Rabat – Barcelona has officially appointed Ernesto Valverde as its new head manager, confirming reports earlier this week that he would replace Luis Enrique.The 53-year-old coach had announced that he would leave his former team, Athletic Bilbao, after four seasons, but he did not mention that he would take over at Barcelona from the departing coach Enrique.During a press conference, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said that “Valverde has the ability, the judgment, the knowledge and the experience.” He went on to add that the appointed manager has the “ability to promote the youth players and he has a Barça way.”The Catalans have been desperate to find a new coach who demands perfection, and Valverde is likely to meet the team’s criteria, having played for Barcelona for two seasons in his career.The new coach has been called one of the most successful in the history of football. He has a wide in coaching football teams, including Villarreal,Valence,Espanyol and Athletic Bilbao.What would you ask the new Barça manager?Post a video of your question (max. 15 seconds) using the hashtag #AskValverde pic.twitter.com/DY8gcVz9Uu— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) 30 mai 2017
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Precision Drilling Corp. (TSX:PD) saw its third-quarter profit drop 53 per cent compared with the same time last year as revenue fell below analyst estimates and a foreign-exchange loss reduced earnings.The Calgary-based company, which operates drilling rigs throughout Canada and the United States, said its net income fell to $39 million or 14 cents per share, down from $83 million or 29 cents per share in the third quarter of 2011.Precision Drilling’s revenue was also short of analyst estimates but fell a more moderate 1.7 per cent to $484.8 million from $492.9 million a year earlier.Analysts had been looking for 19 cents per share and $497.9 million in revenue, according to a consensus estimate compiled by Thomson Reuters.Precision Drilling said the quarter included a foreign-exchange loss that reduced net earnings by $4 million or one cent per share.In the comparable period of 2011, the company’s bottom line was helped by a foreign-exchange gain that added $25 million or nine cents per share to profit.
With the support of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the drive aims to reach some 5.9 million children. “Teams of vaccinators will go from village to village, house to house, to ensure that all children each receive the two drops of the oral polio vaccine, regardless of prior immunization status or geographical location,” UNICEF spokesman Edward Carwadine told reporters in Kabul.During the three-day campaign, children aged 6 months to 5 years will also be administered drops of vitamin A – an important micro-nutrient to prevent night blindness and help the body fight disease and infection.”As in previous rounds, emphasis will be placed on enabling women vaccinators and supervisors to play prominent roles in easing access to mothers,” Mr. Carwadine said.While the influx of returning refugees and other challenges make it difficult to put a firm date for polio interruption in Afghanistan, the country has made significant strides in recent years toward the globally set objective of stopping transmission there by 2002-2003, according to UNICEF. So far this year, there have been eight reported cases compared to 27 two years ago.In another development, today marked the start of the First National Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Afghanistan. The UNICEF-supported event brings together professionals in Kabul to help implement a new strategic approach to maternal health and safe motherhood in the country, which has one of the worst maternal mortality rates in the world, with an estimated 1,600 deaths per 100,000 live births.
“I am deeply disturbed that Iran continues to implement the death penalty against juvenile offenders, with some 85 others reportedly on death row,” UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said on Thursday.Fifteen-year-old Abolfazi Chezani Sharahi was executed after being found guilty of fatally stabbing a man. A total of five juvenile offenders were executed in the country during 2017.”We understand that the execution of at least one more juvenile offender, Mohammad Kalhori, is imminent and urge the authorities not to carry it out, but instead to commute the sentences of all juvenile offenders on death row,” urged Zeid.Executing juvenile offenders is in violation of Iran’s obligations as a State party to the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The youth was moved into solitary confinement four times before his eventual execution, further opening up the possibility that he suffered torture, or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. The High Commissioner also expressed concern over the lack of transparency prior to implementing the death penalty. When authorities fail to provide relatives with adequate information about the timing of executions, it not only imposes acute mental distress on the convicted person, but also on their family.Zeid also reiterated the UN Human Rights Office’s willingness to assist Iran in complying with its international human rights obligations regarding juvenile justice.
Total bus and coach registrations fell 23.9% to 486 units in October, but climbed 44.9% over the year-to-date.The purpose-built bus and coach market declined 35.3% in the month, but rose 16.1% during January-September.Converted bus registrations dipped 8.5% in October, but rose 84.6% during the first 10 months of 2012.“Despite overall bus and coach registrations falling 23.9% in October, the solid market performance seen so far this year provides a clearer picture of the health of the sector,” said Paul Everitt, SMMT Chief Executive. “Maintaining this upward trend will be tough next year as wider economic challenges impact on industry, and therefore it is crucial that government maintains its commitment to targeted incentive schemes that will boost market demand and the uptake of innovative technologies.”Click through to download the full October 2012 bus and coach registrations news release and data tables, which include a more detailed analysis of the figures.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
After 9 years on the bench of the German Frisch Auf Goppingen, Bosnian coach Velimir Petkovic has to look for a new job. Bad results at DKB Bundesliga this season, which put them on 13th place with only 11 points from 16 matches, forced FAG management to try “schock therapy” and sack the coach which brought them a lot of joy in the last decade by winning EHF Cup two times and reaching some high places in Bundesliga (5th and 6th).Coach of Goppingen women’s squad, Aleksandar Knezevic will take charge until end of the season in order to make some progress with the team…PHOTO: http://www.frischauf-gp.de Frisch Auf GoppingenVelimir Petkovic ← Previous Story WISLA TV: Kiel’s adventure Next Story → Danish social media questions the refereeing at HC Zomimak-Aarhus match
Google unveiled a host of new services at I/O 2011, one of which was a new movie rental service added to the Android Market. In addition to being able to instantly stream your selection, Google offers a “pinning” feature — allowing you to download a movie in the background so you can watch it later when your device might not have an Internet connection available. And it just might be this very feature which led Google to make yet another move against Android‘s supposed openness.As Android Central found out, if you’ve previously rooted your device you won’t be watching any Android Market movies. Instead, you’ll receive a “failed to fetch license” error as Google has decided to block rooters from utilizing the service. The move has drawn plenty of ire from the Android modding community, and justifiably so. While there are, of course, potential copyright protection issues at play, it seems unlikely that anyone would choose to pirate a comparatively low-res, low-bitrate version of a movie which could be downloaded elsewhere in glorious high definition. It’s also not a difficult limitation to sidestep, since most current rooting apps allow a device to root and unroot on the fly.There’s little doubt that the modding community will figure out a more permanent fix in the very near future. Android’s modders are an extremely active bunch, and few things get the gears turning quite so rapidly as denying access to an anticipated feature or service. You need only look so far as the new Netflix app for Android for a prime example: developers quickly opened it up to users of unsupported devices despite Netflix’s preset limitations.More at Android Central and Nexus 404
Les agressions envers les médecins plus violentes en 2009France – En 2009, 540 actes de violence ont été recensés par l’Observatoire de la sécurité des médecins, parmi lesquels 16% d’agressions physiques. Mercredi, l’Ordre des médecins a mis en garde les professionnels de santé face à l’augmentation des actes de violence commis à leur égard. Car si le signalement de ces incidents a subi une très faible hausse, passant de 538 en 2008 à 540 en 2009, ce qui préoccupe le plus l’Ordre est la violence de plus en plus courante envers les pratiquants. Selon l’enquête de l’Institut de sondage Ipsos, les agressions verbales représenteraient 54% du total des actes de violence menés à l’encontre des médecins, 23% de ces actes seraient des vols ou des tentatives de vols, 16% des agressions physiques, 10% des actes de vandalisme et 7% des menaces ou des lettres anonymes. Selon le rapport de l’Observatoire de la sécurité des médecins, 10% de ces agressions ont engendré des interruptions temporaires de travail pour les praticiens victimes de ces violences. 10% de ces actes de violence ont été enregistrés en Seine-Saint-Denis.Le 1 avril 2010 à 10:19 • Emmanuel Perrin
SEE ALSO: Only 18 Consumer Magazines Grew Ad Pages in 2009To no one’s surprise, consumer magazines suffered a beating in 2009 in terms of advertising revenue. According to full-year results released today by the Magazine Publishers of America’s Publishers Information Bureau, ad pages for the year were down 25.6 percent while estimated revenues closed at $19.45 billion, a drop of 18.1 percent.Of all the magazines tracked by PIB, fewer than 20 showed ad page gains in 2009. The biggest winners were People Style Watch (up 24.4 percent), OK! (up 20.7) and Saveur (up 12.8). Of the 12 advertising categories tracked by PIB, all reported ad page losses for 2009—the biggest decliners being financial, insurance and real estate (-41.4 percent) and automotive (-40.5). Estimated revenues were down in all categories except for food and food products, which posted a slight 1.4 percent gain.Despite the grim outcome, PIB said the fourth quarter showed some signs of improvement. Ad pages during the period slipped 21.6 percent compared to the fourth quarter in 2008 while revenues dropped only 12.4 percent.“While marketers’ skittishness continued through the fourth quarter, magazine spending showed improvement compared to earlier in 2009,” MPA executive vice president/CEO Ellen Oppenheim said in the announcement. “Magazines experienced an uptick in food spending and relative improvement in other areas, especially in automotive.”Click here for PIB’s full year-end results, title-by-title.
Teams began the journey to Nome from the re-start at Willow Lake in Iditarod 44. Photo by Ben Matheson / Alaska Public Media.The Iditarod may once again be moving to Fairbanks.Listen nowThough the decision has not been made, low snow conditions along difficult parts of the trail are prompting officials to consider moving the race’s re-start from Willow to Fairbanks, as they did in 2015, and for a first time in 2003.According to the Iditarod Trail Committee, despite good snow conditions throughout much of Southcentral Alaska, the areas around Rainy Pass and the Dalzell Gorge do not look good.It’s the same section of trail where mushers saw dangerous conditions that led to injuries and widespread criticism over routing during the 2014 race.The ITC said crews are monitoring trail conditions closely, and it will not render a final decision on the re-start until February 10th.If the move to Fairbanks happens again, it’ll be the second time in a row that the southern route is skipped, bypassing communities like Shageluk, Anvik and Grayling.A map of the 2015 Fairbanks race route from via the Iditarod Trail Committee.The Fairbanks route extends west to Tanana, then down the Yukon toward Ruby, with a detour north to Huslia. The longest leg is 119 miles, a far greater distance than the biggest stretch along the traditional routes.Currently there are 75 teams signed up to run this year’s race. Regardless of whether or not the official location is moved, the ceremonial start will be in Anchorage March 4th.Correction: an earlier version of this story said this would be the second time the race was moved. That is incorrect: it would be the third.
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina. File photoPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday criticised the judiciary for ‘wasting’ its time with ‘silly’ matters keeping aside various major cases, reports UNB.“There’re tens of thousands of cases pending with courts in the country. Even a writ is filed with the court regarding the examination (PSC) of children. Courts also passes time with it, though there’re many emergency cases like the arrest of terrorists and JMB men …there’s also hearing of capital punishment remains pending…there’s no time for those. Why is the court passing time with these silly matters,” she said.The prime minister said this following a question of legitimacy for holding examinations like PSC and JSC raised by Jatiya Party MP Kazi Firoz Rashid standing on point of order.He said such examinations go against the constitution of the country and these are illegal.The prime minister said there are some people in the country whose only job is to file writ petitions with the court and discuss on the matter.“Aren’t the students became attentive to their study due to the examinations held in class five and eight. Isn’t the pass rate increasing in the HSC?” she questioned.She mentioned it would be a matter of great regret if the court passes the judgment to stop these examinations.“I don’t know what judgment the court will deliver? If the court gives verdict to stop the study of students it’ll be nothing but a matter of great regret,” she added.Regarding the introduction of PSC and JSC examinations, the prime minister said she herself did that. “I’ve done it considering the wellbeing of children.”Sheikh Hasina said before introducing of these examinations the school authorities used to sort out some students from a class to appear for scholarship examinations and arranged coaching for those selected students only. “With the introduction of the PSC and JSC examinations, school authorities are now paying attention to all students.”Briefly describing various steps of the government for the upgradation of country’s education system, she said the government has already introduced PM’s Education Assistance Trust Fund for higher education. “With this fund, the government provides stipend to even PhD students.”Hasina feared that one day someone will lodge a writ petition with the court why this stipend is giving. “You cannot predict anything.”Talking about coaching, she said this is not related with the PSC and JSC examinations. “Coaching is a different issue,” she said.Earlier, education minister Nurul Islam Nahid said the PSC and JSC examinations are not illegal at all. These are held in line with the National Education Policy 2010 which was approved by Parliament.
Shopping for a new vehicle? You’re likely more interested in things like fuel economy or all-electric range than whether or not your new ride will come with a toilet and a rack full of recording equipment.But if you’re looking for something truly unique to arrive in when you roll up to the club, you may want to get in on the bidding for this 1989 Dodge Ram 350 conversion van. The conversion, in this particular case, was into a rolling surveillance unit for the FBI.This fine specimen has just over 23,000 miles on the odometer, and it’s been well-maintained. It’s got brand new belts all around, tires with 90% of the tread left, frosty AC in both the front and back, and a spotless interior. Hey, Johnny Law likes to keep his workplace clean. He also apparently really liked fake wood paneling back in the day.AdChoices广告The outside has a few dings and dents, but that’s all part of the clever camouflage. You don’t want your surveillance van looking too nice, or it’ll stick out like a sore thumb.Just because this thing was built for surveillance doesn’t mean you have to use it to be a creeper. Why not turn it into the ultimate party van? With a pair of DVD players, two LCD monitors, not one but TWO dual cassette decks, three extra batteries for all-day power, and a toilet. Because you can’t be jumping out to pee in the bushes when you’re on a stakeout, this baby’s ready for whatever you throw at it. If you must be a snitch, be a snitch with style.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA major road defect in Stoke-on-Trent is finally set to be repaired. Motorist Jeffrey Parker has been complaining about the state of Fegg Hayes Road, in Fegg Hayes, since October after claiming his car was damaged by a giant ‘pothole’ just a few hundred metres from his home. He contacted The Sentinel a fortnight ago to complain that the road has still not been repaired and his compensation fight remains unresolved. Now Stoke-on-Trent City Council has put up signs revealing that the work on the road will finally start on Monday, March 19. Councillor Daniel Jellyman, cabinet member for transport, said: “The work to replace this section of the road is scheduled to get underway on Monday. Read MoreMet Office Amber weather warning in force as snow and ice hit region “We have previously investigated the cause of the road defect by testing the drains and gullies in the area but have not found anything yet that could be behind the problem. Our crew will dig down and look to fix anything they find below the surface of the road which could be causing the issue. “The road will be closed while the work is carried out, with a local diversion in operation. That will remain in place until Tuesday as the Tarmac has to be left to cool down overnight.”
The Central American Aeronautics and Space Administration (ACAE) on Monday officially announced that the first Central American satellite, built in Costa Rica, will be launched into space in 2016.The satellite will collect and relay daily data on carbon dioxide to evaluate the effects of climate change.That data will be sent to monitoring bases in tropical forests at the Santa Rosa National Park in Costa Rica’s northwestern province of Guanacaste.Information will then be broadcast to another base station at labs operated by the Technological Institute of Costa Rica (ITCR) for analysis and processing.The project was declared of public interest by an executive decree signed Monday by President Laura Chinchilla, who leaves office in May.“The signing of this decree is an historic event for Costa Rica that will allow the country to position itself as an innovative nation. It is a message to the world that this country is still thinking big. This project will return our people the ability to dream,” ACAE President Carlos Alvarado said.The device weighs less than 10 kilograms and technically is considered a miniature satellite, or picosatellite. It was developed over three years with help from ITCR experts and two Tico scientists, former NASA astronaut Franklin Chang Díaz and NASA engineer Sandra Cauffman, who also is assistant director of the MAVEN project, a mission currently studying the atmosphere of Mars.The launch likely will take place outside of Costa Rica, which currently has no launch infrastructure.“In order to launch the picosatellite, we could either hire a private service or sign a cooperation agreement with a space agency. We already have held conversations with South Korea and NASA,” Alvarado said.Watch a video of the project, courtesy of ACAE, here:https://youtu.be/yr7pPX__KU4 Facebook Comments Related posts:Crowdfunding campaign to orbit Costa Rica’s first satellite surpasses goal Costa Rica’s first satellite project enters decisive stage Costa Rica joins world’s biggest network of space agencies Astronauts from 6 space agencies to convene in Costa Rica next week
Sixty Cypriot firefighters who were meant to fly to Greece to help battle fires are not needed at the moment and will remain on the island, for now, the fire service said on Wednesday.The firefighters were meant to fly to Greece on Tuesday evening but a mechanical problem on the Greek air force transport aircraft scuppered the plan.According to fire service chief Marcos Trangolas, everything was ready, the necessary checks for staff and equipment had been carried out and the members of the fire service, civil defence, and the forest department were ready to fly to Athens when they were notified of the delay.The team was expected to arrive in Athens where the officers were going to be briefed on how to assist the local authorities.But in the meantime, Greek firefighters managed to bring the fires in Attica and Ilia under control during the night so it was decided to leave the Cypriot crews on standby for the time being.The fire broke out on Sunday in Kalamos, a coastal holiday spot some 45 km northeast of the capital, and spread quickly to three more towns, stoked by strong and changing winds. By Wednesday it had destroyed thousands of hectares of pine forest and dozens of homes.By the afternoon, the blaze had decreased in intensity and the perimeter contained by firefighters was expanding, Greek Fire Service spokeswoman Stavroula Maliri said.Rugged terrain dotted with small communities had made the fire-fighting in the towns near Athens difficult, with winds rekindling the blaze at many spots.Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who visited the scene on Wednesday, said Greece had “avoided the worst … and we have to be alert.”Late July and August often see forest and brush fires in Greece, where high temperatures help create dangerous conditions.Across Greece, firefighters were battling more than 33 forest fires, an outbreak fed by dry winds and hot weather that fanned blazes in the Peloponnese and on the Ionian islands of Zakynthos and Kefalonia.Wildfires raging on the island of Zakynthos for six days were “improving,” Maliri said.In the Peloponnese region of Ilia – the site of Greece’s worst fires in 2007 when more than 70 people died – blazes that broke out in three areas on Monday had been tamed.“Today and tomorrow, the prevailing (weather) conditions favour the onset and development of forest fires in several regions across Greece,” Maliri added. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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at Oshodi where I got N52000 and Shogunle where I got N32000 “My fourth operation was at the eatery at Allen Junction Femi Ibranhim keja and myself were inside the eatery disposing customers of their valuables while Wasiu and Akeem were outside watching But when the police came they all escaped leaving me behind” Asked if he had any regrets Sheyi Ganiu nodded his head Asked if he had any advice for other criminals out there he shook his head saying “I have no advice for any criminal out there or those having the intention to join This is because nobody talked me out of this So let them face the music just as I am facing” Meanwhile Crime Alert gathered that operatives at SARS were on the trail of other fleeing member s of the gang while Sheyi would soon be charged to court Source: VanguardWhile Minnesota Lt Trump said the Air Force was "close to signing a $4.berenson@timeinc. 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