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Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown June 2, 2021 Find out more RSF at the Belarusian border: “The terrorist is the one who jails journalists and intimidates the public” News Receive email alerts BelarusEurope – Central Asia “We welcome opening of criminal investigation in Lithuania in response to our complaint against Lukashenko” RSF says RSF_en Organisation Help by sharing this information News News News Follow the news on Belarus to go further Reporters Without Borders today voiced its support for the Moscow-based daily Kommersant, which has been the target of a smear campaign and hacker attacks on its website for the past two weeks. The newspapers has filed a complaint with the Moscow prosecutor’s office. “We urge the authorities to carry out a swift and thorough investigation to identify those responsible this smear campaign,” the press freedom organisation said. “It is an insult to the work of this newspaper’s journalists, whom we fully support in this case. The accusations make it even harder for them to do their job. The public must be able to have access to the reports in Kommersant, which is one of the country’s few remaining independent news media.” Kommersant was bought on 31 August by mining and metals magnate Alisher Usmanov, who also owns a Gazprom subsidiary. It has demonstrated a degree of independence and itis often criticised by the government. Its journalists are regularly threatened. For the past 10 days, its website has been the target of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, which consist of bombarding a site with an extremely high volume of connection requests and thereby blocking the server. Georgiy Ivanov, the head of Kommersant’s legal department, described the attacks as “the most important against the site since its creation.” Reporters Without Borders tried for half an hour yesterday to connect to the site without success. Young people distributed rolls of toilet paper bearing the newspaper’s logo two weeks ago on the streets of Moscow. Some rolls also bore the mobile phone number of one of its reporters, Yulia Taratuta, who thereafter received many anonymous calls. Kommersant said some of the toilet rolls were even found inside the Duma (parliament) building. May 28, 2021 Find out more March 14, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Support for Moscow daily targeted by smear campaign and hacker attack on website BelarusEurope – Central Asia May 27, 2021 Find out more
New high-end jobs for Shannon NewsBreaking newsLocal NewsCritically ill boy transferred to Dublin hospital after cliff fallBy Staff Reporter – May 6, 2014 566 Previous articleTrial adjourned to allow accused attend mother’s funeralNext articleVoting app developed by UL researcher launched Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Shannon Chamber Webinar to help people cope with the stresses of COVID-19 Twitter No comment on reports that virus victim is medical professional Only re-integration will solve Shannon Airport crisis Print TAGSboyClarecliff fallrescue RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] CRITICALLY ill nine-year-old Limerick boy who was rescued from the sea last Sunday night has been transferred to Dublin for further more extensive treatment after he fell from a cliff on the West Clare Coast.Last Sunday, the boy was fishing off of rocks near Blackhead lighthouse in the company of his father and shortly after 9pm when the alarm was raised a multi agency operation was launched when the boy fell into the water.Doolin Coast Guard and the Shannon based Rescue 115 were scrambled to the scene as it emerged that the boy had fallen from the cliffs to the water 30ft below. He was treading water but unable to come ashore due to the height of the cliffs above.Found unconscious, the boy was rescued from the water and airlifted to Galway University Hospital after receiving CPR at the scene.The boy was understood to be in the water for and his father received cuts and bruises as he tried to scale the cliffs in an effort to rescue his son.This Monday, the boy, who was described as critical, was transferred to Temple Street Hospital for further treatment.At the same location last December, a 47-year-old Lithuanian man was swept out to sea while he was fishing and his body was never recovered. Facebook Email Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow WhatsApp
News Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published What’s been described as a “viable military hand grenade” was thrown at police in Derry yesterday as they were clearing the scene of a security alert in Derry.Several homes had been evacuated and Army bomb experts had been called to the scene to examine a suspicious object in Creggan’s Southway Road area. The alert began at 12.30 and had just been declared a hoax at 5.45 when the attack happened.Police say the device, which did not explode, landed at the feet of a police officer who was speaking to two children under the age of ten. Pinterest Pinterest Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Google+ WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Previous articleIncrease in number of death certificates mentioning alcoholNext articleLetterkenny councillors told City of Culture designation will benefit Donegal News Highland Twitter Grenade thrown at police in Derry By News Highland – May 10, 2011 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton
Comments are closed. British Nuclear Fuels’ HR director Roger Leek is to leave the company aspart of a “clean sweep” of top-level management.The move follows two damning safety reports on the Sellafield nuclearprocessing plant.Leek, who will leave by “mutual consent” at a date yet to befixed, joined BNFL from Volvo where he was senior vice-president.A spokeswoman said an announcement will be made in due course about hissuccessor.A statement issued by BNFL added, “Roger Leek joined BNFL four yearsago. Among his many contributions is the introduction of the new single companycontract for most UK-based staff. But it is now time for a fresh start.”Other staff due to be replaced include finance director Ross Chiese,director of safety David Coulston and six non-executive directors.One of the reports by the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate criticised theplant for a “lack of safety culture”.Seventy staff are to be recruited at Sellafield to allay fears that job cutshave are jeopardising safety.Two years ago, Leek, an executive director, told Personnel Today the companywas looking to reduce its rigid management structure from eight levels to four.Leek, who has 30 years experience in human resources, has also worked forGoodyear and Thorn EMI. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article BNFL HR head to go in ‘clean sweep’On 2 May 2000 in Personnel Today
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Thursday and Saturday, Utah State men’s basketball (9-3, 6-0 in Mountain West Conference play) hosts San Diego State (10-2, 3-1 in Mountain West play) at the Spectrum.The Aggies score 77.8 points per game, ranking them 79th nationally in scoring offense.Defensively, Utah State surrenders 60.5 points per game, ranking the Aggies 13th nationally in scoring defense.Furthermore, Utah State ranks third nationally in rebounding margin (+12.8). The Aggies out-rebound opponents 42.2-29.3 on-average.Redshirt junior guard Marco Anthony (12.9 points per game) is the Aggies’ leading scorer on the season.Also scoring in double figures on-average for Utah State are Portuguese national, junior center Neemias Queta (12.3 points per game, team-bests in rebounding [8.8 per game], assists , steals  and blocked shots ), junior forward Justin Bean (11.6 points per game, 7.9 rebounds per contest) and freshman guard Rollie Worster (10.2 points per game).The Aggies are coached by Craig Smith, who is 63-18 (.778) in his third season at Utah State. Smith is 142-73 (.660) as a Division I head coach, including his time at South Dakota (2014-2018).San Diego State scores 72.1 points per game, tying the Aztecs for 181st nationally in scoring offense with Idaho State.Defensively, the Aztecs rank 14th nationally in scoring defense, surrendering 60.7 points per contest.San Diego State’s leading scorer is senior forward Matt Mitchell (15.8 points per game) who also leads the squad in steals, with 14.Also scoring in double figures on-average for the Aztecs are senior guard Jordan Schakel (13.3 points per game) and Ghanaian national, junior forward Nathan Mensah (10.6 points, team-leads in rebounds [7.4 boards per game] and blocked shots ).Senior guard Trey Pulliam leads the Aztecs in assists, with 36.The Aztecs are coached by Brian Dutcher, who is 82-28 (.745) in his fourth season at the helm.San Diego State leads Utah State 13-6 all-time and 4-2 at Logan. Written by Tags: USU Basketball January 14, 2021 /Sports News – Local Utah State Men’s Basketball Faces San Diego State Thursday and Saturday Brad James
October 19, 2017 Back to overview,Home naval-today US, UAE kick off amphibious drill Iron Magic View post tag: Amphibious View post tag: Iron Magic View post tag: UAE Navy Authorities US Marines and amphibious forces were joined by armed forces of the United Arab Emirates on October 15 to start a two-week amphibious exercise called Iron Magic.Iron Magic enables regional partners to coordinate amphibious landing, infantry training, military operations in urban terrain (MOUT), mechanized assault and maneuver, life fire, helicopter assault and internal security training events off the coast of the UAE.Naval Amphibious Force, Task Force 51 and the 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (TF 51/5) will be operating from the dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor during the exercise.“USS Pearl Harbor and embarked 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit sailors and marines will conduct critical amphibious training with the UAE armed forces to enhance capabilities in critical mission sets inherent to the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps team operating within the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility,” said Brig. Gen. Frank Donovan, TF 51/5 commander. “Recurring training opportunities with our UAE partners supports the professional development of our forces and military-to-military relationship development and is in keeping with our shared dedicated efforts to ensure regional stability, security and prosperity.”“We look forward to training alongside the UAE Armed Forces on specific skillsets inherent to both of our units,” said Lt. Col. James Stover, the Combat Logistics Battalion 15 commanding officer and landing force commander of troops aboard USS Pearl Harbor. “This is an excellent opportunity to strengthen tactical proficiencies ranging from amphibious ship to shore operations, logistical sustainment from a sea base and ashore, and infantry tactics; everything we will be doing increases knowledge and cooperation between our two militaries to be better prepared to address security concerns together.” Share this article View post tag: US Navy US, UAE kick off amphibious drill Iron Magic
They have been a fundamental part of modern industry for more than a century, but the development of new catalysts to speed chemical processes has remained frustratingly hit-or-miss.Now, a group of Harvard researchers is approaching the problem in an entirely new way.Working with colleagues at several national laboratories and other partnering institutions, researchers at the Department of Energy-funded Energy Frontier Research Center’s Integrated Mesoscale Architectures for Sustainable Catalysis (IMASC) at Harvard are combining tightly-controlled experimental conditions and computational tools to develop novel methods for developing catalysts and new ways to understand the process of catalysis.Led by Cynthia Friend, the Theodore William Richards Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Materials Science and director of the Rowland Institute, the IMASC researchers have gained new insight into exactly how catalysis works — findings that could play an important role in the design and development of more energy-efficient catalysts. The work is described in a Dec. 19 paper published in Nature Materials.“This is really a paradigm shift in catalyst discovery,” Challa S.S.R. Kumar, the program’s managing director, said. “For 100 years or more, this was a trial-and-error process. In recent years, people are striving for a more systematic approach. Our center, through synergistic collaboration between the investigators from the partnering institutions, is establishing new principles for understanding catalytic reactions under very tightly controlled conditions, with computational modeling. These principles are used to develop catalysts that work under real-world conditions.”With those principles in mind, researchers are currently exploring the use of nanoporous silver-gold alloys as improved catalysts.“These catalyst materials are designed based on our model systems,” Kumar said.To aid in the development of catalytic materials, Friend and colleagues from the Lawrence Berkeley, Brookhaven, and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories set out to observe the process of catalysis as it happens. Cutting-edge scientific tools yielded images of the atoms in the material and monitored how the composition of the catalyst surface changed. Microscopy facilities at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at Brookhaven and the Advanced Light Source at Berkeley were essential for these experiments.“We know we can design the catalysts and then transmit them to realistic conditions, but we didn’t know how the catalyst materials behave as catalysis is occurring,” Kumar said. “That’s a critical piece of information that has not been taken into consideration when designing new catalysts.“What we have shown with this paper is that we now have the tools to investigate how catalysts dynamically change just before catalysis, during catalysis, and after catalysis,” he continued. “And these dynamic changes can be correlated to the activity and selectivity of the catalyst.”Improving industrial chemical processes isn’t the only reason for developing new catalysts.Nearly one-third of the world’s energy is devoted to the chemical industry, Kumar said, so finding ways to make those processes more efficient — either by speeding them up or by enabling them to take place at lower temperatures — could yield a significant environmental impact.“There is a huge carbon footprint left by many of these chemical processes, some of which are more than 100 years old,” Kumar said. “If we can reduce the energy budget for those processes … it could have a tremendous impact on energy usage, and dramatically change that carbon footprint. And now we have the tools to do that.”
Golden Globe nominee Jake Gyllenhaal may not have taken home a trophy at the January 11 ceremony for his performance in Nightcrawler, but he still had plenty to celebrate. Not only did his sister Maggie nab an award, but his Constellations co-star Ruth Wilson also won big! The newly-minted Broadway stars flew out to Los Angeles to attend the Golden Globes, and will be back in New York City just in time for their opening night in the Nick Payne drama on January 13. Check out this adorable photo of the co-stars celebrating at the InStyle and Warner Brothers party at the Beverly Hilton, then see them fall in love on Broadway in Constellations! Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 15, 2015 Constellations
Related Shows The Heidi Chronicles Show Closed This production ended its run on May 3, 2015 View Comments The first Broadway revival of Wendy Wassterstein’s The Heidi Chronicles will play its final performance on May 3, according to The New York Times. The Pam MacKinnon-helmed production stars Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs and Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham. Performances were initially scheduled to run through August 9. At the time of its closing, the production will have played 80 performances at the Music Box Theatre.“We were very well reviewed, and the performances were remarkable, but people didn’t come to see it,” producer Jeffrey Richards told the Times. “Whether it was how crazy busy it was at this time of year or the consumer being asked to choose between so many shows, Heidi Chronicles was not at the top of their list.”The Heidi Chronicles won both the Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize in 1989. This is the first revival since the original production shuttered in 1990. The show spans over 20 years, following Heidi Holland (Moss) from high school to her career as an art historian and how she copes with feminism, men, politics and motherhood.In addition to Moss, Biggs and Pinkham, the cast includes Tracee Chimo, Ali Ahn, Leighton Bryan, Elise Kibler and Andy Truschinski.Broadway.com customers with tickets to canceled performances will be contacted with information on refunds or exchanges.