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    Bosco Ntaganda wari umuyobozi w'inyeshyamba Republika Iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo yahakanye ibyaha byose aregwa mu rukiko mpanabyaha rw'i La Haye.

    Bosco Ntaganda yahakanye ibyaha byo mu ntambara n'ibyaha byibasira inyoko muntu yamenyeshejwe mu rubanza rwatangiye mu rukiko mpuzamahanga mpanabyaha rukorera i La Haye.

    Bosco Ntaganda arashinjwa ubwicanyi bw'abantu ibihumbi 8 no gufata ku ngufu abana bakoreshwaga nk'abacakara mu mutwe we w'inyeshyamba.

    Ibirego aregwa biribanda ku gihe yari mu mirwano yo muri Ituri hagati ya 2002-2003.

    Muri uru rubanza rwatangiye, Bosco Ntaganda azashinjwa n'abantu bavuga ko bahohotewe.

    Bosco Ntaganda yitanze mu mwaka wa 2013 asaba ko yagezwa mu rukiko mpuzamhanga mpanabyaha rw'i La Haye.

  • 00:58

    The State Broadband in the State of Oregon

    in Internet

    [Tech glitch zapped the last 25 min. We're going to have a do-over and record that part again.]

    There’s a lot going on in broadband in Oregon. Communities such as Sandy are upgrading their infrastructure significantly, or planning their initial networks. Co-op are energized and several of them are planning to launch broadband initiatives. The rural telephone companies are providing creative solutions that are getting communities connected.

    Joseph Franell, General Manager and CEO of Eastern Oregon Telecom, discusses some of the opportunities and the challenges that communities face here in the state. Gigabit Nation is broadcasting live from the Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference, which draws statewide attendees to share ideas, experiences and knowledge about telecommunications.

    Franell and Gigabit Nation host Craig Settles highlight:

    some of the challenges with bridging the broadband divide in education;
    addressing the urban/rural divide;
    what is the "right" model to deploy gigabit networks in rural markets;
    how has the USF/ICC reform impacted rural carriers and how are they moving forward;
    what are the pluses and minuses of the Google Fiber model.

    Sandy, OR’s move to gigabit broadband is one of the many case stories in Settles’ new book, Building the Gigabit City, Vol. 2.


  • 00:40

    ICC Building Code: The History of Building Codes

    in Entertainment

    We'll be talking to John Farinelli, CBO. John is a building official in the state of Florida. We'll be discussing the history of building codes and, in particular, the International Building Code. Please call in with you questions!

    JC Code & Construction Consultants, Inc. was established in 2005. Our focus is twofold: to provide building and fire code consulting, plan review and inspection services and to provide building and fire code continuing education seminars to building and fire code officials, contractors, and design professionals. Our staff is knowledgeable and experienced and consists of building and fire code officials, plans examiners, and inspectors. Most are multiple licensed and have many years of public and private construction and code administration experience.

  • HRExaminer Radio: Cathy Missildine, Co-Founder, Intellectual Capital Consultants

    in Business

    Cathy Missildine has extensive experience in many areas of strategic Human Resources Management. She has worked closely with executives in the areas of performance, productivity, organizational metrics, training, employee and customer engagement, workforce planning, organizational change and strategic implementation. Her past experience in operations and sales management in the technical, insurance and hospitality industries has given her a broad understanding of business issues and a solid foundation for building performance enhancing systems that support the business.

    A graduate of Kennesaw State University where she earned an MBA with an emphasis Human Resource Management and Development, she is also a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and holds their professional certification, Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).

    Cathy is currently serving as Immediate Past President for SHRM-Atlanta for 2014, where she is working to execute the strategy to “Move HR Business Partners to Business Leaders.”

    Cathy is serving as an adjunct Professor at Kennesaw State University, teaches an online and live  SHRM certification course. She is a nationally recognized speaker addressing audiences from SHRM, ASTD, and AAHAM.

    In addition to her domestic speaking, Cathy has traveled to Shanghai, China to deliver “Moving from Transactional to Strategic: Becoming an Effective HR Business Leader’ to HR professionals representing multi-national organizations. 

    In May 1997, Cathy and her business partner Barbara Hughes started their own consulting firm, Intellectual Capital Consulting (ICC), specializing in profitability through human capital. Their corporate mission is as follows, “to increase performance through maximizing an organization’s human capital.” 

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    in Video Games

    ZoMG ok i am BACK! after lots of work and what not ill be live Today! at 3:30pm eastern thats 2:30pm winterhoof server! again i am sorry but THE ShOw mUsT Go oN

  • 03:01

    Cricket Talk Weekly- Leon Francis Host

    in Sports

    A great show is aCricket  Talk only heard in the USA.nticipated. Just when think cricket news have dried up, more breaking news rise its head. It is going to be a Sunday to remember..Reach out to your friends and well wishers.,.

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special editiion of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program brings you our regular PANW reports with dispatches on events in South Africa in the aftermath of the release of the Farlam Commission Report on the Marikana Massacre; the ongoing response to the attacks on a tourist resort in Tunisia; fuel shortages in Egypt; and the increasing hostility towards the International Criminal Court (ICC) throughout Africa and the world due to the persecution of the Sudan government. The second hour features an interview with Toronto Bluesologist Norman Otis Richmond on the history and contemporary significance of Black Music Month. In the final hour we conclude our Black Music Month commemoration with two radio dramatizations from the CBS Radio Workshop of 1948 highlighting the contributions of Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.

  • 00:12

    ISIS may have material to make devastating dirty bomb (Second Coming Watch #641)

    in News

    1. Australian intelligence reports state that ISIS has seized enough radioactive material from government facilities to suggest it has the capacity to build a large and devastating “dirty” bomb. 

    2. A former intelligence chief for the Obama administration tore apart an emerging nuclear deal with Iran, describing it as a “placeholder” suffering from “severe deficiencies” based on “wishful thinking” and warning that Iranian leaders would never give up their nuclear ambitions. 

    3. The military arm of terror group Hamas has warned that continued Israeli attacks against its military positions in the Gaza Strip could lead to a wider conflict, in the first threat of its kind since a ceasefire agreement was reached following last year’s Operation Protective Edge. 

    4. The International Criminal Court is set to send a team of investigators to Israel by the end of the month to examine Palestinian allegations of Israeli war crimes and crimes against humanity in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. 

    5. A magnitude-6.0 earthquake has struck northern Chile, but authorities say they have had no reports of injuries or damage. 

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com

    The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is 1 Samuel 10:1 which reads: "Then Samuel took a vial of oil, and poured it upon his head, and kissed him, and said, Is it not because the Lord hath anointed thee to be captain over his inheritance?"

    Our second coming quote for today is from J. Hudson Taylor. He said: "Since he may come any day, it is well to be ready every day."

  • 01:02


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  • 02:56

    Cricket Talk- live each Sunday- Reginald Benjamin- Special Guest

    in Sports

    Our special guest will be the newly appointed Leeward Island Head Coach Reginld Benjamin. He was

    The USC team's Coach  (http://www.espncricinfo.com/usa/content/player/25626.html), former USA Team Member, Reginald was the Coach of the USA - Under 19 team in 2003, assistant coach of the USA - Under 19 World Cup team in 2010. He also served as head coach for South West Region teams at USACA tournaments and had a solid career playing for the United States as a fast bowler, competing in three ICC Trophy events for USA's senior team in 1990, 1994 and 1997. Before accepting a head coaching role with USC, he was in a coaching and development role with the Bahamas. Mr Benjamin is a very qualified coach, having received his level coaching credentials in England. He will be on oiur at 7:30 PM. Be sure to join us. 

    Be amongst the many listeners who join to us weekly as we dive into cricket like no other show in these parts are doing. You to can make your contribution by calling 1 347-934-0226. 6pm-9Pm. please don't miss it.The ranellist: Leon Francis, Ivor Henry,Audley Watson, Cardinal Mills,Simon Obrien,Virgil Francis,and David Maitland. Watch out for more interesting guests.

  • 01:01

    Baltimore Mom Toya Graham, Ciara's New Boo, JAY Z's B-Sides Concert

    in Entertainment

    Listen to the "ICC Morning Show" as we give you the scoop on Ciara and her new boo, Russell Wilson, JAY Z's exclusive B-Sides concert, and Baltimore mom Toya Graham discusses the day she caught her son participating in the riots.