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Suspended jail terms for journalists in Niger who published report on corruption

By assistante Afrique
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NewsReporters Without Borders (RSF) is appalled by the suspended prison sentences passed yesterday on two Nigerien journalists who published an international report about drug trafficking and corruption in Niger. These totally unjustified sentences send a shocking signal about the state of justice and the fight against corruption in this country, RSF says.In a terrible start to the year for journalists in Niger, L'Événement news website editor Moussa Aksar was given a two-month suspended jail sentence and freelance reporter


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