Vermont Law School,Vermont Law School’s Land Use Clinic and South Royalton Legal Clinic are continuing to help residents to fill out FEMA applications for Tropical Storm Irene-related damage from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday through Friday in the VLS Library. The South Royalton Legal Clinic also will provide civil legal assistance. For more information, call 802.831.1028. Residents should bring their Social Security number, address, contact telephone number, insurance information, total household income, bank routing and account information (if they want FEMA funds directly deposited into their bank account) and a description of losses caused by the disaster. If residents need additional legal advice, VLS volunteers will put them in contact with someone who can assist them. VLS faculty and student-clinicians are available to talk to the media about their relief efforts. VLS 9.6.2011
From March 8th – April 3, 2016, 16 men’s and 10 women’s cricket teams will face each other to determine who will be crowned the world champions of twenty over cricket. The sixth edition of the ICC World Twenty20 is expected to be the biggest and most exciting tournament in the event’s history with teams competing across 8 cities in India, culminating with the Women’s and Men’s final on April 3rd at the iconic Eden Garden’s Stadium in Kolkata.You can stay close to the action by liking the International Cricket Council on Facebook, following @ICC on Instagram, and connecting with the teams, players, publishers and fellow fans on both platforms.Show your Game FaceFor the first time during a World Cup of any sport, fans of all 16 teams across both the women’s and men’s events can add temporary profile picture frames to show support for their favorite teams. Fans can visit their favorite teams’ Pages to discover the frames.LIVE from the WT20Facebook Live will enable fans to get closer to the game than they ever have and enjoy live videos of over 50 post-match press conferences in real-time from the stadium as well as match analysis, reviews, behind the scenes action, player Q&As and more.Celebrate with StickersIn celebration of cricket, Facebook has launched a new sticker pack, Cricket Match-up, featuring popular match moments such as umpire calls, player celebrations and catches and LBWs . The stickers allow fans to express themselves before, during and after matches. The sticker pack is now available for download in the Sticker Store, which can be accessed in the Messenger app or by clicking here.advertisementExperience matches in real-time & let your friends know you’re watching!Fans around the world can join the conversation on Facebook through dedicated prompts in the composer section of their profile.Fans can then tap on posts with the watching tag for a all matches to be directed to a Trending WT20 page, where users will:See up-to-the-minute match scoresSee posts from their friends and people they follow in Friends and GroupsView real-time reactions, photos and videos from news outlets, public figures and people around the worldFollow on InstagramOn Instagram, the ICC and teams have been sharing warm-up match footage and behind-the-scenes content, including Hamilton Masakadza’s (Zimbabwe) pitchside post during a match versus Ireland, Afghanistan fans cheering for their team in a match versus the Netherlands and Chris Gayle (West Indies) training in Dubai.This tournament, the cricketing world will be introduced to 60 #WT20SuperHeroes! The ICC has created exclusive player imagery for some of the top cricketers in the world for their official Instagram account.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Muslim Association of Greece (MAG) is going to step up security at its premises in Athens after receiving a threatening letter last week, its president, Naim Elghandour, told Kathimerini on Tuesday.The letter, written on paper bearing the Golden Dawn symbol but not necessarily sent by the far-right party, warned Muslims to leave Greece or “from July 1 onwards those who are still here will be slaughtered like chickens on the road.”Elghandour said MAG would place CCTV cameras at its headquarters and rely on police to guard outside the building. He said the letter could be a hoax but the language used suggested it was written by an adult.“It is the first time there has been a threat against Muslims and not immigrants,” Elghandour said.