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  • Pensioner robbed at knifepoint

    first_imgMary Elizabeth, 75, of Suddie Sea Road, Essequibo Coast, is thanking God for sparing her life after she was robbed of cash and clothing, early Monday morning.According to information, around 02:45h, the woman heard a knocking sound at the northern window of her house while she also smelt something burning. Sensing that something was amiss, the pensioner decided to make inquiries and rushed out of her room.To her dismay, she stumbled upon the male suspect, whom she recognised. The bandit then held a knife to her neck and ordered her to go into her room and hand over the money.The woman complied and the suspect then collected $45,000 cash and a quantity of clothing. He then made good his escape.The matter was reported and the Police promptly responded.The suspect has since been arrested.last_img read more

  • SA swimmers shine in Moscow

    first_imgA break of almost two months between events did little to slow down the performances of South Africa’s top swimmers as they excelled at the Fina World Cup in Moscow over the weekend. StandingsThe 21-year-old Durbanite is top of the men’s overall World Cup rankings on 128 points. Russian sprint star Vladimir Morozov is in second place with 87 points, followed by Hungarian breaststroke ace Daniel Gyurta with 84 points. Fourth place belongs to Roland Schoeman on 57 points. Myles Brown is on 24 points. Le Clos ruled the 100 metres butterfly, clocking 49.34 to relegate Tom Shields to second again. 15 October 2013 Le Clos previously won the overall World Cup title in 2011. Fellow Olympic champion Cameron van der Burgh took the honours in 2008 and 2009, while Ryk Neethling, another Olympic champion, ruled the roost in the 2004/05 and 2005/06 seasons. Myles Brown continued to enhance his reputation by claiming a convincing win in the 400 metres freestyle in 3:41.79. Second victorySchoeman, now 33, but aiming for a place at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, added another victory in the 50 metres breaststroke, touching the wall in 25.83 seconds, with Croatia’s Sasa Gerbec way back in second place in 27.09. Schoeman, who was part of the 4 by 100 metres freestyle relay squad with Neethling that won Olympic gold in 2004, was runner-up to Van der Burgh in 2009 Fina World Cup.center_img On the opening day, Olympic 200 metres butterfly champion Chad le Clos continued to show he is the successor to the great Michael Phelps in the American’s favourite event by winning it in 1:49.83. He finished well clear of second-placed Tom Shields of the USA, who was just over two seconds behind the South African star. He also added the 200 metres individual medley crown to his list of successes, finishing well clear of Australia’s Kenneth To in a time of 1:53.04. He claimed his second title on day two of the event, holding off Brazil’s Lucas Da Cruz Kanieski to win the 1 500 metres freestyle by just over a second in 14:43.52. Le Clos also picked up a silver medal in the 50 metres butterfly, but victory still went to South Africa as Roland Schoeman blasted his way to the win in 22.36 seconds. Close thirdBrown also tried his hand over a shorter distance in the 200 metres, but had to settle for third, just behind Poland’s Pawel Korzeniowski and Robert Hurley of Australia. The Fina World Cup moves to the Middle East next, with Dubai hosting a meeting place on 17 and 18 October, followed by Doha on 20 and 21 October.last_img read more

  • Major Russian banks attacked by powerful IoT devices-focused botnet

    first_imgThe Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#botnet#cyberattack#data#IoT#Kaspersky Labs#Russia#security David Curry Five major Russian banks were targeted late last week by a botnet comprised of 24,000 computer and IoT devices. The attacks came from devices in 30 countries, including the United States, India, and Taiwan.The attacks came in the form of distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS), which sends millions of requests to servers, taking them offline. From there, hackers may be able to compromise systems and steal information, but the five banks have denied any customer information has been stolen.See Also: India inks tech-leveraging smart city pact with RussiaSberbank, Alfa Bank, the Bank of Moscow, Rosbank, and the Moscow Exchange were all targeted in the attack, and websites were forced offline for several hours. The attack started on November 8, and it took two days for systems to normalize.Kaspersky Lab, a Russian security firm, said that at its peak the botnet was sending 660,000 requests per second. The attack is similar to the one that took Netflix, Twitter, and Pinterest offline, utilizing IoT devices, but was not at the same scale.“These are complex attacks that are virtually impossible to stop with standard tools available to communications providers,” said Kaspersky Lab to Tass, a Russian state news agency.Kaspersky calls this “calm before the storm”Kaspersky has also warned that this could be the calm before the storm, hinting that a larger attack may be coming in the next week. Whoever controls the botnet may be scouting to see how fast the banks react to DDoS attacks.Botnets are starting to become a major problem for the web, as more devices come online with poor security credentials. The surge in IoT devices has provided hackers with oodles of connected devices that can be compromised easily.The U.S. government issued warnings to the makers of these unsecure devices and the Department of Homeland Security plans to publish guidelines for how to encrypt and secure devices. We have yet to see how Russia will make sure its own systems and devices are safe from botnets. Related Posts center_img 6 User-Interface Musts for Personal Finance Apps What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Top 5 Issues Faced by Futuristslast_img read more

  • Jaja Santiago back for Foton

    first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netJaja Santiago is returning—and she couldn’t have picked a better time for her comeback.The towering Santiago, who is coming off an impressive stint with Ageo Medics in the Japanese V-League Division 1, will reinforce Foton on Saturday when it takes on F2 Logistics in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES View comments UP takes on soaring Ateneo The 6-foot-6 Santiago averaged 11.7 points and scored 23 points in Ageo’s match against Denso Airybees in their last game of the Final 8.Petron, meanwhile, guns for win No. 14 when it faces going up against United VC at 6 p.m., right after the 4 p.m. duel between Foton and F2.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsSantiago’s sister Diane, who manages Foton, confirmed that the former National U star will beef up the Tornadoes, who are on a 10-game losing run.Another Santiago sister, Dindin Manabat, and new import Milagros Collar have already checked in with the Tornadoes in a bid to reverse Foton’s alarming slide. MOST READ PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Google Philippines names new country director Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Private companies step in to help SEA Games hostinglast_img read more

  • 10 months agoWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

    first_imgWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelveyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are eyeing Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.The Daily Mail says West Ham are exploring the possibility of a move to sign Shelvey but are braced to face fierce resistance from Newcastle.Shelvey has only made 12 appearances for Newcastle this season and this week went to Barcelona for treatment for a thigh problem. Though he has not been ruled out for definite, the midfielder remains doubtful for Saturday evening’s clash with Chelsea.He may have been a peripheral figure for Newcastle but Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham’s manager, admires Shelvey and would jump at the possibility to bring him to the London Stadium in this window. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • 16 days agoLiverpool fullback Alexander-Arnold: Klopp always paid attention to academy

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool fullback Alexander-Arnold: Klopp always paid attention to academyby Paul Vegas16 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool fullback Trent Alexander-Arnold says manager Jurgen Klopp has always paid attention to the club’s academy talent.Klopp has now spent four years at Anfield and Alexander-Arnold admits his interest in promoting young players was immediately obvious. “Within his first few weeks he was down at the academy watching the young lads, and that almost gave us a bit more faith and gave a statement to the club that he is going to use young players and give us those chances,” he said.”He’s shown over the four-year period that he has given those young players their chances and given them opportunities and obviously I’m one of the youngsters that have been given them.”A massive thanks to him, and hopefully there will be four more years of success.” last_img read more

  • Video: Cam Newton Is Getting Crushed For Sulking, Walking Out Of Press Conference

    first_imgCam Newton is unhappy during press conference.Cam NewtonThe people who don’t like Cam Newton have more fuel to add to that hate fire. The Carolina Panthers’ quarterback is currently getting crushed on social media for the way he handled himself after his team’s loss to the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. At his post-game press conference, Newton sullenly sat for roughly three minutes, barely answered any questions and then got up and left. Here’s video of his exit. Panthers Cam Newton barely answered questions and here he exits pic.twitter.com/eNMDpv2sQH— Cam Inman (@CamInman) February 8, 2016And here’s some of the reaction. Cam’s presser was weak. If you’re going to celebrate when you win, you’ve got to face the music when you lose.— Jim Rome (@jimrome) February 8, 2016I’m a Cam fan. Tonight’s outcome doesn’t change how incredible he is, was this season. But how he handled the presser was most disappointing— Chris Fedor (@ChrisFedor) February 8, 2016BTW…I love Cam…great player, but wish he would’ve handled that press session better than that— Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) February 8, 2016It’s fair to call Cam a front runner now. Dude lives it up when things go well, turns into a whiny brat when they don’t.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 8, 2016So disappointing. I get that he’s in pain. I’m not a Cam hater, but he has to be a better leader & professional. https://t.co/emFpcziUjW— Jerry Brewer (@JerryBrewer) February 8, 2016Just when I start liking Cam, he goes back to pouting and a walk off at the press conference. Stardom is a two way street.— Hunter Mahan (@HunterMahan) February 8, 2016Hardest thing to do after a “big game” loss is speak to the media (yes I know I had to a lot) but what was that Cam Newton?! #MVP #SB50— Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) February 8, 2016I see college freshmen and sophomores handle themselves better annually after losing in the Final Four than Cam Newton just did. Ooooof.— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) February 8, 2016Obviously, it’s understandable that Newton is disappointed, but the criticism of him is (mostly) fair here. He could’ve acted better.last_img read more

  • Lone ranger Sole Ohioan took different route to OSU

    Of the 23 players on the Ohio State women’s ice hockey team, senior forward Michele Tonnessen is the only Buckeye born and raised in Ohio. The other 22 members hail from dominant hockey domains like Minnesota, Wisconsin and Canada.The Gahanna native has been ice skating for as long as she remembers, but didn’t start playing hockey until she was 10 years old. With two older brothers who played, Tonnessen said she grew up around the sport and quickly became familiar with it.“After watching them play and having to travel around with my parents, I guess I just kind of decided I wanted to play rather than watch,” Tonnessen said.But Tonnessen encountered a dilemma many young girls face in non-traditional hockey states: women teams can be few and far between.Coach Jackie Barto said Ohio doesn’t possess as much strong talent as traditional hockey states, so the “bulk of our recruiting is up north.”“We’re looking to bring in the best hockey players at Ohio State,” Barto said. If there’s an Ohio girl who shows promise at the Division I level, “we’re going to try and make it work.”It was Tonnessen’s sophomore year of high school when college hockey became a real possibilities. After attending OSU’s summer camp, she weighed her skills against other campers and solicited advice from the coaches about her potential.“We knew she would be a hard worker, that she would continue to grow and develop while she’s here in our program,” Barto said.“Once I knew I had a chance, I knew that I wanted it,” Tonnessen said.So Tonnessen played with the boys until her senior year of high school. She switched to the women’s game after OSU coaches told her she’d need experience in the women’s game to be recruited.“It was kind of a no-brainer to switch over,” Tonnessen said.Tonnessen joined the Ohio Flames, a women’s club team, during the 2005-2006 season. The Flames advanced to nationals after becoming the 2006 Under-19 Mid-Am District Champions.Although playing the women’s game took some adjusting for the first two years, Tonnessen believes her experience in men’s hockey has helped her in the long run.“It makes you more physical, it makes you tougher, a bit faster,” Tonnessen said. “I think it just gives you an edge on everybody else. It makes you more competitive.”Even though the women’s game proved to be slower for Tonnessen, she said it took hard work to play the women’s way.“It was a lot more skill and finesse with stick handling,” she said. “You could see plays develop.”But despite the hockey program, Tonnessen said she came to OSU because it was close to home and her two brothers graduated as Buckeyes. It was more about the school and academics. Hockey was just a “bonus that ended up coming along with it,” she said.As Tonnessen’s collegiate hockey career comes to an end, Barto credits Tonnessen for being a great representative of OSU hockey.“She’s been a good teammate; … a positive influence and member of the program,” Barto said. “She’s become the best hockey player she can become.” read more

  • Nani saddened by exteammate Welbecks injury

    first_imgNani offered ex-Manchester United teammate Danny Welbeck his condolences after he suffered a suspected broken ankle in Arsenal’s Europa League clash with Sporting LisbonThe English striker was stretchered off the pitch at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday with an oxygen mask after an awkward landing from an aerial challenge in the first-half.Sporting’s Nani was seen consoling Welbeck as he was carried off to the hospital.“It was a very sad moment,” said Nani, according to the Independent.“I feel very sorry for him, he is a great person. A good lad and a good friend. When that kind of moment happens in the game you feel very sad.“I don’t know what to say, I just want him to recover well and I hope it is nothing serious but you can see something happened there so I wish him all the best and a very fast recovery.”Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.Arsenal manager Unai Emery admitted that it looks “serious” after the game finished at 0-0.However, the Spaniard refused to confirm whether Welbeck will face another long spell out on the sidelines.GRANDE apoio dos adeptos, forte espírito de equipa e ponto importante em Londres. As melhoras para o meu amigo @DannyWelbeck! Great fans, strong team spirit and important point. Get well soon, Danny!#sportingcp #uel #team #fans pic.twitter.com/sTtr5oFtWn— Nani (@luisnani) November 8, 2018last_img read more