January 16, 2013 (JUBA) – Following a series of attacks, intimidation and threats, comment writers and bloggers in South Sudan say they are operating in a heightened sense of fear.
Speaking a month after a prominent op-ed writer was shot dead by an unknown group after consistently criticising the government, South Sudanese journalists and commentators have spoken to Sudan Tribune about the risks that accompany freedom of expression in the young nation.
“In 2010, I was arrested and detained (...)
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