Offbeat OM: 3 missing brand in Reims!
Body found in Mississippi River identified as missing LSU student
A body recovered in the Mississippi River this week has been identified as missing Louisiana State University student Kori Gauthier, authorities said. Your browser does not support this video Gauthier, an 18-year-old freshman at LSU, was last seen April 6, her family said. Police found her car abandoned on a Mississippi River bridge in Baton Rouge early the following day after someone crashed into it. A massive search effort involved multiple agencies and hundreds of volunteers in the days after she was reported missing. LSU confirmed Wednesday a body found in St.
Olympique de Marseille moves to Reims, this Friday (21 hours). Here is the group of the Phocean Club.Sixth in the ranking, Olympique de Marseille has the opportunity to put pressure on Lens by provisionally integrating the top 5 in case of success in Reims, this Friday. A trip that is similar to a trap match for the OM of Sampaoli. The technician should do some notable elements. It is in the defensive sector that OM will be the most decimated with the absences of Sakai, Amavi and Caleta-Car. The young rocchia is also package. On the other hand, Valentin Rongier will return for this game in Champagne. The Group Marseille in Reims: Mandanda, Pelé, Ngapandouetnbu, Balleri, Perrin, Lirola, Alvaro, Nagatamo, Kamardin, Kamara, Thus, Gueye, Khaoui, Ntcham, Rongier, Germain, Dieng, Henrique, Payet, Thauvin, Benedetto, Milik
Conor McGregor's Irish whiskey brand sells for up to $600M .
Conor McGregor is cashing in on the booze business. The UFC fighter and his partners have sold their majority stake in Proper No. Twelve Irish whiskey for a deal worth up to $600 million. Both sides confirmed the transaction to industry publication Shanken News Daily on Tuesday. McGregor and his partners Audie Attar and Ken Austin will retain a stake. How much Proximo now owns beyond its controlling interest was not revealed. Nor were the parameters defining how the deal would reach the $600 million total.