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Critical Newspapers Again Run Afoul Of Security Forces

June 13 2012


Authorities in Sudan have suspended an independent newspaper and banned an edition of another, say editors of the paper cited by Reuters.

According to the editor, the newspaper al-Tayar, which is close to Sudan's Islamist movement, was suspended on Monday evening from publication by security agencies until further notice.

Authorities also reportedly confiscated all Tuesday editions of al-Ahram al-Youm newspaper, which published an interview with South Sudan's chief...

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