One woman died after she was struck inthe head by a tear gas canister, Iraq’s Human Rights Commission said, and atleast 155 people were wounded on Friday. At least 250 people were killed overthe past month.(Reuters) BAGHDAD – Tens of thousands of Iraqisthronged central Baghdad demanding the downfall of the political elite in thebiggest day of mass anti-government demonstrations since the fall of SaddamHussein. A demonstrator throws away a tear gas canister during an anti-government protest in Baghdad, Iraq on Nov. 1. REUTERS/KHALID AL-MOUSILY Protests have accelerated dramaticallyin recent days, drawing huge crowds from across Iraq’s sectarian and ethnicdivides to reject the political parties in power since 2003. Five people died on Thursday nightfrom similar injuries.
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Given a no-nonsense ride by Joseph O’Brien after assuming control from an early stage, the Aidan O’Brien-trained colt answered every call in seeing off the persistent challenge of Penny Pepper by half a length. The stable won the six-furlong affair 12 months ago with the high-class Due Diligence, who went on to be second to Slade Power in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. A son of Rip Van Winkle, The Happy Prince holds an assortment of Group One engagements. “I wasn’t sure about coming back to six furlongs, but he has plenty of speed,” said the winning trainer of the 7-4 favourite. “He’s a little funny when he gets there. It was the same in Limerick as he swerved when he got there. Six or seven is probably his trip.” O’Brien snr followed up when the Seamie Heffernan-ridden Outstanding proved much too strong in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden. The Happy Prince turned in an admirable effort as he defied top weight in the Woodlands 100 Club Handicap at Naas. Press Association
“We’re gonna take these little terrorists out of their neighborhoods,” PBSO Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said at Wednesday’s press conference.According to PBSO, the investigation led to the arrests of 14 dangerous suspects who face charges including homicide, attempted murder, robbery, arson, narcotics sale/possession, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, racketeering, and conspiracy to commit racketeering.This story is developing. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 14 suspected gang members on Wednesday.The arrests come following a two-year investigation ‘Operation Prometheus’ conducted by the agency’s Violent Crimes Gang Unit.#OperationPrometheus is the culmination of a two year investigation. This is how we arrested 14 dangerous gang members. https://t.co/6CJg2A9FOu— PBSO (@PBCountySheriff) June 12, 2019
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: A ton from Amandeep Khare (105) lifted Chattishgarh to a promising position in the Ranji Trophy tie against Assam which got underway at the ACA Stadium, Barsapara here today. The visitors were 276 for 7 at stumps on Day 1.Invited to bat first, Chattishgarh were once struggling 47-3 but Amandeep stood like a rock in the middle and guided his team to good position. The batsman got nice support from Harpreet Singh Bhatia (50) and Shashank Singh (60).In the morning pacer Arup Das gave nice start to Assam removing opener Shashank Chandrakar (1) and first down batsman Asuthosh Singh (5). His new ball partner Ranjeet Mali sent back other opener Avnish Singh (24) and it looked like that Assam were going to take control on the game. But Amandeep played a solid knock in the middle. The batsman faced 164 balls to score 105 runs with the help of 16 boundaries. He also involved with two big partnerships with Harpreet Singh Bhatia (50) and Shashank Singh (60).It was Riyan Parag who brought back Assam in the game picking three wickets at the later part of the day. Riyan first removed Amandeep and later he picked up Vishal Singh and Ajay Mandal. The young spinner finished the day 3-44. Arup also picked up 3 wickets giving away 68 runs.Also Read: Bizarre incident: Ranji Trophy match between Mumbai & Karnataka interrupted due to snakesAlso Read: Torch Relay of 3rd Khelo India Youth Games received by District Administration in Kokrajhar
Tags: CazenoviaChittenangoTennis Cazenovia did get on the board in doubles when Alex Galle and Emma Schwartz rolled past Riley Ellis and Sarah Lanphear 6-0, 6-1, but the rest of the doubles matches went to the Bears.In three sets, Abbie Austin and Allison Soulier rallied past Nova Berger and Nina Royer 2-6, 6-2, 6-1, while Leah DeMauro and Jessica Hallock outlasted Regan Dauenhauer and Mae Sayre 6-4, 6-7, 10-8. In two sets, Chittenango’s Brianna Crystal and Shannon Pitt got past Katie Pavelchak and Emma Thornton 6-2, 6-4.Following this, Chittenango found out that it had the no. 4 seed in a 10-team field for the Section III Class B team tournament, and would face no. 5 seed Carthage in the quarterfinals early this week, the winner to get top seed New Hartford or Whitesboro in the semifinals. Cazenovia, meanwhile, was in the Class C sectional bracket as the no. 8 seed, looking to knock off no. 9 seed Canastota to set up a quarterfinal against top seed Clinton.And this didn’t prove too tough as the Lakers blanked the Raiders 7-0. Berger, in first singles, won 6-4, 6-0 over Crystal VanOrnam, with Royer handling Emmalee Warner 6-3, 6-2 and Douglas topping Skyler Donley 7-5, 6-2.Only one of the four doubles matches went to three sets as Dauenhauer and Sayre rallied past Gabbie Edwards and Sierra Tucci 6-7, 7-5, 10-6, with the other matches going just two sets.Galle and Pierce wasted little time beating Alyse Stockbridge and Valona Whitehead 6-0, 6-1, while Knusten and Schwartz paired up to get past Allison Ball and Gracie Durant 6-4, 6-1. Pavelchak and Thornton won 6-1, 6-2 over Adeline Debrucque and Odell Kaitlyn.The winner between Cazenovia and Clinton would get Marcellus or Jordan-Elbridge in the Class C sectional semifinals.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story With their regular seasons winding down, the Chittenango and Cazenovia girls tennis teams went head-to-head last Monday afternoon on the Lakers’ home courts.But even though it was the road team, the Bears emerged with a 6-1 victory, claiming all three singles points and working hard for points in doubles, too.To begin Chittenango’s singles run, Anna Rooney shut out Clare Douglas 6-0, 6-0. Then Brooke DiFlorio worked past Baylee Pierce 6-1, 6-1 as Delaney Dawkins got a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Julia Knutsen.
The Undergraduate Student Government is starting the process of pushing for a fall break after successfully extending the Thanksgiving break to include Wednesday.USG spent two years lobbying to get the administration to make Wednesday part of the holiday weekend.Though many universities, including Stanford and Yale, get an entire week off for Thanksgiving, USG President Monish Tyagi said a fall break in October would be more beneficial.“What we are exploring right now is a fall break to help students make their way through the semester,” Tyagi said.Many students said a fall break would be helpful because it would provide much-needed time off to rest during one of the busiest parts of the semester.“It gives people some time to go home, decompress and get away from the grind for a bit,” said Drew Gerardi, a senior majoring in psychology.Tyagi said the next step for adding a fall break to the academic calendar is to determine the opinions of different groups on campus, such as faculty, administration and students.In an effort to gauge student support for a fall break, USG is in the process of conducting an online poll, the preliminary results of which have been positive, Tyagi said.“Of the students that we have surveyed so far, almost 90 percent were in favor of a fall break,” Tyagi said.Some students, however, said they are opposed to incorporating a fall break into the schedule out of concerns that it will lead to a longer school year.“I would rather not have a fall break because that would extend out the school year,” said Jefferson Trieu, a sophomore majoring in biological sciences.To account for the instructional days that would be lost by adding a fall break, Tyagi said USG will examine several options, including the possibility of starting school earlier in the year.“The next step is looking at all of those options, and seeing what would be best for the university,” Tyagi said.The preliminary pollings have shown slightly less student support for creating a fall break than for the extension of the Thanksgiving break.Nearly 95 percent of students interviewed in a USG survey conducted last school year said they were in favor of having an extra day off for Thanksgiving break.“I think students are very excited about it,” Tyagi said. “It’s nice to have an extra day to travel and not worry about missing classes.”Though the break was widely supported by the student body, many said it would be more beneficial to have the entire week off.Skyler Okey, a junior majoring in communication, said she thinks it would be more beneficial to have the whole week off.“In my high school we had the whole week off and it was absolutely amazing,” Okey said. “I would definitely take a few days extra at the end of school to have the whole week off.”
Hefley was feted on the field prior to Friday’s game. Broadcaster and retired pitcher Orel Hershiser presented a bouquet of flowers to Hefley, who was joined by her family to announce “it’s time for Dodger baseball” over the public address system.Hefley replaced Helen Dell as the Dodgers’ organist in 1988. Nancy Bea Hefley will retire as the Dodgers’ organist after this weekend. The Dodgers made the announcement prior to their game against the San Diego Padres on Friday night. “I’m leaving on good terms,” said Hefley, who had been commuting along with her husband, Bill, from their home in Silver Springs, Nev., for every homestand.• Related: Vin Scully to miss final regular season seriesDodgers chief marketing officer Lon Rosen said that no decision has been made as to whether the team will hire a new organist, as Hefley only informed the team of her decision within the last few days. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
EL SEGUNDO — In a Chicago airport lobby, Coby Karl put the phone on speaker, and Andre Ingram leaned in to listen.The gray hairs that grace the oldest player on the South Bay Lakers sometimes make Ingram look even older than he actually is. But a flush of youth came to his face when SBL general manager Nick Mazzella told him the Lakers would sign him to a 10-day contract later that day. As his grin spread, teammates mobbed around him and cheered, in a video released by the team. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The past few weeks have been fraught for the Lakers, who have lost five straight games and essentially drummed themselves out of the playoffs. The news has been worse off the court, where Brandon Ingram (deep vein thrombosis) and Lonzo Ball (ankle sprain) are likely out for the rest of the season, and Kyle Kuzma, Lance Stephenson and Tyson Chandler have missed games with injuries.Enter Ingram, who became an overnight sensation last year as a then-32-year-old rookie, scoring 19 points on 6 for 8 shooting in his debut against the Houston Rockets. Overnight, Ingram’s story was one of the most talked-about NBA storylines at the end of another tough season for the franchise, and there was some discussion at one point that his story might be made into a film.For the most part, this season has been a return to earth for Ingram, who averaged 8.6 points and 2.7 rebounds in 35 games in the G League this season. His long-distance percentage has dropped to just above 35 percent from 3-point range this season, but Walton said he expects Ingram to help stretch the floor for the shooting-starved Lakers.“I loved his attitude,” Walton said. “He doesn’t complain. He works hard no matter what. You talk to the G League coaches: Whenever they need him, he’s ready to play. And for us when we played them in the short games, he spaced the floor for us. He knocked down shots.”KUZMA COULD RETURN VS. BULLSThe Lakers are hopeful that Kyle Kuzma will be back in the starting lineup Tuesday against the Chicago Bulls after missing the last two games with a right ankle sprain.Kuzma (18.8 ppg, 5.6 rpg) was a full participant in practice on Monday morning before the Lakers flew to Chicago. He participated in only parts of practice last Friday before missing a start against the Celtics. The Lakers hope that Kuzma can pack some scoring punch as the team is scaling back minutes for LeBron James in the final 16 games of the year.“He went through practice today, so he looked better,” Walton said. “We’ll see how he feels after this long flight, how he feels tomorrow. But he was a full participant in practice today.” It will be just the second time the 6-foot-3 guard has been called up to the NBA in his 11-year journey through the developmental league. And while the news certainly seemed to mean a lot to the 33-year-old, it might even mean more to a Lakers (30-36) team that is short on both bodies and inspiration.Ingram was to meet the Lakers in Chicago on Monday evening, and Coach Luke Walton said he was pleased to see the well-traveled veteran get another NBA shot.“We always talk about the type of players we want in here, right, the culture we’re trying to build and the way that we work,” he said. “I say all the time I love the way our guys work no matter if it’s a win or a loss, the way we’re competing in practice on off days. So, someone like (Ingram) that we trust that’s going to bring that level of professionalism is something that we need.”
Among the many things outgoing team president Magic Johnson touched on during his resignation, an upbeat attitude about Ingram stood out. He credited Ingram for rising above the fray during trade rumors that tested the Lakers’ locker room.“Before Brandon Ingram got hurt, he was playing (unbelievable),” Johnson said. “He put together what, three weeks or two weeks – that’s the Brandon, I think if he can get to that level and stay there consistently next year, he’d be like an All-Star.”Ingram is also a believer that he can reach that level, and he said that support from coaches and teammates has helped sustain the hope that he can resume his rise once he returns. Fans have also approached him cold to tell him that they’re praying for him to heal.“That means a lot,” Ingram said. “I think we get so caught up in so much of the negativity. Just to see the positive and see everyone around saying positive things, I think that was good for me.” Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs EL SEGUNDO — It started out as tightness. Then it felt like a pinch, piercing enough that he couldn’t lift his arm above his shoulder.Brandon Ingram’s first instinct was to push through it.“I knew I was going to hear (Luke Walton’s) mouth talking about I was soft when I was coming to the gym,” he said.But Ingram was not soft. He didn’t realize in those early March days that pinch was actually a blood clot, pressing against his nerves, packed into a tight corridor just by his collarbone. If it hadn’t been discovered, it could’ve been a timebomb smaller than a dime – something that could have actually threatened his life. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersLess than a month removed from thoracic outlet decompression surgery at UCLA that ended his season, Ingram spoke to reporters Wednesday morning, the first time since the blood clot was diagnosed. After the procedure left him without part of his uppermost rib (an anatomically useless portion of the body), he’s not expected to have any more problems with blood clots and should make a full recovery in time to play next season.Still, the diagnosis hit him hard back in March. His initial reaction was the same one many others had: He thought of Chris Bosh, who was essentially forced into retirement because of blood clots. He’s since learned that his condition isn’t really an apples-to-apples comparison, but early on, uncertainty reigned.“When I initially heard about it I was kind of worried,” he said. “I heard people talk about the Chris Bosh thing. I think people around me, they kept me grounded, they kept me smiling. They told me everything was gonna be all right. I didn’t have anything related to Chris Bosh really. His was a little bit worse. In my situation, I’m happy that we caught it early.”The last few weeks, Ingram has been on blood thinners and faced restrictions on what he can do with his right arm. He started physical therapy a week ago, but it’s still going to be a while before he’s doing any basketball activities. He lives in fear of sneezes – they set off jolts of pain in his chest and back as he continues to heal from surgery.Ingram dreams of coming back to the gym. He hasn’t picked up a basketball in more than a month. In the meantime, he quipped, he’s been relaxing “a little too much,” which makes him want to return to the game all the more. Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed “Without basketball, I have no idea what to do,” he said. “Just brings a little motivation. Added motivation. I just don’t take things for granted.”Ingram’s appearance at the Lakers’ practice facility was a rare one since he’s been diagnosed. He hasn’t been seen publicly at the team’s games, practices or shootarounds, and Walton recently said he hadn’t seen Ingram since the procedure.Most of that is his physical pain, which has limited him from getting around too much. But part of that is also the hurt of not being able to join his team.“Just the pain of watching and not being on the floor, I think,” he said. “I’m blessed that everything is going well, but for this to happen, and basketball to be the only thing I’m doing for eight hours a day, it’s a big change.”The Lakers are eager to welcome Ingram back into the fold, particularly if he regains the form he found before he was sidelined. His season-long scoring average (18.1 ppg) was a career-best, but after the All-Star break, he had reached another tier, averaging 24 points while shooting 53.4 percent from the field.Related Articles Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error