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first_img to go further News May 21, 2021 Find out more June 2, 2021 Find out more Related documents rossiya_ru-2.pdfPDF – 267.3 KB The Russian state is characterized by a lack of political pluralism and widespread corruption. In a country where respect for human rights is far from given, state control of the broadcast media, arbitrary use of an anti-extremism law and, above all, impunity for acts of violence against journalists, especially in the North Caucasus, are the main media freedom violations.. Two Russian journalists persecuted for investigating police corruption RSF_en News Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Russia July 2, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Russiacenter_img Organisation Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown Listed as a “foreign agent”, Russia’s most popular independent website risks disappearing Receive email alerts News News RussiaEurope – Central Asia May 5, 2021 Find out more RussiaEurope – Central Asia Dmitry Medvedev showed signs of wanting to allow more freedom after being installed as president in 2008, but the Putin era’s political trends reaffirmed themselves. Centralized control of the regions, the creation of something close to a one-party system and draconian excesses in the course of combating terrorism are the main features of a government with little tolerance of criticism.Although most of the Russian population gets its news from TV, there is a glaring lack of diversity in the broadcast media. As for the print media, just a few national newspapers led by Novaya Gazeta escape control and ensure a minimum of pluralism. Radio Ekho Moskvy and Radio Svoboda are other examples of independent news outlets.At the local level, the situation is more varied. Some regions, such as Perm, enjoyed relatively free media while in other regions the media are entirely controlled by the local political authorities or powerful figures often linked to major energy or industrial groups. Despite intense pressure, a few media manage to do independent reporting in the Caucasus, where Dosh and Chernovik are examples of journalistic dedication.Although lawsuits and prosecutions are common, violence continues to be the main problem. Physical attacks on journalists are frequent but usually go unpunished despite President Medvedev’s statements on the subject. According to the Glasnost Defence Foundation, a Reporters Without Borders partner organization, there were at least 58 physicalattacks on journalists in 2010.As many journalists constantly feel unsafe, they tend to censor themselves. Corrupt senior officials, abuses by the security forces and environmental issues (http://en.rsf.org/deforestation-and-pollution-high-03-06-2010,37654.html) continue to be sensitive subjects. Coverage of the protests against the destruction of Khimki forest, to the north of Moscow, has been accompanied by many physical attacks on journalists such as Mikhail Beketov.After 2009, a black year in which five journalists were killed in connection with their work, the murders of Magomedsharif Sultanmagomedov in 2010 and Yakhya Magomedov in 2011 served as reminders that the NorthCaucasus continues to the most dangerous region for journalists.President Kadyrov behaves like a tyrant in Chechnya but the lawlessness extends to other parts of the Caucasus, especially Dagestan, endangering the lives of the journalists who work there. A total of 26 journalists have been killed in connection with their work in Russia since 2000. The investigations into their murders are sluggish and rarely reach the presumably highly-placed or well-protected instigators.Certain emblematic cases experienced significant progress in the second quarter of 2011. The presumed hit-man in Anna Politkovskaya’s murder was finally arrested and two people wereconvicted of Anastasia Baburova’s murder but it would be rash to assume that the era of impunity is over.The Internet, a space where independent voices still find expression, is now being targeted by the authorities, who are trying to develop online filtering and surveillance. Bloggers are the victims of lawsuits and prosecutions, often under the “anti-extremism” law, which was amended in July 2007.Cyber-attacks are also on the increase, targeting above all blogging platforms such as LiveJouranal and the websites of independent newspapers such as Novaya Gazeta. The growing frequency of website blocking and attacks on bloggers resulted in Russia being including in the countries “undersurveillance” in the Enemies of the Internet report that Reporters Without Borders released on 12March 2011.Censorship of the Internet, like censorship of the media, is nowadays largely decentralized. But although strong leadership from the top in all areas of society is now a guiding principle for the authorities, admonishments about cyber-censorship have been strangely slow in coming.File updated in July 2011 last_img read more

first_imgDr. Billy Harris delivered a straightforward and stirring message at the National Day of Prayer Service Thursday in Troy. Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Book Nook to reopen Sponsored Content By Blood Sugar Blaster SPEAK UP: Community members celebrate National Day of Prayer Members of the community gathered together Thursday to celebrate National Day of Prayer. Dr. Billy Harris delivered the message and said the nation is “in trouble with God,” and the people of the community should act as an ambassador for Christ. Email the author Published 4:00 am Friday, May 8, 2015 Skip Latest Stories “America is in trouble with God,” Harris told those who gathered for the service. “God will either bless us or bury us. We are called to be ambassadors for Christ, to be the mouthpiece of God. We are not doing what we are called to do and we are in trouble with God.”Harris, Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions and My Hope with Billy Graham, said if darkness continues to prevail in the world, it is because “we fail to shine.”“God’s light has been passed on to us,” he said. “This is no time for wimps in the pulpit or sissies in the pews. It is time for us to accept the torch that has been passed to us.”center_img Md: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) You Might Like BREAK A LEG: PLAS seniors perform ‘Once Upon a High School” as their first ever performance Madison Gilmore, left, plays Donica one of the lead roles for “Once Upon a High School,” while Hunger Murphree plays… read more Print Article By Jaine Treadwell Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Members of the community gathered together Thursday to celebrate National Day of Prayer. Dr. Billy Harris delivered the message and said the nation is “in trouble with God,” and the people of the community should act as an ambassador for Christ. Members of the community gathered together Thursday to celebrate National Day of Prayer. Dr. Billy Harris delivered the message and said the nation is “in trouble with God,” and the people of the community should act as an ambassador for Christ. “We go to church; the minister preaches; we go home; that’s what Christians do now,” he said. “When prayer was taken out of the schools, Christians were in church. While babies are being aborted, Christians are in church. Being in church is not enough. We’ve got to quit going to church and be the church of the Living God. The only hope for the world is Jesus.”The crowd that gathered for the National Day of Prayer Service was one of the largest in recent years, said Linda Adams, Salem-Troy Baptist Association, administrator.“We had people in attendance from all around the county,” she said. “We had a group of students from New Life Christian Academy and were especially proud to see so many young people in attendance. The students also read during the Bible Reading Marathon that began at 6 p.m. Sunday and concluded at noon Thursday. People from throughout the county read in 15-minute increments and we read from Genesis through Revelation and then began reading in the New Testament until noon.”Adams expressed appreciation to all of those who participated in the Bible Reading Marathon as readers or as recipients of God’s word.Millie Blanton of Brundidge said she attended the closing of the Bible Reading Marathon and the National Day of Prayer Service because she loves God and loves hearing His world read.“It’s important for us to hear God’s word and then heed his word,” she said.Dolisca Steed of the Richland community,” said she receives a blessing from the reading of God’s work and the hearing of it.“I read as a part of a group from Richland Baptist Church and again today,” she said. “Being a part of the Bible Reading Marathon is a way to reach out to the community by sharing of God’s word.”Probate Judge Wes Allen said Americans should never forget that this nation’s Founding Fathers used God’s word to establish “one nation under God.”“It’s time for revival and for a spiritual awakening to sweep this country,” he said.Harris agreed and said that such a revival must begin with “with each of us.” Harris said America was founded on Christian principles but America has forsaken its spiritual roots.“And, we are in trouble with God,” he said. “America was founded to be a Christian nation. America cannot turn its back on God and not pay the price tag. We cannot be silent. ”Harris said billboards and bumper stickers read: “God Bless America” but God has already blessed America.“Now, it’s time for America to bless God,” Harris said but added that Christians cannot bless God simply by “going to church.” Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. 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first_imgEveryone has heard the commercials proclaiming “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”While it’s true for most visits to Sin City, the No 8-ranked Wisconsin wrestling team will try to build on their strong performance at the Cliff Keen Invite in Las Vegas this past weekend. The Badgers wrestled well and finished with two wrestlers — Tyler Turner and Craig Henning — in the top five.”All things considered, it was a good performance. We had nine guys compete, four of them were backups and everyone stepped it up,” head coach Barry Davis said. “I was very pleased with the overall effort and the way we competed.”This weekend the Badgers will travel to Cedar Falls, Iowa where they will take on a formidable opponent in Northern Iowa. On the Mats, UNI holds a slim 18-16 advantage in the all-time series against Wisconsin.However, as of late, the Badgers have succeeded against the Panthers, winning the last three meetings in convincing fashion. Currently, Northern Iowa is ranked at No. 20 and has nationally ranked wrestlers at the 141, 157 and 165-pound weight classes.One of the more stimulating matchups of the weekend should be at the 133-pound weight class, where Tom Clum is expected to make his triumphant return to the Badger lineup.After being sidelined with a wrist injury all season the All-American will square off against one of Northern Iowa’s best in Chris Helgeson. Helgeson is currently the active leader in career wins at UNI with 64, and this season he holds a 13-6 record — good enough for best on the team.Players and coaches alike have been waiting for Clum to return, and there’s no doubt he will be put to the test in his debut this weekend.At the 141-pound weight class, UW senior Ed Gutnik will be facing sophomore C.J. Ettelson, who currently leads the Panthers with three pins on the year. Ettelson is 11-4 this season and has a career record of 33-16. He was a national qualifier a year ago after posting a 22-12 record as a redshirt freshman.Gutnik, who has emerged as a star for the Badgers, has just one loss on the year after being defeated by one point against Northern Illinois’s Josh Wooton.”[Northern Iowa has] got a bunch of guys ranked. They’re a talented squad and it should be a good meet,” Gutnik said. “But we always expect to win and it’s no different this weekend.”At the 174-pound class, Wisconsin’s Tyler Turner will be competing after an eventful weekend in Vegas. After losing his first match of the season in the semi-finals, Turner went on to take home third place in tournament after beating the No. 2-ranked wrestler in the country, Arizona State’s Pat Payne.Turner, who is 9-1 on the year, expects a hostile environment in Cedar Falls and will look to weather the storm.”The [crowd’s] going to be with them and the fact that we’re ranked higher doesn’t mean they don’t have a chance,” Turner said. “Anything could happen, and we’re just looking to improve on what we have so far. We’ve just got to forget about the crowd, do the little things and [we’ll] be OK.”Following their road meet against Northern Iowa, Wisconsin will return home and hit the mats for another set of matches against Northern Illinois. Back-to-back meets in different venues won’t be an easy task, but Davis expects his team to be ready.”I don’t anticipate that being a problem — we’ve had the Vegas tournament back-to-back days and then the Rock Haven tournament followed by Penn State,” Davis said. “I was wondering how our young guys would handle it but they responded well in some hostile environments. We’ve been training for these situations all season, and we’ll be ready.”Saturday’s meet will be broadcast live on Iowa local television, while the Badgers’ home meet against Northern Illinois will be available via webcast at Uwbadgers.com.”We’re getting a chance to perform in Iowa and show their fans what this program is all about,” Davis said. “Wisconsin wrestling is on the move, and when we come home, we’re going to get a chance to showcase our talent. These are two must-win situations because we’ve got to keep on the upswing before our schedule gets heavy.”last_img read more