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Madagascar - A return to previous levels of censorship feared

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Two newspaper journalists have been held on defamation charges since yesterday for publishing a reader's letter accusing government ministers of involvement in the trafficking of rosewood. Their arrest comes just weeks after a disturbing comments about media freedom by the president. The journalists are Jean-Luc Rahaga, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Madagascar Matin daily newspaper, and Didier Randriambinintsoa, one of his editors, who uses the names of Solo Rabefiringa and Didier (...)

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