View post tag: Operation Atalanta Back to overview,Home naval-today Germany extends participation in Op Atalanta Germany has decided to continue its campaign against piracy in the Horn of Africa, the Federal Government said in a statement. Specifically, Federal Armed Forces has extended the participation of the German Navy in the EU-led Operation Atalanta by May 31, 2019.As informed, Germany’s involvement will remain unchanged with a maximum of 600 officers.The country has been participating in the counter-piracy operation off the coast off Somalia since 2008 by deploying ships and reconnaissance aircraft.The European Union Naval Force (Op Atalanta) Somalia – Operation Atalanta, was launched in December 2008. Its objectives are protecting vessels of the World Food Programme (WFP) and other vulnerable shipping, determent and disruption of piracy and armed robbery at sea and monitoring fishing activities off Somalia. Share this article View post tag: Germany Authorities Germany extends participation in Op Atalanta April 30, 2018
In continuation of their 5th anniversary celebration, Terrapin Crossroads hosted Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang for the Wednesday night show. Unfortunately venue founder and Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh fell sick with a cold, but recruited Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools to fill in on bass for the entire show.Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang were also joined by keyboardist Jason Crosby, vocalist Nicki Bluhm, Cass McCombs, Barry Sless, and drummers Mark Levy and Alex Koford throughout the evening. Thanks to YouTube User MarkoVision Films, you can watch both guest-filled sets below. Setlist: Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA | 3/8/17:Set I: Sittin’ on Top of the World (SL), Luxury Liner (NB), West L.A. Fadeaway (RJ, NB, AK), Million Dollar Bash (CM), Across the Great Divide (CM, NB), I Don’t Know You (SL, NB), Big Railroad Blues (RJ), Light Up or Leave Me Alone (AK) > New Speedway Boogie (AK) > The Other One (SL) > New Speedway Boogie (AK) > Light Up or Leave Me Alone (One Way or Another) > Light Up or Leave Me Alone (AK)Set II: China Cat Sunflower > (SL, CM) Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds > (CM) Help on the Way > (SL) Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower (SL, JC, RJ, CM, NB), Get It While You Can (SL, NB), The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion) (CM), Grievous Angel (SL, NB)E: Sin City (SL, NB)[via JamBase][cover photo via Instagram User @stuartlevinephotography]
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 5, 2019 at 1:48 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected] Jesse Edwards became the fifth player to join Syracuse’s 2019 recruiting class Friday.Edwards is a 6-foot-11, 205-pound, center currently enrolled in IMG Academy in Florida, a team he joined in January from the Netherlands. Edwards chose the Orange over four other Division I schools, including Georgia Tech, Providence, Stanford and Creighton. Assistant head coach Allen Griffin was the lead recruiter for Edwards, who visited campus on Monday, April 1 before making his decision.He joins Joe Girard III, Brycen Goodine, Quincy Guerrier, and fellow center John Bol Ajak in the committed freshmen class for next season. The Orange will have to replace graduating senior center Paschal Chukwu in next year’s rotation. Bourama Sidibe and Marek Dolezaj will return to SU for their junior seasons. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text
Victory over Sudan kept Ghana’s hopes of reaching the final stage of qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup alive but coach Kwesi Appiah is not getting carried away just yet.The Black Stars coach guided his team to a 3-1 away win over the Nile Crocodiles on Friday, which took them temporarily to the top of the standings.However, Zambia regained the Group D lead by one point from Ghana after defeating lowly Lesotho 4-0 in Ndola on Saturday.For the Black Stars to reach the next round, they need to win away against Lesotho this weekend and at home to Zambia during September.But Appiah insists, they are not dwelling on their exciting performance against Sudan, having played an hour with ten men following the dismissal of defender Richard Kissi Boateng, rather they are focusing on the Lesotho match in Maseru.“Immediately after the game, I drew their attention to the fact that, the Sudan game is over and we need to start thinking about the Lesotho game,” Appiah, who arrived in South Africa on Saturday with the team to prepare for the Lesotho match told www.ghanafa.org. “We take each game as it comes. We need to forget about Sudan and put full concentration on the Lesotho game.“There is nothing like jubilation at this time because we need to get two wins.”The ten African group winners will be paired off for the final stage during October and November with the winners of the five home-and-away ties qualifying for Brazil 2014.