Silence Is Golden? Depends on Which Side of Rwanda Fence You Sit

Rwanda journalists and other critics of President Paul Kagame's administration are often unable or unwilling to engage in investigative reporting on politically sensitive issues because of intimidation, threats, and prosecutions, according to findings by Human Rights Watch.

Diane Shima Rwigara getting out of the house after the police presents her warrant (file photo).

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