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Sudan - A newspaper closed, others suspended or seized, journalists physically attacked

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders is very worried by the renewed crackdown on independent media and government critics in September. One newspaper was closed, several were suspended and two journalists were physically attacked. The authorities expressed their intransigence with newspapers that cover events in South Kordofan state, Blue Nile state and in relation with the Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (an armed opposition group). “When the president talked of freeing all the imprisoned (...)

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