Equatorial Guinea: No free flow of information
This document examines how possessing a two-years-old Amnesty International document, photocopying a Spanish newspaper article and having an opposition newspaper have led five people to be arrested in the last year in Equatorial guinea. Two are still in prison after an unfair trial in a military court.
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