Reporters Without Borders
24 January 2013
Intelligence service seizes Arab-language daily in latest act of censorship
Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the seizure of the Arabic-language newspaper Al-Sudani by Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), the latest act of media censorship in Sudan.
Fourteen thousand copies of the pro-government daily were seized two days ago, without any reason being given. The newspaper, once independent and critical of (...)
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