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How Big Tech chickenized and captured the arts

Asiatimes 25 Nov 2022
And so on, through radio, live music, artists’ agents, ... Big Tech’s billions can make sure that regulations are made in their favor – US radio not having to pay royalties for the music they play, for example (an arrangement the US shares only with Rwanda, Iran and North Korea).
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The Madness by Fergal Keane and Breaking: Trauma in the Newsroom: reporters’ war stories

The Irish Times 12 Nov 2022
Brian Rowan on two books that provide valuable, if disturbing, insight into news coverage ... File photograph. Liam McBurney/The Irish Times Brian Rowan. Sat Nov 12 2022 - 05.00. The Madness ... Author ... Listening to him on the radio. Reports from Belfast, South Africa, Sudan, Somalia, Rwanda, Iraq, Ukraine and from the numerous other hells on earth ... .
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How The Nazis Used Language To Pave The Way For The Holocaust

IFL Science 09 Nov 2022
These spanned from November 1927 to April 1945, totaling over 57,000 words ... The Nazis were master propagandists who utilized the new technologies of film and radio for their evil ends ... Prior to the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, for example, the Hutu majority would frequently refer to the Tutsi minority as “cockroaches” in their radio broadcasts.  ... .
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Burundian journalist Floriane Irangabiye detained for over two months without formal charge

CPJ 04 Nov 2022
Irangabiye is a commentator and debate program host on Radio Igicaniro, a Rwanda-based outlet that publishes critical commentary and debate on Burundian politics and culture, according to Radio Igicaniro editor Arsène Bitabuzi, who spoke to CPJ via messaging app, a report on ...
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UK govt under fire for ‘wretched’ migrant center conditions

Metro USA 31 Oct 2022
The government, rather than doing the hard yards and the hard graft of sorting out the backlog, is chasing headlines with things like the Rwanda plan, which is simply unworkable, unethical, and unaffordable,” he told Times Radio.
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UK govt under fire for 'wretched' migrant centre conditionsChief Inspector of Borders David Neal, who ...

Deccan Herald 31 Oct 2022
The government, rather than doing the hard yards and the hard graft of sorting out the backlog, is chasing headlines with things like the Rwanda plan, which is simply unworkable, unethical, and unaffordable,” he told Times Radio ... Top News of the Day Tune in to DH Radio DH Video ...
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UK govt under fire for 'wretched' migrant center conditions

The Lawton Constitution 31 Oct 2022
The government, rather than doing the hard yards and the hard graft of sorting out the backlog, is chasing headlines with things like the Rwanda plan, which is simply unworkable, unethical, and unaffordable,” he told Times Radio.
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UK gov't under fire for ‘wretched’ migrant center conditions

Jamaica Observer 31 Oct 2022
The government, rather than doing the hard yards and the hard graft of sorting out the backlog, is chasing headlines with things like the Rwanda plan, which is simply unworkable, unethical, and unaffordable,” he told Times Radio.
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During the 1994 Rwandan genocide, hate radio played a huge part in getting

Democratic Underground 30 Oct 2022
In June 1993 a new radio station called Radio-Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLMC) began broadcasting in Rwanda ... It was set up and financed by Hutu extremists to prepare the people of Rwanda for genocide by demonising the Tutsi and encouraging hate and violence ... In the US we not only have hate radio, but lots of hate on social media.
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Fury as Gary Lineker calls remarks about Rwanda by ex-Home Secretary Suella Braverman 'pretty abhorrent' ...

The Daily Mail 19 Oct 2022
Gary Lineker was today slammed as a 'law unto himself' after he described remarks about Rwanda by Home Secretary Suella Braverman as 'pretty abhorrent' ... In a radio interview, recorded before last week's ruling on his Russian donor tweet, former England star Lineker, 61, said he was prepared to 'speak out' on humanitarian issues.
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Russia’s genocidal propaganda must not be passed off as freedom of speech

The Observer 16 Oct 2022
After the 1994 Rwandan genocide, presenters on Radio Mille Collines were found guilty of various crimes, including incitement to genocide ... Meanwhile, the presenters on the radio in Rwanda could be very specific in guiding violent actions.
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Waiting for Witnesses At Kabuga's Trial

All Africa 06 Oct 2022
Hague -- Nearly 30 years after some 800,000 civilians were murdered in an ...
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Trial of 87-year-old Rwanda genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga opens at The Hague

Egypt Independent 01 Oct 2022
London CNN — The trial of one of the last fugitives accused of broadcasting hateful propaganda and arming militias in the 1994 Rwanda genocide has opened at a United Nations court in The Hague ... He said the case reflects Kabuga’s “individual responsibility for serious crimes committed during the 1994 Rwanda genocide.”.
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UN starts genocide trial of Rwandan tycoon as he boycotts hearing from his cell

Irish Independent 30 Sep 2022
Rather, he supplied weapons in bulk and facilitated the training that prepared the Interahamwe (Hutu militias) to use them,” UN prosecutor Rashid Rashid said in his opening statement.Mr Rashid said Kabuga had founded a radio station that “broadcast genocidal propaganda across Rwanda”.
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Russia’s ‘four new regions’, hurricane havoc, and Tigray 2.0: The Cheat Sheet

The New Humanitarian 30 Sep 2022
Rwanda genocide trial for former radio station owner. An 87-year-old accused of helping fund and promote the 1994 genocide in Rwanda has been put on trial in the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague ... his broadcasting business, Radio Télévision Libre des Milles Collines.

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