News June 30, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 The trial of the two policemen accused of beating Mohammed Khaled Said began RSF_en Help by sharing this information Organisation The trial of Mahmoud Salah Mahmoud and Awad Ismael Soliman, two policemen accused of beating the young netizen Mohammed Khaled Said to death in June 2010, began before a court in Alexandria but was postponed until 24 September (at a time when elections were scheduled) to allow a review of the forensic evidence. Judge Moussa Al-Nahrawi announced: “The court has asked a medical panel to compare the two autopsy reports. In the meantime, the defendants will remain in detention.” According to the original autopsy, Said died of a drug overdose. A subsequent one said he was beaten to death.A 28-year-old human rights activist, Said died outside an Internet café in Alexandria on 6 June 2010. The Internet café owner said he was beaten to death in the street after being arrested inside the café by two plain-clothes policemen. According to his family and local human rights organisations, he was killed after posting a video online that showed police sharing the profits from a drug deal.
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– Advertisement – Werner traded RB Leipzig for Chelsea in a £53m deal in the summer, while his Germany colleague Havertz joined Frank Lampard’s side in a £70m transfer from Bayer Leverkusen.The 24-year-old Werner has settled in at Chelsea the faster, with four goals to his name already, but insisted that his close friend Havertz has the capacity to dominate the English game.“I know Kai very well and I think he is one of the most talented players in the whole world,” said Werner. “He is a young boy, only 21 and he can learn a lot but can already play like a very, very old and wise player. I think up and until now he feels very well here. A bit like me, we have talked a lot about settling in and he feels he is very happy to be here. Asked if he now feels at home at Chelsea, Werner said: “Of course. At the beginning always when you come to a new country, a new league, to come to a different style of football it’s always something different.“Now I think I’m here in the league – I know how to play, I know what ways are better for my game, better for my team, better for my team-mates.“I feel really comfortable now and I hope it will go on like this. I think every team that plays in the Champions League or the Europa League play on Saturday, Wednesday, Saturday, and it’s difficult. But I think we have a big squad, a really big squad of good players.“That’s not normal. We have so many players, and so many good players. We have to have the goal to come very far in this competition.”Lampard praises ‘complete’ Mendy ahead of Rennes reunion – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Frank Lampard has heaped praise on “low maintenance” and “very complete” Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy as he prepares to face his former club Rennes in the Champions League on Wednesday.He said: “When we looked to sign him, we obviously made enquiries. Petr Cech was heavily involved – I think that’s pretty common knowledge.“All the feedback was that he had a great personality and was a strong personality in the dressing room. Everything I heard, all those positives, have come through.“He’s very low maintenance, he works hard, is eager to engage with his teammates and myself. He’s got a smile on his face and has played well.“When I say low maintenance, I’m not trying to compare to other players. A lot of that is feedback I get from the coaches, and I’ve had that feedback with the other ‘keepers.” Chelsea will entertain Rennes in Wednesday’s Champions League clash at Stamford Bridge, with Werner confident he has already adapted to the English game.And having had time to assess Chelsea’s new-look squad, Werner believes the Blues boast an abnormal amount of talent – leaving him even more confident about their chances of major silverware.Werner arrived at Chelsea insisting he had moved to London to win the biggest titles, and sees no reason to temper that ambition, having found his feet in London. Speaking on The Football Show, former RB Leipzig head coach and sporting director Ralf Rangnick believes Chelsea have secured a significant signing this summer, paying Kai Havertz the highest compliment Timo Werner has hailed compatriot and Chelsea team-mate Kai Havertz as one of the world’s most talented players.Striker Werner believes Havertz already boasts wisdom beyond his 21 years, backing the Blues playmaker to improve rapidly as he settles into life in England.- Advertisement – 2:52 Image:Werner and Havertz are also team-mates at international level “In a lot of games he has shown what he can do, what he can bring to the team. For Kai it is very important to score, but I think what you can see in his game he is a lot more than scoring goals as a midfield player.“He plays a lot of key passes, makes a lot of movement for other players. He is very talented and feels good.“He will get better and better, like me he has come to a new country, language and style of football and has to learn. But until now he plays very good and we will see a lot more good games from him.” 1:19 1:57 FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Chelsea’s win against Burnley in the Premier League Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard praises new goalkeeper Edouard Mendy after keeping four clean sheets in his last four games.
Equal number of trips of foreign ships for cruises Out of a total of 677 cruises, most trips were realized in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County (55,7%) and the Split-Dalmatia County (25,3%), which is a total of 81,0%. The remaining 19,0% of trips were made to the following counties: Zadar (6,3%), Istria (5,6%), Šibenik-Knin (5,0%) and Primorje-Gorski Kotar (2,1%). Source: CBS The most visited seaports are Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in November 2018 was 4, which is an increase of 938% compared to November 2017. In the period from January to November 2018, 75 foreign cruise ships entered Croatian seaports, out of 677 cruises. There were 1,0 million passengers on these ships, who stayed in Croatia for 1 days. In the period from January to November 2018, foreign cruise ships realized the same number of voyages as in the same period of 2017. In the mentioned period of 2018, the number of passengers on these ships increased by 9,1%, while the total number of stays decreased by 6,5% compared to the same period in 2017 Najznatniji međunarodni putnički promet ostvaren je sa zračnim lukama Njemačke, 96 tisuća putnika, što je porast od 21,1% u odnosu na istorazdoblje prošle godine. Najveći promet putnika ostvarila je zračna luka Zagreb s 232 tisuće putnika (porast od 4,4% u odnosu na studeni 2017.), slijedi zračna lukaSplit s 53 tisuće putnika (porast od 41,8% u odnosu na studeni 2017.) i zračna luka Dubrovnik s 26 tisuća putnika (pad od 22,0% u odnosu na studeni 2017.). The port of Dubrovnik (506 visits) had the most visits of foreign cruise ships, followed by the ports of Split (242 visits) and Zadar (117 visits). Source: CBS Equal number of trips of foreign ships for cruises U studenome 2018. hrvatske zračne luke zabilježile su 320 tisuća putnika ili 5,3% više nego u istome mjesecu prošle godine, prema podacima Državnog zavoda za statistiku ( DZS ).
Eagles manager Pulis has confirmed 18-year-old academy graduate Kaikai is in contention to make the squad for Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Norwich. The former Stoke boss has already identified two more Palace youngsters he believes boast rich potential. Press Association But Pulis has warned Palace’s reputation for developing their own young stars will not force him to compromise his own high standards. He said: “Just because Palace have got a fantastic reputation for developing players it doesn’t mean players just step into the team. “Those players have to prove they are good enough. “We had a young lad who scored a hat-trick in the under-21s and he will be coming to Norwich. “I’m hoping there will be two or three of those. “(Ryan) Shawcross was captain at 19 years of age at Stoke, we had Asmir Begovic at 20, Marc Wilson at 20, Steven N’Zonzi and Ryan Shotton – they were all young players who came through. “But the big thing was they were good enough to play in the team.” Born in London to Sierra Leonean parents, Kaikai joined Crystal Palace aged 15. Kaikai won the League Football Education goal of the season award in 2012-13 for his solo goal against Liverpool during a 3-3 draw in August 2012. Palace bosses will hope he can follow in the footsteps of club products like Manchester United forward Wilfried Zaha and Southampton’s Nathaniel Clyne. Meanwhile, Palace boss Pulis has put frustrations around Yannick Bolasie’s three-game ban to bed. The midfielder was given a straight red card for his tackle on Jake Livermore in Palace’s 1-0 victory at Hull last weekend. Palace appealed the decision, but the Football Association upheld the sanction. Pulis confirmed he spoke to referees’ boss and head of the Professional Game Match Officials Board Mike Riley on Monday. He said: “I spoke to Mike: he must have been waiting for my phone call on Monday. “I just had a chat with him about it, and he was very open and honest. “Looking at it there’s no way in a million years he was going in to harm a player, but it would have been deemed to be reckless. “And that’s how things go these days ultimately.” Teenage prospect Sullay Kaikai can inspire a new batch of home-grown talent to break through at Crystal Palace, according to Tony Pulis, if the young striker proves he is good enough.