Deposed President Mohamed Mursi greets his lawyers and people from behind bars at a court wearing the red uniform of a prisoner sentenced to death, during his court appearance with Muslim Brotherhood members on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh /File Photo Egypt’s former president Mohammed Morsi was buried early Tuesday morning under heavy security a day after his dramatic collapse and death inside a Cairo courtroom.Deposed President Mohamed Mursi greets his lawyers and people from behind bars at a court wearing the red uniform of a prisoner sentenced to death, during his court appearance with Muslim Brotherhood members on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh /File PhotoAbdul-Moneim Abdel-Maqsoud a member of Morsi’s defense team said he was buried at a cemetery in the Cairo’s eastern district of Nasr City.This was despite his family’s plea and wishes to have the former president buried at the family’s cemetery in his hometown in Sharqia province.AP reports that security agents turned reporters away from the cemetery, banning them from taking photographs of the funeral. Reporters were also barred from traveling to Morsi’s hometown.Morsi, 67, was elected president in 2012 in the country’s first free elections following the ouster the year before of long-time leader Hosni Mubarak.He was subsequently toppled in 2013 after massive protests and crushed the Brotherhood in a major crackdown, arresting Morsi and many others of the group’s leaders.During his years in prison, Morsi, who was known to have diabetes, was often held in solitary confinement and was largely barred from receiving visitors.His family was only allowed to visit three times and while in detention, Morsi continued to appear in court on a range of charges.Late Monday, Egypt’s chief prosecutor said Morsi’s body would be examined to determine the cause of his death.State TV, citing an unnamed medical source, said he died after suffering a heart attack.Morsi collapsed Monday just after he had addressed the court, speaking from inside the glass cage and warning that he had “many secrets” he could reveal, a judicial official said.Related Ugandan President Criticizes Former Premier Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi dead aged 67 Egypt’s President in Rwanda
Share Share LocalNews Venezuelan Embassy honors Spanish ‘liberator’ by: – April 17, 2014 968 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Acting Venezuelan ambassador Edixo Chourio, National Security Minister Alvin Bernard, Dominica’s Ambassador to Venezuela Dr Philbert Aaron, Cuban Ambassador to Dominica Elena Ramos and other members of the diplomatic corpsSimon Bolivar, who regarded as the hero, visionary, revolutionary and liberator of Hispanic-America, was celebrated in Dominica today. Today marks the 204th anniversary of the declaration of independence of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela which was signed on April 19, 1810.Venezuela celebrates its independence on two dates; April, 19th, 1810 when the initial declaration of semi-independence from Spain was signed and July, 5th, 1811 when a more definitive break was signed.Bolivar, throughout his life time led not just Venezuela but Colombia (including Panama at the time) Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia to independence from Spain Empire. He helped lay the foundations for democracy in much of Latin America. On the 17th, December, 1830 at the age of forty-seven Bolivar died of tuberculosis, but his memory lives on in the hearts and minds of so many. In commemoration of his efforts and in remembrance of the man known as the liberator, Bolivar was honored by the Venezuelan Embassy in Dominica, National Security Minister Alvin Bernard and the acting Venezuelan ambassador Edixo Chourio at a wreath laying ceremony at the Bolivar Square in Goodwill. Every year, the Embassy holds this ceremony where wreaths are laid in honor of Bolivar’s work by a representative from the Venezuelan Embassy, Dominica Government and PDVSA Caribe Dominica Vibes News Tweet
Direktur Utama Garuda Indonesia Ari Askhara dalam siaran pers (4/7) mengungkapkan bahwa hadirnya fasilitas bus listrik produksi dalam negeri merupakan bagian dari komitmen Garuda Indonesia dalam mendukung daya saing produk unggulan dalam negeri. “Selain itu, hal ini juga menjadi komitmen Garuda Indonesia untuk menjaga lingkungan melalui pengoperasian kendaraan yang bebas emisi.”Garuda Indonesia kedepannya akan memperkuat kolaborasi dengan PT MAB melalui anak usaha Aerotrans dan Gapura Angkasa untuk menggunakan bus listrik tersebut sebagai bagian dari layanan usaha jasa transportasi angkutan darat maupun penunjang layanan operasional penerbangan yang dikelola Garuda Indonesia Group.Bus listrik merupakan smart solution untuk mengurangi polusi yang saat ini kondisinya memprihatinkan khususnya di daerah Jabodatabek karena hanya dengan pengisian batere selama 3 jam, bus listrik tersebut mampu menempuh jarak sejauh lebih kurang 300 kilometer. Serta diharapkan mampu menekan biaya bahan bakar yang dikeluarkan untuk mobil operasional perusahaan.Bus listrik yang digunakan Garuda Indonesia adalah dari tipe MD255-XE2. Bus ini bisa melaju 40-80 kilometer bila baterainya, yang berkapasitas 300 ampere jam (Ah), terisi penuh. Bus listri dengan harga Rp3 miliar per unit ini punya kapasitas 60 penumpang dengan 20 kursi.Baca juga: Adopsi Bus Listrik, Antara Harapan dan Tantangan yang Menghadang Panjang bus keseluruhan mencapai 12 meter. Tipe baterai adalah LiFePo (Lithium Ferro Phosphate), spesifikasi 576 V 450 Ah, berkapasitas 259.2 kwh, dan total berat 2.290 kilogram. Tipe motor mesin adalah electrical motor PMSM (Permanent Magnetic Synchronous Motor) dengan seri HYYQ 800-1200. Kekuatan maksimal sebesar 200 kw 268 hp.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedBYD K9 – Inilah Bus Listrik untuk Koridor 13 TransJakarta21/03/2019In “Bus dalam kota”Operasional Bus Listrik di Jakarta Masih Menanti Regulasi31/07/2019In “Bus AKAP”Berharap Mampu Pasok Kebutuhan Bus di Bandara, Moeldoko Hadirkan Prototipe Bus Listrik Ketiga05/03/2018In “Bus dalam kota” Garuda Indonesia untuk pertama kalinya menggunakan bus listrik, bus buatan PT Mobil Anak Bangsa (MAB) ini bukan digunakan sebagai kendaraan angkut penumpang dari terminal ke apron (shuttle bus), melainkan bus low deck ini digunakan untuk mendukung mobilitas operasional karyawan. Dengan pengoperasian fasilitas bus listrik tersebut, menjadikan Garuda Indonesia sebagai BUMN pertama di Indonesia yang menggunakan fasilitas mobil listrik produksi dalam negeri tersebut.Baca juga: Berharap Mampu Pasok Kebutuhan Bus di Bandara, Moeldoko Hadirkan Prototipe Bus Listrik MAB Pada tahap awal penggunaan fasilitas bus listrik tersebut akan menunjang mobilitas operasional karyawan Garuda Indonesia Group di lingkungan kerja areal Bandara Internasional Soekarno Hatta. Adapun saat ini Garuda Indonesia mengoperasikan sebanyak 1 unit bus listrik berkapasitas 60 penumpang.
Of the big five Alaskan school districts, only the Kenai Peninsula Borough did better on the tests overall than Juneau. Both districts were ahead of Anchorage and the Mat-Su. Juneau School District Superintendent Mark Miller commented on the delay … FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaskan students will soon receive their individual results from the first every Measures of Progress test, which was administered last spring. Miller: “We’re just now getting the results out to the students which has been a little frustrating for us. This is a test they took in April that was in the computers and ready to go, really, in late April. The state has struggled mightily to get the reports right and to get the data right and they’re working with a company, there’s been a lot of push-back about the AMP. Really, students are going to get a mailed piece of paper some time in the next couple of weeks that says how they did on a test back in April. Eight months ago. That delay has been a little tough on us, but the State’s aware of it and they’re working hard to make improvements.”
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 “It feels like I’m dreaming. I didn’t really think I had a chance of winning today so I’m absolutely delighted,” said Lee after winning her first title since the 2001 Daio Paper Elleair Ladies Open.Teeing off the day in fifth, Lee slipped further back after three putting on the first for a bogey but began to find her form and picked up shots on the fifth and the eighth.Lee ran in a 12-foot birdie putt on the 10th to pick up her third shot of the day and went top of the leaderboard for good with three consecutive birdies from the 14th.“I got a bit of a shock when I looked up at the scoreboard on the 15th and saw myself in the lead. I got into a good rhythm and played real well, especially on the back nine,” said Lee. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES TOJO, Hyogo Pref. – South Korean Lee Ji Hee shot a stunning 5-under-par 67 in the final round to seal only her second tournament victory in the 60 million yen Promise Ladies on Sunday.Starting the day three shots off the lead, Lee reeled off six birdies against just one bogey to finish on a 8-under-par total of 208, two strokes clear of Masaki Maeda in second.
The captains of all three nations and New Zealand — which at least reached the semifinal — have either quit or are on the verge of doing so.Australia’s Ricky Ponting stepped down after one of Australia’s weakest performances for many years. South Africa’s Graeme Smith has dropped the captaincy of the one-day team. England’s Andrew Strauss and Kiwi Daniel Vettori are considering their futures.Apart from New Zealand, the three traditional powers of world cricket were poorly prepared for the World Cup. England looked exhausted after almost six months on the road. Australia is still struggling to carry out the transition from the era of Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne and Adam Gilchrist, who watched India lift the trophy at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday night.South Africa, on paper, looked like a commanding team but was unable to finish off games. Bangladesh is still a minor nation in international cricket, even though it occasionally beats the powers.Pakistan should have been one of the hosts and might have advanced to the final had its players been allowed to play on the slow wickets of Lahore and Karachi, according to the original plan.But the 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka team bus in Lahore meant Pakistan had to give up its status as co-host. Otherwise the tournament could have been fatally damaged by nations refusing to travel there.In a blow to Pakistan leading to the tournament, the country lost three players to a match-fixing scandal. But it found an unlikely star in Shahid Afridi, who took on the captaincy apparently on condition that he be given complete control over team selection, a rare opportunity in the intensely political world of Pakistani cricket.Afridi led a resurgent Pakistan team that just failed at the semifinal hurdle to the eventual winners. Pakistan could have won but for some inexplicably slow batting.Sri Lanka, given the chance to play all but two of their games on the slow-turning wickets they are used to in Colombo, Kandy and Hambantota, dismissed England and New Zealand with ease thanks to explosive batting that set the tournament alight and the bowling of spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and Lasith Malinga.It was India that showed the consistency and depth of a champion. In the final, main batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag may have failed, but Gautam Gambhir, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh stepped in with winning performances. Job well done: Sachin Tendulkar and title-winning India led a strong contingent of Asian teams at the 2011 Cricket World Cup. | AP PHOTO MUMBAI — India’s in cricket heaven, Sri Lanka reached the final and Pakistan the last four. Of cricket’s main Asian nations, only Bangladesh had a bad World Cup.Australia, South Africa and England? They were reduced to watching the World Cup final on television, admiring India’s maturity and talent and wondering why they flopped. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES RELATED PHOTOS
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 KEYWORDS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES OSAKA – Sata Maruyama, who played on the gold-winning women’s volleyball team at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, died on Sunday, her family revealed Monday. She was 72.At 20 years of age, Maruyama, known more by her maiden name Isobe, was the youngest starter and an attacker when the Japanese team dubbed the “Witches of the Orient” beat the Soviet Union for gold under hard-driving coach Hirofumi Daimatsu. Volleyball was added to the Summer Olympics program in 1964.Maruyama was also a member of the team that won the 1962 world championships. Hirofumi Daimatsu, 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Sata Maruyama
The Kenai Fire Department has been called to a possible car fire at the Holiday gas station in Kenai. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Update: Fire fighters say the responded and found a vehicle overheated, but there were no open flames. Initial reports suggest the unoccupied vehicle is near the side of the building, not near gas pumps.
City Manager Paul Ostrander submitted a letter for consideration of the ban stating: “The City has received numerous complaints about nails and screws being left on City beaches from pallet fires, creating a hazard for vehicles, pedestrians, and animals. The ordinance will prohibit the burning of wood materials containing metal fasteners on City beaches.” The ordinance was introduced at the Council meeting on September 6, and was postponed at last nights meeting for the next meeting on October 4. The intent is to regulate camping, fires and other activities on City beaches that threaten or have the potential to threaten or damage public and private property, use and enjoyment of the beaches, public safety, health and welfare, and other City interests. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai City Council has introduced an ordinance that would prohibit the burning of pallets and other wood materials containing metal fasteners on city beaches. Story as aired:
2,209 Share on other sites CDixonDesign Sports Logos Link to post Link to post 1,589 posts Share on other sites Favourite Logos:North Stars 6,671 posts Share on other sites 767 logo Wrigley Field 100 Years logo finalists Favourite Logos:Pensacola Blue Wahoos Primary rmackman 2 3 all of these lack urine Page 1 of 3 Posted September 20, 2013 2,209 4,212 CS85 767 CubsFanBudMan the admiral Link to post Location:Denver, Colo. Is it 100 years or 100 seasons. If my math is right, both are not the same. BTW, I like 3 the bestI know that the years/seasons thing is off in alot of sports, but can it be for baseball? I mean each season there is no carry over to the next year. The season starts in 1914 and it ends in 1914, so wouldn’t that match up? I have zero clue I’m just thinking here. Recommended Posts Share this post FGM13 Posted September 20, 2013 100 years of bad Share on other sites GeauxColonels Share this post Link to post zinman11121 9,904 482 1 Posted September 21, 2013 Link to post Share this post JPDesign Members Share on other sites CubsFanBudMan 399 Next GriffinM6 175 Members Members 7,233 posts 210 (formerly, briefly CherryMX) 10,968 posts Share this post Share this post Link to post Share on other sites McCall Share this post Share on other sites Members the admiral Share this post The stadium rendering definitely looks the best on 1. I wanna like 2 if your were to put 1’s stadium on it, but the Tuscan font and warped lettering just kinda throws it off. 3 looks ok, but the use of Agency is no better than using Tuscan on 2. Of the choices, 1 is hands down the best. Members Share this post 1 Shumway Share this post Share this post the admiral 159 posts the admiral I apologize for any decorum 26,193 Members 1,264 Sign in to follow this Posted September 20, 2013 0 GeauxColonels Location:Atlanta Members Posted September 20, 2013 767 15,496 posts wrigley field 210 1,3,2,4 IMO PhlyBoy Members 399 818 I’ll take either number 1 or none of the above.I second this motion. 1,204 Location:Downingtown, PA 4,212 Posted September 21, 2013 Members Share on other sites Wrigley Field 100 Years logo finalists 6 1,2,4,3 Posted September 21, 2013 Link to post I’m back! Members 2,209 Member No. 14 U of Florida ’03 (Telecomm) – FAU ’08/’14 (MBA/MHA) Favourite Logos:Anything with a mascot in a sweater or anthropomorphic foods. Posted September 20, 2013 3,1,2,4 in that orderI’ve got it the same way. #3 is just great. 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Followers 1 1,204 0 Members jstraper Forums Home Forums Home Link to post Sports Logos CS85 0 Link to post 1. Hands down. Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites No ivy anywhere on these? Is the green one supposed to represent ivy? If so, I like that one. 290 1,954 posts 290 Share this post Favourite Logos:Logos designed: Toronto Maple Leafs / WCOH Canada / WCOH Team North America Share this post 2 Favourite Logos:North Stars I’ll take either number 1 or none of the above. Next 0 Share on other sites Cujo Four finalists revealed yesterday:More submissions. I feel like number 3 copied another stadium logo out there. It just seemed so familiar when I saw it. Anyway, #1 is just freaking sexy. It definitely deserves to win. edit: Why was this not a finalist? 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Use your head!100 in Roman numerals is “C.” Surely there’s some way to implement this… Share on other sites 1,005 rmackman 4,424 posts 3,104 posts Share on other sites Share this post This would have worked if Wrigley’s centennial were in 1998.I like this as artwork, but it’s impossible to reproduce at most sizes.This should be the best one. Simple and to the point. No wasted verbiage or graphic flourishes. The only problem that I can think of is the “lol, weeeeed” factor.all your baseball are belong to us Posted September 21, 2013 I would be surprised if it’s anything other than the first one. It looks like most of their in-house stuff. (And is on a different background than the other three. /conspiracy) Sign in to follow this 5,835 posts Posted September 21, 2013 Link to post 1,005 lahaye7 the admiral Is it 100 years or 100 seasons. If my math is right, both are not the same. BTW, I like 3 the best Link to post 135 Members 3 Members 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. sᴘᴏʀᴛsʙᴀʟʟ ᴄᴏᴍᴍᴇɴᴛᴇʀ By CS85, September 20, 2013 in Sports Logo News Share this post All Activity SportsLogos.Net 26,193 26,193 210 Wrigley Field 100 Years logo finalists