Arsenals match in Ukraine to go as schedule

first_imgThe Gunners will play on Thursday F.C. Vorskla Poltava in Matchday 5 of the 2018-2019 UEFA Europa LeagueThe Russian navy and the Ukrainian navy clashed late Sunday in waters surrounding disputed Crimea.And Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has requested martial law in the whole country.But according to UEFA, the Europa League match between Arsenal and Vorskla Poltava will be played as scheduled.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.The game is part of Matchday 5 in Group E of the competition.“We confirm that the match will be played as scheduled,” UEFA said according to Sky Sports.“As is the case for all UEFA competition matches, all the necessary security measures will be undertaken.”“Events in Ukraine are fast moving. You should remain vigilant throughout Ukraine, monitor the media and this travel advice regularly,” the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the United Kingdom published on Monday.last_img read more

Juventus a likely destination for De Ligt

first_imgMatthijs de Ligt’s father has tipped Juventus as one of the destinations for the Ajax skipper but noted they’re not the only team seeking for his services.The Bianconeri are interested in the centre-back, who was given a tour of the Allianz Stadium when the Netherlands played Italy in a friendly game last summer.Yesterday, De Ligt was crowned the Golden Boy of European Football, and Tuttosport spoke to his father after the ceremony.“Juve could be a possibility, but they’re not the only team interested,” Frank de Ligt said in a quote cited by Football Italia.Franck Ribery, FiorentinaFiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.“Now we’re focusing on this season with Ajax. Turin is a beautiful city, I came here for the Netherlands match in June too.“In the next few months, I, my son, and [agent Mino] Raiola will make the best decision for his future.”Another club interested in the service of the young Dutch player is Madrid and both sides were paired in the draws of the Champions League last 16.last_img read more

Genoas Perinetti explains the future of Piatek and others

first_imgFor Genoa general director Giorgio Perinetti, the team has not received any offer from AC Milan to buy Polish star, Krzysztof Piatek.Krzysztof Piatek has been having a great season with Genoa in the Italian Lega Serie A.He is just one goal away from the top goalscorer of the tournament, Cristiano Ronaldo.And he was bought by Genoa for just 4 million Euro.Now Genoa general director Giorgio Perinetti has talked to the press about the Polish’ future and other Genoa players.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“We read it in the Gazzetta, the indiscretion surprised us and makes us proud that one of our players is so sought after, but a negotiation with the Rossoneri has not started yet,” Perinetti was quoted by Calcio Mercato.Perinetti also spoke about the future of Christian Kouame.“We are talking about it, there has been an approach by many presidents, even demands, so to speak, now we need to move on to the operational phase, with details of various bonuses and technicalities, which are what counts at the end.”“Inclusion of other players in the deal as counterparts? We are not talking about it but, eventually, they would be separate operations,” he concluded.last_img read more

La Jolla restaurant owner arrested for multiple felony charges including rape

first_img KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsLA JOLLA (KUSI) — A La Jolla restaurant owner was arrested Wednesday on multiple felony charges including rape, according to San Diego police.Daniel Dorado, 59, was booked into Central Jail in San Diego on six felony charges with multiple counts.According to San Diego Sheriff’s, the charges are:Rape, victim unconscious of act (two counts)Sex with a foreign object, victim unaware (one count)Oral copulation, victim unconscious of act (two counts)Sexual battery of a restrained person (four counts)Assault with intent to commit a felony (four counts)Administering a controlled substance by force (five counts)Dorado is the owner of Voce del Mare, an Italian-style restaurant located at 5721 La Jolla Blvd. in Bird Rock.He is eligible for release in the bail amount of $900,000. Dorado’s first court appearance is currently scheduled for Monday, April 2.This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available. Updated: 10:12 PM KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwittercenter_img March 28, 2018 Posted: March 28, 2018 La Jolla restaurant owner arrested for multiple felony charges, including rapelast_img read more

Firefighters battle 10acre brush fire on Camp Pendleton base

first_imgFirefighters battle 10-acre brush fire on Camp Pendleton base , CAMP PENDLETON (KUSI) — Firefighters were responding to a 10-acre brush fire on base at Camp Pendleton Wednesday, according to on-base officials.Camp Pendleton Fire Department crews are currently battling the so-called Jacques Fire which is burning on the eastern portion of the Marine Corps base, known as the Hotel Training Area.The fire began spreading at approximately 9:15 a.m. The cause of fire is not known at this time.Cal Fire units are on the scene to help military firefighters extinguish the blaze, the agency reported.The 10-acre fire is not threatening any surrounding buildings or personnel. Posted: May 9, 2018 Updated: 11:42 AMcenter_img Correction: #JacquesFire is now approximately 10 acres. @CALFIRESANDIEGO @CALFIRE_PIO— Camp Pendleton (@MCIWPendletonCA) May 9, 2018This is developing story, check back for more updates to the story. May 9, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Legal Analyst Jan Ronis Dozens ensnared in college admissions scam

first_imgLegal Analyst Jan Ronis: Dozens ensnared in college admissions scam 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsA college admissions scandal moved from bombshell indictments to guilty pleas in a matter of hours, yet the full fallout from the federal case against the rich and famous could take months or more to unfold.Big names such as actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin headline the list of some 50 people charged in documents released Tuesday that describe a scheme to cheat the admissions process at eight sought-after schools. The parents bribed college coaches and other insiders to get their children into selective schools, authorities said.Caught in the scandal is the former Owner and President of KFMB radio and TV, Elisabeth Kimmel, who has a home in La Jolla. Del Mar businessman Toby MacFarlane is also one of the nearly 50 people indicted. Also a family from the Los Angeles area is accused of bribing a University of San Diego coach to get their child into the college.At the center of the scheme was admissions consultant William “Rick” Singer, founder of the Edge College & Career Network of Newport Beach, California, authorities said. Singer pleaded guilty and his lawyer, Donald Heller, said his client intends to cooperate fully with prosecutors and is “remorseful and contrite and wants to move on with his life.”Prosecutors said that parents paid Singer big money from 2011 up until just last month to bribe coaches and administrators to falsely make their children look like star athletes to boost their chances of getting accepted.No students were charged, with authorities saying that in many cases the teenagers were unaware of what was going on. Several of the colleges involved made no mention of taking any action against the students.The colleges themselves are not targets, the prosecutor said. A number of the institutions moved quickly to fire or suspend the coaches and distance their name from the scandal, portraying themselves as victims. Stanford fired the sailing coach, and USC dropped its water polo coach and an athletic administrator. UCLA suspended its soccer coach, and Wake Forest did the same with its volleyball coach.Legal Analyst Jan Ronis discussed the scandal on Good Morning San Diego. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: March 13, 2019 Updated: 5:31 PMcenter_img KUSI Newsroom, AP, March 13, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, AP last_img read more

Twenty arrested in San Diego immigration sweeps

first_imgTwenty arrested in San Diego immigration sweeps July 13, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Posted: July 13, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Federal officers arrested 20 alleged criminal aliens and immigration violators in the San Diego area this week during a special enforcement sweep, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials reported today.The five-day crackdown, dubbed Operation Cross Check VII, focused on immigration fugitives with final removal orders and criminal convictions or charges against them, according to ICE public affairs.Among the arrestees, 85 percent had prior criminal convictions and/or prior criminal charges, the federal agency reported. Convictions for those arrested included drug crimes, weapons offenses, hit-and-run, intoxicated driving, theft, domestic violence, evading law enforcement and fraud, officials said.“We will continue to conduct similar operations while seeking to ultimately remove criminal aliens with a final order of removal and other immigration fugitives who pose a threat to public safety,” ICE Field Office Director Gregory Archambeault said.Lauren Mack, a spokeswoman for the agency, said she could not comment on whether the sweep was part of a similar effort planned for this weekend across the nation. She did, however, note that this week’s local immigration- enforcement “surge” was of a type typically undertaken several times a year.ICE agents are expected to carry out raids across the country beginning Sunday, targeting an estimated 2,000 people who have been ordered deported. The sweeps are anticipated in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco.“They’re going to take criminals out and put them in prison or put them in prison in the countries they came from,” President Donald Trump told reporters this morning. “We’re focused on criminals as much as we can.”Trump’s deportation raids were decried by protesters who rallied at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego on Friday night, as news of the planned crackdown has sparked outrage among immigrant advocates who contend the moves are part of an effort to spark fear among immigrant families. They also argue that while raids may target criminals, other immigrants are often arrested during such actions. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Senate Finance Committee Unanimously Passes Russian Trade Bill

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) congratulates the Senate Finance Committee on its unanimous passage today of a draft bill that would establish permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) with Russia, the world’s sixth largest economy. ASA now encourages the Senate to take up the bill as quickly as possible, and calls on the House to move forward with a companion bill in order for the U.S. to capitalize on Russia’s accession package to the World Trade Organization (WTO). Importing more than $770 million in meat, poultry, egg and dairy products in 2011, Russia is an important market for the U.S. soy industry.”Today’s unanimous passage of the draft bill establishing PNTR with Russia is a very encouraging move by the Senate Finance Committee, and we congratulate Committee Chairman Baucus and Ranking Member Hatch on their work to solidify U.S. business opportunities abroad,” said ASA President Steve Wellman, a soybean farmer from Syracuse, Neb. “The demand in Russia for poultry, pork, eggs, dairy products and other items that use soy inputs is already significant and continues to grow as the Russian economy grows. With today’s vote, the U.S. soy industry is one step closer to expanding an already beneficial and positive relationship with a valuable partner.”ASA represents all U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international issues of importance to the soybean industry. ASA’s advocacy efforts are made possible through the voluntary membership in ASA by more than 21,000 farmers in 31 states where soybeans are grown.###For more information contact:Steve Wellman, ASA President, 402-269-7024, Patrick Delaney, ASA Communications Director, 202-969-7040, pdelaney@soy.orglast_img read more

Skyjackers identity remains a mystery 40 years later

first_imgAs sure as the D.B. Cooper anniversary arrives each year, the small Southwest Washington community of Ariel will hold its annual celebration marking the infamous hijacking.This week’s 40th anniversary of the 1971 incident is no different. The Ariel Store, just off state Highway 503 near the Clark-Cowlitz county line, plans to host the daylong event starting at 2 p.m. Saturday, said Jack Elliott, son of store owner Donna Elliott.The gathering will include live music, food, drinks and raffle prizes, Jack Elliott said. People will also take part in D.B. Cooper look-alike contest, he said, and swap stories and theories about the case.On Nov. 24, 1971, a man dubbed D.B. Cooper hijacked a plane flying between Portland and Seattle. He is believed to have then jumped out somewhere over Southwest Washington with $200,000 in cash. Only a fraction of the money was later recovered; the case remains the nation’s only unsolved commercial airplane hijacking.The Ariel Store is at 288 Merwin Village Road in Ariel.SEATTLE — It’s been a rich year for students of D.B. Cooper, the mysterious skyjacker who vanished out the back of a Boeing 727 wearing a business suit, a parachute and a pack with $200,000 in ransom money 40 years ago Thursday.last_img read more

La Center school holds kindergarten enrollment

first_imgLa Center Elementary School will begin holding kindergarten registration next week.Parents whose children turn 5 years old on or before Aug. 31 can enroll them for the 2012-2013 school year. Registration will run be held 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from Monday, April 16, to Monday, April 30, in the office of the school, 700 E. Fourth St.Parents are asked to bring a copy of their child’s birth certificate and immunization record. Parent orientation will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17, in the K-8 cafeteria.last_img read more

Car crashes into Camas home

first_imgCAMAS — Aaron Fallin was relaxing to music on the couch Sunday afternoon when a motorist crashed into his home, pushing the back wall forward and sending a 65-inch television onto the floor just a foot from him.“I couldn’t believe what I saw,” Fallin said.“Our house just shook,” said Fallin’s wife, Rita, of their home at 3031 N.W. 47th Drive.The crash happened about 3:30 p.m. None of the six family members was hurt.The driver, Janice Dossett, 56, who lives about a mile way, also was not hurt.Aaron Fallin ran to the car but said, “There was no way to get her out because she was wedged into the house.”Neighbors also were trying to see if Dossett was OK. One man asked her to turn off the car’s ignition, fearing a possible fire.Dossett told police Officer Brent Mayhugh she said was OK, and a Camas medical crew responded and found she was not hurt. Her 2001 Oldsmobile Alero was towed.Camas Sgt. David Chaney said Dossett became distracted by something behind her, “took her eyes off the road and then crashed.” He said she was not driving while impaired.Her car veered off Leadbetter Drive in the Camas Meadows neighborhood, crashed through a back fence and into the rear wall of the house and its fireplace. The television was on the fireplace mantle.last_img read more

Automakers power ahead in February

first_imgDETROIT — Americans want new cars and trucks, and they’re not letting higher gas prices or political dysfunction stand in their way.New car and truck sales were up 4 percent in February as rising home construction and cheap financing kept the U.S. auto recovery on track. While the pace of growth is slowing, industry analysts expect more gains in the coming months, saying there’s little that could derail demand for new automobiles.Buyers have already shrugged off higher Social Security taxes, which cut their take-home pay starting in January. Gas prices — which rose 36 cents to a $3.78 per gallon nationwide average in February — didn’t change their habits either. And they ignored the debate over automatic spending cuts that took effect Friday.“Quite frankly, we think most of America is getting a little tired of hearing about some of the dysfunction,” said Kurt McNeil, General Motors Co.’s U.S. sales chief. “We think the fundamentals are strong, and that’s what’s important, and that’s what’s driving the economy.”February sales hit an annualized rate of 15.4 million cars and trucks. That’s still short of the recent peak of close to 17 million in 2005, but it’s quite healthy compared with the anemic 10.4 million recorded in 2009.The industry isn’t likely to see the double-digit monthly gains it saw in the past year, when Japanese automakers came roaring back after the 2011 earthquake in Japan. Instead, auto companies are settling in for slower-but-sustained growth.last_img read more

Woodland police seek help in identifying alleged pursesnatcher

first_imgWoodland police arrested Christopher Ryan Hadley, 38, of Beaverton, Ore. for allegedly stealing a woman’s purse out of her shopping cart at the Woodland Walmart. Woodland police are asking help in identifying a man suspected of stealing a purse earlier this month at the Woodland Walmart store.Sgt. Robb Lipp said the man entered the store at about 12:30 p.m. March 2 with a woman and a child. He left the two and pretended to shop. He later grabbed a purse from a woman’s shopping cart. The woman discovered her purse gone and followed the man.Police believe he put the purse in the trunk of a red two-door sedan, changed his appearance and later returned to the car. The woman and child came out later and the three drove away.Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Brent Murray or Sgt. Lipp at 360-225-6965 or 360-225-8981.last_img read more

2 die as trucks crash on I84 in Eastern Oregon

first_imgPORTLAND — The westbound lanes of Interstate 84 are closed in Eastern Oregon while the wreckage from a series of crashes is cleared.The State Police said two people have died. They were in separate vehicles involved in crashes in icy conditions Sunday night on Cabbage Hill, southeast of Pendleton. At least six semitrailer trucks were involved.The stretch through the Blue Mountains can be treacherous in winter. It’s where a tour bus plunged down a hillside in 2012, killing nine people and injuring 38.An Oregon Department of Transportation spokesman, Tom Strandberg, says the westbound lanes are closed from Ontario to Pendleton but could reopen by afternoon.Overnight, authorities closed the eastbound lanes to let backed-up cars get around the wreckage. They planned to do the same Monday for trucks.last_img read more

Publics help sought in finding missing mentally disabled Portland man

first_imgThe Skamania County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a mentally disabled 42-year-old Portland man who went missing nearly two weeks ago.Joseph Ronald Sizemore was last seen at 11:45 a.m. on Sept. 7 after deputies contacted him for a motorist assist at approximately Milepost 17 on Washougal River Road in rural Skamania County.Sizemore does not have medication that he requires for mental issues and may be disoriented or fearful of public contact, the sheriff’s office said in a bulletin released late Friday. He is believed to have little or no money.He was last seen driving a red 2009 Ford Focus, with an Oregon trip permit in the back window and no vehicle plates. Sizemore told deputies that he was going back to his residence in Portland, but family members said he never returned.“Detectives are continuing to follow up on any leads that are provided to us”, said Chief Criminal Deputy Pat Bond. “We are seeking the help of the citizens of the Northwest in locating Mr. Sizemore.”last_img read more

Armed robbery reported at Vancouver Check Into Cash

first_imgAn armed robbery was reported at Check Into Cash in Vancouver’s Marrion neighborhood shortly before noon Monday.Vancouver police responded to investigate the robbery at the store, at 221 N.E. 104th Ave. Police were unable to find the suspect. He is described as a male with a dark complexion, about 5 feet 7 inches tall, and either in his late teens or early 20s, according to Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp. He reportedly used a handgun and fled the business on foot.last_img

Genting Malaysia declares 3Q18 loss due to US tribal investment impairment

first_img Load More In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Genting Malaysia said the substantial loss was due to the uncertainty of recovery of the group’s investment after the DOI’s decision concluding that the Tribe did not satisfy the conditions under the Indian Reorganization Act that allow the Tribe to have the land in trust for an integrated gaming resort development.“However, the group continues to work closely with the Tribe on options which include a legislation being introduced in the US Congress which, if passed, will entail the US Federal Government to reaffirm the land in trust for the benefit of the Tribe,” the company said. “The impairment loss can be reversed when the promissory notes are assessed to be recoverable.”More positive was the performance of the company‘s flagship Resorts World Genting property, which saw 3Q18 revenue jump 26% to MYR1.7 billion and Adjusted EBITDA grow 91% to MYR641.2 million.The increase was primarily due to strength in the mass market segment following the opening of new facilities and attractions under the Genting Integrated Tourism Plan (GITP), with 6.4 million people visiting the property during the quarter.Resorts World Genting also enjoyed higher hold in the VIP segment, Genting Malaysia said.Operations at Genting Malaysia’s UK and Egypt properties declined by 2% for the period to MYR505.7 million, with Adjusted EBITDA up 12% to MYR60.2 million.Genting Malaysia added that it doesn’t expect a US$1 billion lawsuit launched late last month against Walt Disney Co and Twenty-First Century Fox Inc for allegedly reneging on a contract to build a Fox theme park at Resorts World Genting to impact the group’s current business operations. RGB expecting strong 2019 despite second quarter revenue, profit decline South Korea’s foreigner-only casinos see revenues grow in August Jeju gaming decline sees Landing International fall into loss in 1H19 The loss of a US$426 (MYR1.8 billion) investment in a US tribal casino development saw Genting Malaysia record a net loss of MYR791.7 million in 3Q18, despite revenue growing 15% year-on-year to MYR2.6 billion.The loss relates to a ruling by the US Department of Interior (DOI) in September that Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe could not develop a planned integrated resort in Massachusetts. Genting Malaysia had previously purchased promissory notes to the value of US$426.3 million issued by the Tribe. RelatedPostslast_img read more

Former BT employee is entitled to sick pay

first_imgThe Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld a case ruling concerning a BT Managed Services Limited (BTMS) employee who has been receiving income protection payments (GIPs) that ceased to be insured, and who is unlikely to ever return to work.In the case of BT Managed Services Ltd v Edwards & Anor, it was found that Edwards was not assigned to an organised grouping when he transferred employment from Orange to BTMS, and then to Ericsson.The claimant, Mr Edwards, was employed by BTMS as a Field Operations Engineer as part of the domestic network outsource (DNO) team. From April 1994, he was employed by Orange but his employment transferred to BT from July 2009.Each team he worked with had a separate and dedicated structure within BTMS, including its own budget and contract with Edwards.In May 2006, Mr Edwards commenced long-term sick leave for illnesses that included a cardiac condition that prevented him from performing strenuous activities. Attempts were made to provide him with less strenuous work. However, these were unsuccessful, so he was regarded as permanently incapacitated from this time onwards.Edwards last worked for BTMS in January 2008, but because he remained an employee of the organisation, he continued to receive GIPs. These were treated as an expense to the organisation after the insurer’s liability ended.In December 2012, Edwards’ contract was transferred to Ericsson, and a service provision change took place in June 2013.BT launched an appeal on the grounds that Edwards has not contributed to the organisation since May 2006, so he should not be entitled to GIPs from the organisation.This appeal was dismissed by the EAT, which found that Edwards should not have been carried over with the other BT employees when he was moved onto a new contract, paticularly because it was unlikely he would ever work for the organisation again.Jo Broadbent, professional support lawyer at law firm Hogan Lovells, said: “The aspect to consider is that Edwards was originally contracted to another provider (Ericsson), which brings up the question of whether he should have been carried over as an employee or, in effect, left behind. The EAT decided that Edwards should not have been carried over to the new contract as there was no prospect of him working for the organisaton again.”last_img read more

VMware to discuss employee value propositions

first_imgSoftware firm VMware will discuss how employers can construct an effective employee value proposition (EVP) and the impact this can have on staff engagement, at Employee Benefits Live 2015.Ian Wright (pictured), senior manager, compensation and benefits at VMware, will also examine how an effective EVP can enhance the overall brand of an organisation and connect to talent management, as well as other ways that employers can motivate staff and improve productivity.Wright will speak on the second day of the conference, 22 September, in a session entitled ’Developing a strong employee value proposition to enhance talent management’.VMware’s own EVP is based around its internal values, which include execution, passion, integrity, customers and community. The organisation ensures staff are aware of these values by using communication methods such as posters. It also encourages managers to emphasise and portray them in internal meetings.Wright says: “It’s so important to have values that really represent us as an organisation.“We are a people-focused organisation and we utilise our values in the way that we reward and motivate our staff.”Any employees who reflect our values are rewarded for it, which really underpins the way we designed the reward package.”For instance, the organisation allows staff to take paid leave to undertake voluntary work as part of its ‘community’ value.Employee Benefits Live 2015 will take place on 21-22 September at Olympia National, London.As the largest dedicated reward and benefits event in Europe, it provides compensation and benefits professionals with the opportunity to network and share ideas and best practice.View the full conference programme and register to attend.last_img read more