Instagram/HubbarthESPN’s Cassidy Hubbarth is one of the network’s rising stars, there’s no doubt. Hubbarth, who joined the Worldwide Leader back in 2010, hosts NBA Tonight on ESPN2, works the desk for ESPN News and occasionally gets the look for SportsCenter. You’ll probably be seeing more of her in the near future, too.Where is she from? What has her career looked like? What are her interests? And is she single? We’ve got those answers and more, along with a few photos.In Photos: Everything You Need To Know About Cassidy Hubbarth Pages: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7
The Canadian PressMELFORT, Sask. – Police say they have found the remains of a little boy who disappeared in Prince Albert, Sask., in the spring.Sweetgrass Kennedy was last seen on May 10 and Prince Albert police had said evidence suggested the four-year-old fell into the North Saskatchewan River.Hundreds of volunteers looked for the boy in the community at the time, covering 160 kilometres of riverbank.His body was found Saturday after Melfort RCMP received a report of human remains along the North Saskatchewan riverbank near James Smith Cree Nation.Evidence at the scene was sent to Saskatoon for examination by a forensic pathologist and forensic anthropologist.Police say the coroner confirmed the boy’s firstname.lastname@example.org
Annette Hollett testified Thursday that she went to a Muskrat Falls protest in Oct. 2016 because her 12-year-old son said he wanted to stand up for his culture. Editor’s Note: As a journalist with the online publication theIndependent.ca, Justin Brake followed the land protectors onto the Muskrat Falls site and workers accomodations complex and covered the duration of the occupation. He is facing criminal and civil charges from the event.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsA Métis woman who lives in Labrador told a judge Thursday that when she went through the gates and briefly joined the occupation of the Muskrat Falls site in October 2016, she was doing it for her 12-year-old son.Annette Hollett, who moved to Labrador from Alberta 15 years ago, is one of more than a dozen land protectors in provincial Supreme Court in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this week defending themselves against charges of violating a court injunction in the course of resisting the controversial hydroelectric project in Central Labrador.Despite living with post traumatic stress disorder and social anxiety, she recalled in her testimony, Hollett took her son, who is Inuit, to the peace camp across the Trans Labrador Highway from the main entrance to the Muskrat Falls site, where upward of 200 people were gathered that day.“My son asked to go to stand up for his beliefs,” Hollett told APTN in an interview following her testimony, referring to the Oct. 22, 2016 Indigenous-led protest outside the Muskrat Falls site, which led to an occupation of the project’s accommodations complex.“He was born here so he wanted to fight for what he thought was his rights. And I’m his parent, so I supported him.”With just one day left in the scheduled week-long hearings only three land protectors have testified, while a dozen remain. Earlier in the week APTN reported that 17 land protectors were pleading not guilty but learned today that two changed their pleas and won’t appear in court this week.Nalcor Energy, the provincial crown energy corporation building the dam, was granted an injunction on Oct. 16, 2016 amid an ongoing blockade of the Muskrat Falls site by land protectors.The following day RCMP arrested several land protectors and ended the blockade. But a few days later, amid growing resistance to the project ahead of anticipated reservoir flooding and projected methylmercury contamination of traditional foods, dozens of people reinstated the blockade.Days later, on Oct. 22, about 50 land protectors went through the project’s main access gate and occupied the worker’s accommodations complex for four days.Most of those on trial this week are facing charges related to the occupation, while others are accused of breaching the injunction during protests and ceremonies carried out in late 2016 and early to mid 2017.Mark Gruchy, the lawyer representing land protectors, called Hollett, Kim Campbell-McLean and Linda Saunders-McLean to testify.Nalcor attorney Chris King cross-examined the land protectors, using video evidence from media and security workers on site in an attempt to prove that the women knew of the injunction and knowingly contravened it, or ought to have known.The three women all testified they weren’t aware of the injunction at the time a lock on the Muskrat Falls gate was cut, after which they, and dozens of others, flooded through and on to the site.Saunders-McLean, an Inuk social worker who works with Indigenous children, told the court she encountered many security personnel and other workers on the site, and that none of them told her she and the others were breaking the law.Linda Saunders-McLean said in court Thursday that she doesn’t “think anyone owns a piece of land and can destroy it to the extent it’s destroyed.” Justin Brake/APTN photo.During her cross-examination Saunders-McLean got emotional, in one instance while explaining her mother recently passed away, and in another while recalling the destruction she saw while walking more than 11 kilometres down the access road to the worker’s camp on Oct. 22.“I don’t think anyone owns a piece of land and can destroy it to the extent it’s destroyed,” she said, as she began to cry,Justice George Murphy, who granted Nalcor the injunction two years ago, offered Saunders-McLean to take a break.She chose to continue.“When I walked into that camp and I saw all the destruction, and all these buildings, these temporary structures, it was devastating. I almost threw up, what I saw, because I just think about what had to happen in order to place these buildings there — all the animals, all the wildlife, all the fish.”Breaking free from King’s line of questioning for a moment, the mother and grandmother identified what she thought was an unfair contradiction between the legal system and her Indigenous values.“I know that you guys are taking us and holding us accountable for what we did, but who’s holding you guys accountable for what you’re doing?” she told King. “The flooding. The wildlife. Who’s going to speak for them?”Campbell-McLean, who told the court she was born into a Mi’kmaq family in Newfoundland but was adopted into an Inuit family in North West River when she was five months old, is the Executive Director of the AnanauKatiget Tumingit Regional Association, a not-for-profit organization that helps women in violent relationships.She testified Thursday that she attended the Oct. 22 protest outside the Muskrat Falls site “because that’s where I needed to be.”Asked by Gruchy why she went through the project’s main entry gate, an emotional Campbell-McLean told the court, “I have two children in heaven, but I still have my motherly instincts.”Though the 41-year-old no longer has children of her own, she told the court she’s helping teach her disabled niece Inuit customs such as fishing and preparing traditional foods.“She loves, loves, loves salmon, trout and smelt — it’s her favourite food,” she said.“I want her to have what I had, which was the best Labrador cultural Inuit life. I have never ever had any better life anywhere else in this whole country or this world. I have connections with the land, the water, the animals, our plants — and my niece is getting that connection through me. She needs to have that as an Inuit child. She needs to grow up knowing where her people came from, what they went through to get here, and she needs to be able to provide for her own self through the provision of country foods. That is why I went through the gate.”King questioned whether Campbell-McLean knew of the injunction and willfully went on site despite it.He suggested she was trespassing, to which Campbell-McLean responded, “I assumed I was trespassing.”He also showed evidence of Campbell-McLean at a demonstration outside the main gate about a month after the occupation, during which she was among a group of people who King argued were blocking access to the site.In the video Campbell-McLean could be seen stepping away from a security vehicle as it approached. She argued she wasn’t among those blocking access to the site because she moved away when she saw the vehicle coming.Gruchy told APTN earlier this week that the accusations against his clients of civil contempt for violating a court order would be substantiated if Nalcor could prove each of the land protectors were aware of the injunction, and that they deliberately violated it.The St. John’s-based lawyer also said his “objective is to get people to the other end [of the litigation] with as minimal damage as possible, while attempting to utilize this process to maximize their voices in the process, which they haven’t had much of.”Land protectors occupied the Muskrat Falls worker’s camp two years ago this week. Many are still defending themselves in court against civil and criminal charges for allegedly violating an injunction. Justin Brake/APTN photo.Hollett told the court Thursday that the day the gate was opened at Muskrat Falls her son went through before her, so she followed.During her testimony and in her interview with APTN Hollett said it was part way down the 12 kilometre road to the Muskrat Falls worker’s camp she decided she wanted to join the fight.“As I was walking I heard people express their concerns and I realized I had the same concerns,” she said. “If they’re not going to take my 12-year-old son seriously, maybe they will take me seriously.”She said she used to take her son to the cabin every Friday after school, but that lately they don’t spend as much time on the land because of the risks associated with methylmercury due to Muskrat Falls.“Is it going to be safe to go out and hunt and do what we usually enjoy? Some people look at it as a way of life — and are they going to be able to continue that way of life?” she said.Land protectors will continue their testimonies Friday in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. But the defense isn’t likely to wrap up before the end of the day, so further court dates will likely be scheduled in the near email@example.com@JustinBrakeNews
For more than 20 years, the first man and woman across the Boston Marathon finish line have almost always been athletes from Kenya or Ethiopia. But it was an American woman and a Japanese man who won this year’s open divisions. Desiree Linden was the first American woman to win since 1985, finishing in 2:39:54, the slowest winning time since 1978. The men’s field was similarly sluggish — Yuki Kawauchi’s winning time of 2:15:58 was the slowest since 1976.One likely reason for the unusually slow finishes? Runners faced heavy rain, headwinds and the coldest marathon temperatures in 30 years. Kawauchi was loving the cold, though. “For me, these are the best conditions possible,” he told reporters after the race.
OSU junior catcher Jalen Washington (2) swings at a ball during a game against Bethune-Cookman at Bill Davis Stadium on April 1. Credit: Nathan Rubinstein | Lantern photographerAfter being postponed the night before, the fourth-seeded Ohio State baseball team took the field against the No. 8 seed Iowa Hawkeyes trying to move two games closer to a Big Ten championship.Greg Beals’ team had been riding high coming into Friday winning 13 of its last 15 games. Senior starting pitcher John Havird retired Hawkeye after Hawkeye while the offense dug in and capitalized on nearly every presented opportunity. OSU tacked on two runs in the sixth, and sophomore right fielder Tre’ Gantt singled to straight-away center in the top of the ninth to pad the cushion for OSU, extending the lead to 4-0 over Iowa.However, the smooth-sailing through eight and one-half innings quickly capsized the Buckeyes in the bottom half of the ninth.After receiving eight scoreless innings from senior starter John Havird, OSU called upon sophomore reliever Seth Kinker to finish the game. Kinker, who entered the day with an ERA of 1.33, struggled right out of the gate as he faced the top of the Iowa order.The Hawkeyes strung together four consecutive hits to lead off the inning to cut the deficit to 4-1. Kinker forced senior catcher Daniel Moriel to ground into a double play which did allow one extra run to score. Sophomore first baseman Austin Guzzo singled up the middle to drive in a run and draw Iowa within one. With a runner on first and the score now 4-3, the Buckeyes called on senior left-handed reliever Michael Horejsei to come in and get the final out of the game. The first batter he faced, senior pinch-hitter Jimmy Frankos, was hit by a pitch, putting the winning run on first base. Redshirt sophomore closer Yianni Pavlopoulos was the third reliever of the inning brought in to try and nail down this game. With runners on first and second, Pavlopoulos surrendered a single to redshirt junior Devin Pickett that tied the game up at four.Following a scoreless tenth inning from the Buckeyes, Iowa would load the bases on the strength of a four-pitch walk, a fielder’s choice bunt, and a hit-by-pitch. With a 1-1 count, junior infielder Mason McCoy singled to right center field to send the Hawkeyes home as winners, 5-4 in extras.For many, this harkened back to the demoralizing loss in the first round of last year’s Big Ten tournament with OSU pitted against Iowa. With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, then OSU’s senior closer Trace Dempsey walked a batter and surrendered a walk-off two-run home run to Iowa’s senior infielder Nick Day. OSU was eliminated from the tournament on the next day against No. 6 seed Indiana.Against Iowa, John Havird gave up only two hits with no walks and four strikeouts in eight scoreless frames while Iowa senior starting pitcher Tyler Peyton struck out five and issued no walks over seven innings of five hit, three run baseball. Peyton struck out five and walked none, but hit two batters with pitches. Neither starter factored into the decision.The Buckeyes will hope to stave off elimination and continue their run in this year’s Big Ten tournament where they will take on the fifth-seeded Michigan Wolverines at 10 p.m. on Friday. OSU defeated the Wolverines 8-3 on Wednesday night.
No Big Ten team has won a football game this year. Despite 2011 embarking on just its third day, five Big Ten teams have taken to the gridiron. All five have failed. On a New Year’s Day that will live in conference infamy, Northwestern, Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State and Wisconsin all came up short. Three of those schools — Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State — perpetuated southerners’ favorite notion that the Big Ten can’t hang with the SEC. Mississippi State, Alabama and Florida thumped their Midwest adversaries by a combined score of 138-45. In late November, Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee questioned the merits of schools from non-BCS conferences. He said TCU and Boise State, then ranked No. 3 and No. 4 in the BCS, respectively, weren’t worthy of a shot at the national title. “I do know, having been both a Southeastern Conference president and a Big Ten president, that it’s like murderer’s row every week for (the BCS conference) schools,” Gee told The Associated Press. “We do not play the Little Sisters of the Poor. We play very fine schools on any given day.” TCU beat Wisconsin 21-19 to cap off an undefeated season in the Rose Bowl. Wisconsin was the only team to knock off Gee’s Buckeyes. Even incoming Big Ten member Nebraska lost last week in the Holiday Bowl to Washington, an opponent it defeated 56-21 on Sept. 18. The Cornhuskers totaled 189 yards of offense, a far cry from the 533 yards they amassed against the Huskies three months earlier. Iowa’s win over Missouri in the Insight Bowl on Tuesday and Illinois’ victory over Baylor in the Texas Bowl on Wednesday have the Big Ten sitting at 2-5 overall. The Big Ten isn’t the only conference to struggle this bowl season, however. None of the BCS conferences has blown away the competition, and only the ACC (4-3) and the Big East (3-2) have compiled winning records. That’s the same Big East scorned by many after sending unranked, four-loss Connecticut to the Fiesta Bowl, which the Huskies lost 48-20 to Oklahoma on Saturday. ACC champion Virginia Tech faces Stanford in tonight’s Orange Bowl. Before Saturday’s trifecta against the Big Ten, the SEC had been 0-3. The Big 12 is 3-4, while the Pac-10 is 1-1. OSU can salvage what’s left of the Big Ten bowl season by knocking off SEC foe Arkansas in Tuesday’s Sugar Bowl. The Buckeyes and Razorbacks have never played, but OSU has never won a bowl game against an SEC opponent (0-9). “I know personally — I have lost three in a row against the SEC,” said OSU coach Jim Tressel. “I’m not tired of hearing about it. It’s a reminder to me of just how good the SEC is in football.”
Ohio State junior guard Aaron Craft was chosen as the Academic All-America Team Member of the Year for Division I men’s basketball by Capital One Thursday. Craft, a native of Findlay, Ohio, is a nutrition major who has plans to go on to medical school. He holds a 3.92 GPA. He was named to the Capital One Academic All-America for the second consecutive year, and also received the NCAA Elite 89 Award for highest GPA at the 2012 NCAA Tournament Final Four. The award is given to student-athletes who are either varsity starters or key reserves with at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA. The athletes must also be at least a sophomore in both athletic and academic standings and be nominated by their sports information director. The athlete is then selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, a 2,800 member national organization made up of public and media relations and communications professionals in all levels of U.S. and Canadian college athletics. Craft leads the Buckeyes in steals with 51 this season. He also holds OSU records for steals in a season with 98 and for assists in a game with 15. This season, he averages 9.2 points, 4.6 assists and two steals per game. Craft has played an average of 33 minutes per game, second only to the Buckeyes’ lead scorer, junior forward Deshaun Thomas. Craft has also been named to the Big Ten’s All-Freshman Team (2011), a third-team All-Big Ten selection (2012), the Big Ten All-Defensive Team twice (2011, 2012) and was Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year for 2012. He also earned the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award for 2012. OSU currently holds a 19-7 record and is ranked No. 18 by the AP poll. The Buckeyes are set to play Michigan State Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
Senator Peter Micciche (R-K-Pen) is the sponsor of the bill: “The Rules Chair (LeDoux) suggested in an interview that she is waiting for some negotiation, and I will just tell you that I don’t trade. I don’t look at legislation that way, legislation needs to stand on it’s own and if it has support it should go to the floor.” The bill creates exceptions for retail tobacco or e-cigarette stores and for legally operating marijuana businesses, provided they meet certain requirements. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-smokefree-workplace-bill.mp3VmJennifer-on-smokefree-workplace-bill.mp300:00RPd Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Senate Bill 63, the Smokefree Workplace bill, is currently in the House Rules committee. It has passed the Senate and over half of the House has signed on as cosponsors, but one lawmaker is standing in the way of that bill moving any further. State Representative Gabrielle LeDoux chairs the House Rules Committee and decides which bills make it to the floor. She has halted moving the bill, which overwhelmingly passed the Senate last year and enjoys widespread support in the House — half the body’s 40 members have signed as co-sponsors. But LeDoux told reporters last month that the state should not be “cramming down the throats” of municipalities a program they may not want. A similar measure failed in 2016 after clearing the Senate, dying in a different committee that LeDoux then chaired. SB 63 would “[prohibit] smoking in certain places,” covering most workplaces where there is one or more employee.
The S&P BSE Sensex fell 57 points on Tuesday tracking weak global markets and a sharp fall in crude oil prices.The Sensex closed at 26,846 points, down 0.21%, while the 50-share Nifty fell by 11 points, or 0.15%, to end at 8,131.The positive industrial production data for August failed to cheer the markets, as concerns over a spike in inflation in September dampened sentiments.”The Indian equity market closed with marginal losses ignoring impressive Industrial Production data which grew by 6.4% for the month of August. Sentiment took a hit after retail inflation, based on CPI for September increased to 4.41%, from 3.74% the earlier month, on account of higher food prices,” said Amar Ambani, Head of Research, IIFL.Further, the markets were also under pressure from weak global markets. An official data revealed China’s imports fell sharply by 20% to a seven-month low in September against 13.8% decline in August, indicating the country’s still suffers from weak domestic demand.”While the headlines have focused on the weak value data, the pick-up in China’s industrial import volumes suggests that ongoing fiscal stimulus, notably infrastructure spending, and earlier price falls are boosting commodity demand. We expect import volumes to remain strong in coming months, which should help prices to recover further,” said Capital Economics in a note.Domestic stock prices were also pressurized by a 5% decline in global crude oil prices after a report from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) showed that the oil cartel continued to increase its oil output.”OPEC envisages a significantly higher call on OPEC next year. It looks set to be a good 500,000 barrels per day higher than previously anticipated and to increase to 30.8 million barrels per day. The main reason for this is lower than expected non-OPEC production, which is set to decline by 130,000 barrels per day next year. OPEC’s strategy of crowding suppliers with higher production costs out of the market appears to be working, in other words,” said Commerzbank Corporates & Markets. Among the BSE sectoral indices, the IT index was the biggest loser, while Reality ended as the top gainer.Infosys shares extended their losses for the second consecutive session, ending 2.1% down after the company reduced its dollar revenue guidance for the current financial year. HCL Tech stock prices were down nearly 3%.Reliance Capital (up 5.4%), Reliance Infra (up 2.1%), BHEL (up 1.4%), Maruti Suzuki (up 1%) and ITC (up 1%) were the top gainers among the index stocks.ONGC (down 3.6%), Hindalco (down 2.8%), Tata Steel (down 2.3%), Infosys and Bharti Airtel (down 1.2%) were the top losers among Sensex stocks.On the commodities front, gold prices fell by Rs 70 to Rs 26,800 per ten grams, tracking weakness in metal prices in the overseas markets. Silver prices dropped by Rs 200 to Rs 36,800 per kg.The rupee fell by 44 paise to 65.19 against the US dollar on the back of increased dollar demand from banks and imports.
A young girl was gang-raped by unidentified people in Atakora area of Bholakot in Ramganj upazila of Lakshmipur for two days since Monday, reports UNB.Police and locals said Anwar Hossian, son of Jahir Uddin of Char Jabber police station in Noakhali district, called the girl to his rented room of Abdur Rashid’s house in the area on the pretext of marriage. Later, he carried out the sexual assault on her confining her to his rented house for two days. Sensing the incident, Nasir Uddin, brother of Bholakot UP chairman Basir Ahmed and his associate Parvez Hossian, entered the house on Wednesday afternoon citing arbitration and raped the girl. Hearing her screaming, locals caught Anwar and informed police. Later, police detained Anwar and took the girl to Ramganj Upazila Health Complex for treatment. Other accused Nasir and Parvez went into hiding soon after the incident. The victim filed a case at night accusing the trio, making Anwar as prime one, said police.
France’s most iconic attraction, the Eiffel Tower turned pink as part of a push for breast cancer awareness, the media reported on Tuesday. October is breast cancer awareness month and Paris officials did their part to raise awareness by lighting the Eiffel Tower in pink. The illumination is part of the Ruban Rose (pink ribbon which is an international symbol of breast cancer awareness) event launched by Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who witnessed the spectacle on Monday night. Organisers said lighting up the tower in pink was “more than a symbol – it’s a sign of victory over this illness”. The light show in Paris marks France’s 22nd “Pink October” campaign, which will also see information stalls set up at Trocadero, not far from the tower, until Thursday. A series of events including beauty therapy and solidarity marches have also been scheduled.
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German number four cable operator Primacom has agreed €355 million in financing to replace its existing debts, which it says will underpin its growth plans until 2022.In addition to the €355 million in new facilities, comprising a €270 million tranche bearing interest at 4.75% and a second tranche of €85 million bearing interest at 7%, the company has agreed a new €10 million revolving credit facility for general corporate purposes.
Intelsat 29e takes to the airJapanese telco KDDI is using Intelsat’s new high-throughput Epic NG platform to provide regionalised video contribution and backhaul services at the forthcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.Intelsat will support KDDI’s contribution services for a Tier 1 global media customer via a regionalised C-band beam from Intelsat 29e at 310° East, enabling transmission of HDvideo signals from sports venues at the Games to the International Broadcast Centre in Rio.“The ability of Intelsat Epic NG to deliver more megabits per megahertz enables us to provide more efficient, high-quality, video contribution services for our leading media customers. By providing lower-cost, HD video transmission solutions, we are able to differentiate our services offerings to our subscribers. We are leveraging the efficiencies generated by the Intelsat Epic NG platform to grow our business,” said Ikuo Mochizuki, general manager, media sales department, KDDI.“Our globalized network has supported every Games since 1968 and we continue to innovate and work closely with our media customers to ensure that we deliver the most immersive, compelling experience to viewers regardless of location. Intelsat Epic NG is poised to be a game changer this summer, bringing high power and better economics that will enable our customers to extend their reach in a much more efficient manner. We look forward to working closely with KDDI to bring the spirit of the Games into millions of homes across the Asia Pacific,” said Terry Bleakley, regional vice-president, Asia-Pacific, Intelsat.
AMC Networks is localising its flagship AMC channel in Central and Eastern Europe.The US-listed company is replacing its CEE feed in the region with country-specific services in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia.These three services will run in those countries and throughout the region.There is already a dedicated AMC Hungary feed in place.AMC Networks International launched the AMC net outside the US in 2014 after rebranding the MGM channel, which it had acquired as part of a deal for Chellomedia.The channels will have programming grids tailored to local tastes alongside AMC hits The Walking Dead (pictured) and spin-off Fear the Walking Dead. There will also be unspecified shows from AMC’s US production unit AMC Studios.“AMC experienced tremendous local viewership growth in Hungary after the launch of our dedicated local feed,” said Levente B. Málnay, CEO of AMC Networks International – Central Europe.“We believe that launching dedicated AMC feeds in other Central European countries will provide even stronger connections to local audiences and will yield more outstanding results.”
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WHAT? What happened? https://tco/BRHanxHrJL Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) April 15 2016 Write to Katie Reilly at KatieReilly@timecomGunmen suspected to be members of the Boko Haram sect on Sunday launched a fresh attack on Chakawa village of Madagali Local Government area of Adamawa State killing several persons including two policemen According to some residents the heavily armed gunmen invaded the village during Sunday service in the morning A resident who gave his name as Apogu said “They used explosives during the attack on worshippers and many people lost their lives “I cannot actually say how many people were killed but I learnt that about 16 people were evacuated from the church” Another resident told newsmen that some houses were also attacked by the gunmen who took some men as hostage while two policemen an Inspector and a Sergeant who were on guard in the church were killed instantly “I saw some people crying saying that their relations had been taken away as hostage by the gunmen” the resident who preferred anonymity said Chairman of Madagali Local Government Maina Ularamu who confirmed the attack said he could not ascertain casualties figure at the moment Enugu women on Tuesday called on the State government to send Fulani herdsmen packing from the State The angry women who stormed the State House of Assembly in their number said the herdsmen were engaging in serial rape of women They carried placards which read: “Fulani herdsmen are killing our men with AK 47′; ‘All we are saying is Fulani leave our farmlands’ ‘They butchered two men at Eke’ ‘Stop robbing us at the high ways’ ‘Stop raping our women” They alleged that apart from molesting and raping women the herdsmen were equally destroying their farms Leader of the group Mrs Achogaonye Eze who spoke on behalf of the protesting women said unless the herdsmen were stopped their lives would be in grave danger because the herdsmen were always armed with sophisticated weapons Eze who is the wife of Bishop Sostenas Eze of the Enugu North Anglican Diocese pointed out that apart from raping women and killing people in the communities the herdsmen also engaged in robbery and kidnapping She lamented that they were helpless because they had complained to the law enforcement agencies to no avail She disclosed that people were now afraid to go to farm unless they were in groups for fear of rape or outright killing According to her “They have butchered two men who tried to confront them they rape women and destroy their crops “They pretend to be selling bush meat and when you stop over to buy their gang will come out of the bush and rob you of your belongings “They are now wielding AK 47 guns against villagers who confront them; and since the vigilante do not have such sophisticated weapons they are helpless” She added that “our people are molested who now behave as if they own the land If we don’t stop them they may rape your own wives” Addressing the women speaker of the Enugu State House of Assembly HonEdward Ubosi represented by the Public Relations Officer of the House Mr Jonas Ugwuanyi advised them to eschew violence in demonstrating their anger “The issue is a grievous one but I want to advise you to take things easy and channel your complaints to the law enforcement agencies” he advised He however said that the House would look into their grievances with a view to doing something to alleviate their plight “That guy looks amazing. closely followed by 1950 and 1984. the Executive had from January till June this year to submit the budget request. Aug 8 (Reuters) – A tropical storm warning has been lifted for all Hawaii,In life there are very few things you can rely upon1B corruption case.
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“These stationary bands of tropical rain are very hard to time, Ayodele Fayose has reacted to the setting ablaze of a farm belonging to the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, not destruction of his crops by herdsmen. "This is the result of an inappropriate social media post shared by Cllr Carroll on her own Facebook page. but more equal, 18 debate arranged by the North Dakota Newspaper Association in Bismarck, and the October NDNA debate represents a rescheduled meeting of the candidates. Trump told Fox News: "Number one, Perhaps the most vulnerable area is Southern Florida. supplying a DNA sample.
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