UKRAINIAN HANDBALL REVOLUTION: Motor to TOP 16!

first_imgPingback: Zagreb’s anger on Veszprem: No fair play in Harkov – Handball anti-propaganda! :: Handball PlanetBalkan Handball Related Items:handball revolution, motor handball, ukraine, ukraine handball 2 Comments Recommended for you Alingsas revenge and first celebration – Strong Motor crush Kadetten in BBC Arena Ukraine 23. February 2014. at 08:36 6. St. Petersburg HC9018192:266(-74)1 ShareTweetShareShareEmail Pukhouski leader of Motor until 2020 – Babichev comes to Zaporozhye 5. HC Croatia Osiguranje Zagr…9306241:258(-17)6 “Fireman in Kyiv”: Serhiy Bebeshko to lead Ukraine 2. Rhein-Neckar Löwen10721305:252(53)16 1. MKB-MVM Veszprém10811303:243(60)17 2 Comments 4. HC Motor Zaporozhye10415277:296(-19)9 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsUkrainian champion Motor Zaporozhe celebrate the first ever TOP 16 placement in the history of this East European country! Hungarian MVM MKB Veszprem suffered the first defeat in VELUX EHF Champions League this season in Harkov – 26:22 (13:13), city linked with the Ukrainian revolution these days. Croatian C.O Zagreb is most unhappy with this result, because Croats lost the place at TOP 16, which was almost secured before sensation in Ukraine. Skopintsev was leading scorer of his team with 5 goals, while Serbian left back Momir Ilic kept the high form again with 6 goals for defeated team…Motor’s coach Sergei Bebeshko qualified for the TOP 16 second year in a row. Last year he managed to do that with Belarus best team HC Dinamo Minsk.STANDINGS: 3. Celje Pivovarna Lasko10415269:272(-3)9 Shame MKB Veszprem! Sold the game for the money!Full circus, where fair play? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

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Ivory worth 120,000 USD seized in Kenya’s coastal region

first_imgKenyan authorities on Monday seized ivory worth over 120,000 U.S. dollars in the coastal county of Kilifi.A team of detectives from Directorate of Criminal Investigation (CID) and Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) acting on intelligence reports arrested three suspects with the consignment hidden in a house within Mariakani town.Mariakani police boss Ramson Lolmodoni said the suspects will be arraigned in court and charged for trafficking 70 kilograms of elephant tusks.“We managed to arrest three suspects and recovered three big elephant tusks in stashed sacks. They are being interrogated by officers to assist in the investigation,” said Loimodoni.He said the suspects are believed to be linked to local ivory traffickers in the country. Police suspect the three intended to smuggle the ivory for international market where the demand for ivory is high.He said the police have intensified war on poaching at main national parks where several poachers have been killed and assorted weapons recovered recently.Senior KWS lead investigator says DNA analysis will be conducted to determine the origin of the ivory.“We suspect the ivory was packaged and transported to the country from the bordering countries. We will carry out a DNA analysis to determine which population of elephant it belongs to,” the KWS officer said.In a bid to stop the trade, he said KWS in partnership with other key stakeholders has set up all-round surveillance at all entry points.The government continues to enhance its fight against poaching which has threatened both elephant and rhino’s population in the country.In 2016, Kenya set ablaze more than 100 tonnes of ivory in a move aimed at showing its commitment to saving Africa’s population of elephants.A joint team comprising Kenya and Uganda security agents, customs officials have conducted several arrests of high profile individuals involved in the latest seizure of ivory in the country.Senior Kenya Ports Authority and Kenya Revenue Authority officers were also arrested over ivory smuggling through the port of Mombasa.President Uhuru Kenyatta expressed concern about cargo theft and trafficking of drugs, wildlife and other contraband where senior officials collude with clearing agents.last_img read more

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