Several Ukrainian political figures who holidayed at a French ski resort have caught the coronavirus, and passed it on to others, a magazine reported Friday.At least five deputies in the Ukrainian parliament, plus a judge, have caught the “Courchevel virus” according to the Novole Vremia weekly. One of the MPs who caught the disease, Serghi Shakhov, and judge Viktoria Djarty confirmed that they had visited the Courchevel resort in the French Alps, which is very popular with Ukrainians and Russians, around March 18 which is a holiday in Ukraine.Some fellow deputies caught the virus from Shakhov upon his return from France and had to be hospitalised and quarantined, according to the magazine.Andriy Bohdan, a former head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, also took a holiday at Courchevel in March.He posted a photo of his COVID-19 test on Facebook, saying it was “negative”.Businessman Valery Khoroshkovsky, former head of the Ukraine secret service, was one of those hospitalised Ukraine authorities have cordoned off a wealthy Kiev suburb where 30 of the country’s 942 coronavirus cases have been recorded.In Russia, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has pointed to the Courchevel resort as a source of the virus.”Many” Muscovites have come back from the French ski resort, bringing the virus back in their suitcases,” he said in late March.Ski stations in Austria and the United States have also been hit by the virus, according to media reports. Topics :
UOC president Blick (left), FUFA VP Mbidde (middle) and Magogo (right) at the press briefing on Thursday. PHOTO BY FUFASoccer governing body FUFA insist they will defy new regulations for them to register with National Council of Sports NCS.FUFA president Moses Magogo told the press on Thursday that not only are the rules useless in the effort to move sport forward, but some clash with statutes of their international soccer governing body FIFA. He instead called for dialogue to resolve the impasse, following an ultimatum of June 30 to comply.“The new laws are old and useless since they don’t solve the problems of sports industry. From 1964 to 2014, we haven’t attributed our successes in sports to regulations. Sports activity is a dynamic industry that will require amendments in regulation,” Magogo said Thursday.“We have fulfilled 99% of the new guidelines and failed to consent towards a clause regarding trustee. We told NCS from the start of this exercise that there would be a flaw with FIFA Statutes if we registered as a Trustee. We have contacted NCS for audience but they have refused to get back to us.”Magogo told the press at the Uganda Olympics Committee offices that focus should be on amendments of the NCS ACT that governs Uganda sport. “We asked for an extended time to October 31 so that we could have a general assembly according to FIFA’s statutes, however to our dismay, there was no response to our matter.”Out of 50 associations, only 17 are nationally recognised by NCS as sports associations and new regulations the body set last year. “We are at a time when Uganda Cranes is preparing for an AFCON qualifier against Botswana next weekend and instead of looking for the over sh800m needed for the fixture – NCS is not contributing anything to this – here I am discussing issues that are meant to destroy sport in this country. Instead, just yesterday I got a letter telling me of a 30th June 2016 deadline.”Uganda Table Tennis Association (UTTA) president Robert Jjagwe was saddened by what he called the “antagonistic nature and conduct of NCS.” He added that “NCS interference is detrimental to the game and sport activities.”However NCS General Secretary Nicholas Muramagi says FUFA have had enough time to prepare themselves to meet the new regulations and register.“We don’t consider it a registered national association. They should fulfill the guidelines, register at a fee and thereafter acquire a certificate of recognition.”Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) president William Blick advised NCS to engage federations. “International laws are very important and help govern sport from an international perspective. I am afraid if NCS stick to their guns national sports federations are going to have problems and I do not want to see this happen. I therefore urge members to sit down and talk.”Share on: WhatsApp
The victim told police that the suspect’s penis and buttock were completely exposed. When the man looked up at the victim he told her, “This is what you do to me” and proceeded to walk over to a lounge chair and laid down on the chair. The suspect allegedly stated, “This is where you sit.” The suspect then allegedly lifted his legs and played with his penis and masturbated.The victim stated she screamed and called 911. She also told police she felt as though he was stalking her because he sat in the pool chair she regularly uses. The victim told police the suspect took a morning swim in the pool regularly.Police identified the suspect as 39-year-old Jousua Echezarreta, and he was arrested and charged with exposing sexual organs, loitering or prowling, resisting officer without violence, and stalking simple without threats. A Florida man is accused of exposing himself to a woman who was on her porch drinking her coffee.The Naples Police Department received a call from a woman who said a man was playing with his genitals at an area condo.The police report stated the victim lived on the second floor of the condominium, and her back porch overlooks the pool and the pool deck. The victim told police that she walked out to the porch and sat down to drink her coffee, when she saw a Hispanic male with no pants or underwear standing by the pool.