PH women’s netball team begins SEA Games campaign vs Thais

first_imgTrump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo KUALA LUMPUR — Women’s netball, which joined at the last minute, will battle Thailand at 3 p.m. to kickstart its Southeast Asian Games campaign at Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara here.Netball Philippines president Dr. Charlie Ho said they are more prepared this time than two years ago when the team debuted in the biennial games and lost all five matches.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo View comments LATEST STORIES PH coach confident of chances against Cambodia in men’s U-22 football NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Of those matches, the Philippines dropped a 112-11 loss to Malaysia which has put the team in ignominy.Against the Thais, however, the Filipinos will at least try to come up with a competitive showing to jumpstart their campaigns.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsSingapore won the gold two years ago, while Malaysia took silver. Brunei and Thailand tied for bronze. The country finished sixth behind Myanmar which was fifth. Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Gameslast_img read more

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Cricket Australia recovers thousands of scalped Ashes tickets

first_imgCricket Australia (CA) has recovered thousands of scalped tickets for the third Ashes Test against England in Perth, the governing body said on Wednesday.The 2,890 tickets were “identified as linked to scalped tickets being sold at a premium” on online market place eBay, CA said in a statement.The tickets for the December 14-18 Test at the WACA will go back on sale on August 28.The five-Test Ashes series against current holders England is one of Australia’s most well-attended sporting events. The first Test starts in Brisbane on November 23.last_img

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World Cup 2018: Maradona watches Messi’s nightmarish game vs Iceland

first_imgDiego Maradona looked extremely disappointed after Lionel Messi missed a penalty during Argentina’s opening FIFA World Cup 2018 match against debutants Iceland in Moscow on Saturday.Maradona, who led Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986 in Mexico, was in the stands to cheer for his country as they took on the tiniest nation ever to qualify for a World Cup.Argentina, who were the favourites to easily come out on top, were tested right from the start as Iceland made a stunning impact in their first-ever World Cup game to hold the 2014 runners-up Argentina to a pulsating 1-1 draw.However, Messi’s tournament began wretchedly as he saw his penalty saved by Hannes Halldorsson.FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 FULL COVERAGEWith the world watching him, the normally brilliant Messi struck a weak spot kick that was saved, leaving Argentina and fans disappointed.This is how Maradona reacted to Messi penalty miss #ARGISL pic.twitter.com/rgDwJobqtKGbenga (@priivacy) 16 June 2018Sergio Aguero gave the two-time world champions the lead after 19 minutes before Iceland, showing the same commitment and self-belief that saw them stun the soccer world with their run to the Euro 2016 quarter-finals, hit back four minutes later through Alfred Finnbogason.2018 FIFA WORLD CUP: FULL FIXTURESArgentina, playing in all-black and roared on by the vast majority of the crowd in a rocking Spartak Stadium, eventually took command, delivering wave after wave of attacks in the second half.Yet they actually created few clear chances either side of the poorly-struck 64th-minute penalty by Messi, who drew a blank despite a remarkable 11 shots during the match.advertisement Messi’s penalty was saved by Hannes Halldorsson (Reuters Photo)Iceland, by far the smallest country by population to appear at a World Cup and inspired by their “thunderclapping” fans, ran and battled tirelessly as they wrote another unlikely chapter in their short but glorious major tournament history.Cristiano Ronaldo fans troll Messi over missed penalty”People say we celebrate when we won a point — wait and see how we celebrate when we’ve won a game,” said Iceland coach Heimir Hallgrimsson.Man of the match Halldorsson said he had done his homework on Messi, who has now missed four of his last seven penalties for club and country.Iceland hero reveals how he prepared for Lionel Messi”I looked at a lot of penalties by Messi and I also looked at how I had been behaving in previous penalties, so I tried to get into their mindset, how they would be thinking about me,” he said.Frustrated Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli tried to remain upbeat. “We need to be strong as a group, believe in ourselves and know we have all the tools to beat anybody,” he said.COMMITMENTIceland signalled their intent from the kick off, sending seven men charging into the box to challenge as the ball was pumped long, leading to just the first of several uncomfortable moments for a decidedly shaky Argentine defence.Modric does what Messi could not as European nations shineThe South Americans looked more assured in attack, though, and went ahead when Aguero turned tightly in the box and smashed in an unstoppable shot.Iceland stunned the stadium soon afterwards though when keeper Willy Caballero palmed Gylfi Sigurdsson’s low shot straight into the path of Finnbogason, who swept the ball into the unguarded net.After Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick in Portugal’s 3-3 draw with Spain on Friday, all eyes were on Messi to respond but he was generally kept at arm’s length by the rugged but controlled Iceland defenders. Lionel Messi looks dejected after the match (Reuters Photo)The great man was given the ultimate opportunity after Hordur Bjorgvin Magnusson got entangled with Aguero in the box, only for Halldorsson to fly to his right and palm his mediocre strike clear.Iceland then defended superbly, almost fanatically, with Halldorson making another fantastic full-length save from substitute Cristian Pavon in the dying moments.Messi flops as Iceland draw with ArgentinaIceland’s players rushed to the stands to share their celebrations with their fans and now will have real belief that they can get out of Group D that also contains Croatia and Nigeria, who meet later on Saturday.”This match was a kind of a milestone for this team,” said Hallgrimsson, who vowed pre-tournament that his team would not sit back.Well done Iceland! How a film director and a dentist denied Argentina”We are bluntly honest in our ability. With a team like Argentina it is just a fact they have players with superior skills.advertisement”I think for everyone it is more enjoyable to play this way and achieve something than to play in a different way and not achieve anything.”(With inputs from Reuters)last_img read more

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Fernando Hierro snaps tie with Spanish football after World Cup horror

first_imgSpain interim coach coach Fernando Hierro has cut all ties with the Spanish Federation after Spain’s early exit from the World Cup last week, confirmed the Spain board.The 2010 world champions, who failed to progress from the group in 2014, were knocked out in the last 16 stage in Russia this year.”After many kilometres travelled together, the Spanish Football Federation and Fernando Hierro have called an end to their relationship now that Spain have finished their participation in the World Cup,” said a statement on the Spain team’s website (www.sefutbol.com).”The last Spain coach has declined to return to his old job as sporting director of the Federation in order to look for new horizons and new professional challenges.”OFICIAL | Fernando Hierro y la RFEF comunican que, pese a tener contrato en vigor como Director Deportivo, declina seguir en el cargo.https://t.co/UjPrVMRHHa pic.twitter.com/5jiLqyltJcSelección Española de Fútbol (@SeFutbol) July 8, 2018Hierro was named sporting director for the second time in 2017 but was unexpectedly catapulted into the role of national team coach the day before the World Cup began when Julen Lopetegui was sacked after agreeing to join Real Madrid.Under the former Real Madrid defender, who previously had just one season’s experience as a coach with Real Oviedo, Spain won one of their four games in Russia, a 1-0 victory over Iran in Group B, and drew 3-3 with Portugal and 2-2 with Morocco.They finished top of Group B but suffered a shock elimination by hosts Russia in the last 16 last Sunday in a penalty shoot-out after a 1-1 draw.advertisement”The Federation would like to thank Fernando Hierro for his commitment and sense of responsibility for taking charge of the national team in extraordinary circumstances and his other roles for the organisation, which will always be his home,” added the statement.(With inputs from Reuters)last_img read more

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SPO-KUMBLE-NAYUDU

first_imgKumble unveils C K Nayudu’s statue in MachilipatnamAmaravati, Jul 24 (PTI) A statue of India’s first-everTest captain Col C K Nayudu was unveiled by former skipperAnil Kumble at Machilipatnam town near here today.”I am privileged to unveil Col Nayudu’s statue in hishometown. Nayudu was a great cricketer who laid strongfoundations for the development of the game in India,” Kumblesaid on the occasion.The ace leg-spinner also laid the foundation for theconstruction of the Masula Sports Complex and AthleticsStadium, being built on a 13-acre site at a cost of Rs 15crore. Speaking on the occasion, Kumble hailed the stategovernment’s initiatives aimed at developing sportsinfrastructure and nurturing talent.”Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has taken steps toensure that every child in Andhra Pradesh has access to sport,gets trained, gets nurtured so that they all become futureOlympians of our country. I am only hopeful that some day,someone from this crowd will go on to bring laurels for Indiain Indian sport,” he said.”Hopefully, in a years time we will see the stadiumbuzzing with activities and all the children will be playingthere,” Kumble said.State Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Kollu Ravindraand Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh Chairman AnkammaChowdary were also present. PTI DBVSS SS SSlast_img read more

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Any bowler can get injured, bowling action not a problem: Jasprit Bumrah

first_imgJasprit Bumrah has responded to former Pakistan pacer Aqib Javed’s take on the India pacer’s unique bowling action. Experts including Aqib Javed feel Bumrah’s unusual bowling action makes him injury prone.”I don’t focus on what the experts are saying. I focus on what has helped me and I try to focus on my body and what do I need to do to keep myself fit. There is not a perfect action in cricket, tell me a bowler, like that, who has not got injured. I focus on how to improve my fitness level,” 24-year-old Bumrah told reporters in Mumbai.Bumrah, associated with ASICS, was in the city for a promotional event.The death-overs specialist said it would not be prudent to comment on upcoming Australia tour without having a look at the conditions.”There is always bounce there but Australia nowadays is known for high-scoring games as well. I am not focusing too much ahead, I am focusing on whatever the next match I play. That’s always been my philosophy.”When I reach Australia, I will assess the wickets. Because sometimes going there with pre-conceived notions and then it doesn’t happen, so you are in no space. I’ll go there, see the conditions and plan according to that,” he said.Read – Australia tour will be challenging even without Smith and Warner: Bhuvneshwar KumarBumrah also lauded India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun, saying the communication with him has been helpful so far.”You discuss plans with your bowling coach. That communication has been good. I had done one U-19 camp under him and he knows my bowling. It is always good when you have an experienced coach, who knows your strengths and weaknesses,” said Bumrah.advertisementThe pacer has been rested for the first two one day internationals against the West Indies and he is not complaining.”It is always good to have a break. Whenever you return from the break, the hunger is back, the body is fresh, you are up and running in good spirit,” he said.Also Read – WAGs: The great debate in Indian cricketBumrah, who has played six Test matches, however did not comment on the ongoing controversy surrounding the use of SG balls in Tests in India. Skipper Virat Kohli and ace spinner Ravichandran Ashwin are not in favour using SG ball.India’s tour of Australia starts with a three-match Twenty20 International series from November 21. The two cricketing giants will then play four Tests before a three-match one day international series in January 2019.(With inputs from PTI)last_img read more

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Notre Dame’s ‘Shamrock Series’ Uniforms Aren’t Getting Great Reviews

first_imgA closeup of Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly.LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 24: Notre Dame Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly looks on during the game against the USC Trojans at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on November 24, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)Thursday night, Notre Dame officially unveiled the uniforms the team will wear for its ‘Shamrock Series’ contest against Navy this November. It doesn’t look like Fighting Irish fans are thrilled with how they turned out.The new digs, which feature green jerseys, gold pants and gold helmets, pay homage to the slogan “God. Country. Notre Dame.” while also having a military feel. Fans don’t seem to like the color scheme – and they’re letting Under Armour know about it.A CLOSER LOOK: The HelmetThe #ShamrockSeries helmet is hand-painted illustration of motif above Basilica doorway. pic.twitter.com/BRTmbol9nP— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) July 22, 2016You’ve seen the #ShamrockSeries uniform — now take a closer look at the details. pic.twitter.com/9CNsD9M5wm— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) July 22, 2016The Shamrock Series unis are hideous— JT (@The_VikingJesus) July 22, 2016ND I love y’all but those Shamrock Series uniforms are HIDEOUS. Love the sentiment, hate the execution.— Erin (@claddagh41) July 22, 2016My dog pooped out some new ND unis #ShamrockSeries— CAMP GORE (@CAMPGORE) July 22, 2016Shamrock Series 2016 unis look like they’re made from Ed Hardy factory seconds.— Ben Crystal (@Bennettruth) July 22, 2016Let’s just say that I won’t be buying a shamrock series jersey thus year https://t.co/1ovvFEmEfX— Louis (@louis_mannello) July 22, 2016Those Shamrock Series uniforms are ugly af— Andrew Shepherd (@ashepherd226) July 22, 2016Shamrock series jerseys are straight this year— Matt Donovan (@matt10donovan) July 22, 2016We’re the blue and gold. Not the brown, faint green and mustard yellow. #Barf #ShamrockSeries https://t.co/dlO5v1FKxK— Lawrence Dockery (@ldock93) July 22, 2016Boy, those #ShamrockSeries series unis are about the ugliest thing I’ve ever seen a college football team wear— Sam Myers (@basementball) July 22, 2016Good Lord those are some ugly unis. Probably the second worst, after the 2012 ones we wore against Miami. #ShamrockSeries— Lawrence Dockery (@ldock93) July 22, 2016@NDFootball @UAFootball These are absolute trash, Shamrock Series is supposed to have cool uniforms wtf is this— Graham (@G_ra_ham) July 22, 2016What do you think? Are Notre Dame fans just being uptight or could Under Armour have done better?last_img read more

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A Portrait From Nova Scotias Past Returns

first_imgThe Nova Scotia Museum is celebrating the recent acquisition of a240-year-old portrait of Susanna Francklin. Susanna Francklin was the wife of Michael Francklin,lieutenant-governor for the Halifax colony for several periods inthe 1760s and early 1770s. Her portrait was painted in 1762 byJohn Singleton Copley, a well-known American colonial portraitpainter. The artifact is a significant addition to the provincialcollection. “We were very fortunate to have the opportunity to acquireSusanna Francklin’s portrait for Nova Scotians,” said CalumEwing, director of museum operations. The painting has residedwith a branch of the Uniacke family in England for the past 75years. The acquisition was made with the generous support of the NovaScotia Museum board of governors through its endowment fund, andthe Department of Canadian Heritage with the assistance of aMovable Cultural Property grant. Both of the funding partnersprovided 50 per cent of the purchase price. “This portrait is a piece of our history, and I am very proudthat this government has helped the Nova Scotia Museum obtainit,” said Liza Frulla, federal Minister of Canadian Heritage andMinister responsible for Status of Women. “The portrait of Susanna is a treasure,” said Lloyd Newman,vice-chair of the museum’s board of governors. “It plays animportant part in Nova Scotia’s history. The board of the museumis very pleased to be part of the process that has broughtSusanna home.” The painting has a strong link with the history of Nova Scotiaand with the house at Uniacke Estate Museum Park in MountUniacke, part of the Nova Scotia Museum family of provincialmuseums. A series of portraits that feature Susanna’s husband and herparents are already on public display in Uniacke House. Togetherwith the portrait, these paintings form a significant Canadiancollection of American colonial portrait painting. The portrait of Susanna Francklin will be featured in theexhibition Building our Collections, Preserving our Heritage atthe Museum of Natural History in Halifax until Feb. 7, 2005.last_img read more

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Somalia UN looks to Istanbul forum as key step to aid wartorn

“If we do not make the right commitments and take the right action in Somalia now, the situation will, sooner or later, force us to act and at a much higher price,” Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah told the Security Council, as he presented Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest report on the situation in the Horn of Africa nation.Speaking on the same day that the UN refugee agency called for stepped-up funding to help the hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the fighting in what he called a “horrendous” humanitarian situation, Mr. Ould-Abdallah praised next week’s conference in Istanbul as “an exceptional opportunity to show that Somalia has true friends ready to make a difference…“This conference is first and foremost a show of political solidarity with the Somali people who have suffered so much and been taken hostage by various groups and individuals,” the envoy said, referring to the gathering to be convened by the Turkish Government and Mr. Ban on 22 May.“It is also a sign of hope sent to Somalis that they are not alone. In addition to addressing security issues and global threats including piracy, the conference will also provide a platform for the Somali private sector, international business and Governments to launch new initiatives for reconstruction and job creation.”Despite suggestions that it is either too early or too late for such a high level meeting, “we should all recognize that, after years of anarchy, there will never be a right time in Somalia. We have to act, and to act now,” he added of a country that has had no central government and has been torn by factional conflict for nearly two decades.The top UN political official also stressed the importance of the Istanbul meeting today. “We would not at any time, of course, underestimate the difficulties and the fragility of Somalia but we do believe that progress has been and can be built upon,” Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe told a news conference.He cited the survival of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) against numerous attacks, its first steps towards developing its own police and security forces, and the interest it has aroused in the Somali business community and in bringing back investment to the country.“This effort has to succeed but is clearly going to require determined, sustained efforts by both the Somalis and the international community to make it happen,” he said. “This is where the Istanbul conference fits in. It will give an opportunity to look at how far we’ve come and what still needs to be done. It should help us increase international awareness of what’s at stake in Somalia and increase international commitment to help in a coordinated way.“It should also help focus the attention of the Somalis themselves, including the TFG, on where they need to step up their efforts.”On the military front, Mr. Ould-Abdallah called for a big increase in and help for the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia (AMISOM), which now numbers less than 7,000 troops, as it carries out its task of protecting the TFG institutions and assisting the needy in the face of violent attacks from Islamic militants. At the same time, the international community should provide equipment and salaries for the TFG’s own nascent forces. In the political field, he urged the TFG to show unity and a common purpose, calling on the international community to fulfil its commitments, especially by disbursing pledged resources. He noted that the TFG had succeeded in reaching out to other groups committed to peace, signing an accord with Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamaa, a key religious and resistance movement, which could provide a blueprint for future agreements.“I would like to reiterate that the door of peace is open to all Somalis wishing to end the agony of their country,” stressed Mr. Ould-Abdallah, who serves as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS). On the humanitarian front, where the situation “remains horrendous” despite the laudable work of the World Food Programme (WFP), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and other agencies, he called for full cooperation between Governments, development agencies, business associations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), urging the agencies to again show a physical presence in the violence-shattered land.“If we want to make a decisive difference, there is no alternative to moving the international community to Mogadishu to be closer to the victims,” he stressed. “The remote control from Nairobi (capital of neighbouring Kenya) is not leading to progress.”Once this close collaboration is established, it can lead to a major move away from past practices of managing the status quo. “In that context, the Istanbul conference comes at the right time,” Mr. Ould-Abdallah declared. “It shows the Somalis and their leaders that there are personalities, countries and organizations that are genuinely ready and committed to working with them for peace and stability.”In Geneva today, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched two supplementary appeals totalling $60 million for the nearly 2 million Somalis displaced both inside and outside their country, bringing its total budget for 2010 for Somalia and its four neighbouring countries – Kenya, Yemen, Ethiopia and Djibouti – to nearly $425 million.“The displacement crisis is worsening with the deterioration of the situation inside Somalia and we need to prepare fast for new and possibly large-scale displacement,” Deputy High Commissioner Alexander Aleinikoff said. “We need to be ready.” 12 May 2010On the eve of a major global conference on Somalia, the top United Nations envoy in the war-torn nation urged the world community to provide the needed resources on the military, political and humanitarian fronts now to prevent an even worse scenario from arising. read more

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Sexual relations lead to misconduct charges for Hamilton cop

(Update)He was Hamilton’s first police officer dedicated to the investigation of human trafficking. Now this sergeant is facing charges relating to an alleged sexual relationship with a witness.Sergeant Derek Mellor made his first appearance today at central station in Hamilton on of 11 counts of misconduct under the Police Services Act. A 14 year veteran of the force, he became the first officer dedicated to human trafficking in July 2011.The charges he is facing range from two counts of engaging in sexual activity with women who were potential witnesses, charges of sending pictures and a video of a sexual nature to those same witnesses and members of victim services; also having an inappropriate relationship with a human trafficking investigator.The charges of misconduct that mellor is facing today date back to may of 2011 before he was officially dedicated to the investigation of trafficking. The investigation dates back to last November when a 19 year old former sex trade worker came to police.Mellor has been on suspension since December. At today’s hearing the case was put over until July 30th at 10 am when they will meet again by conference call. Mellor has not yet entered a plea.Melissa Raftis has more from our newsroom.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09 read more

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Security Council demands end to Israeli measures in and around Ramallah

With the United States abstaining on a resolution that was negotiated through Monday night and adopted in the early hours of this morning, the United Nations Security Council demanded that Israel immediately cease measures in and around Ramallah, including the destruction of Palestinian civilian and security infrastructure.The Council also demanded the “expeditious withdrawal of the Israeli occupying forces from Palestinian cities towards the return to the positions held prior to September 2000.” In addition, it reiterated past calls for a complete halt to all acts of violence, “including all acts of terror, provocation, incitement and destruction.”In another provision of the resolution, which was submitted by Bulgaria, France, Norway, Ireland and the United Kingdom, the Council called on the Palestinian Authority to meet its expressed commitment to bring to justice those responsible for terrorist acts.The Security Council also threw its full backing behind efforts of the diplomatic Quartet – the United Nations, European Union, Russian Federation and United States – which just last week outlined a roadmap for achieving a final settlement of the conflict in three years. The Council called upon the Israeli Government, the Palestinian Authority and all States in the region to cooperate with those efforts. In that context, the Council also recognized the continuing importance of the initiative endorsed at the Arab League Summit held in Beruit in March.Explaining his country’s decision to abstain in the voting, James B. Cunningham of the United States said the resolution failed to explicitly condemn terrorists or those who gave them safe haven. Noting that those responsible for killing civilians obstructed both the Quartet’s peace efforts and Palestinian reforms, he named in particular Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade. The resolution had started the process of taking a clear stand against terrorists, but did not go far enough, he said, adding that it lacked the clarity of a draft submitted by the United States.The meeting, which spanned over 16 hours of both formal and closed-door sessions, heard from more than 40 participants, including UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, during the public debate. read more

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Leons selects frmr Walmart Canada executive as new president of The Brick

by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 20, 2013 9:25 am MDT Leon’s selects frmr Walmart Canada executive as new president of The Brick AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Leon’s Furniture Ltd. (TSX:LNF) is installing a new president at The Brick Ltd., which it acquired in March through a friendly takeover.Jim Caldwell — who held several positions at Walmart Canada before he joined The Brick — will succeed Vi Konkle, effective Sept. 27.Konkle has been The Brick’s president since January 2012. Prior to that, she was the Brick’s president of business support since February 2010.

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Bengals put OT Fisher on injury list bring back Andre Smith

CINCINNATI — The Bengals put offensive tackle Jake Fisher on injured reserve with a back injury Thursday and brought back Andre Smith for his third stint in Cincinnati.Fisher filled in for injured left tackle Cordy Glenn during a 35-20 loss to the Browns on Sunday and got hurt, leaving the Bengals (5-6) with no depth on the line. Glenn, who also has a back injury, hasn’t practiced this week as Cincinnati gets set to host Denver (5-6).Smith was the Bengals’ first-round pick in 2009 and played seven seasons in Cincinnati before going to Minnesota in 2016. He returned to the Bengals for the 2017 season and wasn’t signed to a new deal. He played for Arizona and was waived on Monday.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press

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This chart shows just how much Dublin property prices drive up the

first_img(Image: CSO) Click here for larger versionTHE LATEST FIGURES on property prices from the Central Statistics Office show a rise in the national level of 6.4 per cent in the year to December 2013, though this is mostly driven by increased prices in the capital.This national figure compares to a drop of 4.5 per cent in 2012. Over the month of December, residential prices increased by 0.3 per cent nationally with Dublin house prices 15.3 per cent higher than a year ago and apartment prices in the capital more than 20 per cent higher.As the chart above shows, when Dublin is excluded, there is an overall decline in prices. Nationally, excluding Dublin, prices are 0.4 per cent lower than they were last year.Estate agents Savills said that the rapid price growth in Dublin’s market is likely to continue until more supply comes on stream and these figures “signal the need for redevelopment”.Read: House prices in the euro area are still on the rise>Read: Rise in Dublin house prices masks fall in every other part of the country>last_img read more

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Forteresse de Belgrade des engrais pour fleurs destructeurs

first_imgForteresse de Belgrade : des engrais pour fleurs destructeurs Ce n’est pas le charbon utilisé pour le chauffage mais bien des fleurs qui endommageraient la forteresse de Belgrade, capitale de Serbie. Une étude menée par des chercheurs a démontré que les engrais présents dans les parterres de fleurs dégradent le monument.Les fortifications de Belgrade furent érigées au Moyen Âge sur le plateau Kalemegdan qui surplombe la confluence du Danube et de la Sava. Le paysage y est devenu magnifique mais on observe depuis une vingtaine d’années la formation de croûtes noires qui étaient jusqu’à maintenant attribuées au chauffage au charbon. Mais en vérité, ses croûtes noires trouveraient leur origine ailleurs : dans les engrais utilisés sur la propriété.À lire aussi15 fleurs incroyables qui ne ressemblent pas… à des fleurs !En effet, des chercheurs serbes en collaboration avec le Laboratoire de dynamique, interactions et réactivité ont étudié la pierre calcaire des murs des remparts de la forteresse. Ils ont ainsi mis en évidence d’importantes quantités de syngénite, un sulfate double de potassium et de calcium. Or, cette molécule déjà observée sur d’autres surfaces n’avait encore jamais été constaté sur de la pierre calcaire aussi pure. Interloqués, les scientifiques se sont alors rendus compte que les sols avoisinant les remparts présentaient une concentration anormale de potassium dans le sol avoisinant les remparts. Un élément que l’on retrouve massivement dans les engrais utilisés pour prendre soin des parterres de fleurs qui entourent la forteresse, rapporte notre-planete.info. Selon l’étude dont les résultats seront publiées dans la revue Journal of Cultural Heritage, c’est donc ce potassium, mis en contact avec l’eau acidifiée des pluies qui provoquerait la formation des fameuses croûtes noires qui maculent les murs des remparts. Seule solution d’après les chercheurs : éviter d’utiliser des engrais trop riches en potassium pour les parterres de fleurs à proximité du monument. Mais des mesures sur site sont prévues pour cartographier l’ampleur du phénomène.Le 8 janvier 2012 à 10:14 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Une zone morte dune superficie record se forme dans le golfe du

first_imgUne ‘zone morte’ d’une superficie record se forme dans le golfe du MexiqueSelon plusieurs scientifiques américains, un manque d’oxygène d’une étendue record pourrait créer dans le golfe du Mexique dès cette année une vaste “zone morte”. Autrement dit, une zone dans laquelle aucune vie marine ne serait possible.C’est un rapport de l’Agence océanique et atmosphérique américaine (NOAA) qui a dévoilé l’existence de l’inquiétant phénomène. Dans les profondeurs du golfe du Mexique, serait actuellement en train de se former un vaste périmètre où la vie marine deviendrait impossible, en raison d’un manque d’oxygène. D’après les chercheurs, cette “zone morte” pourrait dépasser les 22.000 kilomètres carrés, soit l’équivalent de la superficie de l’Etat du New Jersey. Elle deviendrait alors l’une des plus vastes zones mortes du monde.   En effet, ce genre de phénomène est en réalité loin d’être inédit dans le Golfe du Mexique. En 2002 déjà, une zone morte de 21.965 kilomètres carrés avait été constatée au large de la Louisiane, du Texas et de la Floride. C’était alors la plus importante jamais observée dans la région, précise la NOAA sur son site Internet. Mais celle qui est actuellement en train d’apparaitre pourrait être encore plus importante. D’après les scientifiques, une telle dégradation serait due à une pollution d’origine agricole, aggravée par les conditions météorologiques. Une “zone morte” due à des algues envahissantesAvec les vents, le ruissellement des eaux de pluies et d’importantes inondations, des quantités très importantes d’azote et de phosphore issus des engrais de l’industrie agricole ont atteint les eaux du Mississippi puis du Golfe. Or, ces polluants font proliférer des algues géantes qui lorsqu’elles coulent dans les fonds, sont décomposées par des bactéries. Mais ces micro-organismes captent l’oxygène, réduisant peu à peu la concentration de cet élément pourtant essentiel. Comme celui-ci n’est pas remplacé, l’oxygène se raréfie jusqu’à atteindre une teneur inférieure à 2 milligrammes par litre d’eau. Ceci est insuffisant pour les organismes marins qui colonisent les fonds. Aussi, les crustacés, les moules ou les vers qui ne peuvent facilement se déplacer meurent asphyxiés. Les poissons eux peuvent se déplacer vers des zones plus oxygénées mais s’ils ne font pas assez vite, ils peuvent perdre connaissance et également mourir par asphyxie. D’ailleurs, même s’ils parviennent à se déplacer la raréfaction des autres espèces dont ils se nourrissent peut grandement menacer leur survie. Or, la situation est d’autant plus sérieuse que la particularité de cette zone demeure invisible, souligne Donald Scavia, écologiste aquatique de l’Université du Michigan.  Une zone freinée par la tempête ? Ces zones sans vie marine dans le golfe du Mexique “affectent des pêcheries d’importance commerciale nationale et menacent l’économie de la région”, souligne la NOAA. “En 2012, le golfe du Mexique avait connu sa quatrième plus petite zone morte dans les annales, avec 5482 km2, à cause de la sécheresse qui avait frappé le Midwest”, rappelle l’organisation. Cette nouvelle zone morte pourrait donc être quatre fois plus importante, à moins qu’une grosse tempête tropicale ne touche la région.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?”Si la zone morte actuellement en formation connaît une grosse tempête tropicale entre juillet et août la projection actuelle pourrait passer à seulement 13.800 kilomètres carrés”, précise la NOAA. Ce serait donc en dessous de la moyenne des zones mortes dans le golfe du Mexique qui était de 14.500 kilomètres carrés ces cinq dernières années. Mais, l’Europe n’est pas épargnée puisque la plus grande zone sans vie jamais enregistrée a été repérée en 2010 dans les eaux de la mer Baltique. Des zones qui se multiplient dans le monde En 2003, 150 zones mortes avaient été repérées dans le monde. Selon un rapport présenté à l’ONU, ce chiffre est passé à 450 en 2008. Si la plus grande jamais observée atteindrait 70.000 kilomètres carrés, la majorité est bien moins étendue et certaines ne sont que temporaires. Néanmoins, le retour à la normale prend beaucoup de temps et varie en fonction de l’ampleur et de la durée du phénomène. De plus, ce retour à la normale exige d’agir sur la source du problème, ce qui n’est pas toujours évident, en particulier lorsqu’il s’agit de renoncer à l’utilisation des produits chimiques dans l’agriculture. Le 27 juin 2013 à 18:35 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Les 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 9 mars

first_imgLes 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 9 marsUne plongée dans Jupiter, un recyclage du plastique problématique et le mystère d’une aviatrice, voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 9 mars. – La Norvège vient d’augmenter son quota annuel de chasse à la baleine. Il est désormais fixé à 1.278 cétacés. Cette augmentation vise à raviver cette pratique qui connait un net déclin depuis plusieurs années, malgré la controverse. En 2017, 432 baleines ont été tuées sur un quota de 999. – Nouvelle plongée dans Jupiter. La sonde Juno a livré des données inédites sur les cyclones qui sévissent au niveau du pôle Nord de la planète Selon ces données, ces phénomènes seraient plus profondément ancrés et dureraient plus longtemps que tous les processus atmosphériques similaires ayant cours sur Terre. – Seulement un quart des emballages en plastique sont recyclés en France. C’est la conclusion de l’enquête menée par le magazine 60 millions de consommateurs. Un chiffre qui traduit “un énorme problème sur le recyclage des plastiques” selon les auteurs de l’enquête alors que la France vise 100% de plastique recyclé en 2025.  – La lutte contre les fake news est loin d’être gagnée. En menant une vaste étude sur la question, des chercheurs ont constaté que les fake news ont 70% plus de chances d’être partagées sur le réseau social Twitter que la vérité. Les fausses informations circuleraient ainsi beaucoup plus vite et auprès de bien plus de personnes. – Un adolescent australien finit paralysé après avoir avalé une limace. Le cas parait insolite et pourtant il est bien réel. La limace était en réalité porteuse d’un nématode parasite qui a causé une grave infection du cerveau. L’adolescent est alors tombé dans le coma pendant 420 jours avant de se réveiller paralysé des pieds jusqu’au cou.   À lire aussiInfection, gaspillage et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 29 août- Cecil le lion aurait souffert de 10 heures d'”incroyable cruauté” avant sa mort. C’est ce qu’affirme le biologiste Andrew Loveridge dans un mémoire consacré au mâle tué en 2015. Walter Palmer, le dentiste américain à l’origine de sa mort a en effet utilisé une flèche pour l’abattre, laissant ensuite l’animal agoniser pendant des heures.    – Le mystère de l’aviatrice Amelia Earhart sera-t-il bientôt résolu ? Des os retrouvés sur une île du Pacifique appartiendraient bien à l’aventurière disparue en 1937. Si elle reste à confirmer, cette découverte suggère que l’aviatrice ne se serait pas écrasée en mer mais aurait réussi à atterrir sur l’île en question avant d’y mourir. – Le télescope Hubble vient de dévoiler une nouvelle image spectaculaire. Elle montre Arp 256, une paire de galaxies spirales barrées capturée à 350 millions d’années-lumière de la Terre. Les deux ont commencé à fusionner, éjectant au passage du gaz, de la poussière et des étoiles. Une scène aussi splendide que fascinante à observer pour le télescope. Le 9 mars 2018 à 00:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Geek Deals Roundup Save on the New Dell XPS 13 QuadCore Laptop

first_imgNeed a shiny new laptop? Good news – Dell is offering up its first discount on the latest iteration of the XPS 13. With an eighth generation Intel Core i7 CPU, a speedy solid-state drive, and a full HD display, you’re getting a whole lot of laptop for just $1000. There’s also plenty of great last minute Valentine’s Day deals on offer, so check out the following deals.Featured DealsDell XPS 13 8th-gen Intel Core i7-8550U Quad-core 13.3-inch 1080p Ultra-thin Laptop with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD for $999.99 at Dell (List price: $1299.99).Dell XPS 8910 Intel Core i7-6700 Quad-Core Win10 Pro Desktop with 16GB RAM, 2GB AMD GPU for $669.99 at Dell (Coupon code: XPS669 – List price: $1129.99).Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Core i5-7200U 15.6-inch Win10 Pro Laptop for $399.99 at Dell (Coupon code: INS399 – List price: $709.99).Huawei Mate 10 Pro 128GB Unlocked Smartphone and $150 Amazon Gift Card (Pre-Order) for $799.99 at Amazon (List price: $949.99).AncestryDNA: Genetic Testing DNA Ancestry Test Kit with Free 1-Day Prime Shipping for $69 at Amazon (List price: $99).Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch with Built-in GPS for $269.99 at Amazon (List price: $349.99).Micron 2TB SATA 6Gb/s 2.5-inch Internal Solid State Drive for $384.99 at Amazon.Seagate Backup Plus Hub 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Backup Plus Hub 6TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive for $114.99 at Amazon (List price: $199.99).Logitech Anywhere MX Wireless Laser Mouse (Black) for $29.99 at Dell (List price: $59.99).More Electronics and Tech Deals here.Tools and Home Improvement, Kitchen Gadgets, and moreToday Only: Casper Sleep Memory Foam Mattress (Queen) for $796 at Amazon (List price: $995).Today Only: Avalon Premium 5 Liter Ultrasonic Digital Humidifier for $89.99 at Amazon (List price: $199).23andMe Discove(RED) DNA Test (Health and Ancestry Personal Genetic Service) for $149 at Amazon (List price: $199).PowerBlock Sports 24 Adjustable Dumbbells Set (3-24lbs) for $100 at Amazon (List price: $141.68).TurboTax Deluxe 2017 State and Federal and eFile Tax Software and Bonus Quicken Starter for $39.86 at Amazon (List price: $59.99).Yellow Jacket 12/3 15Amp SJTW Contractor Extension Cord for $29.99 at Amazon (List price: $42.98).HOLSEM 1500W 3.4-Quart 6-in-1 Air Fryer with LED Display for $64.49 at Amazon (Coupon code: 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Strowman vs Lashley in a Falls Count Anywhere Match set for RAW

first_img John Cena’s Replacement At WWE Crown Jewel Possibly Revealed Bobby Lashley Officially Replaces John Cena at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia WWE announced Friday on their website and Twitter that Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley are set to brawl in a Falls Count Anywhere Match this Monday night on RAW live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX.Wrestleview.com will have a live ongoing RAW recap beginning Monday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 CT.Live Post-Show on YouTubeBe sure to join Mike and Victoria Tedesco for another edition of Post-RAW on YouTube after the show.JUST ANNOUNCED: The #MonsterAmongMen @BraunStrowman and @fightbobby are set to BRAWL in a #FallsCountAnywhere Match this coming Monday on #RAW!https://t.co/PNFXRwrcft— WWE (@WWE) June 28, 2019 Now Playing Up Next Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Now Playing Up Next Facebook Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Bobby Lashley Jerome Wilen RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles WrestleMania: SNL Weekend Updates Michael Che And Colin Jost Got Strowman Now Playing Up Next Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For SurgeryVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:01Loaded: 100.00%0:01Remaining Time -0:29 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte WWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For Surgery Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Roman Reigns Google+ Braun Strowman Will Bobby Lashley Finally Face Brock Lesnar? WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)last_img read more

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Seattle man sentenced for ATM skimming spree

first_imgA Seattle man was sentenced to five years in prison, five years in supervised release and ordered to pay more than $400,000 in restitution for an ATM skimming spree in Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Tuesday.Beneyam Asrat G-Sellassie, 23, of Seattle was sentenced for conspiracy to commit access device fraud, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft, U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Drukan said.G-Sellassie pleaded guilty in March. He was arrested in Seattle in June 2011 when Chase bank security personnel told police he was attempting to make withdrawals from compromised accounts from Las Vegas, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office release.At the time of his arrest, G-Sellassie had 22 gift cards that had been turned into counterfeit debit cards. He took more than $435,000 from 639 victims, the attorney’s office said. He allegedly compromised more than 2,000 accounts.“He was very active in Portland” and along the Interstate 5 corridor, said U.S. attorney’s spokeswoman Emily Langlie, adding that it doesn’t appear any of the cases were from Vancouver.The case was investigated by the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.last_img read more

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