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Sudan - Intelligence services guilty of newspaper censorship and torture of journalists

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Read in Arabic (بالعربية) In the early hours yesterday, agents of Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) seized the print run of the newspaper Alwan without lawful reason. The copies were returned later that day but the newspaper was not available on newsstands since the distributors were no longer operating when the circulation manager was given verbal permission to publish. A week earlier, a Sudanese journalist living in Egypt was arrested in Khartoum, where she had gone to (...)

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