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International security forces capture alleged drug traffickers in Panamá

first_img Brothers Edgar and Ever Bustamante Riascos are allegedly key members of The Business, a drug trafficking gang which often uses speedy go-fast boats to transport large amounts of cocaine from Panamá to Costa Rica and other destinations. But the brothers Bustamante were not fast enough to evade Special Forces of Panamá’s National Police, Colombian anti-narcotics police and agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Working in cooperation, security forces from those three countries captured the brothers in September in Panama City. Agents from Panamá’s Directorate of Judicial Investigation and Directorate of Police Information also assisted with the arrests. Edgar Bustamante, also known as “Yuca,” and his brother Ever – who uses the aliases “Tata” and “Tatabro” – are allegedly part of a family which helped found The Business, a drug trafficking gang which has been operating in Buenaventura since the 1990s. The Business is comprised of members of the Bustamante family, various criminals, corrupt business people, and former paramilitaries. It was once allied with Los Rastrojos, another drug trafficking organization which is based in Colombia. U.S. drug enforcement agents suspect the brothers have transported about three tons of cocaine to Costa Rica. The Business has been battling the Clan Úsuga, another Colombian drug organized crime group, for regional control of drug trafficking since about 2012. That fight has led to several defections between the two criminal groups. Drug traffickers use Panamá primarily as a transshipment point, transporting drugs from that country to Costa Rica, México, and the United States. It’s also occasionally a meeting point for criminal groups and terrorists to plot their illegal activities. For example, some leaders of the terrorist group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) as well as top Clan Úsuga leaders, such as Francisco Morelo Peñata, also operate in Panamá. Morelo Peñata, who is also known as “El Negro Sarley,” moved to Panamá in September 2012 to manage the drug trafficking group’s illegal enterprises, including money laundering. It is interesting and worthwhile to broadcast these issues to create awareness of the need to reject them and use every means to exterminate them. By Dialogo October 03, 2014last_img read more

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Yaw Preko touts Yaw Yeboah for greatness

first_imgFormer Black Stars winger Yaw Preko has heaped praises on Ghana youth international Yaw Yeboah after the youngster’s nomination for the CAF Youth Player of the Year.Preko, who coached Yeboah at the African Youth Championship and World Cup earlier this year, was full of praise and admiration of the starlet’s talent.“He is a future national star. When given the right guidance, he will blossom,” he told Asempa Sports.“A playmaker who can liven up games is rare in this country. He has great understanding of the game and has the potential to be one of the best in the future.”Preko was however skeptical about the former Right to Dream Academy player’s chances of annexing the prestigious CAF Youth player of the year. He was of the view that the World Cup won by Mali stands their nominated players in better stead for the award.“The Malian who won the golden ball at the World Cup will be the main competitor for Yaw. If not for Ghana’s poor showing at the World Cup, it would have been a straight race for Yaw.”“This nomination is good for Yaw however. It will propel him to work harder. He has the talent.”“If we talk about skills and talent in the country, he is one of the best.”“Anything can happen in the awards, it won’t come as a shock if he doesn’t win but he is good enough to be there” Preko was recently appointed the assistant coach of Accra Hearts of Oak and has been tasked alongside head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi to restore the club to its glory days.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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The recession of Guardiola

first_imgSince raising the Champions League in 2011 against Manchester United in Wembley (3-1), Pep Guardiola (49 years old) has not played a European Cup final again. And that which has led to Bayern (took over the Bavarian team after winning the title in 2013) and Manchester City, which arrived in 2016 and has won laurels in the Premier, but not in Europe.Until now, Pep has directed 52 matches belonging to the last three rounds of the Champions League (eighth, fourth and semifinals): won 27 (51.93%), drew 13 (25%) and lost 12 (23.07). The balance by qualifiers does not punish him: out of 26 qualifiers he was eight (30.77%). But since he left Barça, his numbers do not shine. Yes with the azulgrana he only lost three of the 24 meetings he led (12.5%; won 13 and tied the remaining eight), both with Bayern and with the City their figures are worse: with the Germans, of 18 qualifying matches he lost five (27.78%), being two against Madrid by Carlo Ancelotti … and Zidane second (1-0 in Madrid and 0-4 in Munich). He also fell to his former team, Barcelona, ​​and Atlético de Madrid. Interestingly, their defeats with the Bavarians were the same as matches tied: five. For its part, in the three seasons he has been in the City he only reached the quarter in two occasions, being eliminated by Liverpool (in the 2017-18 edition, he would lose the final against Madrid in the famous Kiev final) and by Tottenham last season. In the first (2016-17), the Monaco of Mbappé and Falcao had struck him in the round of 16. Of the ten qualifying matches with the citizen, has won six (60%), lost four and, strikingly, did not draw any. Pep is shielded in his philosophy: “I didn’t come here to win the Champions League. Honestly, I came to play as I want my team to play, as it has played the last 20 months, ”he said in 2019 before measuring himself to Tottenham in the quarterfinals lap match. Before Madrid will seek to break that bad streak …last_img read more

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Motorhome campervan holidays on the rise

first_imgA recent report reveals the popularity of Australian motorhome and campervan holidays are on the increase. The research conducted by the Caravan and Recreation Vehicle Association of Australia (CRVA) found 57 per cent of survey respondents said campervan and caravan holidays are ‘very good value’ when compared to other accommodation and 58 per cent said this type of accommodation was the least expensive. Other key findings in the report revealed that visitors to campgrounds and caravan parks increased around eight per cent in the last two years, and that almost three million of respondents intend to take to take this type of holiday in the next two years. The report also found that seven million Australians have visited a camping or holiday park in the last two years, up from 6.5 million between 2006/08. Apollo Motorhome Holidays chief executive Luke Trouchet said the company will expand their fleet next year to cater to the significant increase in interest from Australia families. “Traditionally the grey nomads have been the ones to hit the road, but we are seeing an almost nostalgic return to the good old fashioned family holiday on wheels,” Mr Trouchet said. “More than half of the visitors to caravan parks around Australia are families holidaying with children, and they cite value and ease as the key motivators for their holiday choice.Out of the 54 per cent of visitors to caravan parks travelling with children within the six to 12 age group said they found camping holidays the most relaxing. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P Motorhome and campervan holidays on the riselast_img read more

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