Christopher was also a footballer and had previously had trials at Brentford in 2011, and also tried out for non-league side Stalybridge Celtic. He played football at amateur level and was most recently on the books with French fifth-tier side Toulouse Rodeo. The incident comes just hours after Serge had played for Spurs in their 2-1 win over Arsenal in the north London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Aurier played the full 90 minutes as Jose Mourinho’s side came from a goal down to beat their fiercest rivals thanks to a late header by Toby Alderweireld. Spurs defender Serge Aurier Read Also: UEFA reacts after CAS overturned Man City’s two-year UCL ban The Ivorian, a 62-cap international, moved to Tottenham in 2017 from PSG and has gone on to make 79 appearances for the club, scoring six goals. He helped Spurs to the final of the Champions League last season where they were beaten by Liverpool in Madrid. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The brother of Tottenham defender Serge Aurier has been shot dead in the early hours of Monday morning in Toulouse, France. Christopher Aurier, 26, was shot in the abdomen outside a nightclub in the French city with the suspect on the run, report French outlet Europe1. Spurs have now confirmed the man shot was the brother of full-back Aurier. A club statement said: “The Club is deeply saddened to confirm media reports that Serge Aurier’s brother passed away in the early hours of this morning. “Everybody at the Club sends their sincerest condolences to Serge and his family. Our thoughts are with them all.” Police were called by members of the public and the area is said to have been closed off for investigation. The incident took place at around 5am on the Boulevard de Thibaud. Christopher was later pronounced dead at hospital.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World6 Things You Didn’t Know About Channing Tatum’s Ex-Wife7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?
While Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide stay-at-home order Wednesday afternoon in order to allow maximum adherence to the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, he had already ordered all “non-essential” businesses in South Florida to shut down last week.For those of who wondering what is considered “essential” in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, here is a helpful list:-Health care providers, including hospitals, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, urgent care centers, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, physical therapists, mental health professionals, psychiatrists, therapists, pharmacies, blood banks, medical cannabis facilities, health care device manufacturers, eye care centers, home health care providers, reproductive health care providers and medical transport services.-Retail sales of household consumer products, including grocery stores, farmers’ markets, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, food banks, convenience stores.-Food cultivation, including farming, livestock and fishing.-Businesses that provide food, shelter and social services to the homeless or otherwise economically needy.-Newspapers, television, radio and other media.-Gas stations, auto-supply and auto-repair stores.-New and used automobile dealerships.-Banks and related financial institutions.-Hardware stores.-Contractors, other tradesmen, appliance repair personnel, home security firms, fire and water damage restoration, public adjusters, exterminators, and others who maintain the safety and sanitation of homes and other buildings.-Businesses providing mailing and shipping services.-Private colleges, technical schools and trade schools, but only as needed for online or distance learning.-Laundromats and dry cleaners.-Restaurants, for take out and delivery only, including schools that provide free meals to students, as long as the meals are picked up curbside.-Office-supply stores that sell goods people need to work from home.-Businesses that supply other essential businesses and do not involve interaction with the public.-Businesses that deliver groceries, food, goods or services directly to residences.-Airlines, taxis and other private transportation providers.-Home-based care for seniors, adults or children.-Assisted living facilities, nursing homes, senior living centers and adult day care centers.-Professional services such as legal or accounting, when needed to comply with legal requirements.-Landscaping and pool care businesses.-Child care facilities, subject to restrictions on the number of children and how they are grouped together.-Businesses operating airports, seaports and other government facilities.-Pet supply stores.-Logistics providers, including warehouses, trucking, consolidators, fumigators and handlers.-Telecommunications providers, including sales of computer or telecommunications devices.-Provision of propane or natural gas.-Office space or administrative support for any other essential business.-Open construction sites.-Architectural, engineering or land surveying services.-Factories, bottling plants or other industrial facilities.-Waste management services.-Any business that interacts with customers solely through electronics or telephones and delivering products through shipping, mailing or delivery.-Marinas and boat launches, docking, fueling and marine supply, with some exceptions on municipal boat launches.-Veterinarians and pet-boarding facilities.-Hotels, motels and other commercial lodging, subject to restrictions on restaurants and gyms and only for “essential lodgers,” meaning health care professionals, first responders, National Guard members, law enforcement, state or federal government employees, airline crew, patients and their families, journalists, displaced residents or visitors, persons sheltering due to domestic violence, hotel employees or contractors, people who are unable to stay in their homes due to exigent circumstances, and anyone providing direct services in response to COVID-19.-Mortuaries, funeral homes and cemeteries.-Alcoholic beverage sales.-Firearm and ammunition supply.-Businesses providing services to local, state or federal government.In Broward and Palm Beach counties, the list of “essential businesses” also includes “electrical production and distribution services” and “moving, storage and relocation services.”In Palm Beach County, marinas and boat launches are not considered essential. To that end, county officials recently shut them down. Meanwhile, Palm Beach County is also the only county that lists “Business deemed critical for national security including, but not limited to, defense, intelligence and aerospace development, manufacturing and testing” as essential.850 WFTL reminds you to stay safe!
According to plea documents, Gedlu admitted he threatened Trump’s life on social media, stating on YouTube: “I am waiting for Trump to visit Dallas before I attempt to assassinate him.”Photo courtesy: Keller Detention FacilityDuring the court proceedings, prosecutors said that on May 31, 2018, Gedlu was observed across the street from Dallas’ Adolphus Hotel just 30 minutes before Trump arrived there for a fundraiser.Dallas police officers noticed that Gedlu was holding a “Kill Trump” sign and arrested him as he screamed “kill the president.”Prosecutors said the U.S. Secret Service and Dallas Police partnered on the investigation. A Texas man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for threatening to assassinate President Trump, prosecutors say.The suspect, 36-year-old Mickael Gedlu was sentenced Friday, officials with the U.S. attorney’s office in Dallas announced. He pleaded guilty last December to making threats against the president.
Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The draws for the 2017 FROT Group/Edo FA Cup is scheduled for Saturday at the Media Centre of the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City, organisers of the competition have said.According to Chairman, Edo FA, Frank Ilaboya, 27 clubs (24 male and three female) will compete in this year’s edition.The three female clubs are Edo Queens, Fortress and Martin White Doves, while five clubs namely champions Ineh Stars, BJ Foundation, Dynamite FC, Buffalo FC and Insurance were seeded in the men’s category of the event.Ilaboya said the state FA had made adequate preparations to make this year’s edition a memorable one.He also hailed President of FROT Group, sponsors of the event, Frank Momoh, for his efforts in football and sports development in Edo State.“In our bid to stage a memorable draws for the 2017 FROT Group Edo FA Cup, we have invited prominent Edo ex-internationals and coaches including Alabi Aisien, Lawrence Akpokona, Ndubuisi Okosieme, Wilson Oboh and several others.“We have also made plans to make it the best and most glamorous FA Cup ever witnessed in the state; we thank Mr. Frank Momoh for his wonderful support for the competition, which has helped bring back its glamour,” Ilaboya stated.
Published on March 20, 2013 at 9:48 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Michael_Cohen13 Facebook Twitter Google+ SAN JOSE, Calif. — For the second time in two years, Syracuse entered the NCAA Tournament in the middle of a story where basketball was not the focus. Its on-the-court achievements and current preparation once again took a backseat to reports of NCAA activity that cast a bit of a cloud over a team playing arguably the best it has all season.“Same story they had last year at this time,” head coach Jim Boeheim said. “I guess that’s annual. I guess next year we’ll get it again.”CBS Sports reported Wednesday that the Syracuse basketball team has been under investigation for a period of years, and that the school has received a letter of preliminary inquiry from the NCAA. The article comes one year after Fab Melo was pronounced ineligible two days before the Orange took the floor against UNC-Asheville in Pittsburgh.Boeheim fielded a handful of questions on the matter in his press conference Wednesday afternoon inside HP Pavilion, offering little more than several variations of “no comment.” Daryl Gross, Syracuse’s athletic director, would not comment on the record. He referred all questions to the answers Boeheim provided minutes earlier.“There’s no distractions for me,” Boeheim said. “And these players, there’s absolutely no distractions for them. They’re here to play Montana, and that’s it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse takes the floor against the Grizzlies on Thursday at 9:57 p.m.Boeheim explained that the biggest difference from this year to last year is that the 2011-12 team was forced to deal with the absence of one of its most important players. Melo, a 7-foot center who was the Big East Defensive Player of the Year, had emerged as a threat on both ends of the floor for a team that lacked quality depth at the center position.This year’s story is “just talk,” as Boeheim described it.“Last year was completely different,” he said. “That was not a distraction, it was an absence. And they handled it as well as they could.”Gross grew frustrated when asked about the CBS Sports report. He said Boeheim’s comments provided everything that needed to be said, and he walked away when asked to confirm that the school had received a letter of inquiry from the NCAA.Brandon Triche, a senior guard, said he had not heard about the report, meaning it wasn’t any sort of a distraction. He said he and his teammates were not a part of it, so it won’t take away from their focus.Boeheim, though, is a part of it. And though the moderator attempted to quell reporters from probing the matter, Boeheim seemed to welcome the questions if only for an opportunity to deflect them.“I don’t mind,” he said. “You can ask a hundred of them.”But even when all the questions were asked, no new information was offered. Syracuse still has a game to play, and that, Boeheim said, is most important.“Doesn’t bother me,” Boeheim said. “Not at all. We’re concerned about playing Montana.” Comments
The National Inventors Hall of Fame and the History Channel’s Modern Marvels program has named Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis research as one of the top 25 best inventions of 2006. Khoshnevis, a professor in USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering presented his work in Washington D.C. on July 23, NASA’s annual Technology Day.Out of this world · As well as teaching, Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis also serves as a Felllow member of the Institute of Industrial Engineering. – Photo courtesy of USC Viterbi School of EngineeringKhoshnevis’ research is based on his invention of the groundbreaking automated construction method called “Contour Crafting,” which creates large scale structures layer by layer, similar to that of the process of 3-D Printing.For his work with NASA, Khoshnevis tailored the process of “Contour Crafting” for extraterrestrial applications.“I was looking at areas where my technology could be used besides the applications in building construction,” Khoshnevis said. “I thought about construction on the moon or on Mars, and I noticed that primarily, everything is based on taking stuff from Earth.”Khoshnevis, in collaboration with NASA, is developing landing pads for the moon and Mars.“So far, everything that has landed on the moon and Mars has landed on soft soil, and that is pretty dangerous… You need a flat surface which is also strong, which is also capable of handling high temperature of the exhaust fumes.”If successful, Professor Khoshnevis’ endeavors could vault USC onto the global stage.“Professor Khoshnevis’ research really establishes USC as a global community, and I think many students will be inspired by his passion to further pursue their own goals,” said Ying Ying Lei, a sophomore majoring in electrical engineering.Brian Weiniger, a junior majoring in astronautical engineering, also praised Khoshnevis’ research.“Colonizing the moon can be done in many ways. Rather than sending rockets to build lunar outposts piece by piece, this new technology holds the capability to build everything on the moon while using materials that are already there,” Weiniger said. “It goes to show how brilliant the professors are at USC. Having role models like Khoshnevis teach at our school is inspiring for students to push the envelope and create the ideas that will mold our future.”Khoshnevis teaches both industrial and systems engineering, and civil and environmental engineering classes, and is the director of the Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies, as well as the Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Program at USC. His work, however, is not limited to the field of engineering.“There are a lot of students sending me emails who want to be a part of the technology development,” Khoshnevis said. “There are students from architecture, engineering, business school, even social sciences and the arts. There is a sense that we are on the edge of something that could change the face of civilization.”While his research has already achieved significant results, Khoshnevis has even loftier expectations for it.“What I basically envision and hope is that one [of] the most major technologies that will have a very significant impact on the well-being of the whole population is about to emerge out of this activity,” he said.
Share StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Superbet highlights integrity commitment with IBIA membership July 9, 2020 TIU denies two requests to lift provisional suspensions July 27, 2020 Share Victoria Police charges two following tennis corruption investigation June 29, 2020 The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) has handed Brazilian tennis player Joao Olavo Soares de Souza a lifetime ban after he was convicted of multiple match-fixing offences as well as a number of associated corruption offences.In addition to the lifetime ban, Souza has also been issued with a $200,000 fine after he ‘committed numerous breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP). These included repeated incidents of match-fixing at ATP Challenger and ITF Futures tournaments held in Brazil, Mexico, the United States and Czech Republic..’The TIU also revealed that Souza was found guilty of failing to report corrupt approaches, failure to fully cooperate with the TIU which is said to have included destroying evidence.Souza had also solicited other players to not use best efforts according to independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Prof Richard H. McLaren at a disciplinary Hearing.In March 2019, and prior to being charged with corruption offences, Souza had been provisionally suspended from professional tennis, pending completion of the TIU investigation and case against him.The subsequent ban came into effect on 24 January, with Souza no longer able to compete in or attend any event organised or recognised by a tennis governing body.The 31-year old is currently ranked 742 in ATP singles, with a career-high of 69 reached in April 2015. As a doubles player his highest ranking was 70, achieved in January 2013.In a statement made via LinkedIn, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) ‘welcomed’ the decision made by the TIU.It said: “IBIA welcomes the decision to impose a lifetime ban and $200,000 fine on Joao Olavo Soares de Souza after a conviction on match-fixing charges. IBIA and its members will continue to work closely with the Tennis Integrity Unit and the association is confident that the measures being taken by the sport aligned with the detailed customer-based data provided by IBIA members will continue to enable the identification and punishment of betting related corruption in tennis.”
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC): Grenada’s Prime minister, Dr Keith Mitchell, said he resigned as chairman of CARICOM’s sub-committee on cricket governance because he was angered by the behaviour of “a couple of our leaders in the region”. Prime Minister Mitchell did not call out the names of his regional counterparts, but accused them of undermining CARICOM’s position by making “divisive” public statements after agreements would have been reached at the heads-of-government level. In an interview with Grenada Sports, Prime Minister Mitchell said he has that suggested Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent and the Grenadines take up the role. “I gave it up because I felt angered by the behaviour of a couple of our leaders in the region and the way they behaved when we took a decision, and I felt that they undermined the authority of the chairman of the sub-committee at the time, and therefore, I did not feel I could continue in that position,” the Grenadian leader explained. “I spoke to Ralph, and in fact, I sent a message to him because I hold that position of recognising his leadership seriously. So and I told him that I was going to issue a statement as the Prime Minister of Grenada, and he knows my position as a cricket lover.” In June, Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, “categorically rejected” the call for the dissolution of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), putting him at odds with the Grenadian leader. “Today, I categorically reject the call for the dissolution of the West Indies Cricket Board and I do so in my capacity as chairman of the CARICOM Cricket Committee governing West Indies cricket,” Prime Minister Browne said to an audience that included WICB president Dave Cameron. “I believe firmly that to dissolve the West Indies Cricket Board would be to plunge West Indies cricket into further chaos and confusion,” Browne had said. Dr Mitchell has been at the forefront of spearheading efforts to restructure the WICB and has endorsed the recent Barriteau Report, which last year recommended “the immediate dissolution” of the embattled WICB. He stressed that if regional leaders refuse to speak with one voice the WICB would continue to operate without being made to account for their actions. “We have to speak with one voice. The problem is when you have some of us going in different directions, especially when we make decisions at CARICOM level and then one or two of us go off on our own and making opposite statements and claiming that we are not part of the decision,” Prime Minister Mitchell pointed out. “I think that becomes divisive and unhelpful, and it gives those who wish to continue to do as they want the opportunity to do so, and I think that’s unfortunate because the region is the one that is losing.” The Barriteau Report was commissioned by CARICOM, with agreement from the WICB, and authored by UWI Cave Hill Principal Professor Eudine Barriteau. The WICB rejected the findings. ‘CHAOS AND CONFUSION’
A Route 42 minibus conductor was on Thursday released on bail after he appeared before Magistrate Judy Latchman in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to a simple larceny charge.Amid Atkinson, 18, of Land of Canaan, East Bank Demerara (EBD) is accused of stealing a cellular phone on January 23, 2018 valued $15,000, property of Abiola Kindle. Atkinson pleaded not guilty to the charge and was released on $30,000 bail. On the day in question, the Virtual Complainant (VC) was a passenger in a minibus in which Atkinson was the conductor and she allegedly left her cellphone in the said minibus. The VC after realising that her phone was left in the minibus later contacted the teenager, who denied having knowledge of the cellphone’s whereabouts. Kindle later found the cellphone in his possession. The matter was then reported and investigated. The case was adjourned to March 26, 2018.