Capitol defenders cite missed intelligence for deadly breach

first_img Twitter Smithsonian curators discuss their effort to preserve artifacts found on the National Mall the morning after the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, and the historical significance of using physical evidence to document what happened. WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – April 6, 2021 Twittercenter_img TAGS  Facebook Capitol defenders cite missed intelligence for deadly breach Previous articleTexas State looks to extend streak vs La.-MonroeNext articleFlipp Retains Alida to Help Drive Continued Growth Through Customer Experience Digital AIM Web Support Local NewsUS News Pinterestlast_img read more

CECAFA Women’s Championship: Uganda lose to Kenya, to face Tanzania in semis

first_imgThe Crested Cranes team that started in the loss to Kenya on Thursday. (PHOTO/FUFA)CECAFA Women’s ChampionshipKenya 3-0 UgandaChamazi Stadium, Dar es Salaam Thursday, 21-11-2019The Uganda Women’s national football team was subjected to their first lose of the CECAFA Women’s Championship as they lost 3-0 to Kenya on Thursday.Having earlier defeated both Djibouti and Ethiopia in their first two games, the Crested Cranes could not produce a simlar performance against Kenya in a game in which they were clearly number two.Goals by Mwanalima Jereko, Mercy Ariko and Jentrix Shingawa did the damage for Kenya who now finish top of Group B having won all their three games.Jereko scored inside 9 minutes before Ariko doubled the advantage on 18 minutes.Despite Uganda doing all they could to get back into the game, Shingawa put the game to bed, converting from the spot after Bridget Nabisalu was judged to have handled inside the area.It was a game that should sent Faridah Bulega and her technical team back to the drawing board.Bulega ha initially made just a single change to the side that defeat Ethiopia on Tuesday with Grace Aluku replacing Zaina Namuleme in the starting line up.After finishing second in the group, Uganda will now tak on hosts Tanzania who finished top of Group A.Crested Cranes Starting XI against KenyaRuth Aturo, Viola Namuddu, Grace Aluka, Bridget Nabisaalu, Shadia Nankya, Reticia Nabossa, Asia Nakibuuka, Hasifa Nassuna, Juliet Nalukenge, Fazila Ikwaput, Fauzia NajjembaSubstitutesJoan Namusisi, Daizy Nakaziro, Eunice Ariokot, Shamira Nalugya, Harriet Nakkuba, Zaina Namuleme, Aisha Namukisa, Amina Nababi, Margaret KunihiraComments Tags: CECAFA Women’s Championshipcrested cranesKenyalast_img read more

Letran Knights pull through for injured Ambohot

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLetran personified what the next man up creed is all about on Tuesday.After one of its key players in Jeo Ambohot went down with an injury against San Sebastian, the Knights did not see it as a setback.ADVERTISEMENT It was a moment for them to come together and rally behind their fallen knight.READ: Letran withstands San Sebastian in OTFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“It was sad to see Jeo go down. When he went out I just thought I needed to double my effort because he’s a big part of our team,” said star guard Rey Nambatac.Nambatac delivered 23 points and 14 rebounds, his fourth straight double-double, to lead Letran over San Sebastian in overtime for its fourth consecutive win. Read Next WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago Nambatac also got plenty of help with JP Calvo and Jerrick Balanza stepping up.Calvo wound up with 12 points, including a pair of go-ahead freebies in extra time, eight assists and a crucial steal as he and Balanza came up big in the endgame.Balanza blocked a last-second shot by Stags forward Michael Calisaan at the end of regulation before sinking the game-sealing free throws with 26.9 seconds left in OT.“I just really wanted to win for Jeo,” Calvo said in Filipino.Ambohot was having quite a game with 11 points and eight rebounds before he sustained a right wrist injury following a nasty spill at the 5:48 mark of the third period.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games: PH booters score first win, deny Cambodians ‘bonus’ He had to be taken to the hospital right away to have his wrist, which was believed to be dislocated.“Hoping for the best for Jeo. Rest assured that kid will not give up and whatever the result, he will be with us,” said Letran coach Jeff Napa of Ambohot. LATEST STORIES UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension MOST READcenter_img NCAA Season 93 Preview: Letran Knights PLAY LIST 02:11NCAA Season 93 Preview: Letran Knights00:50Trending Articles00:54Palace: Up to MTRCB, DFA chief to pull out ‘Abominable’ from cinemas01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View comments Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesseslast_img read more

8 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle things that are more mysterious than Sherlock Holmes

first_imgIf there’s a man who has captured the imagination of generations since 1887, it’s Sherlock Holmes. The detective who thrives on the most complex of mysteries is the brainchild of one of the most illustrious writers in history–Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. When Holmes first hit the detective fiction scene with A Study In Scarlet, Conan Doyle catapulted to fame only few others have seen.While you might point out that Sherlock Holmes wasn’t this author’s only famous work, you just have to admit that no other creation has appealed to the world’s audiences (or inspired as many other detective stories) as Holmes has. It’s really about the intriguing plots, the twists, and the utter victory of logic that still manages to attract readers of every age.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the popular detective, Sherlock Holmes. Picture courtesy: blog.bookstellyouwhy.comBut here’s something you probably didn’t know about Conan Doyle. He was just as mysterious and intriguing in real life as his fiction stories were. Some of the facts about his life are so mind-boggling that every Holmes fan should know them. So, on his 158th birth anniversary, take a look at some of the little details that made the man behind Sherlock Holmes tick.Also Read: 6 ‘elementary’ things you didn’t know about Sherlock Holmes 1. Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born on 22 May 1859, but Conan was not his surname. He added it as a surname after graduating from school, and has been known as Conan Doyle ever since.2. Conan Doyle wanted to become a soldier and fight in the Boer War in the 1880s. He failed to enlist in the army because he was considered too fat to fight! Instead, he became a ship’s doctor and sailed to Africa during the crisis. He tried to enlist again during the First World War, at the age of 55. He was rejected once again.advertisement3. This author was actually a trained physician–an ophthalmologist, to be precise–with a practice set up in London. Conan Doyle’s practice never took off, and he dedicated all his time to writing.Conan Doyle led a very interesting life. Picture for representation purpose. Picture courtesy:waldina.com4. Conan Doyle held an amateur status in sports like golf, boxing, hockey, cricket, and football under the pseudonym of A.C Smith. His dedication towards the winter sports of skiing actually led to its rise in popularity.5. The Sherlock Holmes-creator didn’t just write fiction, but also believed in a number of fantastic things. He believed that fairies existed, especially after the Cottingley Fairy photographs of 1917 became a rage. When the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun was opened in 1922 by Howard Carter’s team, rumours of a curse gained popularity. Conan Doyle actually fueled media interest in the rumours by linking the mysterious deaths of Lord Carnarvon to the pharaoh’s curse.Also Read: These Delhi women are real-life daredevil detectives6. Conan Doyle was so interested in magic, spiritualism and the paranormal that he befriended Harry Houdini. The friendship turned sour when Houdini started debunking spiritualists and psychics.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle tried to enlist in the British army twice. Picture for representation purpose. Picture courtesy:sirarthurconandoyle.com7. Despite his attraction towards ‘the unexplained’ mysteries, Conan Doyle was a man of science, especially where crime-fighting was involved. His books include forensic techniques like finger-printing, ciphers, and handwriting analysis way ahead of their practical implementation by investigators around the world.8. Conan Doyle died rather dramatically on 7 July 1930: He collapsed in his garden while holding a flower in one hand, clutching his heart with the other, and whispered the words ‘You are wonderful’ to his wife. While others have memorial services, Conan Doyle was given a sort of send off with a seance at the Royal Albert Hall. Though there is no tangible proof that he made an appearance, many people present on the occasion claim that they felt his presence.last_img read more


first_imgIt is a massive weekend for Touch around Australia with the NSW State Cup being held in Port Macquarie and the Queensland State Cup and Australia Cup being held at Kawana on the Sunshine Coast. Here you can find links to the results for both events. Also, our homepage will have more stories on the tournaments. Click here to view the NSW State Cup draw & results:NSW STATE CUP DRAW AND RESULTS Click here for the Queensland State Cup and Australia Cup draw & results:QUEENSLAND STATE CUP/AUSTRALIA CUP DRAW AND RESULTS See below for all the stories from the events:last_img read more

Belships Returns to Profit Expands Fleet

first_imgzoom Oslo-based bulk ship operator Belships returned to black during the twelve months ended December 31, 2017.The company said that its net result for the period reached USD 6.4 million, against USD ‐14.6 million reported in 2016 which was affected by impairment of the fleet of USD 13.8 million. Impairment reversal in 2017 amounted to USD 2.5 million.Operating income during the year increased to USD 27.3 million from USD 25.4 million seen in 2016.Belships’ net result for the fourth quarter of 2017 was USD 3.2 million, up from USD 1.7 million reported a year earlier, while its operating income reached USD 7.6 million, compared to USD 6.6 million in the fourth quarter of 2016. The figure for fourth quarter includes impairment reversal of USD 2 million.Following year end, the company expanded its fleet as it took delivery of M/S Belnippon on January 24, 2018. The ship, which was delivered by Imabari Shipbuilding, has been fixed on time charter to Cargill for 10‐13 months at USD 11,500/day.The company operates six Supramax/Ultramax vessels, of which M/S Belstar, M/S Belnor and M/S Belisland have continued the long‐term contracts to Canpotex of Canada, while M/S Belforest and M/S Belocean are both on time charter to Cargill.Belships has one 63,000 dwt eco‐design Ultramax bulk carrier remaining on order with Imabari Shipbuilding. The newbuilding has a long‐term time charter agreement including purchase option for delivery within the first half of 2020.Belships’ vessels are fully covered until October 2018 when M/S Belocean becomes open, followed by M/S Belforest in November and M/S Belnippon in January 2019.The company said that it is well positioned for a dry bulk market that “we believe will be strengthening in 2018‐19.”last_img read more