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Release of Journalist Mostafa Darban

first_img December 16, 2020 Find out more December 28, 2020 Find out more News The IRNA news agency chief in Baghdad, Mostafa Darban, was released on 27August and has returned to Teheran, the agency announced. He was freed onthe eve of the visit to Iran of Iraqi interim deputy prime minister BarhamSalih.Darban was arrested on 9 August along with three other IRNA journalists,Mohammad Khafaji, Mohsen Madani and Abu Ali, and taken to the interiorministry. The Iraqis confirmed their arrest only later and gave noexplanation. Darban said he did not know why he had been arrested. IRNAgave no news of Khafaji, Madani and Ali.——————————————————————– 23.08.2004  Iranian delegation allowed to see IRNA’s detained Baghdad bureau chief Iran’s foreign minister said on 19 August that the detained chief of the news agency IRNA’s Baghdad bureau, Mostafa Darban, was in good shape. An Iranian government delegation was able to meet with him on 17 August in the headquarters of the Iraqi interior ministry in Baghdad, where he is being held. Darban was arrested along with three of his journalists – Mohammad Khafaji, Mohsen Madani and Abu Ali – on the night of 9 August.Iraqi government officials for first time confirmed to the Iranian authorities that the four journalists were detained but did not explain why. Amir Hossein Motahar, one of the Iranian interior ministry officials who saw Darban, said he held the Iraqi government “responsible for their safety.”——————————————————————– 12.08.2004 Arrest of four Iranian news agency journalists Reporters Without Borders said today it was extremely concerned about the arrest of Mostafa Darban, head of the Baghdad bureau of the Iranian news agency IRNA, and three of his journalists by Iraqi police late on 9 August. All four are being held at the interior ministry.”We deplore this arrest and we are especially concerned because the police have not given any explanation and remained vague about the four journalists’ situation” the worldwide press freedom organisation said. “We ask interior minister Falah al-Naqib to say why they are being detained and we call for their immediate release.”Darban and agency staffers Mohammad Khafaji, Mohsen Madani and Abu Ali were picked up by uniformed police at IRNA office in Baghdad and their equipment confiscated. The news agency’s head office in Teheran had first feared they may have been kidnapped.Other Iranian journalists have been similarly arrested in Iraq. Two journalists from the state-owned TV station IRIB, Said Aboutaleb and Soheil Karimi, were arrested on 1st July last year by US troops and held for four months for allegedly undermining the security of Iraq. US officials did not tell the Iranian consul in Baghdad they had been arrested until two weeks later. RSF_en Reporters Without Borders said today it was extremely concerned about the arrest of Mostafa Darban, head of the Baghdad bureau of the Iranian news agency IRNA, and three of his journalists by Iraqi police late on 9 August. All four are being held at the interior ministry. Help by sharing this information Organisation RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” August 27, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Release of Journalist Mostafa Darban Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan February 15, 2021 Find out more Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” News to go further Follow the news on Iraq News Receive email alerts News IraqMiddle East – North Africa IraqMiddle East – North Africa last_img read more

Israpil Shovkhalov

first_img Europe – Central AsiaRussia Assen Yordanov Bulgaria Find out more Europe – Central AsiaRussia Receive email alerts to go further Follow the news on Russia Svetlana Reiter Russia Find out more Brankica Stanković Serbia Find out morecenter_img Khadija Ismayilova Azerbaijan Find out more Help by sharing this information Israpil Shovkhalov edits Dosh, the only independent magazine that specializes in political, economic and social developments in Chechnya and the rest of the Russian Caucasus. Since its creation in 2003, it has served as a unique information outlet and forum for dialogue in the face of government censorship and ubiquitous violence. But tackling such sensitive subjects as corruption, enforced disappearances and the consequences of Chechnya’s two wars entails risk. Shovkhalov and Dosh publisher Abdulla Duduyev were briefly kidnapped in Ingushetia in March 2010. Harassment, threats and smear campaigns have nonetheless not stopped Dosh from covering the Caucasus on a shoestring. On the contrary, Shovkhalov and Duduyev keep on developing new projects. In 2013, they and the NGO Sintem together launched a magazine by and for women called Slovo Zhenshchiny. Ismail Saymaz Turkey Find out more Information hero Israpil Shovkhalov See morelast_img read more

U.S. coal consumption to fall to 1979 levels by year’s end, government agency says

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Associated Press:Americans are consuming less coal in 2018 than at any time since Jimmy Carter’s presidency, a federal report said Tuesday, as cheap natural gas and other rival sources of energy frustrate the Trump administration’s pledges to revive the U.S. coal industry.A report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration projected Tuesday that 2018 would see the lowest U.S. coal consumption since 1979, as well as the second-greatest number on record of coal-fired power plants shutting down.The country’s electrical grid accounts for most of U.S. coal consumption. U.S. coal demand has been falling since 2007 in the face of competition from increasingly abundant and affordable natural gas and renewable energy, such as solar and wind power. Tougher pollution rules also have compelled some older, dirtier-burning coal plants to close rather than upgrade their equipment to trap more harmful coal emissions.President Donald Trump has made bringing back the coal industry and abundant coal jobs a tenet of his administration. He and other Republicans frequently attacked former President Barack Obama for waging what they called a “war on coal” through increased regulations that Republicans said killed jobs and harmed the industry. “The coal industry is back,” Trump declared at one rally in West Virginia last summer.Federal government figures continue to show otherwise, however, as market forces inexorably tamp down coal demand. The Energy Information Administration says coal consumption by the country’s power grid will end the year down 4 percent, and fall another 8 percent in 2019.More: U.S. coal consumption drops to lowest level since 1979 U.S. coal consumption to fall to 1979 levels by year’s end, government agency sayslast_img read more

Second DCA JNC taking applications

first_img December 1, 2002 Regular News S econd DCA JNC taking applications Applications are being sought to fill a vacancy on the Second District Court of Appeal, created by the resignation of Judge John R. Blue effective January 31, 2003.Applications will be screened by the Second District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission, which will send nominees to the governor. The governor then has 60 days from the receipt of the nominees to make the appointment.Applicants must reside within the Second DCA, be a registered voter, and have been a member in good standing of The Florida Bar for the preceding 10 years. Application forms are available from Ky M. Koch, 200 N. Garden Avenue, Suite A, Clearwater 33755.Ten copies of the completed application and attachments must be received by Koch no later than 5 p.m., Wednesday, December 4. Application forms are also available to download from The Florida Bar Web site at www.FLABAR.org.Any questions concerning this process should be directed to Koch at (727) 446-6248. Second DCA JNC taking applicationslast_img read more