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Two Russian journalists killed in eastern Ukraine

first_img to go further June 18, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two Russian journalists killed in eastern Ukraine Follow the news on Ukraine September 7, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV Organisation Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authority Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media News Newscenter_img Help by sharing this information February 26, 2021 Find out more March 26, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts News UkraineEurope – Central Asia UkraineEurope – Central Asia Anton Voloshin, a soundman employed by Russian public broadcaster VGTRK, was killed by the same mortar shell that also killed VGTRK reporter Igor Kornelyuk yesterday near Metallist, a village in the eastern region of Luhansk (see below).Voloshin was originally reported missing, but his body was found yesterday evening and was identified by VGTRK cameraman Viktor Denisov, who survived the shelling. Their employer confirmed the news at around 22:30 pm.Voloshin’s death brings the number of media workers killed in Ukraine in connection with their work since the start of the year to five ­– two reporters, one photo-journalist, one fixer and one media technician (Voloshin).——————–17.06.2014 – Fourth journalist killed in Ukraine, colleague missingRussian TV reporter Igor Kornelyuk was fatally injured today by a mortar shell outside Metallist, a village near the city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine, while his soundman, Anton Voloshin, has been missing since the shelling.Employed by Russian public broadcaster VGTRK, Igor Kornelyuk (Игорь Корнелюк) was the fourth journalist to be killed in connection with his work in Ukraine since the start of the year.Kornelyuk’s cameraman, Viktor Denisov, said he, Kornelyuk and Anton Voloshin were accompanying a group of refugees and rebels when they came under mortar fire. Kornelyuk was taken to Luhansk state hospital where he died on the operating table. Voloshin’s fate is currently unknown.“The violence affecting journalists in Ukraine is reaching unprecedented levels,” said Johann Bihr, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Eastern Europe and Central Asia desk. “We again call on the belligerents to do whatever is necessary to protect journalists, as required by international law and UN Security Council Resolution 1738.“We offer our heartfelt condolences to Kornelyuk’s family and colleagues. A full and impartial investigation must be carried out to shed light on his death and the deaths of the other journalists killed in this conflict.”The three other media fatalities have been Italian photographer Andrea Rocchelli and his fixer, the well-known Russian human rights defender Andrei Mironov, who were killed by a mortar shell near Sloviansk, in the Donetsk region, on 24 May, and Ukrainian newspaper reporter Vyacheslav Veremiy, who was gunned down in Kiev on 19 February after covering the Maidan Square protests. More than 200 journalists have also been injured or attacked in Ukraine since the start of the year.Reporting has become extremely difficult for journalists since the clashes between the central authorities and the anti-Kiev rebels developed into an armed conflict in April.Dozens of journalists, bloggers and netizens have been taken hostage by anti-Kiev groups, while arrests of Russian journalists by the Ukrainian armed forces are becoming more frequent. The information war waged by the parties to the conflict has resulted in constant attacks on TV retransmission centres and harassment of local media in eastern Ukraine. Many journalists have also been harassed, attacked or detained in Crimea since its incorporation into Russia in March. Follow RWB’s news feed on media freedom violations in Ukraine See RWB’s previous releases on Ukraine”Репортеры без границ” шокированы гибелью журналиста под Луганском (РИА Новости)(Photos: Sergey Gapon / AFP, Itar / Tass) last_img read more

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Menopause Health– a new dedicated GP-led clinical service to support women…

first_imgAdvertisement Linkedin Twitter DR Caoimhe Hartley, GP, is this week launching Menopause Health, a new dedicated clinic to support women with all aspects of the menopause.Dr Hartley is an Irish trained GP who has dedicated her career to supporting women with the menopause.  She is the only medical practitioner in Ireland to have been accredited by both the North American Menopause Society and the British Menopause Society and has recently been appointed as a British Menopause Society trainer.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up She brings her extensive experience to bear in establishing Menopause Health which is now open to women nationwide to book video conference or in-person consultations.Menopause Health will offer women holistic advice and treatment to manage the full range of symptoms that are associated with perimenopause and the menopause.  Often an under-served area of women’s medicine, this dedicated clinical service will be delivered in a welcoming, caring environment.  Dr Hartley expects to grow her team of accredited menopause specialists over the next 12 months.Menopause Health will offer a range of services including HRT, HRT alternatives and lifestyle advice all of which can have a positive impact on the menopause.The clinic will also offer procedures including health screening and/or referral for mammogram, DEXA scans etc; contraception counselling; cervical smear screening, IUD counselling, insertion and removal; endometrial and labial biopsy; pessary counselling and fitting; and STI screening.As a GP, Dr Hartley will manage most concurrent medical issues for patients in midlife in a general and holistic manner.Commenting on the establishment of Menopause Health, Dr Caoimhe Hartley said, “All women in Ireland should be able to approach their menopause with confidence.“Confident that they can access the best support, information and expert care to help them through what can be a challenging time.  On returning to Ireland, I could see that for many women the menopause is often an after-thought, symptoms are misconstrued as a normal part of the ageing process and stigma can stop women from seeking the help that they need.“The reality is that the symptoms of the menopause can be greatly improved by the correct medical intervention.  My experience and personal passion lie in women’s health so establishing Menopause Health was the natural progression for me and I look forward to welcoming women into my clinic to support them with all their perimenopause and menopause needs.” she said.Perimenopause and the menopause are driven by hormonal changes in the body.  Hormonal changes at this stage of life can impact on all aspects of health and life including symptoms that are physical or emotional in nature.Symptoms are often different for everyone and can range from mild to severe in terms of impact on health and lifestyle.  Menopause Health will work with the individual to identify the symptoms and deliver bespoke care tailored to those needs.Mental or emotional symptoms can include memory loss, depression, anxiety, panic attacks and a loss of confidence.  Physical symptoms can include hot flushes, irregular periods, insomnia, facial hair, sore or swollen breasts, acne and heart palpitations.A loss of libido, vaginal dryness and bladder issues can also be caused by changing hormone levels.  A full list of symptoms and more information on Menopause Health is available at www.menopausehealth.ie.Women aged 35 plus, who are experiencing symptoms of perimenopause or the menopause, can make an appointment at Menopause Health by email [email protected] or 01 538 3726.In addition to the virtual consultations available, Menopause Health will also offer in-person consultations at the dedicated clinic which is located in Dalkey, Dublin. Facebook WhatsApp TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostMenopauseMenopause Health Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash LimerickNewsMenopause Health– a new dedicated GP-led clinical service to support women living with perimenopause and the menopauseBy Meghann Scully – April 20, 2021 2584 center_img Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleRemembering Limerick’s last Munster championship win over CorkNext articleWATCH: “Hopefully we have that edge this year” – Limerick Ladies Footballer Roisin Ambrose looking forward to 2021 Meghann Scully Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

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