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First US-Africa summit short on press freedom, other human rights

July 31, 2014 5:30 PM ET

Top African and U.S. leaders are meeting next week in Washington in a first-of-its-kind summit focused on African development. But critics argue the summit is flawed in design, overlooking human rights such as freedom of expression and barring civil society actors from bilateral discussions....

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Obama tells Africa forum 'no reason' for press restriction

August 6, 2010 4:22 PM ET

One out of 10 delegates participating this week in U.S. President Barack Obama's Young African Leaders Forum was a journalist. The forum, a U.S. initiative meant to spark discussions on the future of Africa in a year when 17 countries on the continent are celebrating 50 years of nationhood, did not overlook freedom of...

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In Republic of Congo, another mysterious fire

May 14, 2009 2:08 PM ET

A mysterious fire in Republic of Congo this week destroyed property belonging to President Denis Sassou Nguesso. The origin of the fire was not officially determined, recalling a similar murky blaze in January, which led to the death of journalist Bruno Ossébi....

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Ossébi's byline missing as sensitive case moves forward

May 7, 2009 10:06 AM ET

A French judge on Tuesday authorized an anti-corruption group to pursue a complaint that questions how the leaders of three oil-rich, central African nations amassed their personal assets. One byline was absent in news media coverage: Bruno Ossébi, an online Congolese columnist and one of the few local journalists who...

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Congolese government reacts to CPJ report

April 27, 2009 5:47 PM ET

The government of the Republic of Congo reacted over the weekend to last week's CPJ special report looking into the unsolved death of Franco-Congolese online journalist Bruno Jacquet Ossébi. We welcome the government's interest in the case and take note that an official spokesman did not dispute our findings. ...

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