Southeast Sulawesi is a province on the island of Sulawesi, forming the southeastern peninsula of that island, together with a number of large offshore islands such as Buton, Muna and Wawonii, with smaller islands. The capital is Kendari, on the east coast of the peninsula; the province has no highway road connecting to the rest of the island, the primary transportation link is a ferry across the Bone Gulf between Watampone in South Sulawesi and the port of Kolaka in Southeast Sulawesi. From the seventeenth century until the early twentieth century, the region was the site of the Buton Sultanate; the two major mountain ranges in Southeast Sulawesi are the Tanggeasinua Range and the Mekongga Range. The major rivers are the Lalinda, the Lasolo, the Sampara; the unrevised population of the province was 1,771,951 in the Indonesia 2000 census, increasing to 2,230,569 for the 2010 decennial census and 2,495,248 for the 2015 Intermediate Census. Kolaka and Konawe Selatan were the three most populous regencies.
The latest official estimate is 2,663,700. Islam is predominant religion. Most of the population is centered on Buton and Muna islands off the south coast of Sulawesi, in and around Kendari. At the 2010 Census, 65.23% of the population followed Islam. The main ethnic groups in Southeast Sulawesi are "Tolaki", "Buton". Southeast Sulawesi is divided into fifteen regencies and two autonomous cities, listed below with their areas and their populations at the 2010 Census, the official estimates for 2018:In 2012-13 the Indonesian Government enacted the creation of 11 new Regencies and Municipalities, including the following in Southeast Sulawesi: Konawe Islands Regency East Kolaka Regency Subsequently on 24 June 2014, the Indonesian Parliament agreed to create three more new regencies: West Muna Regency, South Buton Regency and Central Buton Regency based on consideration of technical, area and geopolitic factors. South Buton Regency Central Buton Regency West Muna Regency Under discussion is a proposal to create an additional municipality of Raha, on Muna Island.
The potential extra municipality, is not separated in the table above. Betoambari Airport, Baubau Haluoleo Airport, South Konawe Matahora Airport, Wakatobi Sangia Nibandera Airport, Kolaka Sugimanuru Airport, West Muna Tomia Airport, Wakatobi Antam Pomalaa, Kolaka Ferry, Kolaka Ferry Batulo, Baubau Ferry Lagasa, Muna Ferry Pure, Muna Ferry Tampo, Muna Ferry Tondasi, West Muna Ferry Wamengkoli, Central Buton Liana Banggai, Central Buton Maligano, Muna Murhum, Baubau Nusantara, Kendari Nusantara Raha, Muna Pangulu Belo, Wakatobi Samudra, Kolaka Simpu, South Buton Transito Talaga Raya, Central Buton Wakatobi National Park Official website
Ryan Jack is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Rangers and the Scotland national team. He began his career at Aberdeen, spending 17 years connected with the club across youth and senior categories and serving as club captain for two years. Jack left Aberdeen in 2017. Jack signed professional terms with Aberdeen in the summer of 2008, having been part of his hometown club's youth academy since the age of eight, he made his first team league debut for the club against Rangers in September 2010 and soon became a regular in the first team. In January 2011 he scored his first goal for Aberdeen against Inverness Caledonian Thistle, voted as the club's Goal of the Season for 2010–11. A week he came on as a substitute in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park, a 4–1 defeat to Celtic. Jack signed a new contract with Aberdeen in October 2011. On 13 December 2011 in a SPL fixture against St Johnstone, he scored a goal from the halfway line to put his team 2–0 up after opposing goalkeeper Peter Enckelman miskicked a clearance.
The match ended 2–1 to Aberdeen, with Jack's winner helping the Dons move up to ninth in the table. In June 2013, Jack signed a three-year deal at Aberdeen, keeping him at the club until 2016, he subsequently played a pivotal role in Aberdeen's season, helping them into the League Cup semi-final, but was injured in January in a league match at Motherwell. and was ruled out for around six weeks, missing the semi-final with St Johnstone. He had returned by the time of the final of the competition, playing all 120 minutes as his club overcame Inverness CT in a penalty shoot-out. Jack did participate in a semi-final during the campaign in the Scottish Cup, again facing St Johnstone, but was on the losing side on that occasion. On 11 January 2015, Jack was named as SPFL Player of the Month for December 2014. Two weeks he missed out on another League Cup final appearance as his team were beaten in the semis by Dundee United. On 20 May 2015, he signed a one-year extension to his contract, keeping him at Aberdeen until the end of the 2016–17 season.
On 24 June 2015, Jack was named captain for the 2015–16 season. After much speculation that he would move on, Jack left Aberdeen in May 2017 when his contract expired, having played 250 times for the Dons, his last game was the 2017 Scottish Cup Final. Jack signed a three-year contract with Scottish Premiership club Rangers on 1 June 2017. Upon signing, the former Aberdeen captain said that he was a huge Rangers fan growing up and that it was an "honour and a privilege" to join the club he supported, he made his debut for Rangers against Luxembourgish side Progrès Niederkorn in the 1st qualifying round of the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League on 29 June 2017, a tie which Rangers lost 2–1 on aggregate after losing 2–0 away from home. On Rangers' first visit to Aberdeen since his move, Jack started the game but was sent off in the second half for a bad tackle, although his team won the match 2–1, it was the fourth red card in the 2017–18 season. In January 2018, Rangers confirmed that Jack required surgery on a knee injury sustained in a match the previous month, ruling him out of action for some time.
Jack signed a new contract with Rangers in December 2018, due to run until the end of the 2020–21 season. On 29 December, he scored his first Rangers goal in the Old Firm derby against Celtic, a match which Rangers won 1–0. In October 2019 he signed a new four-year contract with the club. Jack has represented Scotland at under-17, under-19 and under-21 level, he is on the top ten list for appearances at this level. In May 2013, he received a call-up to the full Scotland squad for the game against Croatia. Jack made his full Scotland debut in a friendly against the Netherlands in November 2017, by which time he had moved from formative club Aberdeen to Rangers; the match happened to take place in Aberdeen, in the opening stages he was booed whenever he touched the ball by some of the crowd, due to the rivalry between those clubs and the ill-feeling his transfer had stirred. Jack made his first competitive start for Scotland in November 2019, forming a midfield partnership with Callum McGregor; as of 15 December 2019 AberdeenScottish League Cup: 2013–14 SPFL Player of the Month: December 2014 Ryan Jack at Soccerbase Profile and stats at AFC Heritage Trust
"Club Rocker" is a song recorded by Romanian singer Inna featuring American rapper Flo Rida for her second studio album, I Am the Club Rocker. The song was released on 30 May 2011, it was produced by Play & Win members Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan. "Club Rocker" is a techno–influenced electropop song, with its lyrics revolving around celebrating and partying. The recording samples "Bass Atitude" by French disc jockey Seight; the track was positively received, with music critics praising its catchiness and commercial appeal. In October 2014, "Club Rocker" was involved in a copyright infringement lawsuit, with Spanish singer Robert Ramirez Carrasco accusing Play & Win of plagiarism. To promote the recording, an accompanying music video was shot by Alex Herron and uploaded onto Inna's YouTube channel on 26 June 2011 to positive response, it was nominated in the "Best Video" category at the 2012 Romanian Music Awards. The clip portrays Inna at an auto service taking part in a rally race.
She further promoted the recording through live performances, including at the NRJ Music Tour and Starfloor in 2011, while appearing on several radio stations. Commercially, "Club Rocker" reached number four in Lebanon and peaked within the top 30 in multiple countries. "Club Rocker" was digitally released on 30 May 2011 by Roton as the second single from Inna's second studio album I Am the Club Rocker. While the single release features the vocal collaboration of American rapper Flo Rida, a solo version was made available. An accompanying cover artwork was shot by Edward Aninaru, who called the session "a real deployment of forces"; the track was written and produced by Romanian trio Play & Win members Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan, samples French disc jockey Seight's "Bass Attitude"."Club Rocker" is an electropop song with "twisted techno riffs" and a "show–off production". Lyrically, the track speaks about partying. Jonathan Hamard from Pure Charts saw the recording as "much less stubborn" than her previous "Hot", "Amazing" and "Sun Is Up".
In another article, the same editor compared "Club Rocker" to "the electro vein" of "Hot", but called it "more electric". Jérémy B. of French website Melty wrote: "Definitely a sound for clubs." "Club Rocker" was involved in a copyright infringement lawsuit in October 2014, with Spanish singer Robert Ramirez Carrasco accusing its composers, Play & Win, of copying the key accords of his song "A Minute of Life". He claimed that he lost critical contacts and had suffered of depression as a result, further wanting representatives of the Uniunea Compozitorilor și Muzicologilor din România to analyze the two recordings. Both composers Ionel Tudor and Horia Moculescu found major similarities. After failing to reach an agreement, Ramirez demanded a reported €227–300,000 in damages at the Tribunalul București. Inna's manager, Ștefan Lucian, negated the accusations: "The musical theme is not only used in several Play & Win songs, but in other international records. Robert can not say he had copyright on this side."
The singer itself said: "Certainly the truth will be proven in court". In May 2018, after nearly four years, the court found Play & Win not liable of plagiarism and demanded fines of 91,000 lei from Ramirez. Music critics gave positive reviews of the recording. An editor writing for German radio station BB Radio commended "Club Rocker" as a highlight on I Am the Club Rocker. Jon O'Brien from AllMusic positively noticed that the song deviated from the formulaic production on the album, but criticized Flo Rida's vocals as "phoned–in". An editor from Direct Lyrics praised the track's catchiness and energy, although "not as good as her previous stuff". Kevin Apaza from the same website was positive towards "Club Rocker" and foresaw its commercial success, but likened the line: "She's moving like oh, oh oh" to "Who's That Chick?" by French disc jockey David Guetta and Barbadian singer Rihanna. Similar praise was outspoken by website Meltly: "Certainly, Inna will be the major artist of the summer and will crack the most delusional revelers."
Based on the recording's success, Libertatea called Inna a "spokesman" of Romania. Pro FM listed "Club Rocker" in their list of "16 hits with which Inna made history". Commercially, "Club Rocker" experienced moderate success on record charts, it excelled on both club and sales rankings in France debuting at number 53 on the country's SNEP chart. After several weeks of moving up and down, the song climbed 67–32, reaching its peak position. On the Romanian Top 100, the recording opened at number 43 in July 2011 as that week's highest new entry, it peaked at number 42 the following edition, remaining her lowest–charting single in the country until the release of "Caliente". In early 2012, "Club Rocker" peaked at number 64 in Switzerland, while opening at position 14 in Austria; this remains Inna's highest–peaking and debuting single in the country, while the highest opening for an Eastern European artist. In Germany, the track became the singer's fifth entry and reached number 55. "Club Rocker" further peaked within the top five in Lebanon, the top 20 in Slovakia and the Polish Dance Top 50.
An accompanying music video for "Club Rocker" was shot by Alex Herron — with whom the singer had collaborated for her "Sun Is Up" visual — during the span of three days in Brașov and Bucharest, Romania. Maz Makhani acted as the director of photography. A special casting call for a r
Kelli Berglund is an American actress. She is known for portraying Bree Davenport in the Disney XD series Lab Rats, its spinoff Lab Rats: Elite Force. In 2014 she starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie How to Build a Better Boy, where she portrays Mae Hartley. Berglund starred as Carly Carson in the 2019 Starz television drama series Now Apocalypse, she has played the lead in two sports-themed films set in Australia, 2016's Raising the Bar and 2018's Going for Gold. Berglund began her career at a young age as a series regular on TLC's Hip Hop Harry. TV appearances include Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, America's Next Producer. Berglund appeared in the indie film, Bye Bye Benjamin, her commercial credits include campaigns for Old Navy, Bratz, McDonald's and Mattel, among others. She has appeared in print and modeling campaigns for Reebok and the Camarillo Academy of Performing Arts. Berglund has been honored with many awards in dance for her lyrical jazz. Though she is versatile in these types of dance, her favorite style is contemporary — a blend of ballet and jazz.
From 2012 to 2016, Berglund starred as Bree, an overly outgoing, bionic super-human with super speed, in the Disney XD live-action comedy series Lab Rats alongside co-stars Tyrel Jackson Williams, Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman. She continued to play Bree on Lab Rats' 2016 spinoff series Lab Rats: Elite Force. In 2013, Berglund guest starred on the Disney XD series Kickin' It, where she played karate prodigy Sloane Jennings. In this episode, her character sings "Had Me @ Hello" as a duet with Kim Crawford, played by Olivia Holt. In mid-2013, Berglund began work on the 2013 Disney Channel Original Movie, How to Build a Better Boy, in which she stars as Mae Hartley, a tech-savvy young woman who along with her best friend, devises a plan to create the perfect boyfriend, she sings "Something Real" with China Anne McClain, released on July 29, 2014. In 2016, Berglund co-starred in the NBC television film, Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, playing the role of Willadeene Parton, Dolly Parton's older sister.
The same year, she starred in the film Raising the Bar, in which she plays a former gymnast who gets back into the sport after relocating to Australia. In 2018, Berglund starred in Going for a film about cheerleading, set in Adelaide, Australia. In June 2018, Berglund was cast in the starring role of Carly in the 2019 Starz television series Now Apocalypse. In 2019, Berglund was cast in the recurring role of Olivia in the fourth season of the drama television series Animal Kingdom. Berglund will appear next in the upcoming direct-to-video film Hubie Halloween. Berglund was born and raised in Moorpark, where she continues to live with her parents and Michelle Berglund, younger sister, Kirra, she is a graduate of Moorpark High School's independent study program. In her spare time, she enjoys photography. Kelli Berglund on IMDb Kelli Berglund on Twitter
Claus Karl Schilling recorded as Klaus Schilling, was a German tropical medicine specialist who participated in the Nazi human experiments at the Dachau concentration camp during World War II. Though never a member of the Nazi Party and a recognized researcher before the war, Schilling became notorious as a consequence of his unethical and inhumane participation in human research under both Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. From 1942 to 1945, Schilling's research of malaria and attempts at fighting it using synthetic drugs resulted in over a thousand cases of human experimentation on camp prisoners. Sentenced to death by hanging after the fall of Hitler's Germany, he was executed for his crimes against the Dachau prisoners in 1946. Born in Munich on 5 July 1871, Schilling studied medicine in his native city, receiving a doctor's degree there in 1895, he was a professor of parasitology at the University of Berlin and a member of Malaria Commission of the League of Nations. Within a few years, Schilling was practicing in the German colonial possessions in Africa.
Recognized for his contributions in the field of tropical medicine, he was appointed the first-ever director of the tropical medicine division of the Robert Koch Institute in 1905, where he would remain for the subsequent three decades. Upon retirement from the Robert Koch Institute in 1936, Schilling moved to Benito Mussolini's Fascist Italy, where he was given the opportunity to conduct immunization experiments on inmates of the psychiatric asylums of Volterra and San Niccolò di Siena; as Schilling stressed the significance of the research for German interests, the Nazi government of Germany supported him with a financial grant for his Italian experimentation. Schilling returned to Germany after a meeting with Leonardo Conti, the Nazis' Health Chief, in 1941, by early 1942 he was provided with a special malaria research station at Dachau's concentration camp by Heinrich Himmler, the leader of the SS. Despite negative assessments from colleagues, Schilling would remain in charge of the malaria station for the duration of the war.
Although in the 1930s Schilling had stressed the point that malaria research on human subjects could be performed in an harmless fashion, the Dachau subjects included prisoners who were injected with synthetic drugs at doses ranging from high to lethal. They had been exposed to malaria mosquitos in cages strapped to their hands or arms so as to ensure infection with the parasite. Of the more than 1,000 prisoners used in the malaria experiments at Dachau during the war, between 300 and 400 died as a result. A number of priests imprisoned by the Nazis were killed during the experiments. In the course of the Dachau Trials following the liberation of the camp at the close of the war, Schilling was tried by a U. S. General Military Court, appointed at 2 November 1945, in the case of The United States versus Martin Gottfried Weiss, Wilhelm Rupert, et al; the defendants, 40 doctors and staff, were charged and convicted of offenses of the violations of laws and usages of war in that they acted in pursuance of a common design, did encourage, aid and participate in the subjection of Allied nationals and prisoners of war to cruelties and mistreatments at Dachau Concentration Camp and its subcamps.
According to the August H. Vieweg testimony, the patients used in the malaria experiments were Poles and Yugoslavs. At that time there was no formal code of ethics in medical research to which the judges could hold the accused Nazi doctors accountable; the "scientific experiments" exposed during the trials lead to the Nuremberg Code, developed in 1949 as a ten-point code of human experimentation ethics. The tribunal sentenced Schilling to death by hanging on 13 December 1945, his execution took place at Landsberg Prison in Landsberg am Lech on 28 May 1946. The execution was filmed by military personnel, who recorded Schilling's ascending the gallows and his hanging, along with a coffin marked "Dr Schilling, Claus." Works by or about Claus Schilling at Internet Archive Schilling execution
"We Got That Cool" is a song co-recorded and written by Belgian DJ Yves V featuring Dutch DJ/producer Afrojack and Swedish duo Icona Pop. The song samples the "Strip to the Bone" remix of Crystal Waters' 1991 single "Gypsy Woman". In the United States, the single reached number four on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart in November 2019. Digital download and stream "We Got That Cool" – 3:33Remixes "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" "We Got That Cool" Official video at YouTube