Chadian journalist arrested two days after launching new magazine

first_img Help by sharing this information Many historic publications threatened with closure in Chad Receive email alerts Follow the news on Chad News ChadAfrica Condemning abuses October 7, 2020 Find out more February 23, 2018 Chadian journalist arrested two days after launching new magazine News Chadian radio stations on strike in protest against violent raid ChadAfrica Condemning abuses Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the arbitrary detention of Chadian journalist Martin Inoua Doulguet, the publisher of a new quarterly magazine called Salam Info, who was arrested yesterday, just two days after the magazine appeared for the first time on newsstands in the capital, N’Djamena. The police arrested him on a forgery charge on the grounds that he launched his news and analysis magazine in N’Djamena after obtaining the required publishing permit in the southern city of Bongor. He was interrogated by a prosecutor yesterday and is currently in the custody of the N’Djamena judicial police. “We call for Martin Inoua Doulguet’s immediate release because the accusation brought against does not, under any circumstances, constitute grounds for prolonged detention,” RSF said. “The authorities have a duty to encourage journalists to publish, not to censor them. ”Chad is ranked 121st out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. to go further News Martin Inoua Doulguet, directeur de publication de Salam Info, présentant son premier numéro ©zamaninfos.com Reports The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa December 1, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Organisation November 27, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

New awards for the Dubrovnik Gardens of the Sun.

first_imgDubrovnik Gardens of the Sun once again won international awards this year, which is the best indicator of excellence, as well as confirmation of the leading position in the field of family and wellness tourism in Europe.As part of the renowned 2017 World Luxury Spa Awards, the Dubrovnik Gardens of the Sun resort won the award for the best luxury spa resort in Croatia (Best Luxury Resort Spa), and the best spa in the destination (Luxury Destination Spa). The World Luxury Spa awards are given for high quality standards within the luxury wellness segment, and are part of the world-renowned organization World Luxury Awards, which awards prizes for impeccable service and facilities in the hotel industry.”In recent years, we have invested a lot in the development of the spa concept, as well as the improvement of the overall wellness experience in order to exceed the expectations of our guests and maintain the position of the best SPA resort in the region. These awards are a confirmation that we are on the right path, and I congratulate my staff on their success and continuous work and effort.”Said on this occasion the general manager of the resort, Christian Larss Kreković and adds that the Resort for the second year in a row won recognition in the prestigious competition 2017 Junior Design Awards – a silver award for best family hotel (Best Family Hotel, UK & Worldwide).By the way, Dubrovnik Gardens of the Sun, a luxury five-star resort, is located on the coast in Orašac near Dubrovnik and is part of the prestigious group The Leading Hotels of the World. In addition to luxury accommodation in 201 rooms within the hotel and 207 residences, the resort offers an award-winning spa, sports center, 16 different bars and restaurants, a beach and three outdoor pools, and one of the best conference centers in the region.Related news:Dubrovnik Gardens of the Sun has joined The Leading Hotels of the Worldlast_img read more

Iraqi militias quit US Embassy after protests

first_imgA member of the Iraqi security forces stands guard during a protest to condemn air strikes on bases belonging to Hashd al-Shaabi (paramilitary forces) in Baghdad, Iraq on Jan. 1. REUTERS/KHALID AL-MOUSILY BAGHDAD – Supporters of Iranian-backedIraqi paramilitary groups who stormed the United States Embassy’s perimeter intwo days of protests withdrew on Wednesday after Washington dispatched extratroops and threatened reprisals against Tehran. The demonstrators, angry at US airstrikes against the Tehran-backed Kataib Hezbollah group in which at least 25people were killed, threw stones at the building while US forces stationed onthe rooftops fired tear gas to disperse them. US President Donald Trump accused Iranof orchestrating the violence.   Iran, under severe economic duressfrom punishing US sanctions put in place by Trump, denied responsibility.(Reuters)last_img read more