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Reporters Without Borders shocked by attack on Lebanese journalist

first_img Organisation LebanonMiddle East – North Africa Lebanese journalist found shot dead in car November 11, 2020 Find out more Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” News Follow the news on Lebanon LebanonMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en Reporters Without Borders expressed “deep shock” at what it called a “barbaric attack” today on well-known Lebanese TV presenter May Chidiac, who was critically injured in a bomb attack on her car in Beirut.“This shows what dangerous conditions lebanese journalists have to work in,” it said, calling on the government to find and punish those responsible so as to prevent a habit of impunity taking root.It noted that the attack came less than five months after the 2 June murder of journalist Samir Kassir, of the daily paper Al Nahar. It urged the authorities to take “urgent and serious steps to solve the two crimes.”Chidiac, who works for LBC (Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation) which is covering the incident live, may have to undergo amputation. The attack was similar to the one on Kassir. In each case a bomb was placed under the driver’s seat.Chidiac presents the evening news as well as a political programme on LBC, which is close to the country’s anti-Syrian opposition. January 14, 2021 Find out more February 4, 2021 Find out more Lebanon : Violence against reporters becoming more frequent in Lebanon News Help by sharing this information News to go further September 26, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders shocked by attack on Lebanese journalist Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders expressed “deep shock” at what it called a “barbaric attack” today on well-known Lebanese TV presenter May Chidiac, who was critically injured in a bomb attack on her car in Beirut. It noted that the attack came less than five months after the 2 June murder of journalist Samir Kassir, of the daily paper Al Nahar. Newslast_img read more

E-threat to call centre market

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Mongolia to maintain strict virus regulations ‘until vaccine found’

first_imgMongolia will maintain strict coronavirus regulations until a vaccine is found, the prime minister said Monday, raising the prospect of the country being locked down for months to come.Wedged between Russia and China, landlocked Mongolia on March 12 become one of the first countries to close its borders in the face of the growing global epidemic.Universities, schools and kindergartens are closed until September, conferences and public protests are banned, children under 12 are not allowed in malls or restaurants, and facemasks are mandatory. “The country will keep the quarantine rules until a vaccine becomes available,” Prime Minister Khurelsukh Ukhnaa told reporters in the country’s parliament.He did not provide more details about what measures would remain in place, but said he did not know when borders would reopen.Despite the announcement, he said parliamentary elections will be held as scheduled on June 24.Scientists around the world are rushing to find a vaccine for the virus that has killed more than 340,000 people and infected over five million in 196 countries and territories. Mongolia has recorded a low 140 cases, with most imported from Russia. The returnees were put under strict quarantine for three weeks.The country has sent planes to repatriate Mongolians abroad, but thousands remain stranded in other countries.Only vulnerable groups — including pregnant women, seniors, children with their parents, and people with serious health issues — are allowed to return, with authorities saying Mongolia lacks the capacity to handle everyone.center_img Topics :last_img read more