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Hunt Companies | Real Estate, Infrastructure and Business Assets

27 Jun 2024  |  www.huntcompanies.com
Hunt Companies, Inc., a diversified and international family-owned holding company, invests in real estate assets, infrastructure, and real-asset focused operating businesses. Woody Hunt, the Senior Chairman, has a significant role in various educational and economic development organizations in Texas. Joshua Hunt, the Executive Vice President, is involved in numerous civic and professional boards and chairs the MountainStar Sports Group. Edward Escudero, an external board member, is the President and CEO of High Desert Capital and serves on multiple corporate and nonprofit boards. The company and its leaders have received numerous awards and honors for their contributions to the community and various sectors.

Deaths in Donegal - Tuesday, July 18

18 Jul 2023  |  inishlive.ie
A list of obituaries from Donegal, Ireland, for Tuesday, July 18, 2023, is provided, detailing the names of the deceased, their hometowns, and brief information about their lives, family, and funeral arrangements. Several individuals passed away unexpectedly at home or at Letterkenny University Hospital. Many of the deceased are remembered fondly by their families and communities, and some have had their funeral arrangements detailed, including requests for donations to the Donegal Hospice in lieu of flowers.

Deaths in Donegal - Tuesday, July 18

18 Jul 2023  |  www.letterkennylive.ie
A list of recent deaths in Donegal, Ireland, is provided with details on each individual's passing, including their names, locations, and family information. Some obituaries include funeral arrangements and requests for donations in lieu of flowers to the Donegal Hospice. The article serves as an announcement to the community and provides information on where and when funeral services will take place.

Deaths in Donegal - Monday morning, July 17

17 Jul 2023  |  www.ireland-live.ie
The article lists recent deaths in Donegal, providing details about the deceased individuals, their family members, and funeral arrangements. It includes information on Thomas Greene, John Bourke, Brendan McClenaghan, Eileen Byrne, Anne O'Boyle, Mary Hegarty, Charlie Anthony McDaid, Sarah Doogan, and Grace Ellen Hill, highlighting their family connections and the dates and locations of their funerals.

Deaths in Donegal - Monday morning, July 17

17 Jul 2023  |  www.donegallive.ie
The article lists recent deaths in Donegal, providing details about the deceased individuals, their family members, and funeral arrangements. It includes information on where the remains are reposing, funeral mass times, and options for donations in lieu of flowers to various hospices and charities.

Deaths in Donegal - Sunday morning, July 16

16 Jul 2023  |  www.ireland-live.ie
A list of recent deaths in Donegal, Ireland, is provided with details on the deceased individuals, including names, locations, and brief family connections. The obituaries include information on funeral arrangements, requests for donations in lieu of flowers to various organizations such as the Donegal Hospice and the Irish Cancer Society, and links to live streams of the funeral services. The text serves as an announcement and a respectful remembrance of the individuals who have passed away.

Deaths in Donegal - Sunday evening, July 16

16 Jul 2023  |  www.letterkennylive.ie
The article lists recent deaths in Donegal, providing details about the deceased individuals, their family members, and funeral arrangements. It includes information on Brendan McClenaghan, Eileen Byrne, Anne O'Boyle, Mary Hegarty, Thomas Greene, Charlie Anthony McDaid, and Sarah Doogan, along with links to live streams of funeral services and options for donations in lieu of flowers.

Deaths in Donegal - Sunday evening, July 16

16 Jul 2023  |  www.donegallive.ie
The article lists recent deaths in Donegal, providing details about the deceased individuals, their family members, and funeral arrangements. It includes information on Brendan McClenaghan, Eileen Byrne, Anne O'Boyle, Mary Hegarty, Thomas Greene, Charlie Anthony McDaid, and Sarah Doogan, along with their respective funeral services and donation requests.

Deaths in Donegal - Sunday evening, July 16

16 Jul 2023  |  www.inishlive.ie
The article reports on the recent deaths in Donegal, listing the names of the deceased along with details about their families, funeral arrangements, and where they will be laid to rest. The individuals mentioned include Brendan McClenaghan, Eileen Byrne, Anne O'Boyle, Mary Hegarty, Thomas Greene, Charlie Anthony McDaid, and Sarah Doogan. The text provides specific dates and locations for the funerals and includes links for live streaming of the services.

Complications and troubleshooting in primary penile prosthetic surgery—a review

27 Apr 2023  |  nature.com
The text is a medical review focusing on complications and troubleshooting in primary penile prosthetic surgery. It references various studies, guidelines, and historical reviews related to erectile dysfunction, surgical techniques, and postoperative management. The review likely discusses technological advances, patient selection, infection prevention, and management of specific conditions such as Peyronie’s disease in the context of penile prosthesis implantation.

EFP’s Future Frames Spotlights New Talent at Karlovy Vary Festival

20 Jun 2019  |  variety.com
European Film Promotion’s Future Frames, now in its fifth year, is a showcase of short works by students and recent graduates of European film schools, curated by the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival. The program, supported by the Creative Europe — Media Program of the European Union, AMC Networks, and Nespresso, aims to discover new European talent. Participants will engage in a master class led by Greek director Syllas Tzoumerkas and network with industry experts. The article introduces several filmmakers and their works, highlighting their backgrounds, influences, and aspirations.

Tunisia’s Nobel pride

10 Oct 2015  |  www.aljazeera.com
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet for their role in promoting peace and democracy during the country's political crisis in 2013. The Quartet, comprising representatives from various national associations, successfully mediated between the ruling Islamist party Ennahda and its opponents, leading to a peaceful resolution and the establishment of a new democratic constitution. The award has been met with pride and optimism in Tunisia, despite ongoing challenges such as terrorism and economic issues. Key figures in the mediation process included Hocine Abassi of the Tunisian General Labour Union and Wided Bouchamoui of the Tunisian Employers’ Association.

Tunisian brothers text home: we are in Libya and everything’s fine

15 Jul 2015  |  theguardian.com
Two Tunisian brothers, Ahmed and Khalifa, disappeared after iftar during Ramadan, later texting their family that they were in Libya and fine. The incident highlighted concerns in Tunisia about extremist propaganda as 33 people from Remada vanished, believed to have crossed into Libya. Tunisia is the largest source of foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria, with thousands joining jihadist groups. The Tunisian defence ministry is reinforcing the border to discourage traffic used by smugglers and potential jihadists. Locals cite various reasons for leaving, including poverty and unemployment, and express skepticism that border fortifications will address the underlying issues.

Tunisian hotel workers recall terror: 'We opened our breasts against the bullets'

29 Jun 2015  |  theguardian.com
Tunisian hotel workers, including Ibrahim al-Ghoul and Yassine Sadkaoui, displayed bravery by forming a human shield to protect tourists from gunman Seifeddine Rezgui during his attack in Sousse. The workers confronted Rezgui unarmed, which led him to move away from them. Anis Gamaoun, another brave worker, perceived Rezgui as someone who had completed his mission and was awaiting death. The gunman was eventually killed by police after a local resident attacked him with tiles. Earlier, residents and a coastguard officer had attempted to intercept Rezgui, with one man trying unsuccessfully to shoot the gunman with a handgun.

Tunisian and French presidents attend unity rally after Tunis museum attack

29 Mar 2015  |  theguardian.com
François Hollande and other international dignitaries joined Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi in a unity rally at the Bardo Museum in Tunis, following a terrorist attack that killed 21 foreign tourists and a policeman. The march aimed to show solidarity and boost Tunisian morale against extremist violence. The Tunisian government organized the event, which saw a large turnout and participation from various countries' leaders. The interior ministry announced the killing of the leader of the group behind the attack by the national guard. France, seeking to strengthen ties with Tunisia, has pledged more security assistance.

Tunisian PM promises 'detailed investigation' into Bardo Museum attacks

21 Mar 2015  |  the Guardian
The Tunisian authorities have announced a detailed investigation into the security lapses at the Bardo Museum in Tunis, following an attack by gunmen that resulted in 21 deaths, mostly foreign tourists. Prime Minister Habib Essid emphasized accountability for any security failures. The investigation will also review measures to protect tourists arriving from cruise ships. Eyewitness accounts suggest the gunmen entered through a lightly patrolled entrance. The court has prohibited the broadcast of survivor testimonies to avoid prejudicing the investigation. Enhanced security measures are being implemented on routes from Libya, where the attackers had trained.

Tunis gunmen trained with Libyan militia, says security chief

20 Mar 2015  |  the Guardian
Two gunmen who killed 21 people at the Bardo museum in Tunis had trained at a militia camp in Libya, according to Tunisia's security chief. The attackers, Yassine Laabidi and Hatem Khachnaoui, were part of sleeper cells and had been to Libya for weapons training. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, which has raised concerns about Tunisia's security and its impact on tourism. In response, President Beji Caid Essebsi deployed troops across Tunis, and several terror suspects were arrested. The attack highlights the ongoing threat of terrorism in the region, despite Tunisia being seen as a success story of the Arab Spring.

Isis claims responsibility for Tunisia murders

19 Mar 2015  |  the Guardian
Islamic State (Isis) claimed responsibility for the attack on Tunisia’s Bardo museum, describing it as a 'den of infidels and vice' and suggesting further attacks may follow. The attackers, Yassine Laabidi and Hatem Khachnaoui, were armed with assault rifles and grenades. Laabidi's family and friends expressed shock at his involvement, while the Tunisian prime minister noted Laabidi had been flagged by intelligence agencies. The attack has raised concerns about the appeal of jihad among Tunisian youth and its impact on the country's tourism industry.

Tunisia’s Islamist party Ennahda accepts defeat in elections

27 Oct 2014  |  the Guardian
Tunisia's Ennahda party, the first Islamist movement to gain power post-2011 Arab Spring, conceded defeat to the secular Nidaa Tounes party in parliamentary elections. Preliminary results indicate Nidaa Tounes won 80 seats, while Ennahda secured 67. Ennahda's decline is attributed to public dissatisfaction with their economic management. The party calls for a unity government to continue democratic consolidation. The elections mark a significant shift from Tunisia's previous single-party state under the Constitutional Democratic Rally of former president Ben Ali.

Tunisians vote in first parliamentary election under new constitution

26 Oct 2014  |  the Guardian
Tunisians participated in the first parliamentary elections under a new constitution following the 2011 revolution that ousted authoritarian ruler Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. The elections saw a significant security presence and a voter turnout of about 51%. Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa described the vote as historic, emphasizing its importance for the region's youth. While some voters expressed hope for the future, others, particularly young unemployed individuals, remained skeptical about the impact of the elections. The police were criticized for continuing to use violence, similar to the pre-revolution era.
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