Somali refugees are stranded in Yemen Saudi Arabia strikes Yemen Rebels Cairo goes berserk for Amitabh Bachchan Morocco’s armed forces say one of its F-16 fighter jets taking part in the Saudi-led Sunni coalition air strikes against the Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen has gone missing.The statement carried by the state news agency MAP said early on Monday that the plane has been missing since 6 p.m. the previous day.The pilot of the second jet said he didn’t see pilot of the jet that went missing eject added the statement, which said that an investigation is under way.Moroccan forces, together with those of the rest of the Gulf countries are taking part in air strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen that have taken over large sections of the country. Morocco has six F-16 jets stationed in the United Arab Emirates.–APRelated
Published on February 21, 2016 at 3:30 pm Contact Jon: email@example.com | @jmettus Syracuse starting attack Nick Piroli is out for Sunday’s game against No. 12 Albany with a lower-body injury, a Syracuse Athletics spokesman confirmed to The Daily Orange Sunday afternoon.Starting midfielder Tim Barber will move up to attack to replace him and attack Matt Lane will take Barber’s spot in the midfield.Barber started three games attack in 2015 in place of an injured Randy Staats. His 12 other starts were at midfield.Lane, a redshirt sophomore, will be making the first start of his career.Piroli, a graduate transfer, scored two goals and added an assist in his first game with the Orange — an 18-5 win over Siena on Feb. 13. He scored 47 goals and tallied 38 assists in three years with Brown.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse (1-0) hosts Albany at 4 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ After senior Santita Ebangwese fired a spike to record the first SU point of the game, the Syracuse bench thrust its arms in the air, cheered, and mimicked a spike, except senior Jalissa Trotter. She stared at them blankly before silently repeating that motion.After starting each of the first 19 matches for Syracuse, Trotter was not the starting setter for Syracuse (14-7, 10-3 Atlantic Coast) for the second consecutive game. Junior Dana Valelly started in the four-set win on Sunday, Oct. 28 against Louisville and again opened the match in the four-set win over Boston College (13-12, 3-10). Valelly and Trotter split time and tallied 49 combined assists with only two service errors, both coming from Trotter.Against Boston College, SU ran the 6-2 rotation, different from its usual 5-1. The Orange rotated in six oustide hitters or middle blockers along with two setters. Every few points, Syracuse head coach Leonid Yelin make a rotation. Yelin switched to the different formation ahead of the win against Louisville last weekend.“Against that team, we need to be more physical,” Yelin said. “They did a really good job on Sunday. It was no reason to change today. How it’s going to be from here, we will see.”Early in the first set, Syracuse led by two points, 5-3. After Ebangwese fired a jump serve over the net, Golden Eagle sophomore Amaka Chukwujekwu leaped into the air and crushed the ball towards the middle of the court. Valelly reacted the quickest and slid, but she failed to hit the ball.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs it smacked into the ground and Boston College prepared to serve, Yelin turned around and pointed at the idle Trotter. She ripped off her navy blue jacket and jogged towards the sideline. One point later, Trotter saw her first action of the night.Trotter and Valelly continually swapped places for the other throughout the night. Valelly was unfazed by constantly running on and off the court. She and Trotter rehearse this two-setter formation at every practice.“I always … play the game that I’m used to,” Valelly said. “We practice this every day with these girls so it’s nothing different.”As the match progressed, Trotter and Valelly settled into their unfamiliar roles. Valelly relayed play calls from associate head coach Erin Little after every point and Trotter celebrated with the rest of the bench.After a close third set loss, Valelly trotted out with the starters. Before they could step foot on the court, Trotter wrapped her arms around them told the six to “keep their energy up,” sophomore Ella Saada said. As everyone else left the circle, Trotter looked directly at Valelly and said, “right now.”Her speech worked. The Orange took the first four points and crushed the Golden Eagles 25-13 in the deciding fourth set.“Once we really pushed through and fought for each other, we found that level,” junior Kendra Lukacs said. “I think we felt that more in the fourth.” Published on October 31, 2018 at 10:28 pm Contact Adam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @_adamhillman
Share Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Submit Related Articles StumbleUpon GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Noel Hamill – Ladbrokes CoralUK marketing news source The Drum has reported that FTSE100 bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral Plc has appointed Noel Hamill as new Group Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).Hamill joins Ladbrokes Coral’s leadership team from UK mobile telecoms operator EE, where he most recently served as Managing Director of Marketing (2016-2018).Taking over CMO responsibilities, Hamill will be tasked with leading group marketing strategies, media planning, optimising of Ladbrokes Coral sponsorships and the management of partner marketing agencies.Ladbrokes Coral governance makes its senior executive appointment, as GVC Holdings proceeds with the final stages of its £3.2-£4 billion takeover of the FTSE betting group.This Wednesday, Ladbrokes Coral Plc completed its final day of trading as a FTSE enterprise, as GVC prepares to absorb the UK betting legacy brands issuing 273 million new shares as an enlarged corporation.Led by GVC’s Chief Executive Kenneth Alexander, the combination seeks to become the leading player in UK gambling, dominating digital and retail betting disciplines.
The Co Donegal man charged with dangerous driving causing the deaths of eight people in Inishowen in 2010 has sensationally pleaded guilty. Shaun Kelly arriving at Letterkenny Circuit court (c) North West NewspixThe trial of Shaun Kelly was due to begin today with defense barrister Peter Nolan saying it could last more than one week.Kelly, 25, of Hill Head, Buncrana appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court as did the families of those who died in the crash outside Clonmany. Mr Kelly had initially pleaded not guilty to the charge shortly before 11m.A jury panel of six men and six woman was then sworn in.However when the case was due to commence, Mr Kelly asked to be re-arranged and changed his plea to guilty.Judge O’Hagan released Mr Kelly on his bail until December 9th. He ordered all the appropriate medical reports be carried out on Mr Kelly.Judge O’Hagan then addressed members of the families who had come to court.He told them “Something distressing but positive has happened and I hope it gives you some closure on the affair.”He then informed them of Mr Kelly’s decision to plead guilty.He then asked one member of each family to provide a victim impact statement to be presented in the future. He also asked each family to nominate one family member to read out that report at a future sitting.The men who died in the crash in Clonmany, Co Donegal, on July 11th, 2010 were Hugh Friel (66), Urris, Clonmany, Eamon McDaid (22) of Ballymagan, Buncrana; Mark McLaughlin, (21) of Ballinahone, Fahan; Paul Doherty (19), of Ardagh, Ballyliffin; Ciaran Sweeney (19), of Ballyliffin; PJ McLaughlin (21), of Rockstown, Burnfoot; James McEleney (23), of Meenaduff, Clonmany and Damien McLaughlin (21), of Umricam, Buncrana.BREAKING NEWS: MAN ACCUSED OF CAUSING INISHOWEN CRASH CHANGES PLEA TO GUILTY was last modified: July 22nd, 2014 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:donegalInishowenpleads guiltyShaun Kelly