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We gave up Crimea to the Russians thanks to our unprofessionalism," independent lawmaker Igor Palytsya fumed.
CAIRO - An Egyptian satirist, renowned for his attacks on the alleged unprofessionalism of the country's media, has been pilloried on Twitter for plagiarism after he admitted failing to credit analysis in his weekly column.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Deputy Director of the Information and Press Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said censorship of Churkin's interview by CNN is beyond understanding and beyond unprofessionalism.
The root cause of unprofessionalism among lawyers often boils down to a common factor--work and life balance, according to Sean Desmond, a member and former chair of the Bar's Committee on Professionalism.
On the upside, such anonymous posting allows for franker discussions, on the downside, it can lend itself to unprofessionalism, such as posting inappropriate or incendiary comments.
Maher accused state-run TV and Radio of unprofessionalism, and airing unreliable news.
Security was a problem facing journalists, but the real problem was their unprofessionalism, he explained.
When you win a couple of games unprofessionalism can creep in, but they got the job done.
The famous incident in which a British captain on the battlefield at Flanders in July, 1916, challenged his four platoons with a contest to see which could be first to kick a football into the German front lines has been cited by some historians as an example of naive unprofessionalism on the part of an aristocratic British officer corps woefully unprepared for modern war.
unprofessionalism BAGHDAD, Jan 25 (KUNA) -- Iraqi prime minister Nouri Al-Maliki Friday warned against what he called conspiracies carried out by "regional intelligence and remnant of the former regime and Al-Qaeda," aimed at dragging armed forces to a confrontation with the protesters.