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At least 28 radio journalists in jail, 18 killed since start of 2012

Reporters without borders
On World Radio Day today, Reporters Without Borders regrets that at least 28 radio journalists are currently imprisoned and that 18 have been killed in the past 13 months, since the start of January 2012. “We express our support for the 28 radio journalists currently in prison, including Mam Sonando in Cambodia, Hassan Ruvakuki in Burundi and Nestor Pasquini in Argentina, and our thoughts are with embattled radio stations that are targeted by the enemies of freedom of information, such as (...)

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