Man in Ohio court on kidnap and rape charges

first_imgNews Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook Previous articleBrendan Howlin: I have full confidence in James ReillyNext articleDavid Moyes confirmed as Manchester United’s next manager News Highland Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North The man accused of kidnapping and raping three young women in Cleveland, Ohio has appeared in court.Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight were rescued from Ariel Castro’s house on Tuesday after being missing for a decade.He was hand-cuffed, had his head bowed, and his collar pulled up around his neck.Castro’s two brothers were also brought before Cleveland municipal court today charged with misdemeanour offences relating to having alcohol in an open container in a public space.Ariel Castro can be released from custody if he can come up with a bail bond which the Judge has set at 2 million dollars cash on each cases against him.He has been barred from making any contact whatsoever with his alleged victims or their families. Google+ By News Highland – May 9, 2013 Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th center_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Man in Ohio court on kidnap and rape charges Google+ WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

Number of Russian pension providers shrinks as Safmar acquires trio

first_imgThe newly merged entity has combined pensions savings of RUB177.3bn (€2.45bn), reserves of RUB8.3bn, a clientele of more than 2.265m in the mandatory second pillar and 75,800 covered in voluntary pensions.The deal propels Safmar into fourth place in terms of pensions savings and fifth in terms of second-pillar clients.The company told IPE it expected the reorganisation of Doverie, the group’s fifth NPF, to start next year.Other financial groups are also in the process of consolidating their pension funds to achieve economies of scale.In August, Gazfond announced that it was planning a merger with the three NPFs in the Alor Group – KIT Finance, Promagrofond and Naslediye (Heritage).This transaction would make it the biggest in terms of savings and members, displacing the current market leader Sberbank.Russia’s compulsory pensions system had, at the end of June, savings of RUB2,023bn and a membership of 29.93m, according to CBR data.While savings grew by 17.6% since the start of the year, and members by 13.7%, the number of funds licensed to provide second-pillar coverage fell by 10 to 55, of which 46 were members of the Deposit Insurance Agency.While some had their licences annulled by the CBR for various violations – six in June alone – consolidation is likely to be the main force for falling numbers.Last month, Vladimir Chistyukhin, a deputy governor of the CBR, told Russian television he expected this process to bring the number of DIA-guaranteed funds to 30. Consolidation continues to drive down the number of Russian non-state pension funds (NPFs) providing compulsory pensions insurance.On 6 September, Safmar announced the completion of its merger with the European, Regionfond and Education and Science pension funds, all part of the Safmar Financial Group (formerly the BIN Group).Safmar itself is the renamed Raiffeisen NPF, which BIN acquired from the Austrian parent bank in October 2015.The merger process started this year, receiving approval from the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation in May, and from the Bank of Russia (CBR), the pensions regulator, in August.last_img read more

Lost clubs prevent Hoey return

first_imgNorthern Ireland’s Michael Hoey was forced to withdraw from the inaugural Made in Denmark event after what he described as a “nightmare 24 hours”. Hoey then tried to get back to the course only to discover that his golf clubs had been mislaid in transit and he could not get back in time for his 7:40am start on Saturday morning. The five-time European Tour winner wrote on Twitter: “Home after a nightmare 24hrs, left Aalborg for Amsterdam, arrived, watched scores, made cut. KLM lost my clubs, missed flights back. “Couldn’t get private jet, train, car or any other way back so came home! At least I found my clubs this morning at Schiphol #silverlinings.” Hoey thought he had missed the halfway cut at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort after consecutive rounds of 73 left him four over par. The 35-year-old therefore set off for home only to discover in Amsterdam airport that a bogey on his final hole from James Heath – who was in the last group on Friday afternoon – had changed the cut from three over to four over. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more