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Reporters Without Borders has learned that Dunya News TV cameraman Fayyaz was shot in the back today while covering a meeting of the Punjab provincial assembly in Lahore. It was unclear who fired the shot but fellow journalists said they thought it was a targeted attack linked to his coverage of criticism of an important local party called Nawaz.Fayyaz was rushed to hospital after the shooting and was said to be out of danger.Reporters Without Borders urges the police to carry out a serious investigation with the aim of quickly identifying those responsible for the shooting. It also calls on Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah Khan to keep his promise to cooperate with the media and to ensure that the police do not rule out the possibility that today’s shooting was targeted. Fayyaz was shot when he and other journalists went to interview members of the provincial assembly in a tent that had been specially erected for the occasion.The police said Fayyaz appeared to have been hit by a “stray bullet.” But, in the absence of any other shooting in the area, this was strongly disputed by members of the Punjab Union of Journalists (PUJ), who said they would boycott the assembly until an independent investigation into the shooting was carried out. Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists March 14, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 TV cameraman shot in the back, police blame “stray bullet” April 21, 2021 Find out more June 2, 2021 Find out more News PakistanAsia – Pacific Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder News Follow the news on Pakistan Receive email alerts RSF_en News “It was deliberate attempt and the journalist was targeted,” PUJ president Rana Azeem told Reporters Without Borders.Today’s incident was preceded by tension and scathing media criticism of Nawaz, which had been accused of advocating anti-democratic standards and taking bribes from controversial Muslim pressure groups. to go further PakistanAsia – Pacific News Organisation Help by sharing this information Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire January 28, 2021 Find out more
Print Linkedin Previous articleRiver search launched for teenage girlNext articleIsabelle realises her dream admin Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp AN 18-year-old man has died following a road accident in Co Limerick early this morning.The single-vehicle collision occurred on the Listowel Road outside of Abbeyfeale at 4am.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It is believed the driver of the car lost control and the vehicle hit a wall.The man was taken to Tralee General Hospital where he was pronounced dead.The road is currently closed for a technical examination of the scene.Gardai are appealing for anyone who may have travelled on this stretch of road around the time of the crash to contact them at Newcastle West on 069-20650 NewsLocal NewsMan dies in County Limerick crashBy admin – August 25, 2009 640 Facebook Email
It was almost a year ago that we were dealing with a major coastal storm. The infamous Winter Storm “Jonas”, as it was called, dumped heavy snow then heavy rain along the coast with strong gusty winds and significant flooding. Now another coastal storm is set to bring another dose of heavy rain, gusty winds and flooding for late Sunday into Monday. Only this time, you don’t have to worry about the snow.Rain will arrive late Sunday as a low pressure system to our south will begin moving offshore. The difference between the High Pressure to our north and Low Pressure to our south will cause a tight gradient for a period of time over our area allowing strong onshore winds to increase rapidly late Sunday night into Monday.Northeast winds 20-30 mph gusting to 50 -60mph especially Monday morning.This will cause seas to build 7-12 feet with breakers along the coast around 5-8 feet. Water will begin to push into the bays and cause flooding during times of high tide. Fortunately, were are in a period of low astronomical tides so only minor flooding is expected at this time. However, if the timing of the storm surge occurs closer to high tide, moderate flooding is possible.Ocean City High TidesMonday- 4:39AM & 5:00PMFlooding will occur as back bays fill up around 2 hours after high tide which will cause street flooding during Monday morning commute and also Monday evening.Heavy rainfall will also add to the flooding concerns as 1″-2″ of rain is expected.The wind and seas will decrease later in the day on Monday and especially Tuesday as the coastal storm lifts north and away from the coast.Rain will end Tuesday morning as the storm pulls away. Temperatures will continue to stay on the mild side with highs topping out around 50 degrees as we move into next week.
Batesville, In. — Fire Chief Todd Schutte is pleased to announce Batesville Fire & Rescue has hired two new full-time firefighter/EMT’s.Donovan Imel, 23, is a 2014 Waldron High School graduate and has worked as a part-time EMT for Batesville Fire & Rescue since July 2015. Imel has also served on Ripley County EMS.“It is a dream come true for me to say that I am now a career fireman,” said Imel.Gary Hardin III, 23, will continue his family’s legacy as a third-generation firefighter. The 2013 Franklin County High School graduate has served on Sunman Rural Fire Department for five years. Hardin has also worked for Rescue 69, Ripley County EMS and Rescue 20.“My father and grandfather have both been firefighters, so I’ve been involved in the fire service my whole life,” explained Hardin. “I remember going to fires when I was a young kid and honestly there is nothing else I would rather do.”Both firefighters successfully completed an extensive hiring process and have the necessary Firefighter II and EMT-B certifications.