Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… You may be interested in… (Bridgetown, 9 September 2019) The EU is mobilising an initial 500,000 euro in immediate emergency funding to assist those in the Bahamas affected by the category 5 Hurricane Dorian, which devastated the Bahamas on 2 September. Oct 16, 2020 Bahamians assessing the damage from Hurricane Isaias The Bahamas bracing for hurricane conditions today Jul 31, 2020 CARPHA Partners with, PAHO to Ensure Caribbean States’… PM Minnis urges ACP countries to intensify response to climate emergency(Bahamas Information Service) , BRUSSELS, Belgium – Vulnerable areas in the Africa Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States must collectively and urgently intensify its response to the climate emergency Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis told ACP Ambassadors today. The Prime Minister made the plea while addressing…November 15, 2019In “Agriculture”CARICOM reacts as ‘Dorian’ pounds BahamasChairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Prime Minister Allen Chastanet of Saint Lucia was among the regional leaders who expressed concern and support to The Bahamas, devastated by category five hurricane Dorian which struck on Sunday 1 September. It left extensive damage across the islands of Abaco and is currently pounding Grand…September 2, 2019In “Featured”CARPHA Deploys Technical Staff to the Bahamas Ahead of Hurricane DorianPort of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. On Friday, August 30, 2019, the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), as part of the Regional Response Mechanism (RRM) led by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency Coordinating Unit (CDEMA), propositioned a member of staff to support the Government of the Bahamas in rapidly…September 2, 2019In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApp Statement by The Bahamas Prime Minister on Preparations for… The funding will address urgent needs such as shelter, water, hygiene and food. The European Union’s 24/7 Emergency Response Coordination Centre is in close contact with the authorities of the Bahamas to monitor the situation and channel further EU assistance. In addition, the Commission has deployed a Humanitarian Expert to conduct a rapid needs assessment and the EU’s emergency Copernicus satellite service is currently providing maps of the area. “Hurricane Dorian has left a large trail of destruction with many casualties and leaving homes in ruins. We will do all we can to help, getting aid in to the people on the ground. Our thoughts are with all those affected by this tragedy and with the Bahamian authorities and brave first responders on the scene. The EU stands ready to provide further assistance,” said Christos Stylianides, Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management. Offers have also been received from EU Member States to assist with the recovery. France – 30 tonnes of humanitarian material, Luxembourg – satellite communication platform, which can provide data and voice communication to field emergency centre, Belgium – vessel with water purification system, The Netherlands – two navy vessels from St. Martin carrying humanitarian cargo, including two helicopters and rubber boats. Aug 1, 2020 Aug 2, 2020
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3 things worth talking about1. Big foot Adam Griffith’s 4-for-4 effort won’t make the kicking woes last year at Auburn go away, but he had a strong start. Will he be able to deliver in that manner when the season reaches November and the weather turns brisker?2. Wrapped up Jacob Coker had a wrap on the left knee he’s had surgery on. Saban said he was prepared to play him Saturday, but is the leg worse off than we think? If he plays mop-up duty again next week, is the knee or Sims’ play, the reason?3. Not so sure hands Senior Christion Jones dropped two passes with one being at the 5-yard line. With DeAndrew White out with a separated shoulder, Jones will be asked to do more. Amari Cooper can’t catch 12 passes for 130 every game.Mini gradesRushing offense — A: Two 100-yard rushers gives Alabama much punch on ground. T.J. Yeldon went for 126 and two scores while Derrick Henry had takeover moments in rushing for 113 yards and a score.Rushing defense — B: WVU’s tried to keep Alabama honest with misdirection runs, but its leading rusher Rushel Shell had just 38 yards on 10 carries.Passing offense — C: Sims completed 72.7 percent of his passes (24-of-33) for 250 yards, but missed key throws while throwing on the run.Passing defense — D: Clint Trickett had his way with Tide defense, completing 29-of-45 passes for 365 yards and a touchdown. Think he got wore down at the end.Special teams — C: Adam Griffith went 4-for-4 on field goals in familiar settings (from Calhoun, Ga.) and freshman JK Scott had a whopping 62-yard punt, but Alabama gave up a Chick-fil-A Kickoff record 100-yard kickoff return TD.Coaching — B: Alabama’s secondary aside, Alabama looked prepared and made adjustments to slow down WVU’s offense in the fourth quarter.Overall — B: A 26 ½ point favorite, the Tide only won by 10? Maybe Alabama isn’t the second-best team in America, but it had 538 yards of total offense and allowed only one offensive touchdown.