Errata February 15, 2006 Errata Errata An editing error in the February 1 Bar News to Brian Burgoon’s platform statement for his out-of-state Bar Board of Governors’ race with Eric Meeks resulted in an ungrammatical sentence. The News regrets the error. The sentence should have read:“I have also served as the Bar’s Disciplinary Review Committee co-chair, Rules Committee vice chair, and Out-of-State Pro Bono Award chair.”
Rescue work continued overnight intoSunday – with 17 people missing. Over 2,500 people were evacuated fromtheir homes. The victims were buried in landslidesor washed away in floods after intense rain on Friday and Saturday. The Brazilian weather service said onSaturday the state capital of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, had 17cm (seveninches) of rain in one 24-hour period – the heaviest rainfall since recordswere first kept 110 years ago.(BBC) Rescuers continue to search for the missing victims of landslides that killed 30 people in Brazil. AFP/GETTY IMAGES BRAZIL – At least 30 people have diedduring severe rainstorms in Minas Gerais state, authorities said.
Source: Supersport “We encourage anyone who has any information to come forward to help the police with their investigation.”The Metropolitan Police said in a statement that officers had attended a report of a burglary at a residential address in NW3 at 7:49 pm on 10 March.“It was reported four men wearing balaclavas, armed with knives, had forced entry to the property and stolen a number of items before leaving.“Nobody was injured. The suspects had left the scene before officers arrived. There have been no arrests and inquiries continue.”Vertonghen is the latest footballer to be targeted by criminals.A house rented by Crystal Palace defender Mamadou Sakho in Wimbledon was burgled in December, while Arsenal players Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac were attacked by carjackers in July last year.Liverpool forward Sadio Mane’s house was burgled while he was playing a Champions League last-16 away tie against Bayern Munich in February last year. Jan Vertonghen’s family was robbed at knifepoint in their London home while the Tottenham Hotspur defender was on Champions League duty against RB Leipzig in Germany on Tuesday night, the BBC reported.The report said police had confirmed that four men wearing balaclavas forced their way into the house while Vertonghen’s wife and children were inside.“We have been supporting Jan and his family through this terribly traumatic time,” the report cited a Tottenham spokesperson as saying. Tags: Jan VertonghenTottenham Hotspur