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to go further September 17, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two years without an independent press Follow the news on Eritrea January 13, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Swedish prosecutors again refuse to investigate Dawit Isaak case Organisation EritreaAfrica Reports Eritreans have only been allowed to hear and read the official press for the past two years, ever since the government shut down all privately-owned publications. At least 14 journalists are still imprisoned and Reporters Without Borders calls again for their immediate release. News Receive email alerts News RSF urges Swedish judicial authorities to reverse Dawit Isaak decision News Prisoner of Conscience Since 2001 – Why has Sweden not managed to bring Dawit Isaak home? Reporters Without Borders today made a new appeal to the Eritrean government to free 14 of the country’s leading journalists imprisoned for the past two years and allow the independent media, which were all shut down in September 2001, to reopen at once.The press freedom organisation said the unique situation meant Eritreans had only had official news for two years, plus any foreign radio stations they could tune in to. The closures and arrests have made Eritrea the sole country in Africa and one of the very few in the world where only the government media is allowed.Eritrea is also the biggest prison for journalists in Africa. The authorities have given no information about where the 14 are imprisoned or what their conditions of detention are. Government ministers and members of the ruling party have several times called them “traitors” but none has been charged with any crime.The government ordered the closure of all privately-owned publications on 18 September 2001 and over the next few days at least 10 of their journalists were arrested and taken to the main police station in Asmara, the capital. They were Yusuf Mohamed Ali, editor of Tsigenay; Mattewos Habteab, editor of Meqaleh; Dawit Habtemichael, his deputy; Medhanie Haile (deputy editor) and Temesgen Gebreyesus (board member) of Keste Debena; Emanuel Asrat, editor of Zemen; Dawit Isaac and Fessehaye Yohannes, of the newspaper Setit; Said Abdulkader, of the magazine Admas, and a freelance photographer, Seyoum Tsehaye.The 10 began a hunger-strike on 31 March 2002 and in a letter smuggled out of jail said they were protesting against their illegal imprisonment and demanding their “right to justice” and a trial by a “fair and independent court.” They were transferred to an unknown place of detention on 3 April. In January and February 2002, three journalists from the government media were arrested: Hamid Mohamed Said and Saidia Ahmed, of the government TV station Eri-TV and Saleh al-Jezaeeri, of the government radio station Voice of the Broad Masses. No reason was given.Another journalist, Akhlilu Solomon, the local stringer for Voice of America, was arrested at his home on 8 July 2003. Officials said he had been taken to a military camp to do his compulsory national service. But VOA noted he had already done part of it and been exempted from the rest on medical grounds. October 27, 2020 Find out more April 14, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information EritreaAfrica
RELATED: >>FOR MORE VISIT FACEBOOK<< Auction event hailed a success “It had 26 inspections and 20 of those were straight after the flood event,” Mr Forster said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“There were several offers, and it ended in a great result.”According to CoreLogic the home at 1 Hammond St, Mysterton, sold for $932,000 which was the highest house sale price achieved in the suburb since August 2016.Mr Forster said it was hard to predict how the market would perform after the flooding, but this was a sign that in the areas that were unaffected people were still keen to buy.He said some parts of the Townsville property market were still doing it tough, but on a whole the market appeared to have stabilised to a new “normal”. Health care a top priority for home buyers Looking for a sea-change with the lot? The sale at 1 Hammond St was the highest sale price achieved in the suburb since 2016.The fastest selling suburb in the house market was Mundingburra with an average 30 days on market and for the unit market it was Hermit Park with an average days on market of 41 days.While bad weather and flooding has had an impact on the Townsville property market in recent weeks, there were still deals being done.Andrew Forster of Knight Frank Residential Sales secured a sale within four weeks of a home which hit the market in Townsville just two days before the weather turned bad. This home at 1 Hammond St, Mysterton sold for $932,000.Properties are starting to sell faster in Townsville with new figures revealing a drop in the average number of days home and units are on the market before they sell. New figures from CoreLogic reveal the average days on market of a house in Townsville was now 56 days and for a unit it was 59 days.Just six months ago the average time on market in Townsville for a house was 65 days and for a unit was 62 days.Individual suburbs have recorded much stronger results with houses selling for less time than the average in 21 suburbs and units selling faster than the 59 days in four suburbs. The Mysterton home was well presented with three bathrooms, six bedrooms and an open plan living area.Mr Forster said the home at 1 Hammond St, had the benefit of being well presented and was in a suburb which had been in demand.The six-bedroom house had three bathrooms open-plan living areas.It retained many of its traditional features including VJ walls, polished timber floors, high ceilings. MORE: All bedrooms were on the upper level and the home had a gourmet kitchen which overlooked the outdoor dining area.The lower level of the home was fully self-contained and had a garage with plenty of storage space.
Brookville, In. — Stayin’ Alive in Franklin County will hold their “13th Coalition Celebration and Fundraiser: Your Voice. Your Choice. Make a difference” Tuesday, November 27 at the Brookville United Methodist Church. A buffet-style dinner will be served at 6 p.m. along with a live auction.Stayin’ Alive is a non-profit organization. For more information please call 765-647-7272.Please RSVP with payment by November 9 to:Stayin’ Alive, 527 Main Street. P.O. Box 64, Brookville, In 47012.
Published on November 13, 2019 at 9:07 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (1-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) defeated Colgate (1-2) 70-54 in the Carrier Dome on Wednesday night. Buddy Boeheim led the Orange in scoring with 17 points while Bourama Sidibe added 12 points and 14 rebounds. Below are three takeaways from the Orange’s first win of the season. Offense! After stumbling through its worst offensive performance since Word War II, Syracuse’s offense had life against the Raiders. The production came from everywhere, including near the hoop and beyond and the arc. Syracuse often set picks on the ball dribbler’s defender and off-ball screens opened up other opportunities. With a few set plays to help the offense move, Syraucse looked more like the offense it talked about after the Virginia game than it played like during it. Three Orange players scored double-digits while Hughes dished eight assists. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn its simplest form, the Orange just shot better than it did against the Cavaliers. SU shot 50.9% from the field including 7-of-17 from beyond the arc. It helped that looks were often more open. Quick passing moved the Raiders’ defenders out of position. Unlike against Virginia, which limited Syraucse’s ability to drive through packing its defense in near the paint, Syracuse guards attacked the basket. In some instances they sank contested layups but also used the drives as a way to create open space for shooters.Another big night for Sidibe against ColgateSidibe registered his lone double-double of last season against Colgate. On Wednesday, he registered his first of the 2019-20 season. Syracuse’s center owned the boards along with Marek Dolezaj (six rebounds). With the Raiders tallest player who saw consistent minutes matching Sidibe’s height of 6-foot-10 inches, the Mali native had a clear wingspan advantage. Sidibe’s boards often came off tipped balls to himself where he’d reach above another player and tap the ball to space so he could fully grasp it. On offense, Colgate left Sidibe open. As Orange players drove to the hoop, the player covering Sidibe often slid to the ball carrier quick, leaving time for a dump off to Sidibe standing beside the hoop. He sank several layups from that spot and also finished put back opportunities following missed Syracuse shots. Carey out, Girard in? Through two games Syracuse has had the same starting point guard, Jalen Carey, but that hasn’t meant much after tip. Boeheim yanked Carey early in the first half and he’d finish with five minutes of playing time. Joe Girard III subbed in for Carey. On Giarard’s first possession he and Hughes fumbled a transaction as Hughes threw the ball to a spot he hoped Girard would be cutting but instead the ball went out of bounds. The freshman settled in, though, including a string of plays in the second half. On the first, he sank a catch-and-shoot 3-pointer. On the next possession he caught the ball on the fast break and dished an alley-oop to Sidibe. Girard flexed and screamed as the crowd cheered the Orange prior to a Colgate timeout. Girard and Hughes, who also handles the ball up top at times, seemed to create more off their dribble than Carey had early in the game. After one play when Hughes drove, drew multiple defenders and sent the ball out for a Buddy 3-pointer, Boeheim marched straight to Carey and pointed to the court. Fellow freshman Brycen Goodine spelled Girard late in both halves and finished with 16 minutes played. Comments
For a second time in a month, an emotional M Karunanidhi met his daughter Kanimozhi, arrested in the 2G spectrum scam case, at the Tihar jail in New Delhi on Tuesday and spent nearly 45 minutes with her.The 88-year-old DMK President drove to the jail at around 4.30 PM accompanied by his wife Rajathi Ammal, his son and Union Minister M K Alagiri.Karunanidhi, who arrived in Delhi on Tuesday, met Kanimozhi at the assistant jail superintendent’s office and spent over 20 minutes with her without his family members around.Sources said the DMK chief brought some ‘namkeen’ from Tamil Nadu for his daughter. After 20 minutes, the father-daughter duo were joined by Alagiri and Rajathi.Sources said both Kanimozhi and Karunanidhi were composed and were seen talking to each other for most part of the meeting.This is Karunanidhi’s second meeting with Kanimozhi after she was arrested and sent to jail on May 20. Earlier, he met her on May 23.”The family members were with Kanimozhi for nearly 30 minutes. They spoke in Tamil,” sources said.The sources said Kanimozhi, Karunanidhi, Alagiri and Rajathi were not disturbed by jail officials during the meeting.After some time, former Telecom Minister A Raja and Kalaignar TV Managing Director Sharad Kumar joined the meeting.DMK leaders T R Baalu, K Ponmudy and Duraimurugan were also present at this stage.Karunanidhi’s visit came a day after the Supreme Court refused bail to Kanimozhi.– With PTI inputsFor more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.advertisement
FINDING THE CENTRE: Winner Dheeraj Jain (middle) on the sets of the cricket gameshowWith a team composition better than that of 2,65,000 others, software expert Dheeraj Jain won the ESPNStar Sports Super Selector competition for November. Jain’s foresight won him a Maruti-Suzuki Versa and a free trip to Melbourne to,FINDING THE CENTRE: Winner Dheeraj Jain (middle) on the sets of the cricket gameshowWith a team composition better than that of 2,65,000 others, software expert Dheeraj Jain won the ESPNStar Sports Super Selector competition for November. Jain’s foresight won him a Maruti-Suzuki Versa and a free trip to Melbourne to see Australia play South Africa in the Boxing Day Test match. He will also get an opportunity to be in the commentary box with cricket experts.Click here to EnlargeSurprisingly, Sachin Tendulkar, Jain’s favourite cricketer, wasn’t on his team. “It was simply a balancing act,” says Jain. “I wanted the best of the bowlers in my team and could not include all those who are valued at 150.” Jain, 31, wasn’t expecting to win. “Frankly, I thought I would qualify for a camera or some such thing.”
LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Romeo: Hoping for positive startSan Miguel coach Leo Austria is well aware that all eyes are on his Beermen when the Philippine Cup kicks off the Philippine Basketball Association Season 44 on Jan. 13.“Four straight (Philippine Cup titles) and we’re gunning for fifth,” he told the Inquirer. “Notching four was already unprecedented.”ADVERTISEMENT TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening ‘Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance PLAY LIST 01:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Nietes wants 4th world title to usher in new year Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? But Austria said that he is treading carefully.“Over at social media, people are saying there are not enough basketballs to go around [the team],” he said. “The challenge now lies in conjuring the perfect chemistry. I always try to tell keep everyone in line to avoid them from being consumed by an individualistic mind-set.”Austria, who had steered San Miguel Beer to six PBA titles, touched up on Romeo, who, he acknowledged has been the target of flak by fans.“We had a lengthy conversation,” he said of his first chat with Romeo since the cager’s trade from TNT. “He shared a lot of things.”“I told him that’s only the start,” Austria said. “You’re up for more. You should no longer be the awards. It should be a championship. He was positive about it.”ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “The expectations are swelling. You could see it everywhere, on paper,” he added. “The same could be said with our formidable lineup. We still have to work things out. I know that talent couldn’t prevail if you put in the hard work.”The toil, according to Austria, starts with the team’s chemistry. He believes he can expand his notoriously limited player rotation sans imports.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion“It’s all-Filipino. I feel like my rotation is going to be great. It could include 10, 11 or maybe 12. And with our new additions? That’s exciting,” he said.San Miguel acquired embattled guard Terrence Romeo, international veteran Paul Zamar, and recalled old hand Ronald Tubid as part of the campaign to reassert their dominance in the prestigious conference. SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion LATEST STORIES MOST READ BREAKING: Corrections officer shot dead in front of Bilibid View comments
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Europe’s biggest alerted as FFP force PSG into Neymar or Mbappe saleby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveEurope’s biggest clubs are on red alert after it broke on Sunday that Financial Fair Play pressure will force PSG to sell Kylian Mbappe or Neymar in 2019.Mediapart reports PSG will have to pay back around £170m Euros to appease FFP – which means selling one of the stars in 2019.The signings of Neymar for €222 million (£195.8 million) and Mbappe for a reported €180 million (£158.7 million), are believed to have unbalanced the club’s accounts.UEFA are looking into the finances of the French champions and the impact of the signings of Neymar and Mbappe.And PSG could be excluded from the Champions League if they are found to have breached FFP rules.Neymar has been linked with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United this season.
“According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the first quarter of 2018, and while we can’t predict what will happen by the end of the year, certainly, if this trend continues, then the reduction continues,” she said. Story Highlights Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith, informed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 persons in 2016. The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) continues to decline. The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) continues to decline.Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith, informed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 persons in 2016.“According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the first quarter of 2018, and while we can’t predict what will happen by the end of the year, certainly, if this trend continues, then the reduction continues,” she said.She was addressing journalists at a press briefing held on June 19 at the Ministry’s New Kingston offices.The Minister said that immigration officers’ training seminars implemented by T&T have also helped to reduce the number of complaints from Jamaicans about their treatment while in the country.Additionally, she informed that the Ministry has been sharing important travel tips to Jamaicans visiting CARICOM countries, “so that they could take responsibility when they travel”.“This cooperation between public information as well as training and governmental responsibility among member states will reduce some of the friction that exists,” she contended.The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) facilitates hassle-free travel for all CARICOM nationals.The CSME is built on five core regimes: free movement of capital, free movement of goods, free movement of skills, the provision of services, and the right of establishment.Senator Johnson Smith said there is still a great level of disparity among CARICOM member states in the implementation of the five regimes.She noted that a protocol to treat with community nationals being denied entry at the borders is being finalised.
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