first_imgChinese medical ship arrives in Tanzania Search for cruise ship continues along the Yangtze River The cruise ship MS Amera with more than 1,000 European tourists onboard arrived at the port of La Goulette on Thursday. Tunisia witnessed a slump in its tourism since 2015 when the country was hit by terrorist attacks. In recent years, the local security situation of Tunisia has improved and foreign tourists have gradually increased. The cruise ship MS Amera arrived at the port of La Goulette on Thursday, November 14, 2019, with more than 1,000 European tourists aboard. Tunisia has seen a slump in tourism since 2015, when the country was hit by terrorist attacks. In recent years, the security situation has improved and foreign tourists have gradually returned. (Photo Source: Adele Ezzine/Xinhua)Amera, the first cruise ship to make a call at a Tunisian port since 2015, arrived on Thursday in Tunis with 1,090 passengers.According to the port of La Goulette, this is the first cruise ship moored on Tunisian shores since the 2015 terrorist attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunis, in which 22 tourists were killed.“This cruise ship came from Malta and resumed its journey to Italy later,” said Tunisian Minister of Tourism and Handicraft Rene Trabelsi, who was welcoming the tourists when they arrived at the wharf.“The anchoring of the Amera ship in the port of La Goulette is the beginning of the revival of cruise tourism in Tunisia,” the minister noted.Trabelsi stressed that the ministry would seek to attract cruise tourism to other Tunisian areas.Wissem Bouchnak, the financial director of the port, estimated that Tunisia will host no less than 10 cruise ships in 2020, with the number expected to increase further in 2021.Relatedcenter_img Death toll in migrant ship disaster off Tunisia riseslast_img read more

first_img Share LocalNews Agriculture Sector to Benefit From EC$120 Million Economic and Technical Agreement With China by: – October 29, 2018 Tweet Share 176 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit revealed that agriculture will be one of the beneficiaries from an EC$120 million contribution which was granted from the Government of the People’s Republic of China.In an effort to introduce what he described as new, technologically-based thinking in agriculture, the prime minister revealed that a new agricultural complex will be constructed in Portsmouth. This, he said, will increase production and productivity and thereby increase the return on investment for farmers as well as foreign exchange earnings.When complete, the facility will also be home to a centre for training where farmers, prospective farmers and staff at the Ministry of Agriculture will be exposed to advanced technologies in farming, which Prime Minister Skerrit explained will be needed to cope with climate change.“We have to employ new technologies in farming if we’re to survive in agriculture, because in agriculture we are exposed to increased pests and diseases on the farms, largely due to global warming and changes in the climatic conditions,” the he stated.Pest management on farms in Dominica is costing farmers 25% of their running costs on average; a figure that Prime Minister Skerrit described as a significant dent in returns for farmers.“For us to build more resistance in agriculture, we have to look at the source of the planting material and make sure that the stock which we bring in can withstand the pests and diseases on our farms.”While thanking the Chinese government for its intervention, Prime Minister Skerrit questioned the criticism of Dominica’s relationship with China, stating that it has only ever had a positive impact on the island and its citizens.“What China has been doing every step of the way, [is] assisting this country with its socio-economic development and every single citizen of our country has benefited from the benevolence of the Chinese people,” he said.last_img read more

first_img Marquis Mathis (Photo by David Marshall) Argos Hammer West Georgia, 77-61, for First GSC Win PENSACOLA, Fla. – Marquis Mathis scored a career-high 26 points and Mike Whisman added a career-best 20 of his own, leading the University of West Florida to a 77-61 victory over the University of West Georgia Thursday night at the UWF Field House. UWF (8-12, 1-5 Gulf South Conference) never trailed and picked up their first GSC win of the 2010-11 season.Mathis was 13-of-20 from the floor and scooped up seven rebounds, while Whisman was 10-of-12 and collected ten boards. Anthony Sims also scored in double figures, with ten points, as UWF shot a season-high 55.4% from the floor.West Georgia (10-8, 2-3 GSC) was led by the combo of Deion Sims and Da’Ron Sims, who scored 17 and 15 points, respectively. Gavin Field added 12 for the Wolves, who were just 3-of-21 from three-point range.Two early baskets by Mathis put UWF ahead, 6-2, forcing a West Georgia timeout at the 17:15 mark of the first half. But the stoppage of play did not cool off the Argos, as Whisman capped a 6-3 spurt with a lay-up of his own to make the score 21-11 with 13:25 left in the first half.The Argonauts gained their biggest margin of the first half with the 4:46 mark, when Mathis scored on an assist by Jamar Moore. But the Wolves scored the final four points of the half to cut the gap to 30-24 at the halftime break.UWF ran a set play to Whisman on their first possession of the second half, and the big man scored an easy two to win momentum back for the home team. UWF used that momentum to mount a 7-0 run, highlighted by another Mathis hoop to make the score 46-33 with 15:16 to play.West Georgia cut the lead to as little as five points when Da’Ron Sims canned a jumper at the 10:51 mark to make the score 54-49. The Argos quickly regained control however, as Whisman and Mathis scored back-to-back deuces to bump the advantage to 66-54 with just 5:49 to play.Mathis provided the exclamation point with 2:26 left, as he took an alley-oop pass from Mike Lewis and jammed it home with authority, getting the crowd on their feet and pushing the lead to an insurmountable 15 points.The Argonauts dominated the glass, collecting 46 rebounds to West Georgia’s 28. Moore and Whisman had ten each to lead all players. Moore also led all players with seven assists.With the victory, UWF has won two straight games over West Georgia.UWF looks to win their second straight GSC game when they hit the road to face No. 5 Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday night. Tip time is slated for 7 pm.Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Sharelast_img read more

first_img TAMPA, Fla. – The University of West Florida volleyball team ended their 2011 campaign with a 3-2 (19-25, 25-18,18-25, 25-17, 15-13) loss to Florida Southern in the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament.  The Argonauts wrap up the year with a 25-9 record and a fourth straight Gulf South Conference Championship.With the score tied a two sets a piece, UWF fell behind 3-1 to start off set number five. The Argos managed to tie things up at nine on a Florida Southern error and held a brief lead at 11-10. The Moccasins then scored four straight before ending the match, 15-13.The Argos started off well in the opening set, scoring five straight on a pair of Lindsay Homme (Willowbrook, Ill.) kills. A Florida Southern error extended the lead to 10-3 with Jenny Bellairs putting the Argos in solid control with a kill to make it 18-11. Freshman Autumn Duyn (Venice, Fla.) ended the set, 25-19.A close set two went to the Mocs after a 13-13 tie was broken by a West Florida attack error. Back-to-back Haley Shackelford (Colorado Springs, Colo.) kills put the Argos within four late, but Florida Southern went on a three point run to end the set, 25-18. The Argos took set three after a seven point run put UWF up 12-5. Duyn then kicked off another Argo run before a Florida Southern service error gave the Argos a 2-1 set advantage with a 25-18 set three win.In set four, the Argos fell behind by seven points early on and couldn’t regain momentum. Leah Buchanan (Winter park, Fla.) helped cut the lead down to two but not before a Moc kill ended things, 25-17.Homme was tops for the Argos with 16 kills, hitting .317 for the match while Jenny Bellairs (Osage, Iowa) and Shackelford each finished with 13. Setter Tricia Tirabassi (Kenosha, Wis.) led with 27 assists while Molly Pearce (Tallahassee, Fla.) had 24 of her own. Libero Anna Stoecklein (St. Charles, Mo.) led the Argos defensively with 20 digs.For more information on West Florida volleyball and all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. TAMPA, Fla. – The University of West Florida volleyball team ended their 2011 campaign with a 3-2 (19-25, 25-18,18-25, 25-17, 15-13) loss to Florida Southern in the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament. The Argonauts wrap up the year with a 25-9 record and a fourth straight Gulf South Conference Championship. With the score tied a two sets a piece, UWF fell behind 3-1 to start off set number five. The Argos managed to tie things up at nine on a Florida Southern error and held a brief lead at 11-10. The Moccasins then scored four straight before ending the match, 15-13. The Argos started off well in the opening set, scoring five straight on a pair of Lindsay Homme (Willowbrook, Ill.) kills. A Florida Southern error extended the lead to 10-3 with Jenny Bellairs putting the Argos in solid control with a kill to make it 18-11. Freshman Autumn Duyn (Venice, Fla.) ended the set, 25-19. A close set two went to the Mocs after a 13-13 tie was broken by a West Florida attack error. Back-to-back Haley Shackelford (Colorado Springs, Colo.) kills put the Argos within four late, but Florida Southern went on a three point run to end the set, 25-18. The Argos took set three after a seven point run put UWF up 12-5. Duyn then kicked off another Argo run before a Florida Southern service error gave the Argos a 2-1 set advantage with a 25-18 set three win. In set four, the Argos fell behind by seven points early on and couldn’t regain momentum. Leah Buchanan (Winter park, Fla.) helped cut the lead down to two but not before a Moc kill ended things, 25-17. Homme was tops for the Argos with 16 kills, hitting .317 for the match while Jenny Bellairs (Osage, Iowa) and Shackelford each finished with 13. Setter Tricia Tirabassi (Kenosha, Wis.) led with 27 assists while Molly Pearce (Tallahassee, Fla.) had 24 of her own. Libero Anna Stoecklein (St. Charles, Mo.) led the Argos defensively with 20 digs. For more information on West Florida volleyball and all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Share Argos Season Ends in Five Set Thrillercenter_img (Photo by Bill Stockland) last_img read more

first_imgDengan alasan keamanan, khususnya antisipasi serangan terorisme, nampaknya waktu perjalanan untuk menggunakan kereta MRT di Singapura bakal menjadi lebih lama dari biasanya. Ini bukan karena keretanya telat atau adanya masalah teknis, pasalnya beberapa stasiun MRT (SMRT) pada bagian gate-nya akan dipasangi pemindai X-ray dan detektor logam untuk memindai isi barang bawaan calon penumpang, ini dilakukan dalam rangakaian uji coba selama enam bulan.Baca juga: Diterpa Sejumlah Teror, Perkeretaapian Jerman Siap Tingkatkan Pengamanan KabarPenumpag.com melansir dari laman straitstimes.com (6/11/2018), adanya scanner sinar X dan detektor logam tersebut dinyatakan oleh Land Transport Authority (LTA). Mereka mengatakan, stasiun yang dipilih berada di semua jalur kereta dan mulai beroperasi Senin mendatang. “Beberapa komuter mungkin diminta untuk menggunakan detektor logam berjalan dan melewati barang-barang mereka melalui pemindai X-ray, sebelum memasuki gerbang tarif,” ujar pejabat LTA.Nantinya pada awal percobaan akan langsung di gunakan pada enam stasiun MRT dalam satu waktu. Informasi yang diperoleh melalui uji coba akan memungkinkan LTA merampingkan dan mengoptimalkan proses penyaringan keamanannya, dan mengurangi dampak masa depan pada operasi kereta api harian.“Kami juga akan mengumpulkan umpan balik dari komuter dan operator angkutan umum untuk meningkatkan efektivitas operasi keamanan masa depan dan latihan darurat. Pada akhir tahun ini, operator angkutan umum juga akan semakin memperkenalkan penggunaan detektor logam genggam dalam pemeriksaan keamanan mereka di persimpangan bus dan stasiun MRT,” kata Kepala Eksekutif LTA Ngien Hoon Ping.LTA sebelumnya telah mencoba langkah-langkah keamanan ini, tetapi dalam skala yang lebih kecil. Pada bulan Februari, komuter harus melalui mesin X-ray dan detektor logam di stasiun Newton Downtown Line, sekitar delapan menit ke waktu yang dibutuhkan untuk berjalan dari Jalur Utara-Selatan ke Jalur Downtown di stasiun pada hari Minggu.Para komuter mengatakan mereka takut proses penyaringan akan membuat perjalanan periode-puncak menjadi lebih menegangkan daripada yang sudah ada.“Jika itu membuat Singapura menjadi tempat yang lebih aman, saya mendinginkannya. Tapi itu tidak boleh terlalu banyak ketidaknyamanan,” ujar Perancang permainan Keith Ng.“Ini akan menunda perjalanan semua orang. Tapi jika itu untuk keselamatan, tidak banyak yang bisa saya katakan,” kata Ms Nicole Quek.Manajer strategi konten di sebuah perusahaan siaran mengatakan dia berharap bahwa proses scanning ini lebih baik dilakukan secara acak, dan tidak akan dilakukan untuk setiap calon penumpang Associate Professor Bilveer Singh di departemen ilmu politik National University of Singapore (NUS) mengatakan, Stasiun MRT dan kereta api adalah target pilihan para teroris.Baca juga: “Citizens on Patrol” Bantu Polisi Patroli di MRT Singapura“Saya lebih suka mengalami beberapa penundaan daripada terburu-buru melalui ketidakamanan dan, lebih buruk lagi, kerusakan. Sebagai masyarakat terbuka, kita harus mengubah pola pikir kita dan menerima beberapa penyesuaian, seperti yang kita miliki di bandara,” ujar Singh.Peneliti transportasi NUS, Lee Der-Horng mengatakan waktu perjalanan yang lebih panjang akan tak terelakkan, tetapi pertimbangan keamanan menimpa ketidaknyamanan ini.“Sebagai penumpang, saya tidak akan keberatan memiliki langkah pengamanan baru ini,” katanya, menambahkan bahwa itu bahkan mungkin bertindak sebagai penyangga untuk menengahi kerumitan platform”. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedFase Uji Coba, Komuter SMRT Akan Lewati Skrining Keamanan di Beberapa Stasiun22/11/2018In “Darat”Alat Pemindai dan Detektor Logam Uji Coba Perdana di Stasiun MRT Little India15/11/2018In “Darat”Pintu Kereta Tidak Tertutup Saat Melaju, Kepala Stasiun MRT Diganjar Sanksi13/03/2019In “Darat”last_img read more

first_imgFriday 12/5 Monday 12/1 Borough to Further Investigate Land for Flood Mitigation; Class Sizes Remaining “Comfortable”; Andersons Plead Guilty in CES Charity Thefts; Local Woman Receives Patent for Fish Waste Disposal System FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Overall KPBSD Update Very Positive, Cooper Landing Bypass Achieves New Milestone, Gabriel Named Kenai’s Vice Mayor, GCI Confirms Details of ACS Wireless Purchase Tuesday 12/2 Wednesday 12/3 Governor Walker Inaugurated, New Health Commissioner Named, School Discipline Down, Assembly Simplifies “Non Controversial” Ordinances. Soldotna’s Christmas in the Park this Saturday, Superintendent’s Position Still in Limbo, Cameron Carter Celebrated as Man of Integrity and Passion, Public Help Wanted in Kasilof Attempted Burglary, State Publishes New Pot Report Malston To Appear in Court on Embezzlement Charges, Voter Initiative on Grocery Taxes to Appear 2015, Kenai Municipal Park Improvements Handed Over to Council, Two North Road Extension Options in the Works, New Book Tells Story of Funny River Fire Puppies Thursday 12/4last_img read more

first_imgSheehan is bidding to become the second Australian in as many years to win this tournament after Brendan Jones claimed victory in 2004. Fukushima one up ITO, Shizuoka Pref. (Kyodo) Overnight co-leader Akiko Fukushima wielded a hot putter on the back nine to card a 4-under-par 68 and move one shot clear of the field after the second round of the Fujisankei Ladies Classic on Saturday.The U.S. LPGA tour player made four birdies through seven holes on her inward journey before bogeying the 18th on the Kawana Hotel’s Fuji Course to establish a one-stroke lead over Kaori Higo on 6-under 138.Higo took sole possession of second with six birdies in a bogey-free round off 66 while reigning money queen Yuri Fudo dropped out of a share of the lead into third on 141 with Miho Koga (69) after a 71 that featured an eagle, a birdie and two bogeys. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img KAWANISHI, Hyogo Pref. (Kyodo) Australian Paul Sheehan birdied his final two holes to hold on to his share of the overnight lead with tour veteran Naomichi “Joe” Ozaki heading into the final round of the Tsuruya Open on Saturday.Sheehan and the 48-year-old Ozaki both had 4-under-par 67s at Yamanohara Golf Club for a three-day total of 10-under 203, three shots clear of Craig Jones and Toyokazu Fujishima.last_img read more

first_imgMore than 200 cyclists saddled up on Sunday, 3rd July to take on the gruelling 110-mile route and raise money for Bristol Rugby Community Foundation – and since then, thousands of pounds has been raised.Fundraising manager Sally Mabbutt said: “Congratulations and a huge thank you to everyone who has sponsored, collected or donated money to the Break The Cycle 2016 cause – we are delighted to pass the £25,000 mark and hope to see the total rise even further in the coming weeks.”To donate to Break The Cycle 2016, click here.The provisional date for the 2017 event has already been pencilled into the diary for Sunday, 11th June 2017, with final confirmation expected in the coming weeks.It gives prospective cyclists plenty of time to start their training for the 110-mile ride, covering Bristol, Bath and Gloucester.For more information, email smabbutt@bristolrugby.co.uk or visit www.breakthecyclechallenge.co.uklast_img read more

first_imgDURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke is a traditional power in women’s basketball.Mississippi State is trying to become one as well.The fourth-seeded Blue Devils (22-10) face the fifth-seeded Bulldogs (27-6) on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament’s Spokane Region.The Blue Devils have 15 appearances in the Sweet 16 in the past 17 years. The Bulldogs have seven NCAA Tournament wins in their history.Mississippi State center Martha Alwal said Saturday that “I look at them as like a Tennessee or a South Carolina” because they always seem to appear high in the national polls.Even if the Bulldogs actually have a higher ranking — they were 12th in the final AP poll, four spots ahead of Duke.Despite the difference in past success, the teams appear to be evenly matched at this point in this season.Mississippi State set program records for wins, Southeastern Conference wins (11) and longest winning streak (18).Duke, dealing with the in-season transfer of guard Sierra Calhoun and season-ending injuries to Oderah Chidom and Lynee Belton, needed a comeback in the final minute to get past 13th-seeded Albany 54-52 on Friday in the opening round.“We would have had no ability to do that earlier in the year,” Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie said. “People like to take every Duke team and put it up on a pedestal, but the reality is that we have a very inexperienced team. And for what they’ve done, with the schedule we’ve had, given the injuries and the situations that have occurred, it’s been remarkable.”The Bulldogs are making their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2010, when they advanced to the Sweet 16 for the only time in program history. Mississippi State has reached 20 wins in consecutive seasons for only the second time.The Bulldogs moved into the second round of the tournament with a 57-47 win over 12th-seeded Tulane, but they are looking for a much bigger victory Sunday.“I’m still waiting for us to get it all together and click on one night for 40 minutes,” Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer said. “Offense, defense, all of it. I think that’s still out there for this team.”Here are some things to know about the game:HOME SWEET HOME:Duke has won 19 of its past 20 home games in the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Devils have won 13 consecutive home games overall, including four victories against ranked opponents.GREEN LIGHT:Duke’s Rebecca Greenwell has made 68 3-pointers this season, a Duke record for freshmen. She made 6 of 11 3-point attempts against Albany and is shooting 35.4 percent on 3-pointers this season. The Bulldogs counter with the nation’s third-best 3-point defense, which limits opponents to 24.4 percent.CLASH OF THE TITANS:The game will be a showcase for senior post players. Duke’s Elizabeth Williams is the nation’s leader in blocked shots and is eighth among active players in rebounds (1,060). Alwal of Mississippi State is third (324) and 12th (1,006) in those categories, respectively. Both players set school records for blocked shots in an NCAA Tournament game in the opening round. Williams had nine blocks against Albany, and Alwal blocked six shots against Tulane.MAGIC NUMBER:Mississippi State is 23-0 this season when holding opponents to 65 points or fewer. Duke has scored fewer than 65 points in five of its past seven games.BALL SECURITY:Mississippi State ranks 13th in the country in turnover differential, while Duke ranks in the bottom quarter of teams in that category after committing 27 turnovers against Albany. “(Schaefer) is the defensive mastermind, and he knows that we don’t have any point guards,” McCallie said. “So I think he’s in a good seat, so to speak. But I’m excited for our kids to meet that challenge.”last_img read more

first_img Session ID: 2020-09-18:fb53d0db19742bef9d5b894 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-184458-3848326521001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.BATON ROUGE – Bring on Ole Miss. But not Katy Perry. We don’t want a corn dog riot.The third-ranked Rebels, 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Southeastern Conference after dismissing Tennessee, 34-3, Saturday night, will enter Tiger Stadium undefeated for the first time since 1963 when they were also No. 3 in the nation and 4-0-1 on the season.LSU, 6-2 and 2-2 after embarrassing Kentucky 41-3 Saturday night, no longer is smelling or playing like corn dogs – a long held belief by Ole Miss fans carried on by Perry during ESPN’s GameDay before Ole Miss’ monumental, 23-17 win over No. 1 Alabama on Oct. 4.LSU is not better than Ole Miss and will be underdogs, but it will be able to play with the Rebels and have a chance to win.The Tigers played their most complete game Saturday – or closest thing to that – and will likely be ranked after being out of the polls since Oct. 5 following a 41-7 loss to Auburn on Oct. 4. LSU looked well coached and well drilled throughout a game on offense, defense and special teams for the first time this season. The sideline even managed to work the clock successfully again for a field goal with seven seconds to go in the first half.“They were more prepared. They were better coached,” Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said.“I think what’s happening is this football team’s coming together,” LSU coach Les Miles said. “The time is kind of right for that. That was the best overall game we’ve had thus far from start to finish.”LSU is running the ball and playing defense with precision again. The Tigers piled up 303 yards on the ground on 51 carries against Kentucky and held the Wildcats to just 217 yards – less than half of the 448 they had been averaging. Kentucky could muster just 71 rushing yards on 27 carries, or 2.8 yards a carry.After disastrous defensive performances against Mississippi State and Auburn, the competition has decreased exponentially against the likes of Florida last week and Kentucky this week. Still, the defense is playing better. Defensive coordinator John Chavis has made adjustments and mixed things up – in a good way. He has made his unit better.Kendell Beckwith is entrenched at middle linebacker for the Tigers now. He made nine tackles. True freshman Jamal Adams is playing more and more at safety and quickly making a name for himself as junior Jalen Mills has moved to nickel in passing situations. Adams had eight tackles and the key block that freed Tre’Davious White on his 67-yard punt return in the first quarter for a 17-0 lead. Then he made the tackle on the ensuing kickoff. You will see more of him.Chavis played more people in various roles. True freshmen Deondre Clark and Sione Teuhema played situationally at defensive end and defensive tackle. Speed was all over the field.Finally, LSU looked scary again with obvious height, girth and speed advantages. LSU looked like LSU again as it dominated a clearly outclassed opponent.Now, if the stadium can just return. LSU fans might have chanted, “We want Ole Miss,” as the Kentucky game ended, but there were not enough people close enough together remaining in the place.Tiger Stadium, fastly becoming known as Dodger Stadium with about equal traffic issues outside, may actually be full until the end of an event next week against Ole Miss for the first time since George Strait crooned “Amarilo By Morning” last May during the Bayou Country Super Fest.“I expect that this place will be rocking,” Miles said. From beginning to end?It will be worth it to stay next week, and maybe everyone can sing, “Oxford by morning,” by night’s end. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more