March 10, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Kazakh opposition newspaper editor arrested in Russia “We welcome opening of criminal investigation in Lithuania in response to our complaint against Lukashenko” RSF says News to go further Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown News BelarusEurope – Central Asia RSF at the Belarusian border: “The terrorist is the one who jails journalists and intimidates the public” Help by sharing this information RSF_en May 27, 2021 Find out more May 28, 2021 Find out more Russian police arrested and questioned Irina Petrushova, editor of a Kazakhstan newspaper, on 9 March in St Petersburg on the basis of an arrest warrant issued by the Kazakh authorities.Petrushova, editor-in-chief of the Kazakh opposition weekly Assandi Times (formerly Respublica) “has been harassed for several years in Kazakhstan because of her newspaper’s political stance,” said Reporters Without Borders. “It is unacceptable for this persecution to follow her to Russia,” it added.The international press freedom organisation demanded that the Kazakh authorities justify its arrest warrant and also asked for an explanation from the Russian interior ministry.On a visit to St Petersburg, Petrushova was arrested when she went to the No 19 police station in the Vyborg district to register her presence in the city, as she is obliged to do as a resident of Moscow.Police handed the journalist a document from the Russian interior ministry to the effect that the Kazakh tax police were seeking her arrest for infringing a tax law (Article 222-2 of the criminal code).Police received an order four-and-a-half hours later to release her unconditionally. An interior ministry source told Petrushova her that it was a political matter and that the Russian police would not get involved. When they released her however police said there was a risk of the same thing happening again.Petrushova told Reporters Without Borders that she had not received any summons from Kazakh courts and did not know what it could be about. Since she has Russian nationality she cannot be deported, but she is convinced that the Kazakh authorities are trying to keep her under surveillance.The weekly, then called Respublika, was banned for three months on 6 August 2003 on the basis of a complaint from the information ministry that it was not legally registered.Petrushova was sentenced to 18 months in prison on 4 July 2002 and then immediately amnestied, for not having declared her Russian nationality. On 22 May the same year, the weekly’s offices were destroyed after a Molotov cocktail attack. Three days earlier the decapitated body of a dog was found hanging in front of the entrance to the newspaper. On 8 March the journalist was sent a funeral wreath. June 2, 2021 Find out more BelarusEurope – Central Asia Receive email alerts News Organisation Follow the news on Belarus News
Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Bio GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Latest Posts Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Colin Pineo pitched a four-hitter and struck out six batters as the Washington Academy Raiders rolled over the Sumner Tigers 13-2 on Tuesday in Sullivan.Alec Bisson had a run-scoring single for the Tigers, and Gage Feeney drove in three runs with a double and single for the Raiders.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. [email protected] This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
(REUTERS)-Tom Latham and Jeet Raval weathered an intense examination for over 25 overs to guide New Zealand to 67 without loss at the close of the rain-affected second day of the third Test against South Africa at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Sunday.Latham was 42 not out, while Raval was on 25 when bad light forced the players off with 3.3 overs of play remaining.South Africa had been dismissed for 314 about 30 minutes after tea following an almost two-hour rain delay that washed out virtually all of the middle session.Quinton de Kock had again proved his value to South Africa’s lineup with his ability to score quickly and marshall the lower order as they scored 124 runs for the final four wickets.The wicketkeeper top-scored with 90, falling short of a century for his second successive innings after he made 91 in the second test in Wellington.He had hit 11 fours and two sixes in his 118-ball stay before left-armer Neil Wagner got a ball to swing in and then straighten off the pitch and trap him in front. De Kock failed to overturn the leg before decision on review.Kagiso Rabada was the last man out as he scored a career-best 34 with six boundaries a six.Prior to the rearguard action, New Zealand had been well-placed to dismiss the visitors for not much more than 200 when they managed to remove the overnight pair of Temba Bavuma for 29 and Faf du Plessis for 53 that left South Africa at 190 for six.Bavuma had attempted to hook a slow, short Matt Henry delivery and only succeeded in getting a nick to first slip Raval, while Du Plessis fell to a brilliant catch by Latham just after reaching his 12th Test half century.The skipper set himself for a lap sweep against left arm-spinner Mitchell Santner but Latham, fielding at forward short leg, moved swiftly to his right and plucked the ball out of the air.Henry finished with career-best figures of 4-93.South Africa hold a 1-0 lead in the three-match series having won the second game in Wellington by eight wickets.The first Test in Dunedin ended in a draw with the entire final day washed out SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings (Overnight: 123-4)D. Elgar b de Grandhomme 5T. de Bruyn c Latham b Henry 0H. Amla b de Grandhomme 50J. Duminy c Patel b Henry 20F. du Plessis c Latham b Santner 53T. Bavuma c Raval b Henry 29Q. de Kock lbw b Wagner 90V. Philander c Latham b Henry 11K. Maharaj c Watling b Wagner 9K. Rabada c Watling b Wagner 34M. Morkel not out 9Extras (lb-1 w-3) 4Total (all out, 89.2 overs) 314Fall of wickets: 1-5 T. de Bruyn,2-5 D. Elgar,3-64 J. Duminy,4-97 H. Amla,5-148 T. Bavuma,6-190 F. du Plessis,7-219 V. Philander,8-249 K. Maharaj,9-295 Q. de Kock,10-314 K. RabadaBowling: M. Henry 24 – 2 – 93 – 4(w-2),C. de Grandhomme 24 – 4 – 62 – 2,N. Wagner 25.2 – 2 – 104 – 3(w-1), J. Patel 7 – 0 – 30 – 0,M. Santner 9 – 3 – 24 – 1.NEW ZEALAND 1st inningsT. Latham not out 42J. Raval not out 25Extras 0Total (for no loss, 25.3 overs) 67Fall of wickets:To bat: K. Williamson, N. Broom, H. Nicholls, B. Watling, M. Santner, C. de Grandhomme, J. Patel, M. Henry, N. WagnerBowling: V. Philander 8 – 2 – 15 – 0,M. Morkel 7 – 2 – 13 – 0K. Rabada 5 – 1 – 25 – 0, K. Maharaj 5.3 – 0 – 14 – 0.
Published on February 7, 2016 at 6:38 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman On the heels of an ugly first half in which Syracuse shot only 2-of-14 from 3-point land, the Orange continued to feed its long-range specialist.Brianna Butler’s first 3-point attempt of the second stanza clanked off the iron and into the hands of Briana Day. She fed Butler again. The 5-foot-11 senior heaved up another prayer, and this time it fell through to draw SU within three.Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman stuck with his starters after a poor opening act, and the veteran core rewarded his faith by outscoring Georgia Tech by 25 in the latter 20 minutes to cement the win.“I haven’t done it in 10 years, I’ve never switched the lineup (after halftime),” Hillsman said. “I don’t even think I’ve ever switched my starters in 10 years.“I think once you get into a flow and you get into a subbing pattern you have to stick with that and have some kind of continuity.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU’s head coach, who doesn’t allow his starting five to take the floor individually before games because he believes he has seven starters, didn’t cycle through his team’s bench. Four of Syracuse’s (18-6, 8-3 Atlantic Coast) five starters, Isabella Slim notwithstanding, played 32 or more minutes for the first time this season in a 71-52 win over Georgia Tech (14-10, 4-7) in the Carrier Dome Sunday afternoon.In spite of a slow start, Hillsman only turned to reserve players Bria Day, Taylor Ford, Danielle Minott, Maggie Morrison and Julia Chandler for an average of three minutes each in the first half. The bench stood idle even longer in the second, with only eight combined bench minutes aside from Cornelia Fondren.But that’s when SU took off and cushioned a lead with 34 combined points from Peterson and Briana Day.“Now that I think about it, we didn’t really sub as much as we normally would,” Peterson said. “I think that just attributes to how deep we are.“We can play the starters the whole game or we can sub in and keep attacking and keep that same pressure.”Hillsman attributed the lack of subbing to a series of live-ball turnovers that didn’t lend itself to clock stoppages. As his starters began to gel in the second half, he had no inspiring first-half bench play to recall upon.He plucked Morrison off the bench to replace Brittney Sykes in the first quarter. She proceeded to air ball a 3-point attempt and miss another one 27 seconds later before returning to the bench after a two-plus minute hiatus.Sykes promptly returned and played a total of 32 minutes, the second-most she’s recorded since playing 37 against North Carolina on Jan. 7. She was a key cog to Syracuse’s press that helped force 35 turnovers, including a key takeaway that she fed to Briana Day for an and-one layup that put SU up for the first time in the second half.“It can definitely be tiring at times,” Butler said of playing in the Orange’s aggressive defense. “Especially late in the season, this is when you have to step up your conditioning … to be able to play these long minutes.”Syracuse relied heavily on Briana Day’s double-double to put away the Yellow Jackets, leaving minimal opportunity for Chandler to cycle in as the big. Peterson is the only SU player averaging more than 30 minutes a game, and Hillsman isn’t keen on yo-yoing her on and off the court. Butler is often SU’s best shooting option.So Hillsman stuck with Butler, Sykes, Peterson, Briana Day and primarily Fondren. It was the combination that sunk SU into a 10-point hole, and the one that rocketed the Orange ahead for a 19-point win.“We just had a certain energy,” Peterson said. “He didn’t really want to break that.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
“Like I said, I don’t want to see anything bad happen to the kid, but I don’t like his dad at all and this thing has been a joke from the beginning.””It’s this ol’ big mouth, jackass dad that’s put his kids in an awkward situation all year.”Charles Barkley did not hold back about LaVar Ball 👀 pic.twitter.com/Ng2yj0Cue0— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) March 27, 2019Lonzo Ball has been out since late January with an ankle injury and is not expected to return this season. He’s averaging 9.9 points and 5.4 assists while shooting 32.9 percent from 3-point range in 2018-19.The Lakers have been eliminated from playoff contention and have a 33-41 record entering Wednesday’s game at the Jazz. Lakers star LeBron James proud Lonzo Ball is ‘taking control’ of situation with Big Baller Brand Lakers’ Lonzo Ball permanently covers up Big Baller Brand tattoo Related News Charles Barkley didn’t mince words when talking about LaVar Ball.The TNT analyst appeared on ESPN’s “Get Up!” Wednesday morning to discuss the fallout around the family’s Big Baller Brand, which took a massive hit last week when it was discovered LaVar’s friend and business partner, Alan Foster, reportedly stole $1.5 million from the company. This prompted Lakers guard Lonzo Ball to sever ties with the brand, scrubbing his social media accounts with anything Big Baller related and even covering up his “BBB” tattoo. Host Jalen Smith asked Barkley his opinion about Big Baller Brand potentially folding and Lonzo Ball cutting ties with the company to “be his own man,” which prompted a harsh response from Barkley.”Well, he should have been his own man from the beginning,” Barkley said. “You can’t let your family members try to piggyback on your success… This thing has been a disaster from Day 1 and it was never going to work. And I feel bad because it’s this ol’ big mouth, jacka— dad that’s put his kids in an awkward situation all year.