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Taliban claim journalist’s murder in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

first_img News Receive email alerts Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists PakistanAsia – Pacific Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder to go further News PakistanAsia – Pacific News News April 21, 2021 Find out morecenter_img June 2, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information September 15, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Taliban claim journalist’s murder in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa January 28, 2021 Find out more Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire Follow the news on Pakistan Organisation RSF_en Reporters Without Borders is horrified to learn that the Pakistani Taliban have claimed responsibility for yesterday’s murder of journalist Misri Khan in Hangu, in the northwestern province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and have threatened to attack other journalists.The claim was made when Tehreek-e-Taliban deputy spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan contacted a journalist in Peshawar, the provincial capital. “We killed him because he twisted the facts,” Ehsan said. “He had leaning towards the army in what he wrote (…) There will be other attacks against those who speak out against the Taliban. They are part of our targets.”It was the first time that Tehreek-e-Taliban has claimed responsibility for a journalist’s murder.Reporters Without Borders appeals to the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban’s political and military commanders to put an immediate stop to all violence against the media.Journalists in the nearby Tribal Areas, especially those working for Pashto-language radio stations, have confirmed to Reporters Without Borders that the Taliban are showing an increasing readiness to react with threats when they feel they have been wronged by a news report.Since the start of the year, a total of six journalists have been killed in shootings or bombings attributed to the Taliban or other Jihadi groups.——————14 September 2010Journalist gunned down in district torn by religious violenceAfter repeated death threats, journalist Misri Khan was shot dead today by unidentified gunmen outside his office in Hangu, in the northwestern province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. No one claimed the killing but his son thought a religious group could have been involved. Khan was the correspondent of the dailies Mashriq and Ausaf and ran a newspaper distribution agency.Reporters Without Borders urges the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa authorities to carry out a thorough investigation in order to identify and punish those responsible. The inability of the federal authorities to bring the perpetrators and instigators of the murders of journalists to justice encourages them to continue. As a result, Pakistan is now the world’s most dangerous country for media personnel.Khan’s 25-year-old son, Umer Farooq Orakzai, told Reporters Without Borders: “I think my father was killed because of what he wrote, since we have no enemies.” Khan, 50, had told colleagues he had received threats which he assumed to have come from “religious sects.” His agency’s office had also been set on fire. Khan reported the threats to the police and gave them the numbers from which the calls were made.Khan had been distributing newspapers in Hangu district for 30 years, while working as the correspondent for several Pakistani dailies. Fellow journalists in Hangu were stunned by the news of his death and announced three days of mourning.Located to the south of Peshawar (the provincial capital) and near the Orakzai Tribal Area, Hangu district has been experiencing violence for years because of the presence of various extremist religious sects and, more recently, the arrival of the Taliban.At least nine journalists and media workers have been killed in the course of their work in Pakistan since the start of the year, including three since the start of this month.last_img read more

The project of Integral Quality Management in Lika destination is starting

first_imgThe event was attended by about 80 representatives of protected nature areas, private renters, owners of restaurants, hotels, camps, tourist boards, agricultural producers and other stakeholders in the tourist sector of Lika destination.  By the way, the branding of Lika Destination started in 2015 through the INTEGRA LIKA 2020 project, which was launched by LAG LIKA, and today it is operationally implemented by the Lika Destination Cluster. The implementation of this project will improve the uniformity of service quality and supply.  In order to make a significant step forward in measuring the quality of sustainable destination development, Plitvice Lakes National Park and the Lika Destination Cluster have signed an agreement with Feel IQM on the implementation of the IQM Destination Lika project. Through this project, which will include about a hundred stakeholders from Lika destination, a measurable system of service quality levels, the National Park offer, as well as the destination itself will be established, whereby the current level of quality in the destination will be raised through individual education of stakeholders Lika destination will be more recognizable in the tourist market.  The entire IQM project as a pilot project started on Lošinj, a destination that in 2015 received the UNWTO award for innovation and creativity, third place in the world.  THE “LIKA QUALITY” SIGN PROUDLY WEARS 98 PRODUCTS RELATED NEWS: In the Plitvice Lakes National Park, on January 17, 2019, the Agreement on the implementation of the Integrated Quality Management project in the Lika destination was signed.  NEW GREAT STORY FROM LIKA AND A REAL EXAMPLE OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT! GASTRONOMICAL OFFER OF GASTRO LIKA PRESENTED LAG LIKA AS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT AND BRANDING OF LIKA AS AN INDIGENOUS TOURIST DESTINATION last_img read more

Versiti begins COVID-19 Antibody Testing to identify convalescent plasma donors

first_imgStatewide — Coronavirus cases are still rising across the country and the world. As this continues, the need for convalescent plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients is great. To help identify potential donors Versiti, Inc., a national leader in blood health innovation, is now performing a screening test for COVID-19 antibodies on all successful donations.Because samples are collected at the end of the donation process, the test will not be performed if a donor is deferred or unable to complete their donation, nor can the test be provided on its own. The test will inform donors if they have antibodies reflective of a prior COVID-19 infection. The test does not screen for the virus itself and does not inform donors if they currently have COVID-19, nor does it indicate future immunity against the virus.Testing will be done at Versiti’s laboratory in Indianapolis. Donors can find their results through their online account at versiti.org or the Versiti app. Positive test results will also be mailed to the donor. Potential plasma donors can call 1-866-702-HOPE (866-702-4673) to donate or they can click here to sign up online.last_img read more