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Israel now holding 13 Palestinian journalists The newspaper Filastine’s former bureau chief, Sabri had been detained since 4 January. No date has been set for his trial. Help by sharing this information News May 16, 2021 Find out more After being released on the morning of 9 March, Sabri had been due to give an interview at his home at midday to Mosab Al-Khatib, the correspondent of the satellite TV station Al-Quds, and Pal Media cameraman Ashraf Abu Shawish about the role of the Palestinian Union of Journalists. March 11, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Security forces raid journalist’s home just hours after his release “Sabri’s release is good news, but Palestinian journalists continue to endure a harrowing environment,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The targets of arrests and raids, they are made to pay for the political tension between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas. Press freedom is the victim of political rivalry and score-settling in both parts of the Palestinian Territories.” Reporters Without Borders deplores the fact that journalist Mustafa Sabri’s home in Qaliqilya, in the north of the West Bank, was raided by members of the security forces as he was about to give an interview on 9 March, just hours after he was released from prison on payment of 5,000 Jordanian dinars (5,160 euros) in bail. PalestineMiddle East – North Africa In Gaza City, individuals claiming to be members of the Hamas interior ministry’s security forces, raided the home of Noufouz Al-Bakri, the correspondent of the newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, on 7 March, a day after she criticised women’s rights violations in the Gaza Strip in an article posted online. Paul Martin, a British cameraman who had been held in Gaza City since 14 February, was released this morning and deported from the Gaza Strip via the Erez crossing into Israel. The Hamas authorities told him he is banned from returning. Martin was arrested as he was about to testify at the trial of a Palestinian friend accused of collaborating with Israel. May 28, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts June 3, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Palestine RSF asks ICC prosecutor to say whether Israeli airstrikes on media in Gaza constitute war crimes News WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists News PalestineMiddle East – North Africa News RSF_en Organisation As the interview was about to begin, several members of the Palestinian Authority’s security forces knocked on the door. Confiscating their video cassette and mobile phones, they forbade the journalists to carry out the interview on the grounds that they had not obtained permission. to go further
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As we come back to the office from the winter holidays, one thing likely on our minds is sticking to New Year’s resolutions. We all start the year with aspirations to lead better, healthier lives, but it can be difficult to maintain those goals and the pressure of keeping them only adds stress.That’s why this blog from leadership coach Alli Polin caught my eye. Instead of making resolutions, Polin advocates for embracing a word to guide your year. Her word for the year: Flow.“…flow is about going with the flow, finding flow, and creating flow from places of resistance,” she writes.From a business standpoint, “flow” is a great tactic. Leaders of organizations and teams are constantly balancing responsibilities – from responding to emails to addressing employee concerns to developing strategy and motivating teammates to accomplish it. But keeping a sense of “flow” can help you deal with the unexpected as things arise.
Walters was dismissed in the 78th minute of the Barclays Premier League contest at Carrow Road for a foul on Canaries midfielder Alexander Tettey. The Potters forward will now serve a three-match suspension. Stoke have lost an appeal against Jonathan Walters’ red card in the 1-1 draw with Norwich on Saturday, the Football Association has announced. Adam was charged with violent conduct after he appeared to stand on the leg of Gunners striker Olivier Giroud. Referee Mike Jones did not see the incident during the match but it was picked up on television footage and, although the Potters contested the FA’s decision to punish the player, an independent panel upheld the charge. Following the FA’s announcement about Walters, Stoke issued their own statement on Tuesday which said: “The club gave careful consideration to whether or not to appeal Jon’s sending-off but we felt compelled to do so in the interest of consistency after three incidents of a more serious nature in the Premier League last weekend failed to result in red cards. “We are disappointed with the lack of consistency that this decision seemingly supports.” A statement on the FA’s official website on Tuesday afternoon said: “Following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing today, a claim of wrongful dismissal concerning Stoke City’s Jonathan Walters was rejected. “Walters was dismissed for serious foul play during the game against Norwich City on 8 March 2014. “His three-match suspension will commence with immediate effect.” Walters’ sending off came five minutes after he had netted Stoke’s equaliser from the penalty spot. Following the match, Potters boss Mark Hughes expressed his unhappiness at referee Andre Marriner’s decision to dismiss Walters for his high challenge on Tettey. ”I’ve looked at the incident and there is contact and Jon has accepted that he caught him,” Hughes said. ”But both players had their feet high and I think the punishment was too harsh for the crime. Both players just intended to win the ball and Jon just caught him with his follow through.” Stoke already have midfielder Charlie Adam serving a three-game ban, which began with the Norwich fixture, after he was retrospectively punished following an incident in their previous outing, a 1-0 home win over Arsenal – in which Walters also scored a penalty. Press Association
World champions Germany secured a first Confederations Cup title after victory against Copa America winners Chile in yesterday’s final in St Petersburg, Russia.Lars Stindl hit the first-half winner following a mistake by Marcelo Diaz.Chile’s Arturo Vidal and Angelo Sagal both blazed over the bar in the closing stages.Germany’s Timo Werner was elbowed by Gonzalo Jara, who escaped with a yellow card despite the use of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).Earlier, Adrien Silva scored an extra-time penalty as Portugal recovered from a goal down to beat Mexico 2-1 in the third-place play-off in Moscow.Luis Neto bundled into his own net to hand Mexico the lead, but Pepe stabbed home a stoppage-time equaliser to force an extra 30 minutes at Spartak Stadium.Having seen their teamÂ win the European Under-21 ChampionshipÂ in PolandÂ on Friday, Germany’s fans can celebrate another impressive tournament victory 12 months before they launch the defence of their world title.Their success in Russia has been achieved without a number of players whoÂ helped beat Argentina in RioÂ three years ago to be crowned world champions.Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, midfielders Mesut Ozil and Toni Kroos, and forward Thomas Muller have been rested before next summer’s World Cup.That has allowed a new generation to come to the fore.Midfielder Leon Goretzka, 22, has excelled while 21-year-old forward Timo Werner has also shown he has a bright international future ahead of him.It was Werner who seized on a moment of madness by Diaz to create the goal. The Chilean gave away possession on the edge of his own penalty area, allowing the RB Leipzig forward to square the ball for Stindl to tap home.Germany should have doubled their lead before the break after another error. Jara’s lapse in concentration let in Goretzka but Claudio Bravo did well to spread his frame and block.FIFA’s decision to trial the VAR system has led to a series of debatable moments throughout the tournament and the final provided one more.Referee Milorad Mazic used a video replay to watch Jara’s challenge on Werner, and decided the elbow across the face from the Chilean was worthy of a yellow card and not a red.The process took around four minutes, and while the technology was used properly, it shows that referee’s decisions are still open to interpretation and conjecture.In the group stages, six “game-changing decisions” were made using VAR, along with another 29 “major incidents” – according to FIFA’s Head Referee Massimo Busacca. That is 35 decisions in 12 games.There was controversy inÂ Chile’s semi-final win,Â when Portugal defender Jose Fonte appeared to foul Francisco Silva in the box, but the referee did not award a penalty – or ask to see the incident again.In the group game betweenÂ Germany and Cameroon,Â the referee sent off the wrong player after watching a replay, before correcting the mistake following a second viewing.And inÂ Mexico’s group game against New Zealand,Â there was a long delay late in the game as the referee watched back a melee between players. He initially booked one player, before stopping the game again and booking two more.Â Â Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram