Eric Clapton is releasing a double live album Live In San Diego (with Special Guest JJ Cale) next week. Leading up to the release, the guitar-shredding songwriter has released a video with pro-shot footage from the concert, which took place on March 15, 2007 at San Diego’s Ipayone Center.The video features top-shelf guitarists Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II, and drummer Steve Jordan on an incredible version of the Clapton original, “Tell The Truth”. The concert also featured special guest performances from J. J. Cale and Robert Cray. The live album will be released in full next Friday, September 30th.Watch the video below:[H/T Jambase]
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the winners of Round 6 of its Grand Challenges Explorations initiative. Daniel G. Kavanagh, a member of the faculty at the Ragon Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Harvard, is one of 88 recipients of these $100,000 grants, which fund research to benefit global health and development.Grand Challenges Explorations funds scientists and researchers worldwide to explore ideas that can break the mold in how we solve persistent global health and development challenges.To receive funding, Kavanagh and other winners demonstrated in a two-page online application a bold idea in one of five critical global heath and development topic areas: polio eradication, HIV, sanitation, family health technologies, and mobile health. The project supported by this award — “Identification of Candidate Markers of HIV Latency” — will develop new methods to detect and characterize rare cells that are latently infected with HIV in patients on antiretroviral drug treatment.
Super Eagles legend Finidi George insists Nigeria should be not be afraid of any opposition that comes her way ahead of today’s draws for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Africa qualifiers slated for Egypt.Advertisement Speaking on Lagos-based Brlia FM, the former Eagles star noted that Nigeria shouldn’t not be talking about countries to avoid or meet, but should concentrate on having a mentality to win every game that comes along during the qualifying campaign.Finidi George“We are the giant of Africa and I think we should not be scared at this point in time to face any country. Read Also: Victor Moses lands in Milan for Inter medical“Nigeria as a country should not be complaining about the 40 countries in the draws. If we do our homework very well, we should be thinking about winning every game. That should be the mentality,” the former UEFA Champions League winner summed up.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBehind-The-Scenes Selfies From 10 Popular MoviesEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them
The Liberian Senate is requesting President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as head of the National Ebola Task Force, to make report to the Senate on how the amount of US$5 million approved for the fight of Ebola was expended.The Senators’ decision taken Tuesday, September 23, during plenary was prompted by a communication from their colleagues, Senators Nyonblee Kangar-Lawrence, Sando Dazoe Johnson and Geraldine Doe-Sherif, requesting for an expenditure report on US$5 million approved two months ago used by the National Ebola Task Force, to help contain the Ebola epidemic.In proffering the motion for the Senate’s action, Bong County Senator Henry Yallah asked his colleagues’ communication be accepted and recommendations therein be adopted, “and that this plenary requests a report from the President as the head of the Ebola Task Force who requested for the money that was approved by this Senate, of the expenditure of US$5 million by next sitting on Tuesday and that copies be made available to all Senators.”Earlier before the unanimous vote, the Senators went into debate that lasted for well over three hours, with each Senator giving supporting reasons why the report was needed now.Maryland County Senator John Ballout, one of the Senators who supported the need for a report and audit, regretted that since the approval of the amount, the situation on containing the disease continues to deteriorate.“We have to step up to the plate and take charge. Audit is not an attempt to fight the Executive, but rather it will help build confidence among the people who are starting to question the Task Force’s seeming lack of accountability; in fact our power has no limitation in asking for report,” Senator Ballout, who Chairs the Senate Committee on Public Works, asserted.Nimba County Senator Thomas Grupee put up a stiff fight, recalling a portion of President Sirleaf’s letter to the Senate in which she promised the lawmakers that a comprehensive audit would be conducted at the end the process.He described it as unfair, his colleagues’ communication that is now requesting an expenditure report from the Ebola Task Force, an argument supported by outgoing Grand Gedeh County Senator Isaac Nyenabo, who, too, believe that it was unfair to ask for a report in the middle of the process.Gbarpolu County Senator Armah Zulu Jallah recalled that during a recent Legislative leadership meeting with the President, she promised to send the report in question to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and not the Senate.Senators, who confirmed that the President has already sent report on US$5 million to the House of Representatives, enquired from Senate Pro Tempore Gbehzohngar Findley whether he was in possession of same report he answered: “I have not received any report on the US$5 million, nor the Senate.”Senator Yallah, before proffering his motion, reminded his colleagues that his county, Bong is one of the hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic, disclosing that a town in Bong County has recently reported 13 deaths from Ebola. “We must learn from our past mistake and ensure that we don’t release a dime if the Executive fails to report on the US$5 million.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
1 Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has revealed midfielder Adlene Guedioura still has a future at Selhurst Park, despite being sent out on loan to Watford.As talkSPORT told you yesterday, the Algerian international will link-up with the Hornets until January to gain much-needed first-team football, but he is likely to return to the Eagles immediately after the deal expires.Guedioura has made four appearances for Palace in the Premier League this season but has struggled to consistently force his way into Warnock’s plans.However, the Eagles manager believes Guedioura could step up and fill the void left by midfield powerhouse Mile Jedinak next year – who is likely to miss up to four matches because of his Asia Cup commitments with Australia.Warnock said: “He [Guedioura] needed topping up really with some games and we can get him back in for the Christmas period if we want to.“But I just felt that with the people that are going away in January, we need to make sure people are ready to step straight in fitness-wise from January 1. I think Jedinak will be away almost straight away next year.” Adlene Guedioura