By Yolima Dussán/Diálogo August 18, 2020 The Colombian Military Forces’ General Command (CGFM, in Spanish) reported the seizure of war material and the destruction of illicit drug labs and illegal mining units, all property of the National Liberation Army (ELN, in Spanish) guerrilla group, in three Colombian departments, between July 13-23.Troops of the Colombian Army’s 10th Brigade display part of the war material seized from the ELN on July 23. (Photo: Colombian Army)The Colombian Army found 33 60-millimeter anti-tank grenades and nearly 1,200 launchers on July 23 in Maicao municipality, La Guajira department, CGFM said in a statement.“Thanks to information from our community, and after the results of intelligence work, we were able to detect and locate this illegal arsenal, which helped us anticipate the ELN’s terrorist actions against the Public Force and the civilian population of La Guajira,” Colombian Army Colonel Enrique Alonso Álvarez Hernández, commander of the 10th Armored Brigade, told the press.In another operation coordinated between the Air Force and the National Police, CGFM reported on July 19 in Chocó, the seizure of eight mining production units on the banks of the Quito and Tadó Rivers that belonged to the ELN’s Che Guevara front. On site, authorities destroyed five dredgers, three excavators, and an engine — all equipment used in the illegal exploitation of mining sites, CGFM added.In the southermost region of the country, in Samaniego municipality, Nariño department, units of the Army’s 3rd Division dealt another blow to the insurgent group on July 13, when units of the 23rd Brigade found and destroyed an ELN lab, including 12 rustic facilities for processing cocaine hydrochloride. The lab could produce around 3 tons of drugs per week, CGFM reported.
33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThe property was launched to the market last weekend and already there had been a solid response with 15 groups through at the first open inspection.Ms Mahoney said those who had seen it really liked the aspect and green space around the house and the fact it has good street appeal.“It’s a very clever design,’’ she said. “It sits beautifully in the landscape.’’Ms Mahoney said the four-bedroom home stood out because it was a little bit different to other homes now on the market. The contemporary looking house has spotted gum flooring throughout and includes top-of-the- range airconditioning.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaIT STARTED out life as a display home, so nothing was left to chance when this home at 33 Zoe Court, Mount Louisa, was built.Marketing agent Julie Mahoney of Ray White said the current owners bought it only four years ago, so it was still like new and because it had been built as a display home all the top-end fixtures and fittings were included. 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThe living and dining area are open plan with high ceilings and there is a study nook in this area.The living areas flow out onto the deck. A media room is at the front of the house and can be used as a fourth bedroom.A separate powder room can be found close to the living and entertainment area and there are oversized windows used throughout the home which allow for the delightfully vast views.The property has secure double car accommodation which has an automatic garage door. 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThere are views from the main bedroom with green space views from the bed and the ensuite has a bath and separate shower.Ms Mahoney described the home on 978sq m as the “best of the best’’.The house is due for auction on Tuesday, July 3, at 6pm.A large timber deck has glass balustrading and a sink and offers mountain views and yard.In the kitchen there are black granite benchtops, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and mirrored splashback.
Coach of the national football team of BiH Mehmed Baždarević, together with other members of the Technical Department of the Football Federation of BiH and his associates, organizes a one-day gathering of 29 players from clubs competing in the BHT Premier League on April 5 in the Training Center Zenica. They will undergo certain tests and paly a control match. All invited players are candidates for the A team.Director of the Technical Department Denijal Pirić presented the plan of the gathering:“We have planned a one-day gathering after the matches in the 23rd round and the muster is scheduled on Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. We will start with testing at 10 a.m. already. At 3:30 p.m., the candidates divided into two teams will playy a control match. After that, they return to their everyday activities. In addition to these activities, on April 6 we will organize one workshop. Participants will be heads of coaching staffs in the BHT Premier League and coaches of all male national teams.Coach Baždarević and his coaching staff will prepare presentations on the “Contemporary methodology of work in physical preparation of a player” and “Preparing a team for a match”. We expect all attendees to actively participate in the discussion and share opinions about the topics,” Pirić said.Among the invited players are some former national team players as well, including Adnan Zahirović and Miroslav Stevanović. They are both playing for FC Željezničar now. Five more players from this club have been invited: Vedran Kjosevski, Srđan Stanić, Nermin Zolotić, Aleksandar Kosorić and Kerim Memija.Four players have been invited from the FC Sarajevo. One of them, Haris Duljević, already played in the friendly match with Switzerland.List of invited players is available here.(Source: nap.ba)