•   
  •   

Entertainment Media: Again Norwegian journalist arrested in Qatar

14:15  29 november  2021
14:15  29 november  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Hamilton dons rainbow helmet after criticising Qatar on human rights

  Hamilton dons rainbow helmet after criticising Qatar on human rights The Mercedes driver will continue his quest for the world title against rival Max Verstappen this weekend but has been keen to make a stand on equality in Qatar ahead of its first Grand Prix.The Mercedes driver will continue his quest for the world title against rival Max Verstappen in the middle east this weekend but has been keen to make a stand on equality in Qatar as it prepares to host its first Grand Prix.

In Qatar, a Norwegian reporter was repeatedly arrested, which researches the Football World Cup in the desert state. As the journalist Havard Melnaes confirmed against the newspaper Verdens Gang, the police detained him after a speech with another man on Thursday for 24 hours. The 48-year-old is still located in Qatar, where he is traveling for the magazine Josimar.

Das norwegische Nationalteam äußerte ebenfalls Kritik © Jorge Guerrero The Norwegian national team also expressed criticism

Melnaes reported, he had observed a man as this two young hotel workers scurried and put them to talk. It followed said word of words, according to which his counterparty called the police. "Half a minute later, I sat in handcuffs in a police car," Melnaes said.

he had been treated well, reported the reporter. He was allowed to keep his equipment and continue to pursue on the spot. An indictment was not collected against him.

Already last week, the arrest of two Norwegian television journalists in Doha worldwide had caused headlines worldwide. They had been held 32 hours and are now back in the home.

Norway ordered the Catal Ambassador in response to the incident, Premier Jonas Gahr Store called the arrest as "unacceptable". Background, reports should have been about the World Cup.

Macron thanks Qatar for Afghan evacuations .
French President Emmanuel Macron, on a visit to the Gulf, expressed appreciation to Qatar on Saturday for helping to organise the latest evacuation to France of more than 250 threatened Afghans. The ministry said that since September 10, 110 French nationals and their dependents as well as 396 Afghans have been evacuated on 10 flights organised by Qatar. "We are going to continue," Macron said.Around half of the 124,000 Westerners and Western-allied Afghans flown out of Afghanistan in the waning days of the US-led military involvement in Afghanistan transited through Qatar.

usr: 13
This is interesting!