EgyptMiddle East – North Africa Help by sharing this information News News February 1, 2021 Find out more EgyptMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en On 27 January, the Egyptian authorities initiated trial proceedings against TV producer Howayda Taha, a producer with the pan-Arab satellite TV station Al-Jazeera, on a charge of “harming national interest” in a documentary she was preparing about alleged police mistreatment of detainees. Less press freedom than ever in Egypt, 10 years after revolution to go further Receive email alerts January 22, 2021 Find out more News Reporters Without Borders today condemned a decision by the judicial authorities on 27 January to initiate trial proceedings against Al-Jazeera TV producer Howayda Taha on a charge of “harming national interest” in a documentary she was preparing about police torture in Egypt.Taha was detained for 24 hours earlier this month, a few days after being stopped at Cairo airport as she was about to fly to Qatar, where Al-Jazeera has its headquarters. She was charged after prosecutors viewed videotapes found in her baggage that contained re-enacted scenes of torture based on the accounts of victims.“We are deeply concerned about the number of journalists and bloggers who are being brought before the courts in Egypt,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Like so many other journalists, Taha is paying a high price for denouncing the abusive practices of a regime that is unable to shake off its old authoritarian reflexes.”Supreme state security court prosecutor Hisham Badawi indicted Taha as a result of a judicial investigation that was launched on 13 January, five days after officials stopped her at Cairo airport and confiscated her laptop and 50 videotapes.Taha was held overnight on 13 January, subjected to several interrogation sessions and then charged with “harming the national interest” and “fabricating images prejudicial to the country’s reputation.” She was released the following day after paying bail of 10,000 pounds (1,360 euros).Hussain Abdel-Ghani, the head of Al-Jazeera’s Cairo bureau, told Reporters Without Borders that the station obtained all the necessary permissions from the interior ministry before Taha began making her documentary about alleged police mistreatment. As a result, Taha was able to interview senior internal security officials and attend police training seminars as part of the preparation.No date has yet been set for the trial, at which Taha will face a possible three-year prison sentence. February 6, 2021 Find out more News January 30, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Authorities decide to try Al-Jazeera producer on charge of “harming national interest” Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein back home after four years in prison Detained woman journalist pressured by interrogator, harassed by prison staff Follow the news on Egypt Organisation
Tags: Snow Badgers Football Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Saturday, the Snow College Badgers’ football squad returned to action for a rare appearance in the autumn by downing Air Force Prep 47-3 at Stoddard Field at Badger Stadium in a scrimmage.The Badgers outgained the Huskies 596-123 in averaging 8.1 yards per snap.Signal-caller Garrison Beach got back into his groove by completing 24-26 passes for 342 yards, 4 touchdowns and an interception.Garrison Beach with a figurative day at the beach as he throws a 48-yard TD pass to Larson. Snow leads 33-0. Beach is 17-19, 279 yards, 3 TD’s/INT— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) October 10, 2020Additionally, tailback Jajuan Cherry amassed 106 scrimmage yards on 8 touches and ran for scoring yards of 40 and 10 yards.Tejhaun Palmer also hauled in four passes for 62 yards and a pair of scores for the Badgers in the win.Snow College hopes to return to the gridiron in March for the spring season . Brad James October 10, 2020 /Sports News – Local Snow Football Downs Air Force Prep 47-3 in Saturday Scrimmage
The University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department ofPediatrics, Division of Pediatric Critical Care and the Children’sHeart Program are seeking a Medical Director of Pediatric CardiacCritical Care at an Associate Professor or Professor level. Themedical director will provide clinical and administrativeleadership for the practice of pediatric cardiac critical care andwill share clinical responsibilities with the current pediatriccritical care faculty.The Pediatric Critical Care serves more than 1000 patients per yearwith a 19-bed facility that provides expert multi-disciplinarycare, and an active pediatric critical care transport system. Theten physician service supports an accredited Fellowship program,and is an integral part of resident education. In addition toproviding clinical services for pediatric patients withlife-threatening, complex medical conditions, the critical careservice supports a patient/family-centered culture. With a hearttransplant program and ECMO/VAD programs, the PICU continues to seean increasing volume of cardiac patients.Ranked by US News & World Report for the 3rd consecutive year,the Children’s Heart Program at the University of MarylandChildren’s Hospital provides the most complex medical,interventional and surgical care for patients with congenital heartdisease from infancy through adulthood, addressing a need forextended cardiac care from before birth through adulthood.The successful candidates will have faculty appointments in theDepartment of Pediatrics of the University of Maryland School ofMedicine at academic levels to be determined by experience. TheUniversity of Maryland Medical Center is a major academic tertiarycare center serving Baltimore, the state of Maryland, and the midAtlantic region. As the oldest public medical school in the UnitedStates, the University of Maryland School of Medicine has anestablished tradition of outstanding clinical care, education, andresearch. The Department of Pediatrics is deeply committed topromoting children’s health in the community and across the state,while supporting innovative clinical programs and expandingresearch initiatives.We are located near the downtown Inner Harbor area, just one ofBaltimore’s many outstanding attractions. From fine arts andorchestras to professional sports teams, first-class dining andshopping to a wealth of historical sites, our city offers a fullrange of recreational and cultural opportunities. Washington, D.C.,Philadelphia and even New York City are within easy reach, as wellas beaches to the east and mountains to the west. Educationalexcellence abounds, as do family-friendly neighborhoods and urbanliving options. Visit us online at www.ummsphysician.jobs to learnmore.Qualifications :The ideal candidate would have training in pediatric critical carewith additional training in pediatric cardiology/cardiac criticalcare and at least 5 years of experience working as a pediatriccardiac intensivist. The candidate should have an interest inclinical and translational research.Interested candidates should submit an online application and referto Position # 03-314-480.The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity,Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans andindividuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Premium Malt Drink, Amstel Malta, has congratulated the senior national female team, the Super Falcons for defeating South Korea at the ongoing Women’s World Cup in France.The Super Falcons defeated the Taegeuk Ladies, 2-0, after an exciting game. Asisat Oshoala scored Nigeria’s second goal after Kim Doyeon had in the heat of play commited an own goal to give Falcons the lead.Nigeria has become the first African side at the ongoing Women’s World Cup to win a group game at the tournament. Speaking on the win, the Portfolio Manager, Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Nigerian Breweries Plc., Ngozi Nkwoji said, “When we tell you the Super Falcons have got balls, we know what we mean. They played a great game and we’re immensely proud of them even as we look forward to more wins from them.”“As the Official Malt drink of the Super Falcons and all the other national teams, we’re standing solidly behind the ladies wishing them even more victories in France,” she added.With a powerful marketing campaign highlighting the power of women, Amstel Malta is showing its support for the senior female national team while urging Nigerians across the country to do the same, cheering them on to victory.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram