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Burundi - Authorities poised to move against popular radio station

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders is concerned about the threat of closure hanging over Burundi's most popular radio station, privately-owned Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), because of its coverage of the current political unrest. Burundi's Security Council, a body headed by the president, issued a statement on 16 March accusing RPA and other media of “sowing fear in the population” and calling on the National Communication Council (CNC), of which new bureau members were appointed last week, to take (...)

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