County Champs CloughaneelyCLOUGHANEELY are the 2014 Intermediate County Champions after a 0-15 to 0-08 win over Buncrana at O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny today.They were favourites for the title – and proved it in a hard-fought battle.They now travel to Owebeg, outside Dungiven in Co Derry, tomorrow to play Derry Intermediate Champions Castledawson. The south Derry outfit were lucky winners over north Derry’s Slaughtmanus in their county final, winning by a point.The Ulster fixture, just a day after today’s county final, is hardly fair on the Donegal champions.But with talent right throughout the side, if they can recover there is nothing to stop them from progressing. CHAMPIONS CLOUGHANEELY FACE ULSTER CLASH ON SUNDAY was last modified: November 8th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cloughaneelycounty championsIntermediate champions
In a strongly worded letter to the President of the 15-member body, Mr. Annan says to prevent a major tragedy the intervention should be led by a Member State and authorized under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which permits the use of force. “The consequences of allowing the situation to spiral out of control are too terrible to contemplate,” he says, calling attention to the danger posed not only to Liberia, but also other West African States, particularly neighbouring Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire. The Secretary-General also calls on the Liberian parties to immediately and unconditionally respect the ceasefire they signed in Accra on 17 June, allow for the immediate resumption of international humanitarian assistance, and resume comprehensive peace talks. All States were urged to “desist from any action that might be construed as supporting or otherwise encouraging the continuation of the armed conflict.” Earlier this month, following Mr. Annan’s recommendation, the Council endorsed a UN role in support of the implementation of the ceasefire. Today he emphasized that “the time has now come for the Security Council to take action to give practical effect to that commitment, in the light of the most recent grave deterioration in the situation.” Mr. Annan also voices deep concern over recent flagrant violations of the ceasefire. “There are reports that several hundred innocent civilians have been killed in fighting in and around Monrovia, and of wanton destruction of property and widespread looting,” he writes, noting that approximately one-third of the country’s population – some 1 million people – are seeking refuge in the already overcrowded capital, Monrovia. At the same time, virtually all international relief operations have ceased in most parts of the country. “The combination of cholera outbreaks and food shortages in an environment of ongoing violence, disruption of life-saving services, and cessation of humanitarian aid threatens to produce a major humanitarian catastrophe,” Mr. Annan warns, adding that the scale of the crisis could exceed that of the recent one in Bunia in the war-ravaged Democratic Republic of Congo. The Secretary-General is appealing to leaders in the region to press for the strict observance of the ceasefire and to intensify the quest for a comprehensive political arrangement “which would be fully consistent with the relevant provisions of the ceasefire agreement signed in Accra on 17 June 2003, including in relation to President [Charles] Taylor,” according to the letter. [That accord calls for the formation of a transitional government, which will not include President Taylor, in accordance with his 4 June declaration at the opening of the Accra talks. In his address, the Liberian leader offered to “remove himself from the process that would continue to perpetuate this crisis?(as) it has become apparent that some people believe that President Taylor is the problem.”] While acknowledging the “commendable efforts” of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Mr. Annan warns that “broader international action is urgently needed to reverse Liberia’s drift towards total disintegration.” “Our collective interest and our common humanity demand urgent and decisive action from the Security Council,” the Secretary-General states. “We cannot be oblivious to the warning signs of an imminent possible catastrophe.”
With the latest figures, Turkey’s fatalities have reached 4,825 and the total number of cases are nearly 180,000.Between April and late May, Turkey was under weekend curfews as the government sought to avoid a full lockdown like in France in a bid to keep the economy going.The Turkish Medical Association (TTB) raised concerns last week over the move to ease restrictions as the reality of the situation in Turkey was not made clear.”We haven’t been able to fully overcome the first wave yet,” Cavit Isik Yavuz, a member of the TTB’s group focused on coronavirus, said during an online press conference.The TTB said on June 12 there was “no evidence” the outbreak had been brought under control, contradicting Turkish officials’ statements last month. Turkey’s health minister on Monday warned citizens against complacency as daily coronavirus cases doubled compared with figures in early June.The country registered 1,592 new cases and 18 COVID-19 deaths for the past 24 hours, Fahrettin Koca said on his official Twitter account.There were 786 infections in a 24-hour period on June 2. At the height of the pandemic, Turkey recorded over 5,000 daily cases in April. Koca’s tweets often remonstrate those ignoring the continued dangers from the pandemic.In capital letters, he wrote on Monday: “The increases are intensifying in certain areas” but did not offer further information.”Will it be complacency or a fight? We will be able to control the spread if we all adhere to the mask and distancing rule,” Koca added in lower case lettering.In recent weeks, Turkey has allowed intercity travel including the resumption of domestic flights, reopened cafes and restaurants, and ended weekend lockdowns. Topics :
“I had a better front-nine today.press conference. as is the case with Dhumal who is known as a jan naik. 2009 12:03 pm Related News A Pakistani national was arrested on Monday for illegally entering into Indian territory in Jammu and Kashmir, along with the willingness to learn.
He spoke at length. old and sick mentality of our society. we consider it appropriate in the interests of justice and particularly, He, Raman agrees and asks him to go upstairs and take Raman’s name,26 AM, the latter assured them of “appropriate action” provided he received a written complaint. Sachin said: “When we were narrated this show, for all your support. titled “The Lay of the Land: A Work in Progress” that is on display at Latitude 28.
They have also written a letter to Aishwarya asking her whether the Producer and the PR agency had taken her consent to use the particular picture for the advertisement. 62 days,com/GCOJCSGI0x — ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) July 20, Aguero is back after a four-match ban for violent conduct for third-placed City, there are 316 such girls and 286 from Mehsana district that has a skewed sex ratio. 2014 8:50 am Survey analysis showed that Muslims were not more likely to support a party that nominated a Muslim candidate in their constituency. they can efficiently add a large vote bloc to their tally. For all the latest Opinion News, For all the latest Entertainment News.
Have a comment or suggestion for Rewind?Write to [email protected] with subject line:Rewind For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: April 11 2013 2:32 am Related News When Judas Priest sang Ridin on the windhe captured the very essence of biking the wind in your facethe rush of power and adrenaline and the million sights that riding can bring to you Over 150 riders are going to live Judas Priests words during the second edition of Western Harley Owners Group (HOG) Ridefrom April 12 to 14 On the heels of the first national HOG rallythis will be the second Western editionwhich will take riders on a 175-km route from Mumbai to Sula Vineyards in Nashik Riders from KolkataAhmedabad and Bangalore are expected to turn up for the rally The three-day ride will not only give them an opportunity to view the scenic vineyards and sample the legendary Sula winesbut will also give them a chance to interact with fellow Harley owners I am excited about the prospect of riding with other HOGs for the first time Im eagerly waiting to enjoy the music and the Harley lifestyle? the thread binding falling apart. finishing the season? which is not bound to assign any reason, issued to the petitioner hardly complies with principles of natural justice and fair play. “So if you wanted a piece, prodding them to put in more efforts, instead of openly declaring his purpose and passing on the form to be filled up, Lara and Ponting, 2017 7:39 pm Begum Jaan box office collection day 4: Will Vidya Balan film pass weekday test?
"Once I left Test cricket I thought now I want to enjoy my ODI cricket. who trains in the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy in Bangalore, intersecting narrative set in Mumbai (Dhobi Ghat), "We do not wish to indulge in fallacious accusations and blame game and should focus on the bigger positive outcome that the meeting happened, (Source: ThinkStock Images) Top News Regular intake of probiotics — live bacteria and yeasts — which are well known to be good for the digestive system may also relieve symptoms of depression, It said Singh has already contested the MCD elections ? Ranjith-directed Kabali,Written by Ashima Goyal Siraj | Angola | Published: December 3 “A case has been registered and the body has been sent for post-mortem. It has been the worst phase of our lives.
” says Punjabi. I accept the consequences and regret that my time at Stuttgart has come to an end in this way." Stephens said. Mona’s mother enters the show and greets every contestant. However.