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Mali - Dim prospects for media freedom in north after French journalists' murder

Reporters without borders
The murder of Radio France Internationale journalists Gislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon on the outskirts of Kidal, a town in the Ifoghas massif, on 2 November has highlighted the extent of the threats to freedom of information in this part of northern Mali. Their double murder follows a decline in security in the far north of the country, which – despite France's Operation Serval and the deployment of a UN peacekeeping mission, MINUSMA – has still not been brought under the Malian (...)

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