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News February 1, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Egypt Less press freedom than ever in Egypt, 10 years after revolution to go further EgyptMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abuses News Organisation January 22, 2021 Find out more November 23, 2016 Two-year jail terms for three leaders of journalists union Receive email alerts Head of Syndicate Yahia Qalash in early May – MOHAMED EL-SHAHED / AFP Help by sharing this information February 6, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the government’s continuing harassment of Egypt’s Journalists Syndicate, three of whose leaders were given two-year jail sentences on 19 November for allegedly harbouring two journalists at its headquarters last May who were wanted by the authorities. The three are Yahya Qalash, the Syndicate’s president, Gamal Abd El-Raheem, its secretary-general, and Khaled El-Balshy, the head of its freedoms committee, who is also the editor of the newspaper Al Bedaiah. They did not attend the hearing at which they were sentenced but they decided to appeal. The court has allowed them to stay out of jail pending the outcome of the appeal on bail of 10,000 Egyptian pounds (530 euros). The first appeal hearing has been scheduled for 25 December. “The situation of journalists in Egypt is not improving,” said Alexandra El Khazen, the head of RSF’s Middle East desk. “These unprecedented prison sentences for key figures in the Journalists Syndicate suggest an ever darker future for the media in this country. We call on the authorities to free all journalists who are being held just for doing their job.” The three union leaders were convicted of harbouring two journalists with the opposition website Yanair, Mahmoud Saqqa and Amr Badr, who staged a sit-in inside the union’s headquarters and who were arrested when police stormed it on 1 May. Accused of spreading false rumours about Egypt’s decision to return two small islands, Tiran and Sanafir, to Saudi Arabia and inciting protests against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government in April, Saqqa and Badr were released provisionally in August and September respectively. Another hearing was held on 19 November in the case with more than 700 defendants who were arrested then police dispersed a mass sit-in in Cairo’s Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square in August 2013. They include Mahmoud Abou Zeid, a photojournalist also known as Shawkan, whose lawyers reiterated a request for his release on medical grounds because he has hepatitis C. The next hearing is scheduled for 10 December. On 21 October, the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention said it regarded Abou Zeid’s detention as arbitrary and called for his immediate release. On 20 November, a judge ordered the provisional release of Ismail Alexandrani – a journalist specializing in the Sinai and one of the nominees for this year’s RSF Press Freedom Prize – who has been held since November 2015 on charges of spreading false information and being a member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood. However, Alexandrani’s release was blocked when a prosecutor filed an appeal against the release order and the court accepted the appeal. His detention has been extended for another 45 days. Two journalists pardoned Two journalists were among the 82 detainees who were given a presidential pardon on 17 November. One is Islam al-Behairy, a presenter on Al-Kahera wal Nas, a privately-owned TV channel, who was arrested in December 2015 and was given a one-year sentence on a blasphemy charge. The other is Mohamed Ali Salah, a photographer for the opposition news website El-Shaab el-Jadeed, who was arrested while covering a student demonstration at Al-Azhar University, in the east Cairo district of Nasr City, in December 2013. He was sentenced to three years in prison on various charges including spreading false information and participating in an illegal demonstration. Egypt is ranked 158th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. News Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein back home after four years in prison EgyptMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abuses Detained woman journalist pressured by interrogator, harassed by prison staff News
Twitter Local NewsBusiness Facebook Pinterest Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 WhatsApp Global Patient Controlled Injectors Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– The “Patient Controlled Injectors Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Product; Application; Distribution Channel, and Geography” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. According to this report the global patient controlled injectors market is expected to reach $2,969.47 million by 2027 from $7,505.70 million in 2019. The market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2020 to 2027. The report highlights trends prevailing in the global patient controlled injectors market and the factors driving market along with those that act as hindrances. Based on product, the global patient controlled injectors market is segmented into electronic wearable injector, mechanical wearable injector, and infusion pumps. In 2019, the electronic wearable injectors segment held the largest share of the market; whereas, the mechanical wearable injectors segment is estimated to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period. Factors such as rising adoption of mechanical injectors and emphasis on superior treatment outcomes are estimated to contribute to the mechanical wearable injectors segment growth. The growth of the patient controlled injectors market is attributed to the factors such as increasing prevalence of chronic conditions and acceptance of patient controlled injectors due to better patient compliance. However, lack of awareness and adoption of patient controlled injectors in emerging countries is likely to restraint the growth of the market during the forecast period. The demand for patient controlled injectors increased during the pandemic period. Factors such as increased patient population, shortage of healthcare resources, and ease of increased the adoption of injectors had positive impact on the market by certain extent. However, implementation of physical distancing policies and total shut down of businesses in order to prevent the viral infection disrupted the supply chain operations, which caused a negative impact on the market growth. Reasons to Buy: Save and reduce time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the growth, size, leading players and segments in the patient controlled injectors market.Highlights key business priorities in order to assist companies to realign their business strategies.The key findings and recommendations highlight crucial progressive industry trends in the global patient controlled injectors market, thereby allowing players across the value chain to develop effective long-term strategies.Develop/modify business expansion plans by using substantial growth offering developed and emerging markets.Scrutinize in-depth global market trends and outlook coupled with the factors driving the market, as well as those hindering it.Enhance the decision-making process by understanding the strategies that underpin security interest with respect to client products, segmentation, pricing and distribution Market Dynamics Drivers Increasing Prevalence of Chronic DiseasesRising Patient Compliance Restraints Lack of Adoption in Emerging Countries Opportunities Technological Advancements and Design Development Future Trends Consolidation of Market Companies Mentioned West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.Gerresheimer AGF. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE LTD.Johnson and Johnson Services, Inc.Ypsomed AGWestbourne Medical LimitedEnable InjectionsscPharmaceuticals Inc.United Therapeutics CorporationBD For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/h2e8u View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005691/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH MEDICAL DEVICES SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 12:45 PM/DISC: 02/08/2021 12:45 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005691/en TAGS Previous articlePOLL ALERT: South Carolina returns to No. 1 in women’s college basketball, showdown with No. 2 UConn looming.Next articleMechanix Wear Partners with clim8 to Launch First Intelligent Heated Work Gloves Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter
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Top StoriesCentre To Take Steps For Free Of Cost Repatriation Of Indians Unable To Meet Flight Fare : Kerala HC [Read Order] Sanya Talwar9 May 2020 9:35 AMShare This – xThe High Court of Kerala on Friday observed that the Government of India must take adequate steps to ensure repatriation of those who are unable to meet the flight charges as applicable.”….it is pointed out that the Government of India may also take steps to ensure that those who are unable to meet the flight charges may be expatriated free of costs… we observe that in case,…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?LoginThe High Court of Kerala on Friday observed that the Government of India must take adequate steps to ensure repatriation of those who are unable to meet the flight charges as applicable.”….it is pointed out that the Government of India may also take steps to ensure that those who are unable to meet the flight charges may be expatriated free of costs… we observe that in case, any expatriate expresses difficulty to pay flight charges and if it is found to be genuine, the embassy and missions of the Government of India may take steps in coordination with other non Government Organizations abroad for the transportation of such persons , If they have secured necessary registration with the appropriate authorities for their repatriation” – Kerala HC (Excerpt of Order)A Division bench of Justices Shaji P. Chaly & M.R. Anitha made various other observations while hearing a batch of petitions filed for purposes of issues surrounding Indian stranded abroad due to the lockdown.The Court also took note of the detailed report filed on behalf of the State Government in line with steps taken for cross-border evacuation of citizens stranded Abroad as well as the Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) issued by the Centre for the said purpose.”it is clear that an action plan is prepared by the Government of India to repatriate the expatriates stranded in foreign countries consequent to the closure of the Indian Airports employing non-scheduled aircrafts and the ships belonging to the Indian Navy. The SOP issued by the Government of India would also make it clear that strict guidelines are issued by the Government of India with respect to the protocol to be followed by the expatriates and the respective State Governments” – Bench In light of the above, bench directed that as the GOI had derived a plan for expatriation of Indian Citizens only for the period between May 7 to May 13 as on date, plans for repatriation of the registered expatriates must be made. The Court also directed that the a statement in this regard also be submitted before the bench.Further to this, the issue of conflict between the SOP issued by the Central and State Governments with regard to quarantine (post completion of evacuation) also came up, wherein the Court considered it appropriate that the Petition(s) be taken up again for further statements of the Central and State Governments on May 12.It is also noteworthy to point out that the bench also took up the issue of the Fundamental Rights envisaged in the Constitution with respect to Article 19(1)(e) and reasonable restrictions laid down under clauses (5) and (6).Apropos, this the bench stated that even though the freedom of movement to reach the territory of India cannot be curbed by the State “ordinarily” and “normally” and that “Article 21 of the Constitution of India guarantees the citizens’ personal liberty to travel abroad and return to India”, it was concious of all the commotions that have occured to the emergent situtations that have arisen due to the pandemic.”We are also hopeful and confident that all possible steps would be taken hereafter also to alleviate their grievances, and further that the Centre and the State would work in tandem to achieve the aim of repatriation and the consequential actions” – BenchWith respect to the issue of deficiency in providing medical facilities to expatriates, the Central Government’s submissions were taken on record by the bench. These included facilities for transportation to hospitals, access to medical amenities as well as coordination with concerned authorities for purposes of securing necessary registration towards repatriation.Click Here To Download OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
City officials say inadequate support for a retaining wall led to the death of construction worker Jashim Mia. (NYPD via Twitter) City officials say inadequate support for a retaining wall led to the death of a construction worker in a Brooklyn yard on Monday.Jashim Mia, 39, was killed on Tuesday when a retaining wall collapsed at 454 42nd Street in Sunset Park, according to the New York City Police Department and Department of Buildings. He was hired to repair the retaining wall, and was performing excavation work along the length of the structure. Inadequate shoring along the wall caused it to crumble, a DOB spokesperson said.Mia was pronounced dead at the scene. Another 25-year-old worker was injured and taken to NYU Langone Lutheran Hospital, according to the NYPD.The owners of the adjacent property, 453 43rd Street, had hired Mia and other workers to repair the wall, according to DOB. The work required access to 454 42nd Street. DOB has since issued a partial vacate order for the backyards of both homes. The owners of 453 43rd Street, listed in property records as Wilfredo and Rosael Roman, didn’t immediately respond to a message seeking comment.The DOB’s investigation of the incident is ongoing. Contact Kathryn Brenzel Full Name* Email Address* Tagsconstruction accidentsSunset Park Share via Shortlink Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink
Commencing in 1956, observations made at Halley Research Station, Antarctica provide one of the longest continuous series of near-surface temperature observations from the Antarctic continent. Since few other records of comparable length are available, the Halley record has been used extensively in studies of long-term Antarctic climate variability and change. The record does not, however, come from a single location but is a composite of observations from a sequence of seven stations, all situated on the Brunt Ice Shelf, that range from around 10 km to 50 km distance from the coast. Until now, it has generally been assumed that temperature data from all of these stations could be combined into a single composite record with no adjustment. Here, we examine this assumption of homogeneity. Application of a statistical change point algorithm to the composite record detects a sudden cooling associated with the move from Halley IV to Halley V station in 1992. We show that this temperature step is consistent with local temperature gradients measured by a network of automatic weather stations and with those simulated by a high-resolution atmospheric model. These temperature gradients are strongest in the coastal region and result from the onshore advection of maritime air. The detected inhomogeneity could account for the weak cooling trend seen in the uncorrected composite record. In future, studies that make use of the Halley record will need to account for its inhomogeneity.
Homelet’s Rental Index figures for July 2019 show that rents are rising at the same rate at 2.3% on the same time last year – and they are rising everywhere.Outside of London, the average rent in the UK is now £794, up 2.2% on last year Average rents in London are now £1,665, up by 3.1% on last year, which is the largest year-on-year increase is the South West, showing a 4.5% increase between July 2018 and July 2019.All 12 of the regions monitored by HomeLet showed an increase in rental values between July 2018 and July 2019.The highs and lows are quite dramatic, especially in London boroughs, where the annual variance in rents range from -3.4% in Camden and the City of London, whilst in Westminster the figure was 9.5%.In Scotland as a whole, rental values are up by 4.3% – the same rise in Wales HomeLet remains the UK’s largest tenant referencing firm, referencing over 500,000 tenants every year.The trends reported within the HomeLet Rental Index are new tenancies arranged in the most recent period, providing an in-depth insight into the lettings market.https://homelet.co.uk/homelet-rental-index/average rent HomeLet Rental Index HomeLet rents August 12, 2019Grant LeonardWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Rents rising at the same rate as inflation previous nextHousing MarketRents rising at the same rate as inflationResearch by tenant referencing specialists, HomeLet, shows the average rent is up by 2.3% at £959.Sheila Manchester12th August 20190510 Views
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail New Housing Opportunities for Homeless In the CommunityDECEMBER 15TH, 2018 MITCH ANGLE EVANSVILLE, INDIANA A new apartment building is getting ready to open its doors just in time for the holidays.Echo Housing created Garvin Lofts to provide a home for individuals in the community experiencing chronic homelessness.The three-story building has 27 one bedroom apartments and 12 of those are set aside for those who are also medically vulnerable.Garvin Lofts will include on-site case management, laundry, and a community space with a television.Along with this addition to help many homeless have a place to call home, Echo Housing says there is still more to be done.Officials with Echo Housing say they plan on moving the first residents into the complex by December 18th.