Reporting: an increasingly mined terrain for the eyes and ears of the world

Armed groups, state censorship and the paper crisis hinder the work of special envoys

Journalists cover a 2011 Libyan government bombing.REUTERS

Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2021 – 02:26

Analysis Intensive care for foreign reporters Laya asks Burkina Faso to “investigate” the murder of the two Spanish journalists and not go “unpunished”

Sam Mendick, a reporter for the Associated Press agency, had the misfortune to have to give a story that no one wants to give. Two Spanish journalists and an Irish activist had been killed in southern Burkina Faso. His account from the capital, Ouagadougou, with the elements he had on hand at the time, already included witness testimony, government statements and a small contribution from an expert analyst in the area. Mendick rolled his eyes where David Beriin’s gaze faded and

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