News News Receive email alerts Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor News Help by sharing this information TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Judicial harassmentFreedom of expression Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Judicial harassmentFreedom of expression Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law RSF_en Reporters Without Borders (RSF) pays tribute to the massive support that has resulted in today’s conditional release of its Turkey representative, Erol Önderoglu, after ten days in an Istanbul prison.At the same time, RSF requests continued pressure on the Turkish authorities so that they withdraw the charges against Önderoglu and the other participants in the campaign of solidarity with the Kurdish newspaper Özgür Gündem.One of the other two participants arrested with Önderoglu on 20 June, Sebnem Korur Fincanci of the Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TIHV), was also released today but the third, writer-journalist AhmetNesin, is for the time being still held.Their arrests triggered a worldwide outcry about the latest escalation in Ankara’s attempts to stamp out dissent. This assault on the very symbol of media freedom in Turkey was publicly decried by activists and fellow journalists in Turkey, by the UN secretary-general, and by scores of NGOs, associations, politicians and leading media figures throughout the world.RSF expresses its warmest thanks to all the people, anonymous and well known, what have helped to obtain the release of Önderoglu and Fincanci.“Our arrests show that the traditional harassment of journalists is being progressively extended to all civil society critics,” Önderoglu told RSF on his release from prison. “At a time when the Turkishauthorities are trying to restore their credibility with European institutions, respect by them for international legal standards on freedom of expression is long overdue.” June 30, 2016 RSF’s Turkey representative freed thanks to strong support to go further Follow the news on Turkey Organisation “We are of course delighted that Önderoglu and Fincanci have been freed,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “They should not have spent a single day in prison. But the case is just beginning andthe campaign must not let up. We call for Nesin’s immediate release and the withdrawal of all charges against all participants in the Özgür Gündem solidarity campaign.”As some 50 journalists have so far stressed in their brave gesture of solidarity with Özgür Gündem, pluralism is in great danger in Turkey. Many journalists and media workers are currently detained while hundreds of arbitrary prosecutions are under way. International support is more necessary than ever in order to curb the Turkish government’s authoritarian excesses and to support Turkey’s journalists.Turkey is ranked 151st out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. April 28, 2021 Find out more April 2, 2021 Find out more Erol Önderoglu – Credit: Ozan Kose News April 2, 2021 Find out more
Lawsuits by Mr. Pinkerton and the Justice Department, which argued that the city violated the Fair Housing Act by denying dwellings based on the race of prospective tenants, led to its eventual construction.In late 2012, Deer Creek opened — three prairie-style apartment buildings with facades of cement siding and brick, pitched roofs and balconies for each unit. Eighty-six of the 102 apartments are reserved for tenants earning significantly less than the county’s median household income of $81,000.- Advertisement – Still, she has felt like an “outcast” in New Berlin, she said. Ms. Landeros, who is Mexican-American, said she and her boyfriend, who is Black, have been harassed by the police. As a fervent Black Lives Matter supporter, she said she was discomfited by the “Trump 2020” and “We back the badge” signs that dot many yards.She avoids taking her children to parks or other public spaces in New Berlin, which is 93 percent white, because it seems like people stare at them, she said. – Advertisement – Mr. Chiovatero, 60, feels some vindication in what the complex has become. He pulled his car into a parking lot across the street on a recent wind-swept afternoon and nodded toward the apartments with a smile. “Does that look like low-income housing to you?” he asked.It is the sort of place that Mareza Landeros had thought was out of her price range, with modern amenities like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and large closets. But last year, Ms. Landeros, 28, and her two children moved into a two-bedroom unit for about $700 a month, less than half of the market rate.“It’s a very relaxing, nice area,” said Ms. Landeros, who grew up in Milwaukee and works in nursing.- Advertisement –
In his time, he has been co-head of equity finance, deputy head of equity finance and head of strategy and development in the global equities and derivatives solutions department.Amundi is among the largest asset managers in Europe, and ranked 10th in IPE’s Top 400 Asset Managers 2015.At the end of 2014, it reported assets of €865bn, with external European institutional clients worth €261bn. French asset manager Amundi has hired a long-standing senior manager of Société Générale as deputy CIO.Vincent Mortier, most recently CFO of the global banking and investor solutions division at the bank, has been named deputy CIO and will join the manager’s executive committee.The position will see him work closely with Pascal Blanqué, current CIO and head of institutional clients, who replaced then-CIO Pascal Voisin in 2005 at Crédit Agricole Asset Management, which was eventually subsumed into Amundi. Mortier has worked at Société Générale, which owns a minority stake in Amundi, since 1996.
Deontay Wilder will defend his WBC heavyweight title against Dominic Breazeale on May 18 at the Barclays Center.The two fighters were present as the bout, which will be broadcast live in the U.S. by Showtime, was announced to the media at the venue in Brooklyn on Tuesday. Wilder is unbeaten in 41 fights, though his 100 percent win record ended last time out when he drew with Tyson Fury.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearA rematch between that pair was initially on the cards, but a failure to agree to a second meeting led to the WBC ordering its champion to face his mandatory challenger next instead.”It’s always a great thing to get mandatories out the way. I consider them like flies — they are always buzzing in your ear, especially at a time when you’re trying to do something for the heavyweight division,” Wilder told the media. “We need to see one champion. One face. One name. With that being said, that becomes a mighty task to complete. You need some cooperation from a lot of people to make that happen.”One thing about me is that I want to fight the best. I’ve been trying to prove to the world what I’ve been saying. This isn’t being arrogant, not being cocky, it’s what I believe in my heart. No one can take that away from me. I’m going to continue to believe that until someone takes it away from me.”Deontay Wilder literally talked to Dominic Breazeale for the entire faceoff.#WilderBreazeale pic.twitter.com/OsGxFZ1r1N— Sporting News Fights (@sn_fights) March 19, 2019Breazeale was stopped by Anthony Joshua when challenging for the IBF title back in June 2016 but is confident he will put an end to Wilder’s plan to unify the division.”I’m going to do something that everybody wants to see — I’m one of those guys that is sick of seeing him walk around with that belt,” he said. “I’m going to put him on his a—. Everyone will be in their seats, but they’ll be rising up when I knock him down — and they’re going to stay on their feet.” Breazeale is now working with trainer Virgil Hunter, who is best known for his partnership with former two-weight world champion Andre Ward.”I’m glad he’s got Virgil on his side, maybe he can show him something different, something to not get knocked out,” Wilder said of his opponent’s new partnership. “Maybe that’s impossible to do, though. Every man I’ve faced has landed on the canvas. I’m going to continue to do that. There is no man that is going to beat Deontay Wilder.”I bring the excitement in the heavyweight division. I hold all the keys in the heavyweight division. I am the man in the heavyweight division.”