Journalists Detained, Assaulted While Covering Nigeria's Election
The Committee to Protect Journalists has urged Nigerian authorities to investigate and hold accountable those responsible for the detention, harassment, and assault of journalists nationwide during the March 9 gubernatorial and state assembly elections. Journalists say that they were denied access to report on polling stations, forced to delete photographs, and assaulted.
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