Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2020 abridged results.For more information about Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC.zm) 2020 abridged results.Company ProfileThe Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC), a member of the SAPP and listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange, is a Zambian incorporated power transmission, generation, distribution and supply company and a major developer of energy infrastructure in Africa, respected for its skills in designing and operating transmission systems. CEC owns, operates and maintains power transmission, generation and distribution assets servicing customers in Zambia and the DRC, and is one of the largest international power traders in the region.
Barker-Volkova and everyclick to present at Perfect Pitch Howard Lake | 20 June 2005 | News 27 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Two more companies have signed up to present at UK Fundraising’s IT/online showcase next week, Perfect Pitch.Barker-Volkova has over ten years’ experience working strategically with global brands. Following research with a group of charities, the agency has developed new solutions to the challenges being faced by charities – and it will be launching these at Perfect Pitch on 30 June.Charity search engine everyclick will also be presenting their new online fundraising tool at the event. The search engine, launched earlier this month, has been purpose built automatically to donate 50% of its gross revenue to charity every month.If you are keen to learn about these and other IT/online services for charities, nonprofits and the fundraising sector, then register now for one of the last remaining free places at UK Fundraising’s Perfect Pitch in London. Advertisement Tagged with: Digital Technology AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Des Moines, IowaThe American Friends Service Committee will honor the victims of Israel’s 2014 military assault on Gaza with the “Gaza Pinwheel Memorial Display,” to be exhibited here during the week of Aug. 9-16.The memorial will feature 521 black pinwheels, each bearing the name of one of the 521 Palestinian children who were killed by the Israeli military’s “Operation Protective Edge” during the summer of 2014.The United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza conflict reported on June 22, 2015: “The 2014 hostilities saw a huge increase in firepower used in Gaza, with more than 6,000 airstrikes by Israel and approximately 50,000 tank and artillery shells.”In 51 days of merciless bombing, over 2,100 people were killed, over 11,000 injured, and thousands of houses, schools and hospitals lay in ruins. The AFSC worked with local Palestinian artists in Gaza to help create the memorial following the assault.AFSC organizer Katie Huerter told WW: “It is important to me that we continue to humanize Gazans and not reduce their suffering to numbers and statistics. Pinwheels represent the childhood that was stolen, and the hope that the spirit of these children will continue in the Palestinian resistance movement.”The exhibit will be on display for public viewing on the front lawn outside the AFSC Iowa office, located at 4211 Grand Ave. in Des Moines, from 12 noon on Aug. 9 to 1 p.m on Aug. 15.“We also hope to use this powerful display to call attention to Israel’s attack on Gaza and the Gaza siege,” Huerter added, “to demand accountability for rights violations that occurred in Gaza, to call for an arms embargo on Israel, and to open conversations about boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaigns.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Receive email alerts Follow the news on Iraq March 19, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Hundreds of journalists forced into exile in five years since start of US-led invasion of Iraq December 16, 2020 Find out more The first-ever detailed report on the plight of Iraqi journalists who have been forced into exile was released by Reporters Without Borders today, the eve of the fifth anniversary of the start of the US-led invasion of Iraq. Most of these journalists fled to Jordan or Syria after receiving threats or surviving murder attempts. Hundreds are trying to live a normal life again in Amman or Damascus, or in some cases in cities in Europe and North America.“These journalists are safe again after escaping the hell of Iraq, the world’s deadliest country for the media,” the press freedom organisation said. “But exile does not mean the end of their problems. Most of the journalists who flee Iraq do not find work. Many have to give up journalism. All or nearly all of them are living from hand to mouth, alone or with their families.“Syria and Jordan are overwhelmed by the influx of Iraqi refugees. The countries of Europe, North America and the rest of the Arab world should also accept Iraqi refugees and should urgently adopt policies to make this possible. France, in particular, should make an effort. A total of 9,300 Iraqis filed asylum requests in Sweden in the first quarter of 2007, after getting visas to go there. Only 93 did so in France in the same period.”Reporters Without Borders added: “Despite all our letters to the relevant ministry, four Iraqi journalists were refused French visas last October.”Iraqi journalists are targeted by Sunni and Shiite militias, by Al-Qaeda, by the authorities, including the police, and by the US-led coalition forces. A total of 210 journalists and media assistants have been killed since March 2003. The Iraqi interior ministry has initiated investigations into their deaths but only an insignificant number of these investigations have resulted in arrests.Journalists are also the targets of abduction by groups that are politically motivated or are just seeking ransom payments. Reporters Without Borders has recorded 87 abductions of journalists since the start of the war. The fate of 15 kidnapping victims, one of them British, is not known. Fred Nérac, a French cameraman working for the British television news company ITN, is still missing. Caught in crossfire between US and Iraqi forces on the second day of the invasion, his body has never been found.Reporters Without Borders met with many exiled Iraqi journalists for this report. One was a correspondent for the Spanish news agency EFE who decided to leave immediately with his wife and two children after seeing his name among a list of names on a poster on the wall of his local bakery, in an Al Qaeda-controlled neighbourhood of Baghdad.It also met with a veteran cameraman who did not want to be identified for fear of reprisals. “I learned in May 2007 that the Mahdi Army was asking questions about me in my neighbourhood,” he said, referring to a Shiite militia led by Moqtada al Sadr that is involved in ethnic cleansing in mixed neighbourhoods in Baghdad. “I am a journalist. I worked for a US TV station and I am Sunni. So I was a target for them. I decided at once to leave the city. I went to Syria.”Another journalist, Hussein Al Maadidi, left after incurring the wrath of the Iraqi authorities and US military by reporting that US marines deliberately shot women and children in reprisal for the killing of a marine in Haditha, in the western province of Al Anbar, in November 2005. “The police searched my home 23 times,” he said. “I never went home during the last two years. I even worked under another name to avoid police reprisals. My articles about what is really happening in the west of the country upset them.” He left Iraq in October 2007.The report says: “Iraqi journalists are like the rest of their compatriots. Many have gone into exile because they have been targeted, threatened and kidnapped, or because they are tired of a security situation that is a still fraught. Jordan is the preferred exile destination for Iraqi journalists. It is still the place where they can best get by. Syria is a tougher place for the refugees. The authorities in both Amman and Damascus allow Iraqi journalists to work freely as long as they limit themselves to covering Iraqi affairs and do not criticise the host countries.”Only a very small proportion of the exiled Iraqi journalists in Europe manage to keep working in journalism. Ahmed Al-Allef was a fixer for many foreign news media including the Paris-based daily Le Monde. Now in France, he wants to go back to studying journalism with the long-term goal of working for a French news organisation. He says he is aware of all the difficulties he is facing. “I have lost my home, my car and my savings,” he told Reporters Without Borders. “My family is spread over the four corners of the globe. Nonetheless, I want to start a new life and I am doing my best to achieve it by learning French.” Supported by leading European news media, he managed to obtain refugee status in seven months. Reports Organisation The first-ever detailed report on the plight of Iraqi journalists who have been forced into exile was released by Reporters Without Borders today, the eve of the fifth anniversary of the start of the US-led invasion of Iraq. Most of these journalists fled to Jordan or Syria after receiving threats or surviving murder attempts. Related documents Iraqi Journalists ReportPDF – 660.71 KB Help by sharing this information IraqMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en to go further December 28, 2020 Find out more News Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” IraqMiddle East – North Africa RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” February 15, 2021 Find out more News Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan News
International Organizations for Freedom of Expression Urge to Receive Rapporteurs from United Nations and IACHR
Receive email alerts Follow the news on Mexico They highlighted the importance of opening “the door to the above-mentioned special rapporteurs to examine the rising level of violence and propose solutions that tackle impunity, once and for all.” The special rapporteurs for freedom of expression at the UN and the IACHR have made an official request to visit the country to evaluate the situation, yet it has remained unanswered by the Mexican government. NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Javier Valdez occured in Culiacan, Sinaloa on May 15, 2017, in Monterrey, Mexico, on May 20, 2017. Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP RSF_en May 29, 2017 – Updated on May 30, 2017 International Organizations for Freedom of Expression Urge to Receive Rapporteurs from United Nations and IACHR News The letter was signed by the directors of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), Reporters Without Borders (RSF), ARTICLE19, International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano Gabriel García Márquez (FNPI), Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, Rory Peck Trust, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), and Freedom House. Dismayed by the murder of journalist Javier Valdez on May 15 in Culiacán, the organizations jointly condemned the increase in murders and attacks against journalists during the current six-year term. MexicoAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsInternational bodies Organized crimeCorruptionImpunityViolence The organizations united to “speak with one voice in asking your government to step up its efforts to end the impunity for those who wish to silence journalists and rid the country of the pervasive mentality that believes intimidating an editor or a reporter carries no consequences.” Organisation 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Help by sharing this information April 28, 2021 Find out more News World organizations for the defense and promotion of freedom of expression asked President Peña Nieto to invite the special rapporteurs for Freedom of Expression at the United Nations (UN) and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) to find solutions to the crisis of violence and impunity affecting Mexican journalism. to go further The organizations also urged the government “to sincerely commit itself to engaging in meaningful dialogue and implementing effective solutions on behalf of the profession of journalism, before the environment for freedom of expression worsens any further.” May 13, 2021 Find out more Reports News May 5, 2021 Find out more Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state Related documents See English LetterPDF – 164.39 KB MexicoAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsInternational bodies Organized crimeCorruptionImpunityViolence
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Google Maps Street View(EAST CHICAGO, Ind.) — An off-duty Indiana police officer is being praised for his “quick thinking and heroic actions” after he stopped a shooter inside a Walmart while out shopping with his family.The officer, a member of the East Chicago Police Department, was shopping at a Walmart in Hobart with his wife and kids on Sunday when a shooter inside began firing, according to police.Hobart police and fire departments responded to the shooting and found that the East Chicago officer had taken a male suspect into custody without incident, Hobart police said in a statement.A woman who was with the alleged shooter was also taken into custody, according to the statement.Hobart officers discovered one victim, a man, with a gunshot wound. His condition was not immediately clear.East Chicago police praised the officer’s heroism.“Thanks to his quick thinking and heroic actions the suspect involved in this senseless shooting was taken into custody without further incident,” police said in a statement.Hobart police said they are actively investigating the incident to determine a motive but believe the shooting stemmed from an altercation between the suspect and people he knew.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
View post tag: americas Share this article View post tag: Birthday While Lockheed Martin celebrated the 60th anniversary of the first flight of the C-130, Aug. 23, members of Fleet Logisitcs Support Squadron (VR) 62 were flying missions with the ‘Mighty Hercules’ while on detachment to Naval Air Station Sigonella. View post tag: celebrates View post tag: Naval “We have been coming to EUCOM [European Command] for over fifteen years now. We love coming to NAS Sigonella and supporting the requirements of Combined Task Force Sixty Three,” said Cmdr. B.T. Smith, commanding officer of VR-62. “The C-130 can haul a lot of materials to support most any type of operation. NAS Sigonella is a great location to support European Command, Africa Command and even Central Command if need be.”The VR-62 Nomads also completed detachments in Pacific Command and Central Command this year. The normal Navy C-130 rotation is to complete three theater detachments per year. During the detachment cycle, the squadron’s remaining aircraft are tasked with Navy Air Logistic Office missions supporting the fleet to all parts of the world.Navy C-130’s are part of Navy Unique Fleet Essential Airlift. Meaning that the U.S. Navy has control of its own airlift. The Fleet Logistics Support Wing is a Navy Reserve entity and has no active duty counterpart.“This is no part-time reserve unit. We operate around the globe and around the clock,” said Master Chief Aviation Maintenance Administrationman Karen Quinn, VR-62 Operations master chief.The VR-62 Nomads arrived at NAS Sigonella on June 7, and returned to NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Sept. 1, when relieved by a detachment of the VR-55 ‘Minutemen.’VR-62 Nomads are based at NAS Jacksonville and are one of five Navy Reserve C-130T squadrons supporting the fleet around the globe.[mappress]Press Release, September 03, 2014; Image: US Navy Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Lockheed Martin Celebrates 60th Birthday of C-130 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Lockheed Martin View post tag: 60th View post tag: C-130 View post tag: Navy September 3, 2014 Lockheed Martin Celebrates 60th Birthday of C-130
Ocean City, NJ – The Greater Ocean City Theatre Company is presenting the international musical comedy sensation, NUNSENSE this October 7 and 8 at 7:30 PM and October 9 at 2:00 PM. The show is being directed/choreographed by acclaimed regional theatre director Dann Dunn (director of OCTC’s WEST SIDE STORY and DAMN YANKEES) with Musical Direction by the talented Andrew Hink.NUNSENSE, the perennial crowd-pleaser and second-longest-running Off-Broadway show in history is the perfect fall family entertainment featuring five outstanding and professional actresses, and one puppet as the wacky Little Sisters of Hoboken.Playwright/Composer/Lyricist Dan Goggin’s story of five desperate nuns trying to raise enough cash to bury four sisters who died of food poisoning and are being kept on ice, has been called “habit forming.”What could be lighter theatrical fare than five dancing, singing nuns in a sweet farce of a musical? But there are more poignant issues at the core of this wonderful and wacky musical. Each nun reveals, to the audience – not to their Sisters – long held aspirations or personal stories they’ve kept to themselves. Playwright and composer Dan Goggin said that each of these characters is based on a nun he knew growing up Catholic.The original production of Nunsense opened in 1985 at the Off-Broadway Cherry Lane Theatre, moving to the Douglas Fairbanks Theater for the majority of its ten year run. It ran for 3,672 performances, becoming the second longest running Off-Broadway show in history (after The Fantasticks). By the time it closed, it had become an international phenomenon translated into at least 26 languages with more than 8,000 productions worldwide.The OCTC Production features a terrific cast of musical theatre performers who have a strong background in comedic flair.SHANNON AGNEW (Sister Mary Regina, Mother Superior) is elated to return to the OCTC! She is a writer, director, and actor for: Sundog Theatre Co.; Millbrook Playhouse; Duplex (NYC); Beautiful Soup (NYC); Favorite roles include Ursula The Little Mermaid, Performer Forbidden Broadway, Myrtle Mae Simmons Harvey feat. Elinor Donahue, Betty Jean The Marvelous Wonderettes, Judith Boeing Boeing, Mud Donahue My Vaudeville Man (regional premiere), Emma Goldman Ragtime, Charlotte I Am My Own Wife, Stepmother/Fairy Godmother Cinderella, Judy Garland Bad Blood (David Simpatico).EBONY DELANEY (Sister Mary Hubert, Mistress of Novices) is thrilled to be making her OCTC debut as Sister Mary Hubert! Born and raised in Indianapolis, IN Ebony graduated from AMDA NY (American Musical and Dramatic Academy) in 2010 and had the amazing opportunity performing with The Walt Disney Company for over five years. Her Regional roles include Lorraine, All Shook Up; Daisy Dog, The Ohmies; Tina Turner/Ens, The Wedding Singer to name a few.JEN MORRIS (Sister Mary Amnesia) is thrilled to be returning to OCTC where she was last seen in Shrek! In addition, she is forever grateful for this opportunity to rejoin the Little Sisters of Hoboken having last worked with Sister Mary Annette in Nunsensations! at Cohoes Music Hall. Other past favorite roles include: Shout! (Red Girl) at Cornwell’s Dinner Theatre; Little Women (Amy March) at Nebraska Theatre Caravan; Winter Wonderland (Samantha) at Thin Air Theatre Company; Kiss Me Kate (Ensemble/US Lois Lane) at Arizona Broadway Theatre; Pinkalicious (Dr. Wink/Alison) at Vital Theatre Company; Grease (Frenchy) at Millbrook Playhouse. A proud NYU/Tisch graduate with her BFA in Drama/Musical Theatre.ERIKA WASKO (Sister Mary Leo) is so happy to be back home at OCTC this fall after a short break from the summer season filled with flying, dancing, choreographing, directing, and lots of fun! When not performing with OCTC, Erika enjoys cirque training in lyra and hammock, and writing music with her guitar.ELIZABETH WORLEY (Sister Robert Anne) is so excited to return to Ocean City for this hilarious show! Having just spent the summer here performing in West Side Story, The Little Mermaid and Frog & Toad. You may have also seen her in the past two Christmas shows as well as The 2016 Valentine’s Day Cabaret and The Sounds of Hollywood for 2016 First Night Celebration. She is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, but now calls NYC home.Just like the tagline says, Nunsense is habit forming; so anyone who wants to be a part of the fun should immediately call the Box Office at 609-399-6111 or visit ocnj.us/boxoffice. Tickets range from $15-$20.