RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Derry PSNI investigate alleged sectarian attack Police in Derry are appealing for information about a suspected sectarian assault at the weekend in which a man sustained facial injuries.The injured man believes there was a sectarian motivation to the incident at Foyle Street at about 2.30am on Saturday morning.He was walking towards the Foyle Street car park after a night out with a friend when they were approached a group of up to 10 males and an argument ensued. The man and his friend were chased to the car park and assaulted.The injured man, who is from the Waterside area, sustained a broken jaw and broken nose, as well as other facial and mouth injuries. Twitter Facebook By News Highland – May 19, 2014 Previous articleIrish Education and Cultural Tourism initiative launched in DowningsNext articleRNLI releases dramatic footage of fisherman’s rescue at Clonmany News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp Google+ Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook
The systematics of the deep-sea cirrate octopod genus Opisthoteuthis Verrill in the Atlantic Ocean is reviewed. Comparisons, based on examination of all extant type material and new, reported and unreported material collected in recent years from the Atlantic, show the presence of five species: Opisthoteuthis agassizii Verrill 1883, O. grimaldii (Joubin, 1903), O. massyae (Grimpe, 1920) and two new species, O. calypso and O. hardyi, which are described. Opisthoteuthis agassizii, distributed only in the western North Atlantic, is redescribed, and a neotype is designated for the presumed lost holotype. Opisthoteuthis grimaldii, distributed in the East Atlantic and possibly also in the western North Atlantic, and O. massyae, distributed in the East Atlantic are also redescribed and junior synonyms listed. Opisthoteuthis calypso, found in the East Atlantic and O. hardyi, known only from a single specimen from the SW Atlantic are described. New morphometric data for O. agassizii, O. massyae and O. grimaldii are given. Illustrations, geographical distributions and a review of the biological information for all five species are provided.
Cincinnati, Oh. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Cincinnati intercepted a shipment containing nearly 25lbs of liquid cocaine at a local express consignment facility.CBP officers selected the shipment for inspection on February 6, while reviewing incoming cargo from Columbia. The package was manifested as “Rose Waters,” and contained 12 bottles of both clear and rose-colored liquid. Officers tested the liquid, which was positive for cocaine.“Our officers are committed to keep our country and communities safe from illegal and dangerous drugs,” said CBP Cincinnati Port Director Richard Gillespie. “This seizure is one example where their training and quick response was critical for officer safety as well.”The package came from Medellin, Columbia and was destined to a residence in Revere, Massachusetts.Cocaine is a dangerous stimulant with a highly addictive potential. Abuse of the drug can lead to paranoia, exhaustion, heart conditions, convulsions, stroke, and death. It is classified as a Schedule II stimulant under the Controlled Substances Act.CBP conducts operations at ports of entry throughout the United States, and regularly screens arriving international passengers and cargo for narcotics, weapons, and other restricted or prohibited products. CBP strives to serve as the premier law enforcement agency enhancing the Nation’s safety, security, and prosperity through collaboration, innovation, and integration.