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Cameroon - Police question respected newspaper editor for six hours

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders is alarmed by newspaper editor Xavier Messe's long interrogation by the Yaoundé judicial police on 29 July, which follows other examples in recent months of a more repressive government approach to journalists in Cameroon. Messe, who edits the Mutations daily and is widely respected for his professionalism, was questioned for more than six hours about an article by one of his journalists describing tension and clashes between two members of President Paul Biya's (...)

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