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At 7 Apr 2014 19:45:13 0000 (UTC) from Edward Drew <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Iraq War Journalist Death Toll, Iraq War Journalists, Iraq War Journalists Killed, Journalist Death Toll Iraq, Journalist Death Toll Iraq War, Journalist Deaths Iraq War, Media News
The Committee to Pr
otect Journalists marked the tenth anniversary of the start of the Iraq War and looked back at the journalist death toll during the conflict — which claimed the lives of a record number of journalists — on Tuesday.
The organization recorded the deaths at least 150 journalists and 54 media support workers in Iraq between the American invasion in March 2003 and December 2011, when the war was declared over. The number of fatalities was higher than any other war-time death toll for the press on record.
The CPJ noted another substantial difference between media casualties in Iraq and other conflicts: the majority of journalists killed in Iraq were victims of targeted killings. According to the CPJ:
In Syria, and to a lesser extent Afghanistan, combat-related crossfire has accounted for a large proportion of deaths. But in Iraq, at least 92 journalists, or nearly two out of every three killed, did not die in airstrikes, checkpoint shootings, suicide bombings, sniper fire, or the detonation of improvised explosive devices. They were instead murdered in targeted assassinations in direct reprisal for their reporting. Many were targeted because of their affiliations with U.S. or Western news organizations, or their connections to news outlets seen as having sectarian connections.
The vast majority of journalists and media workers killed were also Iraqi, CPJ reported. Two of the journalists — Michael Kelly, editor-at-large of The Atlantic and a columnist for The Washington Post, and Steven Vincent, who had contributed to The Christian Science Monitor and National Review — were from the United States.
Reporters Without Borders highlighted the heavy death toll and dangers facing journalists in Iraq in 2010. At the time, the organization had reported that the Iraq War had claimed the lives of more journalists than any other war since World War II, and had recorded the deaths of 230 media workers since 2003.
One reason for the high number of killings, according to Reporters Without Borders' Soazig Dollet, was sectarian violence and Iraqi journalists being targeted according to their factions.
April 7, 2014, 7:47 p.m. GMT
Listen, there is International Securities and Exchange Protection for people like me... Beware because it does not matter what country you are in... Enforcement can have you brought to court by court order in any country... Signing all these small print written contracts with Nasa Space Administrati
on could land a bunch of people and agencies in an International Justice Center with a threat for fines and jailtime... Be careful, there are already a significant amount of billionaires and millionaires in jail for white collar crime... Consequently, these securities fraud people have already done 60% percent of their time incarcerant... Make sure you know what you are doing with me... Even the hospitals and the city managers desks do not matter... Just because they sign the torture list with me and Nasa does not mean that you won't be isolated or broght to justice for securities fraud.... Mr. Edward D. Drew III/Universal Boss!!!
Elizabeth Jacobs Named Deputy Director Of SEC's Office Of International Affairs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington, D.C., Nov. 26, 2003 - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the appointment of Elizabeth Jacobs as Deputy Director of the Commission's Office of International Affairs.
Ms. Jacobs joined the SEC in 1984 as an attorney in the Division of Market Regulation's Office of Trading Practices. She became a senior counsel to the Office of International Affairs in 1989 and was promoted to Assistant Director in 1994. During her tenure, she has been responsible for negotiating many of the Commission's bilateral information-sharing agreements with foreign securities regulators and has represented the SEC in a number of international forums.
As part of the OIA's interest in improving coordination among the SEC's Divisions and Offices and in enhancing the efficiency of its operations, Ms. Jacobs will be charged with managing the Office of International Affairs' day-to-day operations. These operations include advising SEC commissioners and staff on regulatory policy initiatives that have international aspects, assisting the SEC's Enforcement Division with obtaining information and evidence related to securities law violations from abroad, and providing technical assistance to countries with developing securities markets.
Ethiopis Tafara, Director of the Office of International Affairs, stated, "Elizabeth brings with her extensive management experience and unique international expertise that will prove invaluable as she takes on the task of managing OIA's operations. She is well-known and highly respected among SEC staff in all of the Divisions and Offices, and we are very fortunate that she has agreed to take on this new role."
Ms. Jacobs received her undergraduate degree from Emory University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa, and her law degree, with honors, from the George Washington University National Law Center.
March 16, 2014, 10:20 p.m. GMT
Hide Your Coke
March 15, 2014, 12:20 p.m. GMT
Mr. Edward D. Drew III/Universal Boss!!! Jehovah@india.com
Just because America gave the MUSLIMS a MOSQUE in New York does not mean that America dealt with the issues about Sept. 11th Attacks.... According to Universal Research
March 14, 2014, 3:28 p.m. GMT
Listen, we still have problems with the United States... I see that the International Immigration Agencies from every country need to conform to a unilateral program to capture this ALIEN that we are faced with every single day and night here in the United States and other countries... The only thin
g that will kill it is NUCLEAR POWER... I suspect Former President George W. Bush is using this ALIEN to benefit himself financially and evesdrop with also on everyone.... I am sick of it... I also suspect the ALIEN can read human thoughts or your mind... I need support militarily... ASAP!!!! This problem may have also come from MARS... The MEDIA could have told the public more about this ALIEN here on the PLANET EARTH... Especially the U.S.A....
email@example.com /Edward D. Drew III/Universal Boss!!!
ICE spokesman Andrew Munoz<<<<<<<<< says the agency respects the right of people to express their opinions without interference.
March 8, 2014, 8:57 p.m. GMT
Listen, we have some problems with your media regulations... I am a private contractor called Universal with media services and also a non-transparent affiliate with Nasa Space Administration... I monitor and assess activity with the media and satelites and cable companies... Of course you already k
now of me... The media is not being interdependent or cost efficient with the way they are set up.... In laymens, they are driving everyone crazy including themselves... Something needs to be done and right away before we wind up in a third world war or something... Listen, how do you configure that the media can operate @ the level that they do via-financial and do not have more than one kiosk or facility in any town the size of Fort Worth, Texas? From a research study , we find that media's like NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, WB, ETC., only have 1 kiosk or facilty in towns the size of Fort Worth, Texas... Consequently, yet they are operating like they can run the whole city with <<<ONLY>>> that onu "CONDUIT/KIOSK" in the whole town... Take McDonald's, Walmarts, Jack-In-The-Box, Targets, Starnbucks, 7/Elevens, etc., These big chains of businesses operate well franchised for servicing big cities.... In an expendable way and cost-effective and efficient and without driving the public crazy and themselves crazy... There are particulars about internal business services in their businesses also that I will elaborate about later also... Back to the media
Feb. 26, 2014, 6:46 p.m. GMT
This is a good station, but not as good as it was since they dropped The Drive Time Happy Hour, with Chip Morris. I really miss Chip and the local touch he gave.
Feb. 1, 2014, 8:55 p.m. GMT
love u rush
Jan. 20, 2014, 7:26 p.m. GMT
Nov. 8, 2013, 7:31 p.m. GMT
Hide your Oxycontin here comes Rush.
June 21, 2013, 5:37 a.m. GMT
The hardest thing Rush has ever done is swing a golf club. He's only in it for himself, he doesn't care about working people.
Feb. 12, 2013, 5:53 a.m. GMT
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