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Djibouti - Two radio reporters freed conditionally after being held for four days and tortured

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La Voix de Djibouti correspondents Farah Abadid Hildid and Houssein Robleh Dabar were released provisionally at 8 p.m. yesterday after being held by the gendarmerie for four days, during which time they were both reportedly tortured. Before being freed, they were questioned by state prosecutor Maki Omar Abdoulkader and prosecutor general Djama Souleiman Ali in turn. They were then taken before an investigating judge at the supreme court, where they were charged with encouraging an illegal (...)

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