Read Also:ITTF-Africa Cup: Quadri, Edem Lose To Egyptian opponents In Final The ITTF has also recommended to all Continental Associations to follow the ITTF’s decision. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeThese Films Were Sued For The Weirdest Reasons5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueA Little Cafe For Animal Lovers That You Will Never Want To Leave In light of the rapid spread of COVID-19 around the world, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has decided to suspend all activities provisionally until the end of April 2020.Following the declaration by the World Health Organization of COVID-19 as a pandemic and the increased number of international travel restrictions, the ITTF has decided to suspend all activities provisionally, with the health and safety of athletes, coaches, officials and fans as the top priority. The suspension comes into effect from Monday 16th March 2020 and relates to all ITTF sanctioned events, High Performance and Development activities and ITTF Foundation activities that had been due to start between the above date and the end of April 2020. The ITTF Executive Committee will hold an emergency meeting on Monday 16th March to discuss the situation further and an announcement will be made next week regarding the ITTF World Tour Hong Kong and China Opens.Advertisement Loading…
September 25, 2020
BACOLOD City –A man was believed to have drowned in a river in Purok Kanipaan, BarangayParaiso, Sagay City, Negros Occidental. Policeidentified him as Rolando Balolot, 64, of Purok Masinulondon in BarangayParaiso. Balolot wasfound floating in the river around 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 10, a police reportshowed. Officers of theSagay City police station said Balolot’s body was brought to a local mortuaryfor a “post-mortem” examination./PN
September 23, 2020
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – River Cities Speedway hosts the first-ever appearance by Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods at Grand Forks on Saturday, June 24, during the Greater Grand Forks Fair.The feature pays $300 to win. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National and Allstar Performance State points will be awarded.Gates open at 4:45 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5 p.m. Hot laps are at 6:15 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m.Fair admission of $5 is good for entry into the grandstand. Pit passes are $30.The division returns to River Cities on Friday, Sept. 15 as part of the season-ending show. Admission will be $16 through Ticket Outlet or $19 at the front gate.
September 20, 2020
Dedigout completed a hat-trick for Tony Martin and Gigginstown House Stud with a smart display in the Keelings Irish Strawberry Hurdle at Fairyhouse. Press Association However, the lack of a recent run began to tell between the final two flights, at which stage Dedigout powered his way to the front and pulled clear to secure a three-length verdict. Thousand Stars plugged on to fill the runner-up spot ahead of strong-travelling stable companion Analifet in third. Martin said: “It hasn’t been easy with him. “He looked a very promising horse when he won his novice at Punchestown but it just didn’t work out for him over fences. “Last year he looked like a real World Hurdle horse but then chipped his knee in December. “He’s had a great year and we’ll lock him up now for next year and take it from there.” On the jockey’s cool ride, Martin said: “That’s Carberry. He sits up and lets them do the work. “Luckily when he gave him a squeeze the answer was there.” The nine-year-old was the 2-1 favourite to add to his victories in the Galmoy Hurdle at Gowran and the Boyne Hurdle at Navan and was given a typically patient ride by Paul Carberry. Willie Mullins’ admirable grey Thousand Stars raced with his usual enthusiasm towards the front end, bidding to win this Grade Two prize for a second successive year on his first start since last June, and was still bowling along in front once straightened up for home.
September 20, 2020
Chelsea have sold defender Filipe Luis back to Atletico Madrid, the Barclays Premier League club announced on their website. Press Association Luis has signed a four-year-contract with Atletico for a reported fee of £11million. Of his 26 appearances for Chelsea, only nine of them were starts in the Premier League after he struggled to displace Cesar Azpilicueta at left-back. Luis returns to Spain with Premier League and Capital One Cup winners medals and scored once during his year at Stamford Bridge. The 29-year-old Brazilian, a £16million signing from Atletico last summer, returns to the Spanish capital after making only 26 appearances for the Blues. ” We wish him all the best for the future,” a club statement read.
August 31, 2020
WASHINGTON, DC – South Florida’s Congressional Representatives Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26), Donna Shalala (FL-27), and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23) has called for the closure of the Homestead Temporary Shelter and for the transition of the children being held there to smaller facilities managed by non-profit organizations better equipped to care for them and transition to family or sponsors more quickly. The Congresswomen’s call for a shutdown of the Homestead Temporary Shelter follows the recent release of court documents that detail descriptions of psychologically isolating, “prison-like” conditions the children endure at Homestead.Disturbing report list atrocitiesAs reported by the Miami Herald, the lengthy court document provides more disturbing details about the mental and physical damage being inflicted by the prolonged detention of these children, including the strict rules they must follow, such as no water or bathroom breaks without permission and only two 10-minute calls a week to communicate with family members.Denied accessAfter previous oversight visits to the facility, all three Members raised concerns about the harsh conditions, inadequate resources and lengthy stays the children experience at the shelter. However, after federal officials announced the facility would significantly increase its capacity – from 2,350 to 3,200 beds, the Congresswomen were denied access to spot-check the facility. Last month, they requested that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General investigate various issues related to the facility’s conditions, oversight access, and contracting concerns.Details from the latest court documents add to the mounting problems plaguing the facility and the children it houses.Symbolizes everything wrong with Trump administration“The Homestead child detention facility has come to symbolize everything that is wrong with the Trump Administration. Reports of dangerous and scarring conditions are becoming too common. As of June 1, the 2019 hurricane season has begun, and neither the Administration nor the company operating the facility has a hurricane evacuation plan in place. When I first visited the facility, I was shocked and heartbroken at the prison-like conditions children are being detained in. Sadly, those conditions have only worsened as they continue to cram more children into already-limited spaces. It’s time the Administration begin taking the necessary steps to relocate the children who are fleeing violence and poverty to safe environments where they can prosper and begin living the American Dream – not the nightmare manufactured by a corrupt, greedy, and heartless Administration. The Homestead child facility must be shut down, so we can restore our country’s values of being a refuge for immigrants,” said Rep. Mucarsel-Powell.Crammed into prison-like facilities“When I first toured the Homestead shelter in February, I was deeply disturbed by what I saw: hundreds and hundreds of children crammed into a prison-like facilities with inadequate resources. When my colleagues and I tried to follow-up with a visit in April, we were denied access to the shelter, and therefore prevented from exercising our constitutional obligation to conduct oversight. After reviewing the court document, I think it’s time to take steps toward closing the Homestead facility and transferring these unaccompanied children to smaller shelters operated and overseen by experienced non-profit groups that have welcomed immigrants for years. The officials overseeing the shelter have clearly demonstrated that they do not have the skill or the understanding to properly care for these children and move them more quickly to family members or sponsors,” said Rep. Shalala.Provide humane living conditions“It’s time to shutter the so-called ‘temporary emergency’ Homestead detention center. The ever-expanding numbers and lengths of stay there are neither temporary nor emergent. The Trump administration must finally provide these young people with humane living conditions that treat them with dignity, ensure basic human rights, and provide comprehensive support and services. The latest court documents detail heartbreaking conditions that hundreds of children endure there every day. This must come to a quick and sensible end, one that prioritizes the welfare of these young people. Coupled with the denial of basic oversight, prolonged stays, and contract and conflict concerns tied to the for-profit operators, it is time for swift action to connect these young people with eligible sponsors, or move them into non-restrictive, licensed community-based residential facilities,” said Rep. Wasserman Schultz.
August 31, 2020
NASSAU, Bahamas, CMC – Bahamian authorities say they have detained nearly 100 Haitian nationals after intercepting a vessel, 17 miles northwest of Highbourne Cay in the Exuma chain on Sunday.The Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) said 98 Haitians, including five minors, were apprehended during the exercise.It said there were also 78 males and 15 Females and that the entire group has been turned over to the Bahamas Immigration Department and escorted to Carmichael Road Detention Center for processing.The RBDF said that the Haitians are expected to appear in a Magistrates’ Court later this week on charges of Illegal Landing.The RBDF said that it is committed to carrying out the mandates of to combat illegal migration by establishing effective border control management through pooling resources with other law enforcement agencies to ensure compliance with the Statute Laws of the country.Despite fatalities and warnings, Haitians brave the dangerous waters to reach the Bahamas which they use sometimes as a stepping stone for illegal entry into the United States.The RBDF said it has detained more than 400 Haitians since the start of the year.
August 28, 2020
Coach of Kpando Hearts of Lions, Abu-Bakr Yussif stated after the 2-0 victory over Kumasi Asante Kotoko that Lions had ‘beaten the best team in the Premier League’, and was thankful to striker Isaac Ossae and midfielder Coney Idan for the two goals.Lions had the better of the first half at the Kpando Park and went into the interval with a 2-0 lead after Samuel Yeboah had made amends for an earlier miss to set up Isaac Ossae.Kotoko responded strongly in the second half, but it was the Lions who emerged with all three points after a defensive mix-up between Abeiku Einonson and Eric Donkor allowed Ossae to find the net.And Yussif was thrilled to beat a team he regards as Lion’s main rivals for the Premier League title.”The first half was our half. We were better, much better,” Yussif told JOY Sports.”It is difficult to be much better than a fantastic team. We should have scored more goals.”The second half started very strongly. They missed great goal opportunities and after that the game was open. “It was for both sides. In that period you have the little bit of luck you need to win these matches.”We had this lucky situation, although you could say a belief situation because Ossae had the belief (to chase a lost cause).”We won a game that is very important for us. I think we beat the best team in the Premier League.”Yussif also praised Ossae’s performance, claiming the striker had showed his character after spurning an early chance.”Everything that happened (with Ossae) came after he missed the easy chance,” he said.”(It was) amazing. When you are a player and you make a mistake you are finished for the game.”After that you saw the best from Ossae. He won the first goal and worked unbelievably for the team.”
August 17, 2020
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers“When things aren’t going good the first year, he’s going to go down there and want to be Lonzo Ball’s mentor…” Riley said, trailing off.Some in the audience laughed. Some in the audience gasped since the Lakers have not revealed their intentions on how they will use the No. 2 pick. Though the Lakers will have an individual workout for Ball on Wednesday, they also will host a workout next week for Kentucky guard De’Aaron Fox.Riley considered it “the best choice at the right time” for Lakers governor Jeanie Buss to hire Johnson to replace her brother Jim Buss. Yet, Riley sensed some Johnson going through a steeper learning curve than when won five NBA championships, including four with Riley as the Lakers’ coach. “My first three months I was in fits. I had lost control,” said Riley, who has been the Miami Heat’s president since 1995. “You lose control of the team and the game. You’re just selecting players. One thing you don’t want to do as president is second guess your coach, hang out in the locker room and question him too much.”Johnson and general manager Rob Pelinka talk frequently with coach Luke Walton. Shrotly after his hiring last February, Johnson has advised the Lakers’ players during practice and recent draft workouts. Though the Lakers have argued this dynamic will ensure constructive collaboration, Johnson validated Riley’s concerns.“I understand I can’t do it myself and look at players like myself and say, ‘You’re supposed to do this or supposed to do that,’” Johnson said. “Today’s players are different than when I played. I understand that. The hardest thing I have to do is what Pat talked about: let the coach coach.”Johnson found it easier to pass the and score the basketball to deliver five NBA championships. Yet, he vowed he will fulfill his job description well enough to reach the same goal.“You select the players, you become the face of the organization and make sure everybody is doing their job,” Johnson said. “You have to stay at doing your job. I understand that. It’s always hard. I’m a competitor and wan to win so bad. I want to win for the players, our coach and also for our fan base. They deserve a winning team. But it’s going to be making sure I keep Earvin I check.”Riley then interjected, “You better hire somebody to keep Earvin in check.” That did not mark the first time Riley advised Johnson about his new role. Shortly after accepting that position, Johnson heard Riley stress something else.“The perfect excuse for all new presidents is to say, ‘have patience and it’s going to take a lot of time,’” Riley said. “That’s what I told him.”And that’s what Johnson repeated after the Lakers missed the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season.“What we have to do is be patient, the fans,” Johnson said. “It’ll take time to build it. But we’re going to get it right.”Johnson said he will “follow the blueprint” that Riley outlined as the Heat president. He won one NBA championship as a coach (2006) and two others as an executive (2012, 2013). Riley also played a large part in convincing LeBron James to take his talents to South Beach.But could Johnson convince Riley to make a deal that would improve the Lakers’ fortunes?“If you go into any kind of transaction with a team, it has to be fair,” Riley said. “You can’t have somebody call you on the phone and do that. I would hang up on him. But if it ‘s a fair deal and really something that would help both teams, I’ll pay a nickel more.” LOS ANGELES >> The two close friends laughed endlessly shortly after walking on the stage. Then, Magic Johnson and Pat Riley relived memories of their time together with the Showtime Lakers.Nearly 45 minutes later, Riley addressed a more sobering subject. As part of an event sponsored by American Express on Monday at the Conga Room in L.A. Live, Riley offered some honesty and perhaps some inside information regarding Johnson’s first season as the Lakers’ president of basketball operations. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
August 14, 2020
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