first_img 5 2. He’s produced his own ‘Hand of God’… and got away with it too – In a Russian Premier League fixture with Rostov in August 2014, which Dynamo won 7-3, Kokorin replicated Diego Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ by appearing to palm in his opening goal. He would go on to score a hat-trick. 1. He’s the youngest scorer in Dynamo Moscow’s history – to find out four more Kokorin facts, click right – In 2008 he became Dynamo’s youngest ever scorer at 17 years and 199 days. Kokorin was introduced as a second half substitute after his side became decimated by injuries, going onto equalise as Dynamo overturned a 1-0 deficit to win 2-1. 4. He has as many World Cup goals as Wayne Rooney – one – At last summer’s World Cup in Brazil, Kokorin rose impressively to head home during Russia’s 1-1 draw with Algeria. He was powerless to stopping Fabio Capello’s underachieving side slip out of the tournament at the group stages though. Reports emerging in various media outlets on Wednesday suggest that Arsenal are lining up a move for Dynamo Moscow striker Aleksandr Kokorin.Kokorin, a bruising forward, has been identified as an alternative to Karim Benzema in the Gunners’ pursuit of a new striker after the Real Madrid man effectively ruled himself out of an Emirates arrival.‘WHAT IS A KOKORIN?’ – ARSENAL FANS BEMUSED BY LINKS WITH RUSSIAN STRIKERThe 24-year-old is comparatively unheard of considering some of the other targets reportedly being tracked by Arsene Wenger this summer, so talkSPORT has collated five things you might not know about the Russian international… 5 5 5. He signed for Anzhi Makhachkala in 2013, but never played for them – In July 2013, Anzhi triggered his £13m release clause, but just a month later he was on his way back to Dynamo after the nouveau riche Russian side put their entire squad up for sale due to financial issues. 5 3. He’s never scored more than 10 league goals in a season – He’s hardly been prolific in his career, and so far his best league return is 10 goals in the 2013-2014 campaign after returning to Dynamo from Anzhi Makhachkala. 5last_img read more

first_imgThis may seem like a given, but college – it’s hard. Really hard. People warned me that it would be, but it wasn’t the kind of warning that one heeds. No, it was the kind of warning that one dismisses with the arrogance of thinking, “Well, they might think it’s hard, but I’m not them. I’m smart. I’ve got it together. It probably isn’t that bad. They’re just saying that to look impressive.” But, as it turned out, I was naive. They were right, I was wrong. Let’s just say that I was more than a little surprised by the result of the Roman Art History test. It was mind-set-changing. Kind of like learning that the friendly and lovable Mickey Mouse that used to hug me ever-so-sweetly at Disneyland was really just a teenager in a mouse suit who was probably wishing he was home in bed instead of coddling hyperactive tykes and their overzealous parents in the heat. I came to Kenyon thinking I was still at summer camp and that work was optional. Dancing parties and Wii and movies at 3 a.m. – such was the golden and dreamy world (or bubble, rather) that I created for myself here. But, as everyone knows, bubbles have a tendency to pop. That first test served as a big, shiny, bubble-popping needle, the catalyst for my rectified approach to college. And now – now I am a master of scrounging out the most quiet and aesthetic corners of the library. I can name all the study lounges on campus without a second thought; I’ve sat beneath the most comfortable trees and read “History of Art” while watching the foliage spill delicately around me; I’ve fallen asleep on my pens more times than I care to disclose. So now it is official: I am finally a real-life college student (not like one of those fake college students over at Denison University, our nemesis in neighboring Granville, Ohio – I jest, Denison is a fine institution of higher education, almost as good as Kenyon). And as I can’t emphasize this fact enough – it is hard, I mean just really difficult, to be in college. And to be a college kid. But it also feels really, really excellent. When I stumble home at 2 in the morning from the library and just flop in my bed and pass out from exhaustion – what a superb kick I get out of that. It’s the kick of accomplishing some great feat. I could have defeated the Persian armies single-handedly, or invented the cure for cancer, or won the Boston Marathon, I feel so good. And sure, parties are fun. But there just isn’t any glory when I tumble home after dancing and watching drunken people sing horribly all night. Not like there is when I’ve made 200 flashcards for a biology exam I have that coming Friday. People can call me a nerd. I’d encourage it, actually. Because I’m a real-life college kid. And that means that I party hardy with my good friends Sigmund Freud and Michelangelo and Dante almost every day. And that’s the way I like it. Patti Sponaugle is a Torrance High School graduate writing about her freshman year at Kenyon College. She can be reached at sponauglep@kenyon.edu.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.It is hard. However, misconceptions in tow, I lived my first month or so at Kenyon College with my previous (and very erroneous) mind-set: that college was going to be a breeze. I would study, of course. Sometimes. Maybe. If I was in the mood. I had always gotten by in high school with fairly minimal efforts – good grades just came naturally. Why would I assume college would be any different? What knowledge had I to contradict this thinking? And then my first exam was returned to me. last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MIAMI (AP) – Assuring the judge he is working to become “a new man,” disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff was sentenced Wednesday to nearly six years in prison for committing fraud in the purchase of a fleet of gambling boats. He will remain free while helping prosecutors with a vast bribery investigation involving members of Congress. Abramoff, 47, and former business partner Adam Kidan, 41, received the minimum under federal guidelines: five years and 10 months. The two pleaded guilty earlier to conspiracy and fraud for concocting a fake $23 million wire transfer to make it appear they were contributing their own money toward the purchase of the $147.5 million SunCruz Casinos gambling fleet. Based on that fraudulent transfer, lenders provided the pair with $60 million in financing. Abramoff told U.S. District Judge Paul C. Huck that he had started “the process of becoming a new man.” “I am much chastened and profoundly remorseful,” Abramoff said. “I can only hope that the almighty and those whom I have wronged will forgive me my trespasses.” He and Kidan were also ordered to pay restitution of more than $21 million. Both must serve three years’ probation after they get out of prison. Abramoff pleaded guilty in the SunCruz fraud in January. The same week, he pleaded guilty in Washington to defrauding Indian tribes and other lobbying clients out of millions of dollars. He also agreed to cooperate in a corruption probe that could involve up to 20 members of Congress, including former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay of Texas. No date has been set for his sentencing in that case. Hours after the sentencing, the Senate voted 90-8 to bar its members from accepting gifts or meals from lobbyists, and to require lobbyists to reveal more information about their contacts with lawmakers. Critics are seeking deeper changes, including a ban on privately funded travel and the creation of an independent office to investigate possible ethics violations by senators. The House has yet to take up similar legislation, but House and Senate leaders have made lobbying and ethics reform a priority in light of the Abramoff scandal and the recent bribery conviction of former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham, R-Calif. The judge in the Miami case said Abramoff and Kidan will not have to report to prison for at least 90 days so they can continue cooperating with investigators in the corruption case and the slaying of former SunCruz owner Konstantinos “Gus” Boulis. Boulis was gunned down in 2001 at the wheel of his car amid a power struggle over the gambling fleet. Three men face murder charges, including one who worked for Kidan as a consultant at SunCruz and who allegedly has ties to New York’s Gambino crime family. Abramoff and Kidan have denied any role in the killing and neither has been charged. If prosecutors are satisfied with their cooperation in those cases, the two men’s sentences could be reduced. Abramoff and his attorneys declined to speak with reporters as they left court. His defense team filed 62 pages of documents that depicted Abramoff as a deeply religious Orthodox Jew who was generous to charities, dedicated to his wife and five children and filled with remorse over his crimes. But the memo also distanced Abramoff from the SunCruz fraud and laid most of the blame on Kidan, a New York businessman and disbarred lawyer. “After the company was purchased, Mr. Abramoff learned that some of the representations made by his partner were untrue,” the defense said. Kidan’s attorney, Joseph Conway, said his client has acknowledged his guilt but disagrees “with the statement of facts as laid out by Mr. Abramoff.” In his own letter to the judge, Kidan said that he knew the SunCruz deal was wrong but that he “was very caught up in the fast-paced world of my partner and the high profile that came along with it.” The SunCruz fleet of 11 ships sailed from nine Florida ports and Myrtle Beach, S.C., to international waters. The company operates gambling cruises under new ownership after emerging from bankruptcy.last_img read more

first_imgTHERE are always winners and losers at the end of a long season and today several teams are celebrating winning county championships.St Naul’s were crowned Intermediate Champions, disposing of Naomh Columba by 1-5 to 0-3 at Tir Chonaill Park.Burt picked up the Junior title with a comprehensive victory over Lifford, finishing 3-5 to 1-3 at O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny. And the boys of St Eunan’s won the County Minor honours with a convincing win over Ardara.www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comBusanna Feda O Donaill IFCDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue16-Oct-2011St Nauls1 – 50 – 3Naomh ColumbaTir Chonaill Park Donegal TownBusanna Feda O Donaill Jun AFCDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue16-Oct-2011Naomh Padraig Leifear1 – 33 – 5BurtO Donnell ParkBrian McCormack Sports Division OneDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue16-Oct-2011Naomh Conaill1 – 90 – 6Four MastersGlenties Davy Brennan MemorialBusanna Feda O Donaill Jun BFCDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue16-Oct-2011St Michaels0 – 40 – 9MacCumhaillsTermonBrian McCormack Sports Division OneDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Ardara1 – 71 – 6MalinPairc na Phiarsaigh ArdaraCentra Supermarkets Division ThreeDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Urris1 – 82 – 10DowningsUrris Pairc Ui Chraimhsaigh15-Oct-2011Naomh Brid1 – 100 – 8Naomh MhuireNaomh BridMarley Coach Hire Division Four ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Naomh Ultan1 – 131 – 6Letterkenny GaelsDunkineelyMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division TwoDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Glenfin2 – 131 – 7Sean MacCumhaillsPairc Ghleann FhinneMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division Two ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Killybegs2 – 140 – 11BundoranFintraCentra Supermarkets Division ThreeDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Carndonagh0 – 50 – 8Naomh ColmcilleCarndonaghMarley Coach Hire Division 5DateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011St Eunans1 – 53 – 7Naomh ConaillO Donnell ParkMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division TwoDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011St Michaels0 – 111 – 6Fanad GaelsPairc Naomh MichealBrian McCormack Sports Division OneDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Gaoth Dobhair0 – 111 – 9DungloeMachaire GathlanCentra Supermarkets Division ThreeDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Buncrana1 – 120 – 7Aodh RuadhBuncrana ScarveyMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division Two ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Termon2 – 143 – 9KilcarTermonCentra Supermarkets Division Three ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Carndonagh4 – 200 – 11Naomh ColmcilleCarndonaghBrian McCormack Sports Division One ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Ardara0 – 101 – 8MalinPairc na Phiarsaigh ArdaraCentra Supermarkets Division Three ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Buncrana1 – 54 – 17Aodh RuadhBuncrana ScarveyMarley Coach Hire Division FourDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Na Rossa1 – 110 – 5ConvoyPairc DooeyCentra Supermarkets Division Three ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Naomh Brid0 – 90 – 3Naomh MhuireNaomh BridMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division Two ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011St Michaels5 – 151 – 6Fanad GaelsPairc Naomh MichealBrian McCormack Sports Division One ReserveDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Gaoth Dobhair0 – 121 – 10DungloeMachaire GathlanMcGlynns Resturant Castlefin Division TwoDateTeam 1ScoreScoreTeam 2Venue15-Oct-2011Termon0 – 142 – 10KilcarTermonGAA COUNTY RESULTS: ST NAUL’S, BURT AND EUNAN’S IN FINAL WINS was last modified: October 17th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal GAA resultsGAA RESULTSlast_img read more

first_imgMartin, Kyna, Caoimhe, Marrion and Dinah at the game in Ballyshannon on Sunday.DONEGAL’S march towards promotion back to the Allianz Division One continued at Fr Tierney Park in Ballyshannon today.Here’s some snaps from the day from Brian McDaid of the Cristeph Gallery in Letterkenny.Crew from Mountcharles at the Donegal game in Ballyshannn on Sunday. Photo Brian McDaid/CristephMicheal, Michelle and Reaithin from Gweedore at the game in Ballyshannon on Sunday. Photo Brian McDaid  Jim Mc Guinness and Damien Diver in Ballyshannon on Sunday for the game. Photo Brian McDaid/CristephPole topping. Pat the cope Gallagher at work in Ballyshannon at the Donegal game. Photo Brian McDaid/CristephColm Anthony Mc Fadden battles well to hold on to this ball in Ballysannon on Sunday evening. Photo Brian McDaid Christy Toye and Leon Thompson go high to win this ball in the game in Ballyshannon on Sunday against Louth. Photo Brian McDaidPatrick Mc Brearty in control for Donegal in Ballyshannon against Louth. Photo Brian McDaid PICTURE SPECIAL: WERE YOU IN THE CROWD IN BALLYSHANNON? was last modified: March 30th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallyshannonBrian McDaiddonegalLouthpicture speciallast_img read more

first_imgThe family of the late Brid Carr who made the journey home from London this weekend to give a helping hand to promote Sunday’s Run Donegal Women’s 5k. included are from left daughters Christine and Anna, husband Seamus, son Tom and sister Rosemary Foy. Also pictured are organising committee, Brigeen Doherty James and Grace Boyle, and Patsy Doherty Photo Cristeph/Brian McDaidBrid Carr was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in December 2010 shortly before her 51st Birthday. She is originally from Glencolmcille and lived in London with her husband Seamus and their 3 children – Christina, Anna and Tom.Brid trained as a nurse in The Mater Hospital in Dublin and then moved to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London where she was Urology Nurse Specialist. She passed away on 11th October 2014 at age 54. Family of the late Brid Carr who made the journey home from London this weekend to give a helping hand to promote the forthcoming Run Donegal Women’s 5k. included are daughters Christine and Anna, husband Seamus, son Tom and sister Rosemary Foy. Photo Cristeph/Brian McDaidThe symptoms of ovarian cancer can be vague and they often appear at a late stage and are often misdiagnosed. Survival rates for Ovarian Cancer are poor compared with other cancers – as low as 29% according to recent studies and, unfortunately, this has not improved in over 20 years.However, there are some very exciting strands of research being pursued at the moment. These cannot be turned from brilliant ideas into life-saving, real-life treatments, without further research, and in particular patient clinical trials.The more money we can raise the faster we can turn exciting research ideas into the life-saving treatments our mothers, daughters, sisters and grandmothers urgently need.In 2012, after her second chemotherapy treatment, she joined the first global awareness campaign for ovarian cancer with charity Ovacome.   She hoped that the Ovacome campaign will help to raise the profile of the disease to similar levels as breast cancer. She said “Women need to realise that the cervical smear rarely picks up this disease, and if they have any symptoms which could be ovarian cancer they should ask for a CA125 blood test and a pelvic ultrasound scan to check them out for ovarian cancer”.In the final stages of her illness one of Brid’s requests was that she would like us to organise events to create awareness of the disease and to raise funds for cancer research.In carrying out her wishes, fundraising events are being organised in London and Donegal.The Rundonegal Womens 5K will take place at Finn Valley Centre, Stranorlar on Sunday 12th April 2015 at 11.00am. All proceeds from these events will go to Ovarian Cancer Research. DONEGAL REMEMBERS BRID CARR THROUGH THE RUNDONEGAL WOMEN’S 5K THIS SUNDAY was last modified: April 11th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Brid CarrdonegalraceRun Donegallast_img read more

first_imgManchester United will get the chance to sign Alex Sandro next summer after Juventus ended talks over a deal with Paris Saint-Germain.The left-back has been heavily linked with a move over the past few months after almost joining Chelsea a year ago. Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Sandro can now be snapped up for £45miliion Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Back then the Blues were trying to thrash out a deal for the Brazilian, but they refused to meet his £70m asking price.Sandro’s valuation has fallen since then and he can now be snapped up for closer to £45m.Manchester United had been keen to strike a deal at that price, however the English transfer window shut last week with no agreement.That left PSG in pole position to sign the 27-year-old and they have been deep in talks with Juve. Latest Transfer News But now, according to Tuttosport, the Italian champions have pulled the plug on negotiations with PSG.The club want Sandro to stay for at least one more season and they will not listen to any offers now.That will come as a boost for Manchester United, who feared they may have missed the chance to sign the Brazil international. LATEST Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January 1 REVEALED center_img targets Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland moving on IN DEMAND targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star LIVING THE DREAM RANKED last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki announced the diplomatic shuffle to Parliament. He said that “the missions of more than 40 ambassadors and heads of Iranian diplomatic missions abroad will expire by the end of the year,” which is March 20 under the Iranian calendar. Since winning election in June to succeed reformist President Mohammad Khatami, Ahmadinejad has taken a harder line in negotiations with the European Union over Iran’s nuclear program. Hard-liners have criticized Khatami’s government for agreeing to freeze much of Iran’s nuclear activities, and Ahmadinejad has already replaced the negotiating team with hard-liners. “He wants to remove any official or diplomat with liberal thinking or anybody who backs better relations with the West,” said political analyst Davoud Hermidas Bavand. Mottaki, whose announcement was reported by the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency, did not specify which ambassadors were being removed. IRNA, however, said they include Iran’s ambassador to Britain, Mohammad Hossein Adeli, a leading member of the pragmatic foreign policy wing that supports improved contacts with Europe and other countries. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s government announced Wednesday that 40 ambassadors and senior diplomats, including supporters of warmer ties with the West, will be fired, continuing a purge of reformers as the regime takes an increasingly tough stance at home and abroad. The diplomatic changes are part of a government shake-up by ultraconservative President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that includes putting Islamic hard-liners in key posts at security agencies. Some Iranians worry that the president will bring back strict social policies. Ahmadinejad has steered the Persian state into a more confrontational stance in its dealings with other nations, particularly in facing suspicions about whether Iran’s nuclear program is illicitly trying to develop nuclear weapons, a charge the regime denies. The president also raised a storm of international criticism last week by calling for Israel to be “wiped off the map.” last_img read more

first_imgIt’s back to Croker for Donegal.It was originally scheduled to be played at Castlebar but Donegal’s game against Galway will now be played at Croke Park on Saturday week, August 1st.Michael Murphy and co will be looking to get their All-Ireland campaign back on track at headquarters following the bitterly disappointing result in Clones against Monaghan.We’re used to Croker so it’s onwards and upwards! Saturday, July 25GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 4AFermanagh v Westmeath, Kingspan Breffni Park, 5pm (Live on Sky Sports)Kildare v Cork, Thurles, 7pm (Live on Sky Sports) Saturday, August 1GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 4BSligo v Tyrone, Croke Park, 4pm (Live on Sky Sports)Donegal v Galway, Croke Park, 6pm (Live on Sky Sports)Sunday, August 2 GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-FinalsKerry v Round 4A Winner, Croke Park, TBC (Live on RTE)Dublin v Round 4A Winner, Croke Park, TBC (Live on RTE)*** DONEGAL GAME AGAINST GALWAY TO BE PLAYED AT CROKER was last modified: July 20th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgA new political grouping has been formed in Donegal.On February 27th last, Aontú held the inaugural meeting of The Glenties Electoral Area Cumann.The party was founded by T.D. Peadar Tóibín who was effectively forced to resign from his party due to his Pro-Life views. The new party Aontú “meaning Union or Togetherness” is in response to the substantial amount of people who feel disenfranchised from local and national politics as their voices and concerns are being ignored by those who were supposed to represent them.Michael Harkin from Creeslough was nominated as Chairperson of the committee and other officers were also elected for an initial three-month period.A spokesperson said “Even though we are running on a tight schedule we have a very positive outlook and intend to field a Candidate at the next local Council Elections in May. Our next meeting will be on the 9th of March at 8:30pm in Óstan Loch Altan, Gortahork.If you would like to make a change in the current government or have any suggestions in regard to local matters the committee would be very interested to hear from you. The meeting is open to Members and prospective members.” New political group sets its roots in Donegal was last modified: March 4th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AontúdonegalGroupPoliticslast_img read more