5 December 2012
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SPOTLIGHT Democratic Republic of Congo
Community radio station ransacked by rebels in DR Congo
Committee to Protect Journalists
The offices of Radio Solidarité, a community station in the town of Sake, were ransacked on Friday by rebels belonging to M23, a group of former army officers who have seized towns in the eastern part of the country, according to the station's journalists, the U.N.-backed station Radio Okapi reported. (read more)


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Jail terms for Cameroonian reporters accused of forging signature
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Democratic Republic of Congo
Politician has Congolese journalists jailed over defamation claim
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Journalists and protesters detained, assaulted in Mexico City
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Attacks on critics, media jeopardise constitution process in Fiji
Human Rights Watch


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Protests met with violence from Bahraini forces
Arabic Network for Human Rights Information
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Libya
Libyan freedom of assembly law imposes undue restrictions
Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies
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