Former FlyToMoon player Flow succumbs to cancer at age 25
It is a sad day in Dota 2.
Dota 2 pro Alexander "Flow" Sazonov has passed away.According to Russian caster Vitalii Nikolaevich "v1lat" Volochai, the offlaner succumbed to cancer after a prolonged battle with the disease. He was 25 years old.The news was revealed by v1lat on Twitter.Maincast confirmed the news not long after.“Flow passed away this morning. The player has been fighting cancer for several years. Maincast Studio sends its condolences to the family and friends of Alexander,” the statement said.A number of fans and members of the professional scene took to social media to express their sadness over the news.F...
Cash (Flow) is King
One of my most important rules for financial planning is never have to be selling equities to meet income needs. You never want to put yourself in a situation where you need to sell when the markets are down, like now. That turns a paper loss into a realized loss and the ripple effects can be devastating for your financial health.Q1 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreHowever, no matter how well you plan your cash flow, a Black Swan event, like what we are currently experiencing from the Covid-19pandemic, is potentially going to throw a monkey wrench into your plans. Your normally tru...
Flow of arms into Libya risks proxy war
Tripoli (AFP) - Despite a UN embargo, weapons are still flowing into Libya where an assault on the capital by strongman Khalifa Haftar threatens to escalate into a proxy war between regional powers.Haftar, whose self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) is allied with an administration in eastern Libya, is supported especially by Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).On the other side, Turkey and Qatar back the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) which is recognised by the international community.Haftar on April 4 launched an attack on the capital that has ground to a halt on the...
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Flow of Venezuelans into Colombia impacting FARC peace process: US admiral
Washington (AFP) - A massive flow of desperate Venezuelans into neighboring Colombia is impacting Bogata's implementation of a historic peace accord, the US military's top officer for the region warned Thursday.Under a 2016 deal, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) disarmed its 7,000 fighters in order to join the political process and end the country's 50-year civil war.The deal also is meant to ensure thousands of former fighters are reintegrated into Colombian society.But according to Admiral Kurt Tidd, who heads the US military's Southern Command, some of those reintegration f...