El patrullero Serviola @Armada_esp, ?? que se encontraba patrullando al oeste de Malabo, en el Golfo ee Guinea, liberó a la tripulación de un mercante maltés que se encontraba aislada en la ciudadela, en acción conjunta con una fragata guineana, sin encontrar piratas a bordo. pic.twitter.com/Lv5XrFa4RY— Estado Mayor Defensa (@EMADmde) May 7, 2019 Dutch firm Boskalis has informed that its heavy transport vessel Blue Marlin was hijacked on Sunday approximately 80 nautical miles offshore Equatorial Guinea.Blue Marlin / Image by the Spanish NavyIn a statement on Tuesday announcing the news, Boskalis said that “through the professional response of the crew and the coordinated support from the navy of Equatorial Guinea and Spain, the violent hijacking has been ended and the crew was safely freed.”According to Boskalis, after unloading a cargo in the waters of Equatorial Guinea, the Blue Marlin departed last Sunday with destination Malta.“Sunday afternoon, the ship was unlawfully boarded from a zodiac by several armed pirates. By acting quickly and professionally, all twenty crew members were able to secure themselves in the citadel,” Boskalis said.A citadel is a secured space in the vessel equipped with various means of communication and emergency rations“Upon alerting the local authorities of Equatorial Guinea and the NATO mission MDAT-GoG (Maritime Domain Awareness for Trade – Gulf of Guinea), two helicopters were immediately mobilized from Equatorial Guinea, followed by a navy vessel of Equatorial Guinea and one from the Spanish navy, part of the MDAT-GoG mission,” Boskalis said.“Monday morning at daylight, the Blue Marlin was boarded and fully searched by the navy of Equatorial Guinea and Spain. No pirates were found and the crew was freed from the citadel. All the crew members are in good health. The pirates shot several times during their time aboard the Blue Marlin and caused substantial material damage on the bridge, preventing the ship from being sailable. The vessel is currently approximately 40 miles offshore Equatorial Guinea, in international waters,” Boskalis added.After the freeing of the Blue Marlin, the Spanish naval vessel left Monday afternoon, followed in the evening by the naval vessel of Equatorial Guinea. The latter vessel left five armed guards on board to protect the Blue Marlin. Boskalis has now mobilized a oceangoing tug to take the Blue Marlin to a safe location, Boskalis said.The Spanish Defense Ministry tweeted that its Serviola patrol vessel freed the crew from the citadel, without finding the pirates aboard.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been unable to put a timeframe on his star player’s return to action, casting doubt on whether he will feature again for his club this season and also his participation in Euro 2020 this summer.The 22-year-old however is hopeful however he will still have a role to play this term.He wrote on Twitter: “I’ll be back before the season ends to hopefully help my team claim top four.”Marcus Rashford says he will return for Man Utd 'before the season ends' to help top four push https://t.co/SAhzZSWuoe— TheFanSource (@FanSourceNews) January 22, 2020Read Also: Liverpool defeat: Man United charged by FA over players’ misconductSolskjaer has said it will be at least six weeks before Rashford is fit to start training, with the United boss insisting he will give the striker ‘as long as he needs’ to complete his recovery.“We are not going to risk him when he has had an injury. When he comes back he will be 100% fit.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Marcus Rashford says he will return from injury ‘before the season ends’ to help Manchester United clinch a top four finish.Advertisement The England international faces months on the side-lines after suffering a double stress fracture of the back. Loading… Promoted Content15 Action Heroes 25 Years Ago And NowPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledThe Best Cars Of All TimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better
Police identified them as FelizardoLondres, Erwin Villacaster, Jhon Dave Solis, and Jhon Paul Quinanola, allresidents of the village. BACOLOD City – Four persons were nabbedin a drug buy-bust operation in Barangay Banago. The suspects were caught after theyallegedly sold illegal drugs to an undercover officer on Oct. 24, the reportadded. They were detained in the lockup cell of Police Station 3, facingcharges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive DangerousDrugs Act of 2002./PN Recovered from their possession weresuspected shabu worth around P102,000, a police report showed.
Crystal Elaine “Cris” Michael, 54, Greensburg, Indiana, passed away on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at the I.U. Medical Center in Indianapolis.Born March 16, 1962 in Evansville, Indiana, she was the daughter of Charles A. and Beverly (Van Bibber) Marshall.Crystal graduated in 1980 from Greensburg High School. She worked at Pizza King for several years and then worked at Delta Faucet. She was a former member of the Stigma Boosters.She was married to Forrest E. Michael, Sr. on June 19, 1994 and he survives.She is also survived by her mother, Beverly Marshall, Greensburg; three children, Forrest E. (Susan) Michael, Jr., Greensburg, Chris (Jolene) Michael, North Vernon, Melissa (Jeremiah) Combs, California; six siblings, Mike (Sandy) Marshall, Corydon, Kevin (Vietta) McKenzie, Greensburg, Darlene (Bobby) Whitlock, Chandler, Lisa Fasbinder, Greensburg, Patricia “Tiger” Riedeman, Greensburg, Cindy (Dave) Fransico, Hope; brother-in-law, Garry Land, Greensburg; ten grandchildren, two great grandchildren and one soon to be great grandchild.She was preceded in death by her father; two sisters, Debra Land and Cathy Marshall; two grandchildren, Brittany and Breanna Michael.Visitation will be held on Saturday from 10 to 2:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg.Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the funeral home with Jon Porter officiating.Interment will be held in the Lower Union Presbyterian Cemetery.Memorials may be made to the Decatur County Animal Shelter.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
Bobblehead craze has been around for along time. As far as I know, most of the bobblehead giveaways or purchases involve pro athletes. You now can get your favorite 1954 Milan Indian bobblehead. All 12 players on the team have their very own bobblehead. If you are interested, you can purchase any of the 12 separately for $25, or you can buy the entire set for $250. Just contact the Milan 54 Museum or the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum online.I can now say my former boss, Glen Butte, has his own bobblehead! Get them while they last. There are just 500 of each one available for sale.It is hard to believe, but this basketball miracle occurred 65 years ago on March 20! Unfortunately, I remember it well! LOL
Tottenham have completed the signing of Argentinian defender Federico Fazio from Primera Division outfit Sevilla Fazio spent seven seasons in Seville, winning the Copa del Rey, the UEFA Super Cup, the Spanish Super Cup and last season’s Europa League, but he clearly could not hide his delight at moving to the Barclays Premier League. “I’m really happy to be here at this club, this great club with very good players,” he told Spurs’ official Twitter account. “I’m really happy to be here. “I come to Tottenham because I think it’s a very good team, a very good club, very good fans. “I know Spurs is a historic club in this country and league. This is a great club and I’m very happy to be here.” Fazio began his career in his native Argentina playing for Ferro Carril Oeste and earning a move to Spain in 2007. He initially played for Sevilla B but broke into the first-team in the 2007/08 season and eventually went on to make 194 appearances for the club. Fazio joins Ben Davies, Eric Dier and goalkeeper Michel Vorm as defensive additions for Spurs this summer, with DeAndre Yedlin also being drafted in but loaned back to the Seattle Sounders. The north London club announced on their official website that the 27-year-old centre-half had signed a four-year deal at White Hart Lane, following Michael Dawson’s move to Hull on Tuesday. “We are delighted to announce that we have completed the transfer of Federico Fazio from Sevilla,” read a club statement. “The Argentina international has joined us on a four-year contract.” Press Association
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that a 29-year-old man is in critical condition after he attempted to steal a vehicle with a child inside and was shot several times by the child’s father.The incident occurred Saturday around 2:30 am at 3260 Roberts Lane in West Palm Beach.According to the report, the 6-year-old’s father left the child in a running vehicle as he said goodbye to his friends. That’s when the suspect, Lamar Thurman, entered the vehicle and drove away with the child inside. The victim and his friends chased after the vehicle while dialing 911 but eventually Thurman crashed the vehicle in front of 10 Loquat Tree Drive, which allowed the victim and is friends to catch up with him.As the victim and his friends began to approach Thurman, he then began to drive off again. That’s when the victim shot at the vehicle, striking Thurman several times.Thurman was taken to a local hospital where he remains in critical condition.Authorities have reported that the child was unharmed during the incident and that an investigation is ongoing.
New Delhi: Spanish giants Barcelona have unveiled their new signing Arturo Vidal following his switch from Bayern Munich. The 31-year-old dynamic midfielder joins the Blaugrana on a three-year deal for a fee of £27 million after lifting six trophies in Germany.The 100-cap Chilean will sign the contract on Monday, just before his official presentation on the Nou Camp.“To be honest I am very happy and I am looking forward to starting training with my teammates, to wearing such a famous shirt, and to doing important things here.“It is a dream. I hope to achieve my objectives. I am here to win all the trophies available and I will give everything on the pitch to achieve this,” Vidal said at his unveiling.“I am excited to play with Messi, [Luis] Suarez, Sergio Busquets… they are all great players,” he addedVidal comes in as a replacement for Brazilian midfielder Paulinho, who rejoined Guangzhou Evergrande on a season-long loan with an option to make it permanent.Paulinho scored a total of nine goals in La Liga and was crucial to their title-winning campaign amid heavy criticism from the fans.Meanwhile, fans are showing mixed reaction over the signing of the 31-year-old Vidal, despite his magnificent trophy-laden career at Bayern Munich and Juventus.The Chilean has won 13 trophies for Bayern and Juve. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Ivory Coast’s Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, who turns 35 in May, will return to international football more than three years since his last game for his country after being named in the squad for friendlies in France next week.Toure has shunned internationals since leading the Ivorians to the African Nations Cup title in early 2015 but made a surprise announcement in December that he wanted to return despite the country failing to reach this year’s World Cup.Eric Bailly of Manchester United and Crystal Palaceâ€™s Wilfried Zaha, both just back from injury, were also named by caretaker coach Ibrahim Kamara in a 24-man squad to play Togo on March 24 and Moldova three days later, both in Beauvais.FA CUP RESULTS & FIXTURES Swansea City 0 – 3 TottenhamMan United 2 – 0 BrightonWigan v Southampton 2:30pmLeicester v Chelsea 5:30pmShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
During the unveiling, event planners like Winston Crisp, the vice president for student affairs, and David Galaviz, associate vice president of local government relations, and student staff members Diana Greer and Xavier Hernandez spoke about the significance of the banners. Avaion Ruth, a freshman majoring in health and human sciences, said the banners make Latinx culture more visible at USC. The banners created by local artist Pola Lopez, depict 25 Latinx countries, Mesoamerica and La Causa civil rights movement, as well as other Latinx themes. This is also the first time that Latinx theme banners have been hung up on campus. (Photo by Ling Luo) While pins with miniature versions of the artwork were distributed, Latin fusion dance team Break on 2 performed as part of the celebration. Andrea Porras Portillo, the team’s president and a senior majoring in communication, said events like the banner unveiling and her group’s performance help make the Latinx community more visible on campus. Billy Vela, director of La CASA, told the audience that the organization invited students in the Latinx community to present aspects of their culture before selecting and pitching concepts to the artist during a seven-to-eight month process. “It’s a very big moment to have this year at USC, to have our culture displayed in the middle of campus right next to Tommy Trojan,” Hernandez said. “I’ve never been part of something like this or seen something like this on campus. To have a voice where we can see a lot of the input that we put on campus, to see people we actually know [on the banner], to see unsung heroes not everybody knows but will know is going to be a very, very beautiful journey.” “This has been a long time coming, based on the shoulders and hard work of our ancestors … [and] all the other marginalized communities,” Vela said. “At this time politically in our country, it is imperative that we really know each other, and more importantly, that we actually respect one another because every culture and every [group of] people have amazing things to offer.” “It creates an interest in our culture, in our dances, in our music, in our art and in our people that I think is really essential to create a culture of diversity and inclusion,” she said. A walk down Trousdale Parkway is filled with new vibrant colors and art thanks to the banners featuring artwork by local artist Pola Lopez in celebration of Latinx Heritage Month. For the first time in USC history, banners that represent all 25 Latinx countries and feature symbolic images, ranging from ancient artifacts to a portrait of civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, hang above USC’s historic walkway. La CASA partnered with University Communications to produce seven original art pieces that embodied the diversity within the Latinx community and unveiled them Wednesday afternoon at Tommy Trojan, where 50 attendees listened and enjoyed the Latinx music. Lopez organized the students’ concepts to create seven pieces depicting Mesoamerica, indigenous people and the civil rights movement La Causa. Two paintings reflected the 25 flags of Latin America, unified with the statement somos todos un pueblo (“we are all one community”). “[Lopez] really did encompass everything it means to be a person of Latinx descent,” said Yocelyn Pina, a freshman majoring in architecture. “In particular, I really love the one showing Latinos graduating and their parents because it really is, for many Latinx students, such a struggle and a monumental moment in their lives being able to get an education and being able to get support while getting that education.” “When you go outside to L.A., there’s so much Latino culture, but when you get on campus, it’s a lot more whitewashed, so I think it’s definitely important that we’re not erasing the culture that’s around USC,” Ruth said. “I think it’s amazing to walk down [Trousdale] and look up and see people who have skin like mine.”