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The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) condemns the arbitrary arrests, torture and detention incommunicado of journalists in Uganda, and has called on the authorities to ensure the safety of journalists in the course of their duty, following the attacks and arrests meted last Monday 20 august to journalists covering the protests requesting the release of the pop singer and lawmaker Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine, and his four colleagues allegedly arrested, tortured and detained since last week.

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) has strongly condemned the killing of three Russian veteran investigative reporters in the Central Africa Republic (CAR), and called on the CAR Authorities and the Mission of United Nations in CAR (MINUSCA) to investigate and bring the culprits to book.

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) lauds the theme of the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day in Ghana, and calls on Governments and the Judiciary to put an end to the impunity for crimes committed against journalists in their work.

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) extends a happy Africa Day message to all affiliates, to Africans and to the Friends of Africa on this Africa Day; and calls on journalists and the media to play their part in the transformation of Africa.

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) has today announced the mourning of two journalists Tyron Brown and Abdullai Kamara who died respectively last Monday 16 April and Tuesday 17 April.