<> on July 29, 2013 in San Francisco, California. VIDEO: Hackers stole information for more than five million credit and debit cards used at retail chains Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off 5th and Lord & Taylor stores. The Hudson’s Bay Company, which owns the retail outlets, would not comment on which exact stores were affected by a data breach. According to The Canadian Press, cybersecurity firm Gemini Advisory LLC has identified three Canadian stores where customer credit card date may have been stolen as the Saks outlets at Sherway Gardens in Toronto, Bramalea Town Centre in Brampton and the Pickering Town Centre.
Marrakech – More than 5,000 people descended upon Bab Ighli and Bab Jdid in Marrakech to attend the World Human Rights Forum held on November 28-30. Among those in attendance was a group of survivors of the Tazmamart prison in the Sahara in the south of Morocco near Errachidia.Six former military officers, members of the Moroccan Army and Air Force, were interred in Tazmamart Prison in the early seventies on claims that they had participated in a military coup d’etat against then Moroccan King Hassan II, the father of King Mohammed VI. The six were Air Force Chief Warrant Officer Maguti Al Moufadal, Air Force Sergeant Ahmed Bouhida, Air Force Sergeant Mohammed Bouamlat, Army 2nd Lieutenant Ahmed Marzouki, Air Force Lieutenant Mohamed Alzemmouri, and Army 2nd Lieutenant Moudine Abdelali Sefreoui.According to Chief Warrant Officer Al Moufadal, although not convicted of any crime, the men were sentenced to terms ranging from 3 to 5 to 15 years. Nevertheless, all of them ended up being incarcerated in the prison for almost 20 years. Three years later, upon their transfer from the prison in Rabat to Tazmamart in 1973, he said, four fellow military officers disappeared and have never been heard from since. The conditions at the prison were hard. With each prisoner kept in a cell 2.5 meters by 3 meters, the men “spent 18 years and four months in the dark,” according to Sergeant Bouamlat. “We had no light, no medicine, no good food, and no family visits,” said Sergeant Bouhida. “We didn’t go outside and we were given 5 liters of water in each 24-hour period.”The soldiers were released in 1991, as a result of international pressure, according to Al Moufadal. The story he tells is that one of the soldiers in the group imprisoned in Tazmamart had been married to an American woman. When she learned that her husband was in prison, she appealed to U.S. President Ronald Reagan and international human rights organizations to get her husband out. In the meantime, her husband had managed to get a letter to her which told about the other prisoners. Her husband refused to be released unless the others were as well.While 58 soldiers were sent to Tazmamart prision in 1973, only 28 were still alive when the six men were released. “Our liberty was by the grace of the U.S. and European countries, and national and international human rights associations, and we thank them,” said Bouamlat.Although the government provided some compensation to the soldiers after their release, the soldiers say it was insufficient. Bouhida now supports an extended family of seven on the money he earns from fixing pots and pans and pressure cookers.Morocco has engaged in significant reforms in the last decade in terms of its treatment of prisoners and prison conditions with enactment of the Equity and Reconciliation Act of 2004 and ratification of the UN protocol against torture. The fact that that these former prisoners can attend a human rights forum and raise such issues in the country that imprisoned them all those many years ago, is an indication that Morocco is moving in the right direction, although there is still much to do.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed.
Wellington Police notes for Monday, August 19, 2013:â€¢12:08 a.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 1000 block Shady Lane Ct., Wellington by known subject(s).â€¢8:38 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of medication in the 500 block S. F, Wellington.â€¢9:30 a.m. Officers took a report of a found bicycle in the 100 block N. High, Wellington.â€¢10:30 a.m. Officers investigated Cruelty to Animals in the 400 block W. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢2 p.m. Officers took a report of found medication bag in the 200 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢On August 16, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. Brandon R. Randall, 25, Belle Plaine, was issued a notice to appear for leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident.â€¢Tyler D. Booth, 23, Wellington was served a Summons/Complaint to appear for domestic battery and disorderly conduct.â€¢6:18 p.m. Charles E. W. Callahan, 36, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance in the 500 block W. 14th, Wellington.â€¢8:17 p.m. Brian S. Boor, 21, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with seat belt violation and child restraint violation.
Letterkenny Athletic ClubTurkey Trot 2014PlaceRace No.NamePre. TimeAct.TimeTime Diff.1326Shaun Mc Bride25:300:25:30.000:002320Liam Doherty17:220:17:21.000:013340Marcus Mcclintock18:200:18:19.000:014359Kevin Greenan20:150:20:14.000:015388Mark Trayers22:100:22:11.000:016347Catherine Whoriskey19:530:19:51.000:027297Daniel Cullen19:550:19:58.000:038345John Hughes22:350:22:32.000:039348Danny Mooney15:300:15:33.000:0310353Kevin Mc Gee17:300:17:26.000:0411346Raymond Birch17:180:17:22.000:0412299Darren Beecroft20:100:20:16.000:0613335Mark Mcpaul16:500:16:44.000:0614339Marie Boyle21:000:20:54.000:0615292Aidan Mc Kenna17:490:17:57.000:0816343James Mc Fadden17:300:17:38.000:0817364Michael Logue17:520:18:01.000:0918279Donal Farren16:550:16:46.000:0919385Eimear Mc Dermott20:060:20:16.000:1020384Eoin Sheehy22:370:22:47.000:1021276Barry Chambers19:130:19:02.000:1122322John Cannon19:500:20:01.000:1123357Paul Lee20:150:20:27.000:1224356Kevin Toner20:450:20:57.000:1225316Mark Canning19:550:20:08.000:1326288Joe English19:100:18:57.000:1327387Michael Gillespie24:500:24:36.000:1428301Gerard Mc Gettigan18:080:18:22.000:1429277Derek Callaghan18:000:18:15.000:1530313Catriona Devine18:200:18:35.000:1531334Garvan Boyce19:300:19:45.000:1532314Pauric Breslin16:160:16:31.000:1533360Gerard Mc Connell21:000:21:15.000:1534291Orla Redmond29:550:30:11.000:1635329Irene Mc Fadden25:300:25:14.000:1636330John Doherty25:300:25:14.000:1637368Paddy. Toye24:000:23:44.000:1638290Paul Coyle23:230:23:06.000:1739312Teresa Doherty16:250:16:42.000:1740286PJ Boyce17:500:18:09.000:1941310John Conaghan19:300:19:50.000:2042351Donal Mulholland20:300:20:52.000:2243354Gerard Marley22:220:21:59.000:2344341Denis Sheridan27:340:27:11.000:2345289Gerry Mc Monagle18:300:18:07.000:2346321Claire Harkin21:560:22:20.000:2447350Brian Ferry17:400:18:04.000:2448386Markus Mc Brearty16:500:17:15.000:2549342Adrian Mc Hugh20:000:20:25.000:2550332Angus Hunter22:000:21:34.000:2651328Shauna Mc Geehan19:590:19:32.000:2752287Gerard Gallagher15:280:15:55.000:2753296Jason Mc Daid19:350:20:02.000:2754349Paula O’ Cullen25:000:25:29.000:2955275Brian McCrea17:340:17:04.000:3056311James Carlin21:150:21:46.000:3157298Marie Boyle23:250:22:54.000:3158352Brian Crossan17:350:18:08.000:3359361Gerard Gallagher20:350:21:09.000:3460281Kay Byrne19:000:19:34.000:3461325Mary Martin25:450:25:11.000:3462365Siobhan Hopkins26:300:27:04.000:3463383John Mc Elwaine23:000:23:35.000:3564278Dara Dunne21:300:20:55.000:3565355Kevin Ferry17:560:18:32.000:3666302Dermot Mc Elchair17:500:17:13.000:3767300Eugene Mc Ginley23:100:23:48.000:3868324Peter Kardos20:190:19:40.000:3969333Barry Mackey19:500:20:29.000:3970317Michael Galvin22:150:21:35.000:4071323Damian Mc Bride18:150:18:55.000:4072282PJ Hagan18:450:19:26.000:4173327Jack Mc Bride16:300:17:14.000:4474285Margaret Kelly20:000:20:44.000:4475336Noreen Bonner20:590:21:45.000:4676331Joseph Casey24:000:23:13.000:4777382Cathal Morrisan19:540:20:44.000:5078284Terry Mcfadden19:450:20:41.000:5679366Garry Price25:100:26:06.000:5680344James Mc Bride23:200:22:20.001:0081367Breda Canning30:000:28:56.001:0482370Chris Dullaghan29:300:28:23.001:0783358Dermot Gallagher22:480:24:00.001:1284295James Gibbins20:300:21:44.001:1485315Matt Hogan20:300:21:44.001:1486280Aisling Farren24:220:23:01.001:2187337Kenneth Moore20:300:21:57.001:2788293Pat Mc Kenna27:050:25:31.001:3489362Jean Mc Glinchey28:100:26:35.001:3590274Philip Connolly26:000:24:24.001:3691294Rachel Mc Kenna27:000:25:21.001:3992283Stephanie O’hara29:460:31:42.001:5693338Bernie Gallagher29:460:31:42.001:5694318David Connors24:100:26:27.002:1795319Edel Bradley24:100:26:27.002:1796389Margareta Shields25:300:23:07.002:2397363Sean Lorinyenko25:450:28:14.002:29RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE LAC 2014 TURKEY TROT was last modified: December 14th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2014LACturkey trot