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Grave threat rap lands man in jail

first_imgPolice identified him as EnriqueGuelos, 48, of Barangay Tagbak, Jaro district. ILOILO City – Charged with gravethreat, a man was nabbed in Barangay Tabucan, Dumangas, Iloilo. Armed with a search warrant, officersof the Dumangas police station apprehended Guelos around 12:45 p.m. on Dec. 13. The suspect was detained in the lockupfacility of the municipal police station. The court recommended a P12,000 bailbond of for Guelos’ temporary liberty./PNlast_img

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Hinobaan bros hack farmer to death

first_imgResident Joemarie Embang, 45, sustainedhack wounds on the neck, a police report showed. According to police investigators, Embangwas bringing his cow to a farm when the suspects hacked the victim using abladed weapon around 6 a.m. on April 3. BACOLOD City – A farmer was hacked todeath in Barangay Asia, Hinobaan, Negros Occidental. Prior to the incident, the suspects wentto the house of Embang and challenged him to a fight on April 2. The victim’ssons, however, prevented their father, police said. center_img Embang’s stepbrothers Raymund Aro, 20,and a certain Adong Aro were tagged as suspects. As of this writing, officers of theHinobaan municipal police station have yet to arrest the suspects but arelooking into land dispute as the motive in the killing./PNlast_img read more

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Jermain Defoe earns Sunderland first away league win of season at Crystal Palace

first_imgJermain Defoe picked Scott Dann’s pocket for a poacher’s finish to seal Sunderland’s 1-0 Barclays Premier League victory at Crystal Palace. The former England striker nipped in between Dann and the onrushing goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey to secure the Black Cats’ first away win of the league campaign. Shortly after slotting home the winner, however, 33-year-old Defoe hobbled off with a suspected leg injury. Alan Pardew’s toothless Eagles were unable to build on their fine 2-1 win at Liverpool, slipping to their fourth home defeat in seven league games this term. The hosts created precious few real scoring chances, the industry and application of Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie lacking a killer final ball. That profligacy from the hosts allowed Sam Allardyce’s side to steal the points – their first league win on the road since the 2-0 triumph at Everton in May. Sunderland had the only two tangible chances of a dire first half. Allardyce’s wing-back formation twice allowed Patrick van Aanholt in behind the Palace defence, and the first time the left-sided defender ought to have scored. Defoe blasted wide from all of 12 yards midway through a half punctuated with dross. The Black Cats opened the second half the stronger but were thwarted from another fine chance when Yohan Cabaye cleared Sebastian Coates’ header off the line. Substitute Bakary Sako’s curling effort veered wide as Palace attempted to raise the tempo, before Damien Delaney pulled off a full-stretch interception to deny Sunderland an opportunity on the break. Sako’s night lasted less than 20 minutes, the former Wolves midfielder trudging off to be replaced by Patrick Bamford as Pardew threw two up front. The clash had cried out for the home team to alter their formation and double their strike force almost from the off, yet Pardew still waited until after the hour mark to make the switch. While Zaha and Bolasie huffed and puffed in their effort to deliver a telling final ball, Sunderland continued to offer a reasonable counter-attacking threat. Allardyce’s men again wasted a fine opening, however, when replacement Jeremain Lens tapped a tame effort straight at Wayne Hennessey. Pardew pitched Marouane Chamakh into the front line in place of the anonymous Connor Wickham, but still the hosts struggled for fluency. Sunderland finally took advantage via the anticipated direct counter, Dann misreading Billy Jones’ hopeful ball to allow Defoe a clean run on goal. The former Tottenham hitman ghosted in and round Hennessey in one touch, before passing into the empty net. Hennessey had little choice but to leave his area in a bid to cover Dann’s misread, but only succeeded in allowing Defoe to tee up his tap-in. Palace continued to press even through five minutes’ added time, but to no avail, with Cabaye curling a free-kick wide to close out a frustrating night for the hosts. TWEET OF THE MATCH Gary Lineker @GaryLineker Well that was a giant cock-up but decent strikers always expect such errors. Defoe did exactly that. https://twitter.com/GaryLineker/status/668906833659064320 PLAYER RATINGS CRYSTAL PALACE Wayne Hennessey 4 Joel Ward 5 Scott Dann 4 Pape Souare 5 Damien Delaney 6 Yohan Cabaye 6 James McArthur 5 Yannick Bolasie 5 Wilfried Zaha 5 Jason Puncheon 4 Connor Wickham 4 Substitutes: Bakary Sako 5 Patrick Bamford 5 Marouane Chamakh 5 SUNDERLAND Costel Pantilimon 6 Younes Kaboul 6 Sebastien Coates 5 John O’Shea 6 Billy Jones 6 Patrick van Aanholt 6 Lee Cattermole 6 Yann M’Vila 5 Sebastian Larsson 5 Jermain Defoe 7 Steven Fletcher 4 Substitutes: Jeremain Lens 6 Duncan Watmore 7 Danny Graham 6 MAN OF THE MATCH Jermain Defoe: A woeful night for both sides lit up only by Defoe’s opportunist finish that settled the contest. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce caught everyone by surprise with his 3-5-2 formation, but his side were unable to profit despite several good incisions in the first period. Alan Pardew kept Palace’s changes to a minimum but hauled off the ineffective Jason Puncheon at half-time, but Bakary Sako could not fare any better. Pardew finally threw two strikers into the mix just past the hour but Palace remained toothless and paid the price. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Defoe ghosted in between Wayne Hennessey and Scott Dann to poke into space and then tap into the empty net. On a night severely lacking in quality, this moment of natural instinct deserved to seal the deal. MOAN OF THE MATCH Only referee Martin Atkinson will know why Jermain Defoe was booked for kicking the ball back towards Scott Dann ahead of a free-kick. Dann attempted to steal a few yards on the halfway line, Defoe took exception and nudged the ball backwards, and was duly booked. A fastidious, pointless decision. WHO’S UP NEXT Crystal Palace v Newcastle (Premier League, Saturday, November 28) Sunderland v Stoke (Premier League, Saturday, November 28) Sunderland boss Allardyce hailed his side’s defensive work after their first away win of the campaign. He told Sky Sports 1: “Keeping the crowd quiet is very difficult because (Crystal Palace) have a lot of players that get in wide areas and get the ball in the box, but we dealt with it extremely well with five at the back. “We frustrated the crowd, we frustrated Crystal Palace and we came out with a fantastic three points and a great victory for us. “In away terms we had to frustrate the opposition, people might say we parked the bus. “In this moment in time we’re trying to build our confidence and the only way to do that is to get points on the board and win football matches.” Goalscorer Defoe added: “The lads worked hard, especially during the international week. It’s paid off. “(The goal) happened so quick. The manager said to keep making runs in behind and I did that. People say if you work hard you get rewarded and I think that happened.” The only downside for Sunderland was Defoe limping off with an injury late on. The former Tottenham striker added: “The only positive is I can put weight on it. I just hope it’s not a ligament.” Palace boss Pardew bemoaned his side’s inability to break down the visitors. He said: “We should have been a bit more clinical in the final third. We just couldn’t find a way to unlock what was a deep defence and a deep midfield. “Sunderland set their stall out, there was no mystery to what they did. Five at the back, three in front, didn’t really move much. Jermain’s also going to be a threat and that threat got them the win today when Scotty Dann just miscalculated.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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NAYMOTE Begins Reconciliation Dialogues in Margibi, Bong Counties

first_imgNAYMOTENAYMOTE-Partners for Democratic Development with support from the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) over the weekend kicked off a series of dialogues to reconcile differences among stakeholders in Margibi and Bong counties.According to NAYMOTE’s executive director Eddie Jarwolo, the reconciliation dialogues became necessary because of stakeholders’ troubled pasts coupled with misunderstanding among the residents resulting from the electoral processes.The reconciliation dialogue launched in Weala, Margibi County is part of a series of engagements aimed at creating inclusive and participatory civil spaces for reconciliation in the country, particularly during and after the elections.The dialogue provided stakeholders with a broad knowledge about the essence of reconciliation and the benefits of reconciling citizens on their differences.The first dialogue model will be adopted and replicated simultaneously across the two counties to complete eight planned dialogues of four per county.Forty (40) stakeholders from Weala, including commissioners, chiefs, representatives from the teachers association, National Elections Commission, Superintendent’s office, Technical Working Group (TWG), political institutions, Ministry of internal Affairs, Civil Society Organizations and Community Based Organizations, participated in Saturday’s event.Participants reflected and discussed the history and source of conflicts in their respective districts; mapped out conflicts, including current trends, sources and actors of conflicts in the district, consequences of the conflicts (political, social, and economic); explored local mechanisms for reconciliation (actors and on-going reconciliation efforts); and developed their district’s action plan for reconciliation.From their discussions, several issues were highlighted by community residents as sources of conflicts in the past that continue to affect their districts. They included corruption and greed, bad leadership, misinformation and hatred, generational gap, broken culture-disconnect between educated and uneducated, tribal and religious identity crisis, slavery, loyalty and tolerance.They also stressed that use of ‘primitive modes of communication’ by the older people in the district, land conflict, delayed court trials, political interests, media institution or community radio stations supporting a particular candidate, salary inequalities as other responsible factors.“Salaries are not evenly distributed and not encouraging, especially for government employees and civil servants. I’ve been working for government for many years, but on a yearly basis, I sacrificed all of my time and resources working but just cannot realize the benefits, because my salary is not even sufficient to take care of my home and send my kids to school,”  stated Anthony Kollie, instructor and resident of Weala district, Margibi.“Hatred is the key issue affecting us as residents of Margibi County, mainly Weala District. I don’t know why we envy each other so much to the extent that we don’t want to see each other progressing,” observed William B. S. Julue, Cinta Township Commissioner, Margibi County.At the end of the event, a reconciliation dialogue plan was developed by participants which included a recommendation for community and religious leaders to host large meetings, public forums/gatherings across the district and organize sporting events (football games) to mitigate envy/hatred among residents with the intent to unite them; town hall meetings and interactive discussions between elders and youth to educate the youth about the dangers of spreading misleading information, etc.They also proposed the need for county authorities to be accountable to the citizens by providing them information about their social development fund.They also proposed the need to investigate rumors and avoid spreading misinformation that might hamper the growth and development of the district.NAYMOTE program officer, Joshua D. Cleon, thanked the participants for attending the dialogue and called on residents to support the work of the TWG, county authorities as well as ensure the proper implementation of the Weala District Reconciliation Dialogue Plan.As part of the event, NAYMOTE collaborated with the county superintendents and completed the setting up of the TWG in Margibi and Bong counties. The first dialogue held in Margibi County will be adopted and replicated simultaneously across the two counties to complete eight planned reconciliation dialogues, four per county.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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