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በአዲስ አበባ ገርጂ አካባቢ በሚገኘው የኢትዮ ፓረንትስ ት/ቤት የ11ኛ ክፍል ተማሪ የሆነችው ታዳጊ፤ የት/ቤቱን ዩኒት ሊደር አቶ ወንደሰን ተሾመን ሦስት ቦታ በጩቤ በመውጋት ተጠርጥራ በፖሊስ ቁጥጥር ስር ስትውል፣ ተጐጂው በኮርያ ሆስፒታል በህክምና ላይ እንደሚገኙ ምንጮች ጠቆሙ፡፡ ለት/ቤቱ አዲስ ነች የተባለችው ተማሪ ትናንት ከጠዋቱ 5፡30 ላይ ወደ ዩኒት ሊደሩ ቢሮ ለቤተሰብ ስልክ ደውልልኝ በማለት ከገባች በኋላ አደጋውን እንዳደረሰች ታውቋል፡፡ ተማሪዋ አስተማሪውን ለምን በጩቤ እንደወጋች እስካሁን አልታወቀም።
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BBC condemns Ethiopian broadcast jamming

 Category: World Service

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Liliane Landor, acting Director of the BBC World Service Group, has called on the Ethiopian authorities to stop jamming BBC broadcasts in the Middle East and North Africa.

She joined directors from Deutsche Welle, France 24, and the US Broadcasting Board of Directors which oversees the Voice of America, in condemning the flagrant violation of the clearly established international procedures on operating satellite equipment.

Liliane Landor said: “The BBC calls upon the Ethiopian authorities to end this interference. They are disrupting international news broadcasts for no apparent reason. This is a deliberate act of vandalism that tarnishes their reputation.”

During the past week, BBC television and radio broadcasts on the Arabsat satellites have been affected by intentional uplink interference. Many international television broadcasts, including those from France 24 and Deutsche Welle, have been badly affected.

The satellite operator Arabsat has reported that the interference has come from within Ethiopia. The interference is intensive and affects services on all three Arabsat satellites. Unlike previous instances of intentional interference, these events do not appear to be linked to any particular content or channel on these satellites.

The interference is contrary to the international regulations that govern the use of radio frequency transmissions and the operation of satellite systems, and inhibits the ability of individuals to freely access media according to Article 19 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights.

Source: BBC