Midshalimah, 21, a Rohingya refugee who was among hundreds who arrived in Aceh early on Monday, has reportedly died from some form of respiratory illness.Lhokseumawe city public relations head Marzuki said on Wednesday that Midshalimah had complained of shortness of breath upon landing at Ujong Blang Beach in Lhokseumawe just after midnight.She and the others were taken to a temporary shelter at the vocational training center (BLK) in Mee village, Muara Dua district, North Aceh. “She was given medical treatment there, before being admitted to Cut Meutia General Hospital in North Aceh by ambulance. She died in the hospital,” Marzuki said as quoted by kompas.com.Midshalimah was buried at the Kuta Blang public cemetery in Lhokseumawe, he added.Midshalimah and 296 other Rohingya refugees had reportedly been at sea for six months before arriving in Aceh on Monday. They were spotted by local fishermen several kilometers off the coast of Lhokseumawe.Read also: Almost 300 Rohingya refugees arrive in Indonesia’s Aceh province A 13-year-old was also reportedly sick that day and was taken to hospital in an ambulance.Their arrival on Monday came following that of more than 100 Rohingya refugees rescued by Acehnese fishermen in late June, after Indonesian authorities had initially threatened to push them back.Fleeing persecution in Myanmar and refugee camps in Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees have for years boarded boats in an attempt to seek refuge in other Southeast Asian nations.Amnesty International Indonesia executive director Usman Hamid has urged the government to ensure that the refugees get sufficient food, shelter and essential health services, as well as protection from COVID-19 infection.“Rohingya refugees are still willing to risk everything in search of safety. Their testimonies, once again, show how perilous these boat journeys can be. Survivors said dozens among the group had died,” Usman said on Monday.“It is appalling that the Indonesian authorities are waiting for local fishermen to take the initiative in carrying out these rescues. The government, not private individuals, should have saved these lives.” (syk)Topics :
The Hague-based energy giant Shell will supply LNG to the project under a long-term deal signed with Energía del Pacífico. Image courtesy of BW LNG Inverengy is the main shareholder of Energía del Pacífico, the company behind the LNG-to-power project currently under construction at the Port of Acajutla. A steel cutting ceremony to mark the start of the module construction was held at China’s COSCO yard on Tuesday, according to BW LNG, a unit of the Singapore-based gas shipping company BW Group. Once completed, the Wartsila module will be installed onboard Shell’s 2002-built LNG carrier Gallina that will be converted to an FSRU. Work has started on a regasification module that will be installed onboard El Salvador’s first floating and regasification unit. BW LNG signed a contract last year for the provision of an FSRU with U.S.-based private energy company Invenergy that is developing El Salvador’s first LNG-to-power project. Besides the floating LNG import facility, the project includes the construction of a 378-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant and an approximately 44-kilometer electric transmission. The project, expected to be able to meet 30 per cent of El Salvador’s energy demand, is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2021.
Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share 212 Views 2 comments Macina Bethel First Class HonoursUnder the patronage of HIS Excellency, The President Dr. Nicholas J.O. Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool and the Pro – Vice Chancellor’s Procession fifty one (51) Students graduated from the University of the West Indies at ten (10) O Clock this Morning.The Students who graduated at the Fort Young Hotel graduated in the following subjects: Certificate in Early Childhood EducationGlenda BertrandMonica CharlesTamar Charles (Distinction)Mariline EmmanuelLaura GeorgeJoycelyn Graham LarondeLucina Jno Baptiste SerrantBernadette JonesLinda JoephAgnes LaguerreElizabeth Tracy RolleSheron SamuelElizabeth Xavier Daily (Distinction)Executive Diploma in ManagementNarrine MurphyMarcus VidalBachelor of Science in Nursing (Post Registered Nurse)Biola AmindeSandra DanielJacqueline FerrolAnn Marie FrancisJaila Le blanc (First Class Hons)Tamar Pierre (First Class Hons)Mignon ShillingfordBachelor in EducationRonald AustrieStephanie Darroux BaronDorcus – Francis SimonKimani GiraudelSteve HypoliteNadia LaurentShirley LawrenceAnita WilliamsDeborah JosephBachelor in Social SciencesDavid Andrew Jnr.Blanch AthanazeJennifer BaronMacina Bethel (First Class Hons)Sharian BlackmoreMarlika BurnetteBeverns ChristianJohn DavidSamantha Defoe-FrancisKenrick DucreayShirlyn JamesMinerve Lewis (First Class Hons)Marion LockhartDenise Riley (First Class Hons)Masters in EducationSarah Abraham (Distinction)Jerome BardouilleNoreen GrahamDenise JamesCelia RobinsonMerlyn RolleOut of the fifty one (51) students who graduated this morning four (4) students were graduated with Distinction and five (5) were graduated with First Class Honors.[album id= 28 template =extend]News reporter: Grace HendersonDominica Vibes News EducationLocalNewsTertiary Fifty One (51) Students Graduates From the University of the West Indies (UWI) by: – April 28, 2011
“The case or the issue at hand isno doubt [that] the Constitutional question has to be raised once and for allbecause it has serious effects on the Philippine international rights andobligations and it will have an effect on the Philippine legal system,”Sotto said. Senate President Vicente Sotto III Sotto said the resolution would not, inany way, dictate or impose anything on the Supreme Court and it should also notbe viewed as going against President Rodrigo Duterte. MANILA – The Senate has sought theclarification of the Supreme Court whether their concurrence is not needed inthe termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the Philippinesand the United States. Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilonsaid that he was “saddened” that the Senate cannot get a unanimousvote on a resolution which merely seeks to clarify the constitutionalboundaries of the chamber. The clarification with the high courtwas made after 12 senators voted for the Senate Resolution 337, sponsored inthe plenary by Senate President Vicente Sotto III on late Monday evening. “All that what we’re asking the SupremeCourt is to define our Constitutional boundaries, nothing else. We are notdictating the Supreme Court. We are in fact asking the Supreme Court to rule onthe decision,” the Ilonggo senator said. “The Supreme Court may rule that theSenate’s concurrence is not necessary and that settles the issue. If theSupreme Court rules that Senate concurrence is necessary, again that settlesthe issue,” he added. The Philippine government, upon theorder of President Duterte, has sent the notice of termination of the VFA whichgoverns the conduct of visiting US personnel holding military exercises in thePhilippines./PN
In the police station, he became violentand threatened his companions. According to Pablito, the cop was firstseen outside his boarding house in the island naked around 6:30 a.m. on April11. ILOILO City – A police officer believedto be suffering from depression has been placed under custody for walking nakedin the world-famous Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan. Several hours later, the cop went toPablito’s office and requested to be reassigned in Negros Occidental. The police chief did not grant the MPUmember’s request. Instead, Pablito advised the cop to undergo medical checkupand was given a lighter assignment. “We placed him in the conferenceroom and he was being tightly watched by his classmates because he actedviolently. He threatened his classmates and was just talking and talking. Ireally pity him, that’s why we seek the opinion of the psychiatrist to curehim,” Pablito said. Malay municipal police station chief, LieutenantColonel Jonathan Pablito, said the cop is a member of the Mobile Patrol Unit(MPU) in Boracay Island. Panay News sources said that the policeofficer started to feel depression after discovering that his ex-girlfriend founda new boyfriend./PN “We have some consideration kasi sabi niya may dinaramdam siya. So, kapag ang tao natin ay may karamdaman,we really give some consideration. That’s why binigyan ko siya ng magaan na assignment,” Pablito explained. The police chief noticed that since lastmonth, the cop was always reporting to his duty late and was sometimes absent. On April 12, the cop was seen again inCagban port of the island. He said that he will swim going to Caticlan port butwas eventually prevented and brought to the Malay municipal police station byhis classmates.
A Sunman man lost his life in a crash in Dearborn County on Monday.Joseph Michael Simpson, 21, was traveling east on State Road 48 around 1:41p.m. when witnesses told police that he appeared to lose control of the vehicle.The car went off of the roadway and collided with a tree.Simpson was pronounced dead at the scene.The crash is under investigation by the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department. Police say speed may have been a contributing factor to the crash.
Sen. Leising (R-Oldenburg) authored Senate Bill 114 for students attending the State Fair.A bill authored by a local senator is seeking excused absences from school.Senate Bill 114, offered by Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg), would grant up to five absences from classes for students participating in the FFA, 4-H, or other organizations at the Indiana State Fair.Leising wrote the bill in response to the start of the school year beginning earlier and overlapping with some events at the State Fair, making it difficult for students to participate in the projects.The proposal was given thumbs-up by the House Economic Committee this week and will now be considered by the full House.
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Dorotha Jean “Dottie” LaBolt Bilbrey, 86, Greensburg, passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018 at her residence. She was born on May 24, 1932 in Greensburg to parents Albert Alley and Anna “Mae” (Worland) LaBolt. The family moved to Adams, Indiana where her parents owned and operated the LaBolt General Store. She graduated from St. Paul High School in 1950 and was the class president. Dottie operated an ice cream store for one year before moving to Indianapolis where she graduated from Indiana Business College. While working, a good friend introduced Dottie to a young soldier from Venice, Illinois, Claude B. Bilbrey. They fell in love and were married on July 3, 1954. Claude and Dottie lived in Colorado where Claude finished his Army duties, then moved to Venice, Illinois. They raised four children, Jim, Dan, Susan, and Julie. She worked during these years as an executive secretary in banks and at Stix, Baur, and Fuller in St. Louis. In 1965, the Bilbrey family moved to Greensburg and owned and operated LaBolt’s Motel from 1965-1993. Dottie was active at St. Mary’s Church serving as a Eucharistic Minister, the funeral meal committee, Parish Council, religious education teacher, and along with Claude were pre-marriage chairmen for 30 years, mentoring many engaged couples and they were also named “Lay Persons of the Year” in 2004. Dottie was an avid quilter and became a co-owner of Colonial Quilts in the courthouse square. She was a member of several quilt guilds and judged and taught classes in quilting. She served as president of the Columbus Star Quilters. Her favorite pastime was playing canasta and bunko. Her many friends were a joy and the comradery was important to her. Dottie was a member of the Sigma Chapter of Psi Iota Xi, where she was active with their many fundraising events and she became a national office as the Southeast District Representative and Editor. Dottie loved her family and was very involved in their activities, interests, and was always ready to help in any way possible. She is survived by her husband, Claude, her four children Jim of Columbus, Ohio, Dan (Joyce) of South Bend, Susan (Hank) Martin and Julie (Mike) Mentz both of Greensburg, 16 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her three siblings, Harold (Catherine) LaBolt, Sarasota, Florida, Charles (Gloria) LaBolt, Zionsville, Janice (Ralph) Stacy, Zionsville; Many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and one great granddaughter. Family and friends will gather at 3:30 p.m. on Friday at the funeral home to pray the rosary. Visitation will follow until 8:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. The funeral mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg with Rev. John Meyer and Rev. John Geis co-officiating. Interment will follow at the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Greensburg. Memorials may be to any of the following: Batesville Quiltmakers Guild in care of LeAnne Hankel 11 Arbor Lane, Batesville,In 47006; Tree City Quilters in care of Susan Wilson, 602 E Main St. Greensburg, In 47240; Columbus Star Quilters in care of Linda Reid, 3345 Grove Parkway, Columbus, Indiana 47203. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
He said: “I will be ready either way, as will everyone in the squad. “But certainly he looks fit and well and knowing the Championship well, if he can get through games in that, he can get through games in anything. “He is obviously fit and strong. It is good news. We want to qualify for the World Cup and he is obviously a massive part of it, so it’s good news for the whole squad. “We will wait and see. It’s up to him and the manager, but certainly, I will be ready either way.” Dunne’s fitness problems meant he missed the 0-0 draw with the Swedes in Stockholm in March, a game which saw Ireland effectively shackle dangerman Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However, while the onus will be on Giovanni Trapattoni’s defenders to keep the Paris St Germain striker at bay once again, O’Dea insists that task is one which will involve the whole team. He said: “Sometimes you can concentrate too much on one player. “If you can stop the service to him and him actually getting the ball in the first place, you go a long way towards stopping him. Press Association “When you played against Manchester United, everyone talked about Ronaldo and Rooney – really it was Paul Scholes you needed to stop because if they don’t have the ball, they can’t do much with it. “I think we will try to stop him from the front and not let the ball get anywhere near him, really.” Former Celtic defender O’Dea, 26, joined up with his international team-mates having swapped Toronto and the MLS for Ukraine having joined Metalurh Donetsk on a three-year deal. However, a gruelling journey to his new club took its toll and led to an enforced lay-off. He said: “I had travelled to Kansas with the Toronto squad to play, had to travel to Toronto and then on to Munich, to the Ukraine, and then 48 hours later I was playing my first game, and I never recovered after it, really. “Basically my body collapsed, I just gave in. I had done too much. I was pushing it. “I was halfway through a season, so I was very fit, but when I started in the games, I just felt drained. “But they have been fantastic with me there. They just shut me down for a while. I did a little mini-pre-season, just to get moving again, and now I feel great.” Dunne is likely to return to competitive action for Ireland against Sweden in Dublin on Friday evening with Austria waiting in the wings in Vienna four days later as the Group C campaign comes to a head. But the 33-year-old QPR defender has played only 25 minutes for his country since the Euro 2012 finals after missing an entire domestic season through injury, and O’Dea is on red alert. Darren O’Dea is ready and willing to step into Richard Dunne’s boots if two World Cup qualifiers inside five days prove too much for him.