Twitter 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:
The new embassy is further away from the centre now. On the seventh of August 1998, hundreds of people were killed in simultaneous truck bomb explosions at the U.S. Embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. The attack brought al-Qaeda to the international stage for the first time. President Obama says it’s, quote, ‘wondeful to be back in Kenya’. But as we mentioned he also took a moment to reflect on recent violence in Kenya’s modern history – specifically honouring the victims of the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Nairobi. Obama laid a wreath to the victims. The site of the attack in central Nairbi is now a memorial park.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (Reuters) – South Africa seamer Dale Steyn grabbed his first Test wicket after an injury absence of 14 months, as the hosts fought back against a fired-up India on an enthralling first day of cut-and-thrust cricket in the opening Test at Newlands yesterday.Steyn took his career tally to 418 wickets, three behind South African record-holder Shaun Pollock, as India were reduced to 28 for three at the close, having bowled out the hosts for 286 on a spicy wicket offering bounce and some sideways movement.Cheteshwar Pujara (five) and Rohit Sharma (zero) will resume on the second day as the tourists, who trail by 258, seek an answer to the venom in the pitch and the home seam attack.Steyn, who had missed the last 15 tests with a career-threatening shoulder injury, caught and bowled dangerous opener Shikhar Dhawan for 16 with a quick bouncer that suggested he had lost none of his pace.India also lost Murali Vijay for one, caught by Dean Elgar at gully off Vernon Philander, while Morne Morkel claimed the wicket of visiting captain Virat Kohli, who played at a rising delivery outside off-stump and was caught by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock for five.South Africa won the toss and elected to bat, knowing the Newlands wicket is usually at its quickest on day two, but were soon in trouble at 12 for three as India seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4-87) tore through the top order.Kumar took a wicket in each of his opening three overs as he snagged opener Dean Elgar with the third ball of the day and then had Aiden Markram and Hashim Amla dismissed cheaply in the next two overs.The home side threw a counterpunch with half-centuries from AB de Villiers (65) and captain Faf du Plessis (62) as they put on 114 for the fourth wicket.de Villiers reached his 50 off 55 deliveries before being bowled by debutant Jasprit Bumrah (1-73) after lunch, while du Plessis flashed at a wide delivery, handing all-rounder Hardik Pandya (1-53) his first wicket of the three-match series.South Africa’s tail wagged to a degree as they put on 144 for the last five wickets, with de Kock (43) particularly fluent until he was Kumar’s fourth victim, caught behind by wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha.South Africa host India in three Tests this month with the next two to be played in Pretoria and Johannesburg.SCOREBOARDSOUTH AFRICA 1st inningsD. Elgar c Saha b Kumar 0A. Markram lbw b Kumar 5H. Amla c †Saha b Kumar 3AB de Villiers b Bumrah 65F. du Plessis (c) c †Saha b Pandya 62Q. de Kock c Saha b Kumar 43V. Philander b Mohammed Shami 23K. Maharaj run-out (Ashwin) 35K. Rabada c Saha b Ashwin 26D. Steyn not out 16M. Morkel lbw b Ashwin 2Extras: (b-2, lb-3, nb-1) 6Total: (all out, 73.1 overs) 286Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-7, 3-12, 4-126, 5-142, 6-202, 7-221, 8-258, 9-280.Bowling: B. Kumar 19-4-87-4, M. Shami 16-6-47-1, J. Bumrah 19-1-73-1, H. Pandya 12-1-53-1, R. Ashwin 7.1-1-21-2.INDIA 1st inningsM. Vijay c Elgar b Philander 1S. Dhawan c & b Steyn 16C. Pujara not out 5V. Kohli (c) c de Kock b Morkel 5R. Sharma not out 0Extras: (lb-1) 1Total: (11 overs) 28-3Fall of wickets: 1-16, 2-18, 3-27Bowling: V. Philander 4-1-13-1, D. Steyn 4-1-13-1, M. Morkel 2-2-0-1, K. Rabada 1-0-1-0.