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first_imgCWAG Alliance Partnership Develops Cross-Border Legal Relationships  INDIANAPOLIS – In recognition of his commitment and ongoing efforts to build relationships with attorney general counterparts in countries like Mexico and Cuba, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has been named to the Alliance Partnership of the Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) Advisory Board.Zoeller has been involved for several years in multi-state and bi-national efforts with other state AGs to combat international crime, and support rule of law in both the U.S. and Mexico.“I am honored to continue my involvement in the Alliance Partnership and its mission,” Zoeller said.  “The issues we tackle are not isolated and require ongoing dialogue and training with our Latin American neighbors to advance the rule of law and in combating the cross-border issues like human trafficking and transnational violence.”The Conference of Western Attorneys General coordinates the efforts of the Alliance Partnership which leverages funding from the State Department and other entities who support Rule of Law programming.  There are 42 United States Attorneys General Offices participating in the training of Mexican State Attorneys General Offices, and other Mexican justice and law enforcement entities.  CWAG has 34 participating Mexican jurisdictions and more than a dozen additional Mexican federal and State partnering agencies.The most recent exchange occurred this past September when the Partnership sponsored Zoeller and a team of United States Attorneys General in an exchange in Cuba.  The team met with their Cuban counterparts and interacted with members of the Cuban legal community in an ongoing multi-state effort to combat human and drug trafficking.  The cost of the trip, and all trips, are handled by the Alliance Partnership and are not paid for with Indiana tax dollars.“These exchanges offer valuable insights for every participant,” Zoeller added. “Despite differences in our legal systems, every country faces serious common problems and we need to collaborate to fight transnational crime.”The September meetings in Cuba, were one of several previous meetings organized by the CWAG Alliance Partnership between state AGs from the U.S. and their counterparts in Mexico and other Latin American nations.Zoeller has initiated partnerships between the Alliance Partnership and the Wilson Center.  In September 2010, Zoeller’s office hosted a training event , attended by 70 prosecutors and investigators from Mexico that focused on Mexico’s rule of law. Zoeller and former United States Senator, Richard Lugar keynoted that program.In October 2015, Zoeller and a group of other state AGs from the U.S. attended a two-day conference in Mexico City and met with that nation’s criminal justice officials to discuss the problems of human trafficking, drug trafficking and Internet privacy.Zoeller also serves as the National Association of Attorneys General liaison to the United States Trade Representative and is a member of the United States Global Leadership Coalition’s Indiana Advisory Committee.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

first_imgOur very own Alex Iwobi’s goal vs BenficaWatch and Enjoy pic.twitter.com/BkLkETmF0Y— Based On Logistics (@Iam_Abdulaxis) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi, Salvio) 2-5 (Walcott X2, Lopez OG, Giroud, Iwobi)Arsenal Sead – coquelin – Walcott = goal!! pic.twitter.com/Pf63kZOlqM— Kicks&tackles (@KNT_football) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi) 1-1 (Walcott)Arsenal Arsenal ran an entertaining show in their Emirates Cup opener against Benfica, thumping the Portuguese side 5-2.Despite going behind to Franco Cervi’s deflected opener in the 11th minute, Arsenal took control through Theo Walcott’s eight-minute brace, before Eduardo Salvio restored parity for Benfica on the 40-minute mark to end the first half 2-2. Benfica(Cervi) 1-0 Arsenal “@ArsenalTSN: Arsenal’s fourth goal, scored wonderfully by Giroud, assisted by Nelson. [@ArsenalGoals] pic.twitter.com/lyN6u7y5Xw“— Valoli Group (@ValoliGroup) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi, Salvio) 2-4 (Walcott X2, Lopez OG, Giroud)Arsenal Goal!! Eduardo Salvio ties it up for Benfica at minute 39 {2-2} ⚽️⚽️? @Arsenal 2-2 @SLBenfica great game!! #AFCvBEN #EmiratesCup pic.twitter.com/qJdMibVq5E— Med Goha (@Med_Goha) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi, Salvio) 2-2 (Walcott x2)ArsenalThe Gunners turned the screw in the second half to earn a 5-2 victory, Lisandro Lopez’s 53rd-minute own goal was followed by a superb finish by Giroud and a smashing strike from Alex Iwobi.Lisandro Lopez with an embarrassing own goal to help Arsenal gain the lead. Arsenal 3-2 Benfica pic.twitter.com/yD0RZwGMFy— Big Nothing (@BigNothingPod) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi, Salvio) 2-3 (Walcott X2, Lopez OG)Arsenal Video Credit: Twitter.comRelatedSevilla Striker Mocks Arsenal’s Champions League AbsenceJuly 31, 2017In “England”Lazio Roma vs AS RomaJune 30, 2017Similar postCarabao Cup: Big Guns Pass Third Round TestSeptember 20, 2017In “England” Typical WengerBall.Walcott’s 2nd goal pic.twitter.com/V9M1Tljkfz— Arsenal FC (@FFArsenal) July 29, 2017Benfica(Cervi) 1-2 (Walcott x2)Arsenallast_img read more