The West Palm Beach Police department is reporting that an armed robbery suspect was shot and killed after he attempted to rob two people at gunpoint.The incident occurred around 10:48 p.m. Friday, along the 600 block of 37th Street.Authorities say two men were sitting in a parked vehicle when the armed suspect approached them and attempted to rob them.The two men in the vehicle, however, decided to fight back. A struggle ensued and one of the men from the vehicle was able to get ahold of the suspects weapon. The suspect was then fatally shot.Investigators say they are still reviewing the incident. If you have any information about this shooting, you are asked to call West Palm Beach Police at 561-822-1900.
Chelsea and Roma have agreed a deal for central defender Antonio Rudiger, Sky sources understand.Rudiger helped Germany win the Confederations Cup in Russia earlier this month. It is thought the player will take a medical in Los Angeles this week, with the transfer figure potentially rising to Â£34m.The 24-year-old moved to Roma from Stuttgart initially on a season-long loan deal in August 2015 before making the move permanent the following season for 7.6m. He made 40 appearances last season for Roma in all competitions, helping the Italian club to a second-place finish in Serie A behind champions Juventus and automatic qualification for this season’s Champions League.Personal terms still have to be discussed but it appears that Rudiger will become a Chelsea player ahead of the new Premier League season.Chelsea are in need of defensive reinforcements following the departures of Nathan Ake and John Terry to Bournemouth and Aston Villa respectively.Antonio Conte’s Chelsea will open the defence of their domestic league title against Burnley at Stamford Bridge on August 12.Chelsea have not commented on the latest developments.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
“[This scholarship] will make it easier for a few students to afford to come to USC and study real estate,” Green said. “If we could get even one or two students that we otherwise couldn’t get because of cost, that’s a win.” According to Knott, Haddad hopes the discussions will help start a larger conversation regarding climate change, sustainability and the environment between USC and surrounding communities to create change. Andy Kim, a sophomore studying real estate, expressed the importance of sustainability in real estate for himself and for Price. Green said the donation will fund student scholarships and a series of talks on sustainable communities. “One of the public areas of public policy I feel that should be publicized more is actually sustainability,” Kim said. “I’m very happy to hear that [Haddad] is able to give such a generous donation for Price to really talk about sustainability more.” Price Dean Jack Knott and Lusk Center Director Richard Green said the donation will help support faculty hires in the real estate program, which has grown in recent years. Price hopes to hire another senior faculty member in the program and will use the funds to help pay for this person’s research and other expenses. “We now have a large undergraduate major in real estate and a master’s degree in real estate, so we’re hiring additional real estate faculty,” Knott said. “Students are going to be involved in this,” Knott said. “We’re going to hold a series of events that [Haddad] likes to call dialogues, with key stakeholders to change behavior and change policy.” FivePoint donated $1 million to the Price School of Public Policy last week. Emile Haddad, the chairman and CEO of FivePoint, made the donation to encourage more conversation regarding sustainability. A portion of the gift will fund “disruptive dialogues,” which Knott said will focus on innovation within sustainable development. The Price School of Public Policy received a $1 million donation from real estate company FivePoint last week to encourage sustainability discussions. (Daily Trojan file photo) “[Haddad] wants to initiate a set of dialogues between the University and the development community and the government on what these communities would look like, what kind of regulations and zoning we would need to make this happen [and] what kind of mindset and goals private developers should have in order to achieve these kinds of sustainable communities,” Knott said.
A particularly fascinating partnership emerged in the world of esports yesterday with the announcement that JACK & JONES has teamed up with Astralis. The sponsorship will see JACK & JONES design a new jersey for the Danish team, with the ‘first ever performance optimised esports jersey’. There’ll also be a wide range of activation initiatives such as fan hangouts, meets, competitions and a further merchandise collection co-designed by JACK & JONES and Astralis. JACK & JONES also becomes the official clothing partner of Astralis with exclusive rights to communicate and supply clothing that ‘enhances the players’ look and performance’. Henning Nielsen, JACK & JONES stated: “We are truly impressed by Astralis’ professionalism and strong performance, as well as their dedication – those are exactly the values JACK & JONES believe in. Partnering up with Astralis to create and present something new and unique to the esports scene is a natural expansion and continuance of a strong company history within collaborations. “Besides an obvious value match, we share the approach to always strive to be the best within our game, and the creation of a new player’s jersey and performance uniform with the unique requirements in esports is a perfect example of just that.”Jordi Roig, CCO of RFRSH Entertainment noted: “Astralis is all about constantly improving, finding the edge and optimizing their performance through professionalism, dedication, practice and a healthy lifestyle. One of the areas, where esports has yet to develop is the clothing and the gear the teams play and practice in. Like we have done in other areas of performance optimization, we have been looking to find a partner with the expertise and desire to design and produce a new jersey/uniform and training line especially for esports based upon the demands and wishes of the players and we have found that in JACK & JONES. “On top of a shared desire to win, through their position as Europe’s leading producers of menswear and -fashion with a vast range of styles and designs, JACK & JONES is also the perfect match for the Astralis players, who all have very different styles, both in the game and outside.”With this sponsorship, Astralis finds itself alongside the likes of Leicester City FC goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and F1 driver Kevin Magnussen.Nielsen discussed why they decided to make this move now: “The esport industry is experiencing tremendous growth, not only in terms of active players and fan communities, but also as an entertainment product. Therefore, we see a great opportunity to become part of this development.“Esport is expected to reach 500 million fans by 2020 and will thereby outgrow basketball´s 400 mill fans by 2018.”The merchandise collection and the new jersey will be presented at an exclusive fan event in connection with BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen in November 2017. Here, fans will be invited to meet the players and be the first to get the unique shirt, co-designed by JACK & JONES and the Astralis players.Esports Insider says: This is excellent news with JACK & JONES amongst Europe’s leading menswear brands. Moreover, major fashion and clothing brands are something currently few and far between in the wider esports space. This is also great timing ahead of our next ESI Forum, which will have a panel discussing the esports and apparel opportunity on September 28th in London. Click here to find out more.
Air India launches daily direct flight to Australia due to popular demand. For more photos, check out our facebook gallery. Air India’s direct service will operate daily with a 256-seater Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner. Source = ETB News: L.B. The flight had over 60 domestic transfer passengers and more than 40 international transit passengers. Air India has launched its first daily direct flight from Delhi to Sydney and Melbourne after a 22 year break, with the Dreamliner landing at Sydney Airport this morning. The long awaited service is in response to a strong demand for direct services, with 140,000 passengers travelling between Delhi and Sydney last year alone. “India is one of our fastest growing inbound markets, particularly amongst leisure travellers, and with Indian arrivals up nearly eight percent so far this year, the demand is clearly there”, Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said.