Help by sharing this information June 5, 2020 Find out more Four Burundian journalists complete 12 months in arbitrary detention RSF_en The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Organisation News Burundian appeal court upholds prison sentences for four journalists BurundiAfrica June 18, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Burundi Several journalists from the online news agency in-burundi.net were beaten up by police in Bujumbura in early January 2002 while investigating the torture by state intelligence service agents of a watchman arrested in the previous month’s murder of Kassi Malan, the World Health Organisation’s representative in Burundi. The police warned the journalists they “could come to the same end.”The National Communications Council banned Burundian media websites on 26 August 2002 from posting material emanating from political groups “preaching hatred and violence.” This was chiefly aimed at the Rugamba website of the Net Press news agency, which carried statements by opposition groups. The Council threatened to shut down Net Press if Rugamba did not stop posting material that “undermines public order and security.”Online news agency In-Burundi.netRugamba (Net Press news agency) Reports October 21, 2020 Find out more November 27, 2020 Find out more News BurundiAfrica Receive email alerts Follow the news on Burundi to go further News
Twitter Local News TAGS WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Twitter Pinterest By Odessa American – February 24, 2021 DPS Logo A 21-year-old Odessan and a 26-year-old Mineral Wells man died in a two-vehicle collision on Wednesday afternoon, a Department of Public Safety release detailed.The reported fatal collision happened at 11:48 a.m. near the intersection of W. 16th St. and North Avenue I, the release stated.Joseph Payne, 26, of Mineral Wells was reportedly driving a 2002 Toyota Avalon with passengers Hunter Miller, 21, of Odessa and Magen Cantrell, 22, of Odessa. Tyrice Lowery, 36, of Midland was reportedly driving a 2009 Cadillac with Veronica Rodriguez, 33, of Midland as a passenger.The Avalon was driving west in the right lane of W. 16 St., while the Cadillac traveling west in the left lane of W. 16th St., the release stated.The Avalon reportedly changed lanes when unsafe and collided with the Cadillac. The Avalon lost control after the initial impact, rolled and collided with a utility pole.Payne and Miller were transported to Medical Center Hospital and were later pronounced dead by medical staff, the release detailed. Cantrell was transported to University Medical Center in Lubbock with incapacitating injuries.Lowery and Rodriguez were transported to MCH with non-incapacitating injuries, the release stated. An MCH official said over the phone on Thursday afternoon that Lowery and Rodriguez weren’t in the MCH system.It was unknown if Payne, Miller or Cantrell were wearing their seatbelts, the release stated. Lowery and Rodriguez were both wearing their seatbelts. Two dead after fatal crash in West Odessa WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleOdessa’s Anika Gundlapalli returns to national spelling beeNext article050119_ChristianBullRider_03.jpg Odessa American
Today, John Mayer hinted on social media that he will release new music tomorrow. Co-produced by John Mayer and No I.D., “New Light” is seemingly part one of a multi-“Night” series. While the pop-star turned Dead & Company vocalist/guitarist spends most of his free time in the studio, this new release will mark his first since 2017’s The Search For Everything. The Search For Everything came four years after 2013’s Paradise Valley. While the time gap was never suggestive of Mayer taking any sort of musical break, it became clear that the time was spent working on himself. Now, he’s full speed ahead.Check back tomorrow for John Mayer’s newest release, and head to Dead & Company’s website for a list of the band’s upcoming summer tour dates.
Saint Mary’s President Katie Conboy announced in an email Thursday afternoon that the College will adopt the spring semester schedule implemented by Notre Dame and Holy Cross.The first day of the spring semester will be Wednesday, Feb. 3, with no classes on Good Friday. Final exams will be from May 14-19, and commencement weekend will be May 21-23.Conboy cited cold winter weather and the threat of increased seasonal illnesses as the reasons for the later spring semester start date.“We know that the winter months will present new challenges, including the need to spend more time indoors and the usual round of winter colds and flus — that’s why we are trying to shrink the winter period for campus-based activity,” Conboy said.According to the email, the College is in the process of deciding whether or not to offer housing during the extended winter break. The College is also considering adding a winter academic session.Tags: COVID-19, president katie conboy, spring semester