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Three journalists were "beaten" by presidential bodyguards in an attack at a football match in Sierra Leone which left one of them in hospital, a union said Monday.Two female TV commentators and another reporter were attacked while covering a World Cup qualifier between Sierra Leone and Liberia Sunday in the capital Freetown, the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) said in a statement. The union said that two bodyguards of President Julius Maada Bio -- who attended the match -- were behind the alleged assault.
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