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AGO arrests prosecutor Pinangki for alleged corruption in connection with Djoko Tjandra

first_imgTopics : Djoko, a convict in the high-profile Bank Bali corruption case, was arrested in Malaysia on July 30 in a planned operation by the National Police.He was previously at large for 11 years after fleeing Indonesia a day before the Supreme Court sentenced him to two years in prison and ordered him to pay Rp 546 billion (US$54 million) in restitution.The National Police had also removed three high-ranking officials from their posts for aiding Djoko Tjandra while on the run, including Brig. Gen. Prasetyo Utomo for allegedly issuing a travel letter for Djoko.Responding to Pinangki’s arrest, Indonesian Anti-Corruption Community (MAKI) coordinator Boyamin Saiman said the case saddened him because as a law enforcement official, Pinangki did not set a good example to the public.“We hope the AGO can develop this case and find the parties who provided the funds and promises to Pinangki,” Boyamin said in a video release. (syk) Hari said investigators arrested Pinangki at her residence and the suspect was cooperative during the arrest.“For the time being, she is being detained at the AGO’s Salemba Detention Center. Later, she will be transferred to a women’s detention center in Pondok Bambu [in East Jakarta],” he said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.Read also: AGO looks into possible crimes in prosecutor’s alleged meetings with Djoko Tjandra abroadDeputy Attorney General Setia Untung Arimuladi had removed Pinangki from her post as an official in the planning bureau under the AGO’s junior attorney general for development.center_img The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has arrested prosecutor Pinangki Sirna Malasari for allegedly accepting bribes in connection with graft convict Djoko Tjandra, who was arrested late last month after being on the run for years.Investigators at the AGO’s junior attorney for special crimes (Jampidsus) made the arrest on Tuesday night after naming Pinangki a suspect in a bribery case. AGO spokesman Hari Setiyono said that Pinangki had allegedly accepted about US$500,000 in bribes, but did not specify who she got it from.The AGO’s supervisory unit previously said that Pinangki had committed an ethics violation by going on nine international trips to Singapore and Malaysia in 2019 without permission, allegedly to meet with Djoko, who was still at large at the time.last_img read more

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UEFA suspends Champions League and Europa League fixtures

first_imgUEFA suspends Champions League and Europa League fixtures Comment Advertisement UEFA has suspended next week’s Champions League fixtures (Getty Images)UEFA has suspended next week’s Champions League and Europa League fixtures.Manchester City’s match against Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium had already been postponed along with Juventus’ second leg against Lyon in Turin.But UEFA has now taken the decision to halt all games that were due to be played next week.Barcelona were due to host Napoli at Camp Nou, while Chelsea were set to travel to face Bayern Munich on Wednesday.ADVERTISEMENTMeanwhile in the Europa League, eight fixtures were scheduled to be played next Thursday, including Manchester United vs LASK and Wolves vs Olympiacos. Metro Sport ReporterFriday 13 Mar 2020 10:12 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2kShares Advertisement Manchester United’s return fixture against LASK next week has been postponed (Getty Images)UEFA has also confirmed that next week’s draws for the Champions League and Europa League quarter-finals have been cancelled.AdvertisementAdvertisementA statement from UEFA read: ‘In the light of developments due to the spread of COVID-19 in Europe and related decisions made by different governments, all UEFA club competitions matches scheduled next week are postponed.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors‘This includes the remaining UEFA Champions League, Round of 16 second leg matches scheduled on 17 and 18 March 2020; all UEFA Europa League, Round of 16 second leg matches scheduled on 19 March 2020; all UEFA Youth League, quarter-final matches scheduled on 17 and 18 March 2020.‘Further decisions on when these matches take place will be communicated in due course.‘As a consequence of the postponements, the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League quarter-final draws scheduled for 20 March have also been postponed.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.More: FootballChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar Solskjaerlast_img read more

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El Gobernador Wolf anuncia 10 sitios más de realización de pruebas en áreas con acceso limitado

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf anuncia 10 sitios más de realización de pruebas en áreas con acceso limitado June 15, 2020center_img Español,  Press Release,  Public Health En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció que a partir del miércoles 17 de junio, se abrirán nueve sitios más que realizan pruebas de COVID-19 sin bajarse del automóvil en los estacionamientos de Walmart en todo el estado, lo que eleva a 19 el total de sitios en las ubicaciones de Walmart. Quest Diagnostics y Walmart están trabajando con el departamento para proporcionar pruebas sin costo a los residentes que viven en áreas donde hay menos sitios que realizan pruebas. También se ha sumado otro sitio de realización de pruebas en el condado de Venango, que previamente solo tenía un sitio, lo que eleva a 10 el total de nuevos sitios de realización de pruebas.“Continuamos agregando sitios que realizan pruebas en lugares que resulten convenientes a los residentes de Pennsylvania y aumentamos la capacidad del estado de realizar pruebas”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “No queremos que ningún residente de Pennsylvania que necesite una prueba tenga dificultades para encontrar un sitio cerca de su casa que realice pruebas gratuitas”.“Apreciamos el trabajo arduo que realizan los sistemas médicos, las farmacias, los Centros Médicos con Calificación Federal (FQHC, por sus siglas en inglés), las clínicas médicas y otras entidades que realizan pruebas de COVID-19 en todo Pennsylvania”, dijo la Secretaria de Salud, Dra. Rachel Levine. “Cuando establecimos nuestra estrategia de pruebas, queríamos que las pruebas fueran accesibles, adaptables y que estuvieran disponibles y estamos trabajando para cumplir ese desafío. Toda persona que crea que tenga síntomas de COVID-19 puede hacerse la prueba hoy en Pennsylvania”.A partir del 17 de junio, estos sitios estarán abiertos los lunes, miércoles y viernes de 7:00 a.m. a 9:00 a.m. para evaluar hasta 50 pacientes registrados cada día. Se requiere el registro con un día de anticipación. No se realizan pruebas de COVID-19 dentro de las tiendas Walmart o los Centros de servicios al paciente de Quest Diagnostics.Los sitios de realización de pruebas que abrirán el miércoles incluyen:Estacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 1887 Elmira St, Sayre, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 1665 N Atherton St, State College, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 108 Washington Towne Blvd N, Edinboro, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 2501 W State St, New Castle, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 1566 W Main Street Ext, Grove City, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 9300 State Route 61, Coal Township, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 980 N Susquehanna Trail, Selinsgrove, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 120 AJK Blvd, Lewisburg, PAEstacionamiento de Walmart Supercenter, 1169 South Main St, Mansfield, PA“Luego de la prueba, tiene la obligación de regresar a casa y aislarse”, dijo la Dra. Levine. “Si los síntomas se presentan o agravan mientras espera los resultados de su prueba, hable con su médico. Si sufre una emergencia médica, busque atención inmediata”.Las personas que se registran serán notificadas de un sitio de prueba dentro de un radio de 50 millas de su vivienda y los horarios disponibles. Los pacientes agendarán un horario para las pruebas, imprimirán un comprobante y llevarán el comprobante al sitio al momento de realizarles las pruebas. Los pacientes recibirán un correo electrónico con los resultados de su prueba dentro de las 24-48 horas, y los médicos llamarán a los pacientes que tengan resultado positivo.Además de estos sitios de realización de pruebas, UPMC Northwest abrió un sitio que realiza pruebas de COVID-19 en el condado de Venango, donde actualmente solo hay otro sitio más. El nuevo sitio está ubicado en 1671 Allegheny Blvd, Reno, PA, y está abierto cada semana, de martes a viernes de 11:30 a.m. a 3:00 p.m., únicamente con cita previa. Para programar una visita en este lugar, llame al 1-833-559-7680.Las pruebas son accesibles para los residentes de Pennsylvania mediante el trabajo de varias entidades. Como Rite Aid, CVS, Patient First, Walmart y otros ofrecen pruebas para personas sintomáticas y asintomáticas, ha permitido además que los residentes de Pennsylvania se realicen las pruebas cerca de sus hogares. Agregar estos sitios a los que ya ofrecen los hospitales, sistemas médicos, FQHC, clínicas médicas y otras ubicaciones amplía significativamente la red de pruebas en el estado.Se puede encontrar más información sobre estos y otros sitios que realizan pruebas, incluido un mapa de los sitios disponibles en Pennsylvania, en el sitio de Internet del departamento.El plan de realización de pruebas del departamento sigue siendo adaptable. Esto incluye los esfuerzos para garantizar que todos aquellos en un centro de cuidado prolongado puedan realizarse la prueba, trabajar para garantizar que los condados que actualmente no tienen sitios que realicen las pruebas puedan realizarlas, y otros esfuerzos basados en la ciencia y en los datos más recientes relacionados con la COVID-19.Los síntomas de la COVID-19 pueden incluir:FiebreTosFalta de aliento o dificultad para respirarDiarreaEscalofríosTemblores recurrentes con escalofríosDolor muscularDolor de cabezaDolor de gargantaNueva pérdida del sabor u olfatoLos síntomas pueden aparecer en tan solo dos días o hasta 14 días luego de la exposición. Los casos de enfermedad reportados han variado desde personas que presentan pocos síntomas o ningún síntoma hasta personas gravemente enfermas y moribundas.Hasta las 12:00 a.m. del 14 de junio, se registraron 78,798 casos positivos de COVID-19 en todo el estado en 67 condados y un total de 6,215 muertes confirmadas. La mayoría de los pacientes hospitalizados tienen 65 años o más, y la mayoría de las muertes se han producido en pacientes de 65 años en adelante. Encuentre más información disponible aquí.Para obtener la información más reciente para personas, familias, empresas y escuelas, visite “Respuesta a la COVID-19” (Responding to COVID-19) en pa.gov.La Administración Wolf destaca el papel que juegan los residentes de Pennsylvania para ayudar a reducir la propagación de la COVID-19:Lávese las manos con agua y jabón durante al menos 20 segundos o use desinfectante para manos si no dispone de agua y jabón.Cubra la tos o estornudo con el pliegue del codo, no con las manos.Limpie las superficies con frecuencia.Quédese en casa para evitar propagar la COVID-19, especialmente si no se encuentra bien.Si tiene que salir por un motivo de soporte vital, use una máscara.Enlaces actualizados sobre el coronavirus: Comunicados de prensa, fotos del laboratorio estatal, gráficosInforme diario sobre la COVID-19Comunicados de prensa sobre el coronavirusÚltima información sobre el coronavirusotos del laboratorio del estado en Exton (para descargar y usar)Coronavirus y gráficos de preparación (ubicado en la parte inferior de la página)Preparación de la comunidad y materiales sobre procedimientosMapa con el número de casos de COVID-19Se alienta a todos los residentes de Pennsylvania a inscribirse en AlertPA, un sistema de notificación por mensajes de texto sobre la salud, el clima y otras alertas importantes como las actualizaciones sobre la COVID-19 de las agencias estatales. Los residentes pueden registrarse en Internet en www.ready.pa.gov/BeInformed/Signup-For-Alerts.View this information in English.last_img read more

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Mirror TVs are creating a buzz in the interior design industry

first_imgCustom-built Mirror TVs from Electronic Living are gaining traction with interior designers and architects. See them at The Home Show, proudly supported by The Sunday Mail, running from September 8-10 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.INTERIOR designers are jumping on board new technology that turns your television into a stylish mirror.Electronic Living managing director Damian Cavanagh said the Mirror TV was penetrating the high end market, but due to manufacturing now being done on home soil the mid-range market was also starting to adopt the new trend.“The cost five years ago of Mirror TVs was exponentially greater, we imported the entire product from Germany, which was very expensive,” he said.The company now imports the glass from Europe but manufactures the rest of the product in Australia.“Basically it’s a conventional LED TV and then we custom build the frame and mirror over it,” he said.The technology allows the TV to be hidden behind reflective glass, as you turn the TV on the mirror becomes clear.The assembly time is around two weeks from order and the cost starts at around $4,500 for a 32 inch television, including the mirror.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoCustom-built Mirror TVs from Electronic Living.Mr Cavanagh said the Mirror TVs were gaining in popularity because as TVs had become thinner, people had been buying larger models.“So it’s taking up a larger surface area on your wall and people are investing a good amount of money in interior design, so they don’t want the TV to be the dominant feature in the room,” he said.“Architects and designers are in love with it, but end consumers probably haven’t been exposed to it enough yet.“It’s also a great way to display family photos or digital artwork and is good for bedrooms, kitchen splashbacks and bathrooms as well.”Mr Cavanagh said the alternate concealing options were a TV motorised to come out of a cupboard or down from the ceiling, but both options were more expensive than the mirror.“A lot of people are building feature piece fireplace’s in their living spaces, so putting the Mirror TV above the mantel provides a nice mirror look,” he said.Electronic Living specialise in custom technology solutions for homes, with their aim to create a functional smart home, with the technology hidden away.Electronic Living will be exhibiting at The Home Show. The Home Show, proudly supported by The Sunday Mail, runs from September 8 — 10 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.last_img read more

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Maggie Barry: Dignified death, yes, but check the detail

first_imgNZ Herald 27 May 2018Family First Comment: “I do not want New Zealand to become a country where vulnerable dementia sufferers or disabled people are not valued and become even more susceptible to pressure from society to end their lives prematurely. I share in the concerns of Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero, who said the bill “undermines the position of disabled and vulnerable members of our community. It devalues their lives and poses significant risk to them.””www.protect.org.nzAs deputy chairwoman of the justice select committee, I’ve been listening to some very well considered submissions on the controversial euthanasia and assisted suicide bill before Parliament.There were 36,000 individuals and groups who wrote to Parliament with their views on the End of Life Choice Bill. Ten per cent have indicated that they would like to be heard in person, which the committee has promised to do.So we have extended the reporting deadline from September to next March. While I will listen attentively and respectfully to everyone’s viewpoint, I remain concerned at the lack of adequate safeguards to protect our most vulnerable.A troubling aspect emerging from the public discussions is the large number of people who say they are in favour of the bill but who admit that they have not actually read it, claiming they don’t care about the detail, they just want to have the option.Have you ever heard of anyone who did not want to die with dignity or be treated with compassion? Rather than being lulled by the wording around this poorly drafted bill, I’ve been urging people to delve deeper – it’s vital to know the details when stakes are so high and protections for the vulnerable so low.Many incorrectly assume the law only applies to the terminally ill, but it would actually licence doctors to end the life of anyone with a “grievous, irremediable condition”.That vague phrase is not an accepted medical or legal one and leaves the door open for coercion and abuse, and could potentially extend to include people with long-term conditions such as arthritis, dementia and diabetes as it has in other countries that have opened the door to euthanasia.READ MORE: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/health/news/article.cfm?c_id=204&objectid=12059324Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

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Egypt’s Tourism Sector taps into Chinese Market

first_imgEgypt is working hard to attract Chinese tourists. Several conferences and events were organised to facilitate the procedures to send Chinese to Egypt. CCTV’s Yasser Hakim highlights Egypt’s efforts to increase its share of the chinese marketlast_img

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Dave Bruney’s appointment challenged by cabinet ministers.

first_img Sharing is caring! 26 Views   no discussions Share Share Tweetcenter_img LocalNews Dave Bruney’s appointment challenged by cabinet ministers. by: – April 8, 2011 Share Photo credit: GIS NewsMembers of the Cabinet of the Commonwealth of Dominica have commenced a legal challenge to the appointment and swearing in of Mr. Dave Bruney as member of the Integrity in Public Office.In their letter dated 8th April, 2011 through their attorneys, the appointment has been categorized as a “blatant, grave and serious threat to the purpopse, integrity and impartiality of the commission.”In giving reasons for the challenge, Attorney Alick Lawrence on behalf of the Cabinet of Ministers indicated; “Mr. Bruney does not and cannot meet the statutory criteria and requirements of section 4 (3) of the Integrity in Public Office Act 6 of 2003. Simply put he is not a person of high public standing”Secondly Mr. Bruney’s appointment “concerns section 5 (d) of the Integrity in Public Office Act 6 of 2003. As recently as April, 2011 Mr. Bruney and the United Workers Party represented to the world that Mr. Bruney was the Media Coordinator of the United Workers Party.”The attorney for the Cabinet of Ministers threatened that they “will seek injunctive relief to prevent Mr. Dave Bruney from acting as a Member or having access to confidential records, information or documents.”Click here to read the documents issued: Letter to the President re. Dave Bruney-1 , Letter to the Chairman Integrity Commission re. Dave Bruney-1Dominca Vibes News will bring you updates as the story unfolds.last_img read more

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Haiti cholera victims demand UN compensation

first_img Sharing is caring! 8 Views   no discussions Share NewsRegional Haiti cholera victims demand UN compensation by: – November 9, 2011 Tweetcenter_img Share Share Before the 2010 outbreak, Haiti had been cholera-free for nearly a century.The UN is facing claims for hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation from Haitian cholera victims. Several studies have found that cholera was probably brought to Haiti by UN peacekeepers from Nepal. The US-based Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti filed the demand on behalf of some 5,000 victims. It says the UN mission in Haiti failed to screen peacekeepers for cholera and allowed untreated waste from a UN base to be dumped into the main river. It also says the UN mission failed to respond adequately to the outbreak. The demand would be looked at by the “relevant parts of the UN system”, spokesman Martin Nesirsky said. The UN was working “to do everything possible to bring the spread of cholera under control, to treat and support those affected by cholera and ultimately to eradicate cholera from Haiti,” he said. More than 6,500 Haitians have died of cholera since the outbreak began in October 2010, according to the Haitian Ministry of Health, and nearly 500,000 have been made ill. ‘Public apology’The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) – a Boston-based human rights group – is demanding $50,000 (£31,000) in compensation for each sick person and $100,000 (£62,000) for each death. As well as individual damages, it also wants a public apology and an adequate nationwide response – including medical care, clean water and sanitation infrastructure. The group says it is prepared to go to court in Haiti or the US if the UN does not respond. “It is time for the UN to step up and do the right thing,” IJDH director Brian Concannon said. “The majority of our petition’s facts come from UN reports. The UN developed much of the law we cite,” he said. “Our clients are challenging the institution to act consistently with what it knows to be true and just”.A UN report on Haiti’s cholera epidemic – drawn up by by independent experts and published in May – found that the outbreak was the result of a “confluence of circumstances” rather than the fault of a group or individual. But it strongly suggested that the disease was introduced by UN peacekeepers from Nepal living on a base where poor sanitary conditions allowed human waste to enter the Artibonite river system. A report by the US Center for Disease Control also linked the outbreak to Nepalese troops. The cholera epidemic provoked widespread demonstrations against the UN mission, which has been in Haiti since 2004.Haitians have little natural resistance to cholera, and the waterborne disease spread rapidly in a country whose already poor infrastructure was shattered by the January 2010 earthquake. BBC Newslast_img read more

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Dog rabies vaccination coverage low; prov’l vet warns of higher rabies risk

first_imgRabies, while fatal, is preventablewith vaccination, stressed Dr. Marie Jocelyn Te, also of DOH-6’s RabiesPrevention and Control Program. For this year, the region’s requiredtotal number of vials of human vaccine is 149,408 or 37,352 vials per quarter.However, said Mardoquio, the region only got 29,084 vials (27,000 from theDOH central office and 2,000 purchased by its regional office).  On top of the rabies vaccine supplyfrom BAI, said Tabuada, said the provincial government purchased 1,300 vialsgood for 13,000 dogs. “The 20 percent is equivalent to52,945 dogs out of the 258,403 total dog population of the province,” saidTabuada. As the disease progresses, morespecific symptoms appear and may include insomnia, anxiety, confusion, slightor partial paralysis, excitation, hallucinations, agitation, salivation,difficulty in swallowing, and hydrophobia (fear of water). The rabies virus primarily affects thecentral nervous system. The early symptoms of rabies in people are similar tothose of many other infection — fever, headache, and general weakness ordiscomfort. “If thereare many rabid dogs, the chances of them biting humans arehigh.Ginatan-aw naton nga maga-increase ang aton rabies-related human deaths,” said Tabuada. ILOILO – The lower the dog rabiesvaccination coverage, the higher the risk of the public being exposed to therabies virus, warned the Provincial Veterinary Office (PVO). “May shortage kita both sa canine and human vaccines. Indi pa gid stableang atonsupply,” said Ame Liz Mardoquio, DOH Region 6’s coordinator for the RabiesPrevention and Control Program. The PVO has so far recorded four suchdeaths this year. “Lastyear ang rabies vaccine allocation from BAI is around 17 vials good for170,000 dogs. This year, BAI released to us only 500 vials good for 5,000dogs,” said Tabuada. The PVO would also lobby for a budgetof P4 million solely for the procurement of rabies vaccines, he added. “Mangayo kami sa mga banwa sangsupport. At least makahatag man sila para mabakunahan ang dogs nila,”said Tabuada. Among Filipinos, dogs account for 98percent of rabies infection, cats account for the remaining two percent,according to DOH.center_img REGIONWIDECONCERN The Philippines is among the top 10countries with the highest incidence of rabies in the world. DOH estimates thatabout 100,000 Filipinos are treated for dog bites and 200 to 300 die fromrabies annually. The low rabies vaccination coverage isdue to the limited vaccine supply from the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI), heexplained. Tabuada proposed that for year 2020local government units should contribute to the PVO’s rabies vaccine supply. Year 2019 is ending in two months butaccording to Dr. Darel Tabuada of the PVO, their dog rabies vaccinationcoverage is so far at 20 percent only. This year’s dog rabies vaccinationcoverage target is 70 percent, equivalent to 170,000 dogs. Rabies primarily affects warm-bloodedanimals other than man, notably dogs, cats, rats, and bats, but which can betransmitted to humans by infected animals.  The rabies virus, which ispresent in the saliva of an infected animal, is passed to a human through abite, or rarely, when the animal’s saliva gets in contact with a scratch orfresh break in the skin. But“tama gid kagamay,” saidTabuada. In 2018, DOH-6 recorded a total of 17human rabies deaths throughout Western Visayas. The dearth of anti-rabies vaccines,however, is not confined to Iloilo province; it is a regionwide concern,according to the Department of Health (DOH) in Western Visayas. Last year, PVO’s dog rabiesvaccination coverage (January to October) was at 69 percent equivalent to173,672 dogs. An infected dog can transmit therabies virus even before it becomes ill, but it will invariably manifest signsand symptoms of rabies including change in behavior such as unprovokedaggressiveness and excitability, paralysis, and hydrophobia within five days,and die within two weeks, after it gets infected./PNlast_img read more

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West Florida Men’s Golf in 6th Place at the Hartford Hawks Invitational

first_img Sept. 14, 2007BOSTON, Mass. – The West Florida Men’s Golf team (595) trails leader Old Dominion (578) by only 17 strokes after the first two rounds at The International Course in Boston, Mass. Matthew Galloway was the Argos top scorer at even par 144 through the first two rounds. Galloway posted a 74 and 70 to come in as the fifth best score so far. The Argos are currently in 6th place, out of the 13 teams at the tournament.The overall leader is Keegan Bradley of St. John’s University, who is -3 after the first two rounds (141). Penn State University is currently in second place in the team score with 584. The final two rounds of the Hartford Hawks Invitational will be played tomorrow.The other scoring individuals for West Florida include; Kyle Scott in 11th place with a score of +4 (148), Federico Damus in 24th place with a score of +7 (151), Kevin Cooper in 32nd place with a score of +9 (153), and Ryan Zebeau in 60th with a score of +18 (162). The competition is primarily Division I opponents, and the Argos are performing admirably. The Men were ranked 3rd in Division II pre-season reports, and have their major competitive season in the spring. Print Friendly Version Share West Florida Men’s Golf in 6th Place at the Hartford Hawks Invitationallast_img read more

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