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Journalist who exposed torture, corruption in Angola is still at risk
Daily Nation

Journalist who exposed torture, corruption in Angola is still ...

One of my former students, Rafael Marques de Morais, is currently on trial in Angola. His crime? To write a book that detailed the corruption of Angolan military generals. It is now clear that he is not getting a fair trial in a country that has yet ... Daily Nation, 3 weeks ago
Financial Mail

Rafael Marques' blood diamonds book online

/ PRN Africa / -- Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has decided to publish the Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais' censored book online. According to RSF, the book can be downloaded in English and in Portuguese from the organisation's ...
 Mbendi1 month ago Angola: Blood diamond set-up  Financial Mail1 month ago Transparency International condemns conviction of Rafael Marques de Morais  Transparency International1 month ago Disappointment in Conviction of Rafael Marques  Noodls2 months ago
Biz Community

A vengeful sentence for a 'Blood diamonds' journalist

If the six-month suspended sentence handed down in late May to Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais for criminal defamation was designed to silence the activist, it has had quite the opposite effect. Media houses and human rights groups ...
 The Africa Report2 days ago 'You are a powerful but insecure man' letter to the Angolan president  ACQ Magazine1 week ago AFRICAN MEDIA: Angola: journalist Rafael Marques given a suspended six-month prison sentence  Radio France Internationale1 month ago Philip Pullman, Jimmy Wales, and Steve McQueen join call for Angola to drop charges against investigative journalist  Index on Censorship1 month ago
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Angola: Human Rights Watch urges Angolan authorities to drop charges against Rafael Marques & other activists

Author: Human Rights Watch, Published on: 20 June 2015 Angola: Rights Activists Face Outrageous Trials - End Politically Motivated Prosecutions, Unfair Proceedings, 18 June, 2015 …Angolan authorities should drop politically ...
 Business & Human Rights1 month ago Angola: Rights Activists Face Outrageous Trials  Human Rights Watch1 month ago Rights Activists Face Outrageous Trials - End Politically Motivated Prosecutions, Unfair Proceedings [press release]  Individual.com1 month ago Watchdog Urges Angola to Drop 'Unfair' Trials Against Rights Activists  Sputnik1 month ago
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Daily Maverick

A cry from the heart: Open letter to Angola's President

Rafael Marques, Angola's fearless crusading investigative journalist, has long been a thorn in the side of President José Eduardo dos Santos. In this open letter, Marques explains why he does what he does and what the president can do to start ...
 Daily Maverick1 week ago Angola: A Cry From the Heart - Open Letter to Angola's President  Afropages.fr1 week ago A Cry From the Heart - Open Letter to Angola's President  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Club of Mozambique

Mozambique eyes tourism co-op with Macau

( 2015-06-17 ) Mozambican Consul General Rafael Marques said on Tuesday he would like to see more tourism-related co-operation between his country and Macau. Marques made the comments while speaking to reporters after a press conference at Grand ...
 Club of Mozambique1 month ago Forum needs further promotion in lusophone countries  Macau Daily Times1 month ago Mozambique eyes tourism cooperation with Macau  StarAfrica.com1 month ago

Index Awards 2015: Driving the good fight for change

Rafael Marques de Morais, Safa Al Ahmad, Amran Abdundi, Mouad El Haqed Belghouat and Tamas Bodokuy (Photo: Alex Brenner for Index on Censorship) A Kenyan woman standing up for women's rights in one of the world's most dangerous regions. A ...
 Index on Censorship1 month ago

American Bar Association finds Angola failed to uphold right to fair trial in Rafael Marques case

| Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Skip Content Home ▹ American Bar Association finds Angola failed to uphold right... Author: American Bar Association Centre for Human Rights, Published on: 12 ...
 Business & Human Rights1 month ago Bar association condemns flawed trial  Legalbrief1 month ago Angola: Journalist's Trial Violated International Law, Say American Lawyers  Afropages.fr1 month ago Journalist's Trial Violated International Law, Say American Lawyers  AA Angola1 month ago
ACQ Magazine

Tiffany & Co calls Angola to drop prosecution of Marques de Morais

Diamond retailer Tiffany & Co said Angola should drop the prosecution of Rafael Marques de Morais, an investigative reporter who penned a book that exposed government and trading corruption across the country's diamond industry. He was sentenced ...
 Rough Polished1 month ago Tiffany & Co backs investigative reporter in Angola blood diamonds case  ACQ Magazine1 month ago TIFFANY : backs investigative reporter in Angola blood diamonds case  4 Traders1 month ago

Diamonds are forever, but so are human rights: why conflict minerals matter

Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Earlier this week, Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais stood before a courtroom door in Luanda. He was on trial for public defamation, for seemingly smearing the reputation of military ...
 New Europe1 month ago Creeping silence: Angola  New Europe2 months ago
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