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Sudan Tribune launches petition for release of journalist

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November 6, 2011 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan Tribune on Sunday released an online petition for the release of its journalist, Ngor Garang who has been detained since Wednesday over an article critcising South Sudan’s president in a newspaper he edits in Juba.

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Sudan Tribune journalist Ngor Garang who was arrested by South Sudan’s security services on Wednesday 2 November. (ST)

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The petition can be found here: Release Sudan Tribune Journalist Ngor Garang

Further coverage:

November 5: Human Rights Watch call for release of Sudan Tribune journalist

November 5: SSHURSA DEMANDS RELEASE OF EDITOR NGOR & HIS DEPUTY DENGDIT AND URGES SECURITY ORGANS TO RESPECT THE CONSTITUTION

November 4: Sudan Tribune journalist arrested in Juba

November 4: Sudan Tribune calls for South Sudan to release journalist

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Kind regards,

The Sudan Tribune editorial team.
  • 7 November 2011 05:28, by Murle Intellectual

    The South Sudan is now heading to its own spring so quickly. My problem is the so called security organs. They don’t think that we can also own guns and shower them with hell of bullets. They have watched the strong man Gaddafi even with his golden pistol. If they want to take us back to war, ok we shall see. My petition is: release all prisoners of opinion, or else we will start a justified revol

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