Trial of Moroccan journalists raises fears of repression
CASABLANCA: New hearings took place on Tuesday (Jun 22) in the trials of two dissident journalists in Morocco accused of sexual assault, whose detention rights groups see as evidence of increasing state repression and a push to silence dissent.
The two men, Soulimane Raisouni and Omar Radi, who both deny the accusations against them, have spent a year in pre-trial detention and Raisouni has been on hunger strike for over two months, raising concerns about his health.……
Crime Government News International
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