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A Former College Football Star Is Currently In A Coma

first_imgAn interior view of the Florida Gators football stadium as two jets fly above.GAINESVILLE, FL – NOVEMBER 12: Two fighter jets perform a flyover before the game between the Florida Gators and the South Carolina Gamecocks at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)A former college football star and NFL linebacker is reportedly fighting for his life in a coma. Here is the latest on his status.Monday night, it was reported that former Florida Gators linebacker Neiron Ball, a 26-year-old LB for the Oakland Raiders, is in a coma and not responding to stimuli.The unfortunate news was shared by the Butts County Schools Facebook page.Here’s the full post:The Myricks and Ball family are asking for prayers to be lifted for JHS alumnus Neiron Ball. He is currently in a coma and is not responding to stimuli as desired, and the family will be with him this week to see what can be done to help him heal and wake up. This young man has already been through so much in his life, and we know the family would appreciate your love and kindness.Praying for Neiron!A lot of people have been reaching out on social media to express their thoughts and prayers.The Myricks and Ball family are asking for prayers to be lifted for JHS alumnus Neiron Ball. He is currently in a coma and is not responding to stimuli as desired, and the family will be with him this week to… https://t.co/sbq9Tn3H0F— Butts County Schools (@ButtsCoSchools) September 24, 2018Ball has overcame a lot before. Hopefully he can do it again.Dude already overcame a brain bleed a few years ago. Seems like the guy can’t catch a break. Prayers for Neiron Ball. #GatorForever https://t.co/sYs1CtQqJ1— TJ Shoemaker (@tshoemaker2423) September 25, 2018Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Stay tuned for more updates.last_img read more

Iraq UN envoy welcomes relocation of first group of Iranian exiles to

“The residents’ arrival in Albania late last night is an encouraging first step in the relocation of the group of 210 residents the Albanian government has agreed to receive,” said the UN Special Representative for the Secretary-General and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), Martin Kobler. More than 3,000 residents, most of them members of a group known as the People’s Mojahedeen of Iran, are temporarily housed in a transit facility called Camp Liberty – also know as Camp Hurriya – while the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) carries out a process to determine their refugee status.Mr. Kobler said that the departure of the group from Iraq is in accordance with the memorandum of understanding of 25 December 2011, which foresees the relocation of the residents to third countries. “I thank the Government of Albania and encourage other Member States to come forward and to receive residents in their countries as well.”Following the original offer by the Albania Government to assist in the resettlement, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he “unequivocally supports” Mr. Kobler’s efforts “to courageously and creatively, in exceptionally difficult circumstances, help resolve this situation.”In addition, in his recent report about the situation in Iraq, Mr. Ban urged those who express support for the residents of Camp Hurriya and the remaining residents of another camp, New Iraq, to stop spreading insults and falsehoods about Mr. Kobler and instead help to promote a durable solution.Following Albania’s announcement, the Government of Germany offered humanitarian admission for approximately 100 residents of the camp. read more

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