Morocco expels two French reporters for violating rules

By REUTERS
February 16, 2015 16:04

 
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RABAT- Moroccan authorities have expelled two French reporters they said were working without permission, a move criticized by freedom of speech campaigners as part of a pattern of making it tough for journalists to work.

The two reporters, working for Premieres Lignes Agency, were arrested on Sunday as they carried out interviews at the offices of the Moroccan Association of Human Rights (AMDH), the most influential rights group in the North African kingdom.

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