Egypt Sheikh Mohammed posts congratulatory message for Egypt on World Cup qualification Goal Last updated 2 years ago 18:30 10/9/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Egypt Egypt v Congo Congo WC Qualification Africa Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid took to Twitter to congratulate Egypt on their qualification for the 2018 World Cup after a 2-1 win over Congo. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, conveyed his best wishes to Egypt as they secured a spot at the World Cup in 2018.WC outright odds hereMohamed Salah opened the scoring for the African nation just past the hour mark but Congo equalised in the closing stages. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. However, the Liverpool star came to his country’s rescue again, tucking away a stoppage-time penalty to seal a 2-1 victory that sealed their place in Russia next summer. The Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates was quick to congratulate Egypt, claiming it was a win for the Arab world as well.مبروك يا مصر .. ومبروك لكل العرب .. صعود المنتخب لكأس العالم .. ليلة عربية جميلة .. أفرحتم قلوبنا من المحيط للخليج.. كبيرة يا مصر دايماً pic.twitter.com/s4ilYFeM4f— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) October 8, 2017″Congratulations, Egypt & congratulations to all Arabs,” his post read on Twitter.”Qualifying to the World Cup. A beautiful Arabian night. You brought happiness to our hearts from the Gulf to the Ocean. Egypt, you are always grand.”Russia 2018 will be Egypt’s first World Cup appearance in 28 years.
APTN National NewsOn Tuesday, the federal government called for a national inquiry into shocking numbers of missing and murdered Indigenous women.The news has brought hope to many families and friends who have lost someone.But in British Columbia, which held an inquiry into the province’s missing and murdered women in 2010, there is mixed reaction.APTN’s Tina House tells us [email protected]
Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Kiera Bergman September 5, 2018 Posted: September 5, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsPHOENIX (KUSI) – After a month long search, the body of 19 year old Kiera Berman has been found.The woman from El Cajon disappeared from her home in Phoenix on August 4. She had left her wallet and cell phone behind.From the start, Bergman’s family was fearful about what had happened. Her parents, Chris and Kiersten learned on Wednesday, that her body was found in the desert off State Route 85 west of Phoenix.Her father said that investigators used dental records to confirm her identity. Over the last month, Bergman’s parents traveled back and forth to Phoenix, posting flyers, holding vigils and searching for any clues that might lead to her return.She was last seen at her Phoenix home after an argument with her ex-boyfriend. That man, John Clark was later arrested on unrelated charges after police said they found several stolen ID’s in his car.Clark was charged with multiple counts of theft and forgery. Her father said police have not given the family any indication that Clark might be involved in their daughter’s death.Bergman was a graduate of Valhalla High School and had moved to Phoenix earlier this year, to be with Clark. Her family is receiving many messages of love and support on social media. Body of Kiera Bergman, 19-year-old from El Cajon found in Arizona Updated: 10:22 PM Sasha Foo Sasha Foo, FacebookTwitter
International Aviation Conclave presents Anti Gravity – an exhibition on aviation art conceptualized by artiste Ankur Rana. The Exhibition is first of its kind in the Aviation Industry. It highlights different forms of expression by envisioning the challenges the Industry has gone through since beginning till now. Development co-operation is taking place under global conditions that are very different from those of 50 years ago. The exhibition is being held at International Aviation Conclave at the Capital’s Pragati Maidan from December 11-13. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Participating artistes are Ankur Rana, Rajesh Ram, Ramesh Kumar, Manish Barodia, Durga Kainthola, Saudamini Mishra, Vijit Sharma, Harish Oja, Sonal Varshneya, Radha Dhaka, Biswajit Das. This “high art” and the colorful, rich and memorable experiences have been put together by artistes to create an exhibition worthy of “Aviation” in India’s first International Aviation Conclave. This Aviation Art show is conceptualized by artist Ankur Rana with a series of Artworks on aviation with some of his associated artists. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAnkur Rana’s maps out in his various paintings that new relationships can be built between the past and present, between miles across the globe, between different races and cultures – by Foreign Direct investment and Bi-lateral Trade in the Aviation Industry. His planes on various canvases showcase the ancient and modern planes. Rana’s skyscapes highlight realistic forms of airplanes since inception. His visualization goes not only beyond the bygone years but also highlight the progress made in recent years of spacecrafts. He explores both the interior and exterior of his place. These skyscapes reflect what we all experience during air journey and through these he walks you through that real feeling. The different forms, compositions of colors jostle for prominence. One can feel the anti-gravitational force in Rana’s visuals!The work of Vijit Sharma– spread out and sorted on to the canvas – has a three dimensional effect, while “Udaan” an etching by Sonal Varshney, connects with the role that aviation plays in the travel industry. There is lot of hope, anxiety and joy in her work. The Wooden Airplanes sculpted by Saudamin Mishra take us beyond its work. Their inner energies reflect that growth of the country’s economy and that bilateral trade is important and dependent on monies. Hence, the artist’s planes are full of currency patterns (the US Dollar and the Indian Rupee), which possess a narrative of their own! Harish Ojha’s acrylic on canvas “Victory” contains symbolism from his experience of seeing a plane in day-to-day life. while the steel sculpture by Ramesh Ram “Dream Cloud” focuses on a child’s dream to rise high like the clouds. The bronze figurine shows her wings upwards – ready to alight and look beyond. Radha Dhaka’s work “Wings of Desire” depict we all want to achieve our desires by using the wings of thought to fly higher. On the other hand Durga Kainthola’s painting has a background of Doughlas DC-4 Aircraft which portrays one of the first postage stamps of Independent India in 1947 and was meant to be put on foreign airmail letters only. Where: International Aviation Conclave, Hall No-7, ITPO, Pragati MaidanWhen: On till December 13
“We are pleased to increase our capacity to these important markets as we continue to strategically broaden our international network from our Vancouver hub,” says Mark Galardo, Air Canada’s Vice President, Network Planning. “Customers have responded positively to our increasing service to Delhi and this flight will now operate daily on a year-round basis to meet demand.”He adds: “The addition of a fourth weekly flight to Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city, year-round will provide further convenience to business and leisure travellers between North America and Australia, offering seamless connections thanks to the in-transit preclearance facilities at YVR. With Dreamliner service to Osaka and increased frequencies to Zurich, we are further strengthening our convenient network to European and Asian markets from YVR, reflecting demand between Canada and these destinations in the busy summer travel season.”All routes are timed for the best connectivity at Air Canada’s Vancouver hub to and from the airline’s network across North America.All Australia flights are timed to connect to and from Adelaide, Canberra, Perth and to Tasmania with codeshare partner Virgin Australia.Air Canada’s Vancouver-Zurich flights will connect to and from destinations in Europe and Africa.Air Canada’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner features three cabins of service with high-definition individual on-demand entertainment offering a wide range of movies, short films, TV programs and audio selections at every seat throughout the aircraft.All flights provide for Aeroplan accumulation and redemption, Star Alliance reciprocal benefits and, for eligible customers, priority check-in, access to Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounges, priority boarding and other benefits.So far this year Air Canada has launched new services from its Vancouver hub to: Melbourne (extended to year-round), Paris (summer seasonal), Zurich (summer seasonal), Sacramento (year-round) and will launch new services to Lihue, Hawaii (seasonal) beginning Dec. 15, 2018.In summer 2018 Air Canada operated an average of 185 daily flights representing up to 23,500 available seats departing YVR every day. Thursday, October 11, 2018 Share Travelweek Group Air Canada adds more flights to Delhi, Melbourne, Zurich and Osaka out of YVR Tags: Air Canada, New Routes, Vancouver Route Frequency Operating Depart YVRArrive Destination Depart Destination Arrive YVR YVR-Zurich (ZRH)5 times weeklyJun. 6 – Oct. 13 2019AC802 @ 13:00 Tue/Thu/Fri/Sat/SunZRH @ 07:55(+1 day)AC803 @ 10:05 Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun11:25 YVR-Melbourne (MEL)4 times weeklyYear-round as of June 3, 2019AC037 @ 22:50 Mon/Wed/Fri/SunMEL @ 08:05(+2 days)AC038 @ 09:40 Tue/Wed/Fri/Sun07:35 VANCOUVER — Air Canada is expanding its international network out of its Vancouver hub, bumping up its Delhi service to daily year-round and adding more flights to Melbourne, Osaka and Zurich.Air Canada’s daily frequencies to Delhi, offered on a year-round basis, will begin June 2, 2019.Meanwhile Air Canada is increasing its nonstop Melbourne service to four times weekly year-round. Summer seasonal service to Zurich will increase to five flights a week. And Osaka (Kansai) flights ex YVR will be five times weekly from June to October 2019.All flights will be operated with Air Canada’s flagship Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. YVR-Delhi (DEL)DailyYear-round as of June 2, 2019AC044 01:25DEL @ 04:00(+1 day)AC045 @ 06:0007:30 Posted by YVR-Osaka (KIX)Up to5 times weeklyJun. 1 – Oct. 25 2019AC039 @ 13:30 Mon/Tues/Wed/Thu/SatKIX @ 15:45 (+1 day)AC040 @17:15 Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sun10:10 << Previous PostNext Post >>