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Ministers from Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru are planning to meet in order to coordinate tasks in the fight against drug trafficking, organized crime, and money laundering, an official source said in La Paz. “The initiative was put forward to hold a trilateral meeting among the Brazilian justice minister, the Peruvian interior minister, and the Bolivian interior minister in order to coordinate a joint fight against illicit activities,” the Bolivian interior minister, Sacha Llorenti, announced. Llorenti, who has primary responsibility for the fight against drugs in the Bolivian government, said that “it is important that this trilateral meeting come to pass, in order to coordinate activities in the area of interdicting drug trafficking and in order to improve the exchange of information among the anti-drug forces of the three countries.” The interior minister, quoted by the government news agency ABI, indicated that there is not yet a specific date for the meeting, because coordination is in process. Llorenti was in Brazil at the end of November, when he met with the Brazilian justice minister, Luiz Paulo Barreto, in a first approach to coordinating the fight against drugs, amid a strong Brazilian police and military offensive to occupy slums controlled by drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro. Barreto even proposed a South American strategy against drugs. Brazil has indicated several times that drugs produced in Bolivia reach its territory, while La Paz affirms that part of the cocaine is of Peruvian origin. By Dialogo December 08, 2010
“We’re just starting to move on into the future of Arsenal. It’s going to take time but I believe introducing Wenger back into the club would be stepping into the past.” Wenger, 70, left Arsenal in May 2018 after spearheading the club for 22 years and took up the role of head of global football at Fifa in November last year. But it seems fans will be disappointed anyway after owner Stan Kroenke said in a statement that there will be no new additions to the board. A statement on the Arsenal website read: “Moving forward the board will be composed of Stan Kroenke, Josh Kroenke, Lord Harris and Ken Friar.” Speaking of his departure, Sir Chips, a former chairman of Hambros Bank and director of the Bank of England, said: “It has been an honour to be the chairman of this great football club. “Arsenal has always held a special place in my life and that will remain the case in the future. read also:Ex-Arsenal captain: Wenger better than Pep and Jose “I made my plan to retire at the end of this season clear to the board, before the global health crisis we are now experiencing. The club is in safe hands with Stan and Josh, the board and the executive team. “I know Arsenal will emerge strongly from this situation and I look forward, like all our supporters around the world, to seeing the team in action as soon as possible.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Lifelong fan Sir Chips, 80, stood down today after 15 years on the club’s board. And almost as soon as it was announced, Arsenal supporters took to social media to demand a return of Wenger. Funny, really, considering how vociferous the Wenger Out movement was during the French legend’s final few years in North London. Still, in reply to one tweet asking if Arsenal fans would have Wenger back, one joked: “I would even take him as a player.” Another posted: “That shouldn’t be a question. We need him there at our club.” A fellow supporter wrote: “He’s got the eye to spot crazy talented youngsters, he understands the club more than anyone.” Another reply read: “Hundred percent but he’d never do it.” Some disagreed however, with one stating: “Think the club needs a good long break from Wenger if I’m honest. Arsenal fans have called for Arsene Wenger to “come home” as the club’s new chairman after Sir Chips Keswick announced his retirement. Loading… Promoted Content10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise You9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo8 Shows You Didn’t Want To Watch At The EndWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’
The Celtics still want to trade for Anthony Davis.Boston is “determined” to deal for the 25-year-old Pelicans star, according to a report from ESPN, which cites unidentified league sources. The Celtics have urged New Orleans to hold off moving Davis until this summer when they can trade for him, the report says. The five-time All-Star’s top choice would be a move to the Lakers, according to an earlier ESPN report. He has missed the Pelicans’ last seven games with a finger injury. Davis is averaging 29.3 points and 13.3 rebounds per game this season.The NBA trade deadline is Feb. 7. NBA trade rumors: Lakers, Pelicans reportedly moving closer to Anthony Davis deal Davis will not sign an extension with New Orleans and wants to be traded, agent Rich Paul told ESPN in late January. The Lakers have been engaged in serious trade talks with the Pelicans about him. Boston cannot deal for Davis during the season because of the “Rose Rule,” which prohibits teams from adding multiple players via trade that have signed rookie extensions. Boston dealt for Kyrie Irving in August 2017.The Celtics are reportedly not on the list of teams Davis would be willing to sign a long-term deal with. But, they are still “anxious to trade” for him and pair him with Irving, ESPN’s report says. Related News NBA trade rumors: Clippers have yet to make offer for Pelicans star Anthony Davis