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Second Megastar radio journalist attacked

first_img Receive email alerts HaïtiAmericas February 21, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Second Megastar radio journalist attacked News RSF_en June 11, 2019 Find out more News October 11, 2019 Find out more Police attacked radio Megastar journalist Makenson Remy on 18 February in Port-au-Prince. He was driving home after work when he realised a police car was following him. When he stopped at a red light in the district of Nazon, the police ordered him to get out of his car. Then, according to the account he gave the Associated Press, they beat him and threatened to kill him if he did not stop working for Megastar. “They accused me of making pro-Aristide comments on the radio,” he said, referring to former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. They also said, “they may have hurt me but they could have killed me,” he added.________________________14.02.05 – Journalist stops working, goes into hiding after shooting attackReporters Without Borders voiced alarm today about the climate of violence in Haiti in which journalist Raoul Saint-Louis, a co-presenter on the privately-owned radio station Megastar, announced on 8 February that he has had to go into hiding, change his residence and stop working as a result of a shooting attack four days before.”The consequences of the attack on Saint-Louis have been disastrous and constitute a serious press freedom violation,” the organization said. “The attack and the death threats he received by telephone have made him decide to stop practising his profession because he fears for his life and the lives of his loved-ones. He has moved, he is wearing a different style of clothes and he is hiding when he goes out.”Pointing out that this was the third attack against a journalist since the start of the year, Reporters Without Borders called on the authorities “to quickly do everything possible to put an end to this situation of danger for journalists, who must be able to work in complete safety.”In the attack on Saint-Louis on the evening of 4 February, several shots were fired as he was outside the radio station with his wife and several colleagues. One of the shots went right through his hand, causing a injury that required hospitalization. As it was dark, Saint-Louis was unable to see who fired the shots. He said he had received death threats by phone during the preceding month after he accused the government on the air of not doing enough to combat corruption. Violence against the press in Haiti: RSF and CPJ write to Minister of Justice HaïtiAmericas News Follow the news on Haïti Police attacked Radio Megastar journalist Makenson Remy on 18 February in Port-au-Prince. November 14, 2019 Find out more News Another journalist murdered in Haiti Help by sharing this information Journalist shot dead amid anti-government protests in Haiti Organisation to go furtherlast_img read more

Sadness as Limerick loses two GAA stars

first_imgLimerick GAA crestThe Limerick GAA community is mourning as two major sporting figures passed away this week.The funeral mass takes place at St. Joseph’s Church on O’Connell Avenue this Thursday morning of Sean O’Connor (Claughaun), who refereed the 1969 and ’75 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Finals at Croke Park.The burial afterwards is to take place at Mount Oliver Cemetery.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up During his time, Sean officiated at practically ever sort of a final, including over 20 Munster deciders, in both hurling and football.In the late 1950’s, he was a dual senior player with Limerick and later served as a county selector.With Claughaun, Sean won seven county senior championship medals between hurling and football. At the time of his death, he was Claughaun President.Sean’s other great pastime was greyhound racing and he was a regular at Limerick on weekends right up until recent weeks.Late of Aer Lingus Shannon, Sean, of Lynwood Park on the Ballysimon Road, is survived by wife Marie, daughter Valerie (Compton), son Leo, other relatives and friends.May he Rest in Peace. Twitter Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsLocal NewsSadness as Limerick loses two GAA starsBy Staff Reporter – February 8, 2018 4994 Linkedin TAGSGAASean O’ConnorSt Joseph’s ChurchTony Houlihan WhatsApp While Sean O’Connor lived a fairly full life, it’s a total opposite for young Tony Houlihan of Newcastle West and Adare, who only in his very low 40s passed away peacefully earlier in the week after a very brief illness, long before his natural time.His all-too-sudden death has brought huge sadness around Adare this week.A fearless hurler with his beloved Adare, Tony won numerous awards but none more precious than those couple of county senior hurling championship medals secured in scarce times.He is survived by loving wife Audrey, daughter Neasa, parents Tommy and Breda, brothers Damian and Timmy, father-in-law Patsy Griffin, other relatives and a widespread collection of friends.Tony will be laid to rest at St. Nicholas Cemetery in Adare following this morning’s Requiem Mass at Holy Trinity Abbey Church.‘May the sod rest lightly on his gentle soul.’More local news here. Talking Points: Limerick’s unbeaten run comes to an end as they prepare for All-Ireland final rematch Print ICYMI: Billy Lee confirms 40-man Limerick Senior Football Squad for 2021 WATCH: Donal Ryan says there is a “great buzz” in the squad as the Ladies Footballer’s gear up for Offaly Facebook Calling all Limerick GAA Clubs WATCH: John Kiely reflects on ‘fair result’ against Tipperary Galway Beat Limerick in Free Ridden Salthill Encounter Previous articleCouncillors ‘should be given P45s’ over Aughinish planning decisionNext articleInformation evening in General Learning and Personal Development to take place in Limerick college Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Emaillast_img read more

Successful launch held by Limerick Together for Yes

first_imgReactions from members of both sides of Eighth Amendment Referendum Email Linkedin Previous articleLimerick Senator encouraging Limerick groups to apply for new €30m fundNext articleTwo Limerick primary school students honoured at art competition in Dublin Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsSocietySuccessful launch held by Limerick Together for YesBy Staff Reporter – April 18, 2018 3362 Beyond the neon runes Fine Gael on the missing list in Limerick Beckha Doyle ( former member of Citizens Assembly), Senator Paul Gavan (Sinn Féin), Jan O Sullivan TD (Labour), MC Thomas Bibby (Green Party), Jennifer Schweppe (Limerick Together for Yes) & Ailbhe Smyth (Together for Yes).Together for Yes is the National Civil Society Campaign to remove the Eighth Amendment from the Constitution. The format of the Limerick launch was a facilitated discussion looking at the process by which Government arrived at the decision to have a referendum on the Eighth Amendment.The panel included former Citizens Assembly member, Beckha Doyle, Eighth Committee members, Deputy Jan O’Sullivan and Senator Paul Gavan, Deputy Chairperson of Limerick Together for Yes, Jennifer Schweppe and arguably the highlight of the event, Co-Director of the national Together for Yes campaign, Ailbhe Smyth. The event MC was Thomas Bibby from the Green Party.During the event when addressing the crowd Ms Smyth commented, “It’s wonderful to see this huge gathering in Limerick, it is incredible, not enough seats in the room”. She continued, “Our message is clear, we want compassionate care for all people in this country. We want this country to be fairer and gentler, and a country that values women.”Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Labour TD, Jan O’Sullivan said, “It was a privilege to be part of the panel of speakers at the launch of Limerick Together for Yes campaign with a packed room of people from right across Limerick life and political parties, all determined to win this referendum and to take the complex and personal issue of abortion out of the Constitution.  The overwhelming message is that we need to care for women in their own country, in their own health service.  We will work together in a unified campaign and I would urge others to join us to finally, after 35 years, persuade people that we need to repeal the Eighth Amendment.”Beckha Doyle (former member of Citizens Assembly), Senator Paul Gavan (Sinn Féin), Jan O Sullivan TD (Labour), MC Thomas Bibby (Green Party), Jennifer Schweppe (Limerick Together for Yes) & Ailbhe Smyth (Together for Yes).Sinn Féin Senator, Paul Gavan, followed, “Tonight we had a room full of people from all parties and none, uniting for one key purpose; to remove the Eighth Amendment from our Constitution and place care, compassion and respect for women at the heart of our society and our public healthcare system.”Event MC Thomas Bibby from the Green Party, concluded, “It was a privilege to hear about the evidence presented to the Citizens Assembly and Joint Oireachtas Committee tonight. We are delighted to support Limerick Together for Yes in campaigning for a more compassionate Ireland that allows abortion care for women who need it. Our members are reporting positive reactions on the doors on the Limerick Together for Yes canvasses but there is no room for complacency in this campaign.”More about society here. TAGSAilbhe SmythBeckha DoyleCitizens Assemblyconstitutioneighth amendmentJan O’ SullivanJennifer SchweppeNational Civil Society CampaignSenator Paul GavanTogether for Yes Advertisementcenter_img WhatsApp Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Fine Gael’s top men stay silent on referendum TD questionnaire on Eighth Amendment referendum Print Twitter Limerick doctors join growing list of Doctors for Yeslast_img read more

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