Archives du mot-clef journalists

Prince Harry pledges to support Zambia’s wildlife conservation efforts

Prince Harry pledges to support Zambia’s wildlife conservation efforts

    Prince Harry has offered to boost Zambian tourism, in particular wildlife, by facilitating the movement of between 500-1000 elephants from Botswana into the Kafue National Park. State House …

Par Zambian Eye, le 27 novembre 2018
Kenyan parliamentarians harass journalists following corruption allegations

Kenyan parliamentarians harass journalists following corruption allegations

    Nairobi, August 3, 2018–Parliamentarians in Kenya should stop harassing journalists and allow them to report on the legislature without fear of reprisal, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Dinah …

Par CPJ, le 4 août 2018
In Houthi-controlled Yemen, silence, exile, or detention; at least 13 journalists held

In Houthi-controlled Yemen, silence, exile, or detention; at least 13 journalists held

      Justin Shilad/CPJ Middle East and North Africa Research Associate   Torture. Denial of medical care. Repeated interrogations and accusations of collaborating with enemies: Yemeni journalist Youssef Ajlan’s …

Par CPJ, le 28 décembre 2017
GHANA - GN Bank Awards now People’s Celebrity Awards

GHANA - GN Bank Awards now People’s Celebrity Awards

A successful media interaction was held on Friday, July 28, 2017 as Spyder Lee Entertainment, organisers of GN Bank Awards, unveiled a new name for its award scheme.

Par Today Newspaper, le 31 juillet 2017
USA - Journalists charged with rioting in Washington

USA - Journalists charged with rioting in Washington

    New York, January 24, 2017–Authorities in Washington D.C. should drop rioting charges against at least three journalists arrested while covering protests on the day of the inauguration of …

Par CPJ, le 25 janvier 2017
United States urges Ethiopia to release journalists

United States urges Ethiopia to release journalists

The United States government urged Ethiopia to release journalists arrested following the month-long Oromo students protest, which is causing death and arrest of many including politicians, students and journalists, among …

Par New Business Ethiopia, le 2 janvier 2016