Indian Wells (United States): Ailing world number three Alexander Zverev crashed out of the ATP Indian Wells Masters, where Novak Djokovic’s third round match was suspended by rain with one game completed. Jan-Lennard Struff, ranked 55th in the world, notched his first victory over Zverev in five tries, breaking him once in the first set and three times in the second for a 6-3, 6-1 victory. “I’ve been sick for a week,” said the 21-year-old Zverev, who lost the Acapulco final to Australian Nick Kyrgios the week before Indian Wells began. “That hasn’t changed, unfortunately. Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football together”I think I just got unlucky, I got a virus somewhere and that’s how it is.” Zverev, the owner of three Masters 1000 titles who has never made it to the quarter-finals at Indian Wells, said he would now focus on recuperating and preparing for the Miami Masters, where he’ll be hoping to improve on his runner-up finish to John Isner last year. “Now it’s about getting healthy and about recovering and preparing myself for Miami, because Miami is the tournament I do well in, history-wise,” he said. “Here I have always struggled.” Despite the circumstances, Struff was delighted to get a first win over Zverev. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open”Yeah, 6-3, 6-1, it’s amazing,” he said. “Played a good match. He was missing some shots today, but at the end of the day I’m very happy with that.” Struff next faces 13th-seeded Canadian Milos Raonic, who rallied from 4-1 down in the third set to beat US qualifier Marcos Giron 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. Giron, 25, looked set to claim the biggest win of a career that has been hindered by two hip operations when he took a 4-1 lead in the third set. But Raonic, runner-up at Indian Wells in 2016, called on all of his experience to turn things around against the American, who had never won two ATP Tour matches in a row until this week. “He came up with the goods and definitely pushed me sort of to the brink there where I was getting a little bit frustrated,” Raonic said. “I just kept trying to plug away. There were two games that I had break chances to get back into the third, and I didn’t make it count. Luckily I made the last two count. “I’m proud of the way I competed today. That’s what got me through,” said Raonic, who fell to Struff in the first round at Dubai last month. World number one Novak Djokovic, playing his first tournament since grabbing a record seventh Australian Open title in January, completed just one game against unseeded German Philipp Kohlschreiber before rain swept across the California desert. The duo were sent to the locker room and with no break in the weather in sight organizers suspended play for the night, with the match to resume on Tuesday. The winner will face in-form Frenchman Gael Monfils, who rolled past Albert Ramos Vinolas 6-0, 6-3. Monfils won his eighth career title at Rotterdam in February, followed up that performance with a run to the semi-finals in Dubai. In other early matches, 40-year-old Ivo Karlovic defeated India’s Prajnesh Gunneswaran 6-3, 7-6 (7/3). The Croatian veteran will face Austrian seventh seed Dominic Thiem, who beat France’s Gilles Simon 6-3, 6-1.
WHO has received reports of 10 deaths from the deadly virus among a total of 12 suspected cases, the agency said today, noting that like previous outbreaks, the cases have been confined to the northeastern region of the country. “WHO and its partners will work with the Gabonese authorities to contain the disease and to prevent any potential spread in local communities,” said Dr. Mike Ryan, Coordinator of Global Alert and Response at WHO headquarters in Geneva. “It is very important that there is an effective and coordinated international response to this outbreak.” Gabon’s first verified Ebola outbreak occurred in December 1994 in gold mining encampments, WHO said. Two other epidemics were confirmed in February 1996, when 13 people became ill after butchering a dead chimpanzee they had found, and later that year in October.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) this week began feeding survivors of recent flooding in southwestern Nepal, nearly 80,000 people affected by extensive flooding who are believed to be cut off from regular access to food and shelter.“Over the weekend the country was again pounded by heavy rainfall, but we’ve been able to get enough food out to feed nearly 50,000 people for seven days,” said Richard Ragan, WFP’s Country Director for Nepal.Working with the Nepal Red Cross Society, WFP will provide rice, oil, lentils, and salt, worth some US$500,000, to feed people over the next month in four western districts of Nepal.“Our operations are underway and working with Nepal Red Cross we plan to make sure that food isn’t a problem for the victims of this tragic crisis,” Mr. Ragan said. “While much of the world’s attention is focused on the ongoing peace process in Nepal, it is important that we also respond to the very real and immediate needs of these victims of a terrible natural disaster.”WFP is also working closely with the Government of Nepal and the Red Cross to determine what kind of medium and longer term recovery needs might be necessary. The UN humanitarian agency anticipates that needs are likely to rise over the rest of this year as the districts of Banke and Bardiya are important rice producing areas for Nepal where flooding has washed away much of the upcoming crop.“If the government identifies the need for additional international support, we are prepared to help,” Mr. Ragan pledged.Since June of this year, the agency has also been working to feed 225,000 people in the remote parts of western Nepal affected by ongoing drought.But funds are low; only about 40 per cent of what is needed is available, and most of this came from temporary WFP sources. Tony Banbury, WFP’s Asia Director said it is “critical” that international donors step forward and provide resources necessary to make the agency’s continued assistance possible.
“Remittances are vital for millions of families, helping them to address their own development goals, but we can help them do more and build their longer-term future,” said Gilbert Houngbo, the President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).Last year, 200 million migrants sent $481 billion to remittances-reliant countries. Of this amount, $466 billion went to developing countries and there are estimates that between 2015 and 2030, remittances sent to developing countries could cross $6.5 trillion.According to IFAD, after spending remittances on basic needs such as food, housing, education and health, a sizable amount – over $100 billion, still remains – presenting a large pool of resources, which can then be invested in financial and tangible assets such as savings or small business development that help families build their future.These productive activities can also create jobs and transform economies, in particular in rural areas, added IFAD.“Given appropriate investment options, customized to their circumstances and goals, remittance families will invest more and become agents of change in their communities,” urged Mr. Houngbo.The IFAD President’s call comes against the backdrop of the recent designation, by the UN General Assembly, of 16 June as the International Day of Family Remittances, originally created by the IFAD Governing Council.Proclaiming the International Day, the General Assembly also recognized the “transformative impact” of remittances, including those from migrants, for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and in supporting long term development strategies.
Salcombe RNLI Lifeboat tasked to Blackpool Sands, whale appears to be entangled.— RNLI Salcombe (@RNLISalcombe) April 1, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A humpback whale that attracted crowds of whale-watchers had to be rescued for a second time this weekend after becoming entangled in fishing nets.Lifeboat crews said the huge mammal knew they were trying to help and was “very cooperative”. Free Again!! Great team work RNLI Salcombe, RNLI Dart along with two Divers. pic.twitter.com/YdgSxrkHCj— RNLI Salcombe (@RNLISalcombe) April 1, 2017 30 minutes after being tasked to help in setting free a trapped whale RNLISalcombe volunteer crews training with Coast Guard air rescue team pic.twitter.com/xUZb3nHZgU— RNLI Salcombe (@RNLISalcombe) March 22, 2017 The whale is believed to have been travelling north, but had stopped in the area to make the most of feeding from plankton and small fish.Rescuers said the animal appeared to be uninjured after it was set free. A spokesman for the RNLI said: “Initially the divers thought they may be able to free the whale relatively easily.”However, the line was caught around the whale’s tail so it would have been extremely dangerous for the divers to be in the water if she whipped her tail back once free.” The whale was caught up in fishing gearCredit:SWNS It’s like a scene from Mission Impossible, a crew member is leaning off the boat with a knife attempting to cut it free! Amazing! pic.twitter.com/ayHhqX6SNp— Henry Kirkwood 🦅 (@HenryKirkwood92) March 22, 2017 Just a week ago the whale had to be cut free on the Devon shoreline.And on Saturday it was caught up in whelk pot lines off a fishing vessel, prompting the RNLI to be called in. Dan Jarvis of British Divers Marine Life Rescue told the BBC: “Fortunately this time it was a much easier operation and with the experience we had from the last time, it was all done and dusted in about an hour.”The whale was quite exhausted, but they’re very intelligent animals, so I’d like to think it knew we were trying to help and was very cooperative.” Crew members in special orange overalls and plastic helmets worked to release the distressed whale, which was spurting sprays of water.The spokesman said: “The divers eventually freed the whale successfully by lifting the whale’s tail out of the water as far as the could, and cutting the line around it’s tail.”No injuries were sustained by the divers, and the whale also appears to be uninjured.” A larger lifeboat suitable for poor weather conditions was called upon to help out, and two more volunteers boarded the fishing boat.
“In the days of the big direct running, he might be the final bastion along with Gordon (D’Arcy) for the smaller centre who is a creator of play rather than a direct runner.”In no fixture has that been better illustrated than when Ireland play France (or when Leinster play Toulon next month): Mathieu Bastareaud, the man mountain who has given O’Driscoll some of the roughest rides of career, did so once again today. ‘ONE MORE YEAR,’ they chanted. And who could have blamed them.2013 seemed like a fitting enough number for Brian O’Driscoll to finish on.However, aside from the magical interventions in the Millennium Stadium, the first five months of the year could only force you to think: ’No. It can’t end like this.’‘Not in the Amlin Challenge Cup, that’s not right.’‘Not battered and scarred in a disastrous Six Nations for Ireland.’‘There are records still unbroken, Brian.’‘Not in that Roman sin-bin.’‘One. More. Year.’ Yes!“There was a bit of bullying both ways really, going back quite a few months,” said head coach Joe Schmidt after BOD’s big leaving do against Italy last week. But as immense as the French 13 is, he could not outshine the man opposite him. Not today. It’s so rare in sport that a life’s work is given the ending it deserves, but that is precisely what O’Driscoll received today.“I’m so delighted to go out on this high,” he told RTE before the tears came flooding out at the mention of the last Schmidt team talk he would hear.“It’s exactly what you would have wanted, to have a second Six Nations medal around my neck.”His second Six Nations medal in his 141st and final international cap. Athletes are supposed to deteriorate with age, but O’Driscoll has continued to set a high bar. He has changed over the years; the creativity was always there, but young O’Driscoll’s speed and ability to operate purely as a strike-runner, naturally drew the attention away. What a difference a year makes. Source: INPHOHis instant control of the oval ball was previously best illustrated by a host of tries scored by picking a ball effortlessly off the turf while barely breaking stride. These days, as he freely admits, the tries have become more rare. He has scored only one for Ireland since 2011, but the frequency with which was he is assisting or creating scores never abated.The win in Paris showed another side of his game that makes him great – the man who revels in trench warfare. When there is no gap, O’Driscoll is the ball carrier Ireland call on to set a base, to make vital inches over the gainline and to set an attack in motion.When the opposition run (and France run at Ireland like few others can dream of) the 35-year-old body shakes off the pain of a briefly treated injury. He shakes off the memory of early missed tackles.He goes low on Bastareaud, he forces the error. And when the rest of the team is at panic stations, he is a calm head in a patched together Ireland backline.Whoever Joe Schmidt selects as his replacement this summer has an enormous task, because right down to the last minute of his 15 years in green, O’Driscoll has been pivotal to a nation’s hopes.‘One more year?’ His French interviewer asked after the glorious sound of the final whistle came.Absolutely not!There is no need. Records have been broken, frustration washed away, 12 months have brought medals to replaced the scars. Brian O’Driscoll bows out of international rugby at the very top.It’s how it was meant to be.Twitter reacts to Ireland’s dramatic Six Nations defeat of FranceOut of 10: How Ireland rated in this evening’s Six Nations victory over France
By John Fallon IT’s NOT QUITE the life of a professional athlete but Tipperary hurler Ronan Maher is revelling in having taken a year off from study and work.The 22-year old graduated from Mary Immaculate College in Limerick last year and plans on going forward to do secondary school teaching next September, and in the meantime is enjoying concentrating on hurling.“My plan is to do secondary teaching so I’ve applied for a good few colleges for next year and please God one of them will offer me a position. I have an Arts degree from Mary I. I’m just taking the year out, chilling and concentrating on training.“I did my Leaving Cert when I was 17 and went straight to college and have been studying for the last four years and I wanted to take that break out and be fully tuned in going back to my post-grad, it’s a two-year course and I will be well prepared for that.“But I would have probably have taken the year out anyway if I wasn’t hurling and get the head back and refresh and concentrate on going back in.”The demands of underage hurling and the Fitzgibbon Cup have meant busy winters for the Thurles Sarsfields clubman, so the break from that has helped him as well.“From previous years I have been hurling club from U-21 up to Christmas and then you are brought straight back into Fitzgibbon and pre-season with the seniors. It’s a pretty hectic time of the year but I suppose this year I can concentrate on my county, do all the training, all the pre-season with them, all the fitness and all the gym.“It’s a big help, there are not teams pulling out of you here and there, you’re not trying to keep everyone happy and there is not as much pressure on you. It’s nice to concentrate on just the one team at the minute.”A loss away to Clare and a good home win over Waterford have set Tipperary up for Saturday’s showdown at Semple Stadium against Davy Fitzgerald’s high-flying Wexford.Maher was moved out to midfield against Waterford and revelled in the position, scoring 0-4 in the win, including a superb sideline.“I suppose naturally my favourite position is in the half-back line but I like the challenge of coming out midfield and I suppose the last few days it took a bit of getting used to but I thought I got on well and I came into as it went on and am getting used to it but you never know with Michael Ryan, you could be playing anywhere and that’s the challenge he gives you going out.“Wexford got off to a good start, they have two wins from two. They coming down to Thurles on Saturday night and it will be a tough challenge for us. They are physical, they are really fit and Davy has them in prime condition and we are awaiting the challenge.“They’re similar enough to Waterford with the running off the shoulder and they’re very fit at the minute. We have to track their runners and so on but we’ll concentrate on ourselves, on our own tactics, rather than dwelling too much on Wexford,” added Maher.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Share92 Tweet Email2 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Feb 14th 2018, 10:01 AM 15 Comments https://the42.ie/3851072 Tyrone star Tiernan McCann ruled out for the rest of the league with broken kneecapPlaying in a Connacht final 10 days after appendix surgery and swapping New York for Corofin Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO 36,235 Views Short URL Follow us: the42.ie Image: Morgan Treacy/INPHO Wednesday 14 Feb 2018, 3:05 PM ‘I’m just taking the year out, chilling and concentrating on training’ Tipperary defender Ronan Maher is focusing on hurling before he starts a post-graduate course in September.
By Órla Ryan http://jrnl.ie/3107694 File photo of River Shannon Image: Shutterstock/Kwiatek7 Monday 28 Nov 2016, 6:50 PM File photo of River Shannon Short URL 7 Comments Four men who launched boat on River Shannon had been drinking and taking drugs One man died after the boat capsized. 27,485 Views Nov 28th 2016, 6:50 PM Image: Shutterstock/Kwiatek7 Share24 Tweet Email1 THE CONSUMPTION OF alcohol and/or drugs played a role in a fatal boating accident on the River Shannon earlier this year, the Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) has found.In the early hours of Thursday, 4 February, four young men took a boat from Castleconnell Boat Club in Limerick and launched it into the River Shannon. The boat capsized and the men had to be rescued, with one later dying in hospital.In its report into the accident, the MCIB said the men “had been taking drugs and/or drinking alcohol since the previous afternoon”.“The river was very high and was flowing very fast due to the weather conditions of the previous months.“After a short period, they realised that the boat was taking on water and they could no longer control it properly. The men managed to guide the boat into the trees onto a spit of land … The boat was tipped over as it grounded on submerged rocks and was pushed into the trees and the men were thrown into the shallow water.The strong current forced the upturned boat against the trees and the leg of one of the men became trapped under the capsized boat and another man’s feet became trapped in undergrowth.“In very challenging circumstances and after an extended rescue operation by several emergency services the men were rescued. One of the men was unresponsive and was later pronounced dead at Limerick University Hospital. Post-mortem results state that the cause of death was due to drowning.”In its conclusions, the report states: “The consumption of drugs and/or alcohol over a protracted period of time affected the judgement of the four men leading them to take risks that, otherwise, they would not have considered.It is possible that they may not have been aware of their limitations in ability to handle a boat and the assessment of the dangerous water conditions.It goes on to note that the men “lacked any experience of boats and boat handling” and had no safety equipment on board.Read: Man dies after boat taken from boat club capsizes on River Shannon Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Marcello Lippi has given his verdict on the AC Milan- Juventus encounter and labelled Manchester United’s recent victory in Turin a fluke.“Anything can happen in a one-off game,” Lippi told Football Italia via La Gazzetta dello Sport.“Milan are improving, but they really need to have Gonzalo Higuain in the box, so they’ll hope he recovers in time.”Juve have dropped points only twice this season, a draw against Genoa and a loss to Manchester United with two late goals, but World Cup winner Lippi was not impressed by Jose Mourinho’s approach.“That win was a fluke. Manchester United defended for 85 minutes, could’ve conceded four goals, Juve hit the woodwork twice, then they won with a free kick and basically an own goal. Juve will be very angry at their first defeat of the season, especially losing it that way.“Massimiliano Allegri is one of the best Coaches in the world. It’s not easy to win everything he has, not to mention reaching the Champions League Final twice. I can say that as someone who reached four Finals and unfortunately only won one of them.“Allegri reads the game well and is smart with his substitutions. He makes sure everyone feels important and rotates the squad because a truly big club needs to have 20 first choice players.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“You can see the way he has developed and enriched Rodrigo Bentancur, teaching him to cover different roles in midfield.“Everyone loves Rino Gattuso, but he’s more than just a really nice guy. Grit is not enough at that level. His teams are organised, they try to play the ball. He has already done well against Juve and has everything it takes to be a fine Coach.”How would Lippi advise Milan and Gattuso to close down Cristiano Ronaldo?“People talk about building a cage for him, doubling or tripling the marking, but he might have three players around him and leave room for a teammate to score instead.“I worked with Zinedine Zidane, the essence of football, the greatest I ever had. Ronaldo is a goal-scoring machine and at the end of the day, that makes him more effective.“All Milan can do is play to the best of their abilities, stay solid, concentrated and hope Suso or Higuain can score.”
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes Niko Kovac has his players back on side after having discussions with some of the players following a poor start to the season.The Bavarians got a 3-0 win over the Kovac’s former club Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, as Franck Ribery scored a brace and Rafinha rounded things off late on.The victory was Bayern’s fifth in a row in the Bundesliga, suggesting an upturn in their fortunes in the league.The German champions go into the mid-season break six points behind league leaders Borussia Dortmund and look certain to mount a title challenge when the league resumes next month.Rummenigge is of the opinion that talks with certain players have helped Kovac turn the club’s season around, despite having come close to losing his job.“Niko and the team are one again,” he said, according to FourFourTwo.Match Preview: RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 RB Leipzig will have the chance to prove their title-winning capabilities when they host Bayern Munich today at 18:30 (CET).“There have been discussions with Niko and some players, which has led a bit to the team re-joining with the coach.”“It was important that we reacted well, which has made the team very well with the coach.”Meanwhile, Kovac revealed he was impressed with the way his team raised their game after a nervy start, accepting they made mistakes in the first 20 minutes.“It was a really good game of our team after the first 20 minutes, because we did not manage to stop the counter-attack or we made one or the other mistakes [early on],” Kovac told reporters.“After that, we raised what we wanted. We ran the ball fast with few touches, so the opponent did not get into the pressing. The last games were very good, that’s what makes Bayern the winner.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 12, 2016 – Police are investigating the damage over the weekend to two Immigration Department vehicles. Magnetic Media was today informed of the vandalism which happened first on Saturday night, then on Sunday night. One Immigration Department employee believes the damages are retaliation for them doing their jobs, especially in the Snake Hill area of Blue Hills.Police today also issued clarification in a media release in the hopes of ending rumors about those joint operations engineered to flush out illegal migrants.“The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) have recently become aware of rumors circulating within the Blue Hills area of Providenciales, that recent policing operations in and around Snake Hill were being conducted at the request of local political party.RTCIPF can categorically state that this is not the case and that recent operations in that area were intelligence led and carried out and authorized through an appropriate tasking and coordinating process that does not involve anyone from any political party.”Police Commissioner James Smith stated that, “the RTCIPF have operational independence and are not affiliated to any political party, in addition all operational decisions are made based upon current intelligence and all subsequent operations are duly authorized solely by a senior member of the RTCIPF.”Both Immigration vehicles were parked at the Sam Harvey Building, down town Provo. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News Tags: Comic-Con 2018 FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, July 19, 2018 Preview of Comic-Con’s “From The Bridge” panel Posted: July 19, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A special preview for the film, “From The Bridge” is happening at Comic-Con Thursday night. It’s a documentary on the evolution of science fiction. The film’s writer and director, Spencer Lee, and Greg Grunberg, who will serve as a moderator for Thursday’s panel.For more information, click here.
Actor-dancer Faisal Khan, who had started his career with the Dance India Dance trophy, is no longer a child. Faisal is currently shinning playing his first lead as an adult in Chandragupta Maurya as well as juggling with Nach Baliye as he dances away with girlfriend Muskaan Kataria. Already having won two reality shows, Dance India Dance and Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, Faisal brings a lot of excitement and anticipation whenever he steps on to the dance stage!In the second episode of Nach Baliye, the duo was seen giving stellar performances on the song, ‘Banja tu meri raani”, with immense chemistry which lead them to a perfect score and a Hi-5!During a conversation with host Maniesh Paul, Faisal revealed that their romantic tale started with a phone charger, when Faisal lent his phone charger to Muskaan who was obscure about Faisal’s popularity as an actor.Their love story was very much encircled in their performance by their choreographer Omkar Shinde. Judge Ahmed Khan appreciated their performance saying that they set the stage on fire while judge Raveena Tandon added that the dance brilliantly and the right song was given to the right couple.Earlier, talking to International Business Times, Faisal Khan had revealed, “I have always either won the reality shows or have been the finalist. It is like my reputation is on stake. It is not going to be easy, because this time I am not doing it alone or with a professional dancer. I am going to dance with my girlfriend Muskaan, who is a complete non-dancer. I think it will be a little difficult for me but we are going to try our best and attempt to put in our best in the show, so that I can accomplish my hat-trick of winning the reality shows.”
The World Berries International Sisterhood Open House and Interest Meeting will be held 6 p.m., Nov. 22 at the Grind House Juice Bar, 2431 St. Paul Street in Baltimore.World Berries is a mentoring and rites of passage program for girls 6-13. For additional information visit worldberries.org or call Mama Ngina at 443-857-0352.
Have you seen our new TV ad?Our brand new TV advert, voiced by former Doctor Who Matt Smith, launches our very first national advertising campaign. It’s is a playful story about seeing travel (and indeed the world!) through the eyes of a child.Children see the world around them with a sense of wonder. To them there are no limits or barriers, and everything seems easy. It’s a much simpler and fairer world.Likewise, we think the world of travel should be as simple, fair, honest and enjoyable, and that is what we’ve tried to get across in this, our first-ever commercial.The song that we used is a rerecording of Ronnie Gesser’s ‘If I could see the world through your eyes’, by Zara McFarlane. Zara’s rich and soulful voice has won over critics, fans and garnered a MOBO nomination with her 2011 album ‘Until Tomorrow’, and has just released a wonderful new album, If You Knew Her.Watch the advert here:http://www.youtube.com/embed/Lio0r5zDDFIReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedHolly Willoughby has Skyscanner on her Windows phoneSkyscanner features on new Windows Phone TV advertEnter our #DestinationDraw competition!Win a trip to a mystery destination in our new competitionT-Mobile chooses Terminal 5 for latest flashmob adT-Mobile chooses Terminal 5 for latest flashmob ad
El Paso, TX – Dos Lunas Spirits is proud to announce new distributor partnerships in four additional states throughout the United States this week. The award-winning tequila brand will be recognized in Arkansas by Moon Distributing Inc., in Kansas through Standard Beverage Corporation and Oklahoma and Louisiana will be represented by Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC). With the addition of these two Texas border-states, RNDC already distributes Dos Lunas Tequila in eight states of the seventeen the company delivers to.This growth is consistent with the company’s brand promise to rapidly expand throughout the United States and to be available in every U.S. state by the end of 2009. Richard C. Poe II, CEO of Dos Lunas Tequila stated, “This is an exciting time for the company. Becoming licensed and beginning distribution in four states in the same week is a large milestone.”Dos Lunas Tequila currently consists of four chemical-free tequilas including triple distilled Dos Lunas Silver, nine-month aged Dos Lunas Reposado, 18-month aged Dos Lunas Anejo, and ten-year aged Dos Lunas Grand Reserve.Dos Lunas Tequila is available in 18 states including: Texas, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and can also be found in Wisconsin, Michigan, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, Illinois, California and Alberta, Canada.Dos Lunas Tequila produces a line of award-winning ultra-premium tequila made from 100% estate grown Blue Agave. Headquartered in El Paso, TX, Dos Lunas Tequila is all-natural and chemical free. For more information, please visit www.doslunas.com or call 866.DE.AGAVE.
Kim Kardashian West shares first photo of her family of 5 LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Kim Kardashian West has shared the first photo of her family of five.The reality star posed with husband Kanye West, daughters North and Chicago, and son Saint in the photo, which was taken on Easter.Kardashian wrote on Facebook : “I don’t think you really understand how hard it is to take a good family pic.” She said it was all they got before “all three kids started crying.”The 37-year-old said she thought she also cried.She also tweeted that while she was holding her baby, Chicago, in one hand, her other hand had ahold of Saint, who kept running away. by The Associated Press Posted Apr 5, 2018 9:37 am PDT Last Updated Apr 5, 2018 at 10:01 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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