effective Feb. 17.
New Delhi: Railways’ earnings from fines on ticketless travellers has gone up by around 31 per cent in the last three years, an RTI has found. Efforts to curb ticketless travel have resulted in the Indian Railways earning a revenue of Rs 1,377 crore in fines between 2016 and 2019, it said. In 2018, a Parliament Railway Convention Committee, which inspected the railways’ financial report of 2016-17, had expressed concern over the loss of revenue due to ticketless travel. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ Following this, the railway board directed its zonal railways to intensify the drive against ticketless travel across the country and fixed annual targets for every TTE. According to the RTI filed by a Madhya Pradesh-based activist, in 2016-2017, the railways recovered Rs 405.30 crore in fines from ticketless travellers, while the following year, they recovered Rs 441.62 crore. In 2018-2019, the amount recovered was Rs 530.06 crore. As many as 8.9 million passengers, more than the population of Israel, were caught without tickets from April, 2018 to January, 2019. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K Once caught, a ticketless passenger has to pay a minimum fine of Rs 250 along with the cost of the ticket. If a person refuses to pay the amount or does not have the money to do so, he is handed over to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) and booked under Section 137 of Railways Act. The person is then presented in front of a magistrate, who can fine him for as much as Rs 1,000. In case the person still does not want to pay the fine, he or she may be jailed for up to six months.
Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Twitter TORONTO, Oct. 19, 2018 – With production underway on the second season of CTV’s hit original music series THE LAUNCH, the network announced today the final celebrity mentors confirmed to join the series this season. Musical legend and multiple Grammy Award®-winning composer, producer, arranger, guitarist, and co-founder of CHIC, Nile Rodgers (Madonna, David Bowie, Diana Ross) joins as celebrity producer, along with chart-topping singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha in a celebrity mentor role.“Each week we are blown away by the calibre of talent the mentors and producers bring to the table, and Nile and Bebe will be no exception,” said Randy Lennox, President, Bell Media. “We cannot wait to get them into the studio with the emerging artists.”“There is not a cooler, more talented, and truly ageless producer/songwriter/musician than Nile, with five decades of hits, millions and millions of records sold, and a countless collection of awards…he’s as creative and driven as ever and will bring it all to the stage and studio of THE LAUNCH!” said Scott Borchetta, Founder/President/CEO of the Big Machine Label Group and co-creator and Executive Producer of THE LAUNCH. “As for Bebe, Big Machine is making history in real time with Bebe and our own Florida Georgia Line with their single, ‘Meant To Be’, which has smashed Billboard Magazine‘s all-time record for weeks at #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart with an amazing 46 weeks at the top…and counting. With this talented duo, we can only expect to add another #1 hit for one of our emerging artists.” Advertisement Nile Rodgers and Bebe Rexha Join Celebrity Mentors and Producers for Season 2 of CTV’s THE LAUNCH (CNW Group/CTV) The pair round out the this season’s previously announced celebrity mentors including Grammy® award-winning music legend Bryan Adams – in the dual role as celebrity mentor and producer; celebrated multi-platinum award-winning singer-songwriter Jann Arden; Grammy® award-winner Sarah McLachlan, Arkells’ Max Kerman, and recording superstar Ryan Tedder, the creative force behind Season 1 certified platinum hit single “Ain’t Easy” by Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, who will also produce a new song in Season 2. Also confirmed to work with emerging artists aspiring for an opportunity to create a new hit single this season are some of the music industry’s most successful producers including Jon Levine(Avril Lavigne, Drake, Bebe Rexha); Alex Hope (Carly Rae Jepsen, Troye Sivan, Tove Lo); and Shaun Frank (The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Dragonette). Advertisement
The Council’s negotiations were held in the afternoon, early evening and late night on a day which also saw a public debate involving representatives of several dozen countries who offered their views on the situation in the region, including the question of Palestine.The meeting was convened in response to a letter from the Permanent Observer for Palestine, in his capacity as Chairman of the Arab Group, requesting that the Council consider “the continued escalation of the Israeli military aggression against the Palestinian people and the Palestinian Authority in total disregard of the resolutions of the Security Council.”The Arab Group also asked that the Council “consider the adoption of the necessary immediate measures to ensure an end to the current tragic situation and the implementation of the Security Council resolutions.”Addressing the Council, the Observer for Palestine, Nasser Al-Kidwa, said the reoccupation of Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat’s compound in Ramallah showed that there were no limits on Israel’s criminal activity through State terrorism. Meanwhile, the international community was unable to act, as a result of the position of one of the Council’s permanent members. He called on the Council to adopt a resolution demanding that Israel withdraw immediately from Mr. Arafat’s headquarters. He added that a return to the peace process would require a comprehensive approach to political, economic and security dimensions, along with a declaration of the form of a final settlement. That approach should be enhanced by the presence of international observers or a multinational force.Yehuda Lancry of Israel said it was no coincidence that terrorist attacks had wreaked carnage in Tel Aviv when security precautions had been relaxed. This affirmed what Israel had always stated – that the Israeli military was the only barrier between Palestinian terrorists and their Israeli victims. Unfortunately, with every step forward, terrorism forced Israel to take another step backward. Terror was making the conflict entrenched. He said the Palestinian leadership must end the financial, logistical and moral support it provided to terrorist organizations, and must dismantle the infrastructure on which those terrorists depended. Such steps were essential to reaching the only enduring solution to the conflict in the region leading to two States living side by side in peace and security.In the debate that followed, many participants echoed the statement made at the outset by Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who decried the recent upsurge in violence, which he pointed out marked a step backwards from efforts by the diplomatic Quartet – the UN, European Union, Russian Federation and United States – to achieve a final settlement. Numerous delegates, while denouncing terrorism, called for an immediate end to the Israeli siege of President Arafat’s compound and stressed the need for the Council to ensure that its resolutions on the situation in the Middle East are implemented.While largely backing of those views, Ambassador John Negroponte of the United States said Washington would not support the adoption of a one-sided text that failed to condemn acts of terror and the groups that perpetrated them, and failed to call for the dismantling of the networks that threatened all people in the Middle East.
In the keynote address to the three-day conference, Ms. Fréchette said the UN is developing a more systematic approach to responding to issues faced by women in warring or post-conflict nations, consulting them at all stages of a peace process, including reconciliation, judicial reform and constitutional development. But she said women still suffer from a “gender deficit” when it comes to justice, exposed to greater risk of sexual violence and abuse, and lacking the same protections as men. “They are usually neither the initiators of conflict nor the wagers of war, and yet they are specifically targeted, often as a way to humiliate the adversary and break the morale and resistance of whole societies,” she said. Ms. Fréchette said governments and civil society organizations in States affected by conflict need to do much more than simply share information about the issue. Women must be consulted at every level of justice reform, and States and agencies – including those within the UN – must work together more closely to identify best practices and encourage their spread around the world. The Deputy Secretary-General also called on delegates at this week’s conference to speak out about what they identify as necessary to improving justice for women. She cited improving legal training, providing lawyers specializing in sexual violence cases and strengthening victim support programmers as some examples.
The 2005 HDI, which shows global development progress but slippage among individual countries, reveals that most of the countries making the greatest strides are located in Asia, and those falling further behind are in sub-Saharan Africa and the former Soviet Union.The yearly report, which measures human development by broad social, political and economic criteria, is produced by an independent team of experts under an advisory network of leaders in academia, government and civil society. It has been commissioned by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) since 1990.The 2005 HDI data, covering 177 countries, demonstrates that overall global trends are positive, with substantial overall progress registered in most developing regions of the world. Bangladesh, China and Uganda have increased their ranking by about 20 per cent since 1990, the 2005 Index shows.Of the 18 poorest countries which are doing worse on most key human development indicators than they were in 1990, 12 are in sub-Saharan Africa. South Africa has fallen 35 places to 120 in the HDI ranking since 1990 and Botswana 21 (to 131), a stark decline that UNDP attributes mainly to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.The other six countries that suffered reversals since 1990 belong to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) that succeeded the Soviet Union. Since 1990, Tajikistan has fallen to 122, down 21 places in the HDI rankings, Ukraine has gone down 17 (to 78), and the Russian Federation 15, to 62. Declining life expectancy, combined with economic disruption after the fall of the Soviet Union, are the main factors, the report states.Success stories include Viet Nam, which has cut poverty and child mortality rates substantially. Bangladesh has made significant gains in education, income and life expectancy.Some countries are much better than others at converting income into HDI progress, according to the Report – Saudi Arabia has a far higher average income than Thailand, but a similar HDI (77 and 73 respectively). Guatemala has almost double the average income of Viet Nam, but is lower on the HDI (117 versus 108).Finally, the Report noted that the risk of conflict could be related to a low ranking in the HDI and some war-ravaged countries – such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Liberia – are not included in the Index tables at all, due to the lack of reliable recent statistical information.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) supports the substantial, but temporary, economic stimulus package announced in today’s pre-budget report. It provides positive incentives for consumers to begin spending, but will need to be accompanied by a more active approach to lending by banks and financial institutions. Commenting on the report, Paul Everitt, SMMT chief executive said, “The chancellor has made a positive first step to help restore consumer confidence and kick-start responsible spending. We now need to see action to remove the constraints on credit and finance so consumers and businesses can take advantage of the changes announced today.” Motor industry response to cut in VAT: “The 2.5% cut in VAT combined with the recent cuts in interest rates will encourage consumer spending, impacting on both the new and used vehicle markets. Any move to boost responsible spending is welcome but specific action to improve the affordability and accessibility of credit is needed if the vehicle market is really going to benefit,” said SMMT chief executive, Paul Everitt. Motor industry response to postponement of VED rises: “Now is not the time to be increasing motoring taxes so the scrapping of penal increases to VED is welcome. We are disappointed the chancellor hasn’t taken the opportunity to reverse his plans for a first year rate of VED and would urge government to reconsider its approach to vehicle taxation policy, aligning it to EU CO2 legislation and providing a more consistent and long-term framework,” said SMMT chief executive, Paul Everitt. SMMT reiterated its call for government to implement a package of measures to bridge short-term cash flow problems created by the banking crisis. “The motor industry faces a set of unprecedented market conditions. The dramatic fall in demand for new vehicles around the world, combined with the limited availability of funding and liquidity now puts at risk valuable industrial capability. Urgent action is required to boost demand for new vehicles and ease pressure on UK automotive suppliers,” said Paul Everitt. Senior executives representing the UK automotive sector from component manufacturers, through vehicle producers and the retail network will meet the secretary of state for business, Lord Mandelson, on Thursday 27 November. The automotive sector is calling for support measures to include: Allowing manufacturers’ finance companies access to the funding available to banks through the special liquidity arrangements. This would allow them to support customers and their franchise networks. Scrapping plans for increased VED and new first year rate. This would provide a strong signal to buyers and help to improve residual values. Increased capital allowances for fleet buyers, particularly for buyers of commercial vehicles, to stimulate immediate demand. Shelve plans for reform of business car capital allowances, as overall impact and timing is unhelpful. Remove expensive car restrictions under capital allowances to help demand for UK higher end manufacturers. And, manufacturing support to include: UK support for the European Investment Bank’s (EIB) proposed Ã¢â€š¬40bn automotive industry loan package so UK companies throughout the supply chain can support their operations and continue to invest during the economic downturn. National arrangements to allow manufacturers and suppliers access to loan facilities, including potential government guarantees, to maintain liquidity and investment. Help to speed up the allocation of existing funding to support training, R&D projects and energy efficiency measures. This would help upskill employees, accelerate innovation and provide an immediate stimulus for green collar jobs. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
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1. RK Krim Mercator5401141:126(15)8 RK Buducnost Podgorica won’t defend title in the Women’s EHF Champions League. Montenegrian champion is defeated by Hungarian Gyor 21:22 (12:13)(Cvijic 6, Woltering 9 saves – Gorbitz 7(5), Loke 5, Haraldsen 15 saves) and lost all the chances to qualify for the semi-final. Norwegian champion Larvik HK is the second team from Group A which is qualified for the semi-final after victory in Denmark over Randers 31:26. 2. Larvik5302118:117(1)6 4. Randers HK5014105:125(-20)1 3. Buducnost5113100:111(-11)3 Krim Mercator beat Russian Zvezda Zvenizgorod 28:23 (12:13) and almost secure the place among TOP 4 in Europe this season. Romanian Oltchim showed fantastic performance in Hungary against FTC 30:23. 1. Györi Audi ETO KC5500128:98(30)10 4. Zvezda Zvenigorod5005129:146(-17)0 3. FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria5302136:143(-7)6 Gyor handball 2. Oltchim Rm. Valcea5302131:122(9)6 ← Previous Story Hungary: Pick Szeged remains undefeated on home ground Next Story → Women’s CWC (1/4 Final): Hypo and Thuringer already at TOP 4
germanRK MetalurgTHW Kiel ← Previous Story EHF and FCH sign Memorandum of Understanding Next Story → Ivano Balic extends contract with HSG Wetzlar! Kiel and Flensburg, the last two steps for reaching Macedonian handball dreams! And not just Macedonian, to be fair, because ever since the F4 tournament has been established in 2010, getting to Cologne, to one of the most prestigious halls in Europe – „Lanxes Arena“, has been a dream for all the European top teams. Of course, it’s not all about the teams, because the delight in Cologne is something we have already named „handball Mecca“, something that every player, coach, fan, journalist, basically anyone who loves handball should see and feel at least once in a lifetime. Handball pilgrimage. The place really makes you feel like you’re a part of one giant handball family, truly proud that you’re into handball.Kiel is undoubtedly the greatest handball team on the planet. No one is bigger than them. They may not have as many trophies, there are some more famous teams, but Kiel is a machinery that comes like no other. There are handball projects, rising up and shutting down, getting up and quieting down, but Kiel… well, they are always there. Only one team besides them can be proud of their definition in the „code“ – failure is not an option! And that is Barcelona. Difference between these two is handball was born in Kiel, and Barca on the other side is a part of one big football story – story of one people, one movement, one life philosophy. Kiel is „pure handball“. That is why everybody in the world of handball respects them.Another major true and checked fact is that F4 with and without Kiel is not the same event. Take our word for it. The only time that „Zebras“ didn’t qualify for F4 was back in 2012, and there was completely different atmosphere. Colourless and tasteless. You know who showed up? Kiel’s supporters… 10 do 12 thousand of them! Black and white shirts, with the best seats in the arena, their so called cheering for the teams that were there (Spanish finale) and for the good moves, well it was just pale. As the club defines it’s work by „failure is not an option“, their fans are expected to be wherever the trophies are. Those people adore handball and their club. Tickets for F4 are being bought one year in advance! There is one great beerhouse in Cologne, right next to the famous cathedral – „Dom“ the symbol of the city, which is next to the railway station „Gaffel Am Dom“ with it’s three platforms. Whatever happens in the quarter finals, Keil’s fans will pack the beerhouse! They will be drinking beer from big and heavy mugs, all of them – the old and the young, kids and pensioners, covered in blush and dressed in their black and white shirts, but how many drinks will they have and who will be they toasting to, well that’s not only up to their minions. Lino Červar’s personnel will also have few things to say. Who would „handball fathers“ likely be seeing on the streets of Cologne is a rhetorical question we all the answer to. It’s not a hidden fact, everyone knows who will spend more money on beer, „bratwurst“ and the variety of pennyworths, and yes – every conspiracy theory takes away both time and energy.The energy is to be kept for dreaming peacefully about the first morning of June…Do you believe in coincidences? Well, here’s something you can rely on. „Zebres“ have lost their two matches – against Melsungen and Magdeburg. Do you know any other team that begins with M and is about to play Kiel? We know one.Kiel is in „transition“. Departure of great four – Ahlm, Narcisse, Ilić and Omeyer has marked one era. Only players Gislasson that can truly count on are Jicha and Vujin. Others are playing below the required level to win like clockwork. Lauge is out for the rest of the season, Zeitz is nowhere to be found – one hand in Kiel and the other in Veszprem, Palmarsson is often injured, and the African attraction Jallouz is struggling with the epithet „failed investment“. Their trade mark, back court line, is not on secure feet. There is no goalkeeper giant to make team feel secured, and there is no one to fill the dominant figure place on the line. Shortly – lot of things seems to be missing for the invincibility halo. Maestro coach that is Alfted Gislasson takes the maximum out of what he’s working with, and it’s fair to say that he hasn’t got as much as some others do and he’s certainly not the No1 favourite for the trophy.As Aron Kristiansson is still picking his brains up after a Metalurg lecture, the new Icelandic scalp will be much harder task for Lino Červar. Gislasson is a great coach, and he has proven it countless times before. He has won the EHF’s Champions League with two teams.Eliminating Kiel still sounds like a science fiction. Still it sounds unreal. Still it’s light years away, but…Flensburg, some 50 kilometres
By Cliodhna Russell http://jrnl.ie/3310115 Mar 27th 2017, 9:06 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Monday 27 Mar 2017, 9:06 PM Get our daily news round up: Here’s What Happened Today: Monday Bus strike continues, Nóirín O’Sullivan announces major restructuring plan and man killed in airplane crash in Waterford – it’s the Evening Fix. Short URL NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Source: Leah FarrellNóirín O’Sullivan has indicated that she’s staying put after political pressure has been mounting on her to resign.SIPTU members in Dublin Bus and Irish Rail are to ballot for industrial action.An investigation has been launched after the body of a young mother was found in a Cork home overnight.A man has died after a light airplane crash in Waterford this afternoon.The North will now go back to direct rule from Westminster unless a deal is done in the coming days.Gardaí have said that Dublin’s latest gangland victim was shot a number of times as members of the public attempted to perform first aid on him.Tributes have been paid to a young couple who lost their lives in a road traffic crash; in total seven people lost their lives over the weekend.A former Sinn Féin councillor and his father have pleaded guilty at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin to falsely imprisoning and threatening to kill another man.A Meath mother destroyed evidence after her daughter told her she had been raped by the woman’s fiancé, a court has heard.Eircom has been fined for over-charging a nuns’ nursing home and leaving it without phone service for weeks.Gardaí are appealing to the public to help identify men after an attack on Dublin’s South William Street in November.INTERNATIONAL Source: PA Wire/PA Images#UK: The mother of Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood has said she was “deeply shocked” by her sons actions and condemned the attack he carried out last week.#SCOTLAND: British Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Scotland today to try to avert its independence bid.#MYANMAR: A free lunch for villagers in southern Myanmar turned sour after it landed more than a third of the rural community in hospital with food poisoning.#US: United Airlines found itself at the centre of a social media storm after it barred two girls from boarding a flight in Denver because they were wearing leggings.PARTING SHOT These beautiful photographs of the Milky Way in Glendalough and the Poulnabrone dolmen in the Burren in Clare were sent in by Shane Phelan.Simply stunning. Source: Shane Phelan Source: Shane Phelan Share38 Tweet Email No Comments 11,668 Views
Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in September 2019Here’s Everything Coming to Hulu in September 2019 Stay on target It’s back-to-school time but while many will be hitting the books, some of us just can’t resist the allure of streaming a few good movies and TV shows while sipping that pumpkin-flavored something.If you missed Mindy Kaling’s Late Night in theaters earlier this summer, you can catch it in your smaller screen this month — it starts streaming on September 6. The critically acclaimed Prime Original series Transparent is also coming to a close with a two-hour movie musical extravaganza on September 27.In the mood to revisit the post-apocalyptic highways of the Australian outback? Both Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome will be available to stream starting September 30. For those into more recent sci-fi blockbusters, John Wick: Chapter 3 and Men in Black: International will be available for rent or purchase this month.Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2019. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member yet, start your free trial here.September 3Booksmart Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoDark Phoenix Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoMa Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoMen in Black: International Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoVictoria (Season 3)September 6Late Night Amazon Original MovieNiko and the Sword of Light Amazon Original SeriesSeptember 10Aladdin Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime Video Anna Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime Video John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime Video Godzilla: King of Monsters Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoSeptember 13El Corazón de Sergio Ramos Amazon Original SeriesUndone Amazon Original SeriesSeptember 24American Horror Story: Apocalypse This Is Us (Season 4) Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoThe Good Doctor (Season 3) Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoEmpire (Season 6) Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoBlack-ish (Season 6) Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoSeptember 26Thursday Night Football: Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers (NFL)September 27Modern Family (Season 11) Available for Rent or Purchase on Prime VideoRangoTransparent Musicale Finale Amazon Original SeriesSeptember 30A Night at the Roxbury Air Force One Be Cool Behave Yourself Big Top Pee-wee Bolden Bulldog Courage Buried Alive Chained for Life Chi to suna no kettô / Duel of Blood and Sand Cloverfield Cowboy and the Senorita Darkness Falls Daughter of the Tong Days of Thunder Dead Heat Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel Dreamcatcher Dreaming Out Loud Election Event Horizon Face Off Forces of Nature Get Shorty Ghost Town Ghost World Gothika Harlem Nights Hearts in Bondage Here’s Flash Casey Hi De Ho High Noon Hollywood My Home Town Hunting Insomnia Kalifornia Kicking and Screaming Legally Blonde Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior Mad Max Beyond ThunderdomeMatriarch Mousehunt Much Ado About Nothing Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult No Way Out Permanent Midnight Platoon Platoon 4K Play It Again, Sam Project Nim Regression Saturday Night Fever Setup Stargate Tales from the Darkside: The Movie The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension The Cotton Club The Deadly Companions The Klansman The Life of David Gale The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! The Talented Mr. Ripley Total Recall Trading Mom True Colors True Grit Varsity Blues We Die Young What Lies Beneath Witness You’ve Got MailMore on Geek.com:Here Are the Most Binge-Watched Shows in Every StateSpotify’s Rise to Power Dramatized in TV Mini SeriesBest Space Documentaries to Stream
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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is happy with his side’s first away victory as they thrashed Hamilton 4-1 on Sunday.Gerrard’s men could only come away with a victory in the final six minutes when they scored three goals in a keenly contested affair.However, the Liverpool legend reckoned his team were more than a little fortunate to secure all three points after a lacklustre display at New Douglas Park.“Very happy with the three points,” Gerrard told Sky. “I did not think we played well today at all and 4-1 flattered us a bit. We were not really at it today.Owen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.“But all the talk before the game was of how we can’t win away from home, so we will take the three points and move on.“We are on the back of two really good performances and in your head, you are looking for something close to that. But the pitch and the environments become a leveller.“But maybe I am wanting too much and wanting to see too much on the eye. People only ever remember the result.”
Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Human Rights Watch Film Festival KUSI Newsroom Posted: January 28, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, 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 SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Museum of Photographic Arts is inviting local activists and moviegoers into the worlds of real, heroic people at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.Spectators can view the five films from January 31st to February 2nd at MOPA’s Joan & Irwin Jacobs Theater.The creators of the presented films are also advocates for social change and say they will he having post-screening Q&A sessions.For more information click here. January 28, 2019
Andrey Voronenko Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 10-year-old Vancouver boy who was picked up from school today by his estranged father. Andrey Voronenko was picked up from Mill Plain Elementary School, 400 S.E. 164th Ave. in Vancouver, at about 2:25 p.m. by his father, Alexy Voronenko, 38. The boy and his mother had fled to Vancouver from Texas after Alexy Voronenko was placed in jail on a domestic violence charge, according to the Amber Alert. The boy’s father has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and Andrey Voronenko could be in danger, according to the alert. The boy is 4 feet 10 inches tall, weighs about 70 pounds, and has green eyes and brown hair with a bowl cut. He was last seen wearing a navy polo shirt with pink stripes, gray pants, blue and gray tennis shoes and a dark, navy-blue rain coat. His father is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 300 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. His hair has some gray in it, and he has a mustache. Alexy Voronenko is believed to be driving a dark-gray 2007 Honda Accord with a Texas license plate, number CKK3638. It’s a four-door sedan with tinted windows. Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call the Clark County Sheriff’s Office at 360-397-2211 or 911.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A public hearing is set for the Kenai Peninsula Borough Planning and Zoning Commission this evening to discuss the proposed new site for the Central Emergency Service building. The existing station’s space is maxed out and does not meet code.The current property is too small for further upgrades to meet operational needs going forward, according to a memo to the assembly. The funding for the project, estimated at $1.5 million, would come through a loan from the Land Trust Investment Fund. A site selection committee comprised of both borough and City of Soldotna officials evaluated potential sites according to design and operational criteria to fit the need of a new Station 1 for Central Emergency Services. An ordinance was introduced at the Borough Assembly meeting on August 7, to purchase the property on the corner of East Redoubt Avenue and Homestead Lane. Station 1 is central to the entire operation of CES . Its initial construction dates back to 1957 with major additions in 1971 and 1982. The proposed area for a new station involves two different property owners, located across from Petco, in Soldotna. The construction of the building would require a realignment of Homestead Lane, which runs toward the Kenai River from Redoubt Avenue. The P&Z meeting is this evening at 7:30pm, at the Kenai Peninsula Borough building in Soldotna.
Logo of Anti Corruption Commission. File photoThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Tuesday filed a case against general manager (Accounts & Finance) of Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Company Limited (Bapex) AKM Anwarul Islam and his wife Farida Yeasmin for amassing huge illegal wealth, reports UNB.ACC deputy director Mohammad Helal Uddin Sharif filed the case with Ramna model police station accusing the couple of amassing wealth worth Tk 11.09 million illegally, ACC public relations officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya told UNB.The case was filed under sections 26 (2) and 27 (1) of the ACC Act 2004 and section 109 of the Penal Code.According to the case statement, Farida Yeasmin started submitting tax returns since the fiscal year of 2005-06.She submitted information of wealth worth Tk 4.98 million from 2005-06 to 2015-16 fiscal years and spent Tk 622,312 during the period.But the ACC found that Farida owns an asset of Tk 15.45 million which was not disclosed in the asset statement submitted to the commission.Anwarul Islam abetted her in providing false information aiming to hide the wealth information.