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first_imgNews Organisation Middle East – North Africa Egypt Condemning abusesProtecting journalists DisappearancesImprisoned Follow the news on Egypt RSF_en According to the information gathered by RSF, the release of twojournalists held provisionally since December 2017 – freelancephotographer Ahmed Abu Zeid and one journalists with thenewspaper El Dyar, Ahmed Bayoumi – should beimminent. Their release was announced on 9 December. Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein back home after four years in prison Less press freedom than ever in Egypt, 10 years after revolution News “The Egyptian authorities must carry out judicial decisions andkeep journalists’ families informed,” said Sabrina Bennoui, thehead of RSF’s Middle East desk. “The constant toing and froing injudicial decisions and the way new investigations are suddenlyannounced are both absurd and cruel for the journalists and theirfamilies.” Detained woman journalist pressured by interrogator, harassed by prison staff News Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Egyptian authorities to immediately free journalists who remain in provisional detention although their release was ordered by a Cairo security court. Of six releases ordered by the court, only two have been carried out. Egypt is ranked 163rd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Newscenter_img The same applies to Mohamed Al-Husseini Hassan, a journalistwith the newspaper Al-Shura, who should officially have been released on 26 November. Ahmed El-Sakhawy, a freelance journalist who had been heldsince September 2017 and Ahmed Al-Tukhi fromEl Dyar arethe only two of the six journalists whose release has so far carriedout in response to the security court’s orders. February 1, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information The Badr family’s anguish over the uncertainty surrounding his faterecalls the experience of the family of Mahmoud Hussein, an AlJazeera journalist held since 2016 whose release was announced inMay. His family was waiting to receive him only to discover afterseveral days of uncertainty that his release had been cancelled onthe grounds that a new investigation had been ordered. They weregiven no additional explanation. His release was initially ordered in July but the order was rescindedafter the prosecution appealed against the decision although he hasspent more than two years in administrative detention. His family hasbeen seeking explanations from the authorities ever since. Receive email alerts to go further December 16, 2019 Egyptian authorities release two journalists and delay four Middle East – North Africa Egypt Condemning abusesProtecting journalists DisappearancesImprisoned The victims include Badr Mohamed Badr, the editor of thenewspaper Al-Osra Al-Arabiya, whose release was authorized bythe court on 24 November. His family has had no news of him since 3December. February 6, 2021 Find out more January 22, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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first_img March 27, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – Playing for the first time in nine days, top-ranked West Florida continued their winning ways with a 7-2 win over 14th ranked BYU-Hawaii on Tuesday at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex. West Florida (16-2) won their third straight, while BYU-Hawaii (9-1) dropped to 4-10 all-time against West Florida.West Florida started the match by sweeping the doubles competition. The Argonauts fourth-ranked doubles team of Nicolas Barrientos (Cali, Colombia) and Dante Bottini (Buenos Aires, Argentina) improved to 13-3 on the season with their first position doubles win.West Florida also won four of the six singles matches in straight sets. Fourth-ranked Diego Zorzi (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and ninth-ranked Bottini only lost five games in their straight set wins. Zorzi remained perfect in singles at 9-0 while Bottini improved to 8-3 on the season.West Florida will return to action on Tuesday against 13th ranked UC-San Diego. West Florida leads the all-time series, 3-0. The match will begin at 2 p.m. CST at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex.RESULTS#1 Singles: #9 Dante Bottini (UWF) def. A.J. Bartlett (BYUH), 6-1, 6-4#2 Singles: #4 Diego Zorzi (UWF) def. Junyoung Kim (BYUH), 6-4, 6-1#3 Singles: #38 Nicolas Barrientos (UWF) def. Tomas Hladil (BYUH), 6-2, 6-4#4 Singles: Jakub Huza (BYUH) def. #44 Eduardo Cavasotti (UWF), 6-4, 6-4#5 Singles: Luis Arboleda (UWF) def. Marvin So’onalole (BYUH), 6-2, 7-5#6 Singles: Chris Rice (BYUH) def. Luiz Bernardi (UWF), 6-1, 6-3#1 Doubles: #4 N. Barrientos/D. Bottini (UWF) def. #24 J. Kim/A.J. Bartlett (BYUH), 8-3#2 Doubles: D. Zorzi/E. Cavasotti (UWF) def. J. Huza/T. Hladil (BYUH), 8-3#3 Doubles: E. Cavasotti/L. Bernardi (UWF) def. M. So’onalole/C. Rice (BYUH), 8-6<>Print Friendly Version Top-Ranked Argonauts Win Third Straight Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgThe website for the Mt. San Antonio College Relays, more commonly known as the Mt. Sac Relays, proclaims the meet to be “where the world’s best athletes compete!”Jumps · Junior hurdler Brendan Ames shares USC’s best time in the 110-meter hurdler with junior Oscar Spurlock at 13.81 seconds. Ames and Spurlock will be tested this weekend against some of the nation’s best. – Gary Fung | Daily Trojan The USC track and field team will need to be at its best from April 15 to 17 in Walnut, Calif., if it wants to justify its current  No. 7 ranking and have a strong showing against those athletes.“This meet will give us a much better idea of where we stand, especially within the conference,” USC coach Ron Allice said. “The competition was very stiff just to qualify [for the Mt. Sac Relays]. Not everyone that we wanted to get in got in.”For the athletes who qualified, the meet will give them the opportunity to both improve their qualifying times for the championship season and improve against some of the stiffest competition the Trojans have faced all year.“Generally speaking, we’re going to put people in their best event,” Allice said. “We’re trying to give people the best chances to post their best time for later this year.”The Mt. Sac website isn’t being hyperbolic when it uses the phrase “world’s best athletes.” With U.S. collegiate powerhouses like Stanford, Baylor and Washington, USC will run, throw and hurdle against athletes from Bermuda, Great Britain, Canada, Finland and a myriad of other nations eager to show what they can do on the American stage.“You wouldn’t be at USC if you didn’t think you could compete at that level with athletes from around the globe,” Allice said. “That’s what we try to do. We try to put our athletes in a position where they can compete against the best, no matter where they’re from.”USC currently has 57 men and women scheduled to compete at Mt. Sac, including some of its most impressive athletes.Senior Ahmad Rashad, generally considered to be USC’s best short-distance runner, will run both the 100-meter and 200-meter dash after a couple weeks without competition.Junior hurdlers Oscar Spurlock and Brendan Ames, who both have best times of 13.81 in the men’s 110-meter high hurdles, ranked ninth in the nation, will both compete in the event this weekend.Sophomore Dalilah Muhammad, who last weekend won the women’s high jump at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational, will return to the 400-meter hurdles for the USC women, the event in which she set the nation’s fastest time this year at the Trojan Invitational back in March.Junior Zsofia Erdelyi, originally from Godollo, Hungary, will compete in the women’s 5,000-meter run at a meet in which her home country is represented in the women’s hammer throw.Once all the results are in, Allice said the next objective is to use the times to determine strategy for the USC-UCLA dual meet on May 1.“Our performances will determine how we line [the dual meet] up,” Allice said. “It’s key that we do well this weekend for the sake of the rest of the year.”last_img read more

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first_imgIn the 11th installment of the D.O. Sportscast basketball beat writers Sam Fortier and Tomer Langer join the show to discuss Syracuse basketball. Tomer shares a story from his trip to Miami, and the beat writers provide a stock up and stock down from the 16-point loss to Kansas on Saturday. The Kenpom.com random stat of the week makes its return before the beat writers play a new game called “Ice cream truck.” In the final segment for this week, Fortier and Langer preview SU’s Tuesday night matchup with Connecticut and predict a winner.Listen to episode 11 here: Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on December 5, 2017 at 12:12 pmcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

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first_imgThe Premier County face table-toppers Kildare this afternoon at the Sportsfield in Clonmel knowing that a victory is probably required if they’re to keep their hopes of going up alive heading into the final round of fixtures.Tipp are currently fourth with 6 points.Liam believes his players have done brilliantly to stay in the promotion race. Tipp FM’s live coverage of the match gets underway at 10 to 2 and will be brought to you in association with Tipperary Renault.ie.last_img

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first_img Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Upton ended up hitting .215 with 12 homers and a .724 OPS in 219 at-bats, well below his career averages.“I think when you go through your normal routine in the offseason, it sets you up for more success than when you don’t,” Upton said Saturday. “That’s the hope this year, that I get the full offseason of training like I have in past years and hopefully I get the same results.”Upton will have a platelet-rich plasma injection next week, and six weeks after that he’ll be fully cleared for strengthening.ALSOTommy La Stella, who is in the final stages of rehabbing from a broken leg, is still not ready to play. Ausmus said there is a point at which the Angels would just shut down La Stella, but “I don’t know that we’ve necessarily reached that point.”UP NEXTAngels (LHP Patrick Sandoval, 0-3, 5.28) vs. Rays (LHP Ryan Yarbrough, 11-3, 3.51), 1:07 p.m., Fox Sports West Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone ANAHEIM — After he was out of the lineup for the seventh straight game on Saturday, Mike Trout offered hope that the wait is almost over.While conceding that he’d earlier said he would play on Friday, only to be held out of the lineup again, Trout insisted that this will be different.“The plan is to play tomorrow,” Trout said on Saturday. “I told you guys Friday, but I think tomorrow is going to be the day for sure.”Manager Brad Ausmus agreed that Trout “probably will be a DH, but will be good to go.” “Just being in the lineup would make me feel good,” Trout said. “I’m going crazy. Just watching my teammates go out there and battle and you can’t help them do much, it’s tough. But we have (13 games, starting Sunday), and I’m going to try to be out there as much as I can.”Trout may need another procedure after the season to correct the issue permanently.“I got to talk to the doctors after the season to see what they want me to do,” Trout said. “I’m doing as much as I can and the trainers are doing as much as they can to get me back out there.”UPTON’S OUTLOOKA day after Justin Upton learned that his season is over because of patella tendinitis, he said that his disappointing season actually began last winter.Upton said he first hurt his right knee last winter, and he could never do the conditioning he wanted to do. Then he missed most of spring training, even before spraining his toe and missing the first two and a half months of the season.Related Articlescenter_img Trout has been diagnosed with a nerve issue in the bottom of his right foot. On Monday he had an injection of extreme cold fluid intended to numb the pain enough for him to play.On Friday, he did some work running and hitting in the cage in turf shoes and felt well enough to play, but once he put on his cleats he realized it was still too tender.So far there have been conversations about shutting down Trout for the remaining two-plus weeks of the season, but Trout wants to play and the doctors have assured him that he can’t injure himself any worse if he does.“I want to be out there,” Trout said. “Obviously, if we were in the playoff race it would be a different story, but I’m trying to do as much as I can to get myself ready to play.”Trout conceded that even when he does return to action, he will likely have to be the designated hitter most of the time. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter last_img read more

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