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South Sudan - Authorities urged to free two journalists and reopen their newspaper

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders condemns the illegal detention of two journalists and calls for their immediate release and the reopening of their newspaper, the Juba-based daily Destiny, which has been closed by the government. They are Ngor Aguot Garang, its editor, who was arrested on 2 November, and Dengdit Ayok, its deputy editor, who was arrested on 5 November. “These arrests highlight the difficulties of working as a journalist in South Sudan and the risks that media personnel run in this (...)

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