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Cameroon Media Regulators Demand End to Hate Language Before Poll

Media in Cameroon have accused the country's National Communication Council (NCC) of censorship ahead of October’s presidential election after it issued a stern warning accusing the media of propagating hate language that can deepen fighting in the central African state. One supposed offenders - Amplitude FM, a radio station in Cameroon's capital Yaounde, which told potential voters to be ready for carnage that will spread all over the central African state should its president,...

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