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MALARTIC, QUBEC–(Marketwired – March 8, 2014) – Osisko Mining Corporation (the “Company” or “Osisko”) (TSX:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to report that a celebration of the International Women’s Day took place at its Canadian Malartic mine yesterday.
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Pole To Win, the premier one-stop-shop for video game quality assurance testing, customer support, and localization announced last December that it has established a new subsidiary in Gwangju, Korea. The studio has now opened its doors for business ready to serve the region with game testing needs.
Pole To Win is a provider of game software testing and localization. In order for us to stay aligned with the globalization of the game industry, we have been rapidly expanding our overseas activity by establishing subsidiaries and acquiring companies in oversea areas making our presence available in 5 countries and a total of 8 locations.
Korea is one of the most active gaming markets in the world with many mobile and online gaming companies, and has a high number of players in the region. Pole To Win Korea was established with the objective of creating a base of operations in Korea, being able to provide support services to local businesses as well as Japanese businesses that want to expand into Korea.
Company Name: Pole To Win Korea Co., Ltd. Representative Director: Nobuhiro Park Founded: December 20, 2013 Address: 60 Songam-Ro, Namgu, Gwangju, Korea Capital: 500,000,000 KRW (approx. 471,800 USD)
About Pole To Win America: Pole To Win is the worlds premier video game services provider. With a range of services including Quality Assurance Testing, Localization, Customer Support and Onsite Staffing, Pole To Win is a one-stop-shop for video game production needs. With nearly two decades of experience, and a global reach stretching across 19 studios, PTW has the infrastructure to support projects and companies of all sizes. Pole To Win International Group is a group of subsidiaries of Poletowin Pitcrew Holdings Inc. POLE TO WIN is a registered trademark of Pole To Win Co., Ltd in Japan and other countries. All rights reserved. For more information, visit http://www.poletowininternational.com. Stay connected with PTW Intl on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
For media inquiries, please contact Pole To Wins Marketing Manager, Masaru Harada: pr(at)poletowininternational(dot)com or (408) 969-0062.
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Trigger-happy Israeli army and police use reckless force in the West Bank Feb 27 2014 – 12:01am
Israeli forces have displayed a callous disregard for human life by killing dozens of Palestinian civilians, including children, in the occupied West Bank over the past three years with near total impunity, said Amnesty International in a report published today.
The report, Trigger-happy: Israels use of excessive force in the West Bank, describes mounting bloodshed and human rights abuses in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) as a result of the Israeli forces use of unnecessary, arbitrary and brutal force against Palestinians since January 2011.
In all cases examined by Amnesty International, Palestinians killed by Israeli soldiers did not appear to be posing a direct and immediate threat to life. In some, there is evidence that they were victims of wilful killings, which would amount to war crimes. The report presents a body of evidence that shows a harrowing pattern of unlawful killings and unwarranted injuries of Palestinian civilians by Israeli forces in the West Bank, said Philip Luther, Director of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Amnesty International.
The frequency and persistence of arbitrary and abusive force against peaceful protesters in the West Bank by Israeli soldiers and police officers and the impunity enjoyed by perpetrators suggests that it is carried out as a matter of policy.
Deaths and injuries
Amnesty International has documented the killings of 22 Palestinian civilians in the West Bank last year, at least 14 of which were in the context of protests. Most were young adults under the age of 25. At least four were children.
According to UN figures, more West Bank Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in 2013 than the total number killed in 2011 and 2012 combined. Forty-five were killed in the past three years.
Peaceful protesters, civilian bystanders, human rights activists and journalists are among those who have been killed or injured.
In the last three years at least 261 Palestinians, including 67 children, have been seriously injured by live ammunition fired by Israeli forces in the West Bank. An astonishing number of Palestinians in the West Bank – more than 8,000, including 1,500 children have been wounded by other means, including rubber-coated metal bullets and the reckless use of tear gas, since January 2011. In some cases documented, victims have also died as a result of their use.
HUNTSVILLE Sam Houston State theater professor Maureen McIntyre will be directing her final production at the university today after a long and accomplished career filled with awards and many memories. McIntyre has worked at Sam Houston since 1970 and her final production, Much Ado About Nothing, will mark her 84th at the school. She never envisioned being at SHSU for 44 years, but has enjoyed every second of her time here in Huntsville
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NEWSNIGHT: Oxfam’s Ben Phillips and SodaStream CEO talk West Bank settlements and Scarlett Johansson – Video
NEWSNIGHT: Oxfam's Ben Phillips and SodaStream CEO talk West Bank settlements and Scarlett Johansson
After the Scarlett Johansson controversy, Oxfam's Director of Policy Ben Phillips and SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum speak separately to Newsnight about the …
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The South African government is encouraging South African-born Israelis to take advantage of an amendment to the countrys electoral law that allows them to vote from abroad in the upcoming national election, but some immigrants have expressed doubts about the prospects of the campaign’s success.
Under the terms of a law passed in November, all South African citizens who live overseas and register at their local South African embassy or consulate by February 7 will be eligible to vote. This marks a change from the last election, in 2009, when only those South Africans who had already registered in South Africa or were traveling abroad on business could cast overseas ballots.
The South African Embassy in Israel opened on two consecutive Saturdays this month to process applications, in addition to its regular weekday hours. The umbrella organization representing South African Jewry has also jumped on the bandwagon, with the South African Jewish Board of Deputies targeting South African-born Israelis through social media as part of its Make Us Count voter awareness campaign.
Im really surprised at how much the government has invested to promote registration overseas, said Dave Bloom, the director of Telfed, Israel’s South African Zionist Federation. Ive spoken to a number of South Africans who find it strange that they think theres a significant number of people here who would vote.
Yesterday morning, Telfed announced on its website that a delegation of officials from the ANC would visit Israel next week to meet with South African-born Israelis and drum up support for the party. But by the afternoon, Wendy Kahn, the national director of the Jewish Board of Deputies and one of the trips organizers, told Haaretz that the ANC delegation had backed out of the trip for unspecified reasons.
However, a member of the ANC who was involved in planning the trip said there is still a good chance that the delegation will come. We are just working through the logistics, said the member, who was not authorized to speak publicly.
The visit would come at a time of heightened tension between the Israeli government and the ANC, South Africas ruling party since the end of apartheid in 1994. At the last ANC National Congress in 2012, the party passed a resolution calling on South Africans to support the boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against Israel. In the past two years, the countrys deputy minister of international relations announced that South Africans should avoid visiting Israel because of its treatment of the Palestinians, and the minister of trade pressured importers to label all products produced in the West Bank. Meanwhile, in what many perceived to be a politically motivated snub, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled his plans to attend last months memorial service for the late South African president and ANC leader Nelson Mandela, citing the high cost of the trip.
Darryl Egnal, a native of Johannesburg who has lived in Israel for four and a half years, said she was surprised to hear the ANC may be sending a delegation to the country she says it has consistently demonized.
I think South Africans will have a lot of really pertinent questions to ask them because the community is very upset about the onesided stance that South Africa is taking on Israel, Egnal said.
Earlier this month, Byron Gerber registered to vote at the embassy in Ramat Gan. Gerber, who immigrated to Israel five years ago, said he planned to vote (not for the ANC) because most of his family still lives in South Africa.
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50 noteworthy films for 2014 Forecasting the year’s best films is no easy task, especially now that more films are released than ever before.
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The Associated Press Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, center, and his wife Akie wave as they depart for Africa, at Haneda Airport in Tokyo Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. Abe is heading to Africa, keeping up a busy overseas travel schedule designed to boost Japan’s global profile in the face of China’s rise. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT
By KEN MORITSUGU/Associated Press/January 9, 2014
TOKYO (AP) Japans leader departed for a weeklong African tour Thursday, keeping up a busy travel schedule designed to restore Japans global influence in the face of Chinas rise, as well as help Japanese companies win business overseas.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who will make a short visit to the Mideast state of Oman before heading to the Ivory Coast, Mozambique and Ethiopia, is taking a different approach to foreign policy than his immediate predecessors, visiting a wider range of countries to try to broaden Japans diplomatic reach.
Publicly, Japanese officials deny that Abes travels have anything to do with China. Wherever he goes, Prime Minister Abe is asked if he is there to compete against China, but thats not our intention at all, Hiroshige Seko, a deputy chief cabinet secretary, said in an interview Thursday. As far as the African nations are concerned, they are important regardless of China.
But the unofficial backdrop is Chinas rise, and the relative decline of a once ascendant Japan during two decades of economic stagnation. Abe wants to restore confidence in Japan, both at home and abroad. He often gives speeches and high-profile media interviews when he travels, for example promoting his Abenomics growth policies to bankers in London and New York.
Its partly about outflanking China, but also about gaining more global respect for Japan and renewing ties with natural allies in Southeast Asia, India and the Middle East, said Kent Calder, the director of the Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
A series of revolving-door prime ministers who served brief terms have hurt Japans diplomacy, and Seko said Abe feels responsible because it started with him during an earlier stint as leader in 2006-07. What Prime Minister Abe is trying to do is to regain what Japan has lost over the past few years, he said.
Abe touched down in 25 countries in 2013, his first year in office. He was the first Japanese leader to go to the Philippines since he visited in 2006, and made it a point to hit all 10 Southeast Asian countries. Other stops ranged from major Persian Gulf oil producers to Turkey, Poland and Mongolia.
Abe told reporters before his departure that Africa can be seen as a frontier for Japans diplomacy. Japan is a longtime aid donor to Africa, and it has stepped up its assistance over the past five years. In June, Japan hosted a meeting attended by nearly 40 heads-of-state of African nations, and pledged another $14 billion over the next five years, as well as promises of billions more in private investment.
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TRIPOLI, Libya – Rows of identical temporary housing and a smell of rotting food and sweat made more pungent by the unbearable heat mark the camp that has become home to 300 families of the Tawergha tribe, forced to flee their homes during the Libyan revolution.
Slogans daubed onto the walls of the camp’s primary school express the common sentiments of the thousands living on this former construction site in the outskirts of Tripoli: “I want to go back to my old school” or “I am proud to be Tawergha.”
In August 2011, 42,000 members of this tribe were driven from their homes in the town of Tawergha as rebels from the nearby city of Misrata stormed in, shooting indiscriminately and burning houses, leaving a ghost town in their wake.
“I had palm tree orchards and fruit plants around my house,” said 62-year-old Faraj Al Tawerghi, sitting under the shade of a tree outside his temporary dwelling. “I was a farmer and now my house is destroyed, and I don’t know how my trees are.”
The Tawergha are the main tribe in Libya and remain in limbo following the end of the Libyan revolution in 2011. With many having sided with former president Moammar Gadhafi, who was killed in October of that year, they have faced persecution following the revolution – losers in an uprising that brought to the fore old clan rivalries.
Analysts say the conflict between the different Libyan tribes is complicating the country’s transition from authoritarian to democracy.
“Libya is traveling a dangerous journey through the minefield of transition, and it could explode the entire country,” said Fawaz Gerges, director of the Middle East Center at the London School of Economics. “There are mechanisms of co-existence and finding democratic means to resolve past tensions and injustices and in societies where they don’t do so, they don’t make the transition.”
Now, amid reports there will be no extra funding from the Obama administration to promote democracy in Libya, the Tawergha and other pro-Gadhafi Libyans face being left to deal with the persecution, as reconciliation between them and the rebels remains on the back burner.
But it shouldn’t be, say analysts, because Libya needs them to move forward, and put their house in order, especially in light of outbursts of violence between rival militias.
“Libya must pursue its future on a solid grounding of equality, justice and respect for the rule of law and human rights,” said Elham Saudi, the director of Lawyers for Justice in Libya, a human rights organization. “Ensuring the safe return, protection and support of the Tawerghans will greatly contribute to this effort and is vital to a success of national reconciliation.”