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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootout survivors are the most impressive enemies the NRA will face. To make a real impact, they must persuade other young men to cast their votes against members of Congress who take funds from the NRA. Often young electorates do not take part in them.
Warns: "BALLISTIC MISSEL, THE INTEGRATION ONHAWII. Launched via the emergency and commercial mobile alarms system on TV, radios and mobile phones, Hawaii's fake rocket alarm caused more than half an hours of island anxiety. Today, five years ago, a 20-year-old raided Sandy Hook Elementary School and slaughtered 20 first-graders and six grown-ups in a rush of shots.
US Senate election will take place on November 6, 2018. Of the 100 Senate members, thirty-three are standing for re-election. Republicans will defend only 8 places, while Democrats will fight for 23, plus another 2 kept by independent persons. Those who win these awards will hold office for six years from 3 January 2019 to 3 January 2025.
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The World Press Photo Foundation is an independant, non-profit organisation located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The company, established in 1955, is known for organising an yearly press photo competition. In 2011 World Press Photo launched its own yearly competition for multi-media journalism and, in collaboration with Human Rights Watch, the yearly Tim Hetherington Grant.
One of the main objectives of the organisation is to provide the World Press Photo Academy to help photographers to become professionals in the field of photography on a broad basis internationally. The aim is to foster the development of photographicjournalism, to foster the sharing of know-how, to contribute to the development of high quality professionals in the field of audiovisual-journalism, and to foster a free and unlimited information-sharing.
A number of education initiatives are organised around the world: seminaries, workshop and the Joop Swart Masterclass. The Oude Kerk in Amsterdam hosts an award presentation every year. Following the competition, the award-winning photos will be put together for a traveling exhibit. Besides the selection of the world press photo of the year, the competition also selects the winner in the following categories:
Altogether 4,460 professionals from 124 different nations submitted 78,083 pictures for the 2007 contest. UK-based Tim Hetherington was the winning artist. Anthony Suau from the USA won the World Press Photo of the Year for the second consecutive year in 2008 (the first was in 1987).