Rwanda / 2010

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Censored in Rwanda, editors work from exile

October 18, 2010 5:47 PM ET

Though it has been a dark year for Rwanda's press, it has also been a year of resistance and turning to a new sort of reporting--from exile. Ever since Rwandan authorities began cracking down on the nation's independent press before the presidential elections in August, the space for critical...

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In Rwanda election, no critical domestic press

August 9, 2010 4:17 PM ET

"No one but you!" supporters of President Paul Kagame have shouted at recent election rallies with many waving the red, white, and blue flags that symbolize the ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front party, according to local and international reports. But journalists critical of the ruling party could not document firsthand...

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Rwanda's Kagame tries to link bombs to critical press

March 10, 2010 3:19 PM ET

Journalists in Kigali are on tenterhooks after President Paul Kagame, left, made new accusations of their supposed involvement in a bomb attack in Rwanda. Just months before Rwanda’s presidential elections, Kigali was recently hit by two grenade attacks that killed two people and injured 30 others, according to news...

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