first_imgWINNIPEG – A Winnipeg man has been arrested and charged in the death of his girlfriend’s 21-month-old son.Police say on Aug. 30, emergency personnel responded to a report of an unresponsive boy in a home.The child was transported to hospital in critical condition where he was pronounced dead.Investigators believe the boy was injured by the accused on two different occasions in two different homes that day.Police say the child’s mother found him and called 911, and blunt-force trauma injuries were discovered on the child’s upper body.Allen Joseph Frier Beardy, 22, of Winnipeg has been charged with manslaughter.Beardy “was the mother’s boyfriend, not the biological father,” Const. Jay Murray told reporters at a news conference on Sunday.Murray said the accused was “criminally known” to police, but not in a “substantial” way.He said he couldn’t say if Child and Family Services had any dealings with anyone involved in the case, or if there were any other children in the home.Murray commented on the length of time that passed between the death last month and the suspect’s arrest, noting investigators worked meticulously and interviewed numerous witnesses to obtain evidence.“These are exceptionally tough investigations. I know from experience, I’ve been part of these investigations. And you can see, (for) officers or medical professionals who have children, it can be very tough for them. And sometimes I think they start to draw comparisons to their own children,” Murray said.“It’s no small task and I think it’s an investigation that will be with them for a long time.”last_img read more

However, considering the overall welfare of minority Tamils, “our umbilical chord relations,” was important, he said.Sri Lanka Parliament on Wednesday passed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa who was installed by President Maithripala Sirisena in a controversial move. Tamil Nadu has in the past pushed for international intervention in Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) The Tamil Nadu Government says India cannot interfere in Sri Lanka’s internal affairs.On the political developments in neighbouring Sri Lanka, AIADMK senior and State Fisheries Minister D. Jayakumar said one cannot interfere in the internal affairs of another country, Deccan Chronicle reported. read more

“Our High Commissioner to Sri Lanka continues to meet regularly with all political parties, and has expressed our concern at the behaviour of some MPs in disrupting Parliamentary proceedings. We have stressed the importance of MPs allowing Parliament to do its job,” Field said. “I last visited Sri Lanka in October, before the current crisis, where I met Foreign Minister Marapana and other Ministers. We discussed the range of our bilateral interests and I urged more progress on human rights and reconciliation. I also met the leader of the Tamil National Alliance, as well as human rights and civil society activists. I have continued to urge the Sri Lankan government to fully implement its commitments to the UN Human Rights Council. I plan to visit in 2019,” the UK Minister said.He also said that he has received regular representations from the Tamil community on a range of their interests and concerns. Field’s comments came in response to a question posed by the Labour MP, Keith Vaz who asked if he had plans to visit the island. As the political crisis continues in Sri Lanka, a British Minister has said he may visit Sri Lanka next year.UK Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Mark Field told the UK Parliament that it is vital that all sides refrain from violence and make efforts to resolve the situation peacefully and as soon as possible, the Tamil Guardian reported. “I last met with the APPG for Tamil’s including some representatives from the Tamil community on 3 December to discuss the current political situation. Foreign Office staff also regularly meet with Tamil representatives, both in Sri Lanka and the UK.” (Colombo Gazette) read more

Port Dover’s history is being celebrated in May.The Port Dover Harbour Museum is hosting two presentations as part of May being Museum Month. The history of the Port Dover area and prohibition on the Great Lakes will be covered. Speakers are John Ayre and Geoff Bowden who will be presenting on “The Voyage of Dollier de Casson and Galinée 1669-1670” and “Bars, Booze, Bootleggers, and Blind Pigs,” respectively.On May 3 at 7 p.m., author John Ayre will share the voyage of two Sulpician priests, Dollier and Galinée, and their overwintering with seven companions in Port Dover 350 years ago. Galinée’s detailed journal and hand-drawn maps were the first recording by a European of the interconnectedness of Canada’s Great Lakes. John Ayre will recount their voyage as well as their encounters with the landscapes, animal life, and the Indigenous peoples in Canada over 300 years ago.On May 24 at 7 p.m. the second presentation, “Bars, Booze, Bootleggers, and Blind Pigs,” will be a look at Prohibition in Canada. Historian Geoff Bowden will cover how the Great Lakes became pathways for illegal distribution of alcohol in the 1920s. Lake Erie and the fishing boats of Port Dover played a role in getting alcohol across the border.The Port Dover Harbour Museum is bringing these presentations to eager audiences looking to learn more about the history of the Port Dover area as well as the north shore of Lake Erie.Admission is by donation and there is limited seating. To attend, visit the Port Dover Harbour Museum, 44 Harbour Street, Port Dover. For more information, call 519-583-2660 or email: portdover.museum@norfolkcounty.ca.May is Museum Month is a series of events that takes place annually across museums in Ontario. read more

“Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and UN agencies have met communities near Dorain, Fertait and Labrab to assess their needs and mount a humanitarian response,” UN Humanitarian Coordinator in the country, Toby Lanzer said in a statement. The response includes urgently needed medical attention, in addition to ongoing programmes in other parts of Jonglei State. Fighting between Government forces and armed groups in Jonglei has displaced thousands of civilians since January. The UN and its partners have had access to most of the 1.5 million people in the area, but were unable to reach a couple of the villages from which people fled and were hiding in the bush.The access gained this Saturday and Sunday is a “significant breakthrough,” Mr. Lanzer told UN Radio, facilitated by local and state authorities, as well as non-state partners. With the rainy season started and expected to last through December, the basic concerns of the families in the area are staying dry and warm, food and medical needs. Mr. Lanzer said the medical cases encountered include serious tropical wounds and others where surgery is urgently needed to preserve limbs and save lives.Most importantly, he stressed, is the need for freedom of movement: “We have a situation where we want people to gain access to the main towns of Jonglei State where the NGOs have been based in the past… it’s going to be difficult for us, from a logistics perspective, to go in there and set up a field hospital or to establish a food aid distribution.”Meanwhile, the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) said it, along with the Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) and the UN World Health Organization (WHO), is attending to some 200 casualties in the remote village of Manyabol. A six-person UNMISS medical team treated the wounded, while the rest of the platoon helped secure and prepare the helicopter landing strip for arriving flights used to airlift casualties to hospital. In his statement, Mr. Lanzer called urgently on the Government of South Sudan, as well as national, local and traditional leaders of all communities in Jonglei to halt the cycle of violence that is leading to senseless loss of lives and suffering amongst civilians in the country that last week marked its second independence anniversary. ‹ › Murle Internally Displaced Persons on the outskirts of Gumuruk. Photo: UNMISS/Martine Perret The wounded being received at Bor, capital of Jonglei state. Photo: UNMISS Military Public Information UNMISS medical team treat the wounded. Photo: UNMISS Military Public Information Murle Internally Displaced Persons assemble at WFP’s facility in search of food assistance, in Gumuruk. Photo: UNMISS/Martine Perret Wounded Lou Nuer youth receive medical treatment in Bor. Photo: UNMISS/Martine Perret UNMISS medical team tend to the wounded. Photo: UNMISS Military Public Information read more

.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Demand for new HGVs declines in Q3 2017, falling -5.7% on the same quarter in 2016.Both rigid and arctic segments see decline, down -7.4% and -3.3% respectively.Year-to-date market remains steady, up 0.3% with 32,774 units registered.The new heavy goods vehicle (HGV) market declined -5.7% in the third quarter of 2017, with 10,597 units registered, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). The fall mirrors similar recent declines in the new van and car markets, as ongoing political and economic uncertainty begins to knock business confidence.Demand for rigid vehicles declined -7.4% in quarter three, with a -5.5% fall in the >6-16T segment and a -8.4% decrease in the >16T segment. Meanwhile, registrations of artic vehicles also experienced a fall, down -3.3% to 4,383 units. Tractors continued to be the most popular body type for HGVs in quarter three, accounting for 41.4% of the heavy goods vehicle market.Year-to-date figures show the overall market remains steady, currently up 0.3%, with 32,774 trucks featuring advanced low emission and safety technology joining British roads in 2017. Although demand for rigid vehicle registrations declined -2.4% in the first nine months, this was offset by a 4.6% rise in demand for arctic trucks.Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said,Fluctuating fleet orders are a natural feature of the HGV market, so this drop in demand is not altogether unexpected. However, economic and political uncertainty is undoubtedly also having an effect. It is vital that government tackles this to give operators the confidence to invest in renewing their fleets with the latest, cleanest Euro VI vehicles – and to ensure this important sector’s ongoing success. read more

first_imgRobert MaudsleyDubbed Hannibal the Cannibal, Maudsley killed four people including three while in prison. He tried to eat part of the brain of one of the men he killed. He was jailed for life in 1977.John ChildsConvicted of the contract killings of six people, Childs was jailed for life in 1979.Dennis NilsenA civil servant, Nilsen murdered and dismembered 15 young men at his home in North London. He was jailed for life in 1983 and successive Home Secretaries have ruled he should never be released.Arthur HutchinsonMurdered three people after gatecrashing a wedding reception in Sheffield in 1983. Issued with a whole life tariff by a Home Secretary.Jeremy BamberFound guilty in 1986 of shooting dead his adoptive parents, sister and six-year-old twin nephews. Whole life tariff set by a previous Home Secretary.Anthony EntwistleRaped and murdered a teenage girl in Blackburn in 1988 just days after being released from prison for a previous rape. Given a whole tariff by the then Home Secretary.Victor MillerAbducted and killed a 14-year-old boy in Worcestershire in 1988. Police believe he was responsible for 30 unsolved sex assaults. Miller has requested that he dies in prison.John DuffyDubbed the railway killer, raped and murdered at least three women in the south of England in the late 1980s.Anthony ArkwrightIn 1989 hacked and beat to death three people in Yorkshire including his grandfather when he was aged just 21.Mark RobinsonKilled two girlfriends in 1989 and was issued with a whole life tariff.Victor CastigadorAn illegal immigrant from the Philippines tortured and killed two people during an attack at an amusement arcade in London. Earlier this year admitted killing a fellow inmate in prison and received a second whole life tariff. Fred and Rose West Thomas Mair who has been convicted and sentenced to a full life sentence for murdering MP Jo CoxCredit:Reuters Ernest WrightServed 26-year for a murder committed in the 1970s, but killed again after his release.Anthony HardyKnown as the Camden Ripper, Hardy was convicted of the murders of three women in 2010, but police believe he may have been responsible for up to six more.John MaddenDrugged, raped and killed his 12-year-old niece at his Manchester home after luring her there on the pretext of babysitting.Desmond LeeServed 14-year for the 1990 murder of his landlady, before killing again once he was released.Stephen GriffithsDubbed the Crossbow Cannibal, Griffiths was convicted of killing three women in Bradford in 2010.John SweeneyDescribed as the Canal Killer, was convicted of murdering two women whose bodies were dumped in canals.George Norman JohnsonServed 20 years for the murder of a man during a burglary in the 1980s and then after his release murdered an 89-year-old woman to fund his drug addiction.John CooperConvicted in 2011 of two double murders in Pembrokeshire, Wales, the first in 1985 and the second in 1989.David BaxendalePreviously convicted of murder in Spain, stabbed a woman to death in 2011 after being released and deported back to Britain.Andrew DawsonConvicted of the murders of two men while out on licence from a previous murder conviction.David CookConvicted of murder in 1988, Cook murdered for a second time while out on parole.David OakesGiven a whole life term after being convicted of the double shotgun murder of his ex-girlfriend and their two-year-old daughter.Stephen FarrowMurdered a 77-year-old woman and a 59-year-old vicar in Worcestershire and Gloucestershire in 2012.Mark BridgerFound guilty of abducting and murdering five-year-old April Jones in October 2012 from outside her home in Machynlleth, Wales. Her body has never been found. This week, white supremacist Thomas Mair was found guilty of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox, while gay serial killer Stephen Port, who drugged, raped and murdered four young men after meeting them on dating apps, was told he will die in prison.Here we take a look at the other prisoners serving whole life tariffs in British prisons. While some were given life terms by judges, others were ordered to be detained until they die by Home Secretary of the day. Ian BradyMoors murderer, Brady was jailed for life in May 1966 after being convicted of killing three children alongside Myra Hindley. She died in prison in 2002. Victor Castigador, jailed for life for the murder of two security guards during a robbery in Soho, London in March 1989 Peter Sutcliffe Thomas Mair who has been convicted and sentenced to a full life sentence for murdering MP Jo Cox Fred and Rose WestCredit:SWNS Peter MooreDubbed the Man in Black, murdered four men in Wales. Jailed for life in 1996.Paul GlenA hitman who had previously served life for murder. Killed again upon his release and was given a whole life tariff by a judge in 2004.Phillip HeggartyConvicted of murdering his friend Derek Bennett in a hammer attack in 2003.Thomas McDowellGiven a full life term in 2004 after killing a gay trainee rabbi in North London and dumping his body parts.Mark MartinKilled three homeless women in Nottingham between December 2004 and January 2005.Mark HobsonKilled his girlfriend and her twin sister, before murdering an elderly couple in North Yorkshire. Sentenced to whole life term in 2005.William HorncyMurdered a millionaire, his wife, mother-in-law and two sons in an effort to take over his business. Jailed for life in 2005.Kenneth ReganJailed alongside Horncy for his part in the same murders.Glyn Dix Jailed for life for murder in the 1970s but after his release killed again. Given a whole life term in 2005.Viktor DembovskisA Latvian immigrant who raped and murdered a 17-year-old female neighbour as she walked home from school in west London, before fleeing back to Latvia. He was later extradited and given a full life term.John McGradyA convicted rapist who strangled a 15-year-old girl who lived near him in South London.Stephen McCollGangster who was convicted in 2006 of killing two members of his own gang.Rahan ArshadMurdered his wife and three children, who were found dead in their home in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, Greater Manchester in August 2006Andrew RandallMurdered his seven week old daughter in Kettering, Northamptonshire in 2005 by throwing her head first into a settee.David TileyTwo months after being released from prison for a double rape, Tiley stabbed to death his disabled fiancée and then killed her carer.Michael SmithJailed for life for murder in the 1970s and killed again after being released from prison.Steve WrightThe Suffolk Strangler, Wright was jailed for life in 2007 for the murder of five prostitutes in the Ipswich area.Levi BellfieldConvicted of the murders of three young women in London and Surrey between 2003 and 2004. Has been linked to a string of other unsolved murders.Douglas VinterAfter being released on licence following a conviction for murder in the 1990s, was given a whole life term in 2008 after killing his wife.Marc ChiversServed 15 years in prison in Germany after killing his girlfriend. Following his release he was deported to Britain and the following year killed his girlfriend again.Peter TobinA Scottish serial killer Tobin killed at least three women between 1991 and 2006. Told he will die in prison.Royston JacksonConvicted of the murder of a convicted sex offender in October 2008, after being released on licence for another murder in 1989.Peter SutcliffeThe Yorkshire Ripper murdered 13 women between 1975 and 1980 across West Yorkshire. One of Britain’s most notorious prisoners was being held in Broadmoor secure hospital but was moved to prison earlier this year. April Jones was murdered by Mark Bridger Peter SutcliffeCredit:REX/Shutterstock Malcolm GreenServed 18-years for the murder of a prostitute and after being released killed a tourist from New Zealand.Rosemary WestConvicted of the murder of ten women and girls at her home in Gloucester alongside her husband Fred West. He killed himself in prison before he could stand trial. One of only two women to be serving a whole life tariff. Arthur Simpson-KentMurdered his partner, actress Sian Blake, 43, and their two sons Zachary, aged eight, and Amon, four, by beating and stabbing them to death at their home in Erith, London, in December 2015.Thomas MairWhite supremacist Mair was found guilty of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox.center_img Stephen PortGay serial killer Port drugged, raped and murdered four young men after meeting them on dating apps. He was also convicted of raping four others. The 41-year-old chef was told he will die in prison. Joanne DennehySerial killer, Dennehy, was convicted of the brutal murders of three men in random attacksPaul O’HaraHad been sentenced to life for murdering his girlfriend in 1998 but killed again after being released.Ryan MatthewsSixty-two-year-old convicted murderer Matthews was sentenced to a whole life term on 9 January 2015, after pleading guilty to the murder of healthcare assistant Sharon Wall at Wotton Hill Hospital in Gloucester on 9 July 2014David MitchellServed 23 years for murder but killed again just four months after being released on licence.Jason GomezWhile serving life for murder Gomez lured a fellow prisoner into his cell before stabbing him over 190 times.Ian BirleyKilled a 65-year-old man in 2015 having previously been jailed for murder in 1996.Russell OliverWhile serving life for murder killed a fellow prisoner at Long Lartin prison in 2015.Anthony AyresConvicted murderer, Ayres, stabbed a mother of one to death at the home of a friend in Essex in 2015.Christopher HalliwellAdmitted killing a woman after meeting her outside a Swindon nightclub in March 2011. Was later convicted of the murder of Becky Godden-Edwards, who had been missing since 2003. Custody photographs of Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale Christopher HalliwellCredit:Wiltshire Police April Jones was murdered by Mark Bridger Custody photographs of Michael Adebolajo and Michael AdebowaleCredit:AFP/Getty Images Ian Brady Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Victor Castigador, jailed for life for the murder of two security guards during a robbery in Soho, London in March 1989 Dale CreganShot dead two female police officers in Manchester, while on the run for a gun and grenade attack on the home of a gang rival.Gary SmithWhile already serving a life sentence for murder killed another prisoners who was a convicted child killer.Lee NewellConvicted alongside Gary Smith of the murder of a child killer in prison. Was already serving life for a previous murder.Jamie ReynoldsPleaded guilty to murdering 17-year-old Georgia Williams in May 2013. had previously tried to strangle a girl, but was only given a police warning.Anwar RosserA former soldier killed a four-year-old boy in his sleep. The motive was never known.Ian McLoughlinKilled three people between 1984 and 2013, having twice been released from prison.Michael AdebolajoIslamic terrorist, Adebolajo hacked to death British soldier, Drummer Lee Rigby, outside his barracks in Woolwich. His younger accomplice was given a minimum 45-year sentence. Ian BradyCredit:PA Christopher Halliwelllast_img read more

anaitasunaAragonarandaBarcelonacangascuencaGranollersguadalajarahuescapuerto saguntoValladolid ← Previous Story Champions League: HSV, Veszprem, Zagreb and Gorenje win tonight Next Story → Bundesliga (Round 6): Minden takes a point in Goppingen In the 4th round of the ASOBAL league, Barcelona showed that us that they are not even little tired after the game against Kadetten Schaffhausen, and have totally destroyed Puerto Sagunto on their own field with 34:15. In the other games were the following results:Guadalajara 31:29 Valladolid, Anaitasuna 23:27 La Rioja, Cuenca 30:30 Huesca, Cangas 25:32 Aragon, Villa de Aranda 31:26 Granollers read more

first_imgTHE INFORMATION COMMISSIONER has criticised public bodies for failing to comply with statutory obligations set out under the Freedom of Information Act.Emily O’Reilly said a “worrying trend” was emerging involving State agencies seeking deadline extensions by citing a lack of staff resources to deal with FoI requests.It is “not generally appropriate” for extensions to be granted to public bodies on the grounds of insufficient resources, Ms O’Reilly said in the Office of the Information Commissioner’s annual report.“It remains the fact that some public bodies fail to recognise that the administration of the FoI Act is one of their statutory functions which should be afforded as much weight as any other statutory function,” O’Reilly said.It is of significant concern to me if extensions become the norm, or default position, of public bodies in considering requests from my office.ConcernsOn more than one occasion information was not provided to the Commissioner because cover was not provided for FoI officers who were on leave.A requester was told records were “unlikely” to be provided in the time frame set out under the act due to “staff resource issues”.The Commissioner’s office was told a FoI unit in a public body would close for a month and no records would be processed during this time. Ms O’Reilly also recognised failings in her own office where only 19 per cent of more than 200 applications sent for review were closed within the time frame provided for in the Act.The office saw a 38 per cent increase in applications last year to 338 –  with 236 deemed acceptable for review.The majority of cases accepted for review related to HSE requests (69) followed by the Department of Justice (19).Ms O’Reilly said it was”disappointing” that the Government had yet to publish promised amendments to the FoI Act which would increase its remit to include additional public bodies.The new act is thought to allow access to previously unavailable information in the National Asset Management Agency and the Gardai.The Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation, who previously collected statistics on FoI requests from civil service bodies, was criticised in the report for ending this service with out providing an alternative arrangement.Ms O’Reilly said she was disappointed she could not give statistical information on the total amount of FoI requests made because the Department discontinued this service.Read: Media  representatives call for Freedom of Information fees to be dropped >Read: Information Commissioner welcomes Freedom of Information reform >last_img read more

first_imgGoogle Doc se synchronise avec les documents OfficeGoogle lance Cloud Connect, un plug-in permettant de partager un document Office via Google Docs. Les versions 2003, 2007 et 2010 d’Office pourront ainsi être synchronisées sur Google.Google multiplie les efforts pour inciter les internautes à utiliser Google Docs plutôt que Microsoft Office. Pour faciliter cette transition, le géant américain lance Cloud Connect, un plug-in qui permet de transférer un document Office à sa solution Cloud. Google a même installé une interface ressemblant à Word pour ses documents : “Les utilisateurs de Word 97, 2007 et 2010 n’auront aucun mal à synchroniser leurs fichiers avec Google Docs”, assure le géant américain. Une action rendue possible grâce à un bandeau, qui s’installe directement dans la suite bureautique de Microsoft, dans lequel se trouve le bouton pour synchroniser le document actif sur Google Docs ainsi que l’URL unique qui lui est attribué pour pouvoir le partager.Pour le moment en version Bêta, Cloud Connect sera gratuit pour ceux qui disposent d’un compte Gmail.Le 23 novembre 2010 à 14:28 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_imgFormer Boca and River player, Oscar Ruggeri, revealed the tie when the Boca Juniors ultras burned his house with both his parents inside.In order to understand just how deranged the Argentine ultras are ahead of the Copa Libertadores final between Boca and River, the story about the day they burned Oscar Ruggeri’s house with his two parents inside seems fitting for the occasion.The Argentine defender is arguably one of the best players in his country’s history, he won the 1986 World Cup alongside Diego Maradona in Mexico.This is a player who defended the jerseys for both Boca Juniors and River Plate, he is also one of the most hated players by the ‘bosteros’ because of the way he left the club back in 1985.Ruggeri was one of the most beloved players in the club, but the economic situation that it was going through at that time was what forced him to leave, the problem is that his decision was to play for River Plate and he moved directly from Boca without batting an eye.The fans were already furious, but what made them vandalize his home was right after he scored a goal against Boca when he was wearing the River jersey right after his transfer.🎥 Oscar Ruggeri habla en @ElTransistorOC sobre el fútbol en Argentina pic.twitter.com/zwquQTMRHC— El Transistor (@ElTransistorOC) December 4, 2018Ruggeri explained how the Boca fans were extremely angry with him, so much so that they went to his house and lit it on fire with both of his parents inside.Fortunately for everyone, only Ruggeri’s mother suffered a few injuries and he lost a car in the incident.This action was more than enough for the player to go directly to the ultras’ boss and threaten him, they never bothered him again after that.Ruggeri went on to fulfill his dream and play in the Spanish La Liga for Real Madrid between 1989 and 1990, this is the reason he has the right to speak about the upcoming Copa Libertadores final at the Santiago Bernabeu.The man represented all three clubs involved in this historical event next Sunday.River Plate v Boca Juniors - Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2018Match Preview: River Plate vs Boca Juniors Boro Tanchev – September 1, 2019 It is time for one of the most intense derby games in the world, as River Plate and Boca Juniors go head-to-head tonight at 22:00 (CET).Hablamos de esa final de la Copa Libertadores entre River y Boca en el Bernabéu con Ruggeri https://t.co/o1BALPnhAP pic.twitter.com/BQlND7yH3o— El Transistor (@ElTransistorOC) December 4, 2018“The Boca Juniors fans gave me shit all the time. There was a fat guy who threw himself from a balcony in the stadium when I scored that goal,” said Ruggeri for Onda Cero.“I remember that I yelled at him: ‘Goal! You fat mother fucker!’. The fat guy did it, he threw himself but his friends managed to grab him as he kept weeping. I kept asking them to let him kill himself.”“I played for both River and Boca, I had a great time playing in both clubs; when I got transferred from Boca to River they burned my house with my parents inside.”“My mother got burned, they also burned my car. After that happened, I went to see Boca Juniors ultras’ boss to confront him and tell him that this was the last incident I was going to let them get away with.”“The ultras ask you for things when you are a player and you get scared because they threaten to hurt your family. The called their boss ‘Grandpa’, he lived in San Justo. I was 24. I went to his house and I spoke to him.”“I was fuming and he told me that his people didn’t burn my house, it was a group of kids they couldn’t stop. All I did was to tell him: ‘If anything else happens to me, I will come and make a mess here at your own place. I don’t care about anything anymore man, I don’t give a fuck’,” he concluded.Así forma #River 87/88Gordillo,Gallego,Borelli,Goycochea,Ruggeri y Erbín. Hincados:Troglio,Da Silva,Alzamendi,Corti y Caniggia pic.twitter.com/l0TIEYWq0S— Ale Lateano (@AlejandroLatea1) November 30, 2018Do you think the Boca and River ultras will behave at the Bernabeu? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more

first_imgVolkswagen may offer VW owners in Germany discounts on new cars if they turn in certain old models affected by the emissions scandal that has rocked Europe’s biggest carmaker, German news agency DPA reported on Sunday.Volkswagen is battling the biggest business crisis in its 78-year history after admitting last month it installed software in diesel vehicles to deceive U.S. regulators about the true level of their toxic emissions.The company has said it would recall around 8.5 million diesel vehicles in Europe that contained such software. The special offers would be available only in Germany, where around 2.4 million of the vehicles to be recalled were sold.Incentives for VW owners to buy new vehicles could help ensure that sales remain stable after the scandal and take pressure off VW dealerships to implement fixes quickly.Each German dealership will have to handle an average of 1,100 recalled vehicles, each of which will require at least an hour and a half of work, DPA said. That could result in a long wait for customers.The offer of discounts for new car buyers may focus on the owners of vehicles with 1.6 litre diesel engines, sources at Volkswagen and VW dealerships said, according to DPA. Those models need hardware changes, a more costly upgrade than the software changes needed for other affected vehicles.No decision had been made on the matter yet, DPA quoted a person familiar with the matter as saying.Volkswagen said in response that it was common for Volkswagen and its dealers to consider special offers for existing customers.last_img read more

first_imgHow successful the Kinect motion controller has been as a gaming input device depends on who you talk to. It’s certainly been a success with homebrew developers happy to experiment with motion sensors and augmented reality, but gamers less so–we just prefer physical controllers.Disney Research on the other hand wants to enhance the experience offered by Kinect-like controllers by adding a form of physical feedback to them. Disney doesn’t want the player to have to wear or hold anything in order to get that physical feedback, though, so they have created a free air solution called Aireal.Aireal is described by Disney Research as technology that “delivers interactive tactile experiences in free air.” What that translates to is a device that sits on top of your TV next to Kinect and pumps out compressed air. Those bursts of air hit your body and create a form of physical feedback.The air coming out of Aireal does so as a vortex, which is capable of traveling quite a long distance without losing much speed or its shape. The Aireal device also moves to track the player, meaning precise placement of the air hits on your body can be achieved.You can see Aireal briefly in action in the video below (44 seconds in), and Disney Research will be presenting a technical paper on the technology at SIGGRAPH 2013 in July.There’s currently no details on whether Aireal will come to market, but the components being used are inexpensive and the device can easily be scaled up if necessary, meaning it’s not going to be a difficult or expensive proposition to turn it into a consumer product.It’s possible Sony, Microsoft, or even Nintendo could see Aireal and decide it’s a good idea. Then the Aireal device will probably disappear only to reappear incorporated into an existing console motion controller.last_img read more

first_imgThe route taken was surgery.Wells underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his knee in January.“We just did a scope, clean some things up,” he said. How extensive was the procedure? Did he have his meniscus repaired?“Notreally meniscus,” he answered. “It was a little more complicated.” Wells would offer no further details except to explain why surgery was thedecision made.“Just to take as much pressure off the knee as we could, so we didn’t havethisthing lingering into the season. We wanted to nip it in the bud thisoffseasonand that’s what we’re doing.”Head coach Ken Whisenhunt, who sat Wells because of his knee for theregularseason-finale against Seattle, echoed those thoughts.“The goal with Beanie is to make sure that we don’t struggle through likewe didlast year with that knee. I give him a lot of credit for fighting through thatandhaving the kind of year that he did with his knee. We knew that we weregoingto have to do some things to try to get that knee better and that’s what thisisall about.”Wells joined his teammates Tuesday for the start of OTAs, but only as aspectator. He spent his time on the field riding the stationary bike andworkingwith the training staff. “(The knee) is coming along, coming along pretty good,” said Wells. “Nosetbacks at all. I’m feeling confident about being ready when the time isright.”The time, according to Wells, is not the middle of May but “come August,whenwe get into training camp.” – / 14 What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Statistically, Beanie Wells had his best season last year as an ArizonaCardinal.He rushed for over a thousand yards (1,047) for the first time in his three-yearNFL career, while his 10 touchdowns were one more than he scored in hisfirsttwo seasons combined. And to think he did all that feeling less than 100-percent.Wells spent much of 2011 dealing with a painful right knee.“I kind of knew early on in the season that at the end of the year this wastheroute we were going to have to take.” Comments   Share   last_img read more

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first_imgWith just days left to the start of the new school year, the government on Tuesday recoiled from a confrontation with state teachers, conceding a number of their demands relating to mandatory teaching hours.At the same time, teachers were vowing to fight on for their labour rights, which they say are under assault by the ministry of education.Following an extraordinary meeting of the cabinet, chaired by president Nicos Anastasiades, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said it was decided to amend the July 4 decision which had sparked the standoff to begin with.“The government is determined to press ahead for a comprehensive dialogue with all stakeholders with the objective of modernising and upgrading public education. We hope that the teachers’ trade unions will see it in the same light.” The government said that the dialogue cannot go on beyond Decemeber.The measures decided by the cabinet are designed as an interim deal, in force until the end of the year, by which time it is hoped that an ongoing dialogue with teachers unions will have crystallised into a final agreement. They are a compromise, intended to allow schools to reopen normally next week.The Council of Ministers also appointed two three-member ministerial committees. The first, made up of the ministers of education, labour and finance, will discuss labour issues connected to the ongoing spat.The second, consisting of the ministers of labour, education and agriculture, will discuss the reduction in hours and other exemptions from teaching.Although form teachers will still see their ‘free’ periods, according to years of service, cut from two to one, as announced back in July, the government now promises to subsequently compensate this loss via a ‘credit system’ or through other incentives or benefits granted over the long term.Further, the proposed reduction in free periods will apply solely to existing teachers; people hired in the future are to be exempted and so will be entitled to all free periods.Moreover, the government commits to consider the demand for establishing a dedicated provident fund for new hires.And any savings generated from reductions in staff are to be diverted to improving school infrastructure as well as funding ongoing training for teachers.The government also promised that, upon the implementation of an early retirement scheme, vacancies will be filled with people on the waiting lists.The decision, to be published in the government gazette, further authorises the finance ministry – provided the teachers accept the interim proposal as a whole – to prepare a scheme for a one-off retirement bonus, as well as implementing an early retirement scheme.The early retirement scheme will apply once teachers reach the age of 60 for secondary schools and 58 for primary schools.Union reps from each trade union will be allowed time to engage in union-related work inside working hours, but this will be regulated.Earlier in the day, and prior to the government unveiling its new proposal, the unions were in full battle mode.They had already decided that on Wednesday, primary and secondary teachers across the country would hold a ballot to decide a single question: whether to authorise their unions to take strike action at their discretion.Yiannos Socratous, head of the secondary education teachers union Oelmek, said all logistics were in place to hold the ballot.Following the count, and depending on the outcome, on Thursday a supreme committee would take the decision.High school teachers union Oelmek will meet on Wednesday to discuss the latest proposals and primary school union Poed will meet on Thursday. Its head Filios Fylaktou said they are waiting for an official version of the proposal.Since Monday, when teachers reported to work in preparation for the new school year, they have enforced work-to-rule, carrying out the bare minimum of duties required under their contract.Socratous confirmed that, as part of this industrial action, teachers would not for example sort or hand out textbooks, leaving pupils’ parents to do the job.However, teachers would monitor the distribution of textbooks and advise parents which books to deliver to which pupils.“We shall help out in the process. Since they want us back at our desks, we shall return but we shall be performing our teaching duties only.“We shall no longer be doing what we used to do on a voluntary basis, because it is evident that the government does not appreciate all the voluntary work we used to put in,” he added.Socratous demurred when asked whether union reps would be attending a parliamentary discussion on the education crisis scheduled for Wednesday.The controversy was triggered by a July 4 decision of the cabinet for streamlining the operation of public schools.A major point of contention concerned the appointment of 159 teachers for the 2018-19 school year. The unions claimed back in July that 393, not 159, new teachers were needed.Instead, the cabinet decided to cover gaps in teaching periods by reducing the number of exemptions teachers get. 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