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Jon Ossoff Passes Torch to New Leadership at His Former Documentary Production Outfit Insight (EXCLUSIVE)

A changing of the guard is underway at the production company formerly led by Georgia Democratic Sen. Jon Ossoff. The London-based outfit, historically known as Insight TWI (The World Investigates), is rebranding as Insight Films, with producers Clive Patterson and Hugh Davies taking ownership as co-directors of the business, which specializes in hard-hitting documentary fare. Insight Films’ recent credits include the feature documentary “Sing, Freetown,” in which investigative journalist Sorious Samura travels to Sierra Leone to create a theater production about the nation’s history with playwright Charlie Haffner; and three-part BBC One series “Football’s Darkest Secret,” an in-depth investigation into historical child...
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WATCH TOWN ON iFOLLOW THIS SEASON

IFollow HTAFC offers supporters the chance to stream games. With the 2021/22 season fast approaching, we’ve put together some useful information about streaming of Huddersfield Town games over the course of the new campaign. Sky Sports hold the domestic broadcast rights with 138 Sky Bet EFL games being shown live...
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This start-up has pedestrians generating clean energy in Sierra Leone

If you are reading this article, then chances are that you are in a country with abundant access to electricity. For most people living in Sierra Leone, the opposite is true. In fact, the West African country has one of the lowest access rates for electricity across the globe. Just six percent of people in rural areas and only 26 percent of the overall population have access to electricity, according to the Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL). The majority rely on solar lanterns and dry-cell batteries because they aren’t hooked up to the national grid.
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Honouring our honourable honourables – a sequel

Andrew Keili: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 31 July 2021:. This “honourable” debate has reared its ugly head again! The Speaker of Sierra Leone Parliament has weighed in anew on the debate and ruled that Cabinet Ministers should not go by the title of “Honourable”. According to the Speaker, “honour” belongs only...
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UN warns of acute food insecurity in 23 countries

UNITED NATIONS: Two United Nations agencies, World Food Programme (WFP) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), have warned that in the next four months, conflict, coronavirus and the climate crises are likely to increase hunger in 23 countries, including Afghanistan. “Families that rely on humanitarian assistance to survive are hanging...
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The Power of Sierra Leone Radio | Education

In Sierra Leone, the radio teaching program is helping children receive education during and after the outbreak. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, my new role as the Minister of Education of Sierra Leone was only a few months away. At the height of the crisis, as many as 1.6 billion children worldwide found themselves unable to attend school in person. Many countries are caught off guard, trying to find a way to keep children at home with their education. However, in Sierra Leone, we are prepared for school closures caused by such epidemics. The interactive radio teaching program that we established during the 2014-16 Ebola crisis means that we are ready to provide distance education to millions of students.
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PPRC advises APC party on the safe path to national convention

The leadership of the All People’s Congress (APC) Party in Sierra Leone has held talks with the country’s Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC), following the party’s decision to take steps to organise its national convention in line with a High Court Order imposed on the party early this year. Writing...
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Government of Sierra Leone moves to confiscate properties of former government minsters

Since the publication of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) reports into corruption and mismanagement of public assets by former APC government ministers and officials, and the ensuing Court hearings, questions have been asked about whether the government of president Bio is serious about ensuring that those found wanting for corruption will pay restitution.
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Five Black Authors With Global Roots To Read This Month

The importance of Black voices can’t be overstated, making the need for Black authors ever so valuable. They can offer insight into experiences that those within and outside of the culture can better understand through the lens of Black characters. And while the American Black experience is multilayered and yet to be fully explored, it is vital to also focus on the Black diaspora, which is why we have chosen a selection of books from authors with global roots that we think you will enjoy.
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ISU names street for alum, diplomat

Indiana State University trustees on Friday approved the honorary naming of a campus street after Cynthia Shepard Perry, a Terre Haute native and ISU graduate selected by three U.S. presidents to represent the country on the international level. Perry, 92, served as the U.S. ambassador to Sierra Leone and Burundi.
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