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Guinea Bissau - News blackout and military censorship follow coup

Reporters without borders
Last week's coup in Guinea-Bissau, in which Prime Minister Carlos Gomez Junior and Interim President Raimundo Pereira were arrested, has been followed by grave violations of the right to information, including threats to journalists, a news blackout and media censorship. We urge the new military government to restore the media's right to report news freely. “The 12 April military coup has led to serious restrictions on the freedom to report news and information, although this is vital at (...)

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