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A Few Brave Men: Mauritanian Bloggers Who Dared to Challenge the Status Quo

Is freedom of speech dead? Well, it seems so if the unlawful detention of two bloggers in Mauritania is anything to go by. See no evil, hear no evil and most certainly speak no evil appears to be the acceptable standard.

A Few Brave Men: Mauritanian Bloggers Who Dared to Challenge the Status Quo
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