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World Press Freedom Day: RSF reveals mixed rankings in Africa - Eye on Africa


In tonight's edition: Human Rights Watch accuses Russian private security forces invited into Central African Republic of killing civilians. We speak to the daughter of Rwandan opposition figure Paul Rusesabagina. The 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's family has filed a $400 million lawsuit against Kigali over alledged kidnapping and torture. And our reporters look into the mixed Press Freedom rankings for Africa.

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