Dorbor and Quiwea went to Zwedru, in the southeastern county of Grand Gedeh. Flomo is correspondent in Ganta, in the east-central region of Nimba. Dolo was in Gbarnga, in the central county of Bong, and had fled to Ganta after fighting broke out. Since LURD attacks on several provincial capitals, the paper and the radio station have not heard from the journalists. June 12, 2020 Find out more Covid-19 emergency laws spell disaster for press freedom Organisation RSF_en RSF urges Liberian authorities to investigate threats against journalists December 16, 2020 Find out more LiberiaAfrica November 27, 2020 Find out more News Follow the news on Liberia Help by sharing this information 10/04/03Grody Dorbor, editor of the The Inquirer newspaper, who had been missingfor more than two weeks in the rebel-plagued interior, contacted his familyon 9 April to say he had taken refuge on the Ivorian border and wanted toreturn to Monrovia. Three other journalists – Oscar Dolo, Nyahn Flomo andWilliam Quiwea, local correspondents of the radio station Talking DrumStudio-Liberia – are still missing in the rebel area. ————————————-09/03/04Four journalists missing for past two weeksReporters Without Borders called today on Liberian authorities to search for four journalists – Grody Dorbor (editor) of the The Inquirer newspaper, Oscar Dolo, Nyahn Flomo and William Quiwea, local correspondents of the radio station Talking Drum Studio-Liberia – who have been missing for more than two weeks in the central part of the country, where government forces are battling rebels of the Liberians United for Reconciliation and Development (LURD) movement.Expressing his great concern about their fate, Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said that “at a time when the population is the victim of widespread attacks by armed rebels, the government must take effective steps to ensure the safety of journalists, who are very valuable for Liberians.” He called for a thorough and impartial investigation into the disappearance of the four. News The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa News April 10, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist found but three others still missing to go further LiberiaAfrica Receive email alerts Reports
Where can I begin with Sex on the Beat? With the beat. The night is all about the music: a fusion of dirty electro, underground house and, essentially, incredible beats – a sharp contrast to the usual array of RnB and cheese that dominates student nights at Filth. This week, the music progressed increasingly further from the Sex on the Beat regular DJs’ dirty electro house, introducing more accessible ‘standard’ Drum n Bass and House tracks (did I hear Pendulum at Sex on the Beat?!) with guest DJs from Radio1.This didn’t, however, destroy the originality of Sex on the Beat. It merely meant the night transformed and altered as the hours flew by. From electro to house to breaks to drum n bass, there was no stopping the movement. The resident DJs Sam Frasier and Darren (aka Dee Styles), aim to ensure that this diversity and variety is maintained at the Sex on the Beat: “the ethos of the night is to educate the crowd with a variety of house music that will be pleasing to everyone’s ears…we aim to cater for everyone’s musical tastes.”But the wonderful thing about Sex on the Beat isn’t just the beat…it’s the crowd. Wednesday saw a mix of Oxford and Brookes students all together for the same purpose: ‘raving’ the night away. Glow bands were given out on the door and with the usual array of funky outfits, a bit of glow paint (demonstrating the growing ‘nu rah-ve’ culture) and a few pairs of sunglasses here and there, it was a colourful eclectic picture of clubbers. Last Wednesday certainly demonstrated this and it ensured that Sex on the Beat will be a dominant feature of student clubbing from now on. Unlike normal student club nights, there’s no need to start queuing at some un-godly hour of 8.30pm (did I hear you say Bridge?), because it’s open until the early hours.The next Sex on the Beat will be on Wednesday 13th February: a Valentine’s special on till 5am. Tickets will be available for this night at the Hobgoblin Pub on the Cowley Road, or via Facebook. Watch this space…Sex on the Beat could prove to be the best Beat in Oxford. by Catherine Molony
The home has a renovated kitchen.Mr Torres said location won out in the end, with the family who purchased the house desperate to get into the local school catchment.“It was the school catchment that drew a lot of prospective buyers to the property,” he said.The price was higher than many in the area but Mr Torres said he was witnessing a lot of competition to get into the local market. One of the bedrooms in the Mansfield home.“I think there has been very little stock in terms of houses in Mansfield and surrounding areas,” he said.“What we’ve been seeing is a bit of competition and urgency from buyers trying to get in the market.” REAL ESTATE: 43 Aminya St, MansfieldThis Mansfield home sold for $709,980 – except it’s missing one thing.Place Coorparoo lead agent Will Torres said the price the house fetched was unusual because the house did not have a back door.“It is a little bit unusual in terms of the local market,” Mr Torres said. “The main concern from buyers was having to go through the front to access the back of the property.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The living space at 43 Aminya St, Mansfield.The two-level home has three bedrooms,a massive laundry, renovated bathroom and kitchens, and undercover parking for four cars.
“This is a proud moment for myself, my family and friends and I am really happy to have signed my second contract with the club,” Adrian said. “I feel really happy for the club and the fans. I never imagined this kind of relationship with the fans. I spent 16 years at Real Betis and it was difficult to leave your home. But from the moment I arrived in London the West Ham fans had a special relationship with me. “For me this is a really good moment and I just want to enjoy it. This is my third season here and I want to stay here for a long time.” West Ham have enjoyed a strong start to the season and currently sit third in the Barclays Premier League table ahead of Saturday’s visit to Sunderland. The club are also set to move into the Olympic Stadium for the start of the 2016/17 campaign and Adrian admits their new home was a factor in his decision. “Next season is really important for the club,” Adrian said. “I have enjoyed playing at Upton Park and I want to enjoy playing in the new stadium. “It is a big step for the club and I am really excited about this moment.” Adrian has committed to remaining in east London until 2017 while the Hammers have the option to extend the Spaniard’s stay by a further two years. The 28-year-old moved to West Ham from Real Betis in June 2013 and has since cemented his place as the club’s first-choice stopper. Press Association West Ham goalkeeper Adrian has signed a new two-year contract with the club.