November 9, 2012 (PARIS) - An international press freedom advocacy group, said on Thursday that it has launched investigation over the acts of piracy perpetrated against an independent Eritrean satellite Radio broadcaster, ERINA. The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders in a statement said that it has filed a complaint with the public prosecutor in Paris on 6 November to probe the repeated sabotage that put the station off air for months. “Radio Erena’s programmes can no longer be heard (...)
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