Following the initial shock from the referendum on Thursday in which Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, Harvard analysts worked to grasp the unfolding impact of the momentous decision on the United Kingdom, Europe, and the world, and they looked toward a changed future.“Britain was always a reluctant member of the EU, but it will continue to prosper,” predicted Peter Hall, Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies, by phone from London, where he has been throughout the referendum campaign. “As for the future of the European Union, nobody knows. European themselves don’t know.”The departure sanctioned by British voters — 52 percent opting to leave and 48 percent to remain — will mean the EU has 27 member states, which will continue to operate as a single market with free movement of people, capital, and goods. But Britain’s exit will shift the balance of power among those nations, and is likely to spawn withdrawal movements in some other EU countries.After Germany, Britain has the union’s second-largest economy, and although the financial impact on the EU remains to be seen, the political implications seem clearer. The Brexit vote took place against a backdrop of economic and migration crises that continue to rattle the continent and to fuel skepticism about EU policies.“The vote is damaging to the EU,” said Hall. “It will intensify the need that European leaders must already feel to find a new purpose, a new mission.”The Brexit vote reflects a divorce between the union and sizable segments of the European electorate, said Maya Jasanoff, Coolidge Professor of History and Harvard College Professor.“What the vote also shows is the gap between the central role that the EU plays in integrating European economies and other aspects of their political and civic lives and the popular understanding and commitment to the European project,” she said. “European leaders have failed to communicate the rationale for political integration to the electorate of the member states. The case of political integration has not been effectively made.”The vote also revealed a polarized Britain, with deep divisions rooted in values and economic status, a phenomenon that bears some resemblance to the political climate in the United States, said Hall.“London supported to ‘remain’ while many parts of the countryside voted to ‘leave,’ ” said Hall. “Large segments of the population feel left out of the prosperity associated with globalization and the EU, while others, especially in London, benefit from integration into an open global economy and are outward-looking.”Other divisions were on display across the United Kingdom. Scotland and Northern Ireland voted strongly in favor of remaining in the European Union, but were outvoted by England, where most of the electorate lives. In the wake of the Brexit vote, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that a second Scottish independence vote is likely.If Northern Ireland, whose economy has blossomed in part because of its open borders with Ireland, a devoted EU member, were also to seek independence, the United Kingdom could become a shell of itself, Hall said.In such a scenario, “Cameron will be considered the worst prime minister in the history of the United Kingdom,” he said.For now, European leaders face the task of dealing with the mounting pressure to solve the refugee crisis that was a driving force behind the emotional Brexit campaign.“Euro-skeptical parties on the radical right and left of the political spectrum have been encouraged by the British vote to demand similar referenda in their own countries,” Hall said. “But mainstream political leaders are anxious to prevent this. They can only do so if they retain power, and that will be their first priority. They can only do so if they can revive economic growth in Europe and limit the backlash against immigration. That will be very difficult to do.”
He specified that seizures in those two weeks totaled 1,571 kilos of cocaine hydrochloride, 267 kilos of cocaine base paste (CBP), and 186 kilos of marijuana. The police seized around eight tons of drugs in 3,862 operations from January to April, the anti-drug director of the Peruvian National Police (Dirandro), Walter Sánchez, told the press on April 23. At the same time, the police brought before the press 6 (5 of them foreigners) of the 28 ‘mules’ arrested at Jorge Chávez Airport between April 11 and 23 for trying to transport a total of 21 kilos of cocaine, in some cases having ingested it and in others with it hidden in their suitcases. “In only two weeks, police agents seized around 2,000 kilos of drugs and 12 tons of chemical raw materials, in operations carried out in different Peruvian cities,” he announced. By Dialogo April 26, 2012 “The fight against drugs is not stopping; it’s underway throughout the country,” General Sánchez specified upon displaying at Dirandro headquarters the substances seized in the last few weeks. Those presented at Dirandro headquarters were three Slovakians, one Russian woman, one Thai woman, and one Peruvian. He indicated that “in that period, the police succeeded in destroying 1,079 drug laboratories, and 72 pieces of real property and 125 vehicles used by drug traffickers were seized.”
Panelo reiterated that if PresidentDuterte would have his way, the chief executive would still push for a totalban on firecrackers. “Kungsi President masusunod, gusto niya total ban pero marami din nakikusap na i-regulate so siguro ‘yun muna,” Panelo said. (ABS-CBN News/PN) Firecracker-related injuries were down35 percent from Dec. 21 to early morning of Jan. 1 during the same comparableperiod leading to New Year’s Day 2019, the Department of Health (DOH) saidWednesday. Health Secretary Francisco Duque hadsaid that Duterte’s 2017 executive order limiting the use of firecrackers inthe country could be credited for the decrease, along with the informationcampaign of the DOH. MANILA – The downward trend on reportedfirework-related injuries shows the relative success of the government’s campaignagainst personal and residential use of firecrackers, Presidential SpokesmanSalvador Panelo said Thursday. “It should be relatively successfulgiven that there is a downtrend in injuries, 35 percent, malaki na ang 35 percent atwalang deaths ah, ‘yun ang significant dun,” Panelo said in a Palace press briefing. A boy injured from a fireworks accident is being treated at a hospital during New Year’s Eve celebrations. Firecracker-related injuries were down 35 percent from Dec. 21, 2019 to early morning of Jan. 1, 2020 during the same comparable period, says the Department of Health. MARK CRISTINO/EPA He, however, added thatfirecracker-related injuries may still be avoided in the future.
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Press Association Newspaper reports emerged on Monday suggesting there had been a falling out but the club have dismissed any speculation the former Manchester United star’s exit was anything out of the ordinary. Keane left Villa on Friday saying he could not juggle his role as Paul Lambert’s number two and his job as Republic of Ireland assistant manager. Aston Villa have rubbished claims Roy Keane had a bust-up with players before he quit the club last week. He had only joined in July, replacing Ian Culverhouse who was sacked at the end of last season following an internal club investigation. Keane said on Friday: “Ultimately, my roles with Villa and Ireland, and combining my commitment to these, has become too much. “It isn’t fair to either Villa or Ireland, so I’ve made this decision. I’d like to thank Paul for giving me a great opportunity to come to a brilliant football club. “I’ve really enjoyed my experiences at Villa and I wish the management team, the players, the supporters and the club nothing but the best going forward.” Ireland boss Martin O’Neill also said Keane needed a break after combining both roles since the summer. “He didn’t have any holiday – he went straight from international duty with us in America to the job at Aston Villa and eventually those things catch up with you, one side of Christmas or the other,” he told FAI TV. First team coach Scott Marshall is currently assisting Lambert. Villa drew 1-1 at Burnley on Saturday in the wake of Keane’s departure and go to Crystal Palace on Tuesday just two points above the Barclays Premier League relegation zone. They are winless in their last nine matches and are the lowest scorers in the top flight with seven goals from 13 games.
February 14, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditUC Riverside (14-12, 4-6) vs. Long Beach State (8-17, 3-6)The Walter Pyramid, Long Beach, California; Saturday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: UC Riverside goes for the season sweep over Long Beach State after winning the previous matchup in Riverside. The teams last played each other on Jan. 30, when the Highlanders shot 50 percent from the field while limiting Long Beach State’s shooters to just 41.1 percent en route to the eight-point victory. Associated Press UC Riverside looks to sweep Long Beach St. SUPER SENIORS: UC Riverside has benefited heavily from its seniors. Callum McRae, Arinze Chidom, Khyber Kabellis and Dominick Pickett have collectively accounted for 45 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 71 percent of all Highlanders points over the team’s last five games.CLAMPING DOWN: The Beach have allowed just 73.2 points per game across nine conference games, an improvement from the 80.9 per game they allowed in non-conference play.CLUTCH CHANCE: Chance Hunter has connected on 44.3 percent of the 115 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 8 of 16 over his last three games. He’s also made 60 percent of his foul shots this season.SLIPPING AT 66: Long Beach State is 0-16 this year when it allows 66 points or more and 8-1 when holding opponents to fewer than 66.UNDEFEATED WHEN: The Beach are 6-0 when they hold opposing teams to 62 points or fewer and 2-17 when opponents exceed 62 points. The Highlanders are 6-0 when at least four of their players score in double-figures and 8-12 on the year otherwise.DID YOU KNOW: The UC Riverside defense has allowed only 61.5 points per game to opponents, which is the 16th-lowest figure in the country. The Long Beach State offense has produced just 67.4 points through 25 games (ranked 249th among Division I teams). ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas has forcefully objected to charges that its storied men’s basketball and its football programs had committed significant violations tied primarily to recruiting.The school let its objections be known in nearly 300 pages of documents it issued as a formal response to the NCAA’s notice of allegations Thursday night.Kansas claims several facts involving Bill Self’s basketball program are in dispute, including charges that Kansas lacked institutional control and its Hall of Fame coach and his assistant, Kurtis Townsend, had committed a series of high-level violations.The NCAA issued last September its original notice of allegations which included five violations for men’s basketball and two lesser ones for football. The basketball violations are all Level 1, the most severe.NHL-SCHEDULE McIlroy’s 66 came during morning play. He hasn’t finished out of the top 10 in any tournament since September.Talor Gooch and Scottie Scheffler share third at minus-5.WORLD CUP-SHIFFRIN’S RETURNShiffrin returns to World Cup ski circuit amid family griefVAIL, Colo. (AP) — Mikaela Shiffrin is returning to the World Cup ski circuit in Europe, although she might not be ready to race after a month-long absence following the death of her father. Aztecs reach MWC semisUNDATED (AP) — Fifth-ranked San Diego State has reached the Mountain West Conference semifinals after surviving a tough test from Air Force.Jordan Schakel scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half as the Aztecs rallied for a 73-60 win over the Falcons. Air Force led 44-39 until Schakel hit back-to-back 3s to give San Diego State its first lead since early in the first half. The long-range buckets ignited a 21-3 run that sent the Aztecs to their 13th consecutive victory.Yanni Wetzell and Malachi Flynn had 16 points each as San Diego State improved to 29-1 overall this season.In other top-25 finals: — Jerry Koosman’s No. 36 is being retired by the Mets, more than four decades after he threw his final pitch for the team. Koosman will be honored before the June 13 game against Washington. Koosman was runner-up for the 1968 NL Rookie of the Year and won 21 games for the 1976 Mets. His five-hitter beat Baltimore in the 1969 World Series for the Mets’ first title.NFL-49ERS-SIGNINGSNiners pick up options on Juszczyk, WilliamsSANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers exercised contract options Thursday to keep fullback Kyle Juszczyk (YOO’-chehk) and slot cornerback K’Waun Williams on the team for the 2020 season.Juszczyk is a valuable part of San Francisco’s offense as a blocker and receiver out of the backfield. He will earn more than $5 million in the final season of a four-year contract he signed in 2017. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-WARRIORS-CURRYCurry to play for Warriors tonightSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Golden State Warriors fans are enjoying some good news for a change. Nuggets outlast HornetsUNDATED (AP) — The Denver Nuggets needed a late rally to knock off the Hornets in Charlotte.Jamal Murray capped his 18-point performance by draining a running, off-balance 13-footer from the baseline with 5.1 seconds left to give the Nuggets a 114-112 win over the Hornets. Nikola Jokic (nee-KOH’-lah YOH’-kihch) added 14 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists for Denver, which trailed by eight in the fourth quarter before winning for the fourth time in eight games.The Nuggets entered the night one game behind the Clippers for the second seed in the NBA’s Western Conference.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULE The union says every player who was a dues-paying member during the 2019 season was sent a ballot. Votes will be confidential and received by an independent auditor.PGA-PALMER INVITATIONALEvery leads Palmer by 1 over McIlroyORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Matt Every owns a share of the first-round lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, one shot ahead of world No. 1 Rory McIlroy.The 309th-ranked Every played in the tough afternoon wind while firing a 7-under 65. Not only was it Every’s lowest round at Bay Hill, it was 20 shots better than his last round six days ago in the Honda Classic. Flyers grab share of 1st when Caps lose in OTUNDATED (AP) — The Philadelphia Flyers have moved into a first-place tie with Washington in the NHL’s Metropolitan Division, with the Pittsburgh Penguins climbing within three points of the lead.The Caps lost their division lead when Mika Zibanejad (MEE’-kuh zioh-BAN’-eh-jad) scored his career-high fifth goal of the night, beating Ilya Samsonov (sam-DOH’-nahv) at 33 seconds of overtime to send the Rangers past Washington, 6-5. Zibanejad is the first Ranger to score five times in a game since Mark Pavelich in February 1983.Artemi Panarin (ahr-TEH’-mee pah-NAH’-rihn) had three assists for the Blueshirts, who are just a point behind the Islanders for the second Eastern Conference wild-card.The Capitals lost for the ninth time in 13 games despite Alex Ovechkin’s (oh-VEHCH’-kihnz) two goals. — No. 19 Ohio State prevented Illinois from moving into a four-way tie for the Big Ten lead by downing the 23rd-rated Illini, 71-63. Kaleb Wesson furnished 19 points in the Buckeyes’ fourth straight win, while teammate E.J. Liddell tied a career high with 17 points and had 11 rebounds.— Christian Vital had 26 points and James Bouknight had 17 as UConn notched its fourth straight win, 77-71 against No. 21 Houston.— No. 25 Michigan blew out Nebraska, 82-58 as Jon Teske scored 12 points and Zavier Simpson added 11 in their home finale. Isaiah Livers had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Wolverines.COLLEGE ATHLETICS-KANSAS-NCAAKansas denies NCAA accusations With Sale’s season in doubt, the Red Sox and right-hander Collin McHugh have worked out a one-year contract worth a guaranteed $600,000, a deal that allows him to earn up to $4.25 million. The 32-year-old McHugh was 4-5 with a 4.70 ERA in 35 appearances for the Astros last season, working primarily out of the bullpen. He was a 19-game winner in 2015, but he’s won just 15 games over the last three seasons.In other MLB news:— The White Sox have agreed to a five-year, $70 million contract with Yoán Moncada, a deal that includes a $25 million club option for 2025 that would make the agreement worth $90 million for six seasons. The White Sox acquired the 24-year-old Moncada in the December 2016 trade that sent Chris Sale to the Red Sox. The third baseman broke out last season by setting career highs with a .315 batting average, 25 homers and 79 RBIs.— Aaron Judge hasn’t given up on being ready for the Yankees’ opener at Baltimore on March 26, but still doesn’t know the cause of soreness in his right pectoral muscle and shoulder. The star right fielder has undergone more than half a dozen tests, and more are scheduled. Judge stopped workouts about a week before spring training after experiencing soreness while swinging. Then he felt soreness on Feb. 28 while hitting in an indoor cage for the second consecutive day.— The Cubs have scratched pitcher Yu Darvish and second baseman Jason Kipnis because of illness. In a series of tweets in Japanese, Darvish said he had a cough yesterday and expressed reluctance about entering the clubhouse amid the coronavirus outbreak. He posted that he didn’t have a fever or the flu. Theo Epstein, the president of baseball operations for the Cubs, said he didn’t have “full information right now,” but said it was his understanding Darvish had a daily illness and should be fine by tomorrow. The American skier announced in a video posted on Instagram that she is flying to Scandinavia on Thursday. A three-race meet starts one week later in Are, Sweden.Shiffrin last raced on Jan. 26 when she won a super-G in Bansko, Bulgaria.UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-DOCTORAbuse allegations, calls for state inquiry build in MichiganYPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — More men have come forward with allegations of sexual abuse by a late doctor at the University of Michigan in lawsuits and personal statements. Williams will be paid more than $2 million next season as a key part of the defense that helped the Niners reach the Super Bowl this year.NFL-CBACBA ballots set to playersUNDATED (AP) — The NFL Players Association has sent ballots to members for voting on the proposed collective bargaining agreementThe NFLPA announced that votes would be accepted through March 12 at one minute before midnight. The more than 2,000 members will have a window of about 7 1/2 days to examine the 439-page document and cast a yes or no vote. Ratification requires a simple majority based on the number of returned ballots. MLB-NEWSSale has a flexor strain, leading Bosox to get McHughUNDATED (AP) — Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale has a flexor strain near his left elbow and will not be scheduled for Tommy John surgery — for now.The 30-year-old left-hander felt discomfort in his pitching elbow Monday, a day after throwing his first batting practice of spring training. He had an MRI that was reviewed by team physicians and elbow specialists.Sale’s ulnar collateral ligament was treated with a platelet-rich plasma injection last Aug. 19 and did not sustain additional damage. March 5, 2020 The new allegations include three former athletes who filed lawsuits against the school alleging that Dr. Robert Anderson sexually assaulted them while the men were members of the football and hockey teams in the 1980s. At a separate news conference, two men said Anderson sexually assaulted them during medical exams. Update on the latest sports — Craig Anderson turned back 37 shots as the Senators handed the Islanders their fifth consecutive loss, 4-3. Anthony Duclair’s 23rd goal of the season broke a 2-2 deadlock late in the second period.NHL-HURRICANES-PESCEPesce has surgeryRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes have announced that defenseman Brett Pesce (PEH’-shee) had surgery on his right shoulder with a recovery time estimated at 4-6 months.The 25-year-old Pesce had four goals and 18 points in 61 games this season. He was hurt in the second period of the Hurricanes’ win at Toronto on Feb. 22. Stephen Curry is playing tonight against the Toronto Raptors, one day after being medically cleared. The two-time NBA MVP missed 58 games after breaking his left hand Oct. 30 versus Phoenix.Curry has played just four games this season, averaging 20.3 points, 6.5 assists and five rebounds. He rejoins a team that owns the league’s worst record at 14-48, one season after advancing to the NBA Finals for the fifth consecutive year.The Warriors’ magic number for playoff elimination is four with 20 games remaining.Curry still plans to play in the Tokyo Olympics this summer.NBA-SCHEDULE The Flyers picked up their eighth straight win as Carter Hart turned back 28 shots in a 4-1 decision over the Hurricanes. Ivan Provorov (PROH’-vah-rahv), Michael Raffl (RA’-ful), Nicolas Aube-Kubel (oh-BAY’ koo-BEHL’) and Sean Couturier (koo-TOOR’-ee-ay) scored for the Flyers, who are 24-5-4 at home.Patric Hornqvist scored twice and the Penguins inched closer to the Metropolitan lead with a 4-2 win at Buffalo. Sidney Crosby and Marcus Pettersson also scored as Pittsburgh won its second straight since a six-game slide.Elsewhere on NHL ice:— The Bruins continue to lead the Atlantic Division by nine points over the Lightning after Torey Krug (kroog) scored 4:08 into overtime to send Boston past the Panthers, 2-1. Jaroslav Halak (YAH’-roh-slahv hah-LAHK’) stopped 32 shots in the Bruins’ fourth straight win.— Tampa Bay won for just the second time in seven games as Andrei Vasilevskiy (va-sih-LEHV’-skee) posted his 21st career shutout by stopping 32 shots in a 4-0 win over the Canadiens. Victor Hedman scored twice and Nikita Kucherov (KOO’-cheh-rahv) added a goal and an assist for the Lightning. Associated Press
Roberto Di Matteo praised Chelsea’s players after their FA Cup win against Birmingham, but insisted securing a top-four finish remains their top priority.The 2-0 victory at St Andrews was a promising start to Di Matteo’s spell as interim boss and set up a quarter-final clash with Leicester.But with Chelsea fifth in the table, the former Italy midfielder’s main task is to make sure the club qualify for next term’s Champions League.AdChoices广告He said: “We have to play in the Champions League next season. For us it’s vital to finish fourth, and that is our target.“Only time will tell how difficult or easy that will be. We don’t like where we are in the table and it’ll be very tough to achieve what we want to achieve.“But we have good players and we have a duty to try. We have to try to get the best out of these players.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
– Over $600,000 in Prize money up for grabsBEVERAGE giant Ansa McAl has once again thrown its weight behind the youths and sports in Guyana; this time through the sponsorship of the 592 Lager Beer brand which will power the inaugural ‘592 Street Kings’ street football tournament.The tournament, which was officially launched yesterday at the recently opened Jamrock Café (Jamaican Cuisine) on Church Street, will see 16 of Georgetown’s best street-ball teams vie for some $675,000 in cash.Team representatives pose for a photo opportunity at the launch of the ‘592 Street Kings’ Tournament.At the launch, 592 Brand Manager, Seweon McGarrell, pointed out that his collaboration with the organiser of the tournament is all about providing a platform for the youth of the various communities in and around Georgetown to showcase their talent and earn while doing so.The tournament will pit some of Guyana’s top street ball teams against up and coming outfits in a mixture of experience versus youth.Although in its inaugural stage, an overwhelming response from the various communities of Georgetown has been received; however, plans are in the pipeline for the tournament to be taken countrywide with the next zone more than likely slated for Essequibo.The tournament will be played across three nights (September 7, 14, 21) and fans will witness 19 high-octane matches.The opening night (September 7) will be staged at the Berlin Tarmac (Drysdale and High Streets) while the second night (September 14) will be played at the Burnham Court on Carmichael and Middle Streets. The final venue will be announced following the first two match days.It will be a straight knockout competition with eight games on night one. The eight winners will advance to the quarter-finals on night two. The winners of the quarter-finals will then advance to the semi-finals which will be played on the same night while the losers will be eligible for the Plate section.On the final night, fans will see the semi-finals and final of the ‘Plate Section’ along with the third-place playoff and final.Among the teams that will be aiming for the 592 crown are Sparta Boss, Gold is Money, Tiger Bay-A, Tiger Bay-B, Albouystown, Alexander Village, Back-Circle, Broad Street, LA Ballers, Future Stars, John Street, Melanie, Diamond Upsetters, Stabroek Ballers and Leopold Street.At the tournament, patrons will have a chance to win prizes and 592 merchandise.The ‘592 Street Kings’ of 2019 will pocket $300,000 while the runners-up will collect $150,000. The third-place finishers will grab $100,000 while fourth-placers will receive $75,000 and the winners of the ‘Plate’ section will collect $50,000.
Group C: France, Australia, Peru, DenmarkGroping D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, NigeriaGroup E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, SerbiaGroup F: Germany, Sweden, Mexico, South KoreaGroup G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, EnglandGroup H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, JapanShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UruguayGroup B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran