Saturday, February 18, 2012

Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s war on journalists



Rwandan journalists Saidati Mukakabibi, left, and Agnes
Uwimana, right, have now served the first of 7 and 17 years in
prison, respectively, since being sentenced in February last year, for
inciting civil disobedience, defaming Rwandan President Paul Kagame,
and "genocide ideology," a.k.a., disagreeing with the official,
Constitutionally codified history of the Rwanda Genocide. They are
only two of many Rwandan journalists targeted by the Kagame regime.

To read the full story, click: Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s war on journalists.

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