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Broadway.com Presents At the Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber Nominated for Two New York Emmy Awards

first_img View Comments Time for the Broadway.com staff to gussy up! Broadway.com and CBS’ pre-Tony Awards TV special, Broadway.com Presents At the Tonys, hosted by our own contributor Imogen Lloyd Webber, has been nominated for two New York Emmy Awards. The broadcast, which was produced by John Gore Organization Chairman and CEO John Gore, COO Lauren Reid, CMO Rich Jaffe and Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek, nabbed a nomination for Special Event Coverage (other than News and Sports). Lloyd Webber garnered a nomination for hosting the broadcast, which premiered on WCBS 2 on June 11. The 60th annual New York Emmy Awards will be presented at a black-tie gala on May 6 at Times Square’s Marriott Marquis.The half-hour special shined the spotlight on the Tony Award-nominated productions for Best Musical, Best Play, Best Musical Revival and Best Play Revival, and featured behind-the-scenes interviews with the creative teams and actors who received nods. Highlights from big Tony night winners like Hamilton, The Color Purple and The Humans and many more appeared on the preview program.Broadcaster and writer Imogen Lloyd Webber is currently the Vice President of The Musical Company, a Broadway.com contributor and PEOPLE Now’s Royals Correspondent. Her latest book, The Intelligent Conversationalist: 31 Cheat Sheets That Will Show You How to Talk to Anyone About Anything, Anytime, was published in June 2016 by St. Martin’s Press.A wrap-up special, Broadway.com 2016 Tony Awards Special with Imogen Lloyd Webber, aired on CBS 2 New York on June 19. Both Broadway.com Presents At The Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber and Broadway.com 2016 Tony Awards Special with Imogen Lloyd Webber are now available to view on Broadway.com as well as the newly launched Broadway Channel App, which you can access by visiting the Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Roku online stores.Click here for the full list of New York Emmy nominees. ‘Broadway.com Presents At the Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber’last_img read more

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Sara Duterte denies having role in BARMM selection

first_imgSara on Sunday said several people approachedher for endorsement requests due to rumors circulating that she has been givena hand in the selection of three BARMM posts. MANILA – Presidential daughter and Davao Citymayor Sara Duterte denied influencing the appointment of Bangsamoro AutonomousRegion in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) officials. Murad Ebrahim, the MILF chairman, took hisoath as interim chief minister of the 3-year transition government of the BARMMin February this year./PN Last week, the Department of the Interior andLocal Government said it was mapping out ways to provide technical assistanceto BARMM for its transition. She said she has no influence either in theappointment of other national government positions.center_img Presidential daughter and Davao City mayor Sara Duterte on Sunday denied influencing the appointment of Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao officials amid rumors circulating that she has been given a hand in the selection. INTERAKSYON This came as the Moro Islamic Liberation Front(MILF) signed a landmark pact with the government in 2014 to end a separatistinsurgency. The agreement led to the creation of the Bangsamoro, which wasoverwhelmingly approved in a January voting. “I categorically deny this and wish toreiterate that my authority is only within the area of Davao City as mandatedby the Local Government Code,” Sara added.last_img read more

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Student government campaigns announced

first_imgRace to the top · Austin Dunn, Daniel Million and Rachel Udabe began campaigning for the presidency Thursday. There are 13 candidates are running for USG Senate positions. Elections will begin on Feb. 7 – Photos from USG Elections websiteUndergraduate Student Government Vice President Austin Dunn, Rachel Udabe and USG Senator Daniel Million announced their candidacies for USG President Thursday night.The Vice President and Senate campaigns were also officially revealed Thursday. Three presidential tickets and 13 senatorial candidates were announced through the USG Elections Facebook page, USG website and websites for the specific campaigns.Dunn, a junior majoring in political science and pursuing a master’s in public diplomacy, is one of the three candidates running for USG president. His running mate, Morgan Monahan, is a junior majoring in business administration.Dunn served as USG vice president for the 2016-2017 school year. In addition, Dunn previously served as the director of university affairs for USG and was the vice president of the Pre-Law Society. Dunn is also a member of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, and Monahan is a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority.Dunn and Monahan are running on a platform of increased campus security, including sexual assault prevention and active shooter training; improved outreach toward transfer students, spring admits and first-generation students; and partnerships with the Los Angeles Metro. They also plan to move USC in a more environmentally friendly direction by installing solar panels, reducing styrofoam use and increasing recycling and composting on campus.“Morgan and I have a unique presidential ticket going on — we pride ourselves running a campaign on progress and change,” Dunn said. “Due to our extensive experience in the organization, we’re continuing work that has already been done.”The second ticket consists of Udabe, a junior majoring in policy, planning and development and political science, and Rebecca Harbeck, a sophomore majoring in economics and sociology, as her running mate.Udabe is currently a campus tour guide for the Office of Undergraduate Admission, and has previously worked as an orientation advisor. She served as a resident assistant in Birnkrant Residential College during her sophomore year, and interned in the office of U.S. Representative Linda Sanchez in her home district of Eastern Los Angeles County in 2014. Harbeck, meanwhile, is active in the Asian Pacific American Student Assembly, writes for U.S.-China Today at USC’s U.S.-China Institute and is a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law and Alpha Gamma Delta fraternities.“Rebecca and I will bring a new perspective to the table for USG,” Udabe said. “How it’s different from the other candidates is that though they have USG experience, we bring a plethora of USC experience. We believe that with our involvement in the diverse communities at USC, we will meet a lot of the students’ needs not from a top-down perspective, but from a bottom-up perspective.”Udabe and Harbeck’s platform features new initiatives such as a mentorship program between current students and transfers, spring admits and international students; the implementation of USG office hours to make senators more accessible to the student body; and the creation of 24-hour snack options at University dining halls. Udabe and Harbeck are also running on a platform of increased transparency for USG as well as greater collaboration with Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Services to create a comprehensive sexual assault prevention plan.Million, a junior majoring in neuroscience, rounds out the third presidential ticket with Timothy Vorhoff, a sophomore majoring in business who is running for vice president. Million is a first-generation college student whose parents immigrated from Ethiopia, a background that he said inspired him to run for office to help other students who may be facing socioeconomic difficulties. Vorhoff worked as the USG Director of Discretionary Funding this year.“What we’re just trying to do is allow students to have more of an opportunity to have a voice,” Million said. “We want students to vote on things happening in the Undergraduate Student Government. Our campaign, our slogan and everything that we’re standing for is about giving students the opportunity that their voices are heard.”Million and Vorhoff offer a platform that advocates for free printing cards for all students, food trucks on campus each week, extended hours for free Uber, a new fall break and extended Thanksgiving break, menstrual products in campus bathrooms and better recycling and composting programs. The Million-Vorhoff ticket also includes goals for improving disability services, implementing cultural sensitivity training and emphasizing sexual assault prevention training for students.Thirteen candidates are running for 12 USG Senate openings. Tyler Matheson is the only current USG Senator who is running for re-election in the Senate.According to Kat Lee, the associate director of elections for USC, all of the candidates are equipped to run successful campaigns.“We want to make sure that people who are doing good work on this campus represent the organization,” Lee said. “I think the candidates this year demonstrate that.”A Meet the Candidates event will take place Tuesday in TCC 227 at 8 p.m. A town hall-style debate between the candidates, with student-submitted questions, will take place Wednesday in the Wallis Annenberg Hall lobby at 8 p.m.last_img read more

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Major invitation for Bronte Law

first_img2 Mar 2016 Major invitation for Bronte Law English women’s champion Bronte Law is one of six top amateurs who have accepted invitations to the first Major championship of the season. Law – who is ranked fourth in the world – will play in the 2016 ANA Inspiration at Mission Hills Country Club, California, from March 28-April 3. She has previously played in the Ricoh Women’s British Open, finishing 33rd in 2012.  “I’m very excited to be playing in my first major in the US,” said the 20-year-old from Cheshire. “I know that it will be a great learning experience and something that will put me in a good position to further my goals of being on the LPGA. “I will go into the event treating it the same way I play every tournament – and look forward to teeing it up with the very best in the world.” Among the other amateurs to receive invitations is world number one Leona Maguire from Ireland. “We are excited to once again welcome many of the world’s best female amateur golfers to one of the biggest stages in women’s golf,” said Gabe Codding, ANA Inspiration tournament director. “This year’s amateur invitees will follow in the footsteps of players like Lorena Ochoa, Lydia Ko, Yani Tseng and so many others who participated in the LPGA’s first major before turning professional.” Law is a member at Bramhall Golf Club and a student at UCLA in California – and holds a superb amateur record. She has won the English women’s amateur for the past two years and was runner-up in the 2016 South American women’s amateur. She has represented England since she was 14, notably winning a world championship bronze medal in 2014. She played for GB&I in the past two Curtis Cup teams, contributing to the win at Nairn in 2012, and is odds on to play in this year’s match. In addition she’s represented Europe in the Junior Solheim and Ryder Cups and has won four times on the US women’s college circuit. Image © Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

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One Final ‘Thank You for Your Service’

first_imgBy Rick Geffken |As we mourn the passing of former Vietnam prisoner of war and U.S. Sen. John S. McCain, lesser-known heroes are also being put to their final rest. Were it not for the dedication of Jersey Shore members of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA), the cremains of veterans of World War I and subsequent conflicts might still lie unclaimed in our Two River area funeral parlors.The “Forgotten” project was initiated by the New Jersey Shore Area Chapter 12 of VVA. Its mission is “to identify those cremated remains of honorable discharged veterans which have been abandoned and left “on a shelf in a funeral home.” Chapter 12, with almost 400 members, seeks to claim these cremains and provide proper military interment.Startling as it is, “There must be thousands of unclaimed cremains sitting in funeral parlors,” according to Ernie Diorio, Chapter 12 first vice president. Several years ago, members of his group decided to do something about this and began a painstaking and deliberate process of identifying cremains.New Jersey Shore Area Chapter 12 of the Vietnam Veterans of America members Rich Gough (left) and Ernie Diorio. Photo by Rick GeffkenDiorio is especially keen on burying veterans who were denied this honor. He served in the U.S. Army and was a mechanized infantryman stationed at Cu Chi in South Vietnam during that war (as was this writer). Once identified, the former servicemen and women are interred at the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown, New Jersey, the first state-operated veterans’ cemetery, dedicated in 1986.For a variety of reasons – no known next of kin, neglect, death of closest relatives – the cremains of veterans are sometimes, well, forgotten. When Chapter 12 started to identify veteran cremains in 2012, Diorio said, undertakers were skeptical at first. “It took us over a year to get just three funeral parlors to let us help,” he said.Chapter 12 VVA member Richard Gough, from Port Monmouth, served as an inventory management specialist in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam era. “There are almost 120 funeral homes in Monmouth County and anywhere from 50 to 100 unclaimed cremains at each,” he said. “We’re finding that about 20 percent are veterans or their spouse.”The four or five Chapter 12 members actively involved in the project face the continual challenge of convincing funeral parlor directors of their sincerity and ability.One of the first successes the group had was with the Ely Funeral Home. “Director Mike Ely was great,” said Diorio who lives now in Manalapan. “We developed a trust with him and he called one day telling us he had over a hundred cremains at his Neptune funeral home.” The John F. Pfleger Funeral Home in Middletown and Timothy Ryan’s in Toms River have also cooperated.Chapter members carefully placing recently identified cremains of a veteran into a funeral urn. Photo courtesy Tom PhillipsOnce they are allowed to access the containers, Chapter 12 volunteers do the tedious research work, much of it online looking for old records. They’re interested in identifying veterans of any war, not just Vietnam. They chase down leads to any remaining living relatives before presenting the funeral directors with a list of all the cremains identified.One such surviving relative is Audrey Sutton of Keyport. “I was just so thrilled that my brother Don, a Korean War vet, was being honored after all these years,” she said. “I just couldn’t take it in.”While that can take months, there are several important legal steps in the process. For burial in Arneytown, the State of New Jersey requires a death certificate (DC), a cremains document, proof of active military service an honorable discharge document, and proof of New Jersey residency. After Chapter 12 secures these, they contact Arneytown to schedule a burial ceremony. “We try to get 10 to 12 eligible veterans at a time before we can have a proper interment ceremony with military honors,” said Gough. “This makes it easier on the cemetery staff and the dozen or so members of Chapter 12 we muster for the solemn interments.”In 1982 Bob Hopkins of West Allenhurst was a charter member of Chapter 12, the first incorporated in New Jersey. During his time in Vietnam he served as an artillery officer and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds sustained at his fire support base. Hopkins, also the first president of the New Jersey State Council, VVA, describes the common theme of the “Forgotten” endeavor: “(It’s) the emotional connection to the deceased veterans and the desire to see them buried with respect and honor. Funeral parlor operators, veterans’ advocates, legislators (and) directors of state veteran’s agencies – everyone expressed a visceral connection to the deceased.”Diorio (left) and Rich Gough examine boxes of cremains stored in the basement of a funeral parlor. Photo courtesy Tom PhillipsThe veteran volunteers show up for the funeral service attired in jackets and ties and military-style berets.  Many wear their insignia and medals earned during their time in service. Taps, a few prayers, perhaps a word or two from family precede the burials. Tom Phillips, a Holmdel film producer who works in television, created a video featuring clips from a Chapter 12 interment ceremony.Not all cremains rest in fancy urns; some are in simple cardboard boxes. “To keep expenses down, we work with Home Depot in Freehold,” Gough noted. “We volunteer time with them at their Saturday morning kids’ workshops and they donate lumber for urns. The residents of the Covered Bridge retirement community in Manalapan build the urns in their woodshop.”Besides welcome donations to keep this important project going, Chapter 12 hopes that funeral directors reading this article will welcome these volunteers to begin identifying the people who gave so much for the country.The New Jersey Shore Vietnam Veterans working the “Forgotten” project clearly exemplify what the late Sen. McCain once said in a speech to Annapolis graduates: “You will know where your duty lies. You will know.”The New Jersey Shore Area Chapter 12 of the Vietnam Veterans of America can be reached at PO Box #276, Allenhurst, NJ 07711 or via the email: [email protected] tribute video “Forgotten” can be seen here. This article was first published in the August 30-Sept. 6, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

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BUDDING SUPERSTAR UNIQUE BELLA DRILLS FIVE FURLONGS EARLY THURSDAY IN 1:00.20 ‘BREEZING’ FOR HOLLENDORFER IN PREPARATION FOR THE GRADE III SANTA YSABEL STAKES AT SANTA ANITA MARCH 4

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 23, 2016)–Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer’s budding superstar filly Unique Bella was sent out for an impressive five furlong breeze in 1:00.20 “breezing” early Thursday morning as she prepares for what her connections hope will be her fourth consecutive win in the Grade III Santa Ysabel Stakes at 1 1/16 miles on March 4.A 3-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of Tapit, Unique Bella came onto Santa Anita’s main track at 5:30 a.m. and went about her five furlong assignment without a hitch as she seeks to follow-up on a dazzling 8 ¾ length win here going a flat mile in the Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes on Feb. 5–which came on the heels of a 7 ½ length triumph in the Grade II Santa Ynez Stakes at seven furlongs Jan. 8.“She went very easy,” said Dan Ward, assistant to Hollendorfer.  “It was an easy work, like always.  She was nice and smooth and very relaxed.  Edgar (Rodriguez, regular exercise rider) has got her going off slow and coming home fast.  I see her getting more and more relaxed as time goes by.  We had her getting her last eighth in 11 and 4/5s.”Owned by Don Alberto Stable and ridden in all four of her career starts by Mike Smith, Unique Bella, who broke her maiden going 6 ½ furlongs in her second start on Nov. 26 at Del Mar, has won her last three races by a combined 16 ½ lengths and thus has many observers comparing her to her multiple Eclipse Award winning stablemate, Songbird, who lost by a nose to Beholder in an epic running of the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Distaff here on Nov. 4 and was subsequently named America’s Champion 3-year-old Filly.Although long range plans for Unique Bella have not been announced, Hollendorfer said following her win in the Las Virgenes that short range objectives call for her to stay with her gender and run in the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 8 and in the Grade I Kentucky Oaks on May 5.XBTV VIDEO LINK: http://www.xbtv.com/video/workout/unique-bella-worked-5-furlongs-in-100-20-at-santa-anita-park-on-february-23th-2017/last_img read more

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Volkswagen SA opens R500m press shop

first_img18 March 2013Volkswagen Group South Africa officially opened a R500-million state-of-the-art press shop at its manufacturing plant in Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape on Friday.Hubert Waltl, Volkswagen Group SA’s board chairman, said the opening of the press shop “reiterates our commitment to Volkswagen South Africa and South Africa. It also marks the culmination of our investment in enhancing the position of Volkswagen South Africa as one of our key manufacturing plants within the Volkswagen production network.”Volkswagen AG has invested over R5-billion in the modernisation of the Uitenhage plant over the past five years, making it one of the most energy-efficient plants in the southern hemisphere.It is also the first in the world to install a press line that combines wave motion technology with Cobra robotics technology. Wave motion technology, jointly developed by Spanish firm Fagor and German firm Kuka, allows presses to cycle in a wave pattern, unlike conventional press lines in which presses cycle together.The Cobra robot, named for their snake-like striking movement, moves parts through the press process much faster than conventional systems, leading to a 30% reduction in energy consumption.According to the company, the new press shop is currently in “ramp up” phase and will be fully operational in July.Volkswagen’s South African manufacturing plant produces right-hand drive Polo and CrossPolo passenger vehicles for the local and international markets, as well as the Polo Vivo for the South African market only. The Polo Vivo and Polo were South Africa’s best-selling passenger cars in 2012, with 34 873 and 28 667 sales respectively.“Volkswagen Group South Africa ended 2012 as the market leader of the passenger car segment in South Africa for the fourth consecutive year, with total sales of 99 106 units and overall market share of 22.3%,” said Volkswagen Group South Africa MD David Powels.“Polo Vivo and Polo accounted for 14.4% of the South African total passenger car market in 2012. This clearly indicates the significance of these two models, not only to us as Volkswagen but also to the South African passenger car market.”SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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BRICS countries pledge Africa support

first_img26 March 2013Trade ministers from the five BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – pledged increased support for the African continent during the BRICS Business Forum in Durban on Tuesday.Addressing nearly 1 000 businesspeople from the five countries at Durban’s International Convention Centre, Brazil’s Minister of Development Industry and Foreign Trade, Fernando Pimental, said it was important to strengthen commercial ties between BRICS members and to increase trade with African countries.India’s Minister of Commerce, Industry and Textiles, Anand Sharma, said India had made a considered decision to share its information technology capabilities with Africa.Through the Pan African e-Network Project, tele-education and tele-medicine technologies linked key universities and doctors in 47 Africa countries with those in India.Through the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (Itec) programme, India had also provided scholarships to tens of thousands of African students to help them study in India.India would now help to set up 70 higher education institutions in African countries in areas such as agricultural training and IT, Sharma said.South African Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies told the Forum that the BRICS trade ministers had, in their earlier discussions, agreed that they would support regional integration and industrialisation measures between their respective countries.Davies noted that the success of the BRICS partnership would be measured not only in the amount by which trade increased, but also in the partnerships that members were able to develop to support growth in productive capacity.Delegates at the Business Forum were optimistic about the African market.Paritosh Gupta, chief executive of Indian infrastructure company IL&FS, said his firm had been visiting east and southern Africa for five years now in search of rail, mine and roads projects.“Definitely in the next five years, this will be a very happening place, and I think South Africa in a way will be a gateway to eastern Africa,” Gutpa said, adding that South Africa could provide strong legal and financial support.Andrey Makov, of Russian machine-building company UVZ, said there were “a lot of prospects in the development of economic relations between South Africa and Russia in many spheres”, adding that he believed South Africa could play a key role in driving investment in Africa as the “locomotive” of growth.Writing in a special BRICS edition of the magazine “Russia and India”, the vice-president of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Georgy Petrov, pointed out that there were many Russian companies already in South Africa, in areas such as mining and hydrocarbons.“I would say Russian business is returning to Africa, and South Africa is becoming a gateway to the African continent for Russian people,” Petrov wrote.The fifth BRICS summit will be officially opened on Wednesday when South African President Jacob Zuma and his BRIC counterparts meet for formal discussions.Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

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Get Testing: Mozilla Releases Firefox 4 Beta

first_imgRelated Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… mike melanson Tags:#Browsers#news#web center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Word hit the Web this week, via a Mozilla executive posting on a developer list, that Firefox 4 was finally on its way next month. The only thing standing in the way? About 160 “hard blockers”, or significant bugs, that needed to be addressed. A big part of fixing bugs is testing and today Mozilla announced the next major version of Firefox 4 Beta for users to help test. The latest version includes increased performance, start-up time, bookmarking and graphics capabilities. Read on for the details.The next version of Firefox 4, said Mozilla senior director Damon Sicore, “is gonna kick ass” and here’s why, from the Mozilla blog:Firefox 4 Beta is built for the way people use the Web today, offering more control over the browsing experience. It introduces a fresh new look and features like App Tabs and Panorama to make it easier and more efficient to navigate the Web. Firefox 4 Beta also includes performance enhancements to make everything faster from start-up time to page-load speed and the performance of Web applications and games. Firefox Sync is integrated into the browser with Firefox 4 Beta, giving you access to your Awesome Bar history, bookmarks, open tabs and passwords across computers and smartphones.Firefox 4 Beta also enables developers to create fun Web apps and websites. With full support for HTML5 features in Firefox 4 Beta, developers can create new ways for people to enjoy the Web. This includes WebM and HD video, 3D graphic rendering with WebGL, hardware acceleration and the Mozilla Audio API to help create visual experiences for sound. Director of Product Platform Management Chris Blizzard has a full overview of all developer tools in Firefox 4 Beta.Now, if you’re anything like many of us here at ReadWriteWeb, you forgot about Firefox a good six months to a year ago and have fully moved on to Google Chrome. (For me, it’s something about the ultra-simple design – I just can’t pull myself back to anything else.) But that isn’t true for everyone.When you look at the global browser usage stats, it looks like Firefox has remained essentially even-keeled over the past year, while the most movement has been in adoption of Chrome and abandoning of Internet Explorer. 2009 ended with Firefox at around 31% and a year later, Firefox was at 30%. Chrome, in the meantime, went from around 5% to 15% and Internet Explorer (all versions) dropped from around 56% to 47%. Will Firefox 4 change anything? 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Two arrested for Canadian American visitors death in Belize

first_img Related Items:#couplefoundstrangledinBelize, #DrewDeVoursney, #FrancescaMatus, #magneticmedianews Photo Credit: ABC News Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBelize, May 8, 2017 – Corozal – In news from Belize, two people have been detained over the death of an Ontario woman and her boyfriend.   Police officers say their bodies were found Monday evening in a sugar cane field, located in Chen Chen, a village six kilometers outside Corozal.  The development comes one day after autopsy results revealed Francesca Matus, age 52, and 36 year old U.S. citizen Drew DeVoursney, had been strangled.   Police said their bodies were found in a state of decomposition with tape around their right wrists, classing the case as a murder investigation.  The couple had been reported missing since leaving a bar in the coastal town of Corozal on April 25 late at night — one day shy of Matus, who is a mother of two, was scheduled to fly back to Canada.   It is reported that when a friend went to her home in Belize to drive her to the airport, she was nowhere to be found.#MagneticMediaNews#FrancescaMatus#DrewDeVoursney#couplefoundstrangledinBelizelast_img read more

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