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Fourth Vietnamese Gepard-class frigate launched in Russia

first_img May 27, 2016 Share this article View post tag: Zelenodolsk shipyard Russian shipyard Zelenodolsk plant named after AM Gorky has launched the fourth Gepard-3.9 frigate, the second ship of the second pair of orders built for the Vietnam Navy.The ceremony, held at the company’s shipyard in Republic of Tatarstan, Russia on May 26, was attended by the Navy Commissioner of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam Dinh For Nhat and numerous plant and state officials.The first two 2200-tonne Gepard-class frigates, delivered to Vietnam in 2011, were armed with missiles while the second two are more anti-submarine oriented, Sergei Rudenko, deputy director for foreign economic affairs of JSC Zelenodolsk Shipyard, was quoted as saying.Rosoboronexport and the Defense Ministry of Vietnam signed a contract for the first two ships in 2006. The ships were delivered to the Vietnamese Navy by March 2011 and were named Dinh Tien Hoang and Ly Thai To.In December 2011, Vietnam placed an order for another two frigates. They will be delivered to Vietnam in August and September this year, Russian news agency TASS recently reported.“Today is a very solemn day for us. We have already built the first pair and are now building a second. This is the fourth phase of construction,” Renat Mistahov, general director of OAO Zelenodolsk plant named after AM Gorky said. Authorities View post tag: Vietnamese Navycenter_img View post tag: Russia Fourth Vietnamese Gepard-class frigate launched in Russia View post tag: Gepard-class frigate Back to overview,Home naval-today Fourth Vietnamese Gepard-class frigate launched in Russia last_img read more

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Many mosquitoes

first_imgIf he had a choice, Gray would choose to see heavy rainfall and high populations of Asian tiger mosquitoes. By Sharon OmahenUniversity of GeorgiaGeorgia’s rainfall deficit has caused a mosquito population explosion that has led to a rise in the number of West Nile virus cases reported in the state. The virus is carried by the southern house mosquito, which breeds in storm drains and thrives in polluted water, said Elmer Gray, an entomologist with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Storing rainwater to use to irrigate outdoor plants is wise. But it creates perfect backyard mosquito habitats, she said. “Unfortunately, rain-collecting containers tend to support large populations of some of our most pestiferous mosquito species,” Hinkle said. “In fact, the southern house mosquito is also known as the rain-barrel mosquito.” “Ticks are hardy, and their leathery skin and water-conserving behaviors protect them from the ill effects of drought,” Hinkle said. “And because fleas are so well-adapted and so dependent on their host, they aren’t usually affected, either.” “I’ll take a few bites over an illness any day,” he said. “Mosquito-vectored diseases can be a really serious health problem for you and your family.”Ticks and fleas constant Mosquitoes are vectors of WNV, but birds are carriers. The mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds. Infected mosquitoes then transmit the virus to humans through their bites.WNV cases up in Georgia Ticks and fleas don’t seem to mind droughts. Asian tiger mosquitoes are what Gray refers to as “nuisance” mosquitoes, but they are not vectors of WNV. They show up at backyard picnics and other social gatherings. This mosquito breeds in standing water found in old tires, buckets or anything that will hold rainwater. Last year, nine cases of West Nile virus were reported in Georgia, he said. So far, 24 cases have been confirmed this year. And Gray is confident this number will keep rising. “These mosquitoes are found in urban areas such as Atlanta and Athens,” he said. “If you live on the coast or your property backs up to a swamp, you could have one of several species.”Man-made habitatsGray’s colleague Nancy Hinkle, also a UGA entomologist, says homeowners have actually helped Asian tiger mosquitoes overcome the lack of rainfall. “We haven’t had much heavy rain this summer to flush out the storm drains (and wash away the mosquito larvae),” Gray said. “If we’d been hit by hurricanes and heavy rains, the storm drains would be flushed out, but buckets and tires would be full for the Asian tiger mosquitoes to breed in.”Only biters “Because people have irrigated their lawns more, water-holding vessels such as flowerpots, buckets and cans around homes have been regularly collecting water,” Hinkle said. “People recognize the value of every drop of rain, and more and more people have fashioned rain-collection devices.”last_img read more

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Police operation prevents drug related harm

first_imgNZ  Police 30 June 2014Police believe the true success of this year’s national cannabis operation is not the drugs destroyed, the guns seized or the suspects arrested but rather the harm that has been prevented from occurring in the community.Detective Senior Sgt. Scott McGill said that during Operation Lucy 105,000 cannabis plants were destroyed, 112 firearms seized and 640 suspects arrested.“The cannabis trade is a destructive force in New Zealand society,” Mr McGill said. “By destroying over 100,000 plants before they were harvested police have prevented significant social damage from occurring in our community.”Mr McGill said the arrest of 64 patched gang members or associates during Operation Lucy shows the strong connection between organised crime and the cannabis trade.“We are very pleased with the results from this year’s operation which show our commitment to restrict the influence of these organised criminal groups.”http://m.police.govt.nz/mobile-news-article/33655last_img read more

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‘Boracay tour guide nabbed for marijuana not accredited’

first_imgILOILO City – The Department ofTourism (DOT) Region 6 disclaimed any connection to a tour guide who wasarrested by policemen for marijuana in Barangay Manoc-manoc, Boracay Island onSept. 9. Regional Director Helen Catalbas saidthe suspect, Silvino Sauz Jr. of Barangay Aslum, Ibajay, Aklan, was not aDOT-accredited tour guide and had not undergone DOT tour guiding seminar. “DOT-accredited tour guides undergotrainings. We do not tolerate this kind of act because we want our tourismfrontliners to be role models for tourists to engage only in clean fun, whichmeans no drugs,” Catalbas stressed. This is to ensure that local andforeign tourists can experience quality service while visiting touristdestinations in Western Visayas, she said. * National Bureau of Investigation(NBI) Clearance On the other hand, community-basedtour guides’ requirements include Certificate of Training, police clearance,health certificate and mayor’s permit. Meanwhile, tour guiding training runsfor 30 days for regional tour guides and seven days for community-based tourguides, said Catalbas. DOT accreditation for regional tourguides requires the following: * Certificate of Training from DOT The complete list of DOT-accreditedregional and community-based tour guides is available at www.tourism.gov.ph, or visit the DOT-6 office at the ground floor of Casa Real deIloilo (Old Provincial Capitol), General Luna Street, Iloilo City./PNcenter_img * health certificate Catalbas said DOT-6 encourageseveryone to deal only with accredited tour guides. Sauz, however, denied sellingmarijuana.  * mayor’s permit “Hindi sa akin ang mga droga. Galing ako saisang bar, pauwi na ako sakay ng motorsiklo mga 2 a.m. nang mayhumarang sa akin. Sinabihan ako na sumunod sa kanila,” the suspect saidafter his arrest. Antidrug police operatives of Malay,Aklan arrested Sauz after an undercover cop bought from him marijuana. Every participant in the training willreceive a Certificate of Attendance and those who will pass the examinationwill have another certificate – the Certificate of Training. At the end of the trainingparticipants have to take an examination composed of written, oral reportingand graded mock tour. last_img read more

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Alcorn State looks to sweep Alabama St.

first_imgAlcorn State looks to sweep Alabama St. February 23, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditAlcorn State (12-13, 8-6) vs. Alabama State (8-18, 7-6)Dunn-Oliver Acadome, Montgomery, Alabama; Monday, 8:30 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Alabama State seeks revenge on Alcorn State after dropping the first matchup in Lorman. The teams last met on Jan. 27, when the Braves shot 38.7 percent from the field en route to a three-point victory. STEPPING UP: Tobi Ewuosho has averaged 13 points and six rebounds to lead the charge for the Hornets. Complementing Ewuosho is Leon Daniels, who is maintaining an average of 9.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The Braves are led by Troymain Crosby, who is averaging 13.5 points and 5.3 rebounds.TERRIFIC TROYMAIN: Crosby has connected on 28.8 percent of the 52 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 2 of 9 over the last three games. He’s also converted 84.7 percent of his foul shots this season.COLD SPELL: Alcorn State has lost its last four road games, scoring 67.8 points, while allowing 82.5 per game.ASSIST RATIOS: The Braves have recently used assists to create buckets more often than the Hornets. Alabama State has an assist on 13 of 44 field goals (29.5 percent) across its past three games while Alcorn State has assists on 39 of 72 field goals (54.2 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Alcorn State is rated first among SWAC teams with an average of 75.7 points per game.___center_img Associated Press For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comlast_img read more

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