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Journalist recounts ordeal after being reported dead for a month

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that Radio Be Oko journalist Elisabeth Blanche Olofio was not, as previously reported, killed when (...)

Published on 27 February 2013 Read

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Press Freedom Day pardon from president for jailed newspaper editor

President François Bozizé marked World Press Freedom Day yesterday by pardoning and releasing Ferdinand Samba, the editor of the daily Le (...)

Published on 27 January 2012 Read

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Judge fines and releases two detained journalists

Reporters Without Borders hails today’s decision by Bangui judge Jules Gaveaux to release news media editors Faustin Bambou and Emmanuel Cyrus (...)

Published on 11 July 2011 Read

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Editor accused of “inciting violence and hatred” for writing about embezzlement

Reporters Without Borders condemns newspaper editor Faustin Bambou’s arrest on charges of “inciting violence and hatred” in a series of articles (...)

Published on 8 June 2011 Read

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EU urged to adopt specific measures to protect refugee journalists

As this year’s World Refugee Day approaches, Reporters Without Borders calls on the international community to adopt specific measures to protect (...)

Published on 19 June 2008 Read

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Editor freed after getting presidential pardon

Reporters Without Borders hails Faustin Bambou’s release on 23 February following an announcement on the national radio station that he had been (...)

Published on 25 February 2008 Read

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Publishers leader given two-month prison sentence

Reporters Without Borders condemned the two-month jail sentence imposed today on Michel Alkhaly-Ngady, head of the independent publishers (...)

Published on 2 April 2007 Read

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Let’s dream a little ! Letter to Jacques Chirac

To stoke the dying fires of his presidential term, Jacques Chirac is receiving most of Africa’s heads of state for the 24th France-Africa summit (...)

Published on 14 February 2007 Read

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