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2011-02-22 13:13:00

Agency Welcomes Lagana, Reid, Dealey and Faucheux WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Qorvis Communications, LLC, Washington's largest independent agency, today announced the addition of four new partners: government and corporate communications strategist Gregory Lagana; Republican communications specialist John Reid; former Washington Times Editor Sam Dealey; and Dr. Ron Faucheux, who is being elevated to partner while retaining his position as President of Clarus...

2010-01-06 09:00:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Following its recent announcement of new hires and promotions affecting its new business and Scion account management and planning teams, global creative agency ATTIK (www.attik.com) today announced five more new hires, as well as five promotions, once again for its San Francisco office. The new appointments include Jacob Ford in the position of creative director: digital, John Reid in the position of creative director, advertising, Ryan Schwedhelm in...

2009-08-10 05:15:00

WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Matt Mackowiak, founder and President of Potomac Strategy Group, LLC (PSG), a political consulting and communications firm based in Washington, DC, and Austin, TX, has named John Reid Vice President. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090609/PH29549LOGO ) Reid recently served as Editorial Director at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Communications Director for U.S. Senator George Allen (R-VA) and as a News Anchor and Investigative Reporter in...

2006-08-24 08:14:03

By Peter Graff LONDON (Reuters) - A secret British court ruled on Thursday that a terrorism suspect can be deported to Algeria, endorsing a key element in Prime Minister Tony Blair's security strategy that has been criticized by human rights groups. The Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) ruled that the suspect, identified only as "Y," was a danger to national security, and that improvements in Algeria's human rights record made it possible for him to be sent back there....

2006-08-14 07:47:41

By Jeremy Lovell LONDON (Reuters) - Britain scaled down its security alert overnight and eased a ban on airline cabin baggage imposed last week after police said they had foiled a plot to blow up airliners using liquid explosives disguised as drinks. Home Secretary John Reid said the downgrading of the threat of a terrorist attack from Critical, the highest level, to Severe, did not mean the danger of an attack had passed. Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander said passengers could...

2006-08-14 07:38:52

By Jeremy Lovell LONDON (Reuters) - Britain scaled down its security alert overnight and eased a ban on airline cabin baggage imposed last week after police said they had foiled a plot to blow up airliners using liquid explosives disguised as drinks. Home Secretary John Reid said the downgrading of the threat of a terrorist attack from Critical, the highest level, to Severe, did not mean the danger of an attack had passed. Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander said passengers could...

2006-08-14 06:52:16

By Jeremy Lovell LONDON (Reuters) - Britain scaled down its security alert overnight and eased a ban on airline cabin baggage imposed last week after police said they had foiled a plot to blow up airliners using liquid explosives disguised as drinks. Home Secretary John Reid said the downgrading of the threat of a terrorist attack from Critical, the highest level, to Severe, did not mean the danger of an attack had passed. Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander said passengers could...

2006-08-14 04:08:43

By Jeremy Lovell LONDON (Reuters) - Britain scaled down its security alert overnight and eased a ban on airline cabin baggage imposed last week after police said they had foiled a plot to blow up airliners using liquid explosives disguised as drinks. Home Secretary John Reid said the downgrading of the threat of a terrorist attack from Critical, the highest level, to Severe, did not mean the danger of an attack had passed. Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander said passengers could...

2006-08-13 08:42:33

By Paul Majendie LONDON (Reuters) - Interior minister John Reid warned on Sunday that another attempted terrorist attack on Britain was "highly likely" after police said they had thwarted a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners. "We think we have the main suspects in this particular plot," Home Secretary Reid said, "but there could be others out there, perhaps people we don't know." "It is highly likely there will be another terrorist attempt," he told BBC television. "The threat...


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