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Intelligence agency persecutes two women reporters

first_img to go further Covid-19 in Africa: RSF joins a coalition of civil society organizations to demand the release of imprisoned journalists on the continent News Organisation March 29, 2020 Find out more September 14, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Intelligence agency persecutes two women reporters SudanAfrica April 6, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information News Newscenter_img Follow the news on Sudan Sudan : Press freedom still in transition a year after Omar al-Bashir’s removal SudanAfrica News Receive email alerts Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa April 10, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about the way Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) is harassing two women newspaper reporters in Khartoum, Eiman Mustafa of Al-Jareeda and Hiba Abedazeem of Al Sudani.Mustafa was arrested in the Khartoum district of Ondurnam on 6 September and has been summoned for questioning at NISS headquarters every day since then. For three days in a row – on 8, 9 and 10 September – she was forced to spend more than 12 hours each day there.The NISS has been questioning her about an article published on 4 September on the conflicts of interest of certain politicians who have been blocking a proposed agriculture law in parliament since 2010.She is also being questioned about her political affiliations and links with youth movements because, when arrested, she was with young people involved in organizing activities to commemorate the September 2013 protests. It is not yet clear if she was with them because of her journalistic activities.Abedazeem was arrested on 10 September when she went to Afra Mall on the south side of Khartoum to meet with a source and instead found four NISS vehicles awaiting her. She was taken to NISS headquarters and was interrogated for more than two hours there about a 2 September article on water pollution in Khartoum state.“Arresting journalists for interrogation is only too common in Sudan, where the NISS enjoys complete freedom to do whatever it wants,” said Cléa Kahn-Sriber, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Africa desk.“These two reporters simply wrote well-sourced, balanced articles that drew attention to the practices of certain Sudanese politicians and, for this, they are being persecuted. We call for an immediate end to these summonses and interrogations as they are a completely unwarranted form of harassment that does the government’s image a great deal of damage.”Ranked 174th out of 180 countries in the 2015 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, Sudan is notorious for hounding its journalist and news media. Arbitrary arrests, seizures of newspaper issues and forced closures are all often used to control news and information. RSF_en last_img read more

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Limerick meeting to force action on housing crisis

first_imgNewsLocal NewsLimerick meeting to force action on housing crisisBy Alan Jacques – October 29, 2015 1168 Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Linkedin Twitter Email WhatsApp Facebook Advertisementcenter_img Previous articleSpooktacular CompetitionNext articleOpinions divided over abortion pill bus Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up RENTS in Limerick are going through the roof. The housing waiting list is getting longer. And less social houses are being built, it has been claimed.A meeting will take place in Pery’s Hotel this Thursday, October 29, at 8pm to address the housing crisis and these specific issues.A teenage boy whose family was recently homeless while he was doing his Leaving Cert will speak openly about his own experiences. Jackie Bonfield of Mid West Simon Community and the Anti Austerity Alliance’s general election candidate for Limerick City, Cllr Cian Prendiville, will also speak at this free event.Cllr Prendiville feels those suffering the most from the housing crisis are being ignored. However, he believes, the water charges movement is proof that by standing together, the Government can be forced to take notice.“Rents in Limerick are going through the roof, as the housing waiting list gets longer and longer. Despite a lot of hot air, the Government still refuses to take real action on housing. They have built less social houses than any government for 45 years,” said Cllr Prendiville.“The Government has allowed the market to hold back the supply of homes and push up the prices. While over 5,000 families are on the housing list in Limerick, so far this year only 10 social houses have been built,” he added.This, the City North representative maintains, has given landlords a golden opportunity to drive up rents, while the Government refuse to implement rent controls.“With one quarter of the TDs in the Dail landlords themselves, is it any wonder?” he asked.According to Cllr Prendiville, Thursday night’s meeting is hoped to be the launch of a campaign to demand immediate action on the housing and rent crisis.“The AAA have helped coordinate protests and occupations of vacant and NAMA properties, to demand real action. We want to build a similar campaign here in Limerick to demand rent controls, and the right to a home for all,” he concluded. Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSAnti Austerity AllianceCllr Cian PrendivilleHousinglimerickMid West Simon CommunityNAMAPery’s Hotel RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

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BT5K

first_imgOn November 12, Bayonne resident Joseph Saylor finished 5th place overall out of 783 runners, and 1st place in the Men’s 15-19 age category at the “BT5K” in New York City. The 5K race was organized to raise money for the American Brain Tumor Association. ×last_img

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Umphrey’s McGee Rages Night Two At First Avenue In Minneapolis

first_imgLoad remaining images Minneapolis, MN venue First Avenue has become a staple on Umphrey’s spring tour. Over the past ten years, Umphrey’s has played five multi-night runs there, and each have become legendary. Last night, April 29th, Umphrey’s McGee continued this tradition, amazing fans for their second straight night of rocking music. It never ceases to amaze how consistently this band brings an amazing rock-n-roll concert experience night in and night out. Any UM show at First Avenue can demonstrate that.The band opened the show with a standard “Room to Breathe” before hitting “Spires.” “Smell the Mitten” was the night’s first foray into improvisational territory, led by guitarist Jake Cinninger with some tight reggae-esque chords and a “Controversy” jam, continuing to honor Prince’s demise, the First Avenue location, and the previous night’s debut.One of the highlights of the first set was the rare(r) instrumental “All Things Ninja.” It definitely got the crowd moving, and Brendan Bayliss nailed his soaring solo. Drummer Kris Myers had his usual drum solo in the song, while Jake Cinninger and Ryan Stasik watched in awe and respect. “Full Frontal” was the newest song they played all night, and that jammed into a “Bad Friday” to close out the set. It was a fairly straight-forward first set that had some great moments.The second set, as per custom, was longer and more improvisational. Without a doubt, this second set was top-notch Umphrey’s McGee. Fan favorite “All in Time” started the set, and quickly went into jamming mode. They teased the “Super Mario Brothers” underground theme to the delight of video game nerds, and then Cinninger took the song in different directions with some very clever guitar licks. The jam slowly shifted towards the keyboards, and eventually keyboardist Joel Cummins was the only one playing. Unsurprisingly, with the lights all shining on him, he began to play his beautiful opus, “Kimble.” A beautiful and delicate song, the juxtaposition of that with “Tribute to the Spinal Shaft” following was interesting. “Tribute” had some good jams, and they made it other-wordly with a great Middle Eastern jam that sounded similar to the 2×2 from Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre show in 2008. It was definitely a very cool part of the show.Not staying too long in any direction, they then slowed down the music and began to play The Police’s “Walking on the Moon.” It was definitely a fun moment of the show as the whole crowd sang along. At the end of the song, Bayliss incited the crowd to sing the coda of “oooooooooooooooo, woooooohhhh woooooohhhh woooooohhhh.” He did a good job; the crowd was sang loudly in unison. In fact, he motioned to Cummins to stop playing the keys, so it was just the crowd singing without music for a couple measures. Bayliss had a huge smile on his face.The show continued at a blistering pace, with “Much Obliged” segueing into “Mrs. Robinson’s Strut” segueing into “Wappy Sprayberry,” all of which had great jamming. The latter tune went unfinished, and even that eventually led to the ending of “All in Time.” “All in Time” started meandering for a while, with Cinninger teasing “Baba O’Riley” before ending the set with the most beloved dueling guitar part of the UM repertoire. The whole thing was the righteous way to do a second set.The encore put an exclamation on the night. Anytime that “Front Porch” is played, one can be happy, but the encore slot highlights how much fun the band is, especially when it wasn’t on the set list to begin with. Great audible by the UM. But it wasn’t just that it was magnificently played, but they inserted a great “Waterfalls” jam in there. Everyone was singing the R&B hit by TLC! It was quite stunning how, despite probably not hearing the song since 1996, the lyrics just came instantly back. It was an awesome encore, one that exemplified how the band can treat an audience if they are really feeling the vibe.Tonight is the last night of the Spring Tour before heading out West to do their annual UMBowl for the Umphreaks. Check out the full setlist and a gallery of more images below:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN – 4/29/16Set One: Room to Breathe, Spires > Smell the Mitten$, Morning Song, All Things Ninja, Full Frontal > Bad FridaySet Two: All In Time > Kimble, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Walking on the Moon, Much Obliged > Mrs. Robinson’s Strut > Wappy Sprayberry > All In TimeEncore: Front Porch%Notes:$ Controversy tease/jam% Waterfalls jamAll photos appear via Ojeda Photography; check out the full gallery below.last_img read more

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James Milner set to miss England friendlies with hamstring injury

first_img Press Association It is now most unlikely he will join up with the national team later this week ahead of the trip to Spain for Friday’s match in Alicante. Liverpool have already had issues with England this season after youngster Jordan Rossiter returned injured from under-19 duty having played three 90-minute games in six days. It led to manager Jurgen Klopp complaining about the treatment, saying: “These young players are our future. If we handle them like horses we get horses.” The 29-year-old was forced off after an hour of Thursday’s 1-0 Europa League win against Rubin Kazan in Russia after taking a knock to his leg. As a result he was left out of Liverpool’s team to face Crystal Palace at Anfield on Sunday – the first time he has missed a Premier League match for the club he joined in the summer. center_img Liverpool midfielder James Milner is expected to miss England’s friendlies with Spain and France after sustaining a hamstring problem. last_img read more

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