A TWO VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN PLYMOUTH COUNTY SUNDAY AFTERNOON SENT ONE DRIVER TO THE HOSPITAL.THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS A SEMI-TRACTOR TRAILER COLLIDED WITH AN S-U-V TOWING A GRAIN HEAD AT THE INTERSECTION OF C-16 AND K-22 JUST BEFORE 1:30PM.THE SHERIFF SAYS THE SEMI WAS SOUTHBOUND ON K-22 WHEN THE WESTBOUND S-U-V CROSSED IN FRONT OF HIM AT THE INTERSECTION.THE DRIVER OF THE S-U-V, 87-YEAR-OLD JAMES UTESCH OF AKRON, WAS AIRLIFTED TO MERCY ONE AND IS NOW LISTED IN STABLE CONDITION.THE SEMI DRIVER, 34-YEAR-OLD CHASE BREITBARTH OF LE MARS, WAS NOT INJURED.THE ACCIDENT REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION.(Updated 9:52am 10/21/19)
Arsenal Gary Neville blasts ‘spineless’ Arsenal after Carabao Cup final Ryan Benson Last updated 1 year ago 04:57 2/26/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Julian Finney Arsenal League Cup Arsenal v Manchester City Manchester City Having watched the Gunners lose 3-0 to Manchester City at Wembley, the former Manchester United defender branded Arsene Wenger’s side “a disgrace” Gary Neville blasted Arsenal for a “spineless” performance as they lost 3-0 to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.Pep Guardiola’s men were convincing victors at Wembley and rarely looked like being stopped from claiming their first piece of silverware under the Catalan coach.Sergio Aguero gave City an 18th-minute lead after shrugging off a limp challenge from Arsenal centre-half Shkodran Mustafi and, although City struggled to hit top form in the first half, they ultimately cruised after the break. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Captain Vincent Kompany doubled their lead in the 58th minute, before David Silva wrapped things up with a fine finish soon after.Former Manchester United defender Neville, now a leading television pundit, branded some Arsenal players “a disgrace”.”Mustafi has to be stronger than that,” Neville said on Sky Sports , referring to Aguero’s goal. “That is pathetic defending.”[Aaron] Ramsey, [Granit] Xhaka, [Mesut] Ozil — you’re walking on a football pitch at Wembley. Why are you walking? You’re a disgrace. An absolute disgrace.”I don’t even want to talk about them because they’ve been an absolute disgrace. Ramsey and Xhaka walking on a football pitch. Absolutely spineless.”And Arsenal favourite Thierry Henry believes some players switched off once they were 2-0 down.Henry said: “When you go 2-0 down against a team like Manchester City, as we saw, when running after the ball they kind of give up which is a bit difficult to understand.”But they did [give up]. They [City] picked them off on the third and it was 3-0.”What impresses me about Man City is Pep again won a final without conceding a goal. We say a lot about how his teams play, but they can defend well, high and in your half.”I used to say when I played under Pep, what was impressive was how we won the ball back and that never got a mention, but hopefully with these guys we’ll talk about it a little bit more.”
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United Airlines executives say business travellers are booking flights at a faster clip than a year ago.The airline said Wednesday that business-travel bookings in the first week of January rose 11 per cent from a year ago. On top of its quarterly earnings that beat expectations, the comments helped boost United’s stock almost 7 per cent in afternoon trading.CEO Oscar Munoz says the partial government shutdown isn’t having a major impact, but the airline is watching the situation closely.Chicago-based United says occasional long security lines haven’t caused it to delay flights. Government security screeners, who aren’t getting paychecks, have been calling in sick at higher rates.United reported Tuesday it earned $462 million in the fourth quarter, down 20 per cent from a year earlier but better than analysts expected.David Koenig, The Associated Press
BRUSSELS — The candidate to become the European Union’s agriculture commissioner says a key goal is promoting the survival of small and family farms.Polish candidate Janusz Wojciechowski says he would put farming at the centre of his policies during a five-year term that starts in November and make family farms a prime driver of progress.During his European Parliament confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Wojciechowski noted a dramatic decline in the number of farms throughout the EU.Wojciechowski said that from 2005 to 2015, the bloc lost 4 million farms and slumped to 11 million.He said that in the time of the three-hour hearing “more than 100 European farmers probably will lose their farm, their job. For many of them it will be tragic.”The Associated Press
“The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reports that three UN convoys left Beirut carrying food and water. Since 23 July, the World Food Programme (WFP) has provided more than 3,000 tons of food. The UN Population Fund (UNFPA) has provided baby kits and hygiene kits to Beirut’s southern suburbs and southern Lebanon,” UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New York.The recent fighting between Hizbollah and Israel in Lebanon damaged or destroyed around 30,000 homes, OCHA said, adding that a quarter of these were in the southern suburbs of Beirut. In total around $3.6 billion worth of physical damage was caused by the fighting, including 145 bridges and overpasses destroyed or damaged and 600 kilometres of roads.“It is the worst I have seen. This town has been flattened… basically all of importance – such as homes, infrastructure, electricity plants, shops, tobacco farms – is gone,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) emergency team member Ingebjorg Karstad, when she arrived in the southern Lebanese town of Ghandurryah.“At least it was nice to be able to say we would be willing to help immediately,” she added, after arriving ahead of an aid convoy yesterday that brought 120 tents, 750 blankets, 750 mattresses, 130 plastic sheets and 130 kitchen sets. “We just want to make sure people get what they need, when we say it.”UNHCR’s distribution of assistance to returned villagers in south Lebanon is now fully operational, a spokesperson said today, adding that the agency is the lead one in the UN system responsible for providing temporary shelter for those outside the major cities who have lost their homes.“There are some displaced people who have not been able to return home. Although the Government estimated 90 percent of the displaced returned within days of the ceasefire, some found their homes either destroyed or uninhabitable and are now staying with friends or relatives,” spokesperson Jennifer Pagonis told reporters in Geneva.There are also some people who have remained where they fled during the fighting, unable to leave because they have no home or are worried about security, including around 2,000 Lebanese in Syria, she said.Unexploded ordnance and cluster bombs are also a major concern for the returnees, with 12 people already being killed and more than 50 injured by the scourge since the cessation of hostilities began on 14 August, OCHA said, quoting figures from the Lebanese Army.
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Eight people rescued from Dublin house fire Some of those rescued are being treated for smoke inhalation. Feb 21st 2017, 8:30 AM EIGHT PEOPLE HAVE been rescued from a house fire in Dublin city.The fire broke out at the house on Mountjoy Square early this morning.Dublin Fire Brigade has dispatched eight pumps, two ambulances, a rescue ladder and an incident command unit to the area.Eight people were rescued and a search for further occupants is being carried out.Five of those rescued are being taken to hospital for smoke inhalation. Short URL 19,674 Views By Paul Hosford 26 Comments Share162 Tweet Email Image: Jamie Martin-Smith Tuesday 21 Feb 2017, 8:30 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Jamie Martin-Smith http://jrnl.ie/3250201
Chauves-souris : pourquoi ne les voit-on jamais le jour ?Mis en ligne récemment sur le bulletin de l’ambassade de France en Allemagne, les résultats d’une étude menée par un institut zoologique allemand montrent l’adaptation quasi-exclusive des chauves-souris à la vie nocturne.Les différences adaptatives essentielles entre les oiseaux et les chauves-souris ? Les premiers ont des plumes thermiquement isolantes, et n’ont une bonne vision que le jour. Les secondes ont des ailes noires membraneuses – véritables capteurs de chaleur – et une bonne vision nocturne, complétée par leur perception sonore exceptionnelle (écholocalisation).À lire aussiEbola : l’origine de l’épidémie la plus meurtrière enfin identifiée ?Résultat : les oiseaux sont diurnes, et les chauves-souris actives de nuit. Ces dernières, constituant l’ordre des chiroptères, qui compte quelque 970 espèces – des microchiroptères aux grandes roussettes -, ont acquis une anatomie et un métabolisme adaptés à la vie nocturne. Si de courts déplacements sont possibles de jour, ils occasionnent rapidement une véritable “surchauffe” de l’animal, dont les ailes emmagasinent les rayons solaires, ainsi qu’un coût énergétique excessif.Ces données ont été obtenues par les chercheurs de l’Institut de recherche sur les animaux sauvages et en captivité (IZW), à Berlin, qui ont mesuré la température corporelle et les dépenses énergétiques de certains de ces animaux à diverses heures de la journée.Le 16 janvier 2011 à 16:43 • Emmanuel Perrin
Grâce à sa coque X-Protect, un iPhone encaisse un tir à 132 km/hLe constructeur G-Form a mis au point une coque pour iPhone qui pourrait intéresser bon nombre d’utilisateurs qui ont vu leur smartphone tomber de la table basse (haute de même pas 30cm) et fracturer son écran.L’iPhone n’est pas réputé pour sa grande résistance, c’est un fait. C’est pourquoi G-Form, spécialiste des accessoires mobiles, s’est lancé un nouveau défi, après avoir inventé une coque pour iPad résistant à la chute d’une boule de bowling. Sa nouvelle création : la coque X-Protect avec lequel votre iPhone 4 n’aura plus peur de rien. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ? La vidéo de démonstration mise en ligne par G-Form parle d’ailleurs d’elle-même. Equipé de la fameuse coque, un iPhone résiste à un tir de crosse de hockey à 132 km/h. Un exploit. Inutile de préciser que le constructeur assure que sa coque résiste de la même manière à tous les chocs et toutes les pressions ambiantes. La X-Protect est vendue 39,95 dollars et arrivera dès la fin du mois de février. Nul doute qu’elle séduira évidemment ceux qui jouent au hockey avec leur téléphone et peut-être ceux qui n’ont pas peur des couleurs fluo.Le 12 février 2012 à 15:03 • Maxime Lambert
The next round is open for Poetry Moves, where Clark County students can submit poetry for display on C-Tran buses.Artstra, the local arts advocacy nonprofit formerly known as Arts of Clark County, is accepting poems from kindergarten to 12th-grade students up to May 1. Participants can submit up to two poems, each of which must be original works and not exceed seven lines.Ten poems will be selected, and will be displayed inside C-Tran buses starting in July.Learn more about the contest, and how to submit, online at poetrymoves.org.
Lyon manager Bruno Genesio felt that his side’s disappointing first-half display cost them a chance of possibly beating Montpellier away on SaturdayLes Gones only really came to life after the break with Nabil Fekir putting them in the lead with a 67th-minute goal as they looked to end 2018 with a five-point advantage over Montpellier.But the hosts, who had a goal ruled out by VAR, soon equalised through a great effort from Rubén Aguilar to settle the score at 1-1.The point left Lyon in third in Ligue 1 and two points above Montpellier in the final Champions League spot having played one more game.“We played two completely different halves,” Genesio told the club website.“We were already on vacation during the first half but had the chance to head into the break scoreless.“We were dominated in the duels, they were more aggressive. We played with more commitment, movement and verticality after the break.How Dagba become one of PSG’s regulars Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 21-year-old full-back Colin Dagba had a very difficult time to break into professional football, but now he’s one of PSG’s regular players.“We knew how to get back on track and dominate the game. It’s a good performance to draw in Montpellier.“But we can have regrets because we might’ve been able to get a better result by playing a better first half.“This is a good point… The record is satisfactory but we could have a few more points. We lost points foolishly in the league. We are in the top three.”Fekir added: “It’s a logical draw even if we are a little disappointed.“We came back with better intentions after the break… We could have finished the year better.“The season is still long. We need to keep the mindset that we had in the second half.”
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NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for a subject who broke into a Northwest Miami-Dade business.The burglar appeared to use a construction backhoe to smash the shutter in front of the business.Police said the thief got away with $400 and other random items.If you have any information on this burglary, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An Anchorage man was arrested following an investigation into a report of a stolen vehicle in Soldotna, on January 31. Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence off Vonda St. in Soldotna, to investigate the stolen vehicle report. According to the online trooper dispatch, while at the residence, contact was made with Joshua Jade Brewer, age 35 of Anchorage. Further investigation revealed Brewer is on Felony Parole for Robbery 1st degree with a travel permit requirement (outside of Anchorage) and had an outstanding parole warrant for absconding. Brewer had also provided a false name when initially contacted. Brewer was remanded at Wildwood Pretrial Facility on a probation violation, the warrant, and a charge of providing False Information.
U.S. News & World Report has taken another step in its evolution away from the printed magazine. In a memo to staffers Friday, CEO Bill Holiber and editor Brian Kelly said the publication would cease printing a regular monthly magazine for subscribers. Instead, U.S. News will publish only a series of single-topic issues that will be available on newsstands and for “targeted distribution.”Those special issues will include the magazine’s college, graduate school, hospital and personal finance guides, as well as four newsstand special editions focusing on history, religion and “some of the other subjects that have been a success for us in the past.” According to the memo, which was published Friday by Romenesko, the December issue of U.S. News will be the last that’s sent to subscribers. The note said that the magazine’s print and digital edition subscriptions “will be filled by other publishers,” although those publishers were not identified.“All of us at U.S. News Media Group have been aggressively responding to the changing habits in the media marketplace, and these latest moves will accelerate our ability to grow our online businesses and position ourselves to take advantage of the emerging platforms for distributing information such as the iPad and Android tablets,” the memo says. “We’ll discuss this in more detail in meetings starting next week.” Once considered a distant third in the newsweekly category to Time and Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report announced in June 2008 that it would shift its frequency to biweekly in 2009. By November 2008, with print advertising in a precipitous decline, the U.S. News Media Group amended its plan, opting to go monthly instead.
Kottayam (Kerala): The Principal Sessions court in Kottayam has found 10 persons guilty in the honour killing of 24-year-old Kevin Joseph and has reserved the sentencing order for Saturday. On May 28 last year, the Kerala Police had fished out the body of Kevin Joseph, who had married Neenu Chacko (20), who belonged to a higher caste. The autopsy report had revealed that Kevin was tortured to death. Also Read – BJP launches anti-AAP campaign to save Delhi Advertise With Us Among those who were found guilty include Neenu Chacko’s brother Shanu, who is the first accused. Neenu’s father, who was the fifth accused in the case, was let off along with three others. Reacting to the order, Joseph’s father said that it was unfortunate that four of the accused, including Neenu’s father, have been let off. “I will react once the punishment is announced on Saturday. We are not happy that her father and three others have been let off. We will contest this,” said Joseph’s father. Also Read – In his first after abrogation of Art 370, Army chief to visit Srinagar today Advertise With Us Kottayam Superintendent of Police Harisankar, who led the investigating team, said the police were happy that this tough case has been solved, and were now waiting to see the full judgement as to how the four acquittals happened. “It was a tough case because we had to work on circumstantial evidence. The hard work done by our team has paid off,” Harisankar said.
Amit Shah: NDA will fight the 2019 Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi BJP workers holding party flags and Narendra Modi masks gear up for election campaign ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha polls in Ranchi on March 17, 2019.IANSPrime Minister Narendra Modi will fight again from his Varanasi constituency while BJP President Amit Shah will make his debut in Lok Sabha polls from Gandhinagar, BJP leader J.P. Nadda announced on Thursday.The Gandhinagar seat is currently held by veteran Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani, who has been winning the seat consecutively from 1998.The BJP’s Central Election Committee, after three marathon meetings on Thursday, issued its first list of 184 candidates, across 20 states and union territories.The party has announced 28 candidates from Uttar Pradesh, including Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh, in the first list, while denying tickets to six sitting MPs, including a Union Minister.Rajnath Singh will again contest from Lucknow while Union Ministers Gen. V.K. Singh (retd), Mahesh Sharma and Santosh Gangwar have been fielded from their respective constituencies – Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar and Bareilly.Union Minister Smriti Irani will again face Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, while film actress-turned-politician Hema Malini will contest from her Mathura seat.Former Union Minister Sanjeev Kumar Balyan will fight from his Muzaffarnagar seat against Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh, while Union Minister Satyapal Singh will again contest from his Baghpat seat against the RLD chief’s son Jayant Chaudhary.Union Minister Krishna Raj has been replaced in Shahjahanpur by Arun Sagar and Agra MP Ram Shankar Katheria by Uttar Pradesh Minister S.P. Baghel. BJP President Amit Shah addresses during the two-day long National Council meeting at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi, on Jan 11, 2019.IANSBJP chief Shah will contest the Lok Sabha polls for the first time. In 2017, he was elected to Rajya Sabha after a 20-year-long stint in Gujarat Assembly. He was also a minister in the Narendra Modi-led state government between 2002-2010.The BJP, which has already announced that none of its 10 sitting MPs in Chhattisgarh will be repeated, finalised the names of five candidates from the state.Among the other prominent leaders announced in the first list are Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari (Nagpur), Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (Jaipur Rural), D.V. Sadananda Gowda (Bengaluru North), Jitendra Singh (Jammu-Udhampur), Arjun Ram Meghwal (Bikaner), Pon Radhakrishnan (Kanniyakumari).In Rajasthan, 16 candidates have been announced and two sitting MPs denied ticket. Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal will again contest from Bikaner and Gajendra Singh Shekhawat from Jodhpur.Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s son Dushyant Singh has again been fielded from Jhalawar. The party has fielded new faces from Ajmer and Jhunjhunu.In Maharashtra, the list includes sitting MPs – Union Ministers Hansraj Ahir (Chandrapur) and Subhash Bhamre (Dhule), Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha chief Poonam Mahajan (Mumbai North Central) and late Union Minister Gopinath Munde’s daughter Pritam Munde (Beed).Nadda also said that candidates for all the 17 seats it will contest in Bihar have been cleared by the party’s Central Election Committee and sent to the state election panel. These will be announced subsequently, he said. BJP leader Babul Supriyo addresses a press conference in Kolkata, on March 20, 2019.IANSIn Bengal, Union Minister Babul Supriyo will fight to retain his Asanol seat, where he will face Trinamool Congress’s Moon Moon Sen, who has shifted from Bankura. The BJP has also fielded Bengali film actress Locket Chatterjee from Hooghly, State BJP chief Dilip Ghosh from Medinipore, Chandra Kumar Bose from Kolkata South and Rahul Sinha from Kolkata North.The party has also fielded former Trinamool leaders Anupam Hazra, who will contest against film actress-turned-Trinamool candidate Mimi Chakraborty in Jadavpur, and Saumitra Khan in Bishnupur. Khagen Murmu, who switched over to the party from the Communist Party of India-Marxist, will face sitting MP Mausam Noor, who quit the Congress for the Trinamool, in Malda North.The BJP also fielded Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda, who had quit Odisha’s ruling Biju Janata Dal to join it, from Kendrapara. In picture: KJ Alphons.Twitter/KJ Alphons official handleBJP’s Kerala strongman Kummanam Rajasekharan, who recently quit as Mizoram Governor, will fight against Congress’s Shashi Tharoor in Thiruvanthapuram, while Union Minister K.J. Alphons will contest from Ernakulam.The BJP also fielded its Tamil Nadu unit chief Tamilisai Soundararajan from Thoothukudi from where DMK’s K. Kanimozhi is contesting.In Telangana, former Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has been replaced in Secunderabad by former state unit chief G. Kishan Reddy, while Congress leader and former minister D. K. Aruna, who joined the BJP on Wednesday, was named as the candidate from Mahabubnagar.Nadda, who had announced that Minister of State from Home Kiren Rijiju will contest from Arunanchal East, later corrected himself, saying he would be contesting again from Arunachal West. Close
Tagore International School in the Capital opened their doors for students from Pakistan in a student exchange program called Students Exchange For Change-II, initiated by Indian NGO Routes 2 Roots and The Citizens Archive of Pakistan (CAP). The aim of the program was to was to encourage friendship between school students across the border. The participants aged between 10 and 14 years were a part of the initiative.During the programme the children screened a short audio-video clip about their parents, grandparents and their different cultures. These students have been exchanging letters and post cards for 16 months under the program. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’This workshop aims to bring the nations closer as they to get familiar with shared histories, traditions and stories. The children were overwhelmed to learn the past history of their ancestor as they were once all one and united.’This program is very close to my heart and has given me immense satisfaction to see the growing friendship between the children. It is a pleasure to see the growing understanding between the students, change in their perceptions and reducing biased thinking, which helps them to dream of a brighter future,’ said Tina Vachani, founder of Route 2 Route.
NCL extends Canada At Par pricing until Sept. 30 Share Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Travelweek Group Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Posted by TORONTO — Norwegian Cruise Line has extended its Canada At Par Pricing Sale until Sept. 30, giving Canadians even more reason to book a cruise in 2017 and 2018.The sale applies to departures from New York, Boston, Florida and more to destinations such as Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe, Canada & New England, and Australia & New Zealand. Plus, when clients book any stateroom on select 2017 and 2018 sailings, they’ll receive special discounted pricing in Canadian dollars.Itineraries include:The seven-day Bahamas & Florida from New York onboard Norwegian Breakaway to Orlando, Great Stirrup Cay (Bahamas), NassauThe seven-day Eastern Caribbean from Miami onboard Norwegian Escape to St. Thomas, Tortola, NassauThe 10-day Canary Islands, Spain & Morocco from Barcelona onboard Norwegian Spirit to Casablanca, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands), Funchal (Madeira), Granada and Alicante (Spain)The seven-day Bermuda onboard Norwegian Breakaway from New York & Norwegian Dawn from Boston, with three days in Royal Naval DockyardThe 10-day Australia & New Zealand Sydney to Auckland onboard Norwegian Jewel to Melbourne, Burnie, Tasmania, Wellington, Napier, Touranga, Bay of Islands, AucklandThe seven-day Western Caribbean from Tampa onboard Norwegian Dawn to Cozumel, Costa Maya (Mexico), Roatan, Bay Islands, Harvest CayeMore news: Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughtsA deposit must be made to lock in at-par pricing at the current rate. << Previous PostNext Post >>