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Colombian police clash with protesters

first_imgMass protests were held in Novemberand December last year to demand concessions from President Ivan Duque’sgovernment. In separate remarks, Interior MinisterNancy Patricia Gutierrez and national police director Oscar Atehortua saidaround 20,000 people marched in 103 cities and towns across the country. Tenpolice officers were injured.(Reuters) BOGOTA – Colombian police clashed withprotesters on Tuesday, damaging some public transport infrastructure after arenewal of demonstrations. Tuesday’s protests were the first thisyear. Demonstrators take part in a protest against the government of Colombian President Ivan Duque, in Bogota, Colombia on Jan. 21. REUTERS/LUISA GONZALEZlast_img read more

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Beach volleyball looks to dominate conference

first_imgThe Trojans last played the Huskies in the Pac-12 North Invitational and defeated them 5-0. Many of the sets were decided by large margins, and USC was especially successful at the top two positions. The Huskies finished their season with an 8-14 record and earned the seventh seed in the tournament. They are 2-4 in their last six games, and the Trojans hope to capitalize on this favorable matchup. Freshman Laurel Kujan passes the ball in a match last week at Merle Norman Stadium. (Ling Luo/Daily Trojan) Senior Abril Bustamante and sophomore Tina Graudina were both steady forces for the Trojans at the top court as they finished with a commanding 26-2 match record for the season. Graduate student Alexandra Poletto and sophomore Haley Hallgren matched them with a 26-2 record of their own. Both of these duos are trending upward at the right time as well, having won their last eight matches. If USC defeats Washington, it  will then face the winner of the Cal-Arizona State game Thursday. Cal is currently the higher ranked seed, and they defeated the Sun Devils 5-0 in their only matchup this season. The Trojans concluded their regular season last Thursday with two victories over Grand Canyon University and Cal Poly on Senior Day. The team showcased strong play in these final matchups, winning both by a score of 4-1. With these victories, the Trojans completed an eight-game winning streak to cap off another strong regular season record of 24-4. “The beginning of the season matters, but it is all about the end,” Hallgren said. “[We] want to be the last team to get the win.” No. 2 USC is preparing to host the Pac-12 Tournament beginning Thursday. USC trails behind only UCLA in the Pac-12 and will face off against Washington at home in the first round. USC will take on the Huskies to kick off the Pac-12 Tournament  at Merle Norman Stadium at 3 p.m. Thursday. “We all changed our mindset [toward the end of the season],” Hallgren said. “We each focused on our own individual court, which eventually led to team wins.”last_img read more

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United changes hotel in Marbella due to the presence of Rafa Benítez’s Chinese team

first_imgManchester United has made a change of plans at the last minute. His intention was to concentrate on the Marbella Westin La Quinta Golf Resort & Spa, a luxury complex in which to stay and relax while preparing. These days when there has been a break in the Premier League Some clubs had the possibility to rest, but the English are not the only ones who had chosen this hotel to rest. And it was that last week was Dalian Yifang, a Chinese team led by the Spanish coach, Rafa Benítez. As for the address of the red devils they learned about it, they decided to change hotels and not take risks, now that the coronavirus crisis from China, as published Daily Mail. Instead, they have chosen the Kempinski from Estepona, which also has all possible amenities.Before that, they had already made the decision that Odion Ighalo, recently acquired from Shanghai Shenhua, did not travel to Spain for fear that the alert for the disease would prevent him from returning to the United Kingdom later, that considers this virus as a “serious and imminent threat” after 40,000 cases have already been registered and more than 900 deaths in China. Premier League* Data updated as of February 13, 2020last_img read more

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first_imgAoife Donohoe, with May Ward ,Chairperson of Dunfanaghy Family Recourse Centre. Bernie Sweeney, Administrator and Jean Mc Laughlin Project Co-ordinatorThe Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre in Donegal was announced as the first recipient of a new library to the value of €1,500 as part of the Bord Gáis Energy Donate a Library initiative. Developed to help promote books and reading in the community, Bord Gáis Energy’s Donate a Library programme invites voluntary, community and non-profit organisations to apply for one of three libraries each year through the Bord Gáis Energy Book Club www.bordgaisenergybookclub.ie.The scheme, which launched in April, is funded by Bord Gáis Energy and run in association with charity advocacy group The Wheel. It has proved very popular with over 150 nominations received from a variety of organisations throughout the country. Books and Reading Sponsorship Programme Manager at Bord Gáis Energy, Emma Walsh said, “We are delighted with the response to this initiative. We’ve had nominations from many different types of organisations from all over Ireland and it’s really encouraging to see how these groups value the positive influence books and reading can bring to their communities.”She continued, “Our chosen organisation – Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre – do so much great work in the community of Donegal, and it’s lovely to be able to help them through Donate a Library.”Jean McLaughlin, Project Co-ordinator of Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre said members are all so pleased to have been selected to receive this library.“We think it will have a positive impact on all our members who will really enjoy using it. We see this as just the start and we plan to build on and grow our library over the next few years.” Selecting the chosen organisation was no easy task for judges Emma Walsh, Gert Ackerman from The Wheel and TV3 presenter Sinead Desmond, but they unanimously agreed that Dunfanaghy Family Resource Centre was a very worthy recipient.Ten additional organisations were also selected for special recognition and they will each receive a Bord Gáis Energy Book Club pack consisting of books, Book Club notebooks, pens, children’s art sets and a national book token to the value of €50 to help them start their own libraries.Nominations are open for the next library donation which will take place in January 2014. If you’re involved in or know of an organisation that you think would benefit from a new library visit brd.gs/Donatealibrary and let Bord Gáis Energy know why. BOOK ‘EM! DUNFANAGHY LIBRARY GETS HUGE READING DONATION was last modified: November 1st, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:booksBord GaisdonationDunfanaghy Resource Centrelast_img read more


Colombia government rebels to set up truth commission

first_imgRelated posts:Colombia’s ‘discriminatory’ military draft under discussion as peace deal comes closer Colombian leader, rival head to runoff vote Santos re-elected president in Colombia Colombia and FARC rebels announce major breakthrough in peace talks HAVANA, Cuba – Negotiators trying to end Latin America’s oldest civil war agreed Saturday to set up a truth commission that addresses the deaths of thousands of people in five decades of conflict.The move is seen as a stride toward a possible peace deal in Colombia.“What we are announcing today is a historic step forward on the effort to put victims at the center of the [peace] process,” said ex-Vice President Humberto de la Calle.“These principles are unprecedented — never heard of before in Colombia, or in any other peace process,” the leader of President Juan Manuel Santos’ negotiating team stressed at the Cuban-hosted talks.The Marxist FARC rebels and Colombian government also agreed to recognize victims on both sides of the conflict, as well as address victims’ rights, reparations and safety guarantees.Preliminary truth commission panel hearings are due to start next month in several locations.“We are taking the first steps in a process full of thorny issues and enormous misunderstandings,” FARC lead negotiator Iván Márquez said.The two sides promised in a joint statement that they would “not be trading blame” at this stage.The date of the next rounds of peace talks has yet to be announced.The FARC meanwhile declared a unilateral ceasefire starting Monday ahead of a June 15 presidential runoff pitting Santos, of the center-right, against conservative Iván Zuluaga.The ceasefire will stretch June 9-30, said FARC chief Timoleón Jiménez.Talks to end the FARC’s 50-year-old insurgency have been under way since November 2012.Santos has said he hopes to accelerate the process, but with less than two weeks to go, its future will depend on the outcome of the election.Zuluaga has said there can only be a peace if the FARC — with an estimated 7,000-8,000 fighters — declares a permanent ceasefire and its leaders go to jail.Among key issues still to be ironed out are the surrender of weapons by the FARC and how to enshrine a comprehensive peace agreement in law. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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