You+ME +|SocialGood - @plus_SocialGood - Thanks for supporting me
Leaving to #NYC to present on Social Good Summit, also to work on new projects like you already seen last week and planning to be around for a bit. Hacking and Processing Materials, also filming, right.
Thank to my sponsors for the support and many hours of patience.
- Racontr - ticckle - Gandi.net Gandi.net US - ITV-
ps: I know my logo sucks, it’s working progress, and it does sucks on 5th Avenue, If you are looking for me, try on the 5th. — in New York, New York.
http://jhd.photography/ | https://www.facebook.com/janhusar | https://twitter.com/janhusar | https://storify.com/janhusar/
Unbelievable, ISIS is beheading our friends and journalist and US do not even talk to the only witness.
"No, nobody tried to contact me and I tried to help. Nobody come to me and ask me any questions from the (U.S.) government…. Nobody contact me or ask me about their conditions," Abobaker said in occasionally broken English. "And they can find me. It’s easy. But, no, nobody tried to contact me.
A Sotloff family representative who kept contact with Abobaker before and after his captivity reiterated the claims, saying U.S. government or security agencies — who were made aware of the fixer and his connection to Sotloff — never talked to Abobaker.
"That was one of many mistakes," Sotloff family spokesman Barak Barfi told CNN. He declined to comment further.
Ebola patients buying survivors’ blood from black market, WHO warns
How many people have been infected?
More than 4,900 people in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone have contracted Ebola since March, according to the World Health Organization, making this the biggest outbreak on record.More than 2,400 people
have died. Two American aid workers, who were the first patients to be treated for the Ebola virus at a hospital in the United States, were released on Aug. 21, nearly three weeks after being admitted. On Sept. 5, a third American infected with the disease, a doctor who had been delivering babies in Liberia, arrived in the United States for treatment.