Libya’s GNA accuses Haftar forces of killing, arresting civilians in Sirte

first_imgEU condemns killing of migrants in Libya Libya: Army bus attacked south of Sirte UN mission condemns threats to civilians in Libyacenter_img Sirte forces, which are allied to the UN-backed government in Tripoli, deploy in Sirte, Libya March 12, 2019. Pictures taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Ayman Al-Sahili Sirte forces, which are allied to the UN-backed government in Tripoli, deploy in Sirte, Libya March 12, 2019. Pictures taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Ayman Al-SahiliThe UN-backed government of Libya on Wednesday accused the rival eastern-based army of killing and arresting civilians in the city of Sirte, some 450 km east of the capital Tripoli.“The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord expresses concern over reports from Sirte city documenting attacks on the city’s residents and killing of civilians, such as what happened in other cities after they were controlled by the outlaw militias (eastern-based army),” the UN-backed government said in a statement.The UN-backed government called on international mediators, mainly the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), to “document these criminal acts and consider them efforts to foil the democratic peaceful settlement to the Libyan crisis.”A few days ago, UN-backed Prime Minister, Fayez Serraj, and the Speaker of the eastern-based House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, issued statements calling for a cease-fire in the country, reopening of the country’s oilfields and ports, holding elections, and making Sirte and Jufra district demilitarized zone.However, the eastern-based army said that Serra’s initiative is merely “media marketing,” accusing the UN-backed government of preparing to attack its units in Sirte.The UN-backed government also condemned Tuesday’s halting of the elections in the southern town of Traghen, some 780 km south of the capital Tripoli, by an armed group affiliated to the eastern-based army.UNSMIL on Tuesday said it was dismayed by the halting of the scheduled elections in Traghen, and reminded all parties in Libya of their obligations to act in accordance with international law and called on them to protect democratic processes across the country.The UN-backed government had been engaged in a deadly armed conflict against the eastern-based army, which is allied with the eastern-based House of Representatives, for more than a year over control of the capital Tripoli, before his government recently took over all of western Libya.Relatedlast_img read more

Iloilo defeats Bicol in Maharlika caging

first_imgIt grew to 44-33 at the half with De Joyagetting his outside shots going. The Royals went on to build its largest leadat 51-38 after a three-pointer by Donald Gumaru in the third period but theVolcanoes slowly chipped in to the deficit to come to within 54-60. Richard Escoto (right) breaks his scoring slump with 21 points to go along with eight rebounds and two assists. MPBL PHOTO The Royals snapped its two-game losing skid toimprove to 4-3 win-loss record. For the 5-3 Volcanoes, Aldave top-scored with18 points, including three three-point conversions, while Ron Jason Buenafemissed all of his nine field goal attempts but still had 10 markers./PN Richard Escoto broke his scoring slump with 21points to go along with eight rebounds and two assists on Sunday.center_img MANILA – Iloilo United Royals nearly wasted adouble-digit edge before escaping with a 77-74 win over the Bicol Volcanoes inthe 2019-2020 Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League at the Ibalong Centrum forRecreation in Legaspi City, Albay. The Royals surged to a 19-11 edge in theopening period with De Leon and Tamsi spearheading the offense. Rodel de Leon added 17 markers and eightboards while Cedric de Joya got his offense going early in the game to finishwith 12 points. Al Francis Tamsi had nine. The Volcanoes pulled even closer in the fourthand was able to come to as close as 74-75 after a Jonathan Aldave triple. Splitfree throws by Escoto and De Leon, however, iced the win for the Royals.last_img read more

No. 16 Argos Celebrate Senior Day Tomorrow vs. Union

first_imgARGOS MOVE UP TO NO. 16 IN NABC POLL* The University of West Florida men’s basketball team (22-3, 14-3 GSC) rose in the latest NABC poll released Tuesday, checking in at No. 16. The team held steady at No. 17 in the latest D2SIDA poll, also released Tuesday.* The Argos have been ranked in the Top 25 in every D2SIDA poll since Nov. 28, meaning the team has now been ranked in the Top 25 for ten straight polls. UWF garnered 145 points in the latest poll.* No. 16 UWF is currently two games behind Valdosta State (23-2, 16-1 GSC) in the battle for first place in the Gulf South. Valdosta State remained in the Top 10 in the latest NABC poll, checking in again at No. 9. The team once again came in at No. 9 in the latest D2SIDA poll. Valdosta State and West Florida were the only GSC teams to receive votes in either poll. PENSACOLA, Fla. – UWF men’s basketball will celebrate Senior Day Saturday at the UWF Field House. The team will battle Union at 4:00 p.m.UWF men’s basketball (23-3, 15-3 GSC) reset the program record for most Gulf South Conference wins in a single season by downing Mississippi College (9-13, 6-11 GSC) 79-49 at the A.E. Wood Coliseum Wednesday night.Union is 12-14 on the season and 6-12 in the GSC. The team has played well lately, winning three of its last four.The Argos are 12-1 at home this season. The contest will be the final of the regular season but not be the final of the year at the UWF Field House. The Argos have clinched at GSC Tournament home game, the first in program history. The postseason matchup against a still-to-be-determined opponent. VOTE FOR TUCKER* UWF senior forward Darryl Tucker has been selected to participate in the 2018 College Slam Dark Horse Dunker Fan Vote competition. In the coming weeks, fans will be able to vote once per day per device for Tucker and help him earn a chance to compete in the College Slam Dunk Championships March 28 in San Antonio, Texas. Click HERE to vote now! ARGOS WIN FIFTH STRAIGHT* Marvin Jones posted a season-high 23 points (7-14 FG, 4-9 3-PT FG, 5-5 FT) as the Argos downed Mississippi College. DJ Thorpe added 17 points (7-9 FG, 3-4 3-PT FG). The No. 16 Argos shot 30 of 57 (.526) from the field while holding Mississippi College to 19 of 59 (.322) shooting. UWF had a very effective night from deep, knocking down 10 of 20 (.500) three-pointers while limiting the Choctaws to just 3 of 19 (.158) shooting on threes.* The Choctaws held UWF scoreless for the first four minutes of the second half before a 24-7 run helped to provide a comfortable cushion. Thorpe led Argo scorers in the second half with ten points. Jones scored seven second half points and also recorded three steals.* For the game, UWF outscored Mississippi College 19-6 on points off of turnovers. The Argo bench outscored the Choctaws reserves 23-11. UWF won the rebounding battle 41-33. Tucker finished with 14 points, six rebounds, two blocks and two steals. Benson finished with seven points, nine assists, one block and one steal. Seven different Argos recorded at least one steal. Five different Argos recorded at least one block. ARGOS CHECK IN AT NO. 3 IN FIRST NCAA SOUTH REGION POLL* The UWF men’s basketball team checked in at No. 3 in the South Region in the first NCAA Division II regional rankings of the 2017-18 season released on Wednesday.* UWF has enjoyed the most successful season in program history, winning a program-best 23 games. The team’s .880 winning percentage is on pace to be the best in program history. The Argos are currently ranked 16th nationally in the NABC poll and 17th in the D2SIDA poll.* West Florida, whose 15 conference wins have broken the single-season high for the program, is ranked behind just one other GSC team. Valdosta State (23-2, 16-1 GSC), the current leader in the GSC and No. 9 team in the nation, checked in at No. 2 in the South Region poll. Morehouse (21-1), ranked No. 11 in the NABC and No. 14 in the D2SIDA poll, topped the South Region. FOUR SENIORS TO BE HONORED* UWF will honor four seniors tomorrow: Darryl Tucker, DJ Thorpe, Moter Deng, and Marvin Jones. Over the last two years, the four have formed the core of the team that has won more games over a two-year span than any in history.* Darryl Tucker has enjoyed a historic 2017 season. He currently leads the conference with a .656 field goal percentage, 9.6 rebounds per game and 10 double-doubles. The senior is averaging 16.4 points and 1.5 blocks per game.* DJ Thorpe stands alone at the top of the all-time single-season steals list in UWF history with 71 so far this season. He is averaging 12.2 points per game, 3.3 rebounds per game. He is shooting .459 from three. He is one of the national leaders in both total steals and steals per game. He leads the conference in both categories.* Moter Deng is in the top 10 in the GSC in free throw percentage so far this season, shooting .805 from the line. He has scored 20 in a game five times this season and has registered three double-doubles.* Marvin Jones led the team in scoring at Mississippi College, dropping a total of 23 points. He is second on the squad with 13.5 points per game. He has scored in double figures in 13 of the 16 he has played in this season. Jones is also averaging 3.7 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Johnson relishing clash of ‘two footballing sides’

first_imgThe head coach has been preparing his side as they take on the Swans at the Liberty Stadium tomorrow (August 25th, 3pm).Swansea were relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season, in a division where they proved themselves as a quick, possession-based side.It’s a model Johnson uses in BS3 and he believes fans will be treated to seeing two footballing sides go head to head in Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship fixture.”It’s going to be a difficult game, like all Championship games, but one we feel will suit us,” the City head coach told”Swansea are a good footballing side and we think we are a good footballing side as well and we are looking to go there and implement ourselves and our style on them.”We will be buoyed by a big travelling crowd and the beamback as well so even though they won’t be there in person, the fans will be there in spirit.”That’s important as well because we continue to want to make a very good impression, particularly the new players and this is a new team and they need support. That’s why Tuesday night (3-0 win v QPR) was so fantastic because the crowd were exceptional.”I think we’re confident, I think we remain confident in the way we play. Of course we have got players coming back now and I feel we’re getting stronger.”Among those are striker Famara Diédhiou who becomes available for selection for the first time this season against Blackburn Rovers next Saturday. Centre-back Nathan Baker may return for the trip down the M4 to Swansea.WATCH: PRE-SWANSEA CITY AWAY PRESS CONFERENCElast_img read more

Successful 2018 MRFU season

first_imgMRFU Statement Season 2018 of Morobe rugby union has been described a success culminating with the 15s grand final tomorrow (Saturday) but precedes the inaugural Trans Coastal cup tournament. President of Morobe Rugby Football Union Winston Nenjipa remarked yesterday congratulating the four grand finalists in the premier division is defending champions Simtronix Unitech Reds versus Honibrooks Harlequins and Defence to meet Harlequins also defending the A Reserve title. MRFU President Nenjipa is satisfied that the second biggest union outside Port Moresby has reached the grand finals as scheduled and is as well manifesting for the first time that the NKW Group of Companies took out the gold and naming rights sponsorship of MRFU season 2018. Nenjipa said as well for the first time since the start of the season back in April talks have eventuated and continuing to announce by the end of this month the set dates for the inaugural Trans Coastal Cup challenge between the MRFU and the NCD Rugby Football Union. And whilst the anticipation is just a curve from reality pending the City versus Country select sides for the Morobe Hammerheads, foremost now at hand is to end the MRFU grand finale on a high. Nenjipa says for Saturday’s show down there are no better two sides to go up against each other than Reds hosting the Harlequins. Both the Reds and Harlequins coaches expressed a perfect ratio of equal opposing forces exerted from both sides in the forwards and backs. Reds Coach Roy Kini Yaki said his advantage would be during scrum while opposing coach Michael Muriki says Harlies will be depending on its forward to walkover Reds. Reds are defending a second consecutive shot at the title while Harlequins have a long history of Morobe rugby union with five premierships the last won in 2016. Harlequins club President Hirake Lokora says they have a mobile forward pack and a backline that will be up all day in the face of the Reds. “Having 80-90 % of ball possession and doing the right thing for the team to have the positive result. Regardless of experience or how big they are,” Lokora added. Meanwhile Defence play Harlequins at 1pm for the A reserve followed by Red vs. Harlies at 2.40pm for the main grand final at the Sir Ignatius Kilage stadium on Saturday. Nenjipa thanked the Telikom College administration for the up kept of the playing field throughout the season. He said the Country and City sides will be announced next week of which three teams will be selected to represent Morobe through the Morobe Hammerhead, the MRFU under 20s and the MRFU women side. The NCDRFU has confirmed preparations to send three teams to the inaugural Trans Coastal cup in Lae. The NKW MRFU 15 season started on 21st April rolling out two rounds of normal competition finishing off with the finals this coming Saturday.last_img read more

Borisov for Nikolay Shterev: Terrible loss of a young athlete!

first_imgPhoto: Dimitar Kyosemarliev, Minister Boyko Borissov has expressed condolences over the death of former wrestler Nikolai Shterev, who died of a coronavirus this morning.“God forgive Nikolay Shterev. Terrible loss of a young athlete. I express my sincerest condolences to his family and relatives,” the prime minister wrote on a social network. Shterev, 33, was admitted to hospital in a very serious condition, and doctors were unable to save him.Earlier today, the prime minister reiterated that the pandemic had not passed and expressed concern that people did not believe in the infection and that the measures were no longer being followed.For the last 24 hours, 234 new cases have been registered in Bulgaria, 7 people have lost the battle with the virus.Works on the publication: Veselina Yordanovalast_img read more

Vivo ‘out’ from IPL; The BCCI has issued an official…

first_imgMumbai: The BCCI has removed Chinese mobile operator Vivo from its position as sponsor of the Indian Premier League. The BCCI said in a statement. The day before yesterday, it was reported that the BCCI had decided to remove Vivo from the position of sponsor of the IPL. Following this, the BCCI issued an official statement.The BCCI has decided to cancel the participation of Vivo Mobile India Limited in the 2020 IPL, according to an official statement issued by the BCCI.In 2018, Vivo will become the sponsor of the IPL on a five-year contract. The contract is worth Rs 2190 crore. With three more years to go before the end of the contract, the BCCI has made a crucial decision. However, there are reports that Vivo has decided to hand over the contract for the remaining three years to Honor.The BCCI will call for tenders within two days to find a new sponsor in case Vivo is removed from the sponsorship position.last_img read more

Lumberjacks clinch USHL playoff spot with a 5-2 victory over Bloomington Thunder

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More fight needed from middle order, laments Reifer

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – West Indies head coach Floyd Reifer has urged the middle order to take more responsibility following yet another batting collapse which led to the home side’s 59-run defeat to India in the second One-Day International here Sunday. The Windies were 148 for three in the 28th over in pursuit of a revised target of 270 off 46 overs but lost their last seven wickets for 62 runs to be dismissed for 210 off 42 overs on a good surface at Queen’s Park Oval.Opener Evin Lewis top-scored with 65 while Nicholas Pooran, batting at number five, got 42 but no other batsman passed 20.Interim West Indies head coach, Floyd Reifer.“We’ve got to continue to learn from this experience. The guys in the middle order have to show a bit more fight and a bit more grit, more determination to build those long partnerships,” Reifer said. “Again, we were in front of the game [but] we just find a way to give away our wickets. It’s just a matter for us now to learn from our mistakes … and try to dig deeper and work out a way out we’re going to handle the stressful positions that we put ourselves in.”A pleasing aspect of the batting was the return to form of Lewis, who has struggled of recent. He struck an unbeaten 40 in the rain-abandoned first ODI in Guyana and again looked in good touch with his sixth one-day half-century.Reifer said behind the scenes the Trinidadian had been working hard to turn around his form. “He has been doing a lot of work in the nets. In the last couple of days we’ve worked on his head position, trying to get his head behind the line of the ball [and] hitting the ball more in the ‘V’ instead of falling over the wicket,” Reifer explained.“That’s something he was [aware] of and he worked on it for the last couple of days and you can see the results. He’s getting consistent with the bat and let’s hope he can go on and make a big hundred for us the next game.”West Indies would have been satisfied at the halfway stage of the contest after limiting the powerful India batting lineup to 279 for seven off their 50 overs. Capain Virat Kohli stroked 120 – his 42nd ODI hundred – while Shreyas Iyer struck 71, the pair posting 125 for the fourth wicket which proved the bedrock of the innings.Once they were separated, however, West Indies pegged back the Indians, with seamer Carlos Brathwaite leading the attack with three for 53.“I thought the bowlers bowled very well to restrict India … I thought it was a very good effort from the bowlers,” Reifer said. “Guys bowled lines and lengths, with variations of pace. I thought Carlos Brathwaite bowled really well, Roston Chase had a very good spell [and] all the other bowlers chipped in. [Sheldon] Cottrell again [was] a champion so I thought the bowling unit did well.“I thought the fielding was up to par as well. We can improve some more on the fielding but it’s an improvement and we’re doing better in that area. So I thought the bowlers bowled very well to keep India under 300.”West Indies take on India in the final ODI here tomorrow.last_img read more

AEW Dynamite defeats arch-rivals WWE NXT in Wednesday night TV ratings war

first_imgAlso Read l WWE RAW ratings take massive hit despite Rey Mysterio’s return, Asuka vs Bayley main eventImage Source: WWE, AEW – Twitter 1 month ago AEW Dynamite results: Chris Jericho and Jake Hager score wins; Cody defeats Eddie Kingston July 1, 2020, episode of WWE NXT drew 792,000 viewers with a 0.22 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 8, 2020, episode of WWE NXT drew 759,000 viewers with a 0.20 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 15, 2020, episode of WWE NXT drew 631,000 viewers with a 0.14 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 22, 2020, episode of WWE NXT drew 615,000 viewers with a 0.17 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 29, 2020, episode of WWE NXT drew 707,000 viewers with a 0.18 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 1, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite drew 748,000 viewers with a 0.29 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 8, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite drew 715,000 viewers with a 0.28 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 15, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite drew 788,000 viewers with a 0.29 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 22, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite drew 845,000 viewers with a 0.32 rating in the 18-49 demographic July 29, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite drew 773,000 viewers with a 0.30 rating in the 18-49 demographic 1 month ago WWE NXT results: Kross defeats Dijakovic; Lee relinquishes his North American title Will @DarbyAllin become your new AEW World Champion next week on Dynamite?Watch #AEWDynamite every Wednesday night on @TNTDrama 8e/7c or for our International fans. #AEWonTNT— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) July 31, 2020 AEW Dynamite beat WWE NXT to win the Wednesday night ratings war for the third consecutive week. According to Showbuzz Daily, AEW Dynamite drew around 773,000 viewers on TNT, while WWE NXT drew 707,000 viewers on USA Network. Tony Khan’s promotion ranked #57 in total viewership, while NXT ranked #60 in viewership. However, when compared to last week’s ratings, AEW Dynamite has seen a decrease in their viewership (845,000 viewers last week), while WWE NXT has seen an increase (615,000 viewers last week).  Also Read l WWE ratings: RAW ratings take massive hit despite McIntyre vs Ziggler, Asuka vs Banks segmentsThis week’s AEW Dynamite was headlined by a Tornado Tag Team Match where AEW World Champion Jon Moxley teamed up with Darby Allin to defeat Brian Cage and Ricky Starks. Apart from that the night also featured some entertaining matches like Cody vs Warhorse, Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs The Dark Order, and others, which could have helped in its win. WWE NXT, on the other hand, was headlined by a Triple-Threat match between Dexter Lumis, Timothy Thatcher and Finn Balor which was loved by many fans. 1 month ago WWE NXT Results: Keith Lee calls out Karrion Kross; Lumis defeats Thatcher and Balor FOLLOW US Adil Khan 1 month ago Io Shirai teams up with Tegan Nox to defeat Candice LeRae and Dakota Kai on WWE NXT COMMENTcenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 31st July, 2020 18:17 IST 1 month ago AEW Dynamite Results: Omega and Page retain their title; Allin and Moxley win too Written By Last Updated: 31st July, 2020 18:17 IST AEW Dynamite Defeats Arch-rivals WWE NXT In Wednesday Night TV Ratings War AEW Dynamite beat WWE NXT to win the Wednesday night ratings war for the third consecutive week. AEW Dynamite drew 773,000 viewers, while NXT drew 707,000. Also Read l WWE ratings: Vince finally opens up about poor viewership ratings of WWE shows since COVID-19WWE NXT Ratings: WWE NXT’s Viewership tracker (for the past month) Also Read l AJ Styles opines Roman Reigns’ return would be ‘big help’ for boosting WWE ratingsAEW Dynamite Ratings: AEW Dynamite’s Viewership tracker (for the past month) LIVE TV WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVElast_img read more