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James Brooks is a journalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Alaska-owned corporation asks Legislature to borrow $300 million for mining projects

29 Mar 2024  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Alaska's state-owned development bank, the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA), is seeking legislative approval to borrow up to $300 million to support mining projects. The funds could be used to match federal loans for mineral projects or to invest directly in infrastructure such as roads, ports, or processing plants. AIDEA's executive director, Randy Ruaro, emphasized the need for flexibility and the potential for federal funding matches. The proposal is part of a national effort to develop American sources of critical minerals. The request was added as an amendment to House Bill 122, which also involves the Alaska Railroad's borrowing for port renovations. Legislators, including Rep. Kevin McCabe and Rep. Frank Tomaszewski, have shown interest in the development of critical minerals like antimony. However, some lawmakers, like Rep. Genevieve Mina, expressed surprise and concern over the lack of detailed information accompanying the amendment.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  kdvr.com
Teenage twins Kiana and Ali Rahmani accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo on behalf of their mother, imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi. Mohammadi, known for her women's rights and democracy activism, has been detained by Iranian authorities and is currently in prison. The ceremony was attended by Norwegian royalty and other dignitaries, and the Nobel Committee praised Mohammadi's lifelong struggle for human rights. The children regretted their mother's absence, enforced by Iranian authorities, and expressed solidarity with her and the Iranian people's fight for freedom. Mohammadi's husband, Taghi, was present, and it was mentioned that Mohammadi planned a hunger strike in solidarity with the Baha'i Faith in Iran. The article also references the death of Mahsa Amini and the subsequent protests, as well as the restriction on Amini's family from accepting the Sakharov Prize. Narges Mohammadi is the 19th woman and the second Iranian woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  wowktv.com
Teenage children of Narges Mohammadi, an imprisoned Iranian activist, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf in Oslo. Mohammadi, known for her women's rights and democracy activism, has been detained multiple times by Iranian authorities. Her children, who live in exile in Paris, read her speech at the ceremony, which emphasized her commitment to freedom and justice in Iran. The Nobel Committee praised Mohammadi's lifelong struggle for human rights. Despite being denied permission to travel, Mohammadi's family attended the event, and she announced a hunger strike in solidarity with the Baha'i Faith in Iran. Mohammadi is the 19th woman and the second Iranian woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  wkbn.com
The teenage children of Narges Mohammadi, an imprisoned Iranian activist, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf in Oslo. Mohammadi, known for her women's rights and democracy activism, has been detained multiple times by Iranian authorities. Her children, who live in exile in Paris, read her speech at the ceremony, which was attended by Norwegian royalty and other dignitaries. The Nobel Committee chairwoman praised Mohammadi's lifelong human rights struggle. Mohammadi's husband and brother reported her plan to hunger strike in solidarity with the Baha'i Faith in Iran. The award highlights the broader struggle for human rights in Iran, exemplified by the recent protests following Mahsa Amini's death in police custody.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  woodtv.com
Teenage children of Narges Mohammadi, an imprisoned Iranian activist, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf in Oslo. Mohammadi, known for her women's rights and democracy activism, has been detained multiple times by Iranian authorities. Her children, who live in exile in Paris, read her speech at the ceremony, which emphasized her commitment to freedom and justice in Iran. The Nobel Committee praised Mohammadi's lifelong struggle for human rights. Despite being barred from attending, Mohammadi's message highlighted the importance of international media in supporting Iranian dissenters. She is the 19th woman and the second Iranian woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  wspa.com
The teenage children of Narges Mohammadi, an imprisoned Iranian activist, accepted the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf in Oslo. Mohammadi, known for her women's rights and democracy activism, has faced numerous arrests and years of imprisonment in Iran. Her children, who live in exile in Paris, read her speech at the ceremony, which emphasized her commitment to freedom and justice in Iran. The Nobel Committee praised Mohammadi's lifelong human rights struggle, and her children expressed their hope for her voice and that of the Iranian people to resonate worldwide. Mohammadi's husband and brother reported her plan to go on a hunger strike in solidarity with the Baha'i Faith minority in Iran. The award marks the fifth time a Nobel Peace Prize has been given to someone imprisoned or under house arrest.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  Texomashomepage.com
Narges Mohammadi, an imprisoned Iranian activist, was awarded the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize for her activism in women's rights, democracy, and against the death penalty. Her teenage twins, Kiana and Ali Rahmani, accepted the prize in Oslo on her behalf. Mohammadi, currently in a Tehran prison, has been a prominent figure in the protests following Mahsa Amini's death. Despite being barred from attending, Mohammadi's message of hope and resistance was conveyed through her children's speeches. The Nobel Committee praised her lifelong struggle for human rights, and the event highlighted the broader fight for women's rights in Iran and globally.

Children of imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf

10 Dec 2023  |  kget.com
Teenage twins Kiana and Ali Rahmani accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo on behalf of their mother, imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi. Mohammadi, recognized for her activism for women's rights and democracy in Iran, remains behind bars, having not seen her children for years. The ceremony featured speeches from Mohammadi's children and the chairwoman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Berit Reiss-Andersen, who highlighted Mohammadi's unwavering commitment to human rights. The event also underscored the broader struggle for human rights in Iran, particularly in the wake of Mahsa Amini's death in police custody. Mohammadi's husband, Taghi, was present, and it was mentioned that Mohammadi planned a hunger strike in solidarity with the Baha'i Faith minority in Iran.
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