first_imgTwitter MUP-RHTwitter MUP-RH In just over a month, more than a million applications from foreign travelers, mostly tourists, were received through the EnterCroatia system. At the end of May The Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Tourism have launched a website EnterCroatia, through which foreigners announced their arrival in Croatia. “In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, special lanes marked by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system have been marked at border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija,” the Ministry of the Interior said on Twitter. Croatian. Important notice‼ ️ In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, at the border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija, special lanes have been marked that can be used by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system 🛣️ 🚗 pic.twitter.com/dSuLpRMFfn- MUP-RH (@mup_rh) July 3th, 2020 Source and photo: twitter MUP-RH A few days ago, the Ministry of the Interior published a notice on its official twitter profile that delighted all those who used the EnterCroatia system:last_img read more

first_img Published on September 16, 2016 at 12:51 am Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds How Syracuse beats USF: The Orange has to figure out a way to stop Mack and Flowers. Last week against now-No. 10 Louisville, SU repeatedly got beat on read-option plays and the Bulls’ offense features similar elements. After the Louisville loss, Babers said Syracuse’s defenders were often in the right spots, they just couldn’t keep up with their opponents’ speed. South Florida isn’t the caliber of UofL, but it will still pose problems. With a likely depleted secondary following injuries to safety Antwan Cordy and cornerback Juwan Dowels, Syracuse’s defense has its back against the wall. How the Orange responds could determine the outcome of the game. Stat to know: 551South Florida is averaging 551 yards of total offense through two games. That’s good for 17th in the country.Player to watch: Marlon Mack, RB, No. 5Mack has the potential to be the most electrifying player on the field on Saturday but that could depend on his status. All signs point to him being full-go, which makes USF even tougher for the Orange. After running circles around the SU defense last year, Mack is the player to keep an eye on throughout the game. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (1-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) enters its Week 3 matchup on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in the Carrier Dome against South Florida (2-0) after a 34-point defeat at the hands of Louisville. The Orange is averaging 30.5 points per game this season, but the Bulls are averaging a whopping 52 points. Here’s everything you need to know about South Florida.All-time series: The Bulls lead the series, 7-2, which dates back to 2005. USF won the first five matchups between the two schools, but Syracuse has won two of the last four. SU won, 13-9, in 2010 and pulled off a thrilling 37-36 win on the road in 2012.Last time they played: South Florida took down the Orange, 45-24, on Oct. 10, 2015. After starting off the year with three wins and a home loss to then-No. 8 LSU, Syracuse’s loss to South Florida was the first indication that SU was headed toward another season without bowl eligibility. Flowers went 15-for-22 through the air for 259 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Marlon Mack torched the Orange defense with two touchdowns and 184 rushing yards on 20 attempts. Ryeshene Bronson had 81 yards on three catches, including a 42-yard touchdown. The South Florida report: Albeit against less talented teams — Towson and Northern Illinois — South Florida’s 104 points in two games is the first thing that stands out about the Bulls. USF has returned nearly all of its key players on both sides of the ball from last season and has gotten off to a hot start in 2016. Mack missed last week’s game due to a concussion but is expected to be near 100 percent. The junior is considered one of, if not the best, running backs in South Florida history.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThrough two games, Flowers is 29-of-51 for 528 passing yards. But what makes him dangerous is his dual-threat abilities. He’s rushed for 99 yards on 20 attempts and has two touchdowns on the ground. Babers said Flowers reminds him of Louisville’s Jackson, who shredded SU’s defense last week.“Exceptional player,” Babers said of Flowers. “Somebody who makes their entire offense go.”On the other side of the ball, cornerback Deatrick Nichols and linebackers Nigel Harris and Auggie Sanchez are the key playmakers to look for. Harris has 11 tackles, 3.5 for loss, as well as a sack and an interception through two games. Sanchez, however, is the defender who Babers had the most praise for this week. He has 20 tackles this year and his 117 last year, tied for second in USF history.“The key to their defense for sure,” Babers said of Sanchez. “The guy that makes most of thoseplays when those plays need to be made.”last_img read more

first_imgWellington Police notes for Wednesday, April 16, 2014:•3:45 a.m. Non-Injury, private property accident in the 200 block N. C, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Dustin M. Helms, 31, Wellington and a fixed object/garage door owned by the city of Wellington.•9:48 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of drills by a known suspect in the 200 block S. Washington, Wellington.•On April 15, 2014 at 10:30 a.m., officers by a known owner took a report of an animal at large in the 1200 block Highland Court, Wellington.•12:50 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1200 block E. 4th, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by John F. Bush, 78, Wellington and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Debra J. Pauly, Viola, Ks.•4:56 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 800 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•8:12 p.m. Officers took a report of animal from a known owner at large in the 1700 block N. A, Wellington.•8:57 p.m. John J. Noyes, 37, Wellington was arrested and confined on a Sumner County warrant for charges of disorderly conduct, criminal threat and battery.last_img read more