2 July 1996


Journalist Serge Daniel expelled

Source: Reuters

On 2 July 1996, Radio France International correspondent Serge
Daniel was expelled from Guinea and put on a plane for the Ivory
Coast. Daniel, a Benin national, later stated that authorities
had arrested him on 1 July but had given no formal reason for his

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