Lina Myte Pascal

Journaliste - Weekly

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Lina Myte Pascal is a senior journalist at Weekly magazine. She started her career as a travel writer in Europe, then wrote for Le Défi Media Group before joining La Sentinelle. Lina forms part of the team that developed and launched Weekly. She holds a BSc in journalism and media production from Linnaeus University in Sweden and has studied languages, political science and economics at institutions in France, Spain, and Sweden. Her passions include running in the mountains, taekwondo, and anything that results in an adrenaline rush.

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The allegation that he had supposedly offered former MSM member Vivek Pursun money to harm Showkutally Soodhun politically through a controversial vi

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      Weekly talks to ex-navy officer Maricela Guzman, formerly stationed at Diego Garcia, who was in Mauritius for Lalit’s international conf

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