Rabat – Thousands of protesters in Rabat rallied once again on Sunday to denounce the harsh sentences against the 54 detainees of the Hirak movement.More than 6,000 participated in Rabat’s march, including families of the detainees and the Secretary-General of the Unified Socialist Party (PSU) Nabila Mounib. Casablanca witnessed nearly 10,000 demonstrators voicing their protest against the rulings. Demonstrators carried banners saying, “Justice” and “Free the Activists.” and chanted slogans denouncing the security crackdown against the 2016 and 2017 protests.Demonstrations erupted after Al-Hoceima province fishmonger Mouhcine Fikri, was crushed to death by a garbage truck while trying to retrieve confiscated goods.Since a June 26 ruling by a Casablanca court that gave sentences ranging from 1 to 20 years for the Hirak Rif activists, the government received a nationwide backlash.Activists, politicians such as Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani, and international NGOs expressed solidarity or protested in Casablanca and Rabat, calling for the freedom of the detainees.Reacting to criticism, several government officials said their hands were tied, emphasizing that the cabinet could not interfere because the judiciary is independent.El Othmani regretted that his government cannot intervene in the Hirak Rif case, because the “judicial power” is an independent authority.All of the detained activists, including Nasser Zefzafi and Nabil Ahamjik, decided to appeal the court’s decision, except Rabie E Ablaq.El Ablaq was on a hunger strike for more than 40 days and suspended the strike just a week ago.
Vaiko had yesterday sought criminal prosecution of the Sri Lankan envoy under sedition charges for allegedly trying to instigate north Indians against the people of Tamil Nadu. “The Tamil Nadu Police must immediately register a suo motu FIR against Vaiko, arrest him for custodial interrogation and launch his prosecution. Otherwise, the Crime Branch in the Home Ministry should register the FIR,” Swamy said in a statement. Kariyawasam has blatantly violated “diplomatic immunity” by reportedly sending email to media houses recently in which he claimed Sinhalese have their origin in Odisha and West Bengal, Vaiko had said in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. India’s Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy today termed MDMK chief Vaiko’s remarks against Sri Lankan High Commissioner Prasad Kariyawasam as “scurrilous” and demanded his arrest, the Press Trust of India reported.“The scurrilous remarks of MDMK leader Vaiko against the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka Prasad Kariyawasam is an offence under Sections 124A and 125 of the Indian Penal Code.
In a bid to bolster food security in the drought-stricken region bordering Africa’s vast Sahara desert, Libya and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today signed agreements totalling $21 million to finance agricultural projects in Sahelian and Saharan countries.The first agreement, part of the FAO Special Programme for Food Security (SPFS), aims to advance agricultural production and enhance food security, alleviating hunger and poverty in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Sudan and Niger – five of the 16 member countries of the Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD).Libya will fund the $9.3 million project, according to Dr. Mohamed Al-Madani Al-Azhari, Secretary General of CEN-SAD and the Director of the Seeds Centre who signed the agreements in Tripoli on behalf of the Government of Libya. CEN-SAD – a regional development cooperative – will work with FAO as those funds will be divided among the five countries to help to ensure access to adequate food and help poor farm communities increase food production and productivity.Projects in Burkina Faso and Mali will each receive $2 million in funding, the project in Sudan is set to receive $1.9 million and Niger and Chad will each receive $1.7 million for their projects, according to FAO.The second agreement, Development of a Seed and Propagation Material System, is designed to develop and modernize the agriculture sector in Libya, and aims to improve national food security by enhancing the organization, promotion and diffusion of massive seed production.The project will also help develop seed policy, legislation, regulation and standards, while advancing capacity building for a sustained seed programme. Libya has committed nearly $12 million and an additional 1,369,673 in Libyan dinars to fund the projects through trust fund arrangements with FAO.
In a statement issued by his spokesperson in New York, Mr. Ban urged the Malagasy people, the transitional authorities, and all political actors, to continue to maintain the peaceful atmosphere during the vote counting and subsequent announcement of results. “The United Nations remains committed to supporting the successful conclusion of the Malagasy transition,” the statements said, adding that the Secretary-General stresses that the will of the people of Madagascar must be respected.On 25 October, the UN chief welcomed the generally peaceful holding of the first round of the presidential elections and applauded the support Madagascar had received from its partners both within the region and the wider international community. The UN provided technical assistance to the Electoral Commission.
Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team during a game against Michigan on Nov. 14 at St. John Arena. Credit: Lantern file photoThe Ohio State women’s volleyball team has a new mantra coming into this season: tribe. It is a concept that the team was introduced to in February by Olympian Kerri Walsh-Jennings when she visited the program. It was the saying Walsh-Jennings used during her Rio Olympics run with April Ross and means more than just coming together as a team.“It goes beyond being teammates. It goes to being sisters,” senior middle blocker Kylie Randall said. “It creates a bigger bond between us, and it’s something we’re going to live and die by this year.”The Buckeye sisterhood welcomed seven newcomers to the team this season, including six freshmen, as well as Abby Fesl.Fesl is a senior transfer from the University of North Florida, who earned more than 2,400 assists during her time with the Ospreys.“Abby’s added a lot of culture to our team,” OSU coach Geoff Carlston said. “It’s always great when you have a senior with that much experience coming in.”Carlston praised the maturity of his veteran players and their part in helping to shape preseason attitudes.“Our seniors are not juniors anymore, and I think they’ve really embraced that role,” Carlston said. “I think our returners have done a great job of mentoring and being patient with our younger players to get them on board.”One of Carlston’s returnees already expected to make a big splash this season is senior middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe. She was named to the Preseason All-Big Ten Team on Tuesday morning for the second consecutive season.Sandbothe finished her junior year with a .366 attacking efficiency and crashed into the top five in four different Ohio State women’s volleyball record categories. “I love to see those things come out, especially before we’re even getting a chance to play as a team, kind of show what we’re about,” Sandbothe said. “It’s a huge honor, and I’m blessed to be a part of it.”A goal echoed by multiple members of the team is to reach the NCAA Tournament Final Four, which will be held in Columbus this December. OSU has fallen in five sets in the regional semifinals the past two seasons. “While we’re proud of sort of where we’ve come from, we also want to make that jump, but the reality is with our preseason schedule and our Big Ten schedule, we’ve got to stay super grounded in the daily grind of getting better,” Carlston said. Sandbothe echoed his sentiments, emphasizing the team goal of playing in Nationwide Arena when December comes around.The Buckeyes will put in their first weekend of work on Friday as they play Texas State, North Texas and Texas A&M — all unfamiliar teams to OSU — in the North Texas Challenge tournament.Texas A&M poses a big threat, as it brought home the Southeastern Conference championship last season and pulled together for 14.09 kills per set. Texas State posted a 19-12 record in 2015, and is picked to be the Sun Belt Conference runner-up this season. “I think we just have to be on our toes and willing to run down balls that wouldn’t necessarily happen in the Big Ten,” sophomore setter Taylor Hughes said.Carlston is choosing to look at their lack of first-hand knowledge about this weekend’s teams as an unusual gift, as it allows his team to better examine and perfect their own skills and play.“It’s actually kind of nice not to have a ton of video and a ton of stats. It’s pretty much just raw volleyball,” Carlston said. “For us, it’s really try to out-defend and whatever they give us, we’re ready for it.” Carlston and the women’s volleyball tribe kick off their season at 1:30 p.m. on Friday against Texas State at the North Texas Volleyball Center in Denton, Texas.
Remember the Microsoft Courier? The super-sexy dual-screen tablet concept leaked in 2009 and cancelled in 2010? A thorough investigation into that product’s death has revealed that Courier lost an internal struggle in Microsoft, and the software that would become Windows 8 was the victor.According to CNet Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was forced to make a decision about which way Microsoft should go when it would inevitably enter the tablet business. In one corner was Courier, led by Microsoft veteran J Allard. Allard constantly tested boundaries within the company and frequently pushed toward consumer products, as best evidenced by the Xbox. In the other corner was the Windows division, led by Steven Sinofsky. Sinofsky advocated a full-blown Windows product that ran on tablets, but one that was still a few years away at the time.Ballmer, stuck between the two, turned to Microsoft founder Bill Gates for advice. Gates found that the two products were two completely different approaches to similar devices. Whereas the Courier was described as a “digital Moleskine,” referring to the bound notebooks commonly used as sketchpads by creative types, Sinofsky’s vision was a translation of the existing Windows offerings to the tablet form factor. When Gates asked about users doing their email, he “had an allergic reaction” upon hearing that Courier didn’t take email very seriously. On Sinofsky’s Windows tablet, however, Outlook was there in its familiar form.Allard “was trying to disrupt Microsoft” from the inside by making a consumer product instead of an IT mainstay, according to an anonymous former Microsoft executive. But that didn’t sit well with the leadership of a company whose biggest products include Windows itself as well as email products including Outlook and the Exchange server.MS summarily had a choice to make: either take a massive risk with the consumer-oriented Courier, or make a professional product that complements and extends its single biggest product, Windows. From that perspective, no matter how sexy the Courier was, the Windows choice was the rational one.Even in failure, the Courier project was a major undertaking. J Allard led two separate studios as part of the project. One was Pioneer Studios, a design studio, and the other was Alchemie Ventures, a research lab. Both were entirely within Microsoft. Georg Petschnigg, who led Pioneer Studios, wrote on his LinkedIn profile that he managed “$3.5 (million) seed funding” and “secured $20 (million) more. Moreover, 134 employees worked full-time on the project.Read more at CNetBlake’s OpinionThe common metaphor among the Courier team was the “digital Moleskine” — a 21st-century version of a pad where 20th-century designers and scientists jotted their ideas. In short, the Courier was a creative product. Whereas the iPad is about content consumption, the Courier can be used to help create it.It echoes one oft-repeated point from the buzz about Steve Jobs’ biography: in the early days, Apple made computers for people who create. That became a core part of the company. For Microsoft to develop a consumer-oriented device, with design as a priority and the creative class as a target market, would have been daring. Had Courier won its internal struggle, Allard certainly would have succeeded in “disrupting” Microsoft. Allard left Microsoft last year. I, for one, look forward to his next release.
Short URL Ireland’s Keith O’Neill celebrates after a US Cup match in 1996. Image: © Billy SticklandINPHO Ireland’s Keith O’Neill celebrates after a US Cup match in 1996. 5 Comments Image: © Billy SticklandINPHO AS MICK MCCARTHY prepares for the first match of his second spell as Ireland boss against Gibraltar this evening, it’s worth nothing that the situation bears some similarities to his first spell.Granted, there are differences too. McCarthy had far more Premier League stars to choose from then than he does now, while he had two world-class footballers coming into their prime in 1996 — Denis Irwin and Roy Keane.But much like the current era, the McCarthy of 23 years ago was faced with the arduous task of rebuilding an ageing squad that had served the previous management very well for a period. Nevertheless, a successful run petered out badly and there was a sense of staleness amid a pitiful anti-climax that saw Jack Charlton’s side outclassed by an exuberant Dutch outfit at Anfield in a winner-takes-all Euro ’96 play-off.And as is the case now, one of McCarthy’s biggest challenges back then was unearthing a top-class natural goalscorer. Of the four strikers picked in the manager’s first squad – Niall Quinn , John Aldridge, Tommy Coyne and Tony Cascarino — three were in their mid-30s and coming towards the end of their international careers. Quinn, who would be part of Ireland’s squad all the way up to the 2002 World Cup, was the exception, but it was obvious he needed help.Damien Duff and Robbie Keane were still two years away from making their senior debuts, and so there was a void to be filled in the forward department. Two raw youngsters emerged who appeared to have the potential to fulfil this responsibility: David Connolly and Keith O’Neill.O’Neill had made his Premier League debut for Norwich as an 18-year-old in November 1994 and caught the eye as a hugely promising left winger. McCarthy, however, perhaps partially on account of a dearth of alternative options in that department, chose to play him up front. The Barnsley native’s reign as Ireland boss began inauspiciously. The first three friendly matches were all losses, against Russia (2-0), Czech Republic (2-0) and Portugal (1-0).The lack of goals was a glaring issue. After being introduced off the bench late on for his debut in the Portuguese encounter, O’Neill was handed a start in a subsequent match against Croatia a few days later. An assured performance saw him score amid a 2-2 draw and his potential became increasingly evident during a superb run of four goals in five matches — including one in McCarthy’s first competitive match in charge, a 5-0 win away to a Liechtenstein side that held Charlton’s men to an infamous 0-0 draw just over a year previously. Ireland boss Mick McCarthy pictured in 1996. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOOn account of this early form from O’Neill, Ireland fans would have been forgiven for prematurely believing the answer to their goalscoring woes had arrived. Yet despite this initial promise, O’Neill would win just seven more caps and not score again for his country. Nonetheless, the Tolka Rovers and Home Farm youth product still savours the memories of this era.“I was such a big [Ireland] fan,” he tells The42. “I used to mitch off school on a Wednesday to watch the games.“When I first got involved, my dad called me when I was training for Norwich City. He heard on the news that I’d been called up.“Obviously, you’re elated. It’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of. Getting to make my debut on my dad’s birthday — 29 May 1996, it was an unbelievably special day for the family.”While many were no longer in their footballing prime, a number of the heroes of the Charlton days were still around when O’Neill came onboard, and the Dubliner admits to initially being somewhat “in awe” of his surroundings.“I looked towards the back of the bus, Paul McGrath was there — his testimonial game was around the weekend where we had the initial friendlies. Paul’s quite a quiet man, but he really made an effort to make me feel okay and put me at ease. We used to stay at the airport hotel. I remember being at the dinner table, not really knowing where to sit. I just couldn’t believe my luck that I was having dinner with all my heroes.” This dreamlike scenario got even better on a memorable June day in Lansdowne Road for O’Neill’s full debut, when he scored Ireland’s first goal of the McCarthy era. Mar 23rd 2019, 8:01 AM https://the42.ie/4554645 The fall and rise of a former Ireland and Premier League teenage sensation Keith O’Neill recalls the “devastating” end to his international career and the ups and downs of his relationship with Mick McCarthy. Saturday 23 Mar 2019, 8:00 AM 69,827 Views By Paul Fennessy I remember Mark Kennedy crossing it in, Niall Quinn chesting it down on the edge of the box and I hit a half-volley. I can’t remember hitting it, I can only remember the back of the net shaking. It was the craziest feeling. The raw emotion that runs through your body. Two or three minutes after the match re-started, I was still thinking ‘oh my goodness, I’ve scored a goal for my country’.“With the belief [Mick] had in me, you’re playing for your country, you’ve scored a few goals, your confidence is high.“Mick, especially with young players, he made you believe in yourself. I’ll always be eternally grateful to him for giving me my debut and letting me express myself. When you move on in your life and you have different managers, people do try to put a style of football on you and that probably wasn’t my thing. I liked to just come out and do what comes natural.” Source: PeteTop Carton/YouTubeThe 1996 US Cup tour consolidated O’Neill and Ireland’s confidence. After a disappointing opening loss to the hosts, they earned a creditable 2-2 draw with a tough Mexico side and a 3-0 win over a Bolivian team that had played in the World Cup just two years previously.With other young players such as Shay Given, Ian Harte and Gary Breen gaining invaluable international experience during those months, it felt as if McCarthy was increasingly putting his own stamp on the team.There were darker days ahead though. Perhaps the most memorable game from this period was the disastrous 3-2 defeat away to Macedonia. Source: 90sSoccerBoy/YouTubeThat fixture served as a reminder to Ireland’s youngsters that they still had a long way to go in their attempts to emulate the glory days of the late ’80s and early ’90s.“I was on the bench, I was injured,” O’Neill recalls of that Macedonia trip. “I’d done my ankle ligaments, but I was keen to play the game. I probably would have started, but they decided just to put me on the bench — I wasn’t fit. I came on when we were in a bit of trouble. The game got a bit nasty. Jason McAteer [was sent off].“I remember the orange jerseys, which I don’t think we ever wore again.They weren’t a bad side, but there could have been an element in that particular game that we just had to turn up — it gave us a big wake-up call. It was a devastating loss, but I think a lot of people learned from it.”Despite that setback, Ireland still did enough to get as far as the World Cup play-offs, before narrowly losing out to Belgium amid a 3-2 aggregate loss.But more bad fortune was to come in the following campaign for both O’Neill and the team. The Euro 2000 qualifiers featured some hugely encouraging moments, with home victories over Croatia and Yugoslavia, who had reached the 1998 World Cup semi-finals and round of 16 respectively.McCarthy’s side were seconds away from topping the group and qualifying automatically at the expense of their highly-rated rivals, but it was a familiar foe, Macedonia, who shattered this dream in the cruellest of circumstances.With the Boys in Green leading 1-0 deep into second-half stoppage time, they just needed to defend one more corner successfully to secure a place at the upcoming tournament in Belgium and the Netherlands.Unfortunately, Goran Stravrevski escaped the attentions of Tony Cascarino. O’Neill was supposed to be blocking the space he ran into, but slipped at the inopportune moment, and could only watch as his opponent’s bullet header found the back of the net. Source: sp1873/YouTubeThat one goal left the Irish team distraught. O’Neill was as heartbroken as anyone. But there was palpable tension in the dressing room afterwards. In an interview with The Sunday Times, three years after his retirement, he recalled how McCarthy blanked him after the match and the pair had not spoken since. The player was dropped from the subsequent squad for the play-off match against Turkey and O’Neill felt as if he was being made a scapegoat for the team’s shortcomings.“I’ve said my piece about this back in the past. I think everyone’s had an opinion on it. I felt at the time I was the fall guy for the whole thing.“After the game, it’s just raw disappointment. When I look back, it’s just sadness that we didn’t do it, because it was such a good performance that night and it was just one of them things.“We were very unlucky in the play-offs against Turkey and it just [exacerbates] the agony really, because the group of players definitely deserved to be part of that tournament.“I never once went out with the intention of letting my country down. Some things just happen and in the moment, things are said.“It was a long flight home and we had a long wait in the seats around Skopje Airport.“Everyone is thinking: ‘We should be celebrating here, but we’re in this position.’ But it’s stuff that makes you stronger. You look at [largely] the same group of players, what they did in 2002 [at the World Cup]. You need to shake yourself down and move on.I wasn’t marking anyone [for the Macedonia corner]. I was meant to be in the near-post space from what I can remember. I don’t know who’s to blame, whether it was somebody slipped, whether it was somebody else’s man, it’s all irrelevant. I wouldn’t blame anyone for it. If people wanted to blame me for it, that’s fair enough. It was a sad time and I put that away in the memory bank, I packed that away in a suitcase a long time.”This ill-fated fixture was the last time O’Neill represented Ireland. Although the pair got on well at first, with McCarthy giving the young player the chance to make his international debut, after Macedonia, their relationship appeared to disintegrate. The ill-feeling was heightened by comments McCarthy made in a book on Ireland’s 2002 World Cup. “Keith’s failure to make any further impact is down to Keith, not to anything that happened in Macedonia,” he said.Reading this comment, O’Neill felt he was getting unfairly blamed for regularly being injured — a sensitive issue and one that the player struggled with throughout his career, having suffered from degenerative bone conditions in his spine since childhood. O’Neill played for Middlesbrough during Bryan Robson’s spell in charge. Source: EMPICS SportDespite being out of favour, the accomplished attacker still had hopes of earning an Ireland recall. He continued to impress at club level. A series of noteworthy displays for Norwich saw him linked with clubs of the calibre of Leeds, Arsenal and Tottenham. Eventually, he joined Bryan Robson’s Middlesbrough aged 23 for £700,000 in March 1999, with stars such as Juninho, Christian Ziege and Paul Gascoigne among his team-mates there.O’Neill started well in his new surroundings, helping the club climb into the top six at one point, before another serious injury struck and curtailed his hopes of getting back into the Ireland squad in the lead up to the 2002 World Cup.“I was starting to do well for my club in 2001. Then I broke my tib fib and dislocated my ankle. I was out for about nine months. “There were opportunities for me to be called back up, but I pulled out of [so many] Irish squads through injury. It was quite unbelievable.“Not being able to answer the call through injury and knowing if you were fit, you could really add value to the squad, it does hurt, but it’s part of professional sport. When you retire, rather than thinking of these things as a negative, I had to turn it back and go: ‘Look, I was just lucky enough to play for Ireland. I was lucky enough to play Premier League football.’”Time supposedly heals all wounds, and so it proved with McCarthy and O’Neill. The pair ultimately made their peace, having gone several years without speaking to one another.I think it was a Bobby Robson Golf Classic event out in Portugal. I went up to him and said: ‘I’m sorry for everything that’s been said. I’ll always be indebted to the opportunity you gave me.’ The two of us made it up and we had a few pints. We chatted about it. I loved Mick and Mick loved and cared for me. It was just a nice moment that we could make it up after all those years, because he’s a man I respect greatly.“It’s a fantastic choice by the FAI [to appoint McCarthy for a second spell in charge]. He’s a man that really cares for our country, when he played and when he managed.”Four years after his last international match, O’Neill hung up his boots at the age of just 27. Having left Boro for Coventry in 2001, an injury-ridden spell with the Sky Blues saw him make only 12 appearances over the course of two years. O’Neill pictured during his Coventry days. Source: EMPICS SportWith the benefit of hindsight, O’Neill has some regrets about how he managed his body, in addition to feeling he would be better placed to cope with such injury problems in the modern-day Premier League environment.“Every case is different and ever player is different,” he says. “And nowadays, they treat it as so. For me particularly, because I had such issues with my back, if I didn’t release my pressure points around my glutes or transverses, it just didn’t allow me to run properly, I needed to be quite loose. It’s all changed now. When you play for your club, you get that specific treatment and they see your issues on a daily basis — in the early days, it’s probably fair to say that level of guidance was not there.I remember I was at Middlesbrough and there was a player there, Alen Boksic, if he had a cold, he wouldn’t play. We played Bradford away and he wouldn’t leave the dressing room — there was no hairdryer in the dressing room. He went berserk. The kitman had to wrap towels around his head to get him out onto the bus, because it was ingrained into him never to go outside with wet hair. If he wasn’t feeling absolutely 100%, if his body wasn’t 100%, he wouldn’t play.“When I was at Middlesbrough, I never played one reserve game. The minute I was fit, because we were in relegation battles and it was always a big game, I played. But because I never got any endurance in me, I’d only play three or four games, and then I’d be injured for three or four games.“If I came back and I was fit, [I should have done] another couple of weeks, miss a few games and just really build core strength and endurance, rather than directly going into combat when your body is just recovering all the time. I would have definitely done that better, listened to my body more and given myself an opportunity to get really strong before I went back into action. That undoubtedly would have helped, but I was always too eager to please. I suppose it can be seen as a quality, but in the end, people remember you for the amount of games you missed rather than the effort you put in to play.” O’Neill had dreadful luck with injuries over the course of his career. Source: Patrick Bolger/INPHOStatistics have starkly illustrated just how difficult it can be to adapt to life as a former Premier League footballer. And O’Neill admits it was far from plain sailing for him initially.“The first six months weren’t bad. You just go and do the things you’ve never been able to do, like go on holidays when a season’s going on. “Me and my now-wife went on loads of city breaks around Europe with pals. But then, after the fun wears off, in your head, you realise: ‘Where am I going to go now?’ Football was all I knew.“I made the decision that I was young enough and talented enough in other areas that I didn’t want football to define my life. I just had to go out and start at the bottom somewhere else and make a career for myself, which is a very difficult thing to do for your ego at the start.I remember being in a slaughterhouse up in Preston. I’d driven eight hours up to start my career in the food industry. There were people there saying: ‘Were you not on Soccer AM two weeks ago?’“It would have been quite easy to feel sorry for yourself and I know it sounds strange. [People might think:] ‘How can you feel sorry for yourself?’ But that is how you can feel at the time. I’m glad I made the effort and a lot of that’s to do with the foundation around you, and really good family and friends that support you, that’s something I had in abundance. Some players, past and present, don’t really have that foundation or opportunity. “I did a bit of media work, but I always had it in my head that there would be more famous people than me retiring ahead of me. I wanted a bit of security. When I was doing media work, it was all very sporadic. “The pool was getting smaller, so [I thought] ‘let’s do something different’. And that’s what I did.“Structure is something, I didn’t realise, I quite miss when I don’t have. It’s quite important. I do quite like it. I never thought I’d say it, but it’s definitely true. I think a lot of footballers miss that.”O’Neill is now based in Cornwall and has swapped football for a life in the business world, working for some of biggest food companies in Britain over the past number of years.“We don’t just work hard, but we have great banter, good camaraderie and we’re a good team. And that’s another thing that you could say is similar to your days as a footballer. It’s one of the things I used to like [about football].I’m a Man United fan. A lot of my good friends are still involved with that football club, so I’d go and take clients up there. I love the rugby now, even though Ireland didn’t do great in the Six Nations.“I love watching all sport and just enjoying it as a fan more than anything else.”Consequently, in carving out a life for himself outside of sport, O’Neill has succeeded where many others have struggled, in the process showing the same skill and resilience that served him well as a footballer.“You need to believe in yourself,” he adds. “You need to surround yourself with the right people.“There are a lot of agents and so many wrong people involved in the game. When you’re a young kid, you can be influenced by people that are not the right people. So trust in yourself, your family and your friends.”Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Share52 Tweet Email1 Subscribe Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
The discovery was made by a track maintenance wagon 2.5 kilometres from the Zevgolatio railway station, after an anonymous caller reportedly demanded 1.5 million euros from the Kalamata station master.The caller threatened to remove the piece of track and even specified where he would carry out the act. The maintenance crew later found that a section of track had indeed been sabotaged.Railway authorities immediately closed the line, the track was repaired and normal service has since resumed.Hellenic Railways Organization (OSE) officials said the sabotage was serious enough to have caused an accident. Local police in Kalamata are investigating what appears to be an unusual attempt at extortion after railway workers found a 10-centimetre piece of track missing from the line north of the city of Kalamata in the southern Peloponnese. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
La marche : une origine commune chez les animaux et les humainsSelon une étude réalisée par des chercheurs italiens, la locomotion chez les humains et les autres animaux aurait évolué à partir d’un même réseau neuronal ancestral.L’étude publiée dans la revue Science par des chercheurs de la Santa Lucia Fondation à Rome tend à prouver que c’est la même chaîne nerveuse motrice qui est à l’origine de la marche chez l’homme et chez les animaux. Ces réseaux neuronaux sont constitués de neurones individuels qui peuvent avoir des fonctions différentes mais qui restent interconnectés. À lire aussiFrance: bilan des ventes d’appareils technologiques en 2011Pour arriver à ces résultats, les scientifiques ont comparé l’activité électrique produite par 20 différents muscles squelettiques (placés sous le contrôle volontaire du cerveau) chez le jeune enfant et l’adulte, à celle produite par le nouveau-né pendant la marche automatique (un réflexe archaïque qui mime des mouvements de marche lorsqu’on soutient un nouveau-né en position debout).Les auteurs ont trouvé que chez les nouveau-nés, les neurones de la moelle épinière sont activés en deux étapes : une première qui commande aux jambes de se plier et de se tendre, et une seconde d’alterner pour avancer, rapporte Sciences et Avenir. En revanche, le circuit neuronal qui commande la marche volontaire demande quatre étapes distinctes afin de commander le mouvement de jambes mais aussi de soulever les orteils avant que la jambe ne commence à se plier.Or, des circuits neuraux similaires ont pu être également observés chez le rat, le chat, le singe et la pintade. Cette étude montre ainsi que même si l’homme a, à un moment donné évolué différemment pour devenir un bipède, son modèle de marche conserve certains aspects de la fonction motrice communs à plusieurs espèces animales.Le 18 novembre 2011 à 20:41 • Maxime Lambert
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By The Associated PressAutherine Lucy Foster, the first African-American student to attend the University of Alabama, received an honorary doctorate degree May 3 from the university where her presence brought mobs of protesters in 1956.The Tuscaloosa News reported that Foster, 89 received the degree during graduation ceremonies. She enrolled at the all-White university in 1956. However, she was expelled three days later after her presence brought protests and threats against her life.This photo provided by UA Strategic Communications Autherine Lucy Foster acknowledges the crowd as she receives a an honorary doctoral degree during a commencement exercise at The University of Alabama on Friday, May 3, 2019 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The university bestowed the honorary doctorate degree to Foster, the first African American to attend the university. (Zach Riggins/UA Strategic Communications via AP)Foster received a standing ovation May 3, news outlets report.Before receiving the honor, she remarked on the difference in seeing smiling faces “instead of frowning and displeased at my being here.”“I sat down last night, and when I thought about it, I was crying. The tears were just rolling down my eyes because it is so different and so unique for me to be able to come to such a university as this. That is a wonderful campus out there,” Foster told the newspaper.Her brief enrollment came after a lengthy court battle. She had first applied to the university in 1952 after earning a degree in English from Miles College, but her acceptance was rescinded because she was not White.African American students did not return to the campus until 1963 when Gov. George Wallace made his infamous stand in the school house door.Foster earned a master’s degree in education from the university in 1991, more than 35 years after attending her first class. She waited until 1992 to graduate to share the moment with her daughter, who is also a UA alumna.The university recognized Foster in 2017 with a historic marker in front of Graves Hall which houses the college of education. The university also named the clock tower at Malone Hood Plaza after Foster.
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