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  • Court sentences underage ‘anarcho-syndicalists’ to four months in jail

    first_imgYusri added that the police had completed the case on another three suspects and submitted them to the district court in late April for trial.Read also: Books seized, five arrested as police claim anarcho-syndicalists plan mass looting in JavaPolice arrested five people suspected of being involved in the so-called anarcho-syndicalist group on April 10, after they allegedly painted graffiti inciting people to riot amid public anxiety over the COVID-19 outbreak.Police claimed the suspects had spray-painted the walls of a shopping complex in Tangerang with messages saying “it’s a crisis now; it’s time to burn”, “kill the rich” and “fight or die ridiculously”.They had been charged under articles 14 and 15 of the 1946 Misinformation Law and Article 160 of the Criminal Code on incitement, which carry sentences of up to 10 years’ imprisonment.Human rights activists warned the police following the arrest not to act arbitrarily and make arrests simply based on the ideology of certain people without sufficient evidence to prove their crimes. (vny)Topics : Tangerang District Court in Banten has sentenced two underage members of a so-called anarcho-syndicalist group to four months in prison despite attempts to get them noncustodial sentences.“The underage offenders, identified as A and RH, have been sentenced [to four months in jail] after three failed attempts to enter them in the juvenile diversion program,” Jakarta Metropolitan Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus said on Friday, as quoted by kompas.com.In the diversion program, an underage convict can avoid imprisonment and do social work instead. Low-risk youths such as first-time offenders are usually deemed eligible for the program.last_img read more

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  • BLOG: ICYMI Governor Wolf Will Veto HB 1948

    first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf June 22, 2016 The Blog,  Videos,  Women’s Rights House Bill 1948 is an attack on a woman’s right to make her own health decisions. This bill is wrong and Governor Wolf will veto it if it reaches his desk.Hear these powerful stories from three women on how this anti-choice bill would have affected their families. By: Jeff Sheridan, Press Secretarycenter_img BLOG: ICYMI Governor Wolf Will Veto HB 1948 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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  • Maroochydore Beach Renourishment Project Kicks Off

    first_imgThe Sunshine Coast Council recently held a meeting to discuss the 2019 Maroochydore Beach Renourishment Project.During the meeting the attendees talked about the Maroochydore Beach project, where every two years since late 2013 council contractors extract sand from the lower Maroochy River to replenish the shoreline of Maroochydore Beach, protecting it from natural erosion.According to the Division 8 Councillor Jason O’Pray, these nourishment works – which begin today, June 18 – are essential to maintain the beach and uphold council’s vision to be Australia’s most sustainable region.“These works have ensured ongoing protection of the adjacent assets from storm erosion, and allow the shoreline to respond to natural erosion events,” said Jason O’Pray.It is anticipated that sand extraction and delivery will continue for a number of weeks (weather dependent), bringing a total of 100,000 cubic meters of loose sand material through the pipeline that was constructed in 2013.last_img read more

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  • PUMA: We Are Official AFN Equipment Sponsors!

    first_img Loading… ‘ The AFN constitution (2017 as amended) stated clearly that the Secretary-General shall be the custodian of AFN’s records, documents, and properties and that he shall be privy to all decisions of the AFN (article 8.7.1 of the constitution and 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 of the 2017 Code of Governance referenced by the AFN constitution (2017 as amended). ‘I was appointed as AFN Secretary-General on November 1, 2019, in accordance with article 8.7.2 of the AFN constitution (2017 as amended) and 2017 Code of Governance article 4.4.1 as referenced by the AFN constitution and since I resumed as Secretary-General, I have not sighted a copy of the agreement the AFN is purported to have signed with PUMA.’ read also:Puma closing in on record-breaking £100m deal for Man City ace Our correspondent recalled that majority of the board members of the AFN met early this year at the federation’s secretariat in Abuja where it was resolved that Gusau should explain how he committed the AFN to a sponsorship agreement without the knowledge of the board and particularly the Secretary-General who should mandatorily be a signatory to the agreement. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Sportswear manufacturer, PUMA insists it is the official equipment and sportswear sponsors of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) following reports that due process was not followed in the signing of the agreement. In a letter to Olamide George, the vice president of the AFN and signed by Dr. Martin Benda, its General Counsel, PUMA says the sponsoring and licensing agreement was signed on July 24, 2019.The company revealed that Engr Ibrahim Gusau, President of the AFN and Mr. Sunday Adeleye, the former Technical Director of the Federation signed on behalf of the federation. PUMA also confirmed it has ”fulfilled its payment obligations towards the AFN until today’.The company also confirmed Dynamic Sporting Solutions Nigeria Limited, a company owned by Sunday Adeleye who was recalled as the representative of the athletes on the board of the AFN last year was the ‘nominated bank account’ which received the payment made for the AFN as the ‘authorised recipient’. When contacted, AFN Secretary-General, Prince Adisa Beyioku says he is not aware of any contractual agreement between the AFN and PUMA. ‘I am the Chief Administrative and Chief Accounting Officer of the AFN as contained in the AFN constitution (2017 as amended), article 8.7.1 and article 4.4.2 of the 2017 Code of Governance as referenced by the AFN constitution in article 8.7.1. I am not aware there is any contractual agreement between the AFN and PUMA. It was not stated in the hand-over notes submitted by my predecessor, Elijah Ademu who was AFN Secretary-General at the time the contract was purportedly signed,’ revealed Beyioku who expressed surprise that PUMA could sign a contractual agreement with a World Athletics member federation without the signature of its chief administrative and accounting officer.center_img Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time10 Actors That Started Their Careers On Soaps7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO HistoryKendall Jenner’s Photos Have Never Looked This Good!last_img read more

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  • Zeeburg into final of Amreith Rai Memorial T20 tournament

    first_imgTHE Zeeburg Bomb Squad are into the final of the Amreith Rai Memorial T20 Tournament after a 23-run win over Omesh XI in a semi-final clash on Sunday at the Meten-Meer-Zorg Sports Club ground.The Zeeburg Sports Club team won the toss yesterday and decided to bat on a flat track. Led by Ravindra Dookie, Richardo Poloram and Balbinder Shivpersaud, they were able to reach 167-7 from their allotted overs.Dookie was ultra-aggressive as he belted four sixes off 19 balls for a top score of 42, while Poloram scored 39 (4x4s, 2x6s) and Shivpersaud 37 (3x4s, 2x6s).Omesh Stephen Joseph (3-17) led the attack for the Parika-based Omesh XI, while Ganesh Narine supported with 2-34.In reply, Madanlall Doodnarine led for Omesh XI with 48, but his late attack was not enough as the team ended on 145-9 in 20 overs.Mark Gonzales supported with 21.Bowling for Zeeburg, Malcolm Hubbard snared 4-34, while Yutesh Dhanpaul supported with 2-30.last_img read more

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  • PMTC win NAMILCO 50th Anniversary volleyball competition

    first_imgPORT Mourant Training Centre (PMTC) continued their good run in Berbice volleyball, after claiming victory in the National Milling Company of Guyana Inc. (NAMILCO) 50th Anniversary volleyball competition, which was recently played at the Albion Community Centre.The five-team, round-robin, men’s competition culminated with PMTC defeating Number 52 Survival 30-22 in the final to cop the winners’ trophy and $25 000.Number 52 received a trophy and $15 000 for their second-place finish, while Black Bush got the better of Three Strikers to collect the third-place prize and $10 000.The women’s battle between Port Mourant and the invited Castrol Strikers never materialised, since the Georgetown side did not show up.Along with the men’s competition, there was a two-player battle, which ended with the Mohabir pair defeating the Philiana pair 25-22, in a time-allotted clash.The winners collected a trophy and $10 000.Prior to this competition, PMTC had won the Berbice Volleyball Association (BVA) ‘B’ Division.In that one-day competition, which was played in early April, at GUYSUCO Apprentice Hostel compound, Port Mourant ladies had bested the visiting Castrol Strikers team,last_img read more

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  • Experts focus on United States’ relationship with Iran

    first_imgExperts discussed possible resolutions to the nuclear conflict between the United States and Iran at an event hosted by the USC Center on Public Policy on Wednesday in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.Nuclear · Ambassador Frank G. Wisner (left) and professor Philip Seib participate in a panel, which focused on the U.S.-Iran relationship. – Ani Kolangian | Daily Trojan The event, “The Iran Project: A U.S.-Iran Public Diplomacy Road Map,” focused on the challenging diplomacy issues in the context of the current United States-Iran relationship.The bipartisan panel featured USC Professor Philip Seib and members of The Iran Project, a non-governmental organization that issued a comprehensive report on potential solutions to the conflict between the United States and Iran. Ambassador William H. Leurs, Ambassador Frank G. Wisner and Admiral Eric T. Olson were representatives of the project.The speakers highlighted some of the key themes of the report, particularly the need for people within the United States to have rational discussions about the United States’ relationship with Iran.“Politicians and others who are to quick on the draw need a reality check, and that’s what this report provides,” Seib said.To this end, Wisner encouraged those in attendance to think about Iran in terms of the events that affect the Middle East and how this affects U.S. interests.“As you begin thinking about Iran, think about it in context,” Wisner said. “We are not just dealing with a nuclear question, or a threat to Israel, we are dealing with a new significant strategic reality with which the United States cannot afford not to be engaged in.”The Iran Project has worked to find political and diplomatic solutions to the conflict, including working behind the scenes with both governments to promote direct talks and help interpret communications. Members have also engaged in “Track II” diplomacy, in which non-officials work to create dialogue and build trust between the two nations.A summary of their findings, which is published in the small booklet “Weighing Benefits and Costs of Military Action Against Iran,” lists the pros and cons of military attack against the Iran.The panel also highlighted national issues in Iran, geographic and economic interests, the United States commitment to Israel and Iran’s ability to impact the U.S. interests.This region factors into our most important national interest because of its huge and extraordinary holdings of hydrocarbons,” Wisner said.The panel then shifted to discussing the possibility of military action against Iran. All members were largely opposed to military action; instead, they encouraged diplomacy and respect for each country’s national interest.“We have to recognize Iran as its own reality — its own government,” Wisner said.Seib said he hopes students leave the panel with a new appreciation of the complexities of the U.S.-Iran relationship.“I hope there is a recognition of the complexity of issues concerning Iran specifically, and the questions of war and piece generally,” Seib said.last_img read more

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  • Trojans hold off Cal for second straight win

    first_imgBehind 24 unanswered points and sophomore Adoree’ Jackson’s first career pick-six, the USC Trojans notched their second straight win with a 27-21 victory over Cal on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.The Trojans beat the Golden Bears for the 12th straight time, and have not lost to them since 2003.“Wow, what a fun win that was for our football team,” interim head coach Clay Helton said. “It was a tremendous team effort. We’re playing very consistent football right now. We’ll work to make sure that continues.”The Trojans held off a late rally by the Golden Bears, who cut a 17-point lead down to a one possession game late in the fourth quarter. But holding a 27-21 advantage, USC was able to run out the clock with two big runs on third down by Justin Davis and Tre Madden behind a solid offensive line.“We put it on our offensive line as it was a power run … It was either us or them … Our guys gave [Madden] a little bit to get the edge,” quarterback Cody Kessler said on Madden’s 14-yard run on third-and-one. “This game was won by our offensive line.”USC came out in the second half firing on all cylinders. On their first drive of the half, Kessler led a 13-play, 68-yard drive that lasted over five minutes and ended with a Madden touchdown run on fourth-and-goal from the two-yard line. The drive — and a majority of the game — consisted of a steady diet of runs by the trio of freshman Ronald Jones II, Davis, and Madden.Jones led USC with 80 yards on 11 carries. Madden had 62 yards on 14 carries and Davis recorded 42 yards on 15 carries.“We have a formula right now to run the ball, stop the run, and don’t turn the ball over,” Helton said. “A huge part is the trust you have in your runners and your offensive line. This is Trojan football. When it’s time to run the ball, we have to take care of our opponent.”Jones and Madden both played through sore knees. Sophomore wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who reportedly underwent X-rays at halftime, sustained a fractured hand. The momentum swing continued in the second half as Jackson intercepted Cal quarterback Jared Goff on the Bears’ ensuing drive. Goff threw a poor ball to the middle of the field, and Jackson fought his way into the end zone after a 46-yard return. Jackson’s first interception of his career gave the Trojans a 24-7 lead early in the third quarter.“Since this was my first [interception], I figured I might as well try to score,” Jackson said. “I had great blocking by the defense.”The Golden Bears responded with a touchdown drive finished off by a six-yard touchdown run by Daniel Lasco to claw within 10 points. But the Trojans picked up a field goal set up by yet another interception – Kevon Seymour stepped in front of Kenny Lawler and returned it 27-yards down the sideline to give the Trojans good field position.Cal struck first in the game as Goff completed his first six passes. On 4th and inches at the Trojans’ six-yard line, Goff rolled right and found Bryce Treggs in the end zone to put Cal up 7-0 in the first quarter.But USC responded early in the second quarter with the help of some trickery. For the third straight game, the Trojans attempted a double-pass, and redshirt freshman wide out Jalen Greene found freshman Deontay Burnett for a 34-yard gain down to the Cal 29-yard line. This set up a 13-yard run up the middle by Jones for the game-tying touchdown.The Trojans went ahead 10-7 at the half on a 22-yard field goal by redshirt junior kicker Alex Wood, who nailed both of his field goal attempts against Cal. Both Kessler and Goff were 11-of-14 passing at halftime. Kessler finished 18-of-22 for 186 yards and no touchdowns, and he was happy to sacrifice stats for a win. “I could care less about stats,” Kessler said. “I really do want to win the game, whether that’s me making one pass on a third down on a drive to keep it going, or having to tuck it and run, or us just running the ball the whole time – I’m 100 percent ok with that.”Helton was impressed with his quarterback’s selflessness.“I’m proud of a senior that played extremely poised, especially down the stretch,” Helton said. “He kept me calm. He did a tremendous job.”It was Helton’s third game as the interim head coach this season, and he said that he is still learning on the fly.“I still wasn’t perfect today,” Helton said. “There are still some things I have to get corrected, but thank goodness for a bunch of great players and a great staff. They hide a lot of the things I may mess up on.”Helton is now 2-1 since taking over for Steve Sarkisian, and has a chance next week to lead the Trojans to their first three-game win streak of the season.USC returns home next week to take on Arizona at the Coliseum on Saturday night.last_img read more

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  • Doc Rivers believes chemistry issue is ‘huge’ when anticipating roster moves

    first_imgGriffin then seemed a bit insulted when a reporter asked him if he and the rest of the players may now need to watch what they say in front of the younger Rivers in the locker room.“I mean, we don’t really say anything bad about our coaches anyway,” Griffin said. “We’re a family, so whatever we say to each other, whatever we say to our coaches, we say it to them. We don’t talk behind people’s backs.”MemoriesAustin Rivers was born on Aug. 1, 1992 at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica. Doc Rivers had just months before completed his one season with the Clippers as a player. Dave Wohl, now the Clippers’ general manager, was with Doc and wife Kristen Rivers when Kristen went into labor. The group had been eating at a Mexican restaurant in Malibu.Doc Rivers told reporters the experience was rather harrowing.“Actually, Dave Wohl, who is now the GM, was in the car driving and I remember him laying paper down in the SUV and I said, ‘We’re not having a puppy, we’re going to have a baby here,’” Doc Rivers said, cracking up reporters. “But we made it, I think, within an hour’s time.”Told his dad related that story to reporters, Austin Rivers said he did not know that happened, but that “he’s gotta keep some of those stories to himself.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error So, Doc Rivers was asked, were there any chemistry issues in the locker room prior to all of those transactions?“I didn’t think it was anything that would have tore our locker room up, but I thought it could get better for sure, you know, and that’s what we’re doing,” he said.Speaking of the locker roomSome of the Clippers have commented on what the locker room might be like now that Austin Rivers has joined the team. Obviously, there has been talk about how having the coach’s son could adversely affect it because of that thing called nepotism Blake Griffin scoffs at that notion. “It’s basketball,” he said. “We’re all grown men. We’re all professionals. We’re all here for one reason, so it doesn’t really change much. Obviously, he is his son, but I’m not going to treat him any different than we treat anybody else.”center_img There was a recent story on NBA.com intimating that Los Angeles Clippers players do not like each other very much. It was therefore interesting to hear coach Doc Rivers on Monday concede that when he’s out looking to make trades or sign players, he does figure potential chemistry into the equation. Rivers also doubles as president of basketball operations.“That’s huge,” Rivers said ahead of his team’s game Monday against the visiting Boston Celtics. “And you’ve gotta keep redoing it. You can’t be scared to undo it, you know, if you think it’s not right. And I think that’s part of our jobs, the coaches and the front office. You always are in search of the perfect locker room and you probably never have the perfect one, but you get close to it and you’ve just gotta keep working for it because that’s important.“You look at the Yankees back when Thurman Munson and Reggie Jackson (played for them), I don’t think that was the best locker room. But they kept winning. But I know in a smaller one, in a basketball locker room, it probably helps.”Rivers this past week made a three-team trade that sent Chris Douglas-Roberts to the Boston Celtics and Reggie Bullock to the Phoenix Suns to bring in his son, guard Austin Rivers. Doc Rivers waived guard Jordan Farmar on the heels of that. Prior to that, on Jan. 7, Jared Cunningham was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. During that span, swingman Dahntay Jones, whose energy on the bench has been very high, was signed to a 10-day contract.last_img read more

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  • Enver Maric, the Legend of BH Football, celebrates his 70th Birthday

    first_imgEnver Maric, the legend of FC Velez and one of the world’s best goalkeepers, was born 70 years ago in Mostar.He made his very first football steps in FC Velez, a club where he started training when he was just 12 years old. He debuted for the first team in the season 1967-68: he was a goalkeeper on the match Velez – Partizan 1: 0 that took place on June 19, 1968.He played as a goalkeeper for Velez until 1976, when he moved to Schalke 04. However, he could not live far from Neretva and Mostar, so he decided to return to Velez after only two seasons and played as a goalkeeper until 1985, when he finished his career.He played more than 600 football matches for Velez, of which 441 were official matches in the First League of Yugoslavia. He led Velez as the team captain for 204 times.Moreover, he played 32 matches for the National team of Yugoslavia, and he was a member of the National team of the World. He was declared as the best player of Yugoslavia back in 1973.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more

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