NUSOJ Calls for the Release of the Somali Journalist held for interviewing a Woman who said that She Was raped

Human Rights

Té / 1 February 2013

The National Union of Somali Journalists are concerned the arrest of the Somali journalist held without charges for the 20th day for interviewing a woman who said that she was raped members of the members of the security services and raised concerns about the possible impact the trail could have the freedom of expression and freedom of the press and call for his immediate release.


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