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  • Reporters Without Borders protests at sabotage as new form of censorship

    first_img Help by sharing this information Organisation October 11, 2019 Find out more HaïtiAmericas RSF_en November 14, 2019 Find out more Reporters Without Borders has expressed deep concern after programmes were blacked out at eight radio stations and a television channel after their transmitters were deliberately sabotaged.”We call on the authorities to carry out an exhaustive investigation of these acts of sabotage and to inform us of their conclusions” said Robert Ménard, secretary general of Reporters Without Borders.”This kind of attack against press freedom is without precedent in Haiti. We fear that it will only be repeated unless the perpetrators are punished,” he said. “Once again it is for the government of President Aristide to put an end to its complicity in attacks against the press,” he added.A commando of several armed and hooded men arrived at premises at Bouthillier on the heights of Port-au-Prince on 13 January and destroyed transmitters belonging to eight radios of a variety of different political tendencies. They tied up watchman Beyou Vil before destroying the equipment with sledgehammers. Vil, afterwards described the 15-minute raid, for which no-one has yet admitted responsibility. He said the saboteurs were travelling in a four-wheel drive vehicle.The radios whose transmitters were destroyed were: Radio Commerciale, Radio Plus, Radio Kiskeya, Magic Stereo, Signal FM, Mélodie FM, Radio Ti Moun et Radio Galaxie. The radios were all forced to halt programmes. The transmitter of Tele Ti Moun television was also destroyed.Owner of the site and of Magic Stereo radio, Fritz Joassaint, said the cost of the damage amounted to more than 400,000 dollars (315,000 euros). It would take around ten days to repair.Among the radios attacked, Signal FM and Radio Kiskeya had provided detailed coverage of opposition demonstrations organised in the past few weeks, demanding the resignation of President Aristide. Liliane Pierre-Paul, manager of Radio Kiskeya, accused the government of being “responsible for these incidents in that it has led a campaign of hate and vilification against the independent press.”Radio Commerciale and Mélodie FM are seen as being close to the ruling Fanmi Lavalas party. Radio and Tele Ti Moun are owned by the President Artistide Democracy Foundation. Marvel Dandin of Radio Kiskeya, said he thought the destruction of their transmitters could be accounted for by the fact there is no way to tell the difference between the different transmitters at the site.Six journalists from Radio and Television Ti Moun had to leave the country at the beginning of December 2003 after making revelations about the running of the media. In particular they accused the management of deliberately making them take risks so that President Aristide would be able to count journalists from the pro-government media as among those who had been killed. Two journalists have been killed in Haiti since April 2000. In both cases no action was taken against the suspects who were close to the government. News News HaïtiAmericas News Follow the news on Haïti Nine media (radio and television) were forced off the air after an armed commando destroyed their transmitters. Reporters Without Borders denounced this new form of censorship and urged the authorities to carry out an exhaustive investigation. January 15, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders protests at sabotage as new form of censorship Receive email alerts to go further Violence against the press in Haiti: RSF and CPJ write to Minister of Justice News Another journalist murdered in Haiti Journalist shot dead amid anti-government protests in Haiti June 11, 2019 Find out morelast_img read more

  • The King and I’s Kelli O’Hara & Hoon Lee Are Taking Your Questions

    first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016 Related Shows View Comments The King and I Tony winner Kelli O’Hara and her newest leading man, Hoon Lee, are ready for you to get to know all about them. The pair star in the lush revival of The King and I at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theate, but they are taking time out of their busy schedules to come to Broadway.com to answer your questions. So what do you want to know about the worm, Splinter, quick changes…et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Ask away!<a data-cke-saved-href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/mqcf9um0hw16c8/" href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/mqcf9um0hw16c8/">Fill out my Wufoo form!</a>last_img read more

  • Upper West plot Brong Ahafo scalp in latest Airtel Rising Stars blockbuster

    first_imgUpper West Region is all fired up for this weekend’s Zone 3 Airtel Rising Stars competition which is being hosted at the Wa Sports Stadium.Local media in the region is advertising the competition with a Wa-centric attitude saying the time has come for Upper West to also qualify for the Airtel Rising Stars finals.”Brong Ahafo has always qualified for the finals. The people of Wa should come out in their numbers to push the Upper West kids. This is the way our football can succeed. This is the way our children can also be seen by the rest of the country,” said Sule Adam, a popular sport journalist in the Upper West regional capital.Aside doing the region proud, the Regional Football Association has added reason to ensure the organization is flawless.“You know Kwasi Nyantakyi, the President of the Ghana football Association is from Wa. We have to do him proud by making sure that this competition which is close to his heart has good patronage here.”We are very proud of the GFA president and we want him to be proud of us too,” said Adolf Abubekar Kassim, the chairman of the Regional Juvenile Committee (RJC) of the Upper West Region. Meanwhile Brong Ahafo has a stated agenda of thwarting the plans of the hosts. Their team has been in camp for weeks and feels sharp enough to wrestle qualification for the national finals which will be hosted in Sunyani.“We are the hosts of the national finals. We are off course confident that if we win in Wa , our region can actually become the national champions of this year’s Airtel Rising Stars,” said Amponsah Agyemang, the Brong Ahafo Region’s juvenile committee chairman..Already Western Region’s boys and girls teams have qualified for the national finals. Eastern Region’s boys team and the Ashanti Region’s female team have also booked their tickets to the finals. After Wa, Airtel Rising Stars moves to Tamale which will feature the Upper East and Northern Regions. The train heads down south to Denu in the Volta Region for the competition between the Voltarians and Greater Accra Region.The winners of all five zones then head to Sunyani for the national finals scheduled to take place on the 29th and 30th of August. Airtel Rising Stars is a collaborative effort between the Ghana Football Association and African telecoms giant, Airtel. It aims at tapping into the potential of all young talented footballers in the country and setting them on the path of greatness.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more