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  • Another citizen-journalist held for covering Rif protests

    first_img News Arrested in Marrakesh on 5 August, Al Hor, the founder and editor of Rassdmaroc, was transferred to Casablanca, where he spent five days in police custody before being taken to Rabat for an initial hearing before a judge who specializes in terrorist cases. Charged with “condoning terrorism,” “inciting disobedience” and “insulting state authority,” he is now in preventive detention pending the conclusion of the judicial investigation. His family told RSF that he was arrested above all because of his many articles about the so-called “Al Hirak” protest movement in the Rif region and the city of Al-Hoceima in particular. His lawyer told RSF that Al Hor had done nothing in the course of his journalistic activities to justify the “extremely grave” charges, which carry a possible ten-year jail sentence. “Covering and commenting on a protest movement is not a crime,” RSF said. “We point out that citizen-journalism is protected by the UN Human Rights Committee’s recent interpretation of article 19 (on freedom of expression and opinion) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. “We therefore call for the immediate release of Abdelkebir Al Hor and all the other citizen-journalists and media assistants who are being arbitrarily detained for covering the protests in the Rif region.” Arrested while filming a protest in Al-Hoceima in 20 July, Hamid Mahdaoui, the editor of the Badil.info news website, was sentenced to three months in prison for supposedly “inviting” people to “participate in a banned demonstration.” Three other citizen-journalists are currently held in connection with their coverage of the Rif protests. All are awaiting the conclusion of a judicial investigation. Rif Press website editor Mohamed El Hilali was given a royal pardon on 30 July, a month after being sentenced to five months in prison. Morocco is ranked 133rd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. Morocco / Western SaharaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesOnline freedoms Judicial harassmentFreedom of expressionCitizen-journalists Hunger strike is last resort for some imprisoned Moroccan journalists Follow the news on Morocco / Western Sahara Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the arrest of Abdelkebir Al Hor, the founder and editor of the independent news website Rassdmaroc, who is the fourth citizen-journalist to be prosecuted since the start of a wave of protests in Morocco’s northern Rif region. Help by sharing this information News NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Morocco / Western SaharaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesOnline freedoms Judicial harassmentFreedom of expressionCitizen-journalists RSF joins Middle East and North Africa coalition to combat digital surveillance to go further August 30, 2017 – Updated on August 31, 2017 Another citizen-journalist held for covering Rif protests Organisation Receive email alerts April 28, 2021 Find out more April 15, 2021 Find out more June 8, 2021 Find out more RSF_en News Newslast_img read more

  • Fannie Mae: Homeowners don’t think interest rates will increase

    first_img 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Attitude: Good time to buy, bad time to sellby: Trey GarrisonThe share of Americans who expect mortgage rates to go up in the next 12 months decreased again to 45%, reflecting a gradual but uneven decline since the beginning of the year.Fannie Mae’s November 2014 National Housing Survey shows that Americans’ attitudes toward housing largely reflect the uneven 2014 housing market itself, which is improving but lagging behind the overall economic trend.The news is a surprise, considering most every major mortgage finance economist is on record as saying interest rates will rise in 2015. The results of the Fannie Mae survey show just how disconnected economists are with consumers, and vice versa.Consumers’ personal financial outlook increased during the year, lending support to the ongoing housing market recovery.Americans increasingly don’t think mortgage rates will go up, contrasting with most economists who think it will. continue reading »last_img read more

  • 3 things to know during cybersecurity month

    first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Cybersecurity is a top concern for the credit union industry year-round, but the issue receives special focus in October, which is recognized as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Here are three things credit unions should be aware of to help the industry effectively prepare for and address cyber threats.1.      FBI warns of high-impact ransomware attacks. The FBI last week released a new public service announcement (PSA) to alert U.S. businesses and organizations to high-impact ransomware attacks. Barracuda – a security and data protection solutions firm – released new data in August that showed more than 70 state and local governments had suffered such attacks so far in 2019.The FBI, in the PSA, explained that “ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts files on a victim’s computer or server, making them unusable. Cyber criminals demand a ransom in exchange for providing a key to decrypt the victims files.”The agency warned that these attacks “are becoming more targeted, sophisticated, and costly.” The announcement included further details of how ransomware works, how businesses affected by an attack should respond, ways to protect an institution from ransomware attacks, and 12 best practices for cyber defense. continue reading »last_img read more

  • Silva doubtful for Baggies clash

    first_img Press Association City go into Monday’s contest off the back of a 2-2 home draw with rock-bottom Sunderland, which followed a 3-2 loss at league leaders Liverpool, now nine points clear of City, albeit with the Reds having only three more games to go and Pellegrini’s men five. Reflecting on the shock Sunderland result, Pellegrini has reiterated that relegation-threatened clubs like the Wearside outfit and 16th-placed West Brom make for particularly tricky opponents. Baggies boss Pepe Mel, meanwhile, has made it clear he and his players have taken great encouragement from the Black Cats’ exploits at the Etihad Stadium ahead of their own trip to the ground. But Pellegrini has also stressed that each assignment in the Premier League is different, and is eager to see his side bounce back from the disappointment of that previous outing. He said: “I think all the games are different. “It would be very easy to just focus on what has happened in other games. “The performance in every game is very important and I hope we are going to improve our performance against West Brom.” West Brom defender Jonas Olsson and midfielder James Morrison are doubtful for the clash. Olsson, who came off in Saturday’s 3-3 draw with Tottenham because of an Achilles problem, and Morrison, absent from that game due to an ankle complaint, have both missed training this week and will be assessed over the weekend. On-loan winger Scott Sinclair will definitely sit the match out as it is against his parent club. The Baggies are currently three points clear of the relegation zone in 16th place with five games left to play, two more matches than each of the three sides directly below them. When asked ahead of the City encounter if he was one for scrutinising the standings and trying to work out various permutations, boss Mel said: “Yes. “And I imagine another 10 or 12 managers are possibly doing the same – both those at the top and the bottom of the league. “But what we really need to worry about most is ourselves.” West Brom head into the contest in fairly decent form, having won twice and lost only once in their last five games. They have 33 points from their 33 matches and while a shock victory at City would certainly represent a major step towards survival for the midlands club, Mel would not be ready to relax. Asked if he felt one more win would be enough to guarantee West Brom’s safety, the Spaniard – who has been in charge since January – said: “No, I don’t think so. “I really do like the Premier League – because every week things change.” Manchester City playmaker David Silva is a doubt for the Barclays Premier League clash with West Brom due to an ankle problem. Manager Manuel Pellegrini has revealed winger Jesus Navas – who, like Silva, missed Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland – has also been struggling with an ankle issue, and Monday’s game will come too soon for midfielder Yaya Toure to return after his leg injury. Defender Matija Nastasic, out of action since February because of a knee complaint, remains unavailable. last_img read more

  • Crosby, Penguins beat Preds 3-0

    first_imgPittsburgh Penguins right wing Pascal Dupuis (9) celebrates with Sidney Crosby (87), Steve Downie (23) and Evgeni Malkin (71), of Russia, after Dupuis scored a goal against the Nashville Predators in the third period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – After two straight losses, Sidney Crosby made sure there wasn’t a third.Crosby had a goal and two assists and the Pittsburgh Penguins handed the Nashville Predators their first loss in regulation with a 3-0 shutout on Saturday.The Predators were the last NHL team to lose in regulation this season.Evgeni Malkin and Pascal Dupuis also scored for Pittsburgh, which snapped a two-game losing streak.“Everybody committed to our defensive game, and it didn’t really take away from our offensive game tonight,” said Pittsburgh coach Mike Johnston. “Against a stingy team who has a great goaltender, we were still able to score three.”Marc-Andre Fleury made 25 saves for his first shutout of the season and 29th of his career.Nashville recorded four shots on Fleury before the Penguins got their first shot of the night. Early on, Fleury thought he was in for a heavy workload.“I thought I was going to be a little more busy. But give credit to our guys. I thought they played very solid,” Fleury said. “They are a good team. They are a fast team, and I thought we played very well against them.”Fleury was the first overall pick in the 2003 Entry Draft, which was held in Nashville.Crosby opened the scoring at 6:21 of the first period when he collected the rebound of his own shot at the right post and stuffed it past Nashville goaltender Pekka Rinne.“We played the right way,” Crosby said. “We didn’t sit back to play defensively. We play defense with our forecheck and getting sticks in lanes and forcing them to miss shots sometimes. All around, that’s more our style of game.”The goal killed any momentum Nashville had from the early pressure they put on Fleury.“I think the start was okay and the guys came out of the gate the right way,” Nashville coach Peter Laviolette said. “I think that goal, that changed the tide a little bit.”Patric Hornqvist earned the second assist on Crosby’s goal. Pittsburgh acquired Hornqvist and Nick Spaling from Nashville in a draft-day trade in exchange for high-scoring winger James Neal.Neal recorded a natural hat trick in Nashville’s Thursday night victory over Chicago.Malkin and Dupuis scored power-play goals 3:22 apart early in the third period.Malkin’s goal came on a give-and-go with Crosby. From above the right circle, Crosby hit Malkin in stride by the left post, where he had an easy re-direct for his third goal of the season, all on the power play.Crosby has five goals and seven assists on the season.“That’s why he’s the best player in the world, right?” Nashville defenseman Seth Jones said. “It’s tough to contain guys like that, him and Malkin on the ice together, it’s tough. He’s just good down low when you give him time and space and I don’t think we took it away fast enough.”In the low slot, Dupuis collected the rebound of Steve Downie’s shot and beat Rinne with a backhand. The goal was Dupuis’ 400th career NHL point.Pittsburgh entered the game with the league’s best power play with a 36.4 percent success rate. They went 2 for 3 with the man advantage against Nashville.Notes: After playing six of their first eight at home, the Predators head on the road for the next six and seven of eight. … Nashville has allowed the first goal in six of eight games this season. … Fleury is 6-2-1 against Nashville. … Malkin has at least one point in each of Pittsburgh’s seven games this season.last_img read more

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