to go further September 18, 2018 RSF concerned about search of Armenian news website The authorities insisted that the searches had “nothing to do with the journalistic activities” of Yerevan.Today and were carried out as part of an investigation into the origin of a secretly-recorded phone conversation between two top security officials, which the Armenian media published last week. News RSF_en RSF_EECA News A big wave of peaceful protests in April led to Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan’s removal and replacement by the protests’ main leader, Nikol Pashinyan. The new government has promised to combat corruption and improve the rule of law. Armenia is ranked 80th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. “The search of Yerevan.Today’s premises and the seizure of its equipment constitute grave violations of the principle of the protection of journalists’ sources, which is guaranteed by Armenian legislation and the European Court of Human Rights,” said Johann Bihr, the head of RSF’s Eastern Europe and Central Asia desk. “We regret that the police did not seek a less intrusive and more proportionate way to achieve their legitimate goal.” In the recording, National Security Service chief Artur Vanetsyan and Special Investigative Service chief Sasun Khachatryan were heard discussing the prosecution of former President Robert Kocharyan and a former defence minister in connection with the bloody crackdown on protests in 2008. The recording suggested that they had sought and obtained the current Prime Minister’s approval before arresting the former officials. Vanetsyan and Khachatryan recognized the recording’s authenticity but said their comments have been misinterpreted. Receive email alerts Follow the news on Armenia The recording was widely reported in the Armenian media on 11 September after being posted on YouTube. The authorities claim that Yerevan.Today briefly posted it online two days earlier and then deleted it. Yerevan.Today insists that this claim stems from an erroneous technical evaluation. Computer security experts say the website can be right. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns yesterday’s search by police of the headquarters of the Yerevan-based Armenian news website Yerevan.Today. It violated the confidentiality of journalists’ sources, RSF said. The police removed some of Yerevan.Today’s computer equipment during the search, which lasted seven hours and temporarily stopped the site from operating. They also searched the home of its editor, Sevak Hakobyan. ArmeniaEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesProtecting sources Council of EuropeInternetJudicial harassment Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” News Russian peacekeepers deny foreign reporters access to Nagorno-Karabakh Organisation April 9, 2021 Find out more News June 8, 2021 Find out more ArmeniaEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesProtecting sources Council of EuropeInternetJudicial harassment Help by sharing this information RSF calls for a fully transparent investigation after mine kills two journalists in Azerbaijan November 11, 2020 Find out more
85 Jay Street in Dumbo and 515 West 29th Street in Chelsea (Photos via Winick, SCDA Architects)The following is a preview of one of the hundreds of data sets that will be available on TRD Pro, the one-stop real estate terminal providing you with all the data and market information you need.Free parking, paid closing costs, no taxes, oh my! As developers across New York City look to move new units amid an inventory glut, several new development buildings — particularly those in Brooklyn — are offering buyers a range perks.A total of 22 new condo and co-ops buildings across the city with active sponsor unit listings are officially offering incentives, according to an analysis of StreetEasy listings from April 10. That’s about 15 percent of the new development projects currently selling.More than half of the buildings offering incentives are in Brooklyn. CIM Group and LIVWRK, for example, are offering one year of free common charges at both their Front & York property at 85 Jay Street in Dumbo and at 111 Montgomery Street in Crown Heights, while ROART’s 77 Clarkson Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is offering a 5 percent closing credit.ADVERTISEMENTWhile Brooklyn offered the most incentives, Manhattan’s were the most generous. Buyers at Forum Absolute Capital Partners’ 515 West 29th Street in Chelsea will get two years of free common charges. Meanwhile, Level One Holdings is offering to cover three years of real estate taxes at 10 Lenox Avenue in Harlem.Contact Christian Bautista Full Name* Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink Tags Email Address* co-opscondosNew Development MarketingTRD Pro
Avian influenza can’t make humans sick, but it has driven the cost of eggs up and will result in consumers paying more for their holiday turkeys. Avian flu has affected 21 states and 48 million birds to date since the discovery of the current outbreak of the disease on North American shores in December 2014. Commercial and backyard poultry in Georgia have gone untouched so far, but the state’s agriculture industry is preparing for the potential arrival of the pathogen.There have been no cases of human infection by birds because the H5N2 strain of the virus is not zoonotic, meaning it cannot pass between humans and animals. (Zoonotic avian influenza, also referred to as “bird flu,” can be transmitted from birds to humans.)Strictly an animal health issue and not a food safety or public health issue, avian flu still impacts consumers, especially those who enjoy eating eggs. The price of eggs has increased this year because the U.S. egg-layer industry has lost 10 percent of its average inventory to the disease. The U.S. turkey industry has lost 7.45 percent of its average inventory. As a result, consumers can expect higher prices for this year’s Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys.Commercially produced poultry is tested for avian flu in the U.S. prior to being processed, so poultry products are safe to eat.Agriculture is the largest segment of Georgia’s economy, and the poultry industry tops the commodity list. Georgia’s poultry/egg industry contributes an estimated $28 billion annually and supports nearly 109,000 jobs in the state. Believed to have originated in Asia and spread through wild waterfowl to northern North America, avian flu has been spread across the U.S. by migrating birds.The virus cannot survive above 65 degrees Fahrenheit for more than 10 days, which helps to safeguard Georgia poultry. However, as birds begin migrating south this fall, Georgia will become more susceptible. Before now, the disease has been concentrated in the Pacific Northwest and upper Midwest. While Georgia’s commercial poultry industry has the greatest risk in terms of potential for loss, it also has multiple safeguards in place and limits commercial birds’ exposure to migratory birds. However, avian flu can easily be introduced into Georgia through backyard chicken flocks. For more information on avian flu, call the Georgia Department of Agriculture at (404) 656-3667 or see the UGA Extension website at extension.uga.edu/topics/poultry/avian-flu.For information on keeping backyard poultry flocks healthy, contact your local University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agent or read UGA Extension publications at extension.uga.edu/publications.
“I don’t pretend I’m interested. I am interested. It’s important to know who you are working with and it’s important to know why somebody is determined and motivated. “I think I need to know them. That’s what creates a relationship. They can talk to me and it’s always important.” Klopp is liked by his players because of that empathetic side to his personality and his methods have created a united mentality at Anfield. His honest approach is a bid to foster accountability among his players. The results have been impressive, with Liverpool establishing a 25-point lead in the Premier League that had taken them to the brink of a first English title for 30 years prior to the virus suspension. They also won last season’s Champions League and reached the final of Europe’s elite cub competition the season before that. “I’m always 100 per cent honest, I don’t tell always the truth, but that’s different…that means I don’t speak. If you ask me, I would be one hundred per cent honest,” Klopp said. Loading… Jurgen Klopp says his ability to build close relationships with his Liverpool players has been the secret to their success during his reign. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp joked that he thinks about his players in his sleep Although the Premier League season is currently delayed until at least April 30 due to the coronavirus, Reds boss Klopp is in constant contact with his squad via the players’ WhatsApp group. That personal touch is part of a hands-on approach Klopp believes is essential to understanding what makes his players tick. The German obsesses over every detail of their lives so he can get the best out of them on the pitch, joking he probably even thinks about them in his sleep. “Apart from sleeping, I think the whole day – in fact probably when I am sleeping – about these boys. I don’t want to, it just happens because there is so much information you have,” Klopp, speaking before the current suspension was enforced, told JD’s In The Duffle Bag podcast series. “For me the most important thing is for the player to be in his best shape in the moment when it counts and we try to do that with nutrition, training and tactics. “But then there is a time when they go home and there is still a situation. That is normal life but it all influences performance. Read Also: Liverpool star Mane donates £41,000 to fight coronavirus“I never lied to a player, that doesn’t work. If I say ‘You have a chance if you do this and that’, then you have a chance if you do this and that.“But I have to remind myself these are the moments when you can lose a player or lose a team if you say something and don’t stick to it.“It is really possible you lose the whole dressing room but it’s never happened to me because I don’t do that. I try to not do things which make me feel better.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In ThailandA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art10 Largest Cities In The World20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’