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2012-02-03 11:08:35 Radio Journalist Threatened and Tortured for 24 Hours [RSF] Reporters Without Borders roundly condemns radio journalist Farah Abadid Hildid's abduction by the police yesterday and the threats and torture to which he was subjected during the 24 hours he was held. Hildid works for La Voix de Djibouti, a radio station that broadcasts on the shortwave from Europe and is now also available on the Internet.

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Wednesday, 04-16-14, 8:58Media Urged to Be More Gender-Sensitive[Gender Links]Gender equality in media content and practice remains a dream for Swaziland as revealed at the SADC Protocol@Work Summit that started on 14 April 2014 at Esibayeni Lodge in Matsapha, Swaziland and runs until 16 April 2014. Comfort Mabuza, the National Media Facilitator for Swaziland revealed this hard fact at the official opening of the summit and called for the media to critique itself as an institution.
Wednesday, 04-16-14, 8:54Chinese Medical Mission to Senegal Makes Donation to Dakar Hospital[Focac]Dakar -The 15th Chinese medical mission to Senegal on Monday offered medical equipment worth 30,000 U.S. dollars to the Pikine National Hospital in Dakar.
Wednesday, 04-16-14, 8:52Supreme Court Summons Finance Minister[New Dawn]Liberia's Supreme Court has summoned Finance Minister Amara Konneh to appear at 9am today to show 'cause' why he should not be held in contempt.
Wednesday, 04-16-14, 8:48Aubameyang - I'm Happy With My Season[Africa Top Sports]Don't dare tell him the opposite. After almost a year spent in Germany with Borussia Dortmund, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is satisfied by his balance sheet, even if the Yellow and Black did not shine like last season . This is what he said in an interview with our colleagues from L'Equipe.
Wednesday, 04-16-14, 8:46Man Kills Girlfriend Then Hangs Himself[New Era]Omuthiya -A 29-year-old man stabbed his 24-year-old girlfriend to death and then committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree. The man has been identified as Gotlieb Haimbodi Johannes and the victim Inessi Yoleni Ndakolo, both from Okakoko in Omuthiya constituency. The violent crime took place on April 13 at around 19:00. According to police Ndakolo was stabbed 12 times at Okaloko village and succumbed to her wounds shortly after.

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