Archive for ‘Lebanon’

June 10, 2011

Survey: Three in Five Romanian Migrants Are There to Stay

Romanian migrants target low qualified jobs (Photo: Adevărul)

Around 60 percent of the 3 million Romanian migrants are not planning to come back to their motherland, it was revealed in a survey conducted by the Soros Foundation. They are saving up to 40% of their earnings abroad – which totalled 12 billion Euros in 2010 – and they are now sending less money to their families at home. The amount sent to Romania by the ex-pats decreased to 2.8 billion Euros in 2010, while the remaining 9 billions remained stored in Western banks, the same survey announced.

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February 15, 2011

US Citizens Trafficking Weapons To The Taliban Arrested In Romania (VIDEO)

Two US citizens were arrested in Romania, as part of an international network suspected of providing weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan, in exchange for narcotics. Alwar Pouryan and Oded Orbach were apprehended in Romania, on February the 10th, in an operation coordinated by the Romanian prosecutors and the Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States of America. According to investigators, they were meeting in Romania in order to arrange the details of a major delivery of weapons, consisting in rocket launchers, AK 47 and M16 assault rifles, carbines, sniper rifles, grenade launchers, anti tank weapons and thermal guidance missiles to the Taliban.

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December 20, 2010

Welcome to Task Force Media – International Production

Task Force Media is an international content provider, with clients such as the BBC, Euronews, Russia Today, RTL Croatia and many others. We operate mainly in Romania and Moldova, but our network of partners allows us to provide top services in neighbouring countries like Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary, or in more remote areas, like the UK, Russia or Lebanon.

Our services: professional camera crews, with state of the art HD or DV equipment, professional journalists, fixers, translators and guides, voice over, dubbing, video editors, DoP, live broadcasting facilities, FTP. We provide services in English, French, Russian, Serbian and Romanian. Our company makes the most of your media plans, from the pre-production phase down to the final edit.

Our news feed posted on this page will keep you up to date with the most interesting topics and events in our area. Feel free to contact us in connection with any story that draws your interest.

This company is the result of more than a decade of experience in all levels of the broadcast industry, on three continents. From camera operators and technicians to assistants and journalists, each and every one of us has extensive experience in almost every aspect of the broadcast business.

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October 18, 2010

FC Liverpool Bosses Plane Used for CIA Secret Flights

It has been revealed by a report from the human rights watchdog Reprieve that a Gulfstream jet airplane, belonging to Philip Morse, the current owner of FC Liverpool, has been usef for at least two CIA special secret flights, that also landed in Romania. On March the 24th and on April the 12th, 2004, the plane flew from Guantanamo to Morocco, via Romania, carrying aboard several Al Qaida agents, allegedly named Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, Abu Zubaydah, Ramzi bin al-Shibh and Mustafa al-Hawsawi.

As Mail on Sunday also reports, the plane was hired from 2002 to 2005 by the Central Intelligence Agency. Another report, by the European Parliament, links the plane to the kidnapping of preacher Abu Omar, in 2003. The plane was reported to have landed on Kabul, Baku, Tripoli and Rabat and, since December 2004, it is also alleged that is has conducted at least 51 flights for the CIA.

Mr. Morse has confirmed having rented out the aircraft, but he broke the deal, when he found out about Omar’s extradition, in 2005.

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October 17, 2010

Task Force Media Expands in Serbia and Hungary

Our services are now also available in Hungary and Serbia, after having sealed partnership agreements with professional journalists, camera crew providers and local fixers.

Task Force Media now proudly provides tv professional camera English crews in Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Serbia, Lebanon and the UK. Fixer, stringer, guide and translator services available in Romanian, English, French, Russian, Serbian and Arabic.

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