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United boss Mourinho made six changes and was punished as Pascal Gross’ second-half header secured Brighton’s first win over the Red Devils since 1982. following a thrilling 4-3 win at Anfield last time out. Minn. was found suffering a gunshot wound in the leg and Edward Manuel Romero 23 of White Earth was found with injuries from a beating the sheriff’s office said FridayJones’ arrest took place in the in the neighborhood where the original altercation occurred according to the releaseThe investigation will continue and charges are pending the press release saidCory J Walter Jones 26 of Cass Lake was taken into custody Friday morning on felony second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon and felon in possession of firearm chargesThe Headwaters SWAT Team the sheriff’s office and the Minnesota State Patrol cooperated in the arrestAuthorities say Friday’s incident involved a debt the Romeros’ were attempting to collect as well as arguments over Facebook postingsPIC 3 PHCN DISTRIBUTION CENTERS ON WUNTI STREET AND YANDOKA ROAD CHAINED AND LOCKEDDURING THE PROTEST BY NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS (NLC) OVER INCREASE OF ELECTRICITY TARIFFIN BAUCHI ON MONDAY (8/2/16)0757/8/2/2016/DJ/EO/BJO/NAN The Borno State chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Civil Society Organizations (CLO) has declared that the recent increase of 45 per cent electricity tariff by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOs) was illegal unjustifiable and meant to further exploit Nigerians Addressing the management of Yola Electricity Distribution Company (YEDC) in Maiduguri after a peaceful street protest on Monday the NLC Chairman Comrade Ali Titus Abana explained that the Nigerian workers are against the increase in electricity tariff for five reasons including failure to follow due process in implementing the hike His words: “Congress therefore rejects the increase on the following grounds: First due process in the extant for such increment was not followed in consonance with section 76 of the Power Sector Reforms There has been no significant improvement in the service deliveries of DISCOS “Most consumers are not metered in line with the signed privatization Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of November 1 2013 which stipulates that within 18 months gestation period; all consumers are to be metered” He however noted that there was a subsisting court order of May 28 2015 by Justice Mohammed Idriss of the Federal High Court Ikoyi Lagos in the case of Toluwani Yemi Adebiyi vs NERC and others Abana also feared that the power consumption hikes may compound the country’s economic recession as revenues from oil sales has plunged by 50 per cent this year He stated that the protestation by labour was to drive home the fact that the unilateral and unlawful hikes of electricity tariff will be resisted by consumers under the auspices of NLC Trade Union Congress (TUC) and CLO He therefore called on the individuals and groups to support the civil action by also clamouring for a reversal of the electricity tariff increase The Duchess of Cornwall the Duchess of Cambridge the Duke of York Princess Beatrice Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank take their seats in St George’s Chapel ReutersA roaring wildfire near Yosemite National Park has dampened one of the busiest and most lucrative weeks of the year for the area’s quaint bed and breakfasts popular hotels and tour companies that bring visitors to El Capitan Half Dome and the park’s other iconic features For the first time in 28 years Yosemite National Park officials have closed popular portions of the tourist destination as a nearly 40000-acre fire scorches the Sierra National Forest in Northern California filling the nearby national park with heavy and potentially hazardous smoke While the blaze has not yet reached the park itself officials say the closures were necessary to allow for safe firefighting efforts And with park closures lasting Wednesday through Sunday at the very least small business owners who depend on Yosemite’s jam-packed summer tourist season are now facing hefty financial losses as travelers cancel or postpone their visits “It really hurts” says Ron Skelton the owner of the Yosemite Blue Butterfly Inn which sits 500 feet from one of the park’s entrances He expects to lose $20000 as a result of the closures “This is our season and you only have a certain number of months you can make any money up here” Closures in Yosemite Valley and Wawona along with the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias have affected accommodation operations from small bed and breakfasts like Skelton’s to luxurious hotels like the Majestic Yosemite Hotel in the heart of Yosemite Valley formerly known as the Ahwahnee Backpacking tour groups have had to reroute their trips or cancel them entirely and Yosemite tourist officials have been inundated with calls and questions as they scramble to offer alternative indoor activities for eager tourists Scott Gehrman the founder and executive director of Lasting Adventures a backpacking and day hike tour company that operates in Yosemite has cancelled all day hikes around 20 to 30 in total and rerouted backpacking trips for adults and children north to Tuolumne Meadows With the tour company’s two busiest weeks of the year now hit with cancellations and rerouting more than half of the company’s 35 guides won’t be able to work “Money that was in our bank we now have to turn around and refund people on an experience we were not able to offer” Gehrman says On Wednesday he put together a list of frequently asked questions to more easily answer the flurry of inquiries from his current and future customers With more numerous fires nearby over the last few years Gehrman says it’s been difficult to accommodate all trips to the best of the company’s abilities during peak season "Every year we havent been able to fully appreciate what we can do with an uninterrupted season due to fires or other natural concerns that scare people from coming to the park” he says July and August are Yosemite’s most popular months of the year with 592990 and 600349 tourists coming in each of those months on average respectively Any reduction in those numbers will hurt businesses in California’s Mariposa County whether they are directly tied to the park or not as many sit on or near the Yosemite-bound roads and entrances that are now closed to accommodate firefighting efforts “It’s like a retailer losing a week of sales between Thanksgiving and Christmas” said Ron Halcrow the president of the Yosemite-Mariposa Bed & Breakfast Association which manages many of the bed and breakfasts most affected by these cancellations He said that as much of 20% of these companies’ yearly revenues could be lost "As long as Yosemite is closed” he adds “tourism in the town of Mariposa is going to drop close to zero” Bette Young a retired Silicon Valley tech professional who opened Bette’s Yosemite Bed and Breakfast four years ago had to cancel reservations made by international visitors from South America and Ireland “It’s the difference between having people come and have business or not having any business at all” she says “It’s pretty ugly” The ongoing threat of wildfires throughout the summer and into the early fall has plagued Californians for decades But in recent years fast-moving ferocious flames have become the new normal as the fire season grows longer and more intense thanks in part to a years-long drought and millions of dead trees which fuel blazes Fires have encroached on Yosemite in the past and it’s unclear if the nearly 40000-acre fire currently burning nearby poses a risk to the park itself Still what’s being called the Ferguson Fire by officials is just 25% contained and a bulldozer operator died while battling its flames early in the morning on July 14 Therese Williams the director of public relations for Visit Yosemite in Madera County Calif, 22, that he’s a socialistare disgraceful. or the economic collapse of 2008 (all just to name a few)?

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Russia,S. meanwhile remains among the top-ranked nations in terms of combatting trafficking despite the growing attention on the problem of trafficking in the country and the treatment of victims within the criminal justice system "While the US goes overseas and judges other countries on their commitment to trafficking we also have to be critical and take an honest look at the conditions and the commitment of our government here at home" Melysa Sperber Director of the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking told TIME Write to Maya Rhodan at [email protected] your hashtags ready: A Twitter exec says that the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be the most tweeted-about event ever While the 2012 London Olympics cumulated 150 million tweets Brazil’s Twitter director Guilherme Ribenboim told Reuters “The World Cup will take all that to a whole different level” With knowledge that 32 billion people watched at least some of the 2010 World Cup Facebook and Twitter are working on various strategies to be the main hubs for World Cup conversation Not only do all 32 participating teams have Twitter accounts but many of the players do too The social platform itself is also creating a landing page full of scores and team information under the hashtag #worldcup Facebook has a similar page called Trending World Cup The World Cup will kick off June 12 and last for a month [Reuters] Contact us at [email protected] Supreme Council of Bishops also known as World Council of Bishops has warned the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration against further harassment of Oby Ezekwesili the chief campaigner of the BringBackOurGirls BBOG movement and her partners The Bishops also reacted to the current travail of the Senate President Dr Bukola Saraki Speaker of the House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara and other members of the National Assembly in the hands of the executive The clerics noted that Ezekwesili has time without number been harassed by security operatives in the Federal Capital Territory while demanding the release of the schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram in Chibok Borno State and the lone Dapchi schoolgirl Leah Sharibu who has been kept away from her home for months by Boko Haram terrorists for refusing to convert to Islam In a statement forwarded to DAILY POST the Bishops demanded that the girls be immediately released and returned to their families The statement was endorsed by the Supreme Council of Bishops; the World Council of Bishops; The Global Advisory Board; the Global Council of Apostolic Nuncio (s); and the Prelate and its Deputies across all 7 continents of the world; the Central Executive Council Globally; all Regional and National Prelates Worldwide and the General Assembly Worldwide The Bishops said “The persecution of the parents of the Chibok girls and the Bring Back Our Girls campaign crusaders in the person of Mrs Oby Ezekwesili and her partners around the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria who times without number had suffered untold and undue embarrassment and open disgrace as they justly fight for the return of the missing Chibok Girls that were captured by the Book Haram insurgents and Leah Sharibu as the only Christian Girl and abductee in Dapchi Nigeria who was not released because she refused to denounce her Christian faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as a matter of fact these persecution on the crusaders must stop We demand their captors to release them forthwith We demand the Federal Government of Nigeria to swing into action and ensure their release “In the same vein It has come to our notice how distinguished members of The Nigeria’s National Assembly are being openly ridiculed by law enforcement personnel and the Nigerian Police Force thereby making an open mockery of the hallowed and exalted office of a Senator as a member of the Senate coupled with unceremonious lifting and taking of Nigeria’s Senate Mace a Symbol of the Legislative Powers of the National Assembly without bringing to book or justice its offenders and the like “The Members of Nigeria’s National Assembly the Senators and members of the House of Representatives from these troubled States like Adamawa Benue Taraba Plateau Nasarawa Kaduna and the like must provide avenues of interactions with their constituents with a view to find a lasting solution via provision of communal securities under the watchful care of their Traditional Rulers and Village Heads to safeguard the lives and properties of her subjects morally financially and administratively” The religious leaders called on all the Clergy and Christians adherents of other religions and traditional institutions in Nigeria; heads of foreign governments the Nigerian Civil Societies the humanitarian agencies and organizations and Workers; the Labour unions and its leaderships non-governmental organizations multilateral and inter-governmental bodies globally to stand united and speak out as one voice They said the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN must remain indivisibly united the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria arm that seceded must return adding that the Church is the foundation and facilitator of positive development in Nigeria and her democracy They added that democracies human rights civilization education women’s rights technological advancement rule of law are all resultant effects of Judeo-Christian ideology insisting that if Christianity should cease in Nigeria all social values and virtues will disappear “United as the Church of Jesus Christ universal we stand” they concluded "What this is meant to do is show the public the new facility and also test all of our stuff inside the jail" he said "We want to make sure that jail is functioning well before we move our inmates over"Those who fill out an application pass a background check and are approved to participate in the mock jail stay will experience what inmates encounter when coming into the facility said Betty Coauette jail sargent and transition coordinator for the facility Correctional officers will book volunteers into the facility put them in appropriate jail housing and run them through a "typical day in the jail" she said"Applications are starting to come in" she saidIt’s common for jails around the nation to conduct mock jail stays Kuznia said In Pennington County it will give residents a chance to see how their tax money is being put to use he saidThe current jail is located in the Law Enforcement Center at 102 1st Street West and sits across the street from the Pennington County Courthouse Inmates are walked across the street for court hearings creating security and safety concerns for the publicThe Justice Center will open at Main Avenue South and West First Street The courthouse will sit above the jail meaning inmates will remain inside one building when being transported from jail cells to courtrooms"It’s going to be a lot safer for staff and inmates" Kuznia said "We are not walking across a very busy street to go to court where somebody could either take off on us or get hit by a car"The old jail that opened in 1977 was built to house 15 inmates though it has been remodeled over the years and now has 30 bedsThe current jail is full and Pennington County has to house inmates at other facilities When the Justice Center opens it will have up to 92 beds It will hold inmates awaiting court as well as those sentenced to up to a yearIt also will be able to separate inmates by security levels since it will have different areas or pods Kuznia said Inmates facing minor charges will be kept in a less secure area while more violent and hardened offenders can be held in a more secure pod The jail also will be able to offer more programing for inmates including programs that address addiction problems and help with education"We’re hoping to have a GED program and other things now that we have the facility here" he said adding the agency is working with the local library to get a grant to bring more current books into the jail "There are lot more things that I think we can do to stop that revolving door that we haven’t been able to do in the past"The old jail will be remodeled as well Kuznia said He predicted the final bill will be close to the estimated $18 million price tag when the entire project wraps up in DecemberThose interested in participating in the mock jail stays can find application forms at the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office or by visiting penningtonsherifforg The application deadline is June 15 Applicants must be at least 18 years oldJail stay times are 4 to 10:30 pm June 25 and 26 as well as 9 am to 3 pm June 26 and 28 The Sheriff’s Office also will host tours 9 am to 7 pm June 27 who worked to recruit Scripps to the state, in fact. providing difficulties for attorneys attempting to sort through historical policies and determine each insurer’s obligations.U.

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