Bolivia: Organized Crime on the Border

first_img Eight in 10 narcotics investigations begin with reports from citizen informants. Source: José Luis Bravo, Santa Cruz, Bolivia anti-drug prosecutor, Today it is imperative to intensify information about the Southern Cone, terrorism and drug trafficking are subtly setting up with the approval of governments deep into defunct socialism, called 20th Century, which will affect the region in time. Futhermore, with the recent elections in Argentina, an armed conflict could be unleashed in the northern part of the country, leading to the intensification of illegal activities. Latin America deserves more attention, above all to proceed tightly in countries vulnerable to human rights violations. Keep your information coming and congratulations to the “Diálogo” magazine. By Dialogo October 01, 2012last_img read more

Performance Bodies, MD3 to reward top IMCA Modified, SportMod drivers

first_imgThose certificates will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the follow­ing week from the IMCA home office. More information is available by calling Performance Bodies at 800 722-4641. Each of the five IMCA Modified regional champions and rookies of the year, and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products South­ern SportMod national champions and rookies of the year receive $169 MD3 product certificates.center_img CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Post-season awards await drivers in three IMCA divisions again in 2020, courtesy of Performance Bodies and MD3.last_img read more

Fabianski’s red-card appeal fails

first_img The keeper was shown the red card by referee Chris Foy in the 68th minute for a professional foul on Diafra Sakho. Swansea manager Garry Monk claimed Sakho handled the ball before being fouled by Fabianski, leading to the club’s appeal. The FA’s independent regulatory commission has rejected Swansea’s appeal however, ruling Fabianski out of Sunday’s clash with Spurs at the Liberty Stadium. “Swansea City’s Lukasz Fabianski will serve a one-match suspension with immediate effect after his claim of wrongful dismissal was dismissed following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing today,” the FA confirmed in a statement. “Fabianski was dismissed for denying a goal scoring opportunity against West Ham United on 7 December 2014.” The Poland international had his appeal claim of wrongful dismissal rejected following an independent regulatory commission hearing on Tuesday. Fabianski was sent off in Swansea’s 3-1 Premier League defeat to West Ham at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday. Press Associationcenter_img Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski will miss Sunday’s Barclays Premier League clash with Tottenham after having his one-match ban confirmed by the Football Association.last_img read more

Timehri Panthers and Grove Hi Tech advance to semis; Diamond United into round 2

first_imgTIMEHRI Panthers behind doubles each from Tyrone Burnette and Ishmael Pulsuram eased to a solid 6-0 win over Herstelling Raiders to ease into the semi- finals of the inaugural GFF/KFC U20 Independence Cup, East Bank Football Association leg which continued yesterday at the GFF National Training Facility yesterday.Also easing into the semi-finals was Grove Hi Tech which did so without breaking a sweat as their opponent, Diamond Upsetters did not show up for the match. Yesterday’s other match which was a first round clash between Diamond United and Samatta Point/Kaneville saw the former hammering the latter 10-4 in a goal feast.Diamond with the win has earned a second round date with Soesdyke Falcons tomorrow from 14:00hrs at the same venue. This match would be the feature of a double header as the East Bank Football Association Senior League will kick off with one match between Grove Hi Tech and Kuru Kururu Warriors.The EBFA Senior League is being sponsored by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) fulfilling a commitment made by President Wayne Forde. The official march pass of the 11 contesting clubs would also take place with the best dressed team set to be rewarded with a trophy.Yesterday’s U-20 KFC action saw a total of 20 goals being scored in the two matches played as the teams battle for the lone available spot in the national playoffs.Timehri Panthers got their goals from Burnette who scored in the 4th and 49th minute; Pulsuram was on target in the 17th and 73rd minute while there was one apiece for Shawn Stelle in the 24th and Tyrone David in the 37th minute.Diamond United ran away 3-0 leaders by the 17th minute in their clash against Samatta Point/Kaneville which saw two helmet-tricks and one hat-trick being recorded. Tariq Pryce blasted the first of his four goals for Diamond in the 5th minute and followed up with strikes in the 73rd, 84th and 89th minute.Runaldo Grant in the 10th and Corvin Griffith in the 17th had put Diamond 3-0 up after which Tyreece came into the mix with his four goals, the first coming in the 27th minute. He followed up with similarly in the 39th, 67th and 79th minute.Samatta Point/Kaneville’s Jadon Forthe battled the best he could have for his team by netting an hat-trick but it was never going to be enough to saved them against the rampaging lads from Diamond United.Forthe rocked the back of the nets in the 20th, 78th and 87th minute. The other goal came off the boot of Kenyan Moe in the 82nd minute.last_img read more

F’Eagles Hit Final after Penalty Drama with Mali

first_imgFemi SolajaNigeria’s Flying Eagles are through to the final match of the African Games after a hectic 120-minute battle with Mali.The Nigerian side survived the tough encounter under intense heat and scaled through 4-3 on penalties after a goalless encounter. Flying Eagles at training session in Poland. The score line speaks little about the tension. It was a drama of penalties.Perhaps the penalty kick miss by Nigeria’s skipper, Ibrahim Abubakar was an indication to the drama that unfolded after the regulation and extra time.With score line at 0-0, the tie had to be broken by penalty shootout. One after the other, the two teams missed their kicks thrice in a row.It was in Nigeria’s fourth kick, by Abubakar Ibrahim that the ball first entered the net. The Malians also scored theirs before Success Makanjuola scored fifth kick.In sudden death, Samuel Nnochiri and Adesina Gata scored just as their Malian opposite numbers. But after Adewale Oladoye scored, Mali’s next kick was saved by the inspired Ogundare to take Nigeria to Friday’s finalEncounters of Mali and Nigeria at the U-20 level had in recent time ended in penalty shoot-out. At the CAF U20 championship in Niger earlier this year, both played 1-1 in the semi-finals. But Mali triumphed on penalties.Last year, both met in the WAFU Cup. The game ended 1-1 with Nigeria victorious 5-4 in the penalty shoot-out.Meanwhile, it is the first time that Nigeria will reach the final of the men’s football tournament of the African Games since losing the gold medal match to Cameroon inside the National Stadium Complex, Abuja in 2003.Nigeria won the gold medal of the football event (no women edition then) of the 2ndAfrican Games she hosted in Lagos in 1973 and then lost in the final to host nation Algeria in 1978.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more