“With the integrated data, the fugitives’ records will spread quickly, and [this will] minimize their room for [escape],” Zudan said in a statement on Thursday.Zudan said that one of the reasons behind the data integration was the recent clandestine return of graft convict and fugitive Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra to the country.Djoko, who was convicted in the high-profile Bank Bali graft case, had been on the run for more than a decade since he fled the country in 2009. After entering the country undetected in early June, he managed to obtain a new electronic-ID and file a request for a court review of his conviction without being apprehended.The e-ID was allegedly issued with the authorization and personal involvement of former South Grogol subdistrict head Asep Subahan in South Jakarta. The Jakarta administration has dismissed Asep for abuse of authority and violations of the e-ID card issuance procedure. The Home Ministry will provide information about the nation’s most-wanted criminals – a list maintained by the Attorney’s General’s Office (AGO) – on the government’s civil registry to prevent further failures of enforcement and stop exploitation of the system by fugitives.Home Ministry population and civil registration director general Zudan Arif Fakhrulloh said that the ministry had received the most-wanted list from the AGO.The most-wanted list will be sent to population and civil registration offices throughout the country so that officers receive alerts about the legal status of fugitives if they request civil registration services. In late July, the police managed to track down and arrest Djoko in Malaysia with the help of the neighboring country’s police force.The integration of the data was also part of an agreement between the ministry and the AGO to use civil registry data in law enforcement. On Thursday, both agencies signed a letter of agreement to extend the cooperation that they had begun three years before.Zudan said the agreement had been made to give assistance to the AGO in law enforcement through the use of population data. According to agreement, the Population and Civil Registration Directorate General is allowed to give investigators access to 268 million personal data entries in the civil registry database, which include citizenship identification numbers (NIK), names and addresses.The investigators are also allowed to access the Directorate General’s database of 192 million citizen fingerprints and photographs for biometric recognition purposes. Zudan estimated that it would take a maximum of 20 seconds to match the fingerprint and face of an individual to an entry in the database, if the data had been recorded.Home Minister Tito Karnavian, a former National Police chief who was assigned to his current role in late 2019, said that access to the civil registry database had been beneficial for the police.”This is also true of the Attorney General’s Office [most-wanted list]. Especially for corruption cases, in terms of interrogation, examination and other techniques, population and civil registry data is very useful in accelerating our work,” said Tito.However, Tito warned that the data should be protected to prevent abuse and breaches.Attorney General ST Burhanuddin said in the statement that he appreciated the technological advancements and asked that prosecutors use the data selectively and only for investigation purposes.Topics :
Advertisement Comment Arteta is yet to see sustained improvement form his players (Picture: Getty)Ralph Hasenhuttl insists there is never a good time to play Arsenal and said the Gunners’ speed is ‘unstoppable’.Mikel Arteta’s side travel to Southampton on Thursday having lost both their Premier League games since the restart of the 2019/20 season.Arsenal are languishing in tenth in the table and facing an injury crisis, but Southampton boss Hasenhuttl heaped praise on the Gunners and Arteta.‘He has a strong team – it’s never or a good moment [to play them],’ Hasenhuttl said ahead of the game at St Mary’s.ADVERTISEMENT‘It’s always difficult because they have quality, they have fantastic players and it’s always to play the game.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘Even if they have a few injuries, the quality is so big they can absolutely hit back immediately and if you give them a little space, they are unstoppable with their speed.‘We must really take care, really pay attention of everything and finally make it a very good game.’ Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl names one aspect of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side which is ‘unstoppable’ Hasenhuttl is wary of Arsenal’s speed (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have several key players out injured and will be without David Luiz again as he serves the final game of his suspension.Pablo Mari, Granit Xhaka, Bernd Leno, Cedric Soares and Lucas Torreira are all expected to miss the Southampton game through injury.Arsenal’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League took a big hit with the loss to Brighton, with the Gunners side now eleven points off fourth place.MORE: Arsenal in talks to sign Neto from BarcelonaMORE: Michael Owen makes Premier League predictions for Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea vs Manchester CityFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Coral BarryTuesday 23 Jun 2020 5:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link952Shares Advertisement
Qatar’s LNG shipping company Nakilat has signed an agreement with US-based Excelerate Energy to establish a joint-venture company and acquire a 55% interest in a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU).“This acquisition is pivotal to the State of Qatar, as this is the first FSRU co-owned by a Qatari company, which paves the way for Qatari liquefied natural gas (LNG) to expand its outreach to developing and emerging markets,” Mohammed Bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Nakilat Chairman, said.Al Sada continued that the move is expected to enable Nakilat to widen its international outreach and thus, secure its industry-leading position in the dynamic and competitive LNG market.“We are extremely proud to be the first Qatari company to acquire ownership in an FSRU,” Abdullah Al Sulaiti, Nakilat Chief Executive Officer, said.The FSRU Exquisite has a capacity of 150,900 cubic meters and a peak regasification rate of 745 million cubic feet per day.The vessel is located at Port Qasim in Pakistan, and has received 10.4mt of LNG since it started operations in 2015, out of which 7.8mt were Qatari LNG.
Super Bowl 54 is in the books and everything went well in Miami, which has hosted the big game a record eleven times. Now,Tampa has a tough act to follow. The city will play host next year to Super Bowl 55 after Miami hosted Super Bowl 54, which was played last night. At a ceremony this morning, the Miami Host Committee will hand things over to the Tampa Host Committee. Super Bowl 55 is set for February 7th, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium. It’ll be the fifth time Tampa has hosted a Super Bowl, and the first since Super Bowl 43 in 2009 when Pittsburgh beat Arizona. In terms of official numbers, last night’s attendance at Hard Rock Stadium was the second-lowest attendance in the game’s history behind only Super Bowl 1 which drew 61,946 fans and didn’t even sell out.Sunday’s game at Hard Rock Stadium was a sellout, though was much lower than the 74,059 who came to the game the last time it was at the Miami Dolphins’ home stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.Dolphins owner Stephen Ross spent more than $500 million refurbishing and remodeling the stadium since, and one of the things he did was lower the capacity considerably.
ELLSWORTH — The National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association has selected the Ellsworth High School swim team to receive awards for its excellent performance in the classroom, head coach Jim Goodman said Sunday.The Ellsworth boys and girls both qualified for the award’s “Silver” category. The boys earned a GPA of 3.66, and the girls’ was 3.72. Additionally, senior Keith Jordan was named an Academic All-American for maintaining a GPA of 3.75 or higher over seven semesters.Ellsworth also received a banner for good sportsmanship back in February. The boys’ and girls’ teams finished second and 11th, respectively, at the state championships that month.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
VETERAN batsman Delbert Hicks struck a composed unbeaten 106 as Rose Hall Town Thunderbolt Flour whipped Young Warriors Cricket Club by six wickets when play in the BCB/STAG Beer 50 overs first division tournament continued in Berbice.Hicks and his skipper Eon Hooper added 152 for the fifth-wicket after coming together at 18-4 in pursuit of 170 for victory. Hooper, who was leading the team in the temporary absence of regular captain Shawn Pereira ended on 35 not out. In other matches played,Tucber Park defeated Blairmont Community Centre at the Cotton Tree ground. Skeldon Titans breezed past Port Mourant, Upper Corentyne created a major upset against powerhouse Albion Community Centre while Police played well as a unit to arrest Rose Hall Canje.See summarised scores:At the Area ‘H’ Ground: Young Warriors Cricket Club won the toss and batted first. Young Warriors scored 168 all out in 48 overs. – Linden Austin 25, Alex Algoo 23, Kassim Khan 34; Keith Simpson 3-31, Junior Sinclair 2 for 28 and Eon Hooper 2 for 25. RHT Thunderbolt Flour scored 170 for 4 in 30 overs. Delbert Hicks 106 not out (8×4, 3×6). Eon Hooper 35 not out;. Trevlon Stanislaus 4 for 24.At the Cotton Tree ground, Tucber Park Cricket Club on the back of a brilliant all-round performance from Damien Vantull defeated Blairmont Community Centre by four wickets.Blairmont Community Centre 143 all out in 30.5 overs. Marvin Prashad 26, Nigel Deodat 16, W. Inshan 27, Kevin Jahawir 31; Nial Smith 2 for 24, Leon Swammy 2 for 23, Kwesi Mickle 2 for 36 and Damien Vantull 3 for 13. Tucber Park 146 for 6 in 24 overs. Maxi De Jonge 38, C. Lindie 35, Damien Vantull 30 not out; Nigel Deodat 3 for 43, Seon Glasgow 3 for 38.At the Crabwood Creek ground, Skeldon defeated Port Mourant by 7 wickets.Port Mourant Cricket Club 151 all out in 36 overs – Tristan Ramsarran 52 not out, M. Ranato 20, Mahendra Boodram 17; Wayne Garnette 5 for 28, Zeikel Gordon 2 for 20, Kevin Clarke 2 for 45.Skeldon Titans 156 for 3 in 16.2 overs – Trishan Ramdass 38, Kevin Clarke 38, Errington Seegobin 57 not out. Arif Chan, S. Khan and Rampersaud Ramnauth took a wicket apiece each for Port Mourant.At the No. 69 ground: Upper Corentyne created a major upset with a victory over Albion Community Centre by 15 runs – Upper Corentyne 111 all out in 28 overs, Lakeram Latchman 30.Albion Community Centre scored 96 all out in 19 overs. Gudakesh Motie 20; Virendra Gooniah 3 for 20. Stephen Embrack 4 for 15.At Canje ground: Police Sports Club got the better of Rose Hall Community Centre Cricket Club by 2 wickets – Rose Hall CC scored 194 all out in 37 overs – M. Veersammy 43, Ameer Rahaman 22; J. Wartman 3 for 28, Grisean Grant 3 for 7. Police Sports Club 195 for 8 from 29 overs – Z. Hussain 2 for 34, Isaiah Thorne 2 for 49 and B. Ramsarran 2 for 23.
Louis Saha Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes the club should go all out to sign Edinson Cavani from French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain in the January transfer window.United have endured an inconsistent start to the season but recorded an impressive 2-1 victory over Tottenham at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.Saha believes an extra addition to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s strikeforce would galvanise the attack due to the extra competition. Speaking to bwin, Saha said: ‘Manchester United are the Premier League team that need to strengthen the most in January and they should look at signing Edinson Cavani from PSG.‘They need to bring in players to challenge the existing players and create competition; Cavani would push Rashford and Martial and make them even better.‘Sir Alex [Ferguson] didn’t like signing players in the January transfer window but times are different now; United need to strengthen sooner rather than later.“I would love to see Cavani join the Premier League; he would be a great signing for Manchester United.“I’d also love to see Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho or Barcelona’s Samuel Umtiti; they would both fit right into the Premier League.’The 32-year-old Cavani has only played 10 times for PSG so far this season and has scored twice.United, meanwhile, are sixth in the Premier League with 21 points from 15 games. They are eight points behind Chelsea in fourth.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Published on February 13, 2013 at 1:14 am Contact Kevin: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse prepares to travel to Georgetown for final time as member of Big East After Georgetown’s Katie McCormick drained a 3-pointer 2:34 into the second half Tuesday, the Hoyas were rolling. With a home crowd and an eight-point lead, GU appeared in good shape to pull out an upset victory and move closer to the middle of the conference pack.But from that point forward, Syracuse came to play.Syracuse outscored Georgetown by 17 points in the final 17:26, turning the tide and leaving Washington, D.C., with a 69-60 victory in the final Big East matchup between the rivals. Freshman guard Brianna Butler paced the Orange with a season-high 16 points. With the win, No. 23 Syracuse (20-3, 8-2 Big East) moves into sole possession of third place in the conference, and further strengthens its position for an NCAA Tournament bid.“Very sloppy in the beginning. We didn’t shoot the ball well,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “But our defense was tremendous. We generated pressure, and we created turnovers.”Aside from Butler, SU’s senior leaders turned in another sound effort to complement their consistent play throughout the middle of the conference slate. Guard Elashier Hall went 7-for-8 from the foul line and led the seniors with 14 points. Center Kayla Alexander added 13 of her own, going 7-for-13 from the line.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhen McCormick’s 3 put Georgetown up 35-27, it concluded a 14-2 Hoyas run that spanned the final 3:06 of the first half and into the second. At that point, however, Hall geared into action to ensure the run wouldn’t continue. The newly minted, 1,000-point career scorer nailed a jumper on the next possession to take advantage of an offensive rebound by Carmen Tyson-Thomas, and converted a steal 20 seconds later into two free throws, pulling SU within four.The Orange tied the game with baskets by Alexander and Butler on the next two possessions, and Hall nailed a 3 after two SU offensive rebounds for a 38-35 lead. By the time McCormick finally scored Georgetown’s next points at the 13:30 mark, a 15-0 Syracuse run had shifted the score from 35-27 GU to 42-35 SU. Syracuse did not trail again.“We got stops and we converted,” Hillsman said of the 15-0 run. “We got rebounds and steals, and we got out in transition.”Butler’s 16 points came on a 6-for-17 night from the field, including a 4-for-14 effort from beyond the arc. The abundance of shots was a product of Butler’s ability to get open throughout the game, and Hillsman said he had no problem with the shooting output.“She could’ve shot six more, to be honest with you,” Hillsman said. “She was open, she had to shoot it. They were good ones, and she was wide open.”Georgetown’s leading scorer this season has been guard Sugar Rodgers, whose 22.5 points per game are more than double that of the team’s next leading scorer. The Orange defense held Rodgers’ attack in check Tuesday to the tune of a 1-for-12 effort from the field and eight points total.“She’s a good player, a tremendous talent,” Hillsman said. “We didn’t want to let her shoot. We had to get to her on the catch, and we did a good job making sure she was highly contested.”The effort added up to the Orange’s fourth consecutive win as the team heads down the home stretch of the regular season. Syracuse trails only Notre Dame and Connecticut in the conference standings, with a matchup at Notre Dame looming on Feb. 26.The team now turns its attention to a pair of home matchups against Pittsburgh and Rutgers in the next week. At 20-3 overall, the team appears very much in control of its destiny, looking to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time in five years and give the senior class its first taste of big time postseason competition.But as Hillsman said, the focus remains on the present.“Way too early to think about the tournament,” Hillsman said. “We’ve still got a tough schedule, a lot of big conference games. We’ve just got to continue to play hard.” Comments
No. 13 USC men’s golf was the runner-up on June 3rd at the NCAA Championship Match Play final at the Concession Golf Course in Bradenton, Florida, falling 4-1 to No. 9 LSU. This was a program-best finish for the Trojans. They had previously finished in third place seven times.The Trojans have not advanced to the match play bracket since 2009 — its previous lone appearance, which was a quarterfinal loss to Michigan. USC had not won a match play since this format was introduced in 2009.To get to the championship match, the Trojans qualified for the match play after finishing fifth following 72 holes of stroke play.In the semifinal, USC completed one of its best days in program history after edging out No. 4 Illinois 3-1-1. Impressive finishes from senior Eric Sugimoto, Rico Hoey and Bobby Gojuangco lead the Trojans to the upset victory over the top-seeded Illinois.“We had an up-and-down season, but the talent was there,” Sugimoto said. “The flashes of brilliance were just everywhere, everywhere you look.”In the championship, falling 4-1 to LSU, Sugimoto earned the Trojans’ only point in the match.“It’s been a great week, I’m proud of the guys,” Sugimoto said. “It’s been a really great experience, something I’ll remember for the rest of my life.”With Sugimoto as the lone senior on the roster, ninth-year head coach Chris Zambri was pleased with his performance at the NCAA Championships.“[Sugimoto’s] going to leave college golf with his head super high because he was phenomenal this week for us,” Zambri said. “He came through on the four biggest days of the year.”Zambri was both “bummed” and proud about the program’s runner-up finish.“Yeah, second place is way better than third and everything after it,” Zambri said. “But, it’s tough to get into this position, so when you get here, you want to get it done.”The last time Zambri got this close to winning the title was back in 2008, when USC finished third by two strokes the year before the match play bracket was instituted.After leading the Trojans to their best-ever finish at the NCAA Championships, Zambri was named the 2015 Golf Coaches Association of America West Region Coach of the Year. He has led the Trojans to the NCAA Championships every year as a head coach.This was the second GCAA Region of the Year honor for Zambri, the previous in 2008.This season, the Trojans won three tournaments among eight top-three finishes. Crocker earned Pac-12 Freshman of the Year honors, was named to the All-Pac-12 first team and earned PING All-West Region honors. Hoey also earned All-Pac-12 first team honors and PING All-West Region honors with stellar play this season.
The tournament will take place on the 25th & 26th of June at the UCD Bowl in Dublin.Ireland will compete alongside Kazahstan, China, Hong Kong, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, Samoa, Cook Islands, Uruguay and Argentina for the final coveted place at the Olympics.