A group of foreign journalists was prevented from covering a rally

first_img RSF_en Organisation March 11, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 A group of foreign journalists was prevented from covering a rally Newscenter_img A group of foreign journalists was prevented from covering a rally at the Tajoura mosque (14 km east of Tripoli). Several men in uniform approached the group and told them that they were not authorized to be in the area. They were then taken back to their hotel. A representative of the Libyan government who accompanied them told them that the presence of foreign media encouraged violence. Help by sharing this informationlast_img read more

Photos: The Irish Chamber Orchestra, remembering the late John Kelly, former…

first_imgLinkedin 18-5-19 The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Email 18-5-19Charlotte Eglington ICO and Imelda Dervin: ICO John Kelly Decication . Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Brian Dunning and Malachy Robinson ICO;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Print 18-5-19 Stephanie Walsh, Dr. Edward Walsh, Peter Finnegan and Aibhlin McCrann;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Malachy Robinson, ICO, Michael Houlihan, John Horgan and Eamonn Lawlor;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Sarah Jane Kelly (John Kelly’s daughter);The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Imelda Dervin and Margaret Kelly;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Advertisement Facebook 18-5-19 Irish Chamber Orchestra performs with ICOYO: The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wisemancenter_img 18-5-19 The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith WisemanThe Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday May 18, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra.   A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family.   ICO musicians with students from the Sing Out with Strings community programme performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father.Rounding off the string recital with flute, the Orchestra played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by principal bass Malachy Robinson, a tune that “was John’s all time favourite and that he loved to murder when he played it,” according to current chief executive Gerard Keenan, hosting the reception..  More than 200 guests and Friends of the ICO supported the warm and emotional celebration. Then Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio, purpose designed and built under John’s stewardship,  to his memory. Daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque to his memory which will hang in the studio, located on the outer reaches of the Plassey campus.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 1 of 13 18-5-19 MImelda Dervin, Aibhlin McCrann, Charlotte Eglington and Gerard Keenan, CEO ICO;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Lily Broderick and Don O Connor;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 Frances Shanahan and Margaret Kelly;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman Twitter NewsPhotosPhotos: The Irish Chamber Orchestra, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEOBy Staff Reporter – May 27, 2019 560 18-5-19 Sarah Jane Kelly with Gerard Keenan, CEO, ICO :The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. Picture: Keith Wiseman 18-5-19 John Horgan, Helen Rackhart and Kostas Wootis;The Irish Chamber Orchestra hosted a very special evening at the ICO studio on Saturday, remembering the late John Kelly, former CEO of the Irish Chamber Orchestra. A large gathering of family and friends included John’s wife Ellen, his daughter Sarah Jane and many members of the extended Kelly family, were present. ICO musicians performed a medley of music by the composer TC Kelly, John’s father. The ICO played an arrangement of the Orange Blossom Special by Principal Bass Malachy Robinson – a tune that John loved to play. Over 200 guest attended the evening. ICO CEO Gerard Keenan dedicated the ICO studio to John Kelly’s memory and his daughter Sarah Jane Kelly unveiled a plaque, which will hang in the studio, in John’s memory.. 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B’ville boys soccer works past West Genesee, Liverpool

first_imgPompo shot 37, with Nate MacGregor stepping up for his best performance of the fall, a 38 to match the total of Glavin, and Petragnani clinching the win with a 39.Earlier in the week, B’ville had displayed this similar quality in a match against Liverpool, prevailing 188-204 over the Warriors as Petragnani went to the forefront with a 35. Glavin and Billy Guild both shot 38, with Pompo getting a 40 as Trey Ordway stepped up, his 42 matching Ianno.In the last week of the regular season, B’ville would meet F-M’s White team at Woodcrest on Wednesday after trying to avenge an earlier defeat to Cicero-North Syracuse Blue on Monday.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvilleboys soccer A week from now, the Baldwinsville boys golf team will return to Radisson Greens, intent on recapturing the Section III Class AA championship.The Bees will do so with far more confidence thanks to its 188-191 victory over previously undefeated Fayetteville-Manlius Green last Wednesday afternoon at Timber Banks.These teams had first met Aug. 29 at Woodcrest, and F-M Green prevailed 186-195, with both teams on relatively even terms except for the 33 scored by the Hornets’ Enzo Abruzzese.center_img Victor Ianno had scored 36 to lead the Bees, followed by 39s from Aidan Farmer and Alex Pompo. Tanner Glavin had a 40 and Anthony Petragnani added a 41 as, for F-M, Adam Butch had a37, with Velton Perry adding a 38 and 39s from Seth Bailey, Matt LaCombe and Mike Millimaci.. Having not lost since, the Hornets brought its deep roster to the rematch at Timber Banks, where the Bees would counter with its own well-balanced lineup.In the race for individual honors, Farmer shot an even-par 36, which Butch and Matt LaCombe, would match. Yet the Hornets would only have one other sub-40 total, a 39 from Heyman, and B’ville pounced.last_img read more

SPOTY 2016 – Murray to Mount up Titles

first_img StumbleUpon Share Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Submit GVC hails SportsAid programme developing next generation of British athletes August 7, 2020 Share With sixteen nominees as opposed to the usual ten, and still the likes of Chris Froome missing out, it just goes to show that, whilst the rest of us suffered, it’s worth remembering that British sports had a good 2016. Tim Reynolds, Sun BetsAfter the best year of his career to date which pivoted him to number one in the rankings having won Wimbledon, the ATP World Tour and an Olympic gold for good measure  Andy Murray is the strong bookies’ favourite.The gambling world is in serious doubt that anyone else can prevent the Scot from securing another SPOTY title, and the claim of being the only sports star to win it three times.Sun Bets Spokesman Tim Reynolds commented: “Andy Murray is one of the greatest sportsmen in British history, and ought to win SPOTY at an absolute canter- so we rightly make him our 1/10 favourite to hold on to his crown. Of course there’s a risk that the public will tire of voting for him, but equally it’s factored into his price that he’s got a track record of a big fanbase supporting him on the night.”A year of impressive sporting feats from countrymen and women however could mean an upset is on the cards. Mo Farah for instance, is priced as high as 20/1 in places, whilst Alistair Brownlee is generally at the 7/1 mark and Laura Kenny is at 25/1 with Stan James.Also reportedly somewhat in the running is Welsh hero Gareth Bale (best odds of 33/1). Reynolds noted: “There’s a strong case for third favourite Mo Farah at 16/1, much as there was in 2012. He’s a popular character but for whatever reason, doesn’t seem to motivate the public to back him strongly enough- just 8% voted Farah when he won Olympic Gold in the 5000m and 10,000m in 2012.“Quite frankly if 7/1 second favourite Alistair Brownlee wins for helping his brother over the line in an event that almost no Brits watched live, it’ll make a mockery of the award. If two American or Kenyan brothers had done the same thing, denying a Brit of a medal- we’d be calling them cheats!”It’s important to note that this is a public vote, and that following his Olympic heroics Brownlee won hearts and minds when he sacrificed his own race to help brother Jonny cross the finish line in the Triathlon World Series in September.William Hill is so convinced that Murray will make it a hattrick of titles that they’ve opened up betting for who’ll finish second to him. William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams commented: “Andy Murray is nailed on to win this year’s award, in fact we are so sure he will win that we have opened betting for who will finish second to Mr Murray.”last_img read more