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U$10,000 Cocaine Disappears in Court

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first_imgA consignment of cocaine valued over US$10,000 arrested with a Nigerian national on August 15, in Nimba County and sent to the Sanniquellie Magisterial Court has reportedly disappeared from the custody of the court.Already, the clerk of the court has complained about the disappearance of the illicit drugs to the police.Police Chief Detective for Nimba County, James Q. Kartoe, told the Daily Observer via mobile phone that on September 5, the clerk of the Magisterial Court reported a burglary at the court where the cocaine was allegedly stolen.According to Detective Kartoe, the incident took place on September 5, but was reported to the police the next day.Up to press time last night, Police in Sanniquellie did not make any arrest, but the Police Crime Services Department told this paper that the crime was an organized one. Kartoe however did not link anyone to commiting the alleged crime.The Nimba Branch of Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), on Saturday August 15, arrested a 32-year old Nigerian, Paul Ikegbunam, with a huge quantity of high quality narcotic substances at the Immigration Check Point, while he was enroute to Monrovia.The Cocaine was concealed in the man’s footwear (African Slippers) and sealed up with thread as an ordinary pair of slippers.The DEA, upon the arrest of the suspect, put the quantity of the cocaine to about 315.1 grams with the street value of US$7,875 and L$677, 250.The DEA charged him for “unlawful possession of narcotic drug/cocaine” and sent him to the Sanniquellie Magisterial Court for prosecution since August 17.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Lindener fined $60,000+ for traffic offences

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first_imgTwenty-five-year-old Mark DeClou was on Tuesday fined the total sum of $60,000 for two traffic-related offences. The defendant appeared before Magistrate Clive Nurse at the Linden Magistrate’s Court.The court heard that on February 28, DeClou drove motorcycle CH 9611 without being the holder of a driver’s licence. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was ordered to pay a fine of $30,000 or spend eight weeks in prison.DeClou was also charged with breach of insurance to which he pleaded guilty and was fined $30,000 or eight weeks in prison. The third charge was breach of a one way, which stated that he rode south along Mora Street, Mackenzie, Linden on the said day, to which he pleaded not guilty. For this charge, he was placed on $10,000 bail and will return to court on March 14, 2018.last_img read more

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Duo charged for botched Bourda Market heist on bail

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first_imgTwo of the three alleged bandits who were arrested following a botched robbery committed on a Bourda Market vendor were on Thursday released on bail on an attempted robbery charge.Kester Auther, 34, of Lot 52 Nelson Street, Mocha, East Bank Demerara (EBD) and Rondel Cummings, 23, of Pike Street, Campbellville, Georgetown, denied that on October 25, 2018 they attempted to rob Bourda Market vendor Jullian McCalmont.The third suspect, Shane Allison, 21, of Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara (WBD), could not make an appearance since he was shot during the course of the robbery and was currently a patient at a city hospital nursing gunshot wounds to his hip and left foot.On Thursday, the duo stood before Magistrate Dylon Bess and were granted their pre-trial liberty in the sum of $75,000 each. As a condition for bail, the men are required to report to the Alberttown Police Station on a weekly basis until the trial is completed.The case will continue on December 6, 2018.Reports surrounding the botched robbery stated that on October 25, 2018 about 02:00h between Bourda and Alexander Streets, Georgetown, the three men disembarked a minibus and pounced on the victim.According to eyewitnesses, one of the bandits, who was reportedly identified as Allison, brandished a handgun while demanding that the vendor hand over his valuables.However, McCalmont, an armed security guard who was a short distance away, saw the fracas and confronted the gun-toting bandit. Allison reportedly turned the weapon and pointed it at the guard, who discharged his weapon several times at the gunman. He subsequently collapsed a short distance away. An unlicensed .32 pistol with six live matching rounds was found next to the injured suspect.Further, a swift response from ranks of the City Constabulary Bourda Outpost assisted in the injured Allison being apprehended and taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he was admitted under guard.Meanwhile, the other two suspects were also apprehended a short distance away from the scene and handed over to Police at the Alberttown Police Station.last_img read more

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Guyhoc Park man fined $20,000 for slapping cop

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first_imgA 21-year-old man who carried out a series of offences was on Wednesday hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Daniel Boutrim, of Lot 157 Guyhoc Park, Georgetown, appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty and admitted to one charge but denied three others.Boutrim admitted that December 9, 2019, at East La Penitence Police Station, Georgetown, he unlawfully assaulted Lance Corporal Madessa Ajaday, causing her actual bodily harm. He denied that on the same day and same location, he made use of threatening language towards Lance Corporal Madessa Ajaday.He also denied that on December 9, 2019, at Stevedore Housing Scheme, he unlawfully assaulted Shamaine Lamazon. Additionally, the man denied that he unlawfully and maliciously damaged six window panes valued $1,200, the property of Shamaine Lamazon.The prosecution’s case contended that Lance Corporal Ajaday was on duty when she received information that a male was trying to kill a female in Stevedore Housing Scheme.As such, a party of Police Officers were dispatched to the area and attempted to arrest Boutrim. According to the prosecution’s case, he was then taken to East La Penitence Police Station; however, a short while after the Lance Corporal instructed Boutrim to sit on the prisoners’ bench, he allegedly dealt the woman a slap. Hence, he was charged for the offence.The Prosecutor informed the court that Boutrim was released from prison two weeks ago, after serving time for escaping custody and stabbing his sister.The Magistrate, after listening to the facts, fined Boutrim $20,000 for assaulting the peace officer and released him on $30,000 bail for the other charges. The case will continue on December 18.last_img read more

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Wenger says his future is not the issue at Arsenal

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first_imgSpeaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of Thursday’s match against the Premier League leaders, Wenger said: “Does it stop you to sleep that my position is uncertain or certain? No. What is important in football is the game. All the rest makes headlines but it is not interesting.“I’m just amazed I’m always to answer things that are the same. I turned the whole world down to respect my contract.”On the Wembley defeat, Wenger said: “I’m quite amazed at how people analyse (the cup final) it looks like we lost against a team in division five — we lost against a team that dominates English football at the moment. We have to take a bit of perspective.”Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville was highly critical of Arsenal’s cup final display, labelling it “absolutely spineless”.Wenger responded: “I’m long enough in the game to know when you lose a big game people say the players don’t want it enough. You have to analyse if that is a serious problem. I am not convinced. For me, it is not the main reason.“You can always get out pictures in a game to justify what you think. I believe that we have to live with that criticism and respond together like we always do.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The pressure has increased on Arsene Wenger again after Arsenal’s abject defeat to Manchester City in the League Cup finalLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 28 – Arsene Wenger on Wednesday refused to confirm whether he will be in charge at Arsenal next season as he prepares for a match against Manchester City just days after their League Cup humiliation against Pep Guardiola’s team.The Frenchman has come under fire from Gunners fans since an abject display in Sunday’s 3-0 hammering at Wembley.last_img read more

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Some think Man Booker prize nominee doesn’t measure up

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first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityThe rules for the Man Booker say the $101,720 prize will be awarded to the “author of the best, eligible full-length novel in the opinion of the judges.” The winner will be announced Oct. 16 at a ceremony in London. British author Ian McEwan defended himself against criticism that his book “On Chesil Beach,” which has been shortlisted for the Man Booker prize, is too short to count as a novel. At just over 200 pages, the book’s action unfolds over one evening as a newlywed couple embark on their honeymoon. “You allow yourself the possibility of writing in real time,” McEwan told an audience at the New Yorker Festival in New York. “It could never be a long novel.” He brushed off discussion in the British press whether “On Chesil Beach” was a novel or novella and questions over whether it should have been entered for the Man Booker prize. “That’s their problem, not mine, I think,” he said. McEwan has won the Booker once before, for “Amsterdam” in 1998, and he is the favorite to win again this year. But he told the festival audience: “I still feel I haven’t written the novel that I really want to write.” last_img read more

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EXCITING LINE-UP ANNOUNCED FOR CEOL NA COILLE – SUMMER SCHOOL OF IRISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC

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first_imgAn exciting week of music planned for this years’ Summer School of Irish Traditional Music.Ceol na Coille will host its annual Summer School from 21st – 25th July. Letterkenny will host some of Irelands finest musicians in what will be a great week of Music and song.Paul Harrigan, organizer of Ceol na Coille told Donegal Daily, “This is now our third year, and each year the school has grown and is gaining popularity and recognition throughout Ireland and further afield.“There have been a lot of exciting developments since plans got underway for this years summer school.“I was delighted when approached by Paul Brown, director of Earagail Arts Festival, to collaborate in delivering what will be a great week of Traditional music. Banjo 3, an exciting new traditional group and Treelan featuring Donegal native Martin Tourish both who will be performing during Earagail Arts Festival will give a pre-concert workshops/recitals at the summer school on the afternoon preceding their concerts at the Regional Cultural Center.“This is a fantastic opportunity for budding young musicians and music enthusiasts in general to meet these highly acclaimed musicians and experience in an intimate setting, the eclectic and exciting energy both groups have brought to the traditional genre.Treelan and We Banjo 3 will perform in the RCC on the 21st and 24th respectively.The Summer School this year will also see a change in venue.“We are extremely grateful to Joseph Gallinagh – Principal, and the Board of Management of Glenswilly National School for generously letting us use their facilities over the past two years.“Due to the growing interest and desire to expand and develop the Summer School, we are delighted to have the opportunity to make use of the fantastic new facilities at Coláiste Ailigh in Knocknamona. “Micheal McGioban, Priomhoide of Coláiste Ailigh has been extremely enthusiastic in the planning of the summer school, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Coláiste Ailigh in expanding and developing or goals.During the week there will be Advanced and Intermediate classes in – Fiddle, Flute, Whistle, Piano & Button Accordion, Banjo, Mandolin and Harp.In a welcome collaboration with the recently formed Donegal Pipers Club – Cumann Píobaireachta Tharlaigh Mhic Shuibhne, there will be Uilleann Pipe workshops delivered by Gweedore based Ciarán Mac Feidhlimídh with reed making workshops with Banba Martin Gallen and Martin McIntyre.“We are also delighted this year to add Guitar and Piano to our list of Instrumental tuition at the Summer School. Paul Meehan, who has played with world-renowned groups such as Lunasa and At First Light, will be delivering the guitar workshops and from Cape Breton, Canada, Melissa Emmons who has performed and recorded with artists – Jerry Holland, Brenda Stubbert and Paul Cranford – will be delivering the piano accompaniment workshops.This again is a fantastic opportunity to meet and learn from some of the traditional worlds respected musicians.To facilitate musicians from Inishowen who wish to attend this year’s Summer School, there will be a bus running from Inishowen each day.Those interested should contact Paul as soon as possible to book their place as space will be limited.This year again, there is a fantastic line up of tutors including Conor Moriarty on Button Accordion from Kerry, Shane Bracken on Concertina from Dublin, now based in Ardara and Joleen McLaughlin (Henry Girls) on Harp from Malin.Other tutors include Roisin Mc Grory- Fiddle, Melanie Houton-Fiddle, Ciaran Carlin-Flute, Marie McTeague-Clarke, Piano Accordion, Una NíBhriain-Fiddle & Song, Donna Harkin-Button Accordion.“We are so lucky to have some of the traditions finest exponents of traditional music on our doorstep and extremely fortunate to be able to invite some of the country’s most sought after performers and tutors from further afield.“I’m personally looking forward to a great week of performances and sessions”There will again this year be mixed instrumental Beginner classes for Adults and children for those who have begun their journey in learning traditional music and also the popular Introduction To Irish Traditional Music course for 6-9 yr olds for kids wishing to try the wide variety of instruments on offer at the summer school.Another first for the 2014 Summer School is a full day workshop on Wednesday 23rd in traditional singing hosted by the Inishowen Traditional Singers Circle.a free online collection of songs and singers from the Inishowen Peninsula.The day would be backed up with relevant notes, further listening suggestions, and plenty question/answer opportunities.The workshop will finish with a recital delivered by the members of the singer’s circle.There will be a Club Gaelach from Tuesday 22nd – Thursday 24th, 2-4pm for pupils attending the Intro and Beginners classes.This will give pupils an opportunity to take part in activities through the medium of Irish. Activities include music, sport and art.“The Irish language has been, from the inception of Ceol na Coille, fundamental in our ethos.“Pupils will be encouraged to use their Cúpla Focal in a relaxed and encouraging environment”.The Summer School week will kick off with a performance from the Melting Pod collaboration featuring Paul Harrigan – Ceol na Coille, Roisin McGrory – Inishowen Traditional Music Project, with Ralph Rolle and Selan from the world renowned ‘Chic’ on Sunday 20th July in McGrorys Culdaff.Sunday 27th will see the final concert in the Earagail Arts Festival 2014 with the Masters of Donegal Fiddle Concert on Sunday 27th July which will be opened by ‘Coirm’, the performing wing of Ceol na Coille – School of Irish Traditional Music.Details on We Banjo 3, Treelan, Masters of Donegal Fiddle and the Melting Pod concerts can be obtained from the Regional Cultural Center or An Grianan box office.Further details on events on Ceol na Coille Summer School can be found at www.ceolnacoille.ie or contact Paul on 0876774601 or by email at ceolnacoille.letterkenny@gmail.comEXCITING LINE-UP ANNOUNCED FOR CEOL NA COILLE – SUMMER SCHOOL OF IRISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC was last modified: July 16th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:EntertainmentFeaturesmusic festivalnewsTraditional Irish Musiclast_img read more

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Shafick Bisaso: Am taking Proline back to the top tier

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first_img Tags: proline fcShafick Bisaso Shafick Bisaso was at Proline FC in 2014 (file photo)Just a day after he was confirmed as Proline FC head coach, Shafick Bisaso has promised to elevate the Big league side back into the Uganda Premier League.Bisaso was confirmed as the head coach on Tuesday afternoon at the club’s home ground in Lugogo.“I am happy that am returning where it all started and am keen to help out, said Bisaso.“My target is what everyone at Proline wants and that is to get them back into the top tier.About why he chose a lower division side over a chance to stay in the Top tier as Bul FC was keen on him, Bisaso had this to say.“The most important thing is moving to the right team which is straight forward and they are willing to do everything the football way.“I had a chance to stay in the top tier but i think Proline are in position to help me re-launch my career.“We have a challenge to adopt with one another but it’s a good task as it only makes everyone better.Proline FC was relegated last season after spending two years in the top tier and they will be hoping Bisaso who is coming back for the second time to manage at the club can do the magic.This is the second home coming for Bisaso having handled the club previously during the 2010/14 seasons.He helped save Express FC from relegation last season but was sack controversially by the Red Eagles’ board a few months ago.At Proline, Bisaso will be assisted by Ronald Kaweesa who has been promoted from the Academy and Swaib Ssebagala as goalkeeping coach.They replace Mujib Kasule and Baker Mbowa who decided to call it quits at the club.Bisaso and his working team were officially introduced before the playing staff at the Star Times stadium, Lugogo on Monday, 27th August 2018 as they embark on the official club duties on the subsequent day.Comments last_img read more

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Brave surfers, RNLI, and Rescue 118 save lives of swimmers on Tullan Strand

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first_imgBundoran RNLI volunteers were called out this morning following reports that several people got into difficulty at Tullan Strand in Bundoran.A group of football players, who are believed to be from Fermanagh, entered the water to cool down following a training session on the strand.However, the strong currents carried a number of them out to sea and into the rocks. The Coast Guard were informed immediately by onlookers and within minutes the Bundoran Lifeboat and the Sligo based Rescue 118 helicopter were on the scene to assist the swimmers.Incredibly, brave surfers, one of whom is a crew member with Bundoran RNLI, entered the water with their boards and assisted the footballers to safety.The lifeboat volunteers ensured that all casualties were out of the water. Rescue 118 landed on the strand and also ensured that all of the casualties were accounted for.Eight of the football players received first aid treatment the lifeboat crew. Some of the players were bruised, and some of them had swallowed sea water before their rescue. Fortunately none of the injuries sustained are life-threatening, with a number of players being taken to Sligo University Hospital as a precaution.Following this morning’s incident, Bundoran RNLI are reminding people to respect the water and to be mindful of the potential dangers; particularly the strong, and potentially fatal, rip currents that can quickly sweep you out to sea.Bundoran RNLI helm James Cassidy said; “Thankfully everyone is safe this afternoon and we would like to wish the group well following what must have been a frightening experience.“We would remind locals and visitors alike that Tullan Strand and particularly the area along the cliffs is notorious for rip currents and under currents and is really not suitable for swimming.“Rips are strong currents running out to sea which can catch even the most experienced beachgoers out. They can take you from the shallows very quickly and leave you out of your depth. “Bundoran’s main beach is supervised by lifeguards all summer long and provides the best option for safe, supervised swimming during the summer period.“Should you get caught in a rip, the best advice is to stay calm and don’t panic. If you can stand, wade. Don’t try to swim. If you have an inflatable or board, keep hold of it to help you float. Raise your hand and shout for help loudly. Don’t swim directly against the rip or you will get exhausted. Swim parallel to the beach until free of the rip, then make for shore,” he advised.Brave surfers, RNLI, and Rescue 118 save lives of swimmers on Tullan Strand was last modified: July 16th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Bundoran RNLIRESCUE 118tullan strandlast_img read more

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Cancer discovered in fossils in South Africa

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first_imgThe rise of cancer in humans is often attributed to modern lifestyles. But two recent discoveries in fossils in South Africa show that cancer has been a part of life for millions of years. Scientists and researchers collectively have published their findings in the South African Journal of Science. The old foot bone, dating from approximately 1.7 million years ago, shows the extent of expansion of osteosarcoma, or primary bone cancer, beyond the surface of the bone. (Image: Patrick Randolph-Quinney, UCLan)Priya PitamberStressful, hurried, modern lifestyles are often associated with the rise of cancer in humans. But two recent discoveries in South Africa – one on a foot bone dated approximately 1.7 million years ago, the other a tumour in the back of a child – turns that theory on its head.A team of scientists from the University of the Witwatersrand’s Evolutionary Studies Institute and the South African Centre for Excellence in PalaeoSciences, working with international researchers, recently published papers in the South African Journal of Science on the discoveries of evidence of cancer and bony tumours in fossils.The foot bone was found at a site in Swartkrans. It pushes back the oldest date for cancer from recent history to prehistory. The bone belonged to a hominin, or bipedal human relative, said the scientists.“Modern medicine tends to assume that cancers and tumours in humans are diseases caused by modern lifestyles and environments,” said Edward Odes, a Wits doctoral candidate and lead author of the cancer paper, and a co-author on the tumour paper.“Our studies show the origins of these diseases occurred in our ancient relatives millions of years before modern industrial societies existed.”Scientists identified the metatarsal, or foot bone, as having an osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of cancer usually affecting younger people today. If not treated, it results in death.The cancer would have affected the individual’s ability to walk or run, said Dr Bernhard Zipfel, a Wits scientist and an expert on the foot and locomotion of early human relatives. “In short, it would have been painful.”Watch the experts explain their discoveries:An accompanying paper, published in the same journal, identified the oldest tumour in a human fossil dating from almost 2 million years ago. Scientists found a benign neoplasm in the vertebrae of the well-known Australopithecus sediba child, Karabo, found at the Malapa site. The top row shows the surface rendered image volume. The bottom row shows partially transparent image volume with the segmented boundaries of the lesion rendered solid pink. Volume data derived from phase contrast X-ray synchrotron microtomography. A: right lateral view. B: superior view. C: posterior view. (Image: Paul Tafforeau, ESRF)“Not only has there been an assumption that these sorts of cancers and tumours are diseases of modernity, which these fossils clearly demonstrate they are not, but that we as modern humans exhibit them as a consequence of living longer, yet this rare tumour is found in a young child,” said Prof Lee Berger, a co-author of both papers and the leader of the Malapa project, where the fossil vertebra was found.He is the research professor in Human Evolution and the Public Understanding of Science at the Institute for Human Evolution, School of GeoSciences, at Wits.“The history of these types of tumours and cancers is clearly more complex than previously thought,” Berger said. Today is the 8th anniversary of the discovery of the #Malapa site leading a few weeks later to discovering #sedia! pic.twitter.com/yWu2jFWolF— Lee Berger (@LeeRberger) August 1, 2016 Dr Patrick Randolph-Quinney, senior lecturer in biological and forensic anthropology at the UK’s University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), said the finding in Australopithecus sediba was fascinating not only because it was found in the back, which was rare, but also that it was found in a child. “This in fact is the first evidence of such a disease in a young individual in the whole of the fossil human record.”The cancer and tumour were diagnosed using the best technology available from various institutions, including the European Synchrotron Research Facility in Grenoble, France; medical CT (or computed tomography) at the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg; and the micro-CT facility at the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa at Pelindaba.Dr Jacqueline Smilg, a radiologist at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital, was also a co-author of both papers. She participated in the clinical diagnoses of each discovery. Researchers in the country were at the forefront of using various X-ray modalities to discover fresh details about ancient human relatives, she said.“This is another good example of how the modern clinical sciences and the science of palaeoanthropology are working together in South Africa and with international collaborators to advance our understanding of diseases in both the past and the present,” she said.last_img read more

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