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First worrying signs for press freedom in Guinea since last month’s coup

By assistante Afrique
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NewsWhat with an army raid on a media outlet and privately-owned TV channels prevented from covering “national coordination” meetings, some media have had problems reporting the news since last month’s coup d’état in Guinea. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) urges the transitional authorities not to obstruct journalists’ work.“Even if journalists were not physically injured, they were all affected psychologically,” a journalist said after members of the Guinean military’s special forces

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