Houthi Rebels stormed the HQ of several TV channels in Sana'a and blocked many news websites

Houthi Rebels stormed the HQ of several TV channels in Sana'a and blocked many news websites

The Houthi militia stormed on Thursday the headquarters of most Yemeni TV channels in Sanaa and looted its equipment as well as blocked many news websites, in an unprecedented campaign against the local media in Yemen.

Yemen: Houthi rebels threatens to shut down opposing media condemns them

Yemen: Houthi rebels threatens to shut down opposing media condemns them

Yemeni Houthi rebels threatened that it would take (deterrent and strict measures) against media that are contrary to the rebellious tendencies and oppose its policies.…

FF strongly condemns the murder of journalist Abdulkarim al-Khaiwani

FF strongly condemns the murder of journalist Abdulkarim al-Khaiwani

Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development strongly condemned the assassination of prominent journalist Abdul Karim Mohammed al-Khaiwani (50 years) by unidentified gunmen in Sanaa on Wednesday, March 18 / 2015.Freedom Foundation informed from many sources that…

Houthi Militias loots equipment and printing machines of Al-Shomo’ Press Corop. after a month of storming its HQ in Sanaa and committed many attacks on media freedom

Houthi Militias loots equipment and printing machines of Al-Shomo’ Press Corop. after a month of storming its HQ in Sanaa and committed many attacks on media freedom

Houthi militias looted printing machines, equipment, cash amounts and row materials of the private Al-Shomo’ publishing corporation in Sana’a, which publishing many daily and weekly newspapers. This incident comes after a month of storing the Head Quarters of the Al-Shomo’ corp. in Yemeni capital Sana’a and a series of Houthi attacks on media and journalists during the past month.

25 Attacks on Journalists on Sunday & Monday out of 49 Violation Since 1st January

25 Attacks on Journalists on Sunday & Monday out of 49 Violation Since 1st January

Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development in Yemen documented 25 attacks on journalists during Sunday and Monday (25 and 26 January 2015) in the capital Sana’a, out of the total 49 violation cases…

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Yemen: Houthi Rebels stormed the HQ of several TV channels in Sana'a and blocked many news websites

Sana’a (March 26, 2015):

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The Houthi militia stormed on Thursday the headquarters of most Yemeni TV channels in Sanaa and looted its equipment as well as blocked many news websites, in an unprecedented campaign against the local media in Yemen.
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Yemen: Houthi rebels threatens to shut down opposing media condemns them

Sanaa (Thursday, March 26, 2015):

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Yemeni Houthi rebels threatened that it would take (deterrent and strict measures) against media that are contrary to the rebellious tendencies and oppose its policies.

 It said in a statement released by the Houthi-run ministry of information, late on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, "that these measures may amount to the closure of any media outlet is working to stir up unrest."

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Freedom Foundation strongly condemns the murder of journalist Abdulkarim al-Khaiwani

Sanaa (Wednesday, 18 March, 2015):  

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Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development strongly condemned the assassination of prominent journalist Abdul Karim Mohammed al-Khaiwani (50 years) by unidentified gunmen in Sanaa on Wednesday, March 18 / 2015.

Freedom Foundation informed from many sources that unidentified gunmen riding a motorcycle fired live bullets at the journalist Al-Khaiwani and shot him dead next to his residential neighborhood in capital Sanaa.

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Houthi Militias loots equipment and printing machines of Al-Shomo’ Press Corop. after a month of storming its HQ in Sanaa and committed many attacks on media freedom

Sana’a, Friday 06 March 2015:

 

alshomoaaHouthi militias looted printing machines, equipment, cash amounts and row materials of the private Al-Shomo’ publishing corporation in Sana’a, which publishing many daily and weekly newspapers. This incident comes after a month of storing the Head Quarters of the Al-Shomo’ corp. in Yemeni capital Sana’a and a series of Houthi attacks on media and journalists during the past month.

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Yemen: Freedom Foundation documented 25 Attacks on Journalists on Sunday & Monday out of 49 Violation Cases Since First January

Sana’a (Tuesday, 27/01/2015):

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Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development in Yemen documented 25 attacks on journalists during Sunday and Monday (25 and 26 January 2015) in the capital Sana’a, out of the total 49 violation cases monitored by Freedom Foundation since the beginning of the current January, and which were committed mostly by Houthi gunmen.

Freedom Foundation pointed out that Sunday and Monday were the most aggressive in violating the media freedom in the capital Sana’a and gloomiest in dealing with journalists and photographers for various local and international media outlets.

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Freedom Foundation documents 359 Violation Cases in 2014 against Journalists And Media Outlets In Yemen
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Sana'a (Sunday, January 11th 2015):

Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development in Yemen monitored and documented 359 violation cases against journalists and media outlets in Yemen during 2014, which were distributed on 11 violation types and committed by 8 parties, in which armed groups were at the forefront of them.

Freedom Foundation clarified that violations on journalists and media outlets have increased and worsened during 2014 in terms of numbers, types and danger compared to the violations of the previous year-2013, which reveals that media freedom in Yemen is “Facing Imminent Risk” in the current time. 

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Freedom Foundation Condemns Murder of Al-Masira TV correspondent Al-Washali, Abducting female TV anchor Dalia Dael and Violations on Journalists In Sana’a

Sana’a (Tuesday, January 6th 2015(:

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Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development condemned the murder of Al-Masirah TVcorrespondent, Khaled Al-Washaly in Dhamar province, while he was covering the dismantle of an explosive device planted by Al-Qaeda members near a school in Dhamar province.

 

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Freedom Foundation Concludes TOT Training Course On Security and Safety of Journalists

Sana’a (December 18th 2014):

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A Training of Trainers (TOT) course in the field of security and safety of journalists was concluded on Wednesday evening Dec.17th in Sana’a, conducted by Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development in cooperation with the International Media Support (IMS), which targeted 10 trainees with various background and experiences in this field.

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Freedom Foundation Announces 3rd (Media Observatory) Report On Violations By Yemeni Media In November 2014

Sana’a (December 16th 2014):

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Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development issued the third report of (Media Observatory) project for media’s violations during November 2014, which revealed violations committed by various media outlets to varying levels.

 

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Freedom Foundation Expresses Its Deep Concern on Journalists’ Safety In Yemen After Killing US Journalist, Somers

Sana’a (December 07, 2014):

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Freedom Foundation for media freedom, rights and development expressed its concern for the journalists’ safety in Yemen, following the brutal murder of the American photojournalist Luke Somers, on Saturday December 6th 2014 in southern Shabwa province of Yemen.
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