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Facebook Twitter The House Appropriations Committee approved the Fiscal Year 2015 ag appropriations bill by a vote of 31 to 18 on Thursday. The committee rejected an amendment from House Ag Appropriations Subcommittee Ranking Member Sam Farr of California to strike the provision in the bill requiring the U.S. Department of Agriculture to grant waivers regarding the school meal nutrition requirements by a vote of 29 to 22 – according to The Hagstrom Report. Democrats supported Farr’s amendment and Republicans opposed it. Previous articleLatest Anti-Ethanol Claims are as Real as GodzillaNext articleIndiana FFA Teacher Retires After 40 Years Gary Truitt Other amendments rejected were one to restrict USDA non-recourse loans for sugar cane or sugar beet processors to operations under 300,000-dollars and reforms to certain GIPSA provisions. The committee approved amendments regarding horse meat inspection, banning the purchase of Chinese-processed chicken in the school lunch program and vending machine calories. Home Indiana Agriculture News House Appropriations Passes 2015 Ag Appropriations Bill Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – May 29, 2014 SHARE House Appropriations Passes 2015 Ag Appropriations Bill SHARE
RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” February 15, 2021 Find out more IraqMiddle East – North Africa News RSF_en Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” News Follow the news on Iraq Reporters Without Borders has firmly condemned the 30 October car-bomb attack on the Baghdad bureau of the pan-Arab TV station Al-Arabiya in which, according to the latest toll, five of the station’s employees were killed and 14 others were injured. The attack has been claimed by an unknown Islamist group calling itself the Jihadist Martyrs Brigade in Iraq. News Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts In a videotape broadcast on Al-Arabiya, the Thaourat Al-Ichrine Brigades (1920 Revolution Brigades) have denied any involvement in the 30 October car-bombing of Al-Arabiya’s Baghdad bureau. But an unknown Islamist group calling itself “Saraya Al-Chouhada Al Jihadiya fil Iraq” (Jihadist Martyrs Brigade in Iraq) claimed responsibility in a statement published on the Internet on 31 October. It said it attacked the pan-Arab TV station “because it has insisted on praising (Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad) Allawi’s government and the criminal Americans, describing them as the liberators” of Iraq, and because it “pretends to be unaware of the heroic mujahideen operations.” The statement’s authenticity has not been confirmed.——————————–02.11.2004Seven dead in car bombing in front of Al-Arabiya televisionSeven people were killed when a car bomb exploded in a car park opposite Al-Arabiya television in Baghdad on 30 October, five of them employed by the station. Fourteen staff members were injured, seven of them journalists.Those who died were: security guards Ali Adnan and Nabil Hussein, kitchen assistants Ramziya Moushee and Alahin Hussein and computer engineer Hassan Alwan.The bombing also caused very serious damage, destroying or damaging 80 per cent of the station’s equipment, but the station has continued broadcasting. “This car bombing has minimized our output and has slowed our movement but it has not stopped us”, bureau chief in Baghdad Haidar Al-Wattar told Reporters Without Borders.———————————————30.10.2004Car bomb outside TV station shows contempt for press freedomA car bomb yesterday outside the Baghdad office of the pan-Arab TV station Al-Arabiya that left seven dead and at least 19 wounded, including employees of the station, was condemned as “criminal” by Reporters Without Borders today.”This attack is further evidence of the contempt that the parties to the conflict display for press freedom, without which there will be no democracy or lasting peace in Iraq,” the organisation said. It called for a thorough investigation both to identify and punish those responsible, and to establish whether the TV station was the intended target.Reporters Without Borders said Iraq is the most dangerous place in the world for journalists and news media assistants. At least 45 have been killed since the start of the war and two others are missing. French journalists Christian Chesnot and Georges Malbrunot and their driver Mohamed Al-Joundi have been held by the Islamic Army in Iraq for the past 73 days.The chief of Al-Arabiya’s Baghdad bureau, Haidar Al-Wattar, said five of his employees were missing and could have been among those killed. Twelve of the 19 people so far reported injured were also believed to be Al-Arabiya employees. The car bomb, which went off in the parking lot outside the Al-Arabiya’s offices, caused massive damage to the building, which also houses the bureaux of the Arab TV stations MBC and Al-Ekhbariyah. Both the Iraqi interior minister and Al-Arabiya said a suicide bomber may have been inside the car that exploded.By late yesterday, it was still unclear if Al-Arabiya was the target. Responsibility for the bombing was nonetheless claimed by a group called the Thaourat Al-Ichrine Brigades (1920 Revolution Brigades) in a statement saying: “The building collapsed on the spies, the Americanized journalists… mouthpiece of the US occupation.” But it was not known if the statement, posted on a website, was authentic.Al-Arabiya director Abdulrahman Al-Rashed rejected the allegation of a pro-US bias. On the contrary, the station was a “victim of its neutrality,” he said, pointing out that three of its journalists have been killed by US gunfire. He said the station would not be intimidated and would continue to work in Baghdad. With headquarters in Dubai, Al-Arabiya is largely financed by Saudi capital. to go further Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan November 3, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Unknown Islamist group claims Al-Arabiya car-bomb News IraqMiddle East – North Africa December 28, 2020 Find out more December 16, 2020 Find out more Organisation
WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook Pinterest Twitter The Donegal Investment Group is reporting an increase in net asset value per share of almost 38% in its latest financial report.The interim results for the six months to the end of last February show a value per share of €8.24, up from €6.02.The increase is primarily as a result of the disposal of the group’s 30% share in Monaghan Milbrook Mushrooms, which netted a profit of €19.2 million.Group revenue decreased by €2.2 million, largely due to a reduction in the availability of seed potatoes, coupled with continued difficult trading conditions in the South American market.Trading profits fell to €3.2 million, leading to an adjusted earning per share figure of 23.9 cent, down 6.2 cent on the same period last year.After significant increases in net cash following from the disposal of a number of assets, including An Grianan Estate, he board of the Donegal Investment Group now proposes to return €45.5 million of capital to investors.An EGM will take place on May 16th, with details to be circulated next week.Full Report available here -http://www.donegaligroup.com/media/1161/stock-exchange-release-interim-28-february-2018-final.pdf Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Facebook Previous articleSeanad told it is ‘intolerable’ Swan Park lies in ruinNext articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Thursday 19th April News Highland Twitter Pinterest Donegal Investment Group announces latest results RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – April 19, 2018 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp
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Troubled office-sharing start-up WeWork is set to have a positive cash flow by next year, its executive chairman told the Financial Times on Sunday, hailing a turn-around for the high-profile company.”Everybody thought WeWork was mission impossible. [That we had] zero chance. And now, a year from now, you are going to see WeWork to basically be a profitable venture with an incredible diversity of assets,” Marcelo Claure said.Claure told the Financial Times that the New York-based company’s revival was ahead of schedule after cutting its workforce by 8,000, renegotiating leases and selling assets. He also cited strong demand for flexible work space since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with companies seeking small, satellite offices near where employees live.The SoftBank-backed company was once hailed as a dazzling unicorn valued at US$47 billion, before hemorrhaging cash and cancelling its share offering in 2019, with founder Adam Neumann pushed out.Some tenants had refused to pay rent during COVID-19 shutdowns, but Claure said Mastercard, ByteDance, Microsoft and Citigroup had all recently signed lease deals with WeWork.Topics :