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Radio Stations in Congo Cut for Fourth Day, Drawing US Criticism

Two of the most popular radio stations in Democratic Republic of Congo were jammed on Tuesday for the fourth day in a row, drawing criticism of the government from the United States and opposition groups. Radio France Internationale (RFI) and the U.N.-funded Radio Okapi have been unavailable since the morning of November 5, hours before a banned protest against President Joseph Kabila's plan to stay in power beyond the end of his mandate this year. According to the Central African...

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