By Dialogo June 19, 2009 Guatemala, June 18 (EFE). – Official sources informed today that the security forces of Guatemala seized a pseudoephedrine shipment valued at 17.2 million quetzals (approximately 2.2 million dollars), the second this week. A spokesperson of the Civil National Police (PNC) told EFE that the antinarcotics agents of that institution seized the drugs Wednesday night in a warehouse at La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala city. It is a cargo of 148,400 pseudoephedrine tablets, which is believed to be shipped from Bangladesh. “We are investigating the source and destination of the cargo, as well as the way in which it entered the country,” he indicated. Last Monday, antinarcotics agents seized a cargo of 17, 562,000 pseudoephedrine tablets in the port of Quetzal, on the Pacific coast. It was found in a container carried in the boat “Libra Rio”, coming from India. The cargo was valued at approximately 32,48 million dollars. The police spokesperson said that no arrests were made when both cargos were seized. Last February, the Guatemalan government prohibited the import of pseudoephedrine because of its use in the manufacture of synthetic drugs such as ecstasy.
As Munster continue come to terms will the loss of their head coach Anthony Foley, Director of Rugby Rassie Erasmus and team captain Peter O’Mahony will hold a press conference today at the team’s training base in Limerick.Foley’s remains will be flown home to Shannon Airport today after the French coroner last night ruled that he died of an acute pulmonary oedema caused by heart disease.Munster will play Glasgow this Saturday.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – Police have restored order to Savane Pistache, the second district in the capital, Port-au-Prince, after heavily armed gunmen set fire to several buildings and demanded the release of at least 17 people detained during an earlier exercise by law enforcement officials.The police had detained the suspects as they continue their investigations into the attempted assassination of Éric Jean Baptiste, Secretary General of the Rassemblement des Démocrates National Progressive (RDNP) on December 21.Eyewitnesses said that members of the powerful and dangerous gang, “Tije”, descended on the area on Christmas Day demanding the release of those detained.They set fire to the police sub-station and also to the homes of several police officers.Residents of the area remained in doors in fear of their lives while sporadic bursts of automatic weapons caused panic and terror. The gunmen are also reported to have looted several businesses.The eyewitnesses said that special units of the Haitian National Police intervened to restore order, confronting the gunmen.The police have so
The coronavirus also jeopardizes the continuity of Jean-Clair Todibo in Schalke 04. The player, on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season, he had managed to recover his best version in the mining table, but the uncertainty as to the economic consequences due to the stoppage caused by the Covid-19 hinder, and much, the future of the French central in the German set. Those in Gelsenkirchen have a purchase option set at 25 million euros, a sum that, taking into account the current situation, it seems practically unaffordable to the sixth place in the Bundesliga.Schalke’s intention remains to tie the player, who left the Camp Nou in January to stop at the Veltins Arena. He earned gallons to make up for Ozan Kabak’s loss in the middle of the mining lag and was voted Player of the Month for February by the Schalke fans. Taking into account that the club has Kabak, Sané, Nastasic and Thiaw as central teams for the coming season, everything points, today, to the fact that The dome of the German team will think twice whether or not to make the purchase option effective to end up taking over the services of Todibo. It’s more, Schalke accumulated a deficit of 26 million in the last year, so everything indicates that debts increase further due to the break through which the highest German competition is also passing. It is true that the sports management of the miners, headed by Michael Reschke, maintains a great relationship with the culé box. However, Benjamin Stambouli and Timo Becker’s contracts also expire at the end of the season. Renewing the latter seems like a much more viable option than the 25 kilos that would have to be paid for Todibo. Extending the assignment for another year seems like the only option when it comes to retaining him.