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A journalist films at the Constitutional Court in Bangui, Central African Republic, 18 January 2021, during the announcement of the results of the presidential elections, FLORENT VERGNES/AFP via Getty Images

CAR journalist Landry Ulrich Nguéma Ngokpélé detained for defamation

While in police detention, CAR journalist and director of “Le Quotidien de Bangui” newspaper, Landry Ulrich Nguema Ngokpélé’s hotel room is raided and laptops seized.

Two French journalists assaulted and arrested in the Central African Republic

French journalists Florent Vergnes and his AFP colleague Charles Bouessel were kicked, punched and arrested while covering a banned opposition demonstration in Bangui.

Camille Lepage: A profile

Independent French photojournalist Camille Lepage was only 26 years old when she was killed while covering the violence in the Central African Republic. Passionate about human rights and the underreported consequences of international conflicts, Lepage’s work has appeared in prestigious publications including “The New York Times”, “Le Monde” and “The Guardian”.