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Director-General urges for investigation into death of radio journalist Garry Tess in Haiti – UNESCO

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Garry Tess, the host of the popular Gran Lakou programme on privately-owned Radio Lébon, had been missing since 18 October. He was also a lawyer.
UNESCO promotes the safety of journalists through global awareness-raising, capacity building and by coordinating the implementation of the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity.
See also: UNESCO observatory of killed journalists
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