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Robert Anthony Snow (né le à Berea dans le Kentucky – 12 juillet 2008), est un journaliste et le porte-parole de la Maison-Blanche du 8 mai 2006 au 14 septembre 2007.
Snow est né à Berea dans le Kentucky et a été élevé à Cincinnati dans l’Ohio. Son père était enseignant et l’adjoint principal du lycée de Princeton dans la banlieue de Cincinnati.
Sa mère, assistante maternelle, meurt d’un cancer du colon en 1973 alors qu’il n’a que 17 ans.
Tony Snow est diplômé en philosophie du Collège de Davidson en 1977.
En 1979, il entame une carrière de journaliste et d’éditorialiste en Caroline du Nord qu’il poursuit ensuite dans des journaux locaux de Virginie puis du Michigan.
En 1987, il devient éditorialiste adjoint au Washington Times.
Entre 1993 et 2000, ses éditoriaux sont repris dans plus de 200 journaux à travers le pays.
Durant sa carrière journalistique, il reçoit de nombreux prix et distinctions honorifiques pour la qualité de son travail de la part de ses confrères des médias que ce soit de l’association de presse de Virginie, du club de la presse de Detroit, de la société des journalistes américains, de celle des éditorialistes ou de l’Associated Press and Gannett.
Il participe également à de nombreuses émissions politiques et émissions-débats, que ce soit à la télévision (The McLaughlin Group, The MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour, Face the Nation, Crossfire
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, ou Good Morning America) ou à la radio ce qui renforce sa notoriété nationale.
En 1991, Tony Snow suspend sa carrière journalistique pour rédiger les discours du président George H. W. Bush auprès duquel il fut également chargé des relations avec les médias.
De 1996 à 2003, il est commentateur et présentateur sur la chaine d’information Fox News souvent présentée comme une chaine d’information conservatrice. Il présente ensuite sa propre émission débat sur Fox News Radio jusqu’en avril 2006.
Bien qu’ayant critiqué à plusieurs reprises le gouvernement de George W. Bush, Snow fut choisi pour succéder à Scott McClellan, au poste de porte-parole de la Maison Blanche de ce même George W. Bush afin de rassurer la base électorale conservatrice du Parti républicain. Il prend ses fonctions le 8 mai 2006. Son indépendance d’esprit parait alors être le bon choix pour la Maison Blanche accusée de verrouiller toute information à destination des médias.
En mars 2007, il annonce qu’il doit subir une intervention chirurgicale pour traiter le développement d’une lésion pré-cancéreuse qui lui avait valu l’ablation du colon en 2005. Il est alors remplacé par son adjointe Dana Perino, au poste de porte-parole.
Le 27 mars 2007, la Maison Blanche confirme la découverte de métastases et que Tony Snow est bien atteint d’un cancer kelme soccer shoes.
Le 21 avril 2007, Snow fait sa première apparition publique depuis l’opération chirurgicale au diner annuel des correspondants de presse de la Maison-Blanche au côté de David Letterman.
Snow reprend alors ses fonctions le 30 avril 2007 mais en août 2007
At the 2009 World Championship, Yeom won the very controversial gold medal fight against Reza Naderian of Iran following a highly disputed 4-2 final score. Yeom was trailing 2-1 midway through the second round when the judge gave three points to Yeom for a kick to the face that did not connect. Iran requested a video replay but the referee refused. Then in the third round, with Yeom ahead by a point, the referee accepted team Korea’s request for a video replay and took away a point from the Iranian fighter. Yeom kept clinching the Iranian opponent using fake attacks until the end of the third round
. It is on the western bank of the Patea River, 61 kilometres north-west of Whanganui on State Highway 3. Hawera is 27 km to the north-west, and Waverley 17 km to the east. The Patea River flows through the town from the north-east and into the South Taranaki Bight. For the former electorate from 1893 to 1963 see Patea.
The population in the 2006 Census was 1143, a decrease of 159 from 2001.
Patea, called Carlyle or Carlyle Beach for a time by European settlers, was originally nearer the Patea River mouth than the present town. During the New Zealand land wars Patea was an important military settlement. General Cameron’s force arrived at the river mouth on 15 January 1865 and constructed redoubts on both sides of the river.
Patea became a market town when hostilities ended. The first of the sections on the present town site were sold in 1870. A local shipping company was established in 1872, and harbour improvements began. The Marton-New Plymouth railway line via Patea was completed in March 1885. The Carlyle Town Board, created about 1877 to administer town affairs, was succeeded by a borough council constituted on 13 October 1881 under the name Patea.
In the 1920s Patea was the largest cheese exporting port in the world. The Grader Cool Store received cheese for grading from all over South Taranaki and as far south as Oroua Downs near Himatangi. After grading it was loaded into coastal ships at the grader wharf for transport to Wellington where it was transhipped into overseas ships for export. The port closed in July 1959.
Patea became known in 1984 as the home of singer Dalvanius Prime and the Patea Māori Club. Their single, “Poi E”, indicated renewed impetus in contemporary Māori popular music. The town again came to national attention in 1982 when the main employer, the Patea Freezing Works, was closed.
In the early 1880s the predecessor to the Patea Freezing Works was established on the eastern bank of the Patea River. Cool stores for handling dairy produce followed in 1901 with later additions evolving into what became known as the Patea Freezing Co-Op, South Taranaki’s primary employer. Strategic reforms, inefficiencies and nationwide over-processing resulted in closure in September 1982. In February 2008 the derelict buildings suffered severe fires. Damage was extensive and with the health hazard presented by asbestos insulation throughout the freezer walls, the town sought demolition. As of March 2010 the site was being split into owners blocks as private property.
Patea has retained a strong community focus and enjoys many services including a well-resourced medical centre, public swimming pool and trust-owned rest home. The town is also the location of Aotea Utanganui – Museum of South Taranaki.
The breakwaters at Patea were started in 1878 and are being refurbished by the South Taranaki District Council.
Patea and surrounding community has a South Taranaki District Council LibraryPlus, which provides a full library service and Council-related services, including dog registration, payment of rates, and building permit enquiries. Other services include a Tot Time for the under 5s, a regular crossword morning and a book club for intermediate and high school children. The LibraryPlus has six APN computers, offering free internet and Skype.
Several kilometres east of Patea is the small community of Whenuakura, where New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell lived as a child. He learned to play golf at the Patea Golf Club, on the cliffs overlooking the Tasman Sea. He crowned his professional career by winning the U.S. Open in June 2005, and three months later the HSBC World Match Play Championship.
Patea Area School is a composite (years 1-13) school with a roll of 170. Until 2005 the school was Patea High School. It became an area school when Patea Primary School closed. The primary school was founded in 1875.
St Joseph’s School is a state integrated Catholic contributing primary (years 1-6) school with a roll of 34. The school was established in January 1904.
Both schools are coeducational and have a decile rating of 1.
, Gurung became the president of the All Nepal National Free Students Union.
After the party had declared People’s War in 1996, Gurung was arrested. Following the arrest the party killed a village committee chairman in Gorkha district, accusing him of responsibility for the capture of Gurung.
Gurung was released by the state, in exchange for a police officer, Thule Rai, who had been captured by the Maoists. During the last phases of the war, Gurung formed part of the Maoist talks team during peace negotiations.
After the fall of King Gyanendra’s direct rule in 2006, Gurung was nominated to the interim legislature of Nepal. Gurung became the deputy leader of the Maoist legislative group.
In December 2006, as the CPN(M) leadership was reorganised
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, Gurung was included in the 11-member central secretariat of the party. Gurung was assigned to lead the ethnic front work of the party.
When the Maoists joined the government in April 2007, Gurung was included as Minister for Local Development. Along with the rest of the Maoist ministers, he resigned from his position in September 2007. In December 2007, the Maoists rejoined the government and Gurung again became Minister for Local Development.
In April 2008
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, he won the Manang seat in the Constituent Assembly election, defeating the sitting Nepali Congress MP Palten Gurung. Dev Gurung got 1652 votes whereas Palten Gurung got 1209 votes. The CPN(UML) candidate in the constituency, Mangal Gurung, had withdrawn his candidature in order to enable the victory of Dev Gurung. After extended power-sharing discussions between parties, Gurung was appointed as Minister of Law and Justice in a Cabinet headed by CPN (M) Chairman Prachanda and sworn in on August 22, 2008.