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Insulting Rwandan President Attracts 7-year Jail Term: Is Paul Kagame Afraid Of The Media?

Rwanda has introduced a new media law that will see journalists who "insult" the president facing seven-year jail terms.

Insulting Rwandan President Attracts 7-year Jail Term: Is Paul Kagame Afraid Of The Media?
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