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Journalist

Ivorian army

Journalist

Le Courrier d'Abidjan

Journalist

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France defends itself against accusations of excessive force in Ivory Coast

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An Ivorian journalist, Antoine Masse, with a pro-government newspaper, was among those killed during a Nov. 7 confrontation between the Ivorian army, demonstrators and French forces west of Abidjan, media rights groups Reporters Without Borders said Friday.


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An Ivorian journalist, Antoine Masse, was among those killed during a confrontation Sunday involving the Ivorian army, demonstrators and French forces west of Abidjan, according to Reporters Without Borders.


Northwest Herald - Online

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In Ivory Coast, Antoine Masse, a journalist with the pro-government newspaper Le Courrier d'Abidjan, was killed Nov. 7 while covering a confrontation.


November 2004 News Monitor - Prevent Genocide International

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The newspaper reported that journalist Antoine Massé, who was also a literature teacher, was fatally shot as he was covering a demonstration aimed at blocking the eastward advance of the French troops from Man towards Abidjan. A communique released by the Ivorian Defence and Security Forces (FDS) said three soldiers, a policeman, a customs official and three civilians were killed on 7 November when French troops opened fired in the Duékoué "corridor" at Duékoué and Dibobly. An FDS spokesman, Lt. Col. Jules Yao Yao, confirmed to Reporters Without Borders that Massé was one of the civilian victims. A Force Licorne detachment that had left from Man found the road blocked on the morning of 7 November and opened fire in order to clear the way. "The death of a journalist is to be taken seriously," Reporters Without Borders said. "We call on the Force Licorne to conduct an enquiry and publicly explain the circumstances of Antoine Massé's death. The organisation also appealed to journalists to take extra care. "With this level of confusion, a journalist should in particular identify himself clearly. The staff of Le Courrier d'Abidjan said Massé was shot in the head and the heart. Deputy editor William Varlet Asia told Reporters Without Borders that he spoke to Massé by telephone a few hours before he was killed, and had reiterated to him the security precautions he should take.


ABC News: France Defends Ivory Coast Actions

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An Ivorian journalist, Antoine Masse, was among those killed during a confrontation Sunday involving the Ivorian army, demonstrators and French forces west of Abidjan, according to Reporters Without Borders.

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