Henry David López is a Guatemalan football forward who plays for Caracas of the Venezuelan Primera División. López began his career in the youth ranks of Municipal, where he played from 2002 to 2009. During the 2010 season he was on the books of Real Maryland F. C.. After a brief stay in the United States, López signed with Brazilian club EC Noroeste. However, visa problems affected his stay in Brazil. On February 21, 2013, López signed on to play for New York Cosmos in the team's inaugural year in the NASL. For the 2015-16 season, López signed with Municipal, he scored 6 goals in his first 13 matches, finishing the season with a stat line of 8 goals in 30 matches, playing 54 minutes per game. López signed with Caracas for the Torneo Clausura of the 2016 Season, his game-winning goal in U-20 World Cup Qualifying against the United States qualified Guatemala to the 2011 U-20 World Cup in Colombia, its first World Cup at any level. He was part of the Guatemala national football team squad for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, played in two matches.
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Tyrone Orville Lund is a Canadian politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, representing the constituency of Rocky Mountain House as a Progressive Conservative until his defeat in 2012. Lund was born on March 1938 in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, he was educated in Rocky Mountain House and Red Deer. Lund is a third-generation farmer on the family farm. Lund was elected to his sixth term representing the constituency of Rocky Mountain House in the 2008 provincial election, where he received 62 per cent of the votes, he is the chair of the Regulatory Secretariat and deputy chair of the Legislative Offices Committee and Select Special Information and Privacy Commissioner Search Committee. He is a member of the Alaska/Alberta Bilateral Council, the Council of State Governments–West: Trade and Transportation, the Standing Committee on Energy. Lund was first elected as a Member of the Legislature in 1989, with 60 per cent of the vote in the constituency. During his past five terms, Lund has held many positions, including five ministerial portfolios.
He was first appointed as Minister of Environmental Protection in 1994, re-appointed in 1997. In 1999, Lund became Minister of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, he was appointed Minister of Infrastructure in 2001. In 2004, he became Minister of Government Services. Lund held that position until April 2006, when he was appointed Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation, which he held until December 2006. Prior to entering provincial politics, Lund was involved in municipal government, he served as a municipal councillor of the Municipal District of Clearwater for nine years, beginning in 1980. For the last four of those years, Lund was reeve, he was a member of the provincial executive of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties from 1987 to 1989. Lund is active in his community, he has been the co-ordinator of the Civil Air Rescue Emergency Services and treasurer of the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church's parish. Lund has been a member of the Rocky Mountain House Agricultural Society, as well as of local chapters of the 4-H Club, the Kinsmen Club and the Rotary Club
Boxing competitions at the 2015 European Games were held from 16 to 27 June 2015 at the Crystal Hall 3 venue in the main Games cluster in Baku. The competition consisted of ten weight events for men, five for women, was contested, as at the Olympic Games, under rules and formats set out by the AIBA. Baku served as the first of two European qualification events for the AIBA World Boxing Championships, itself the largest qualification event for the 2016 Summer Olympics; the finalists, the bronze medalist defeated by the eventual champion achieve one quota place for their country at the World Championships. Nations are limited to one entry per weight division. Azerbaijan will have host nation positions available in each weight category Qualification systems have not been finalised for the men's events, but should use the same format, adopted by the IOC, according to organisers. In the women's events, the EUBC 2014 Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships in Bucharest, Romania will be the official qualification event after which European ranking will be established by 30 June 2014.
If an NOC has more than one athlete in the top 14, the next best ranked. 2 other place per weight category are reserved for'universality' and host nominations. * Host nation
Hans Schaul was a German politician and a long-standing trained Party Newspaper managing-editor. As a younger man he participated on the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War. Schaul was born a few years after the opening of the twentieth century, at Hohensalza, a mid-sized newly industrialised town in the Prussian province of Posen, his father was employed in clerical work. From 1915 he attended a Secondary School in Frankfurt that concentrated on Humanities, he between 1925 and 1928 undertook university level study in Economics and Law at Berlin and Heidelberg. The next three years he spent working as a trainee referendary in the Berlin law courts, it was during this period that in 1929 Hans Schaul married Ruth Rewald. Their daughter, would be born in 1937 and killed in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944. Schaul received his practice certificate in 1932, thereafter worked as a lawyer in Berlin. However, January 1933 saw régime change and government policies in Germany became viciously anti-semitic.
Schaul and his wife were Jewish. From 1933 he was barred from working as a lawyer in Germany and fled to France, at one stage working in Paris as a photographer, it was from France that in 1936 he joined the International Brigades, following which he took part in the Spanish Civil War on the anti-Francoist side. At times he was working in the International Brigade's General Inspectorate with the high-profile Italian Communist Luigi Longo. In 1937 Schaul became a member of the Spanish Communist Party working as an editor on several political newspapers, he returned to France in 1938 and worked for the "Support Committee" for German fighters in the Spanish Civil War. The next year, in 1939 he joined the Communist Party of Germany, the surviving leadership of which had escaped to Paris after Germany became a one-party dictatorship back in 1933. War resumed, involving France and Germany, in September 1939: Schaul was interned at Saint-Jean-de-la-Ruelle near Orléans, he spent the next few years in a succession of internment camps, ending up by 1943 in the camp at Djelfa, a few hundred kilometers to the south of Algiers.
The internment camp at Djelfa contained enemies identified by the collaborationist French government, who were Communists and former Spanish Civil War International Brigade members. In 1943 Schaul became a member of a British Labour Corps in Algeria, following the Anglo-American military invasion of the entire region. In 1944 he was able to travel to the Soviet Union. Here he was employed as an instructor for Japanese prisoners of war, he was employed by Moscow's Administrative Head Office for Prisoners of War, working as an instructor at various "Antifascist Schools", notably "Anti-Fascist School 2041" at Talitsa. War ended in May 1945 and in 1948 the Party Central Committee ordered him back to Germany, where he married Dora Davidsohn. Before this marriage, however, he had obtained a post as the personal assistant to Heinrich Rau, chairman of the influential German Economic Commission in the part of what had been Germany that became, between 1945 and 1949, administered and designated as the Soviet occupation zone.
In October 1949 the Soviet Occupation zone was reinvented as the German Democratic Republic, a Soviet sponsored separate German state with its constitutional arrangements and political power structure modeled on those in the Soviet Union itself. From 1949 he was working for the new country's Ministry for Planning, in 1950 Schaul switched to the National Planning Commission itself. From 1951 till 1956 Hans Schaul worked as a professor at Berlin's Academy for Economics. After that he became chief editor with Einheit, a newspaper of the country's ruling SED, targeted at a readership able and willing to take an interest in "the theory and practice of Scientific Socialism", he kept the editorship till 1972. 1955 Patriotic Order of Merit 1965 Order of Karl Marx 1971 Patriotic Order of Merit 1975 Patriotic Order of Merit Gold clasp
The 1886 Peloponnese earthquake occurred at 23:27 local time on 27 August. It had an estimated magnitude between 6.8 and 7.3 on the moment magnitude scale and a maximum felt intensity of X on the Mercalli intensity scale. It caused extensive damage in Messenia, with the towns of Filiatra and Marathos both affected. Between 326 and 600 people were killed, it was felt over a wide area from the Khedivate of Egypt to Malta and as far away as Bern and Marseille. The western side of the Peloponnese lies close to the convergent boundary between the Aegean Sea Plate and the African Plate. A major NNW-SSE trending thrust fault is mapped off the coast near the location of the 1886 event and displacement on this may have caused the earthquake; the earthquake occurred at about 23:30 local time, although contemporary reports give a range of times. The shaking lasted for between 60 seconds. Intensities of ≥X on the Mercalli scale have been estimated from contemporary reports, with the highest intensity reported from Filiatra and Gargalianoi on the mainland and on the island of Zakynthos.
The aftershock sequence continued for about twelve months with the largest being on 2 March 1887. A small tsunami was observed along the coast from Filiatra to Pylos with minor inundation. An underwater telegraph cable between Zakynthos and Crete was severed about 47 km south of Zakynthos, suggesting that the tsunami may have been caused by an underwater landslide triggered by the earthquake. Smoke and flames were reported out to sea about half an hour after the earthquake by Captain Aquilina of the La Valette; this matches eyewitness accounts from the mainland of flames seen in the direction of the Strofades. Assuming that both observations were of the same phenomenon, it would be located about 150 km offshore; these observations were interpreted as a volcanic eruption, but the lack of any known previous activity combined with its location in the Mediterranean Ridge accretionary complex mean that this explanation is considered unlikely. The accretionary complex is known to have many mud volcanoes and the most cause of the flames is the spontaneous ignition of methane escaping from a mud volcano triggered by the earthquake.
Severe damage was widespread throughout Messenia, with the towns of Filiatra and Ligudista destroyed and Gargalianoi and Messini badly affected. A further 160 villages were either destroyed or damaged. Six other towns and 65 villages suffered significant damage. About 6,000 homes were so damaged as to be 50,000 inhabitants were left homeless. Several bridges were either damaged or destroyed and a 3 km length of train track was damaged near Pyrgos; the number of reported casualties varies from 326 dead and 796 injured, 370 dead and 500+ injured, to 600 dead and an unknown number injured