Peace radio employees put under house arrest

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April 9, 2008 15:15

Police has placed seven employees of a pro-peace radio station based in the West Bank under house arrest. Police alleged that RAM-FM is broadcasting without a license. Earlier this week, police raided the station's Jerusalem office and seized its transmission equipment. Seven employees were also detained overnight before they were freed on bail. RAM-FM maintains it operates legally because it has a Palestinian broadcast license.


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