“Thirteen guerrillas have been killed so far in an operation against the FARC’s 5th Front in Chigorodó (Antioquia),” Santos specified when he acknowledged the event on December 31. The Revolutionary Armed Force of Colombia (FARC), the largest and oldest guerrilla group in the Andean country, has been participating in peace talks with Santos’s government since November 19 in Havana. By Dialogo January 03, 2013 “This action was aimed against several leaders on this front, including Maria Elda Ramírez, alias “Mayerly”, whose fate in the attack is still unknown, since the bodies of the dead insurgents have not yet been identified,” Acosta told the press. Meanwhile, General Hugo Acosta, operational commander of the Colombian Air Force, did not dismiss the possibility that the number of dead might increase because there were between 15 and 20 men at the bombed camp. At least 13 FARC guerrillas were killed in an attack that took place in the Colombian department of Antioquia (northwest) on December 31, President Juan Manuel Santos said in a message on Twitter. The rebel group declared a unilateral truce in their offensive and sabotage actions until January 20, but the Army has not ceased their offensive against the rebels. Negotiations are suspended until January 14 due to New Year holidays.
The American market is, immediately after the British, the second most important emitting market for Dubrovnik, and in 2019 159 American tourists stayed in Dubrovnik (146% more than in 16), and 2018 overnight stays were realized (442% more than in 256). ). Due to new measures of the National Civil Protection Headquarters, caused by the epidemiological situation in Croatia, unfortunately, the conference “ASTA DESTINATION EXPO”, which was to be held in December this year in Dubrovnik, at the Valamar Lacroma Hotel, was postponed for April 15-18, 2021. The ASTA DESTINATION EXPO 2021 conference is a unique opportunity to promote Dubrovnik and Croatia, and hosting numerous American tourism experts in Dubrovnik, who will negotiate deals directly with Croatian tourism service providers at B2B meetings, will be a necessary optimistic message to the entire travel industry. next tourist season. Photo: Pixabay.com
Advertisement Arsenal and United battled it out for eight years (Picture: Allsport)The Gunners won the title by a point in 1998 before United did the same in 1999 and though it was Ferguson’s side that won the Treble, Arsenal could have easily done the Double Double such was the fine margins between the teams.AdvertisementAdvertisementGiggs, of course, played on for a further 15 years after the Treble and battled off the likes of Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea and Roberto Mancini’s Manchester City but he says Wenger’s first great Arsenal side was his toughest opponents.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘They [Arsenal 98/99] had such an experienced team,’ Giggs told Sky Sports.‘Obviously at the back the famous back five but in front of them had a bit of everything.‘They had power, they had pace, imagination with Dennis Bergkamp, goals and penetration with Nicolas Anelka. ‘I agree with you [Gary Neville] they were the toughest team to play against.‘I mean Jose’s Chelsea team were tough in a different way they were pragmatic and tough to break down but Arsenal could do everything. ‘They were similar to ourselves they could build up, could counter attack, they were similar, right through the spine they were so strong right from the goalkeeper through to Bergkamp and Anelka.’MORE: Liverpool’s Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are the best full-backs in the world, says Jose Enrique Comment ‘They had everything’: Ryan Giggs names the toughest opponents he faced at Manchester United Advertisement Manchester United and Arsenal shared the title between 1996 and 2004 (Picture: Getty)Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs says the Arsenal side of the late 1990s is the toughest team he faced during his career.Sir Alex Ferguson’s side won back-to-back Premier League titles in the early 90s before Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United fleetingly threatened their superiority.But it was the arrival of Arsene Wenger in 1996 that gave the Premier League its most iconic rivalry as Ferguson found his match in the Frenchman.Wenger inherited Arsenal’s famous back five but added astute signings in midfield and flair up front to make Arsenal a more rounded side.ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterSunday 17 May 2020 11:40 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.6kShares
Floyd Mayweather dropped to his knees as the final bell sounded after his whitewashing of Andre Berto on Saturday and looked skyward.For the final 30 seconds, the crowd of 13,395 at the MGM Grand Garden stood, their camera phones in their hands, documenting the end of the unbeaten star’s legendary career.Berto offered little in the way of a serious challenge and Mayweather cruised to an easy victory, running his record to 49-0 in what he insists will be his last fight.Few believe he’ll be able to stay retired, but he earned at least another $32 million and, with television upside, his 2015 earnings could push past $300 million.He again insisted his career was over, and while he didn’t always fight the way many fans wanted, he leaves the sport with his faculties intact and hundreds of million in the bank.“You’ve got to know when it’s time to hang it up, and it’s my time to hang up,” Mayweather said. “I’ve been in the sport 19 years and been a world champion for 18. I have nothing else to prove in the sport of boxing.” He told his father, Floyd Sr., following the ninth round that he injured his left hand, but dismissed it later.“It doesn’t matter if I hurt my left hand or my right hand,” Mayweather said. “My career is over.”The fight was like so many of the 48 Mayweather bouts that preceded it. Berto simply wasn’t good enough to force Mayweather to fight and so Mayweather fought at his range and at his pace. Mayweather pounded Berto with his jab, did a nice job going to the body and largely controlled the action.Mayweather seemed to hurt Berto twice, but there were no knockdowns and no classic back-and-forth exchanges. Mayweather was, yet again, a defensive master, and made it impossible for Berto to hit him. Berto landed just 17 percent of his punches, while Mayweather connected on an astounding 57 percent (232 of 410).“He was difficult to hold onto and was slippery, very slippery,” Berto said. “Like I said, experience played a big part. I tried to use my speed, but he was using little things, smart things, to get me off my rhythm. I was coming, but he was crafty. He had a lot of speed and is very crafty.”Mayweather, who made about $250 million in May when he defeated Manny Pacquiao in what was billed as “The Fight of the Year,” has insisted since this fight was announced that he’d retire.Few believed him, or believe him now. The MGM is opening a new 20,000-seat arena in May, and Mayweather would break Marciano’s long-standing mark if he fought and won once more.There would be no shortage of huge paydays if he chose to reconsider, but he said he’s made more than $700 million in his career and is looking forward to spending time with his children.“I’m financially secure and I’m in good health,” he said. “I’m looking forward to finding the next Floyd Mayweather and seeing someone break all these records I set.” The crowd briefly chanted “TBE! TBE!” during the fight, referring to Mayweather’s self-annointed moniker of “The Best Ever.”Most boxing historians consider Sugar Ray Robinson the best fighter ever, and Berto, despite getting walloped, wasn’t about to put Mayweather in that company.He chuckled when he was asked if he believes Mayweather is the best fighter ever. He thought for a second and then send, “He’s definitely one of the best out there.”And now, apparently, he’s done. The search for the next superstar is officially on.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports