CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – SEPTEMBER 25: The Virginia Cavaliers play host to the Syracuse Orangemen during NCAA football at Scott Stadium on September 25, 2004 in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)Virginia and Ohio will play this weekend, despite the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence. However, the game has been moved from Charlottesville to Nashville.Virginia announced the news moments ago. A report from the Richmond Times-Dispatch that the game would be moved surfaced earlier today.“Our top priority is the safety of everyone involved and I appreciate the understanding of our fans,” said Virginia AD Carla Williams in a statement.”We’re extremely grateful to Vanderbilt University and vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs and athletics director David Williams for graciously supporting our efforts. We look forward to returning to Scott Stadium for the Louisville game on Sept. 22.”Because Vanderbilt is on the road at Notre Dame, Vanderbilt Stadium is available.Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. ET.Saturday’s @UVAFootball game against Ohio has been moved to Nashville due to Hurricane Florence. Details: https://t.co/H0B69qEq5B #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/NQwXr77Tok— Virginia Cavaliers (@VirginiaSports) September 11, 2018The television info for this game is still in the works, given the location change. It will be released in the coming days.Virginia is 1-1 on the season after losing last week to Indiana.
Families of missing persons who are not convinced of the death of their relatives are eligible to receive the Certificate of Absence. This will give them access to various entitlements granted by the State. The Office for National Unity and Reconciliation chaired by former President, Chandrika Kumaratunge, has hailed the move to issue a “Certificate of Absence” to the families of persons reported missing.“Repeated calls by families of the disappeared to the Office for National Unity and Reconciliation have been rewarded,” it said in a statement. A Cabinet decision of 11 September 2015 based upon a Memorandum by the Ministry of Home Affairs makes provision for issuance of a “Certificate of Absence” to the families of persons reported missing. The Office for National Unity and Reconciliation, chaired by former President, Chandrika Kumaratunge, was established in April 2015.The mandate of the Office for National Unity and Reconciliation is to promote and provide for a society that respects fundamental rights, equality and diversity to achieve lasting reconciliation in the country. (Colombo Gazette) read more