Najiba Ayubi Afghanistan Find out more Oudom Tat has taken an interest in journalism and photography ever since he was a boy delivering newspapers in Phnom Penh. After working for an NGO, he became a fixer for foreign reporters, especially those who wanted to cover land conflicts in the capital and provinces. In 2011, he joined Voice of Democracy, one of the few independent radio stations that dare to criticize the government. Working as a photojournalist, he covered many sensitive stories that the government would rather conceal, such as conditions for workers in Cambodia’s key garment sector, protests by people evicted from their land, or campaigns for land rights. As a result of his reporting and dedication, he has been threatened and attacked repeatedly since the start of 2013, both by unidentified men in civilian dress and government officials. Despite the danger, he is more determined than ever to promote justice and human rights in Cambodia. Julian Assange Australia Find out more Follow the news on Cambodia See more Information hero Oudom Tat Receive email alerts Asia – PacificCambodia Zaw Phay Myanmar Find out more Asia – PacificCambodia Truong Duy Nhat Vietnam Find out more Muhammad Ziauddin Pakistan Find out more to go further Help by sharing this information
Star Files Idina Menzel Idina Menzel has had quite the 2014, and it’s not over yet. So how does she feel about the last 525,600 minutes, which have brought her an Oscar-winning tune, a Tony nomination, a Christmas album on Billboard’s Top 10 and more? “It feels good this year,” Menzel told The Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie on December 1, in what’s possibly the understatement of the century. And what about plans for even more Frozen? “I have no idea,” she said. “I just assume that because it’s so successful that that’s what they’re up to.” But just last week, the ice queen told The Telegraph that a sequel and a stage adaptation are “in the works.” Come on, Elsa, don’t hold it back anymore! The If/Then star also performed her rendition of “Silent Night” with just a hint of not-so-silent belting. Have a look at the live performance below, and check out more yuletide realness from Menzel on her album, Holiday Wishes! View Comments
Loading… Former West Ham goalkeeper, Rob Green, insists the manager’s job remains one of the most coveted. Manuel Pellegrini Manuel Pellegrini was sacked by the Hammers yesterday after the defeat to Leicester City. Speaking to Radio 5 Live, Green insisted there would be no shortage of managers interested in taking the job. “It would be an interesting choice to bring David Moyes back but – a bit like Nigel Pearson – he has something to prove,” he said. “He has had a number of positions where it didn’t go so well. He might come into it with a newfound resolution, or a new lease of life.Advertisement “Maybe it will be a short-term appointment to the end of the season where if he does keep them up you say: ‘Here’s a big bonus and see you later’. “I am sure if you say to the West Ham fans we need someone to see us through to keep us in the division, it’s a tough call. “We don’t know what the owners’ thinking is. Read Also:Moyes set to replace sacked Pellegrini at West Ham “There’s big names out there. Unai Emery is a shout, Rafa Benitez has said he is not coming back from China. “There are managers who would love to manage West Ham.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had Left7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right NowThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneFrom Enemies To Friends: 10 TV Characters Who Became CloseCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?
City of Batesville has been offered an opportunity to purchase the old Ivy Tech BuildingBATESVILLE, Ind. – The City of Batesville has been offered an opportunity to purchase the old Ivy Tech Building located at the intersection of Huntersville and County Line Road.City officials say they would transform the vacant building into the Batesville Area Resource Center, housing non-profit organizations.There is a local donor willing to donate $50,000 to the creation of the center if the city can raise matching funds, making $100,000 total.If so, the funds will be used to relocate the city-owned Batesville Area Ministerial Association Food Pantry into the old college building. The pantry is currently located at 120 Sycamore St. and is need of repairs.The pantry has served an average of 700 people and 280 children under the age of 18 each month for past three years.Mayor Rick Fledderman commented, “There is more of a sense of urgency to find a different building for the food pantry because of the close quarters and not a lot of space.”“Plus, there are concerns over the actual condition of building as far as electric, the electric needs to updated. The heating, the system needs to be updated. There is just a lot of updates needed for that particular building.”The city would also look into phasing in additional entities in the old Ivy Tech building, such as the SEI Health Center and a nonprofit Resource Center creation.Other nonprofit organizations could possibly take part in the center, in shared workspaces and revolving offices, city officials said.“The plan is to make the building a very attractive building and it will not, in anyway, hurt the neighborhood or anything like that.”“It will be a good partnership, just like Ivy Tech and the grocery store was for many years, the building is also in pretty good shape,” Fledderman added.The city has not yet acquired the old Ivy Tech building as they search for donations to transform the concept into a reality.