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South Sudan Security Service Tells Newspaper to Self-Censor, Editor Says

A veteran South Sudanese journalist and editor said Monday he has been ordered by the National Security Service not to publish "opinions from outside" in his newspaper, the Juba Monitor.  Alfred Taban told South Sudan in Focus that the National Security Service (NSS) "...told us that we were taking a lot of opinions from outside and they wanted us to discourage some of these. We agreed, so many of the opinions from outside, we're not going to use...

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