Difficultés de créer une télévision sur une île ! La réalité de notre travail ,....de notre RÊVE ! Sans Moyens de transport Pierjo et Roque font leur travail de Fourmis pour " Planeta BEG TV " parcourant 15 á 20 km á pied pour faire leurs reportages ! ( 28/01/2012 - prés de 7.000 accès dans 70 Pays ) Dificuldades de criar uma televisão sobre uma Ilha ! A Realidade de nosso trabalho,...de nosso Sonho ! Sem meio de transporte Pierjo e Roque estam fazendo seu trabalho de Formigas para " Planeta BEG TV " fazendo 15 a 20 kilometros de Pé para fazer seus reportagens ! ( 28/01/2012 - perto de 7.000 acèssos em 70 País )
Alfie Evans: Father begs Pope Francis to ’save our son’ The Court of Appeal judges explained they dismissed the latest challenge because it was the same legal argument - albeit with a different legal term - they made in February and March and moving him to a hospital in Italy was "contrary to his best interests". Mr Evans said: "Your holiness save our son" and asked for asylum for Alfie. The Supreme Court which refused to consider the parents case in March said it was examining the latest application to overrule Monday’s Court of Appeal decision. Andrea Williams, from the Christian Legal Centre which is representing Alfie’s family, confirmed Mr Evans had asked the Pope for asylum for his son during the meeting at the Vatican. The Catholic Church in England and Wales has said Alfie should only be taken to Italy for treatment if a British court decides an "exception" should be made. It said taking him abroad for treatment was "expressly not in his best interests", adding: "Our priority is to continue providing Alfie with the best care possible." The judges said Alfie was not being "detained" in hospital or "deprived of his liberty... the doctrine of habeas corpus." Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has said continuing to treat Alfie, who has an undiagnosed degenerative neurological condition, was "inhumane" and "futile".
61-Yard Kick Shatters an Eagles Record and the Giants’ Hopes He tossed touchdown passes of 10 yards and 4 yards to Odell Beckham Jr. to tie the game at 14-14. PHILADELPHIA — Jake Elliott ran over to coaches and begged for a chance to try the longest field goal in Eagles history. After Aldrick Rosas kicked a 41-yard field goal to put the Giants ahead, Elliott hit a 46-yarder to tie the score, 24-24, with 51 seconds left.