Censored Book of Convicted Angolan Journalist Posted Online

The trial of Angolan journalist and human rights advocate Rafael Marques de Morais, convicted in May for seeking an investigation of serious human rights abuses, was marred by "significant irregularities", according to the American Bar Association Center for Human Rights. In response to the conviction. the human rights group Reporters Without Borders has facilitated access to the book he wrote that is censored in his country as a result of the trial. The book was made available online in PDF versions by the publisher in English and Portuguese.

Angolan journalist and human rights advocate Rafael Marques de Morais.

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