Governor Augustus Jaspert Governor of the British Virgin Islands, BVI, Augustus Jaspert says plans aimed at boosting the country’s national security will be announced this week.In a recent statement, Jaspert said cabinet has forged plans to bolster national security through collaboration with Police Commissioner Michael Matthews and members of other local law enforcement agencies.“These (plans) will be explained in detail next week,” Jaspert said in a media release last Friday.He noted that re-establishing streetlights around the police station in the capital of Road Town, will be included in the plans.“I am grateful for the UK’s support in funding extra electrical teams to support our efforts here. Security is everyone’s responsibility and we must all do our bit to keep the territory safe,” Jaspert added.He made the statement amid a series of successive shootings on the main island of Tortola.
Related Topics2018 Cleveland Indians ScheduleCleveland Indians CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Indians released their full season schedule on Wednesday, including broadcast details and game times.The team will begin the season with two west coast series against Seattle (March29-April 1) and the L.A. Angels (April 2-4).The Home Opener is set for Friday, April 6 at 4:10 p.m. against the Kansas City Royals. The team will have a 10-game homestand which includes the series against the Royals (April 6-8), as well as one against the Detroit Tigers (April 9-12) and one against the Toronto Blue Jays (April 13-15).From there, the Tribe will head to San Juan, Puerto Rico, to play a two-game set against the Minnesota Twins (April 17-18).SportsTime Ohio will air 155 games, while 12 games will be televised nationally.Click on the image below to download the full schedule. Ashley Bastock Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42
© Plovdiv24.bgOne of the greatest Bulgarian athletes turns 60 today. Olympic weightlifting champion Asen Zlatev is celebrating his anniversary shortly after publishing the first part of his autobiography, The Way of the Wanderer.He was born on May 23, 1960 in the Plovdiv village of Tsarimir. Left without a father, his mother sought help to raise him and the then goalkeeper of the football club “Botev” (Plovdiv) – Mikhail Karushkov, offered her to enroll him in the local sports school. He was accepted with the highest score, and even then teachers and coaches see in his perfect physique and his strong character a future champion.He left for the Olympics in Moscow when he was only 20 years old and with the assets of only one European title, won months before the Games. There he presented the big surprise by winning the epic battle with the great favorite of the hosts from the USSR Alexander the First and the other very strong Bulgarian at that time – Nedelcho Kolev. Our hero overthrew the great Russian hero and recorded one of the most beautiful victories in our Olympic history. The media immediately published headlines: “Zlatev made First – Second”.Assen was only 20 years old when he celebrated at the Olympic summit in Moscow in 1980, but after this triumph for 12 years, fate unhappily deprived him of the opportunity to win 3 more consecutive titles: because of the boycott of Los Angeles in 1984, then because of the returned barbell team from Seoul 1988 and finally due to a sudden high temperature on the day of the checklist for determining the composition for Barcelona 1992.Meanwhile, Zlatev has won 3 world and 5 European titles, and in his showcase he arranges a total of 15 medals from major championships. These are distinctions only in the matches, and in total with these movements the medals are over 40… He has been the captain of the national team for nine years. He finished his sports career as a playing coach in Germany.Three other important facts in Zlatev’s life: he has never had a doping problem, there is no “zero” in any official competition, something rare for a world-class weightlifter with hundreds of participations, and yet – he has no injuries in his competition. To this day, he keeps fit every morning with the barbell in the gym.Asen Zlatev – a giant with the look of a fighter and the iron will of an invincible champion.Bulgarian Weightlifting Federation and the team of Plovdiv24.bg congratulate the anniversary of Asen Zlatev and wish him good health, strength and success.
Vladislav Stoyanov can start among the starters of Ludogorets in the clash with CSKA.Stoyanov’s colleague at the door of the champions Renan dos Santos left the match with Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) injured. The Brazilian suffered an injury in the middle of the first half. On Monday, the guard will be tested to show how long he will be absent.The Brazilian hangs for the match with CSKA. The match of the “Army” is on Sunday, September 20, at 20:30, “Tema: Sport” writes.Spice may prefer Daniele Verde to Mavis ChibotaRoma’s teenager played well last season for AEKThe other goalkeeper in the team, Plamen Iliev, has not yet fully recovered from an Achilles injury.
Other countries like Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and The Bahamas also recorded an increase in cases over the weekend. Suriname also reported its 27th death on Sunday, adding that of the 166 tests conducted over the past 24 hours, 89 returned positive, with most of the cases occurring in the capital, Paramaribo. “In the last 24 hours, 33 civilians were declared cured, which brought the total to, 1,194. The number of positive cases in isolation is 613, (while) in quarantine there are 343 people,” the authorities noted. The new cases include seven females and four males, ranging from ages 13 to 73 years. Two of them were classified as imported, with the affected persons having arrived recently on flights from the United States and the Dominican Republic. In all the Caribbean countries, the health officials have been urging people to continue practising social distancing in the workplace, public spaces, and while using public transportation to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease. But perhaps the greatest threat to public health remains international visitors that have been bringing the virus to the islands. In Guyana, the Ministry of Public Health is reporting that the number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 44 bringing to 474, the number of persons who have tested positive for the virus. The number of deaths is now 12 and that 11 new positive cases were recorded on Sunday, bringing the total so far to 894. Other countries like Trinidad and Tobago, Cayman Islands and Dominica have not yet reopened their borders to international travel. While in Barbados, they have had to tighten their restrictions: announcing that persons from high-risk countries (including USA) will be quarantined on arrival for 14 days – with option of 2nd PCR test (between 5-7 days). Bahamas was one such country that had to shut its borders to the United States after seeing a spike in cases. The island’s tourism ministry also announced that no one is permitted to stay in any hotel without a COVId-19 test. In Jamaica, the Ministry of Health said that the two persons who died from the virus in Jamaica were a 64-year-old man from Clarendon and a 73-year-old woman from St Thomas. The Ministry has also reported that another person has succumbed to the virus taking the total number of deaths to 21. Haiti has 2, 697 active cases while 4, 606 persons have been healed of the virus. Suriname now has 1,849 infected cases since the first one was detected on March 13 with 100 persons hospitalised with 15 at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The total number of positive cases in the country has risen to 7,468 since the first case was detected on March 19. The ministry said that the four new deaths, including three in the West Department and the other in the North Department, brought the death toll to 165. “In total 4,893 persons have been tested for the virus with 4,419 yielding negative results,” the Ministry said. Haiti, which has one of the highest number of cases within CARICOM, registered 44 new cases within the past 24 hours as well as four deaths, according to figures released by the Ministry of Public Health. It said that to date, 185 persons have recuperated from COVID-related illnesses and that there are 268 active cases in institutional isolation at various facilities across Guyana. Jamaica, Haiti, Guyana and Suriname recorded a total of seven deaths from the coronavirus (COVID-19) over the weekend as health authorities in those countries have renewed calls for their populations to take the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the virus. With more and more Floridians travelling to Jamaica, locals have also called on the Jamaican health ministry to impose additional restrictions on travel, instead of leaving the fate of public health in the hands of those that do not live there.