SomaliaAfrica Reporters Without Borders said it was appalled by today’s murder of Swedish freelance photo-reporter Martin Adler, who was shot by a hooded gunman while covering a street demonstration in Mogadishu.“Once again a journalist had been gunned down in cold blood and in broad daylight on a Mogadishu street,” the press freedom organisation said. “Our thoughts go out to Martin Adler’s family and friends, whose grief we share. This was an appalling murder, one that turns journalists into pawns in the hands of rival armed clans that use such crimes in their battle for power.”Referring to four other foreign and Somali journalists killed in Mogadishu in the past 12 years, the organisation added: “Like the murders of Kate Peyton, Duniya Muhiyadin Nur, Ilaria Alpi and Miran Hrovatin, this killing should be exhaustively investigated, and all those responsible should be identified and punished.”Adler, who worked for several media including the Swedish daily Aftonbladet, was covering a demonstration by several thousand people today in support of the peace accord reached yesterday between the Islamic courts and the Somali federal transition government. A group of demonstrators had just set fire to an Ethiopian flag when a shot fired by a hooded man hit Adler in the left side of his chest and entered his heart, killing him instantly.Somali journalists told Reporters Without Borders they thought the killing was designed to send a message to the Islamic court militias that recently took control of Mogadishu after ousting the warlords that had carved up the city. Those behind the killing probably wanted to show that, contrary to the claims of the heads of the Islamic courts, security has not been re-established in Mogadishu, they said. It may also have been motivated by anti-western sentiment.Visiting BBC correspondent Kate Peyton was fatally shot in the back by gunmen in a car on 9 February 2005 as she was entering a Mogadishu hotel to meet the speaker of the transitional parliament, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden. Reporters Without Borders was told her killers belonged to a powerful Mogadishu-based clan that wanted to demonstrate that its control over security in the city and denounce foreign meddling in Somali affairs.Duniya Muhiyadin Nur, a Somali journalist with the privately-owned radio station HornAfrik, was killed at a checkpoint by a militiaman on 5 June 2005. Ilaria Alpi, an Italian journalist working for the public TV station RAI 3, and Slovenian cameraman Miran Hrovatin were murdered in Mogadishu on 20 March 1994. News Organisation RSF_en News February 24, 2021 Find out more News Follow the news on Somalia Receive email alerts News SomaliaAfrica to go further Radio reporter gunned on city street in central Somalia RSF and NUSOJ call for release of a journalist held in Somalia’s Puntland region June 23, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Swedish freelance photographer gunned down on Mogadishu street Reporters Without Borders said it was appalled by today’s murder of Swedish freelance photo-reporter Martin Adler, who was shot by a hooded gunman while covering a street demonstration in Mogadishu. “This was an appalling murder, one that turns journalists into pawns in the hands of rival armed clans that use such crimes in their battle for power,” the organisation said. Help by sharing this information RSF requests urgent adoption of moratorium on arrests of journalists March 2, 2021 Find out more January 8, 2021 Find out more
Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death The Odessa Police Department charged six teenagers in connection with the investigations of nine separate shootings over a six month period that left at least two people injured.Police continue to seek two other teens who are wanted in the spree.OPD Spokesman Steve LeSeuer said the series of shootings are suspected gang activity.“It’s not just here, it’s everywhere,” LeSeuer said about gang activity in Odessa. “In this case, it is gang-related.” WhatsApp By admin – May 30, 2018 WhatsApp Lionel Carrasco Police responded to the shootings over a period of nearly six months, occurring in various blocks and an apartment complex in Odessa.The nine shootings were reported on:Jan. 6 in the 500 block of Clifford Street.Feb. 5 at Arbor Terrace Townhomes, 1101 Fitch Ave.Feb. 6 in the 500 block of Clifford Street.March 9 in the 1300 block of Eidson Avenue.March 26 in the 500 block of Clifford Street.March 28 at Arbor Terrace Townhomes.March 28 in the 1400 block of South Jackson Avenue.April 6 in the 500 block of Clifford Street.May 28 in the 1300 block of Lindberg Street.Police charged six suspects in the shooting with engaging in organized criminal activity, a second-degree felony: 17-year-old Ricardo Reyna, 18-year-old Isayah Ramirez, 19-year-old Viviana Gonzales, 18-year-old Thomas Henderson, 17-year-old Lionel Carrasco, and 17-year-old Demidrean Henderson.Two more suspects, 18-year-old Luis Aguirre and 19-yeare-old Isaiah Lara, are still wanted by police.A probable cause affidavit stated detectives learned through the course of the investigation that the suspects had split into several factions, which began rivaling with each other. These groups would perform drive-by shootings on one another’s residences. One of the shootings, in the 1300 block of Eidson Avenue in March, led to the injuries of 18-year-old Nathan Stephens, who was shot once in the abdomen and taken to Medical Center Hospital with serious bodily injury, and 19-year-old Desmond Tuggle, who suffered a minor injury on his left hand. Police say Stephens and Tuggle were not involved.Four more suspects were arrested in connection to the Eidson shooting: 17-year-old Jarius Llanez, 18-year-old Tyler Scott, 17-year-old Ricardo Reyna and 18-year-old Robert Lujan. OPD Spokesman Steve LeSueur said they were only arrested in connection to that shooting, and have not been linked to any other shootings, but said the investigation is still ongoing.Several interviews were conducted with various members of the groups confirming there was conflict, the affidavit detailed, and detectives learned the members had shot at each other, presented firearms against the others or committed violent acts on multiple occasions.Several bullets and spent shell casings were collected from each scene, the affidavit stated, and detectives identified a consistent pattern between each scene, linking the calibers to specific individuals under investigation.Each of the six suspects were taken to the Ector County Detention Center Monday, jail records show, where they still are, and each has a $75,000 bond. suspects.jpg Facebook Isaiah Lara Damidrean Henderson Facebook Police searching for man connected to hit and run Isayah Ramirez 1 of 9 Home Local News Crime Six teens charged with nine shootings Luis Aguirre Local NewsCrime Six teens charged with nine shootings Pinterest Thomas Henderson Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Slap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleFruit Salad to Die ForVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Pinterest Previous articleOPD searching for H-E-B thiefNext articleRelay for Life meeting admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ricardo Reyna Twitter suspects.jpg Viviana Gonzales Twitter
Homepage BannerNews The people of Letterkenny and surrounding areas have shown their good will after dozens of people offered to help a family in need via social media.A post was put up on the Letterkenny Buy and Sell Facebook page asking if anyone would have a bed and mattress to spare for a local family.The post describes how two of the children in the family are sharing a single bed, while an 8-year-child has to currently sleep on the floor.It adds how the child has asked Santa for a bed for Christmas.The response to the post has been phenomenal, with hundreds replying.Dozens offered beds, mattresses, bedside cupboards and wardrobes and toys.While one person even offered to deliver the bed or other items to the family in his van.Meanwhile a spokesperson for the Donegal Childcare Committee says more and more families are struggling at this time of year. Twitter Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dozens of locals show good will to help family in need WhatsApp By News Highland – December 5, 2014 Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Previous articleSlight increase in number of empty commercial premises in DonegalNext articleBrothers free to return to Donegal after dissidents say there is no threat against them News Highland WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest
News UpdatesGujarat High Court Allows Persons Having Full Time/Part Time Jobs Having Law Degree To Get Enrolled, Enrolment Certificate Shall Be Withheld Sparsh Upadhyay7 Nov 2020 7:36 AMShare This – xGujarat High Court on Friday (06th October) watered down Rules 1 and 2 of the Bar Council of Gujarat (Enrollment) Rules paving way for other professionals having LLB degree to get enrolled with the Bar.The Judgment delivered by the Bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath Justice J. B. Pardiwala has in effect, cleared the path for professionals/Employed persons to be admitted as an Advocate and to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginGujarat High Court on Friday (06th October) watered down Rules 1 and 2 of the Bar Council of Gujarat (Enrollment) Rules paving way for other professionals having LLB degree to get enrolled with the Bar.The Judgment delivered by the Bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath Justice J. B. Pardiwala has in effect, cleared the path for professionals/Employed persons to be admitted as an Advocate and to have eligibility to appear in the All India Bar’s test to qualify to become a lawyer.The Bench ordered,”We read down Rules 1 and 2 respectively of the Bar Council of Gujarat (Enrollment) Rules so as to read that a person may be either in full or part-time service or employment or is engaged in any trade, business or profession, who otherwise is qualified to be admitted as an Advocate shall be admitted as an Advocate, however, the enrollment certificate of such a person shall be withheld with the Bar Council and shall lie in deposit with the Council until the concerned person makes a declaration that the circumstances mentioned in Rule 2 have ceased to exist and that he or she has started his/her practice.”[NOTE: As per Rule 1 of the BCG Enrollment Rules, a person who is otherwise qualified to be admitted as an Advocate but is either in full or part-time service or employment or is engaged in any trade, business or profession is not to be admitted as an Advocate.As per Rule 2 of the BCG Enrollment Rules, every person applying to be admitted as an Advocate has to make a declaration in his application that he is not in full or part-time service or employment and that he is not engaged in any trade, business or profession contrary to the rules of State Bar Council and of the Bar Council of India made under the Act.]BackgroundNotably, the Gujarat High Court on 06th October passed an interim order allowing an employed woman to appear for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE).It may be noted that one Twinkle Mangaonkar, an LLB degree holder was engaged with some other profession. Being a single earning member of the family, she had submitted before the Court that she could not afford to give up her present profession (as was required under BCG Rules).[Note: She did give an undertaking before the High Court that she will give up her present job once she clears the AIBE.]To this, the Bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice J. B. Pardiwala had asked the Bar Council of Gujarat to accept her application (for AIBE) and had directed the Council to not ask the writ applicant to resign from her current employment.The Court in its Friday Judgment noted that “the Bar Council of Gujarat acted very smart so as to see that the order passed by this Court dated 06.10.2020 is diluted or not given effect too.”The Court observed that the Bar Council of Gujarat issued the provisional enrollment certificate to the writ applicant (Twinkle Mangaonkar) on the evening of 14.10.2020 (in pursuant to Court interim order dated 06th October).”However, much to the dismay of the writ applicant, she was not able to get herself registered for the All India Bar Examination as the Enrollment Number mentioned in the certificate was not being accepted by the Online Registration System”, states the Judgment delivered by the High Court.The Court noted that the Enrollment Number ordinarily issued by the Bar Council is like G/123-2020 or G/1234-2020, i.e,. consisting of numeral except for the ‘G’.”The Bar Council of Gujarat issued the Enrollment Number as G/Provisional-I/2020, which has not been accepted by the Online Registration System”, noted the Court further.Apart from this, before the Court, the argument canvassed on behalf of the Bar Council of India was that if the writ applicant is permitted to be enrolled as an Advocate, the same may open flood gates for the others.Court’s JudgmentThe principal question which arose before the Court was whether it should strike down Rules 1 and 2 of the Bar Council of Gujarat (Enrollment) Rules being violative of Article 14 of the Constitution or it should uphold the validity by adopting the principle of ‘reading down’ or ‘reading into’ so as to make the rule effective and workable and ensure the attainment of the object of the rule.The Court deliberated on the questions as to what is the object behind Rules 1 and 2 of the State Bar Council (Enrollment) Rules and Rule 49 of the Bar Council of India Rules?. Why such a restriction is sought to be imposed? Why the statute does not permit a person enrolled as an advocate with any particular Bar Council of the State from taking up any other vocation?The Court specifically observed,”It is too much to say that a person desirous to get himself enrolled as an Advocate with the State Bar Council should be asked at its inception to give up any other vocation, business or job and only, thereafter, he can be enrolled on the roll of the State Bar Council.”The Court further said,”We are dealing with a matter, in which, as single mother has come before us saying that no sooner she is enrolled as an Advocate after clearing the Bar Council Entrance Exam, then she would file a declaration on oath that she has given up the job which she has as on date. The lady is in a helpless situation. Today, if she gives up her job being a single mother, and god forbid if she is unable to clear the All India Bar examination, then she would be left without any means of livelihood.”Accordingly, the Court, while reading down Rules 1 and 2 of the Bar Council of Gujarat (Enrollment) Rules directed the Bar Council of Gujarat as well as the Bar Council of India to act accordingly after applying the rules in consonance with what has been stated by the Court and issue a provisional Sanad to the writ applicant so as to entitle her to appear in the Bar Council of India Exam.It was also directed that the Bar Council of Gujarat shall issue the Enrollment Number to the writ applicant on the same line and in the same format as given to all other applicants who apply for enrollment as an Advocate and which is acceptable to and compatible with the On-line All India Bar Examination portal.Case title – Twinkle Rahul Mangaonkar v. Union Of IndiaClick Here To Download Judgment[Read Judgment]Next Story
The Tánaiste says international travel at significant rates might not return by Christmas. It comes as the government has extended level five restrictions until March 5th – with no guarantee they’ll end then.New laws are on the way to enforce mandatory quarantine for a limited number of people arriving into Ireland.But opposition parties believe the government should go further and enforce mandatory quarantine for everyone arriving to Ireland.Tánaiste Leo Varadkar believes that approach would lead to years of travel restrictions for the country;Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/leotravel7am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – January 27, 2021 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Previous articlePlans afoot for Donegal’s 2021 tourism seasonNext articleBrexit impact study on Donegal underway News Highland Significant international travel might not return by Christmas Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Twitter Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Google+
strickke/iStockBy ELLA TORRES and ASHLEY RIEGLE, ABC News(ST. ANTHONY, Idaho) — Preliminary hearings resumed Tuesday for Chad Daybell, who is charged in the case of two Idaho children found dead in June after a months-long search.Daybell’s wife, Lori Vallow, who is the mother of the children, Tylee Ryan and JJ Vallow, has also been charged.The hearings began Monday and included harrowing testimonies from detectives who found the bodies of Tylee and JJ on Daybell’s property on June 9.Detective Ray Dennis Hermosillo said on the stand that about two hours after the search began, detectives marked off an area at Daybell’s home where there was a “recognizable deceased body smell.”Hermosillo said that sod was removed from the area and a black plastic bag, as well as a melted green bucket, were found.The bag contained a round object that was protruding through the dirt, which was later determined to be the skull of JJ, according to Hermosillo.JJ had been wearing red pajamas and black socks, and a white and blue blanket had been placed on top of him, Hermosillo said.He was also found with a “large amount” of duct tape covering his head, arms and feet, according to Hermosillo.The charred remains of Tylee were found in the melted green bucket, Hermosillo said.Both remains were found about six to eight inches under the sod. The grandparents of JJ were seen in court weeping during the gruesome testimony.Daybell, 51, was charged with two felony counts of destruction, alteration or concealment of evidence after the remains were found on his property.Vallow, whose preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 10, is facing two felony counts of desertion and nonsupport of dependent children and one misdemeanor count each of resisting and obstructing an officer, solicitation of a crime and contempt. She was arrested back in February.Both have maintained their innocence.In a testimony from Melanie Gibb, a friend of Daybell and Vallow, Gibb spoke about a phone call she had with Vallow in December — about three months after the children were last seen.Gibb asks where the children are, specifically asking the whereabouts of JJ, according to audio of the call which was played in court.Vallow replies saying she had to move him and was “keeping him protected.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
If you are looking to be considered for future teachingopportunities at Phillips Exeter Academy, we encourage you tocomplete our employment application and upload any relevantmaterials. Once you create an account you will have the ability toedit and add new documents if needed.AccountabilitiesWhile individual responsibilities will vary from one facultyposition to another, the major job duties of all faculty membersinclude the following: Teaching: Faculty teach four classes per trimester. Allclasses are student-centered discussions around a Harkness table.In order to meet the intellectual needs of the school’s highlymotivated students, teachers are expected to be dedicated to dailypreparation for the best possible classes.Cultural Competency: Faculty are expected to demonstraterespect for diversity of identities and experiences, an orientationtoward equity and inclusion, and cultural competency in all aspectsof Academy lifeResidential Life: Faculty generally reside in campushousing and play a critical role in cultivating Exeter’scommunity-centered student dormitory life. Each faculty member isgenerally responsible for one weekend and one to three week nightsof dormitory duty per month, depending on the dormitory size.Advising: Faculty are expected to serve as mentors tostudent advisees throughout students’ time at Exeter. The adviseris the main liaison between an advisee’s family/guardian and theAcademy.Extracurricular Activities: Faculty are expected toparticipate in the school’s extracurricular activities (e.g.coaching, advising student clubs, and/or committee work).Additional RequirementsExperience with diversity or cultural competency education(conferences, seminars, in-service programs, coursework, orindependent study).Proof of authority to work in the Unites States, fulltime.Successful completion of a criminal background check.
Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti beat Mayor Jimmy Davis, 10-7.ANC: Penelope Feeney 6, Sheila O’Neill 2, Giselle Davis 2MJD: Caitlyn Gaetani 3, Kayla Santopietro 2, Anna Kobryn 2 FMBA 12 defeated Perrucci’s CCB, 12-9.FMBA: Taleiyah Smith 10, Tatayanna Watson 1, Charlize Olmo 1CCB: Kennedi Cotter 4, Shea Torres 2, Payton Maquire 2, Tamaya Thomas 1Mayor Jimmy Davis won against FMBA, 14-13.MJD: Kayla Santopietro 8, Anna Kobryn 4, Erin McCullough 2FMBA: Taleiyah Smith 8, Elba Janezko 2, Tatayanna Watson 2, Samara Porch 1Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti beat Perrucci’s CCB, 15-11.ANC: Giselle Davis 6, Sheila O’Neill 4, Penelope Feeney 3, Gia Logan 2CCB: Tamaya Thomas 11
Each year, the students and faculty of the Harvard Foundation and the Memorial Church nominate distinguished individuals from all over the world whose works and deeds on behalf of humanity deserve special recognition. These individuals range from a variety of backgrounds — heads of state, outstanding scholars, religious leaders, artists, and others whose humanitarian efforts have enhanced the quality of our collective lives. The recipient of the Harvard Foundation’s Humanitarian Award is asked to present the Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Lecture.Previous recipients of the Humanitarian award have included Nobel laureates Elie Wiesel and Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu. Other recipients of the Harvard Foundation Humanitarian Award include Rev. Martin Luther King Sr.; James Earl Jones, actor; Kerry Kennedy, human rights advocate; Sharon Stone, actress; Tommy Hilfiger, apparel designer; and heroic pilot Captain Chesley Sullenberger.The 2010 Rev. Professor Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Lecturer and award recipient is Thorbjørn Jagland, chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee, for his notable contributions to humanitarianism and world peace.Jagland is the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee and secretary general of the European Union. Jagland will visit Harvard on Thursday, Nov. 18, as guest of the Harvard Foundation and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs to deliver the Samuel L. and Elizabeth Jodidi Lecture at the Tsai Auditorium, 4-5:30 p.m. The title of his speech is “Individual Rights – Universal Peace.” During his stay, Jagland will also be honored at a special dinner at Winthrop House.