BIM is getting lost in translation

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Potters test available on Robins TV

first_imgLee Johnson takes his side to the bet365 Stadium in the club’s first fixture after the two-week international break, as they look extend their unbeaten run to six league matches.The game is only available to international subscribers as per EFL Regulations. Click here to subscribe – £5 pay-per-view or £110 for an annual pass*.Away games shown on Robins TV will include pre-match build-up, full commentary, replays and graphics.Our audio commentary passes are available at £45 per season or £5 per month with dual commentary from BBC Radio Bristol.SUBSCRIBE NOW*Due to EFL broadcasting regulations, Robins TV is not allowed to live stream FA Cup and Carabao Cup fixtures as well as matches chosen for Sky Sports or Overseas transmission.last_img read more

Basilan official confirms 4 PAF personnel perished in Basilan crash

first_imgAn official of the Basilan Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) confirmed late Wednesday afternoon that four personnel of the Philippine Air Force (PAF) when the helicopter they were riding in crashed during bad weather in Lantawan, Basilan on Wednesday.Authorities inspect the site where a Philippine Air Force rescue helicopter carrying four airmen crashed in Lantawan, Basilan. (Photo courtesy Isabela DRRMO / MANILA BULLETIN)Basilan PDRRMO Head Nixon Alonzo said the chopper crashed in a rubber plantation in Barangay Manggas in Lantawan town at around 12 noon.“Witnesses told us that before the crash, they saw smoke coming out of the chopper and they said the helicopter was not flying normally,” Alonzo told the Manila Bulletin in a phone interview.“According to the witnesses here, there was an explosion after the crash,” he added.A police report obtained by the Manila Bulletin identified one of the fatalities as Airman 2nd Class Benedicto Leal. The three other fatalities remain unidentified.READ MORE: Female pilot, 2 airmen killed in PAF chopper crash in BasilanThe police report stated that the crash occurred at the rubber plantation owned by Lantawan Vice Mayor Nasser Abubakar. The crash reportedly occurred due to bad weather condition in the area.The chopper, according to the police report, came from Zamboanga City.Alonzo said that when they went to the area, they saw the bodies of four people inside the chopper. He said that based on their observation, it appeared that it was impossible for anybody to have survived the crash.He described the helicopter as having white and blue color. But he said the chopper was wrecked.“Based on what we saw, there were no survivors. They were all burned beyond recognition,” said Alonzo.Alonzo said military personnel already proceeded to the crash site and recovered the four bodies. SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UPlast_img read more