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  • Welcome Video - SNL

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  • Virgin Mobile USA press event

    Virgin Group founder Richard Branson pops open a bottle of champagne to celebrate the announcement of Virgin Mobile USA's new iPhone plan. He then points the bottle at Virgin Mobile USA CEO Dow Draper.

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  • Trump Salutes US Troops in Bastille Day Parade

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  • 16 LOST SOULS: KC-130 CRASH Statement & Memorial w/ Photo & Names Of All Men Killed.

    July 14, 2017. CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, USA. A Marine Corps KC-130 transport aircraft crashed in LeFlore County, Miss., on July 10 at approximately 4 p.m. CDT, with 16 service members missing and presumed deceased. The aircraft was transporting six Marines and one Navy sailor from Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command and their associated equipment for routine small unit pre-deployment training at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. All seven were from the Camp Lejeune-based 2d Marine Raider Battalion. Reporting The News That Matters - From A Human Rights Perspective. Alistair Reign News' Playlists Are Rated (18+) for possible graphic images of war, injury or death. Read our website disclaimer for more information (https://alistairreignblog.com/disclaimer/). Alistair Reign News Rep...

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  • USA: Nauert struggles through first press briefing as State Dep. Spokesperson

    Spokesperson for the United States Department of State Heather Nauert held a press briefing in Washington D.C, Tuesday. It was her first one since formally accepting the role on April 24. Video ID: 20170607-003 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • Tool Time Tuesday - Potter USA Pancake Die Cutting Press

    Melissa Muir, Jewelry artist and Teacher reviews and demonstrates the new pancake die cutting press offered by Potter USA. This product is used only for cutting out shapes with pancake dies.

    published: 17 Feb 2015
  • USA: WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY LOCKHART

    English/Nat XFA The White House Press Secretary, Joe Lockhart, gave his last briefing on Friday. But he wasn't allowed to slip away quietly. Not only did colleagues pull a series of tricks on Lockhart, his session with the press was interrupted by a visit from his boss. Friday's briefing got off to a musical start, as reporters played Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" as Lockhart walked into the briefing room. Although trying to hold a normal briefing, it was not long before Lockhart realized even his staff weren't going to let the opportunity pass without some jokes. UPSOUND- "Who did this? Afterwards. OK, I'm not moving, I'm not touching anything." "Question" "Vodka, I believe." Not only that, Lockhart also had a visit from the U-S president himself to mark his las...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • USA: ACTRESS SIGOURNEY WEAVER IMMIGRATION LAW PRESS CONFERENCE

    English/Nat Critics of a 1996 United States law making it more difficult for foreigners to seek asylum say it does not adequately protect the rights of refugees. The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights group says the recent changes in immigration law are a serious retreat from America's long standing tradition of providing safe haven to those seeking refuge from persecution. Actress Sigourney Weaver took her case to the U-S capital - highlighting concerns for victims of persecution and urging lawmakers to repeal the law. The group, The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, released a report on Tuesday called "Slamming the Golden Door," detailing twelve months of expedited removal of asylum seekers. Laws governing asylum seekers in the United States have been toughened in the ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • USA: US DEFENCE SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN PRESS CONFERENCE

    English/Nat The commander of the US air base blown up in a terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia failed to protect his men, US Defence Secretary William Cohen said on Thursday. Brigadier General Terryl Schwalier was in charge of the Dhahran barracks - known as Khobar Towers - when the attack took place on June 25, 1996. Cohen's decision to deny Schwalier a promotion effectively ends the career of the officer, whose unit lost 19 airmen to the huge truck explosion that tore through the barracks. It was in these Dhahran barracks - known as Khobar Towers - that 19 US airmen were killed by a huge truck bomb explosion last year. On Thursday, US Defence Secretary William Cohen said the commander of the air base did not do enough to prevent the attack. As a result, Secretary Co...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Sean Spicer Press Conference (Melissa McCarthy) - SNL

    White House press secretary Sean Spicer (Melissa McCarthy) and secretary of education nominee Betsy DeVos (Kate McKinnon) take questions from the press (Bobby Moynihan, Kristen Stewart, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Alex Moffat, Mikey Day). Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/

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  • USA: IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL DORIS MEISSNER PRESS CONFERENCE

    English/Nat The top US immigration official on Monday said her agency's key priority was to find those responsible for a smuggling operation in New York City. Doris Meissner, head of the US Immigration and Naturalisation Service, was speaking after 57 deaf Mexicans were found living as virtual slaves in New York. Meissner said authorities were boosting efforts to locate the smugglers behind the forced labour-ring and said they'd do everything possible to protect the victims. The head of the US immigration and Naturalisation Service on Monday said her agency was troubled by the discovery in New York of more than 50 people believed to be victims of an illegal alien smuggling ring. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The United States Immigration and Naturalisation Service is deeply ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Enolgas USA Inc. Press Forging Brass Capabilities

    In order to offer a wide range of products and distinguished customer service Enolgas is equipped with the most advanced technology machinery, that allows the manufacture of parts for different application such as parts for valves, taps, cocks and fittings, heating devices, pumps and compressors, meters, fire extinguishing system , cooking appliances and many other applications. In the last few years we have implemented the production of fittings with a department dedicated to their production, assembling and packaging. Enolgas can rely on 10 press machines which are able to hot-forge different articles ranging from 0.0484 Lbs (20 Gr.) to 20 Lbs (9.0 Kg.) with machine cycles from 500 pieces to 3.500 pieces hourly. A further production consists in the casting of parts for industrial boiler...

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • USA w/CC: 2-1-17. DHS Kelly Press Briefing on Trump's New Executive Order.

    02.01.2017. WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES Department of Homeland Security John Kelly participated in a media availability alongside CBP Acting Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, ICE Acting Director Thomas Homan, and I&A Acting Under Secretary David Glawe to discuss the operational implementation of the president’s executive orders. Press conference was held at the CBP Press Room in the Ronald Reagan Building 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, D.C. Reporting The News That Matters - From A Human Rights Perspective. Alistair Reign News' Playlists Are Rated (18+) for possible graphic images of war, injury or death. Read our website disclaimer for more information (https://alistairreignblog.com/disclaimer/). Alistair Reign News Reports produced and written by Alistair Reign are personal opini...

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  • USA: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKS ITS 150TH ANNIVERSARY

    English/Nat The Associated Press marked its 150th anniversary on Thursday with a solemn salute to 23 journalists who died on assignment. A minute's silence was observed at the memorial service at the organisation's world headquarters in New York's Rockefeller Centre. Speaking at the service, Louis D. Boccardi, A-P's president and chief executive officer, said the memorial was heartfelt and was the highlight of a yearlong celebration. In 1876, the journalist Mark Kellog followed General Custer to the Little Big Horn. It was the last battle he would ever see. He died during the struggle and was the first person working for the Associated Press to die while on assignment. Thirty-three-year old George Bede Irvin was killed trying to snap the "perfect picture" during ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
Sky News - Live

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Global News Coverage on Bloomberg TV LIVE

Global News Coverage on Bloomberg TV LIVE

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Welcome Video - SNL

Welcome Video - SNL

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Virgin Mobile USA press event

Virgin Mobile USA press event

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Virgin Group founder Richard Branson pops open a bottle of champagne to celebrate the announcement of Virgin Mobile USA's new iPhone plan. He then points the bottle at Virgin Mobile USA CEO Dow Draper.
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Trump Salutes US Troops in Bastille Day Parade

Trump Salutes US Troops in Bastille Day Parade

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16 LOST SOULS: KC-130 CRASH Statement & Memorial w/ Photo & Names Of All Men Killed.

16 LOST SOULS: KC-130 CRASH Statement & Memorial w/ Photo & Names Of All Men Killed.

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July 14, 2017. CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, USA. A Marine Corps KC-130 transport aircraft crashed in LeFlore County, Miss., on July 10 at approximately 4 p.m. CDT, with 16 service members missing and presumed deceased. The aircraft was transporting six Marines and one Navy sailor from Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command and their associated equipment for routine small unit pre-deployment training at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. All seven were from the Camp Lejeune-based 2d Marine Raider Battalion. Reporting The News That Matters - From A Human Rights Perspective. Alistair Reign News' Playlists Are Rated (18+) for possible graphic images of war, injury or death. Read our website disclaimer for more information (https://alistairreignblog.com/disclaimer/). Alistair Reign News Reports produced and written by Alistair Reign may contain personal opinions, requests or observations, and are not to be reported or quoted otherwise. Video press briefings are from reliable media sources, journalists, correspondents, and/or witnesses reporting on location. Alistair Reign Channel's are not attached to, nor sympathize with, condone, or condemn any religious organization or group - excluding terrorist groups of course! Alistair Reign and associated humanitarian fundraising campaigns represent human rights for all, and the wellness of children worldwide.
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USA: Nauert struggles through first press briefing as State Dep. Spokesperson

USA: Nauert struggles through first press briefing as State Dep. Spokesperson

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Spokesperson for the United States Department of State Heather Nauert held a press briefing in Washington D.C, Tuesday. It was her first one since formally accepting the role on April 24. Video ID: 20170607-003 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Tool Time Tuesday - Potter USA Pancake Die Cutting Press

Tool Time Tuesday - Potter USA Pancake Die Cutting Press

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Melissa Muir, Jewelry artist and Teacher reviews and demonstrates the new pancake die cutting press offered by Potter USA. This product is used only for cutting out shapes with pancake dies.
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USA: WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY LOCKHART

USA: WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY LOCKHART

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English/Nat XFA The White House Press Secretary, Joe Lockhart, gave his last briefing on Friday. But he wasn't allowed to slip away quietly. Not only did colleagues pull a series of tricks on Lockhart, his session with the press was interrupted by a visit from his boss. Friday's briefing got off to a musical start, as reporters played Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" as Lockhart walked into the briefing room. Although trying to hold a normal briefing, it was not long before Lockhart realized even his staff weren't going to let the opportunity pass without some jokes. UPSOUND- "Who did this? Afterwards. OK, I'm not moving, I'm not touching anything." "Question" "Vodka, I believe." Not only that, Lockhart also had a visit from the U-S president himself to mark his last day. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Most people think Joe is leaving for purely selfish monetary reasons. But the truth is he told me I was no longer in enough trouble to make it interesting for him. That getting up every day and going to work and making policy in helping the Democrats, you know, is boring him to tears and he said he couldn't stand to be alone in his office crying anymore and so he had to leave. So I have one little gift for him, a memorial of our one and only day playing golf together. It happened a couple of weeks ago. Here's Joe, and the caption is ... Joe, typical day as Presidential Press Secretary ... lost in the weeds. Unlike the press corps, I'll give you a mulligan." SUPER CAPTION: Bill Clinton, U.S. President Lockhart took over from Mike McCurry in October of 1998 in the midst of the impeachment crisis. He's leaving now to lecture and pursue other opportunities and is being succeeded by his deputy, Jake Siewert. Lockhart says despite being warned he'd come to hate briefings, he's never stopped enjoying his daily jousting with reporters. For its part the White House press corps honoured his departure with a large cake. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/47793f49c0d9a2c707fdbd5c49145bb9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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USA: ACTRESS SIGOURNEY WEAVER IMMIGRATION LAW PRESS CONFERENCE

USA: ACTRESS SIGOURNEY WEAVER IMMIGRATION LAW PRESS CONFERENCE

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English/Nat Critics of a 1996 United States law making it more difficult for foreigners to seek asylum say it does not adequately protect the rights of refugees. The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights group says the recent changes in immigration law are a serious retreat from America's long standing tradition of providing safe haven to those seeking refuge from persecution. Actress Sigourney Weaver took her case to the U-S capital - highlighting concerns for victims of persecution and urging lawmakers to repeal the law. The group, The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, released a report on Tuesday called "Slamming the Golden Door," detailing twelve months of expedited removal of asylum seekers. Laws governing asylum seekers in the United States have been toughened in the past twelve months. The group says the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (I-N-S) has failed to make the system humane, fair and accurate and called on the Congress to hold the immigration authorities accountable. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Everyday our staff at the Lawyers Committee learns how unwise this new law is and how mean spirited it is in practice. The I-N-S inflicts asylum by ordeal on people who have already suffered enormously. Give me your tired, your hungry, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free - perhaps do we need to add an asterix which says 'once they have passed a secondary inspection and a credible fear test' - I hope not. " SUPER CAPTION: Sigourney Weaver, Actress The stricter rules went into effect on April the first, 1997, to the dismay of critics who feared they would keep aliens with legitimate asylum claims out of the country. April the first this year also marks the beginning of the one year filing deadline for people seeking asylum. Edin Rudic, a Bosnian Muslim from Sarajevo, says he was confused and wary of officials in the United States after surviving the war in Bosnia and didn't believe that he could get asylum. Rudic arrived in the United States in August 1994, using a student visa which he got with the assistance of an American journalist covering the war in Bosnia. More than a year after his arrival, in November 1995, Rudic was granted political asylum. SOUNDBITE: (English) "One year would not be have been enough time for me to get my application filed - but I had a lot of things going for me that many others needing asylum do not have. I speak English fairly well, I had a good education, I had not been physically tortured - for many people who don't have those advantages one year will not be nearly enough." SUPER CAPTION: Edin Rudic, Bosnian refugee Immigration is still a huge issue in the United States - with more than one million new citizens being naturalised every year. In Los Angeles alone on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, 15-thousand new citizens were sworn in during three large ceremonies - and it's the eventual hope of many asylum seekers to get that same status. In 1997, the I-N-S received 43-thousand asylum applications, a sharp drop from the 127,000 in 1993. Officials believe they are getting fewer applications from people who are not being persecuted but simply want to come to the United States to work. The 1996 law was designed to squeeze abusers out of the system by giving INS officials the authority to refuse entry to foreigners who show up at airports and other ports of entry with suspect documents or no travel documents. Asylum seekers can now be sent away if they cannot persuade an immigration official that they have a credible fear of prosecution. Before the 1996 law, aliens with fraudulent documents could be sent home only after hearings by immigration judges. The remaining 27,774 were turned away. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a6649877429cdd842fd4be79884bf854 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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USA: US DEFENCE SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN PRESS CONFERENCE

USA: US DEFENCE SECRETARY WILLIAM COHEN PRESS CONFERENCE

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English/Nat The commander of the US air base blown up in a terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia failed to protect his men, US Defence Secretary William Cohen said on Thursday. Brigadier General Terryl Schwalier was in charge of the Dhahran barracks - known as Khobar Towers - when the attack took place on June 25, 1996. Cohen's decision to deny Schwalier a promotion effectively ends the career of the officer, whose unit lost 19 airmen to the huge truck explosion that tore through the barracks. It was in these Dhahran barracks - known as Khobar Towers - that 19 US airmen were killed by a huge truck bomb explosion last year. On Thursday, US Defence Secretary William Cohen said the commander of the air base did not do enough to prevent the attack. As a result, Secretary Cohen announced he would deny Brigadier General Terryl Schwalier a promotion - effectively ending his military career. Cohen met US President Bill Clinton before announcing his decision. At a Pentagon news conference following the meeting, Cohen said the president agreed with his conclusion that Schwalier did not adequately assess the danger of a possible attack. SOUNDBITE: (English) ''Brigadier General Schwalier recognised that a car or truck bomb parked on the edge of the Khobar complex posed a serious threat to his personnel, but he did not take adequate account of the implications of this terrorist threat or develop an effective response plan." SUPER CAPTION: William Cohen, US Defence Secretary Cohen cited what he called several security failures at the barracks. He said there was no effective alarm system to warn of an impending terrorist attack and no evacuation plans or training for the airmen. Despite Cohen's condemnation of Schwalier, he commended his service to the United States. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Brigadier General Schwalier is a fine officer who has served his country well during a long career. His primary mission over the skies of southern Iraq, Operation Southern Watch, was well-led and well-executed. But force protection, an implied task for all commanders, did not get his specific attention with regard to developing adequate defensive measures against a perimeter attack. And it was for this reason that I reached the conclusion detailed in the report that I delivered this morning to President Clinton." SUPER CAPTION: William Cohen, US Defence Secretary Cohen's decision goes against two internal Air Force reports, which contended Schwalier did everything he could have done for the safety of his troops. Critics of the decision say Schwalier is being used as a scapegoat. But Cohen insists, he is only being held responsible in making his conclusions. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General John Shalikashvili, said he supported Cohen's decision. SOUNDBITE: (English) ''We would do our profession no good if we got into the habit of circling the wagons around senior commanders because they are senior commanders. What we must do is use our best judgement and reasonable standards and hold commanders responsible and accountable against those standards. We owe nothing less to those young men and women and who we often lead into danger.'' SUPER CAPTION: General John Shalikashvili, Joint Chiefs of Staff Schwalier has served three years as a one-star general and is eligible to retire at that level, should he decide to do so. He also could remain and attempt to request a promotion a second time. However, such a move is considered highly unlikely, given that a decision to deny a second star to such a senior officer usually signals the end of a career. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/89d92f5526d00f04a3cb93a9757a26f4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sean Spicer Press Conference (Melissa McCarthy) - SNL

Sean Spicer Press Conference (Melissa McCarthy) - SNL

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer (Melissa McCarthy) and secretary of education nominee Betsy DeVos (Kate McKinnon) take questions from the press (Bobby Moynihan, Kristen Stewart, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Alex Moffat, Mikey Day). Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
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USA: IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL DORIS MEISSNER PRESS CONFERENCE

USA: IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL DORIS MEISSNER PRESS CONFERENCE

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English/Nat The top US immigration official on Monday said her agency's key priority was to find those responsible for a smuggling operation in New York City. Doris Meissner, head of the US Immigration and Naturalisation Service, was speaking after 57 deaf Mexicans were found living as virtual slaves in New York. Meissner said authorities were boosting efforts to locate the smugglers behind the forced labour-ring and said they'd do everything possible to protect the victims. The head of the US immigration and Naturalisation Service on Monday said her agency was troubled by the discovery in New York of more than 50 people believed to be victims of an illegal alien smuggling ring. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The United States Immigration and Naturalisation Service is deeply disturbed by the discovery this weekend of more than 50 deaf and speaking impaired Mexican nationals who have been smuggled into the United States and held in virtual slavery." SUPER CAPTION: Doris Meissner, Commissioner, Immigration and Naturalisation Service. Meissner said the INS was working with local authorities to protect the Mexican victims of the forced labour-ring. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The Service is committed to ensuring that any victim of this smuggling scheme is treated in a safe, secure and humane manner. I have directed that any custody arrangements by INS include upmost consideration for the special needs of these victims." SUPER CAPTION: Doris Meissner, Commissioner, Immigration and Naturalisation Service. She added the INS would also be looking for signs of similar smuggling activity in other US cities. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We have asked our investigators to do everything they can to develop other leads. We have alerted our officers around the country about the possibility that this could exist in other offices. As soon as we get any information we stand ready to go to local authorities in other parts of the country to pursue it." SUPER CAPTION: Doris Meissner, Commissioner, Immigration and Naturalisation Service. The INS confirmed that four Mexican nationals were in federal custody on charges stemming from the case. Three others are held by New York State officials on similar charges of violating U-S immigration laws. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b8afc702a95b19203f4ca6d60f194ea6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Enolgas USA Inc. Press Forging Brass Capabilities

Enolgas USA Inc. Press Forging Brass Capabilities

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In order to offer a wide range of products and distinguished customer service Enolgas is equipped with the most advanced technology machinery, that allows the manufacture of parts for different application such as parts for valves, taps, cocks and fittings, heating devices, pumps and compressors, meters, fire extinguishing system , cooking appliances and many other applications. In the last few years we have implemented the production of fittings with a department dedicated to their production, assembling and packaging. Enolgas can rely on 10 press machines which are able to hot-forge different articles ranging from 0.0484 Lbs (20 Gr.) to 20 Lbs (9.0 Kg.) with machine cycles from 500 pieces to 3.500 pieces hourly. A further production consists in the casting of parts for industrial boilers, chemical and heating systems. We hot-forge about 30 millions pieces yearly.
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USA w/CC: 2-1-17. DHS Kelly Press Briefing on Trump's New Executive Order.

USA w/CC: 2-1-17. DHS Kelly Press Briefing on Trump's New Executive Order.

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02.01.2017. WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES Department of Homeland Security John Kelly participated in a media availability alongside CBP Acting Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, ICE Acting Director Thomas Homan, and I&A Acting Under Secretary David Glawe to discuss the operational implementation of the president’s executive orders. Press conference was held at the CBP Press Room in the Ronald Reagan Building 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, D.C. Reporting The News That Matters - From A Human Rights Perspective. Alistair Reign News' Playlists Are Rated (18+) for possible graphic images of war, injury or death. Read our website disclaimer for more information (https://alistairreignblog.com/disclaimer/). Alistair Reign News Reports produced and written by Alistair Reign are personal opinions, requests or observations, and are not to be reported or quoted otherwise. Video press briefings are from reliable media sources, journalists, correspondents, and/or witnesses reporting on location. Alistair Reign Channel's are not attached to, nor sympathize with, condone, or condemn any religious organization or group - excluding terrorist groups of course! Alistair Reign and associated humanitarian fundraising campaigns represent human rights for all, and the wellness of children worldwide.
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USA: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKS ITS 150TH ANNIVERSARY

USA: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MARKS ITS 150TH ANNIVERSARY

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English/Nat The Associated Press marked its 150th anniversary on Thursday with a solemn salute to 23 journalists who died on assignment. A minute's silence was observed at the memorial service at the organisation's world headquarters in New York's Rockefeller Centre. Speaking at the service, Louis D. Boccardi, A-P's president and chief executive officer, said the memorial was heartfelt and was the highlight of a yearlong celebration. In 1876, the journalist Mark Kellog followed General Custer to the Little Big Horn. It was the last battle he would ever see. He died during the struggle and was the first person working for the Associated Press to die while on assignment. Thirty-three-year old George Bede Irvin was killed trying to snap the "perfect picture" during World War II. The Associated Press held a memorial service on Thursday to reflect upon the life and work of these two men and the 20 other men and one woman killed while working in the field for the agency. Attending the ceremony were family members of those fallen heroes and staff members who honoured their memories. SOUNDBITE (English) "All of them gave their lives to serve people they didn't know. People living in different states different countries. People to whom none the less they felt a passion to tell their story - whether it was with words or with picture." SUPER CAPTION: Lou Boccardi, President and CEO Associated Press Most of the A-P journalists lost their lives while covering political clashes and war. Some died during Vietnam, and World War II. But some fell during more recent political clashes like the uprisings in Somalia, Chechnya, and Afghanistan. Journalist Joe Morton was executed by the Nazis in 1945 who arrested him when he was working as an A-P correspondent in Slovakia. For his daughter Mimi Morton Gosney, memories of her father's death are still fresh on her mind. Her mother's scrapbook of family pictures are all she has left. SOUNDBITE (English) "My father and 13 officers were executed on the orders of Himmler. They were never accused of anything, nor were they ever brought to trial. The Germans simply wanted them dead. The head of the prison in which they were held was glad when they were killed. He wanted the space in his cell block for other prisoners. And he wanted the shoes for his men." SUPER CAPTION: Mimi Morton Gosney, Daughter of AP World War II Correspondent A Wall of Honour was dedicated to those who gave their lives reporting the news. A-P President Lou Boccardi and the audience observed a minute of remembrance. A-P wires were stalled during the silence, Serving A-P correspondents vowed never to forget their fallen colleagues. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The 22 men and woman we honour are forever enshrined in the AP's hall of fame and in our hearts. They were the guardians of a free press. The seekers of truth. Their companions were courage. Indeed they were often more honest with the peoples of the world than their own governments." SUPER CAPTION: George Esper, Special Correspondent The Associated Press is celebrating its jubilee with a museum exhibit of memorabilia and photographs, part of a yearlong observance including ceremonies throughout the U-S and countries as diverse as Japan, Mexico, Italy, and India. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5fff80a5eb4b27d17a5c941102e9371a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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