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South Sudan - Reporter gunned down three days after presidential license to kill

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the situation in South Sudan where President Salva Kiir, speaking at a news conference on 16 August, threatened to have journalists murdered if they “work against their country” and where reporter Peter Moi was gunned down outside his office in the capital three days later. Brushing aside criticism of media freedom violations at the press conference, President Kiir said: “Freedom of press does not mean that you work against your country. And if anybody (...)

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