December 16, 2019

Duke’s Williamson Wins AP Men’s College Player of the Year

first_imgMINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Just about everything Zion Williamson did at Duke created a highlight or headline in a spectacle of a season.The soaring dunks.The open-court moves more nimble than his 6-foot-7, 285-pound frame should allow.Even the freak occurrence of one of his feet tearing through its shoe in a fall to the court.Handling all that attention became maybe the biggest lesson for the freshman, who quickly became the face of college basketball and the game’s biggest star in years — then fittingly finished as The Associated Press men’s player of the year.“I was comfortable with it because you don’t really have a choice,” Williamson said in an interview with the AP earlier this week. “I think if you try to force it out, then it’s going to bother you. … My mom just told me to look at it as a lot of kids would wish to be in my position, so if it does bother me, I just think about it like that.”Williamson claimed 59 of 64 votes from AP Top 25 voters before the NCAA Tournament in results released Friday. Freshman teammate RJ Barrett earned two votes as a fellow AP first-team All-American, while Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter, Michigan State’s Cassius Winston and Murray State’s Ja Morant each earned one vote.Williamson had hoped to be in Minneapolis preparing for Saturday’s national semifinals like Hunter and Winston. But the Blue Devils fell to Winston’s Spartans in the Elite Eight as the top overall seed.“I was just telling (teammates) don’t let nobody tell you this season was a disappointment, because people have got to understand it’s March Madness,” he said, adding: “I mean, winning the championship is not a cakewalk.”In a likely one-year college stop for a possible top overall NBA draft pick, the 18-year-old Williamson averaged 22.6 points and 8.9 rebounds while ranking second nationally by shooting 68%. He also ranked among the Atlantic Coast Conference leaders in steals (2.12) and blocks (1.79).Williamson’s play was marked by breathtaking athleticism to go by, through and over anyone to get the ball (look at his personal-favorite 360-degree dunk against Clemson or his rapid-closeout swat of Hunter’s shot at Virginia for proof).There was the charisma, too. He projected a self-assured ease amid the crush of postgame interviews, even routinely having walk-on Mike Buckmire join him as a wingman as though bringing his teammate into his unique orbit.“It’s been remarkable what he’s done,” said North Carolina coach Roy Williams, who recruited Williamson. “There hasn’t been many guys like that to come down the road. So the attention he’s gotten, I think he’d deserved. … He’s driven a different ship.”That February shoe blowout illustrated just how different.Williamson missed nearly six full games after injuring his knee in the fall, which had his left foot sticking through the side of his Paul George signature shoe from Nike. The bizarre image wounded Nike’s day-after stock price and had some arguing that he shouldn’t return to protect his pro stock.That was never an option for Williamson. He returned in the ACC Tournament sporting a reinforced pair of Kyrie Irving Nikes, which followed Nike representatives visiting Duke’s campus to sort out what went wrong.The unusual moments of stardom didn’t stop there, either.“Cars will be driving by (on campus) and I mean, they’ll just stop,” Williamson said with a chuckle. “In the middle of the road. And people will jump out of the car and get pictures. I’m looking at my watch, I have two minutes to get to class and my class is a five-minute walk. … I’ll look at them and they’ll be so high, I’m like, ‘Yeah, I got you, I’ll take the picture.”He also frequently encountered Duke fans waiting near the practice gym for autographs.“You’ve got 20 minutes before that clock starts for practice, you’ve got like 20 people outside,” Williamson said. “You’re like, ‘I don’t think I can do this.’ So then it comes down to: do I say no? Or do I tell them to wait?“I’ve been in a lot of situations. Sometimes they understood, other times they weren’t so accepting of it. But I guess that’s part of life.”Williamson said there’s “obviously a high possibility” he enters the draft but he’s not ready to make anything official as he enjoys being a college student a little longer with plans on taking summer classes toward a degree.Williamson said he has no regrets, calling the season “the most fun I’ve ever had in my life.”“My mom would tell me, ‘College is something you don’t want to miss out on’ because not only have I enjoyed the basketball side of coming to Duke, I’ve enjoyed being a student here just as much,” Williamson said. “The relationships I’ve built with the students here — like talking to kids I guess people wouldn’t picture me talking to, hanging out with them — it’s bigger than basketball.”VOTING BREAKDOWNZion Williamson, Duke — 59R.J. Barrett, Duke — 2De’Andre Hunter, Virginia — 1Ja Morant, Murray State — 1Cassius Winston, Michigan State — 1By: Aaron Beard, AP Basketball WriterTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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India-Pakistan World Cup clash likely to be discussed on sidelines of ICC meet

first_imgThe International Cricket Council is likely take a call on India-Pakistan cricketing ties during its meeting in Dubai on February 27, sources in cricket’s governing body revealed on Wednesday.India and Pakistan, the powerhouses of Asian cricket, haven’t played bilateral cricket since Pakistan’s visit to their neighbouring country in 2012-13 for a three-match ODI series. Both the teams though have been meeting at key tournaments organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Asian Cricket Council (ACC).But the fate of India and Pakistan’s June 16 group match in the ICC World Cup still hangs in the balance with the ICC now likely to take a call on that next week.”There are chances that the India-Pakistan World Cup clash will be discussed on the sidelines of ICC meeting to be held in Dubai from 27th February,” an ICC source was quoted as saying by ANI.ICC sources: There are chances that the India-Pakistan World Cup clash will be discussed on the sidelines of ICC meeting to be held in Dubai from 27th February. (@ANI) February 20, 2019The recent terrorist attack in Pulwama in which 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers were martyred last week has forced the Indian government to cut all ties and isolate Pakistan on the international stage, but a call is yet to be taken on whether the two countries would play cricket with each other in the upcoming ICC World Cup or not.Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla on Wednesday confirmed that the BCCI will act upon whatever decision the government takes in this matter.advertisement”No bilateral matches happening from the last 10 years between India and Pakistan. India is only playing Pakistan in ICC tournaments. Now, we in the BCCI will follow further government decision on it.”BCCI CEO will follow government order, whether India has to play ICC matches with Pakistan or not. If government thinks that India should not play vs Pakistan, BCCI will definitely follow the instruction,” former BCCI vice-president Rajeev Shukla said on Indo-Pak cricket.”BCCI’s decision on India-Pakistan has always been based on government advise. Any decision that BCCI COA takes should be after calling an SGM and taking into account all the members’ views,” former BCCI secretary Niranjan Shah said.Maintaining that the BCCI hasn’t approached the ICC over issues surrounding the India-Pakistan clash, a source in the Indian cricket board also said that regardless of ICC’s ruling, the final call on the tie will be taken by the Indian government.”Situation will get clearer after some time, a little closer to the World Cup. ICC has nothing to do with it. If the government at that point in time feels we shouldn’t play, it’s obvious that we won’t play,” the source said.”But the result of that would be that Pakistan will get the points of the match & if it is final (b/w India & Pakistan), they will win the World Cup without even playing. We haven’t yet approached ICC in this regard.”The response comes a day after International Cricket Council said it does not foresee any change in the schedule of the mega event starting May 30. ICC CEO Dave Richardson told the PTI there is no such indication as of now that the match will be cancelled.”Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this terrible incident and we will be monitoring the situation with our Members,” Richardson said, offering his condolences on the ghastly terror attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were martyred.”There is no indication that any (of the) matches at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup will not go ahead as planned.”Also Read | No India vs Pakistan at World Cup? BCCI sources say government to take final callAlso Read | Photos of Imran Khan and other Pakistani cricketers removed from Chinnaswamy StadiumAlso Read | No indication that any of World Cup matches will not go ahead as per plan: ICC CEOAlso Read | 13 photos of Pakistani cricketers removed from HPCA stadiumlast_img read more

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100 Days of Summer: Get to Know No. 5 Justice Hill

first_imgHe doesn’t require an introduction as much as he’s earned a celebration. Personally, I’m celebrating the fact that in five days we can stop pining for football — and actually start enjoying football.Five. Days.How he got to OSULast year’s Freshman All-American Justice Hill received four total scholarship offers. Fortunately, he only needed one. The Oklahoma Class 6A-II Offensive Player of the Year from Booker T. Washington (Tulsa) has been an OSU fan for some time. When the Cowboys came calling, he didn’t hesitate and committed quickly.What he’s done in StillwaterLet’s take stock. Hill broke both freshman rushing records at Oklahoma State — Mike Hamilton’s freshman record of 961 yards and Thurman Thomas’ true freshman record of 843 yards.With 1,142 yards, he led all FBS freshmen in rushing yards in 2016 while not securing a starting role until Week 4. And he was the first 1,000-yard rusher at OSU since Joseph Randle in 2012.Role in 2017RB1.If he can beat the Cowboys’ all-time leading rusher (Thurman Thomas) in year-one yardage, what are his sights set on this season? Hill’s also put on a sophomore 20 and even did his best to upstage his teammates and head coach attending Big 12 Media Days when he squatted 565 pounds that same morning.He’s better at pass protection. He’s better at catching. He’s just better. And that’s a scary thought for the Big 12’s linebackers.Noteworthy stats and highlightsHill scored six rushing touchdowns as a true freshman and because I like you guys I’m going to show you every. single. one.Here we go. The first was against Baylor in the first play following Baylor’s punt return snafu that gave OSU the ball at the Bears’ 5-yard line.Here’s No. 2, that great run after contact against UT.And Iowa State.Against the Jayhawks.No. 5 against Texas Tech.And the only way to end this post. If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

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Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne strikes at the last to break Liverpool hearts

first_imgAn exultant chorus of Allez, Allez, Allez filled the Stadio San Paolo after the final whistle but not the version that accompanied Liverpool all the way to last season’s Champions League final. It reverberated with a Neapolitan voice. Only they had cause to celebrate. Only their team delivered. Liverpool were silenced. Photograph: Kieran McManus/Rex Features Champions League roundup: Inter win at PSV leaves Spurs six points adrift A slender Napoli win courtesy of a 90th-minute winner may indicate misfortune for Jürgen Klopp’s team. The story of the contest was much different. Liverpool, not to put too fine a point on it, were unrecognisable. Uncharacteristically subdued, error‑strewn and on the back foot throughout, the visitors did not produce one shot on target against Carlo Ancelotti’s side and Lorenzo Insigne’s late winner was the least Napoli deserved. The momentum produced by that dramatic stoppage-time win against Paris Saint-Germain has been squandered by last season’s finalists.Klopp identified the failing that led to Insigne’s decisive tap-in from José Callejón’s low cross – “We didn’t close the gap between Joe [Gomez] and Virgil [van Dijk]; another tactical mistake” – but struggled to explain his team’s worst display of the season overall. It was as weak as it was unexpected and the Liverpool manager said he will need to review it before reaching conclusions. It will be painful viewing. Quick guide Champions League results Tuesday 2 OctoberGroup E: AEK Athens 2-3 Benfica, Bayern Munich 1-1 AjaxGroup F: Hoffenheim 1-2 Man City, Lyon 2-2 ShakhtarGroup G: CSKA Moscow 1-0 Real Madrid, Roma 5-0 PlzenGroup H: Juventus 3-0 Young Boys, Man Utd 0-0 Valencia Hide Napoli The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Show match reports Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne slides in to score the winning goal. Photograph: Ciro de Luca/Reuters Keïta’s night was over minutes later when he injured his back in a collision with the matchwinner Insigne. The midfielder’s distress was obvious as he received lengthy treatment before going off. A worrying sight for Klopp, regardless of the Guinea captain’s difficult night on the ball, and cue for Henderson’s swift return.Liverpool’s problems were not confined to wayward passes in the heart of their midfield. Napoli regularly broke behind the outnumbered Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back. To the annoyance of the home crowd they were unable to capitalise because of a recurring fault – a dreadful final ball. When Arkadiusz Milik opted to find Insigne inside the penalty area rather than shoot, and overhit his pass straight out of play, the San Paolo howled in disapproval. Read more Facebook Jürgen Klopp takes blame for defeat against Napoli and waits on Naby Keïta Liverpool Twitter Read more Thank you for your feedback. Ancelotti said: “We played with an extra central defender because Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah targeted our two centre-backs in the friendly. That’s what they do and it creates space for Roberto Firmino. We wanted to stop that and we did.”Napoli were the more threatening team throughout, too.The San Paolo may be crumbling in places but remains an atmospheric arena that can test seasoned Champions League travellers. Locals were queuing for the beat seats in the old house more than three hours before kick-off as Napoli endeavoured to capitalise on home advantage following a disappointing goalless draw at Red Star Belgrade. Not that it was full, however, and Liverpool’s difficulties were of their own making rather than any external noise.Naby Keïta replaced Jordan Henderson in the only change to the Liverpool team who drew at Chelsea on Saturday and set the tone with a series of misplaced passes during his 19 minutes on the pitch. Two mistakes almost led to clear chances for Insigne, who was denied one by Van Dijk’s interception and shot narrowly wide of Alisson’s far post after the £52.75m midfielder had sent a loose ball to Callejón. Pinterest Read more Share on Messenger Share on WhatsApp Lionel Messi’s masterclass gives Barcelona win over Tottenham Reuse this content Champions League Patience had been stretched by several similar errors although Milik was closest to opening the scoring in the first half when he turned Van Dijk on the penalty spot and tested Alisson with a rising shot.Milik forced Alisson into another sharp save early in the second half as Napoli restarted with an intensity and purpose that Liverpool lacked. The Poland international took aim from almost 30 yards with a low drive that Alisson blocked at full stretch to his left. Gomez was crucially on hand to clear before Insigne could snap up the rebound. From the subsequent corner Fabián Ruiz shot straight at Liverpool’s overworked keeper. The pressure was growing, as were the number of unforced errors from Liverpool.Van Dijk denied Insigne with a perfectly timed tackle at the near post after Milik released Mário Rui for an inviting cross from the left.Seconds later the Netherlands defender gifted possession to Milik inside the Liverpool area and was reprieved when the striker over‑elaborated yet again – prompting further derision from the Napoli crowd – and allowed Alexander‑Arnold to intercept. Alisson was not immune to errors in possession either, gifting the hosts the ball with one misplaced chip. Gomez helped retain parity with a goal-line clearance from Callejón but Dries Mertens, the Napoli substitute, should have opened the scoring when found unmarked inside the area by Rui’s delightful cross. Mertens volleyed against the bar instead and Liverpool appeared reprieved.It was a misconception. In the final minute Napoli broke down the right with Van Dijk dragged over to the touchline and Andy Robertson unable to catch Callejón’s run into the area. The cross eluded Liverpool’s retreating defence, Gomez lost Insigne and the striker slid in to convert. There could be no complaints. Wednesday 3 OctoberGroup A: Atlético Madrid 3-1 Club Brugge; Dortmund 3-0 MonacoGroup B: PSV 1-2 Internazionale; Tottenham 2-4 BarcelonaGroup C: PSG 6-1 Red Star Belgrade; Napoli 1-0 LiverpoolGroup D: Lokomotiv Moscow 0-1 Schalke; Porto 1-0 GalatasarayLatest Champions League table Topics Share on Twitter Share via Email Was this helpful? Share on Pinterest He had described Ancelotti as a “smart fox” and the three-times Champions League-winning coach lived up to the pre-match description. The Italian deployed a third centre‑back in his starting lineup, Nikola Maksimovic, to prevent a repeat of the 5-0 friendly defeat by Liverpool in Dublin in August; an experience that Klopp insisted would have no influence on a competitive European tie. Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebooklast_img read more

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first_imgAll finals and results will be updated as regularly as possible throughout the day: MENS OPEN FINALS: The Mens Open quarter finals see Wests facing the potential giant-killer in Manly, who have shown they can rise to an occasion over the tournament. Lismore, widely regarded as the strongest country side, will need to put in a strong performance to get past the experienced Easts side, although a potential semi final against Wests looms ahead. On their form in the final round match, many would be tipping Parramatta to make it through to the semis and the match between Canterbury and Penrith could go either way. Canterbury certainly challenged Wests in their final round match, but Penrith have performed consistently over the weekend and will rate themselves as a strong chance. The quarter finals went as expected, although some may not have called Penrith to make it past Canterbury. Penrith’s win sees them match up again against Parramatta who they upset in the pool matches. Western Suburbs will face Lismore who gave them a tough match in the pool rounds. Anything could happen come semi finals! QF1- 1st Pool 1 v 4th Pool 2: Western Suburbs (9) def Manly Warringah (3) QF2- 2nd Pool 2 v 3rd Pool 1: Lismore (6) def Eastern Suburbs (4) QF3- 1st Pool 2 v 4th Pool 1: Parramatta (4) def Cronulla (2) QF4- 2nd Pool 1 v 3rd Pool 2: Penrith (4) def Canterbury (2) In what was probably one of the biggest upsets of the tournament, Lismore defeated the highly fancied Western Suburbs, champions for the past two State Cups and recent Sydney Championships winners. With a side that includes several Gold Coast players, Lismore reversed their earlier defeat to grab a position in the main event against Parramatta, who easily accounted for Penrith 7-0. Parramatta looked strong, also reversing their earlier round match loss to Penrith and the grand final is shaping up to be a tight match. SF1- Winner QF1 v Winner QF2: Lismore (6) def Western Suburbs (5) SF2- Winner QF3 v Winner QF4: Parramatta (7) def Penrith (0) It was on for young and old in the Mens grand final. One of the best displays of Touch and also sportsmanship that had been seen the entire tournament. While there was that element of showmanship and fire that often comes with Mens Open, It never ventured into dirty and both sides were led by touch legends. For Parramatta it was Mark Boland, in his 19th year playing Mens Open who helped Parramatta take an early lead, his diving touch down showing nothing of his age. For Lismore, it was Mook Harrington Senior, who ran the length of the field from Australian Open representative Matt Curran to score. The young didn’t wait too long to get in on the act either, Parramatta and Australian rising star Troy Malcolm throwing a brilliant pass to get Parramatta ahead again before Mook Junior followed his father and scored for Lismore. After one final diving touch down Lismore were crowned State Cup Champions, the first ever country side to win the title in State Cup history…since 1977! GF- Winner SF1 v Winner SF2: Lismore (4) def Parramatta (3) Player of the Final- Nathan Jones (Lismore) WOMENS OPEN FINALS: The Womens Open finals are wide open, with final round matches on Sunday morning determining final positions. After the final round of matches Cronulla snuck through to the semis with a draw against Albion Park. They will need to improve to challenge Canterbury who beat them 5-1 in the round matches. SF1- 1st v 4th: Canterbury (3) def Cronulla (1) SF2- 2nd v 3rd Easts (4) def Wests (3) drop-off Matches between East and Canterbury are fast becoming tight and tough struggles that never fail to disappoint. After their recent Sydney Championships grand final meeting and then the final second draw in their pool match at State Cup; the Grand Final also followed the same titanic struggle of a track. Canterbury led for the entire match, remarkably holding Easts scoreless for a 1-0 win. Not to be understated considering the quality of the Easts side, which contained many current Australian Open and Junior representatives. For Canterbury this win was sweet especially after conceding to Easts in the pool match and giving up the lead in the Sydney Championships grand final. GF- Winner SF1 v SF2: Canterbury (1) def Easts (0) Player of the Final- Louise Winchester (Canterbury) OTHER RESULTS: Mixed Open: Shield GF- Northern Suburbs (7) def Menai (4) Player of the Final- Andrew Stergio (northern Suburbs) and Deborah Steinhardt (Northern Suburbs) Championship GF- Cronulla (5) def Port Macquarie (2) Player of the Final- Kylie Stewart (Cronulla) and Brad Davids (Cronulla) Mens 23’s: GF- Central Coast (6) def Western Suburbs (5) Player of the Final- Ben Holden (Wests) Mens 30’s: GF- Western Suburbs (2) def Manly Warringah (1) Player of the Final- Rob Barakat (Wests) Mens 35’s: GF- Western Suburbs (3) def Canterbury (2) drop-off Player of the Final- Troy O’Malley (Wests) Mens 40’s: GF- Wollongong (4) def Port Macquarie (3) Player of the Final- John Wheatley (Wollongong) Mens 45’s: GF- Penrith (1) def Manly Warringah (0) Player of the Final- Phil O’Keefe (Penrith) Mens 50’s: GF- Canterbury (2) def Newcastle City (1) drop-off Player of the Final- Paul Healey (Newcastle City) Womens 23’s: GF- Lismore (3) def Cronulla (2) Player of the Final- Missy Shaw (Lismore) Womens 30’s: GF- Westmead (3) def Newcastle Uni (2) drop-off Player of the Final- Debbie Potts (Newcastle Uni) Womens 35’s: GF- Easts (2) def Hornsby (0) Player of the Final- Maria Sonda (Easts) Womens 40’s: GF- Port Macquarie (2) def Manly (0) Player of the Final- Deb Walsh (Port Macquarie) Senior Mixed: GF- Forster Tuncurry (2) def Port Macquarie (1) Player of the Final- Wendy Wilkins (Forster Tuncurry) and David Eason (Forster Tuncurry) Club Championship award: 73 points- Western Suburbs 71 points- Manly Warringah 69 points- Port Macquarie By Rachel Moyle, read more

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Here’s Your Updated March Madness Bracket Heading Into Friday

first_imgUpdated NCAA Tournament bracket.Day one of the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament did not disappoint, as four teams notched huge upsets to advance to the third round this upcoming Saturday. Two No. 3 seeds – Baylor and Iowa State – fell to No. 14 seeds in thrillers. That being said, the two No. 1 seeds in action – Kentucky and Villanova – looked solid in convincing victories.Here’s the updated bracket, via CBS Sports, with scores, game times, locations and all of the other pertinent information.updated bracketFriday will see another 16 contests, and hopefully even more madness. How’s your bracket look?last_img read more

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UK Regulator Approves Baltic Exchange Takeover

first_imgzoom UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) approved of Singapore Exchange’s acquisition of London-based Baltic Exchange Limited on October 13, the Baltic Exchange confirmed.The approval comes on the back of the green light received from Baltic Exchange’s shareholders on the GBP 87 million takeover deal following a period of extensive consultations.The Baltic Exchange said that, after the approval of the earlier agreed scheme by Baltic Exchange shareholders on September 26 and in light of the decision by the FCA, the Court Hearing to sanction the scheme, which was initially expected to be in late November 2016, has now been scheduled to take place on November 7.The acquisition is the latest in a series of mergers and acquisitions in the world of exchanges, prompted by the persistent downturn in the shipping industry, according to Reuters.Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) and Baltic Exchange agreed on the terms for the recommended offer by SGX for the entire issued share capital of the Baltic Exchange in late August.Under the terms of the acquisition, Baltic Exchange shareholders will be entitled to receive GBP 160.41 in cash for each Baltic Exchange Share and GBP 19.30 in cash per Baltic Exchange Share as a final dividend.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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Family searching for answers after Little Saskatchewan man dies following encounter with

first_imgBrittany HobsonAPTN NewsThe family of a First Nations man is left reeling after a police encounter ended in his death last month.Sean Thompson, 30, died after Winnipeg Police arrested him following an alleged break and enter in the city’s North End.“[Investigators] told me that my brother collapsed while he was in police custody. They didn’t really have any answers,” Erica Thompson, Sean’s sister, told APTN News.According to information released by the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba (IIU), the body tasked with investigating serious incidents involving police, officers were called to a break and enter on Alfred Ave. around 2:30 a.m. on June 26.The release goes on to say the suspect was apprehended one block over on Burrows Avenue, “as officers took the male into custody, he appeared to be in medical distress.”He was transported to a Winnipeg hospital where he later died.Little else is known about the circumstances around the arrest but Erica said her brother would never commit a crime.“I don’t see my brother trying to break into a house,” she said.“To me, if anything, maybe he was drinking and maybe he was lost.”The last time Erica saw her brother was at her home the prior evening.Their mother spoke with Sean on the phone around 10 p.m. He told her he was meeting up one of his brothers and a friend for a few drinks.Another brother later told Erica he spoke with Sean on the phone around 1 a.m. Sean told him he was going home to get a phone charger because he battery was almost dead.No one saw or heard from him after that.The family was finally able to identify the body two days after Sean passed when they noticed numerous injuries.APTN has obtained photos of Sean’s body but is not releasing them out of respect for the family.In the photos there is significant bruising around his knees and wrists as well as large gashes in the same area.There are also red marks around his neck and some swelling along his jawline.Erica said the sudden death doesn’t make sense because he did not suffer from any medical conditions.“His body is saying something else,” she said.The family is originally from Little Saskatchewan – one of the communities devastated by the 2011 flood.After an eight-year battle residents from four First Nations are finally receiving money from a $90-million settlement.The Thompson family is one of them.According to the family, Sean had more than $10,000 on him at the time of the incident, but Erica said the IIU told her less than $1,000 was recovered by police.Sean was a loving father of two young kids as well as a stepdaughter.When he wasn’t spending time with his children he was working out or driving around the city.“My nephew and niece deserve to know what happened to their dad,” Erica said.Sean was the second youngest in a family of five siblings.Even though Erica, 38, is older Sean was her protector.He did the same for their mother Norma Thompson.Norma is learning how to live without her caregiver.“Sometime I think I’m strong enough and then I’m not,” she said. “At the funeral I didn’t cry and I told [my kids] I’m going to be strong for you…I was all cried out by then.”The family is left with more questions than answers.Both Winnipeg Police and the IIU are refusing to comment saying it’s still an ongoing investigation.Erica and Norma just want justice.“For our people to go through this. Enough is enough already. Somebody should put a stop to it,” said Norma.The IIU is looking for witnesses or other individuals who have information or video footage of this incident. They can be contacted at read more

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UN role restricted to planning joint DR CongoRwanda operation against rebels

The UN peacekeeping mission in DRC, known as MONUC, will set up a planning an liaison task force to support the operation aimed at defeating the Forces Démocratiques pour la Libération du Rwanda (FDLR), based in eastern DRC.“We expect to be primarily associated with planning operations,” said the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in DRC, Alan Doss. Following a request from the DRC Minister of Defence earlier in the week, Mr. Doss has put in place a MONUC team to work with the joint DRC/Rwanda operation in Goma, the capital of the eastern North Kivu province.The goal for the group of six to eight staff military officers sent to assist with the operation is to boost the presence and gradual inclusion of UN civilian staff in planning the operation, as well as work on issues such as humanitarian coordination and the demobilization of former Congolese or ethnic Rwandan Hutu fighters.MONUC also underscored that it will not participate in any transaction in which Bosco Ntanganda, the leader of the mainly Tutsi National Congress in Defense of the People (CNDP) militia, will play a role at any level. 31 January 2009The top United Nations official to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) stressed today that the world body is only involved in planning and coordinating the joint DRC/Rwanda military offensive targeting ethnic Rwandan Hutu militias. read more

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Mahinda reiterates concerns on Geneva resolution

Rajapaksa says the people should be vigilant about what some powerful forces are trying to achieve by jailing Sri Lanka’s war heroes, sacking through an administrative process those who cannot be jailed, and breaking the back of this nation. (Colombo Gazette) Rajapaksa says if the Geneva resolution is implemented, the countries that sponsored resolutions against Sri Lanka in the Human Rights Council, will be the same countries that provide funding for the judicial mechanisms set up under that resolution and who provide the judges, prosecutors, investigators and lawyers to man those mechanisms. Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa today reiterated his concerns over the resolution on Sri Lanka adopted at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva recently.Rajapaksa told members of the clergy at the Abeyrama Temple that there are many dangerous operative paragraphs in the resolution, three of which are the most serious and unacceptable. “If the laws are amended as envisaged to punish our war heroes, one of the unintended consequences of that will be the opening up of the Sri Lankan legal profession to foreigners even without CEPA. If however, the law is changed only to punish our war heroes and after all the war heroes are jailed the laws are amended once again to restore the status quo ante, then it will become obvious to the people that this government amended the law only to punish our war heroes. That is not an acceptable situation at all,” he said. “The involvement of foreign judges, prosecutors, investigators and lawyers implies the creation of a new criminal justice system parallel to the existing one. I am totally opposed to any such arrangement.  I regard that very suggestion to be an insult to our courts system, legal profession, Attorney General’s Department and investigative bodies,” he added.He also said that through operative paragraph 8 of the Geneva resolution, the government has already agreed to remove from office members of the army suspected of having committed human rights violations through an ‘administrative process’ even if there is no evidence against him that can be placed before a court of law. Rajapaksa says the government has co-sponsored the Geneva resolution without considering its implications and without informing parliament and appraising the people about it.“The laws will be changed in this manner for the sole purpose of punishing our war heroes. Changing the constitution itself to punish the war heroes who brought an end to terrorism which had been stalking this land for forty years and which embroiled the country in a raging internal war for 30 years is a dastardly act.  People belonging to all communities are now able to live in peace in this country because of the sacrifices made by our war heroes,” he added.He also noted that one of the matters under discussion in Sri Lanka with regard to the CEPA agreement with India was the provision made for Indian professionals of all categories including lawyers to work in Sri Lanka. “According to operative paragraph 6 of the Geneva resolution the government has agreed to establish a judicial mechanism to try war crimes. They have also agreed to the participation of foreign judges, prosecutors, investigators and lawyers in that judicial mechanism. What this means in effect is the setting up of an entirely new parallel criminal justice system in this country outside the existing system. According to operative paragraph 4 of the Geneva resolution, the Sri Lankan government has already agreed to allow these mechanisms that are to be set up to ‘deal with the past’ to obtain financial assistance from foreign countries. What this means is that the mechanisms that will be set up to look into allegations of war crimes and other matters will be paid for and maintained by the Western powers,” he said. read more

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Supreme Court rejects challenge to Googles online library

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court turned away a challenge Monday to Google’s online book library from authors who complained that the project makes it harder for them to market their work.The justices let stand lower court rulings in favour of Mountain View, California-based Google and rejected the authors’ claim that the company’s digitizing of millions of books amounts to “copyright infringement on an epic scale.”Lower courts have said that Google can provide small portions of the books to the public without violating copyright laws.The Authors Guild and individual authors first filed their challenge to Google’s digital book project in 2005. Google Inc. has made digital copies of more than 20 million books from major research libraries and established a publicly available search function.In October, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York agreed with a judge who concluded that Google was not violating copyright laws when it showed customers small portions of the books. The authors said the project would spoil the market for their work.The appeals court said that Google’s “snippet view, at best and after a large commitment of manpower, produces discontinuous, tiny fragments, amounting in the aggregate to no more than 16% of a book. This does not threaten the rights holders with any significant harm to the value of their copyrights or diminish their harvest of copyright revenue.”The three-judge appeals panel did acknowledge, though, that some book sales would likely be lost if someone were merely searching for a portion of text to ascertain a fact.Writers involved in the lawsuit include Jim Bouton, author of the bestseller “Ball Four,” Betty Miles, author of “The Trouble with Thirteen,” and Joseph Goulden, author of “The Superlawyers: The Small and Powerful World of Great Washington Law Firms.”The case is The Authors Guild v. Google, 15-849. by The Associated Press Posted Apr 18, 2016 1:24 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 18, 2016 at 2:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Supreme Court rejects challenge to Google’s online library read more

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Former Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Mewhort picked up by Indianapolis Colts

Redshirt-senior left tackle Jack Mewhort (74) prepares to block a defender during a game against Penn State Oct. 26 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 63-14.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorFormer Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Mewhort was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 59th overall pick in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.Mewhort was a three-year starter for the Buckeyes and a 2013 ESPN first-team All-American, as well as an Associated Press third-team All-American.Named as a team captain during his senior season, Mewhort led an offensive rushing attack that ranked fifth in the country with 308.6 yards per game. The Buckeye offense broke school records for points scored in a season with 637 and touchdowns with 87 behind Mewhort and the rest of the line.As a junior, Mewhort started all 12 games in an undefeated season for the Buckeyes. He missed just 10 offensive snaps from scrimmage in 2012, earning second-team All-Big Ten honors.Mewhort started all 13 games during his sophomore season and played in 10 games as a true freshman in 2010.He graduated from OSU with a degree in consumer and family resource financial services May 4.Mewhort was the first selection of the Colts in the 2014 draft and the fourth OSU player taken behind linebacker Ryan Shazier (Steelers), cornerback Bradley Roby (Broncos), and running back Carlos Hyde (49ers).The Colts are scheduled to begin their season against Roby and the Denver Broncos Sept. 7 at 8:30 p.m. read more

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Fiona Onasanyas threemonth prison sentence to be reviewed after complaint it was

Disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya is to have her three-month prison sentence reviewed after a complaint that it is unduly lenient.The Peterborough MP was convicted at the Old Bailey of perverting the course of justice after lying to police to avoid a speeding charge. She was jailed this week but is continuing in her role despite calls for her to stand down.Amid a public outcry over the former Labour whip’s refusal to resign, The Telegraph was told on Wednesday it was “almost inevitable” her sentence would be challenged due to the high-profile nature of the case.A senior Whitehall source added they expected a formal request for review to be submitted to Geoffrey Cox QC, the Government’s chief legal adviser, when the Peterborough MP’s appeal process ends in several weeks time.But just two days after the sentencing, a spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office confirmed the sentence would now be reviewed, and said: “We have received a request for the case of Fiona Onasanya to be considered under the unduly lenient sentence scheme.”The Law Officers have 28 days from sentencing to consider the case.”If the sentence is found to be unduly lenient, the case will be referred to the Court of Appeal which will decide whether or not to increase it. Her brother received 10 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to three counts of perverting the course of justice over speeding, including over the July 24 incident. Onasanya was jailed for three months on Tuesday after she was found to have lied to police officers to avoid a speeding fine, becoming the first sitting MP in 28 years to be sent to prison.  However, she has refused to resign as an MP, with her lawyer telling the Old Bailey that she had clung onto her seat because her £77,000 salary was her “only source of income”.Under existing laws MPs can only be ousted from Parliament if they are jailed for 12 months or more, meaning the authorities are powerless to prevent Onasanya from returning once she is released.Her constituents must also wait for her appeal process to end before they can attempt to unseat her and force a by-election, by which time the 35-year-old may already have returned to the Commons.Onasanya, an Independent after being expelled by the Labour Party, is appealing against her conviction.Jurors at the Old Bailey heard that Onasanya colluded with her brother Festus after her car was clocked doing 41mph in a 30mph zone in the village of Thorney, near Peterborough, in July 2017.The court was told that she was sent a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) to fill out, but it was sent back naming the guilty driver as Aleks Antipow, an acquaintance of her brother, who was away visiting his parents in Russia. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

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La navette spatiale Atlantis décollera comme prévu aujourdhui

first_imgLa navette spatiale Atlantis décollera comme prévu aujourd’huiCe matin, la NASA a donné le feu vert pour l’ultime décollage d’Atlantis. La navette spatiale sera lancée comme prévu aujourd’hui à 11h26 heure locale, de Cap Canaveral en Floride. Le lancement très attendu de la navette Atlantis aura bien lieu. C’est ce qu’a annoncé très tôt dans la matinée une porte-parole du Centre spatial Kennedy situé en Floride aux Etats-Unis. Depuis quelques jours, les responsables de la mission s’inquiètent des conditions météorologiques incertaines et capables de compromettre le décollage. Néanmoins, ils ont décidé de maintenir le lancement et ce, malgré qu’il n’existe que 30% de chances que la météo permette le décollage selon la porte-parole. À lire aussiApollo 11 : À quoi la conquête spatiale ressemblera-t-elle dans 50 ans ?Très tôt ce matin, les ultimes préparatifs ont donc débuter. Le remplissage du réservoir externe de la navette a commencé à 6h01 GMT (8h01 en France) et il faudra environ 3 heures pour y introduire les deux millions de litres d’hydrogène et d’oxygène liquide à très basse température nécessaires au décollage et à la mission de la navette. Arrivé lundi au Centre, l’équipage composé de quatre personnes dont une femme, sera réveillé à 8h30 GMT pour prendre son petit-déjeuner avant d’aller enfiler les combinaisons orange-vif. Les astronautes quitteront ensuite leurs quartiers et embarqueront dans un minibus qui les conduira au pas de tir pour commencer l’embarquement à bord d’Atlantis peu après 12H00 GMT. L’écoutille sera ensuite fermée à 13H21 GMT pour un décollage à 15H26, soit 17H26 heure française.  Si la météo est conciliante, l’équipage partira alors pour une mission de douze jours destinée à ravitailler la Station spatiale internationale (ISS) de 3,7 tonnes de vivres, équipements et pièces de rechange. En revanche, si le décollage n’a pas lieu, la NASA tentera un second lancement samedi ou dimanche en fonction de la météo.   Le 8 juillet 2011 à 09:36 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Gardening with Allen Guard garden tools from winter weather

first_imgAllen Wilson is a Vancouver gardening specialist. Email Allen Wilson at Could you give me some suggestions for yard cleanup and protecting my equipment and tools from winter damage? I have an unheated outdoor shed.The grass stops growing about mid-November. Now is an excellent time to get power equipment such as mowers, tillers and trimmers serviced so they will be ready for the next growing season. Equipment service businesses are not as busy now as in the spring.If your equipment does not need servicing or sharpening, I would recommend cleaning and spraying metal parts with WD-40 or a similar oil. Drain fuel from engines and run them until all the fuel is used. This prevents gasoline from hardening into a sticky shellac that gums up engines.I also like to clean hand tools and spray metal parts with oil. Wooden handles can be wiped with linseed or mineral oil to prevent cracking.Hoses that are left outside all winter are damaged by alternate freezing and thawing. They should be removed from faucets and drained of water. Roll hoses up and store them in your shed for the winter. Equipment and tools should also be stored inside for the winter. Faucets should be protected with an insulating cover.last_img read more

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Lawmakers chide Google for making you work to get out of its

first_imgSenior privacy counsel for Google Will DeVries testifies during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Alex Wong/Getty Images It’s not easy finding privacy online — and Congress members want to change that.Lawmakers called out Google on Tuesday at a Senate hearing on data privacy, pointing out how many hoops average people need to jump through to stop the tech giant from tracking them.Google lets people opt out of location and data tracking, and notes that people consent to providing their data by agreeing to its privacy policy. Sen. John Kennedy, a Republican from Louisiana, criticized Google’s privacy policy, telling Will DeVries, the company’s senior privacy counsel, that the average person doesn’t read those documents.”You can hide a dead body in there and nobody would ever find it,” Kennedy said at the hearing.    The hearing took a look at privacy legislation like the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and California’s Consumer Privacy Act, and how lawmakers in the US could create a bill that improves on existing laws.The panel included representatives from Google, Intel, DuckDuckGo, Californians for Consumer Privacy and the Center for Democracy and Technology. Congress has held multiple hearings on data privacy with tech giants and privacy advocates over the last year, with the hope of drafting a federal privacy law for the US. Multiple privacy scandals and data breaches involving tech giants have boosted momentum for regulation, but there are still arguments on how the law should work. The debate on Tuesday centered around opt-in versus opt-out consent. “Our current notice and consent model is broken,” Michelle Richardson, the Privacy and Data project director at the Center for Democracy and Technology, said in her opening remarks. “We need Congress to think much bigger and instead of keeping this model limping along, move the privacy burden back to where it belongs: the companies who collect and use our data.”Opt-in consent means you have to agree to all uses of your data before it’s collected. The GDPR requires this, and that’s why you were flooded with hundreds of “Privacy Policy update” emails last May.  Opt-out consent is the current status quo, where people’s data is collected by default if they use a service, forcing them to go to their privacy settings to shut off the data gathering. “There is significant evidence that defaults are sticky, and consumers rarely alter their default privacy settings,” said Sen. Mazie Hirono, a Democrat from Hawaii. “The privacy regime should be an opt-in.” Several lawmakers used Google as an example of how much data could be collected under default privacy settings. After DeVries told lawmakers that the data Google collects provides a benefit to users, Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, asked for specifics. The Google senior privacy counsel started explaining that Maps needs your location to provide accurate directions when Graham interjected, “The phone is off.”DeVries said that Android phones still need your location data to “perform basic functions.”Sen. Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, described Google’s location tracking on Android devices, citing a Vanderbilt University study that found its phones sent data about 14 times an hour. Google responded to the study from last August, arguing that the research contained “wildly misleading information.” Hawley also cited a report finding that Android devices were storing location data even when Location History is disabled. “They think they can opt out of the tracking you’re performing, but they can’t meaningfully opt out,” Hawley said. “It’s kind of like that old Eagles song, ‘You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.'”DeVries admitted that Google should do a better job of explaining its location services and make its privacy policy clearer, but he didn’t agree with opt-in consent for privacy regulation. Tech giants like Google, Intel and Apple have argued against opt-in consent, saying that it causes “click fatigue” and citing the GDPR as an example. After the GDPR came into effect, millions of people received hundreds of notifications asking them to opt-in to new privacy policies.”I wouldn’t want to overwhelm users by having opt-in for everything. I worry it would cause click fatigue, and people would just start agreeing to everything,” DeVries said. David Hoffman, associate general counsel and global privacy officer for Intel, agreed, telling lawmakers that opt-in consent would put too much of a burden on people. In some cases, opt-in consent has become a “take it or leave it” approach, meaning that if you don’t agree to provide your data, you won’t be able to use the service. Privacy advocates warned against that, pointing out that the policy sometimes gives tech giants even more power. “The one in Europe is opt-in, and once you’ve opted in, the companies can sell your data, and that’s my worry,” said Alistair Mactaggart, the chief advocate behind California’s Consumer Privacy Act. “Once you’ve opted-in, it’s business as usual.” Several other senators called for opt-in consent for data privacy, including Democratic Sen. Diane Feinstein from California and Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee.”I would like my privacy to be protected, and it seems to me that if somebody has a proposal, I should be able to say yes or no,” Feinstein said. “I think the way one would know that they’re protected is that they have to be able to opt in as opposed to opt out.”Originally published March 12, 12:20 p.m.Correction, 3:02 p.m.: David Hoffman’s title was misstated during the hearing. He’s associate general counsel and global privacy officer for Intel. Tags Share your voice Politics Securitycenter_img 0 Post a commentlast_img read more

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2 siblings burnt dead

first_imgLogo of fire IllustrationTwo brothers were burned to death and their father was injured as a fire broke out at a tin-shed house at Matuail Council road in Dhaka early Saturday, reports UNB.The deceased are Palash, 12 and Tushar, 7, sons of Iqbal Hossain.Mizanur Rahman, duty-officer of fire service and civil defence headquarters, said that the fire originated from a mosquito coil in their house around 2:44am.On information, two fire-fighting units rushed in and doused the fire around 3:45am.Later, they recovered the charred bodies of the two siblings from their room and rescued their injured father.The injured was admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital Burn Unit.last_img read more

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Dad makes Lego table that plays SNES games and Minecraft

first_imgThe game table is a time honored tradition among parents. Some people go for the classic Thomas and Friends table with train tracks, while others have the Barbie dollhouse with every possible accessory. There are plenty of options for the classic game table, but the very best of these tables are almost always the ones you have made yourself. This table by Brendan Martineau is the perfect example, and there’s a good chance it makes your game table look sad and empty.It’s a Lego table, it’s a streaming rig, and it’s an emulator with thousands of titles to play. Brendan has included a pair of SNES controllers, a wireless keyboard with built in trackpad, and everything else is mounted under the table and out of the way. Unless your child is likely to climb under the table and shove something into the hardware that is neatly tucked under the desk, this is the perfect setup.The only thing that would make this better would be Lego pips on the actual monitor to allow for more intricate 3D structures to be built, but for kids this is a fantastic setup that can be updated and modified at any time. Brendan said this only took a couple of hours to put together, and the emulator in the rig is already set up so his son can play thousands of arcade and classic titles. The wireless keyboard means that accessing Minecraft is just as easy, and the built-in trackpad on the keyboard means the game can be played right from your lap.Also, it’s a table, so you can put stuff on it.last_img read more

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Wccftech Double Deal – Essential Data Mastery Bundle

first_img Share Tweet Submit Don’t let data take control of you, conquer it instead. Data in all it’s wonderful and wacky forms is becoming increasingly important to everyone, especially to consumers, which means there are more job opportunities in putting it all together and making sense of it. Ever want to be a part of that?Master that nasty data before it decides to master’s you!Well, now you can be a part of it with our course bundle that’ll help you wrangle that delicious data into the places it needs to go, using a variety of programmatic and non-programmatic skills, was once a collection of courses that cost $661. But for a limited time you can help bolster your career, or get into a new one for only $39. Data is power, after all.This bundle gets you 7 wonderfully designed courses, taught by StackSkills, with over 39 hours of content, both awesome and demanding, to help you along the way. That and if you have any questions whatsoever, the top-rated instructors over at StackSkills can help tremendously.If you’ve ever been interested in Big Data, all it entails, and all the great possibilities that come along with it, then heck out our store for the deal. Take the chance and take the next steps towards a brighter future.What courses will you get to play along in? Just a few awesome ones such as:Projects in MongoDB: Learn MondoDB Building 10 ProjectsLearning SQL, MySQL & Databases is EasySQL Server Fast Track for Novices: TablesTaming Big Data with MapReduce & HadoopCollect, Extract & Use Online Data Quickly and More EasilyBeginner’s Guide to PostgreSQLMySQL Database Training for Beginnerslast_img read more

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