She began her professional wrestling career as a part of the Nitro Girls in WCWKeibler began watching wrestling with her boyfriend at the time, Kris Cumberland. She can be seen in the crowd on an episode of Nitro in 1997 and the Starrcade pay-per-view before the television title match, dancing in an NWO Wolfpac T-shirt.In late 1999, Keibler entered a nationwide contest held by World Championship Wrestling to find a new member of the Nitro Girls dance troupe.In November, she defeated 300 other girls for a spot on the dance troupe and $10,000.She made her WWF television debut on the June 14, 2001, episode of SmackDown! when then-face, Shane McMahon brought her to the ring to distract then-heel, Rhyno, causing him to lose a match.Keibler was originally drafted to the SmackDown! brand in 2002, where her character showed an interest in becoming the personal assistant to WWE chairman, then-heel, Vince McMahon.Keibler was chosen to record a track on the album WWE Originals. She and WWE music producer Jim Johnston recorded the song “Why Can’t We Just Dance?” for the album.Keibler then joined forces with Rosey and The Hurricane. She became one-third of the trio as a superhero sidekick nicknamed Super Stacy, complete with her own superhero costume.Picture courtesy – Stacy Ann-Marie Keibler (Instagram) AdvertisementStacy Ann-Marie Keibler born October 14, 1979, is an American professional wrestler, specifically known for her work with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Advertisement
TweetPinShare0 Shares CAIRO — American football has made it all the way to the Giza Pyramids.A nonprofit group called American Football Without Barriers brought a slew of current and former NFL players to Egypt this week to promote the game while helping educate disadvantaged children and encourage them to live healthy lifestyles.The group was founded by New York Jets offensive lineman Breno Giacomini, Cleveland Browns tight end Gary Barnidge and Ahmed Awadallah, a friend who was born and raised in Egypt. It has previously held training camps in China, Brazil and Turkey.“We go to different countries where football is blossoming, and we use it as an opportunity to teach kids football, spread football,” said Browns safety Johnson Bademosi, part of the dozen players in Cairo for the training camp.“It’s kind of a humanitarian trip as well. We try to give back and try to engage with the community as much as we can.”The group has visited a school and a children’s cancer hospital, and is holding three days of free camps — basic, junior and advanced levels — for players aged 14-25, as well as a coaching clinic led by Giacomini.The players also visited the Pyramids, bringing a football with them to toss around.While soccer is Egypt’s biggest sport, and squash the one it dominates, American football is on the up, the group says, with about 700 players from the Middle East attending the training camp held at German University in Cairo.Other players on the trip include the recently retired Marshawn Lynch, Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, Houston Texans offensive lineman Oday Aboushi and Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron.“The journey in Egypt means a lot to me,” Aboushi said. “Being Arab myself, being from Palestine, this is an extension of my people, this is my religion for the most part.”Awadallah, a college classmate of Barnidge and Giacomini and now an engineer, had wanted to take the program to Egypt in 2013, but political problems in the country prevented the visit.
Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM), Richard Thompson, has assured that there are no health concerns regarding the 25 Haitians who arrived in Portland by boat on February 5. He said the Ministry of Health has already conducted tests for diseases, such as malaria and dengue. Mr. Thompson was speaking at Wednesday’s, February 6, Jamaica House Press briefing, at the Office of the Prime Minister, which was hosted by Minister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer. The group included seven children, 16 men, two women, four boys and three girls, from two to 14 years old. Also included are a two year-old child, who was born in Jamaica, and six other persons who had previously arrived in Jamaica following the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Mr. Thompson noted that a number of agencies are involved in the process, including the Ministry of National Security, Portland Parish Council, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), Adventist Disaster Relief Agency (ADRA), Jamaica Red Cross, and the Salvation Army. He said it is estimated that it would cost the Government some $45,000 per day to care for the group, inclusive of food, water, electricity and gas. Minister Falconer, in acknowledging the cost to Jamaica, said she has heard the questions about cost, but apart from the fact that “we are signatories to the UN Convention it is in the DNA of Jamaicans that we take care of people.” “We can’t have Haitians in need who have come to our country and we do not make sure that they are taken care of. We treat them as we would like any other country to treat Jamaicans who go there. We want to cut down the length of time that they are here on our shores, but as long as they are here, we will ensure that they are taken care of – medical treatment, food and shelter,” she said. The group is being housed at the ADRA facility in Portland, where they will remain until Friday, February 8, after which they will be moved to another location in Portland, and then repatriated to Haiti. Mr. Thompson said this should be done by early next week. “That process (repatriation) is not a quick process, but what we try to do is ensure that it is speedily dealt with,” he added. In the meantime, border patrol has been increased by the Jamaica Defence Force, and on-site security is being provided by the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
zoom The US Department of Justice has decided to approve the establishment of G2 Ocean, a joint venture (JV) of Switzerland-based shipping company Gearbulk and Norwegian Grieg Star.Authorities in Poland, Germany and Brazil have already approved the JV, the duo said in a statement.According to the two firms, the project is on schedule to have G2 Ocean fully operational by the end of the first half of 2017.The JV will operate a fleet of open hatch, semi-open hatch and conventional bulk vessels, with a total of over 130 ships.The parties revealed in October 2016 that 65% of the JV will be held by Gearbulk, while Grieg Star will hold the remaining 35%.The JV will be formed as an independent dry bulk shipping company headquartered in Bergen, Norway, with worldwide offices.“We anticipated such a conclusion from the authorities. But that does not mean the final approval was not received with joy. Now we roll up our sleeves and continue the hard work. Our goal is still to create a world class shipping company for the future,” Rune Birkeland, G2 Ocean’s CEO, commented.
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday asked Robert Vadra, the brother-in-law of Congress President Rahul Gandhi, to file a reply on the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) plea seeking to cancel his bail in a money laundering case. Justice Chander Shekhar issued a notice to Vadra and his close associate Manoj Arora listing the matter for July 17. The ED has pressed for Vadra’s custodial interrogation, saying that he was not co-operating with the investigation. Also Read – Dussehra with a ‘green’ twist He was granted anticipatory bail by a trial court on April 1 on the condition that he would not leave the country without permission and join the investigation whenever needed. The ED, in its plea submitted in the High Court, challenged the trial court order and said that protection to Vadra would be detrimental in carrying out a free investigation in the case. The case relates to ownership of 1.9 million pounds of overseas assets by Vadra. It pertains to undisclosed foreign assets and entities meant to evade tax. Also Read – India receives its first Rafale fighter jet from France The ED told the High Court that Vadra’s questioning was required to unearth the entire source of credit used for the purchase of properties, ascertaining transactions and money laundering. “Because it is trite to say that the anticipatory bail, to some extent, intrudes in the sphere of investigation of crime and that the courts must be cautious and circumspect in exercising such powers of discriminatory nature,” the ED said in its plea. “It is for the same reason that the relevant factors for grant of anticipatory bail are materially different from the grant of regular bail… The special judge has passed the impugned order by ignoring the material on record.” The probe agency also said that Vadra’s questioning would help it ascertain the role of other key accused persons involved in the commission of offence and their modus operandi. “Ascertaining the exact source of the tainted money and the end use of such funds involved in the case,” the plea read and added: “Confronting him (Vadra) with the voluminous incriminating material for bringing the investigation to a logical conclusion.” The ED noted that there were chances that Vadra may tamper with evidence and influence witnesses in the case, as he was an influential person. It said that in spite of being given several opportunities to come clean about his alleged role in the case, Vadra has remained evasive and has maliciously claimed himself to be a victim of political vendetta and that he had made all possible attempts to sensationalise the case.
New Delhi: Dr Harsh Vardhan, who will head the Ministry for Health and Family Welfare, arrived on cycle to take charge as a minister at the Nirman Bhawan in Delhi on Monday. The Minister, who won the Chandni Chowk Lok Sabha seat in Delhi, shared pictures on microblogging site Twitter.”#Cycling is a simple, affordable, reliable, clean & environmentally sustainable means of transport. #UNGA has declared June 3 as #WorldBicycleDay to underline the contribution of cycling to sustainable development goals. It’s my fav sport too 2 #BeatAirPollution @UN (sic),” the Union minister wrote on the microblogging site. Also Read – Pak activated 20 terror camps & 20 launch pads along LoC Almost five years after he was divested of the charge, Vardhan said his priority will be to strengthen the implementation of the Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna (PM-JAY). (Express photo by Amit Mehra) After taking charge of the Health ministry, Vardhan said he was “grateful” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for entrusting him with the responsibility. “I am thankful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for trusting me and giving me this responsibility. The health of the people of this country is the top priority of Modi government and we will make every effort to achieve healthcare for all,” he said. Also Read – Two squadrons which participated in Balakot airstrike awarded citationsAlmost five years after he was divested of the charge, Vardhan said his priority will be to strengthen the implementation of the Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna (PM-JAY). “Since the launch of PM-JAY, around 27 lakh people have availed the benefits under the scheme. However, still many people are not aware of it. Some people who are in dire need of the benefits provided under the insurance scheme are not able to avail it due to eligibility criteria issues,” Vardhan told PTI. Vardhan continues to hold Science and Technology and Earth Sciences portfolios. (Express photo by Amit Mehra) Earlier, he was appointed as the Union Health minister in 2014 and was later given the charge of the Ministries of Earth Sciences and Science and Technology. J P Nadda held the portfolio in the outgoing cabinet. Vardhan was also given the additional charge of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in May 2017, after the demise of Union minister Anil Madhav Dave. (With inputs from Indian Express)
VANCOUVER — Three people are dead in northern B.C. and there is a major search stretching across Western Canada for two teens police say are suspects. Here’s a timeline of events:July 15 — The bodies of a man and a woman are found near a blue van on the Alaska Highway, also known as Highway 97, near Liard Hot Springs.July 17 — RCMP say the deaths are suspicious.July 18 — RCMP announce Australian Lucas Fowler, 23, and American Chynna Deese, 24, are victims of a double homicide. Meanwhile, in Jade City, B.C., Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, are spotted in a store where they stopped for free coffee. Jade City is about 350 kilometres from where the two bodies were found.July 19 — Police announce the body of a man has been found two kilometres from a burned-out truck belonging to McLeod and Schmegelsky near Dease Lake, B.C. The two teens are missing. Dease Lake is about 470 kilometres from the first crime scene.July 21 — McLeod and Schmegelsky are spotted in Meadow Lake, Sask.July 22 — Mounties say Fowler and Deese were shot. They release composite sketches of a man seen speaking with the couple on the highway where they were found dead and a sketch of the unidentified man found dead near the burned truck. Fowler’s father, an Australian police inspector, pleads for the public’s help in the investigation.July 23 — RCMP announce Schmegelsky and McLeod are now suspects in the three deaths. They release photos of the young men and a 2011 grey Toyota Rav 4 they may be driving. Fox Lake Cree Nation says a burned-out vehicle is found near Gillam in northern Manitoba. Police search that area.July 24 — Manitoba RCMP confirm the burned-out vehicle near Gillam is the Toyota Rav 4 the suspects are believed to have been driving. The Canadian Press
An estimated 2.6 million children took part in the contest organised by the Luo Hong Environmental Foundation in partnership with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), after which judges chose 20 striking images as the winning entries. “Whether it’s a hapless giraffe struggling to find food above a cloud of smog, a colourful criticism of the fur trade or a six-year-old’s vision of a green utopia, the pictures are a compelling insight into the concerns of China’s children for their environment – and their suggestions for how to make things better,” UNEP said in a press release. The contest was organized in partnership with Mr. Hong – one of China’s best known entrepreneurs and a UNEP Climate Hero. The founder of the country’s biggest cake bakery chain as well as a leading environmental photographer, he said he organised the contest to make China’s children more aware of their environment. “I think our small friends are painting to voice their love of the environment and their commitment to protect our planet,” said Mr. Hong. The 20 winners of the contest, along with 10 teachers and Mr. Hong, will travel to UNEP headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, for a special awards ceremony on 9 August. 30 July 2010Millions of schoolchildren in China have demonstrated their concern for the environment by participating in a painting contest, using their artistic creativity to come up with images to illustrate their commitment to conservation, the United Nations environment agency said today.
Expressing “serious concern” at the volatile situation in Côte d’Ivoire, where United Nations offices were looted and destroyed last month, the Security Council today authorized extra troops to boost the strength of the UN peacekeeping mission in the West African nation.Reacting to Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s calls last week for more military personnel, the Council unanimously agreed to a temporary redeployment of troops from the UN mission in Liberia (UNMIL), but the numbers fell short of Mr. Annan’s request for an infantry battalion and a police unit.Adoption a resolution, the Security Council authorized the immediate deployment of “a maximum of one infantry company from UNMIL to the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI), until 31 March 2006, in order to provide extra security coverage for United Nations personnel and property, and to perform other tasks mandated to UNOCI.”The Council went on to say that it would closely monitor the situation in Côte d’Ivoire up to the end of March so as to decide on future troop levels, while also taking into account what was happening in Liberia so as not to leave the mission there short of personnel.UN offices were put under siege, looted or destroyed for four days last month in Abidjan, the commercial centre of Côte d’Ivoire, as well as in other towns.On 24 January, faced with the imminent expiration of UNOCI’s mandate, the Council extended it through mid-December and pledged to keep its troop strength under review. But the 15-member security body stopped short of meeting Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s recommendation to significantly increase the size of the force.In a report to the Council, Mr. Annan had called for an additional 3,400 soldiers or four battalions to be added to UNOCI’s troop strength, plus an additional 475 police personnel.The recommendation preceded the attacks on the UN across the country. In remarks to journalists after violence broke out, the Secretary-General said, “events on the ground have made our case.”
OSU sophomore guard Asia Doss (20) defends during a game against Northwestern on Jan. 28 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorAfter playing on the road for the past two contests, the No. 7 Ohio State women’s basketball team (21-4, 13-1) gets to play on its home court for the next week.Occupying the Big Ten’s top spot, the Buckeyes are set to face off against Nebraska (17-8, 8-6) Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center. After a win over Michigan State on Sunday, the Huskers come to Columbus looking to keep their energy alive and pull off an upset in the mid-February matchup.The Buckeyes, however, are more focused than ever, keeping their eyes focused on the mission while understanding that every team that steps onto the hardwood against them is looking to take away their crown. “Everybody wants to take the person that’s on top out,” said junior forward Shayla Cooper. “Every night we need to come prepared.”OSU coach Kevin McGuff has harped on the mental toughness his team must have coming down the stretch of the regular season and heading into the conference tournament, especially because of its high ranking. But for now, the Scarlet and Gray are determined to take care of business one game at a time.In the all-time series history between the two programs, Nebraska holds a 7-5 lead. Nonetheless, OSU was the team that came out on top last time, a 78-60 victory in March to finish the 2014-15 regular season.Precise post playWhen it comes to Nebraska’s scoring attack, the Huskers turn to their freshman forward Jessica Shepard. Her scoring average of 20.6 points per game ranks fifth in the Big Ten. OSU sophomore forward Alexa Hart (22) during a game against Northwestern on Jan. 28 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorShepard understands the game well for a freshman and knows when to kick the ball out to her teammates when the defense begins to collapse. Being one of the top 3-point shooting teams in the Big Ten, the 6-foot-4 Shepard keeps her head on a swivel to find the open woman and get high-quality shots. With the Buckeyes having a guard-heavy roster, their main focus will be to protect the paint and prevent Shepard from being an offensive threat.“(The Cornhuskers) have a really nice post player,” Cooper said of Shepard. “And they have really nice shooters that spot up. We just have to defend the post and get out to the 3-point shooters.”Shepard’s effectiveness doesn’t end with the scoring column, though. She dominates the boards as well, averaging 8.9 rebounds per game, including 3.2 offensive rebounds per contest. With these statistics in mind, OSU will need to go back to the fundamentals and make sure it boxes out on all defensive possessions to prohibit second-chance opportunities. The Buckeyes are in second-to-last place in defensive rebound percentage. Conversely, the Cornhuskers — powered by Shepard’s prowess on the glass — are third in the conference in that category. Rebounding, it seems, will be a major factor in declaring a winner. Senior SundayThe Buckeyes are slated to play their last home game of the season Sunday against Illinois. It will be the second meeting between these two teams this year. The first matchup came on Feb. 1 in Champaign, Illinois, when OSU won 80-70. The OSU women’s basketball program will honor its two senior guards, Ameryst Alston and Cait Craft, on Sunday in a pregame ceremony, as it scheduled to be their last moments in scarlet and gray at the Schott in the regular season.The two have been fixtures of McGuff’s team since he arrived in Columbus, starting each game they played in during the last three seasons. Alston in particular has been one of the standouts of the program’s history, as she was on the All-Big Ten first team during her sophomore and junior seasons and recently eclipsed the 2,000-point mark for her career.This season, Alston has started all 25 games, averaging 18.8 points and a team-high 3.8 assists per contest. Craft has started the 24 games she appeared in, averaging just 4.9 points per game but ranking third on the team with 23 3-pointers made and regularly receiving the opposition’s top defensive assignments.Tipoff for the matchup against the Fighting Illini is set for 2 p.m.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has been accused of not getting a grip on the situation as May saw more people crossing the Channel in small boats (140) than in December (138) when a ‘major incident’ was declared.On May 31, Britain saw a record number of boats and people trying to enter the UK illegally, as some 74 people were intercepted in eight separate vessels.A spokesperson from the Home Office said: “Anyone crossing the Channel in a small boat is taking a huge risk with their life and the lives of their children. Credit: STEVE FINN A migrant was rescued this morning after trying to swim across the English Channel wearing flippers to get to the UK.The unidentified migrant was discovered three miles off the coast of Calais with fins and using a buoy as a float to help.He was spotted by the crew of a fishing boat at 6.30am who alerted French authorities. French border officials who rescued the migrant who was suffering from hypothermia. He was then handed over to the French border officials at the port of Calais.Meanwhile, “up to 38 people” were caught attempting the crossing in small boats before midday, a witness said.A statement by the Prefecture Maritime based in Calais, who released an image of the rescue, said authorities were notified that a fishing vessel “was in contact with a migrant equipped with fins and a buoy and tried to swim to England.”It comes as Border Force officers in the UK dealt with two more migrant crossing incidents.It is understood three groups were discovered off the East Sussex and Kent coast in three small boats.They were picked up by Border Force officers and taken to Dover in Kent. “Last week, the Home Secretary and the French Interior Minister, Christophe Castaner, agreed to continue to explore options to reinforce the efforts already being made.“It is an established principle that those in need of protection should claim asylum in the first safe country they reach and since January more than 35 people who arrived illegally in the UK in small boats have been returned to Europe.”The shortest distance across the English Channel is between Calais and Dover at 20.7 miles. “We are only concerned with preservation of life, rescuing those in trouble and bringing them safely back to shore, where they will be handed over to the relevant partner emergency services or authorities.”We have been assisting Border Force with two incidents off the Kent coast this morning.”RNLI Hastings Lifeboat Station were also called to the incident.More than 150 people have arrived in the UK since the end of May, with the number of suspected migrants intercepted by border force authorities in 2019 soaring to 511, according to Telegraph research, with dozens more collected by French officials.In the whole of 2018, some 312 people reached the UK in small boats after crossing the Channel, with 227 more stopped by the French. A Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokesman said: “HM Coastguard is committed to safeguarding life around the seas and coastal areas of this country. 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.
Wilden Pump and Engineering has introduced two products that add greater efficiency to its Advanced Series of air-operated double-diaphragm pumps. The PX Simulator is a free online tool that allows operators to easily determine the optimal balance of flow rate and efficiency for any application. Using inlet, head and flow parameters of the application plus the pump model, the simulator quickly computes the air inlet pressure and Efficiency Management System (EMS) setting that will yield the greatest efficiency. The operator simply turns the dial on the pump’s Pro-Flo X air distribution system to that setting to achieve the lowest power consumption.The online simulator saves the operator time by eliminating a series of manual calculations previously needed to achieve the best results from the air distribution system.Recently awarded a US patent, the Pro-Flo X Efficiency Management System (EMS) features an integrated control dial to select the efficiency point and flow rate that best suits the application. In addition to lower operating cost, benefits include longer pump life and lower maintenance requirements.New full-stroke PTFE (Teflon) diaphragms are now available for Wilden Advanced Series air-operated double-diaphragm pumps. By allowing increased product displacement per stroke, the full-stroke diaphragms produce greater flow rates and higher efficiency than reduced stroke diaphragms.Because they use the same shaft and piston combinations as the company’s standard rubber and TPE diaphragms, they can be easily retrofitted to existing pumps with no extra components. The new full-stroke PTFE diaphragms are available for Wilden 1, 1.5, 2 and 3″ pumps.Wilden Pump and Engineering (www.pumpsg.com) is a world leader in design and manufacturing of air-operated double-diaphragm pumps, and a member of Dover Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group (PSG).
Source 44, a leading provider of sustainability data services and solutions, has released the next generation of its unique program designed to simplify detecting conflict minerals across a supply chain, providing retailers and manufacturers a cost-effective solution to meet the requirements set forth in America’s Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act. This announcement comes ahead of the imminent ruling expected by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on the scope of Section 1502 and the nature of the relevant reporting requirements. “While companies await the SEC’s final rule, one thing is clear: companies will have to engage in some level of due diligence,” said Dr. Jennifer L. Kraus, Source 44 Chief Scientific Officer. “No longer will knowledge of Tier 1 suppliers be enough; instead, transparency will have to carry farther up the supply chain.”The process of detecting the presence of conflict minerals is complex: given the vast network of suppliers and distributors, supply chains can become an intricate web that grows harder to manage the more complex a product is.Source 44 says its Conflict Mineral Program “is the most scalable and affordable solution available today. Instead of creating complicated spreadsheets, SourceLink Technology automates the tracing process. Source 44’s data management platform, Source IntelligenceTM, processes the information to assess the risk that conflict minerals are present and highlight companies and regions of concern. Product disclosure reports provide an effective way to understand potential risk, ultimately enabling companies to meet conflict minerals requirements efficiently and within budget.”“Source 44 has done the work to make conflict minerals due diligence efficient, scalable and affordable,” said Jess Kraus, Source 44 President and CEO. “We are the only company that provides a comprehensive certificate of assurance guaranteeing compliance for retailers and manufacturers.”
← Previous Story CSM Bucuresti to replace Mette Klit with Kim Rasmussen? Next Story → THW Kiel sign Dragos Oprea! RK VardarStrahinja Milic The most interesting handball story in Skopje this summer was destiny of Serbian goalkeeper Strahinja Milic (25) who has a long-term contract with Macedonian TOP team RK Vardar Skopje. The guy which nickname is Jambo because of his size (between 130 and 150 kilos) didn’t began preparation with his team-mates because of problems with kilograms. RK Vardar’s coach Raul Gonzales didn’t want to take him with the first team during pre-season, so Milic had to work by special program.After 50 days of work with RK Vardar second team, Milic got a chance to join his old team-mates in week before the first match at VELUX EHF Champions League 2015/2016 against French Montpellier. But, he lost 20 kilos! Obviously, he had a strong motivation to become slim as lot of media attention was about his possible transfer to the biggest domestic rival – RK Metalurg.However, Arpad Šterbik won’t be alone at the start of the European season. Petar Angelov has problem with his back, so Milic could be the first replacement. Slim Jambo…
Catastrophe naturelle : les tsunamis les plus destructeurs de l’histoireDifficile d’y échapper, chaque année, de nombreuses Unes sont consacrées aux tsunamis. Le Japon est particulièrement touché et de nombreux morts sont souvent à déplorer. Quelles sont les pires ? Maxisciences vous dévoile la liste Sumatra, en Indonésie Un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 9,1 dont l’épicentre était à 30 kilomètres des côtes a causé la naissance d’un tsunami de 1300 kilomètres de longueur. C’est le plus long jamais mesuré, environ 230000 personnes sont mortes. Le tsunami de la côte Pacifique du TōhokuEn 2011, un tsunami extrêmement puissant, avançant à 800 kilomètres par heure avec des vagues de 10 mètres de haut a détruit une partie de la côte ouest du Japon et a tué 18000 personnes. La puissante vague a été provoquée par un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 9.0 à 24,4 kilomètre de profondeur. 452000 personnes ont été déplacées dans des abris. La violence du choc a aussi eu pour conséquence une catastrophe écologique avec la fuite d’un réacteur de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima. Les dégâts sont estimés à 5 milliard de dollars. (4 289 673 040 euros)Le tsunami de Lisbonne Le 1 novembre 1755, un tremblement de terre d’une magnitude de 8,5 a créé une série d’énormes vagues (jusqu’à 30 mètres de haut) qui ont frappé différentes villes des côtes ouest du Portugal et du sud de l’Espagne. Le tremblement de terre et le tsunami ont causé la mort de 60000 personnes au Maroc, au Portugal et en Espagne. L’explosion du Krakatoa en IndonésieLe tsunami s’est déclenché suite à explosion du volcan Krokatoa, l’une des plus puissantes de mémoire d’homme. L’énorme explosion a permis à des vagues hautes de 37 mètres de se créer et de détruire les villes de Merak et Anyer ce qui a entraîné la mort de 40000 personnes au total. La mort de 2000 personnes est due directement à l’explosion du volcan. Le tsunami de 1498 au JaponUn tremblement de terre d’une magnitude estimée de 8,3 a déclenché un tsunami sur la péninsule de Kii, les côtes de Mikawa, Suguru, Izu et Sagami. 31000 personnes sont mortes suite à ce tsunami. Le tsunami de Nankaidō À lire aussiLe volcan Etna pourrait s’effondrer et créer un tsunami dévastateur en MéditerranéeLe 28 octobre 1707, un tremblement de terre de magnitude de 8,4 a provoqué un tsunami avec des vagues mesurées à plus de 25 mètres de hauteur. Les côtes de Kyūshū et de Shikoku et d’Osaka ont été touchées, endommageant 30000 immeubles et tuant 30000 personnes. Le tsunami de SanrikuLe 15 juin 1896, un tsunami s’est déclenché après un tremblement de terre de magnitude 7,6 non loin des côtes de Sanriki. Les vagues ont atteint 38,2 mètres de hauteur et ont détruit plus de 11000 maisons et ont tué 22000 personnes. Le 5 janvier 2018 à 12:36 • Morsli Pauline
There will be some familiar faces at the 28th heads of government meeting, including Bahamas Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon Fred Mitchell. Recommended for you Related Items:#magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp “The meeting is expected to focus on the effects on the economic climate on member states of the Caribbean Community and framework by which the Community can achieve growth and development amidst the current environment. Additionally, the issue of crime and security is top among the three broad area that are up for discussion.” Aside from the plenary sessions, during the two-day conference, DP Astwood is expected to hold bilateral talks with CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador, Irvine LaRocque and region leaders including one with Minister Mitchell. The intercessional meetings wrap up today. #MagneticMediaNews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, February 17, 2017 – Regional security is a major topic at the 28th Intercessional meeting of CARICOM being held in Georgetown, Guyana at the Marriott Hotel and the Turks and Caicos is represented with a delegation led by Border Control minister and Deputy Premier, Hon Sean Astwood. Crime, gun violence and border control are all major matters shared as concerns and challenges among regional countries. Minister Astwood, who left a couple of days ago for the meeting is hailing it as a great networking opportunity and in a media release today shared the value of the sessions to CARICOM states and their developments – both as a community and individually. The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo
Former Real Madrid midfielder Steve McManaman admits that their failure to sign a top-class replacement for Ronaldo came as a shock to himLos Blancos lost their all-time top scorer in the summer to Juventus in a €112m deal and have since struggled greatly in his absence.Without Ronaldo, Real have lost five of their last seven games with only four goals scored in the process following Sunday’s humiliating 5-1 thrashing to Barcelona.Speaking on his former club, McManaman cannot understand why Real didn’t sign a replacement for Ronaldo and fears they are suffering the consequences.“Everybody was surprised, weren’t they?” McManaman told Reuters.“They took a long, long time to bring in new signings. They didn’t bring anyone to replace Cristiano.“It was a big shock for everybody. Whether they could buy somebody of his quality I don’t know. The fact that they didn’t bring anybody in and they did slow business in the centre-forward area, it surprised everybody.”Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…McManaman had previously urged his old club to sign either Paris Saint-Germain stars Neymar or Kylian Mbappe to replace Ronaldo.Now the former England international feels it imperative that Real recruit in the January transfer window for some fresh faces after sticking with the same stars for a long time now.“They probably need to refresh the team a bit more, to be very honest. They have kept the majority of the same team for the last couple of years,” said McManaman.“If you look at the age group of the Real Madrid players now, four or five of them are in the 30s. It’s probably the time to start refreshing it and bring in more players and try and replicate the success.“They have got a hard job on their hands. They are not playing well, the manager is under pressure and the team as well. They need to do something and need to do it quickly.”McManaman made 158 appearances for Real across all competitions between 1999 to 2003 and won the Champions League twice at the club.
An extended heat wave starting today is expected bring a string of several consecutive 90-degree days to the region, according to the National Weather Service in Portland.In Vancouver, temperatures should peak in the lower 90s through this weekend, but cloud cover and possible thunderstorms will keep things slightly cooler than next week, according to the weather service. The heat really cranks up Monday and Tuesday, forecasters said.Temperatures should reach the mid- to upper 90s in Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon, according to the weather service. Humid conditions will also make for some mild nights, keeping overnight lows well into the 60s. At least one Clark County facility is offering respite from the heat next week. The Battle Ground Community Center is inviting residents to hang out in the air-conditioned space from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday next week. Other local facilities are likely to follow.There’s no relief in sight just yet. High temperatures should remain at or above 90 every day at least through next Thursday — the end of the weather service’s seven-day forecast.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Seward Police Department at (907) 224-3338 with any information. Reference case #19-2042. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Seward Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identify a shoplifter from a case that occured in Seward on July 9.According to SPD, the suspect may be driving a green 1993 Oldsmobile Bravada with a spider-webbed windshield and a storage rack on the back (Alaska License JMM914).
Chief Justice Dana Fabe of the Alaska Supreme Court gives the State of the Judiciary Address to a joint session of the 29th Alaska Legislature, Feb. 11, 2015. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Former Alaska Supreme Court Justice Dana Fabe will receive the 2017 Sandra Day O’Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education. The award is from the National Center for State Courts.“I was just surprised by the award, but I’m thrilled and honored, of course, particularly because it’s in Sandra Day O’Connor’s name, and she’s one of my heroes,” Fabe said.Fabe supported and helped expand the Supreme Court LIVE program, which allows high school students throughout the state to watch oral arguments in person.“Not only are the students able to witness a real oral argument on a high school stage, but we actually teach the case to the students through the classroom, in cooperation with the teachers,” Fabe said.Fabe also worked to establish the Alaska Supreme Court Judicial Outreach Commission and the Alaska Teaching Justice Network, which helps teachers instruct students about the role of the judiciary.Fabe said Alaska is strong in informing the public about the courts.“I think Alaska provides more information about its judges and the judicial performance of each judge, more information than any other state in the country, and any other country in the world,” Fabe said. “We set the standard.”Fabe was the first woman to serve on the Alaska Supreme Court, as well as its first female chief justice. O’Connor was the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court.Fabe has hosted O’Connor several times, and they’ve bonded over the support they received when they first joined their courts. Fabe recalled the time O’Connor brought a frozen fish she had caught.“She gave me the fish and I told her, it was like shaking Elvis Presley’s hand – you wouldn’t want to wash it,” Fabe recalled. “I wasn’t sure I could eat the Sandra Day O’Connor fish because it was so valuable. And she said don’t be silly. She’s a very practical person. She said ‘Don’t be silly, of course you’ll eat the fish.’”Fabe served on the court for 20 years, retiring last year. She still sits on cases as a pro-tem justice. She said she enjoys being a grandmother. And she has more time to play the piano and the ukulele.Fabe will receive the award in August in Philadelphia.