CCO TO LAUNCH A TUESDAY AND THURSDAY READERS FORUM

first_imgCCO TO LAUNCH A TUESDAY AND THURSDAY READERS FORUMAFTER MUCH DISCUSSION THE EDITORIAL STAFF OF THE CITY COUNTY OBSERVER HAVE DECIDED TO BRING BACK THE “READERS FORUM” ON A LIMITED BASIS.STARTING TODAY THE CITY COUNTY OBSERVER WILL LAUNCH A TUESDAY AND THURSDAY “READERS FORUM”.ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY WE SHALL CONTINUE PUBLISHING OUR MOST POPULAR “IS IT TRUE” ARTICLES.HERE WE GO. TELL US WHATS ON YOUR MIND CONCERNING FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL ISSUES THAT CONCERN YOU.PLEASE KEEP YOUR COMMENT RESPECTFUL!EDITORS FOOTNOTE: We are asking our readers to “like us” on Facebook and encourage friends and family to do so, as well?If you would like to advertise in the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected] “Readers Poll” question is: Do you feel that “Keep Evansville Beautiful” should take a more active role in keeping political signs off the public right a way?Copyright 2015 City County Observer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributedFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

News story: Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary meeting with Libyan Prime Minister Serraj: 9 May 2019

first_img Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook The UK government shares Prime Minister Serraj’s grave concern at the situation across Libya, where the security and humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate. Recent violence has caused the displacement of thousands of people and blocked emergency aid to casualties, including civilians. It is imperative that all parties respect International Humanitarian Law. In our discussions today, we called on Prime Minister Serraj to encourage all sides to commit to a ceasefire, secure humanitarian access for those desperately in need and return to UN-led political negotiations. We’ve been clear that there can be no military solution in Libya – diplomacy is the only way to bring this bloodshed and uncertainty to a close. Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Further information For journalists On Thursday 9 May, the Prime Minister and the Foreign Secretary met with Libyan Government of National Accord Prime Minister Fayez Al-Serraj at 10 Downing Street.They discussed the UK’s commitment to building international support for a ceasefire and the need for all sides to make compromises in the pursuit of peace.Speaking after the meeting, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: Media enquiries Follow the Foreign Secretary on Twitter @Jeremy_Hunt and Facebook Email [email protected]last_img read more

India limit Australia to 216 after brilliant bowling show

first_img COMMENT At 183 for four, Australia looked well on course to reach 250 in a high-pressure until the Indian spinners engineered the collapse with Jason Sangha-led side losing its last six wickets for 33 runs. × SHARE Jonathan Merlo made a solid 76 before the India’s left-arm spin duo of Shiva Singh and Anukul Roy sprung into action, limiting the opposition to 216 all out in the ICC U-19 World Cup final here today.At 183 for four, Australia looked well on course to reach 250 in a high-pressure until the Indian spinners engineered the collapse with Jason Sangha-led side losing its last six wickets for 33 runs.Australia, who had little hesitation in batting first, were guilty of not converting starts into big partnerships.Merlo and Param Uppal (34) were involved in a 75-run stand for the fourth wicket before the innings’ top-scorer shared 49-runs with Nathan McSweeney (23) to set the platform for a competitive total.However, the momentum shifted hugely into India’s favour when Shiva (2/36) set up Sweeney to have the batsman caught and bowled, leaving Australia at 183 for five.Earlier India’s leading wicket-taker Roy (2/32) had sent back Uppal in similar fashion as offered a simple catch back to the bowler while attempting to play against the spin.While Indian spinners delivered under pressure in the middle overs, the pacers were impressive again upfront and towards the end.Hitting through the line was not easy as the surface was on the slower side. The best example of that was the dismissal of openers Jack Edwards (28) and Max Bryant (14).Pacer Ishan Porel (2/30) got rid of both the openers who punched a rising ball straight to cover.Kamlesh Nagarkoti (2/41), another find for India in the tournament, removed Australian captain Jason Sangha (13) that moved away just enough to take the edge to the wicket-keeper.Nagarkoti along with Shivam Mavi (1/46) also helped in polishing off the tail after Shiva’s accurate throw from deep had Baxter Bolt run out on 13. sport SHARE SHARE EMAILcenter_img Australia February 03, 2018 Published on At 183 for four, Australia looked well on course to reach 250 in a high-pressure until the Indian spinners engineered the collapse with Jason Sangha-led side losing its last six wickets for 33 runs. COMMENTSlast_img read more