Algeria pressures reporters by delaying renewal of accreditation March 25, 2021 RSF’s Algeria correspondent, Khaled Drareni, to be retried Harassment of Algerian reporters intensifies in run-up to parliamentary elections to go further Organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Algeria’s prosecutors to drop all proceedings against its correspondent, Khaled Drareni, after the country’s supreme court today accepted his lawyer’s appeal without overturning his conviction, in effect ordering a retrial. The supreme court’s decision was issued exactly one year after a court issued a detention order for Drareni, who is also the French TV channel TV5 Monde’s correspondent and the editor of the Algiers-based Casbah Tribune news website. “This is a victory with a bitter taste, after 11 months of arbitrary detention,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “We regret that the Algerian supreme court did not terminate Khaled Drareni’s prosecution and we call on the prosecutor’s office to drop the proceedings against him at once.”Drareni was arrested for the first time on 7 March 2020. Released two days later, he remained under judicial control for 15 days and was finally re-arrested on 29 March 2020 while covering one of the regular “Hirak” anti-government street protests. Held in Kolea prison, near Algiers, he was put on trial and was sentenced on 15 September 2020 to two years in prison on charges of “inciting an unauthorised demonstration” and “endangering state security.” He was released provisionally under a presidential pardon on 19 February 2021.Algeria is ranked 146th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa Activities in the fieldProtecting journalists ImprisonedEnvironmentFreedom of expressionJudicial harassment News Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts May 18, 2021 Find out more AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa Activities in the fieldProtecting journalists ImprisonedEnvironmentFreedom of expressionJudicial harassment Algeria : Reporter jailed after covering Tuareg protests in southern Algeria May 12, 2021 Find out more News RSF_en News News Follow the news on Algeria April 29, 2021 Find out more
Last Updated: 6th November, 2019 12:21 IST NBA: Boston Celtics Vs Cleveland Cavaliers Player Ratings, Results Boston Celtics registered a 113-119 victory against Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, Nov 6. Here are the player ratings for the Bucks vs Cavaliers NBA game. Boston Celtics beat Cleveland Cavaliers 119-113 on Wednesday, November 6. The match took place at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio. Gordon Hayward tied a career-high with 39 points. He made all 16 of his two-point attempts during the game. Kemba Walker added 25 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists. Jayson Tatum and Carsen Edwards also scored in double digits. This was the Celtics’ fifth consecutive win this season. 10 months ago NBA: Steve Ballmer, Joseph Tsai among billionaire club owners WE RECOMMEND Written By 10 months ago NBA: Luka Doncic makes history by recording back-to-back triple-double Jordan Clarkson – 7/10 Matthew Dellavedova – 5/10 Darius Garland – 4/10 Brandon Knight – 5.5/10 Kevin Love – 6.5/10 Larry Nance Jr. – 7.5/10 Cedi Osman – 6.5/10 Collin Sexton – 7.5/10 Tristan Thompson – 7/10 Devika Pawar COMMENT FOLLOW US Also read | NBA 2019-20: Warriors vs Trail Blazers result and player ratings SUBSCRIBE TO US Also read | Too early to tell if injuries will affect NBA TV ratingsCleveland Cavaliers First Published: 6th November, 2019 12:21 IST 10 months ago NBA: Damian Lillard stunned by Golden State Warriors’ injury crisis 10 months ago NBA: Snoop Dogg commentates in style for Lakers vs Spurs game LIVE TV 10 months ago NBA: Pau Gasol thinks modern-day NBA ‘has lost the beauty of the game’ Collin Sexton was the top scorer for the Cavaliers with 21 points. Tristan Thompson also added 19 points. Kevin Love and Larry Nance scored 17 and 15 points respectively, while both Cedi Osman and Jordan Clarkson finished the game with 12 points. Also read | NBA: Steph Curry congratulates Eric Paschall & Warriors on winNBA 2019-20: Boston Celtics vs Cleveland Cavaliers match reportHayward scored 16 points in Q1 and 6 points in Q2. He made all nine attempts from the field. Boston was 24 of 44 from the field before halftime and then gained an 11-point advantage on the Cavaliers. Cleveland scored and reduced the lead to 50-48, but Hayward and Marcus Smart scored a three-pointer. Boston had a 61- 52 lead at the end of Q2. Sexton hit a 3 with just over a minute to go, which decreased Boston’s lead to 1116-113. Love missed three-pointer down the stretch, which would have tied the game. With only 22 seconds left on the clock, Hayward put in Walker’s miss and gave the Celtics a 118-133 lead over the Cavaliers. Walker ended the game with a free throw, giving Boston a 6 point win. Boston made 56% of their 85 attempts from the field. Also read | NBA: Damian Lillard stunned by Golden State Warriors’ injury crisisNBA 2019-20: Boston Celtics vs Cleveland Cavaliers player ratings Boston Celtics Gordon Hayward – 9/10 Jayson Tatum – 6/10 Daniel Theis – 4.5/10 Kemba Walker – 8/10 Marcus Smart – 5/10 Grant Williams – 5.5/10 Robert Williams – 5.5/10 Brad Wanamaker – 5.5/10 Carsen Edwards – 8/10 WATCH US LIVE
Naomh Padraig GAA Club:CLUB LOTTOThere was no jackpot winner in last weeks lotto there were five winners of €20 the numbers drawn were 2-3-6-7-4-5-1. The winners were as follows: Mick Kelly C/O Point innStephen Nicholas C/O Rock barRyan Doherty BurnfootBob Surgeoner Ballyclare Paul Meehan Westport.The Club would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support of the Lotto as it gives the club the essential means of continuing to give our local kids and adults the chance to avail of a great and healthy pastime. If any kids would like to start selling lottos each week feel free to contact their coach for more information.Next Weeks Jackpot €900SENIORSThe seniors and reserves had a free weekend this week. But next week they travel to naomh ultan on Saturday evening.UNDERAGEUnder 6 and Under 8 training is on every Friday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in Ture this is for boys and girls born in the year 2007,2008,2009, and 2010 all new faces welcome and can all boys and girls bring a water bottle and cost of session is €2 for info contact Daniel on 0862072745.. Under -10 training will continue this Friday in Ture from 6.30pm to 7.45pm. This is for boys and girls born in the years 2005 and 2006. All new players welcome can all boys and girls bring water bottle and cost of the session is €2. For info contact Kevin on 0863576713.Under 12 Training for the 2015 season has started and will continue every Saturday in ture from 10.30am to 12pm. Please bring Trainers, Gum Shield, Water Bottle and €2. This is for players born in 2003 and 2004. New players welcome. Contact Damian for more info 087 7963559Under-14 training is on every Sunday from11.30am to 1pm and every Wednesday aswell for details contact neil on 0863855855Under 16 and Minor training will take place every Monday and Friday evenings at 7pm to 8.15pm in ture. Our Cul Camp took place from the 29th of june to the 3rd of july and it was a great success with all the kids having a great weeks fun. The club would like to thank the coordinator coaches and all the helpers who helped all week.CLUB APPOur new club app is now live on the App Store and google play store In the app you can play the clubs lotto every week through the games section and keep up to date with club events and wats happening within the club. Also there is direct links to Facebook and twitter. You can also share your photos of games you are at via the app. So get downloading and have a look for yourselfMONTHLY MEETINGThe monthly meeting will take place on Monday the 20th of july in the clubhouse.CLUB GEARThe club has a range of club gear for sale and are placing a order soon with O’Neills. If any one is interested in ordering new gear or purchasing some for details contact Dermot Mc Colgan on 0879978968As always keep up to date with club activities through Facebook,Twitter,Club APP and through are website on www.naomhpadraig.comGAA NEWS: NAOMH PADRAIG GAA CLUB HOST SUCCESSFUL CÚL CAMP FOR KIDS was last modified: July 13th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:golfNoticesSport
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest 180124_RyanMartinToday should be the coldest day of the week over most of the state. We saw cold air start to blast in behind a second cold front yesterday, and today, Canadian high pressure drifts right over the top of Ohio. This will keep temps mostly below freezing over a majority of the state, but down south we can see temps do slightly better. We also expect more sun through the day today than we have seen this week so far.Tomorrow will not see good southwest winds develop until late in the day. So, we likely see temps a little better than today, but will put full moderation of temps off for 1 more day. The winds pick up in intensity going into Friday, and that will be where we see the biggest temperatures jump. Friday temps will be well above normal statewide, followed by similar conditions SaturdayRains move into Ohio later Saturday in the afternoon, although clouds build sooner than that. Rains Saturday into early Sunday still look to be from .25”-1”, with the lower end of the range north and west, and the upper end of the range in south and east. The map shows rain totals through midday Sunday. Cold air rushing in behind the front for Sunday still looks like it will not catch up to some of the moisture over the eastern part of the state, so at this time, we are taking mention of snow out of our Sunday forecast. The moisture looks to be more compact along this front and not drawn out, so that limits the chances. In fact, we see no serious precipitation by Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening. . However, cold air will move over the state Sunday, as Canadian high pressure returns and temps go below normal.North and northwest winds may create a bit of lake effect snow on Monday, but accumulations are minor. The normal lake effect areas will be watched closely, but only flurries are expected in many areas.Southwest winds are back for Wednesday, making another high on our temperature roller coaster. WE expect above normal temps for Wednesday and Thursday as we flip the calendar. However, those southwest winds at midweek may be running from 15-30 mph, meaning wind chills will be in play and it will not be an exceptionally nice set up. Still, 40s and 50s can move in under the right circumstances.Strong winds usually signal a significant event upcoming. And, as we move into the 2nd, we could be looking at a very interesting storm complex. We had been watching a significant event for late the 3rd into the 4th, and that looks to come a little quicker now. The European model has nearly all the moisture coming with the cold air, meaning we would be looking at epic snows. However, other models are not as sure as of yet. An all snow set up looks tantalizing, but also does not look right to us this morning. We think we will see rain to start, and then a changeover to snow as cold air arrives. But, either way, the liquid available to this system would be upwards of 1 inch, meaning whatever happens, liquid equivalent precipitation will be significant. This is a system to watch, and we will be quick to update our thoughts as we move forward.The extended period has a minor clipper for the 4th into the 5th, and another clipper around the 8th. Cold air will be in for the entire area as we start off February, and that means these clippers will likely bring additional light snow.
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By Jay Morse & Heidi Radunovich, PhDCreative Commons [Flickr, Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012]The ADAPT (After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools) parent training program has been developed for military parents who are seeking to improve their parenting skills . Parent participation in the study was high and preliminary data from the study have indicated that military parents – both the military member and spouse – are willing to participate in parenting skills training.The ADAPT program was developed by modifying one of the interventions developed through the empirically tested Parent Management Training – Oregon (PMTO) model. The ADAPT program was modified to address the specific needs of military parents after deployment. Adaptations included the military cultural context, reintegration issues, combat stress reactions and their impact on the family and parenting, and ways to manage roadblocks to group participation.The program addresses 5 positive parenting practices: (1) skills encouragement; (2) positive involvement; (3) family problem-solving; (4) monitoring; and, (5) effective discipline. Parenting skills were taught weekly for 14, 2-hour group sessions. In addition to group training sessions, ADAPT provided web-based training modules that included skill and practice videos, mindfulness exercises, and home practice assignments. A total of 42 families participated in this first study, who participated in groups of 5-6 families. An almost equal number of fathers and mothers participated in the study (39 mothers and 36 fathers). The most common number of children in the family was 2, with 44% of the families reporting 3 or more children. The National Guard and Reserve (NG/R) participant group was skewed towards higher ranks. Almost one-third (31%) of the participants were officers compared with a national average of 15% officers in the NG/R. Recruitment was measured by the count of families that participated in at least one group session. Retention measures included weekly attendance, completion of home practice assignments, and usage of online tools. Acceptability of the program was measured using a 20-item questionnaire targeting participant satisfaction, group experience, and home practice satisfaction.Of the 42 families invited to attend group sessions, 33 families attended at least one session. On average, at least one parent attended 10 sessions, with 79% attending at least 50% of the sessions. Over one-half of the families accessed the online tools at least once. Use of the online tools varied greatly, with an average use of 15 times during the study period. Families used summaries the most (33%), followed by knowledge checks (32%), videos (30%), and handouts (25%). The mindfulness exercises were the least utilized online tool, with only 19% of families accessing the mindfulness module. Families that actively participated in group sessions were more likely to access the online training modules.Of particular note, several families in the study indicated that they enjoyed ADAPT because the program was consistent with the values associated with military life, such as structure, clarity, and routines. The authors also reported that families seemed to be more willing to participate when the program emphasized prevention and was offered in the form of education, particularly in a community setting.This study did not assess behavior change in the families who participated, but instead focused on utilization of and satisfaction with the ADAPT program. It appears that adaptations made to the PMTO program to create the ADAPT program were well-received by this audience. Clinicians who work with military families that experience deployment may want to consider using the ADAPT program to assist with reintegration.References Gewirtz, A. H., Pinna, K. M., Hanson, S. K., & Brockberg, D. (2014). Promoting parenting to support reintegrating military families: After deployment, adaptive parenting tools. Psychological Services, 11(1), 31-40. doi: 10.1037/a0034134This post was written by Jay Morse & Heidi Radunovich, PhD, members of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn.