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Envie de vous évader tout en restant à Paris? & bien je vous donne une bonne adresse pour manger de bons plats traditionnels made in Africa!
Cette bonne adresse c’est : La Rizière du Saloum! Un bon plan pour ce qui veulent manger bon sans se ruiner! Ce petit coin d’Afrique culinaire conjugue avantage d’une restauration rapide à restauration de fine gastronomie.

J’ai craqué pour un poisson braisé accompagné d’un riz rouge & de ses légumes. Un régal! Par contre difficile de terminer son assiette sans avoir à faire de pause (c’est relativement copieux)


La Rizière du Saloum

38 rue de Lorraine

75019 PARIS

xo


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Six sentenced in Operation Mandera for drug misuse and ASB in Piccadilly Gardens

Six men have been sentenced as part of an operation to rid the city centre streets of anti-social behaviour.

GMP’s Operation Mandera was set up in 2013 to tackle anti-social behaviour and #crime, including drug misuse in Piccadilly Gardens.

As part of the operation, GMP’s city centre neighbourhood policing team are also working with partners on longer-term problem solving initiatives such as environmental improvements and problematic street drinking.

All six men were sentenced at Manchester Crown Court on Monday 8th September 2014.

Saloum Jeng (born 01/01/75) of Broadbent Avenue in Dukinfield, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to nine counts of supplying drugs and was sentenced to 16 months in prison and a CRASBO, which excludes him from Piccadilly Gardens for two years.

Delano Moulton (born 15/09/73) of Brigantine Close in Salford, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to supplying drugs, possession with the intent to supply and the attempted supply of drugs, and was sentenced to 20 months in prison and a CRASBO, which excludes him from Piccadilly Gardens for two years.

Isaiah Thompson (born 13/10/91) of Peakdale Avenue in Crumpsall pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to supply of drugs and was sentenced to 16 months in prison and CRASBO, which excludes him from Piccadilly Gardens for two years.

Kristuff Tyrell (born 21/12/92) of Edge Lane, Droylsden, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession with intent to supply and supplying drugs and was sentenced to 20 months in prison.

Baboucarr Njie (born 29/05/81) of Norton Street in Broughton pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession with intent to supply drugs and was sentenced to 12 months in prison.

Ousman Jammeh (born 03/08/77) of Hilton Street North, Salford pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession with intent to supply drugs and was sentenced to 8 months prison.

Inspector Phil Spurgeon, the city centre lead for neighbourhood policing in Piccadilly Gardens, said:

“The city centre neighbourhood policing team have worked tirelessly over the last 18 months to tackle anti-social behaviour and drug dealing in and around Piccadilly Gardens.

“These sentences underline our commitment to tackle the long-standing issue of street drug dealing in the Piccadilly Gardens.

“We particularly welcome the issuing of CRASBOs, as well as custodial sentences, which should give the affected community some respite.

“I would like to thank the people of Manchester who continue to provide us with information in order to help in our fight against drug dealing.

“We remain committed to rooting this problem out and today’s result should serve as a warning to those who continue to deal drugs on our streets.”Click Here to read the story… http://www.emergencyshorts.co.uk/24692/

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