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On the entrance web page: Bashir Ben Yahmed’s disappearance,

The tribute is unanimous this morning within the press on the continent. Whether or not within the North African or West African press, most newspapers, magazines or information websites greet the reminiscence of Béchir Ben Yahmed, founding father of Jeune Afrique."It was yesterday, Could 3, a day devoted to press freedom, that Béchir Ben Yahmed selected to offer us a false firm," states WalfQuotidien in Dakar. The founding…

Within the highlight: goodbye to Hamed Bakayoko in Côte

Disappeared eight months after his predecessor Amadou Gon Coulibaly, the Ivorian prime minister, was buried on Friday 19 March in Séguéla. It is in his hometown in the northwest Ivory Coast that Hamed Bakayoko's remains after Friday prayers in the mosque will be buried."Goodbye Hambak!" Morning fraternity, government newspaper on the front page, which in an archive photo, Hamed Bakayoko, hands joined, walks on the red carpet…

Samuel Wazizi’s demise in Cameroon, a symbolic case

In reminiscence of our two colleagues from RFI, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon, assassinated on November 2, 2013 in Mali, the UN has set November 2 because the Worldwide Day to Finish Impunity for Crimes Towards Journalists. A theme that's present in a rustic like Cameroon, the place this 12 months was marked by the announcement in June final 12 months of the demise of journalist Samuel Wazizi.…

Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon scholarship winner in 2020

Seven years after the assassination of Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon in Kidal in northern Mali, RFI awarded the scholarship with their names to young Cameroonian journalist Charles Donatien Abossolo Oba and Burkinabe technician Romain Bouda. In an unusual health situation, an unprecedented price reduction. It was by…

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