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All-out censorship in response to anti-government protests

Reporters Without Borders condemns the news blackout imposed by the authorities since a wave of protests against President Omar Al-Bashir’s (...)

Published on 30 September 2013 Read

Sudan

Security agency seizes three newspaper issues, no explanation given

Reporters Without Borders condemns yesterday’s seizure of the latest issues of three independent dailies – Al-Ayam, Al-Jareeda and Al-Intibaha – by (...)

Published on 20 September 2013 Read

Sudan

Intelligence agency steps up offensive against Khartoum press

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) ordered Al Nour Mohamed Al Nour’s (...)

Published on 5 April 2013 Read

Sudan

Intelligence service seizes Arab-language daily in latest act of censorship

Read in Arabic (بالعربية) Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the seizure of the Arabic-language newspaper Al-Sudani by Sudan’s National (...)

Published on 24 January 2013 Read

Sudan

Woman journalist flees abroad after mistreatment by intelligence agency

Read in Arabic (بالعربية) Reporters Without Borders is deeply relieved to learn that Somaia Ibrahim Ismail, a young woman journalist and activist who (...)

Published on 7 November 2012 Read

Sudan

Thousands ‘choose peace’ on anniversary of South Sudanese independence

Warring parties urged to pull back from the brink as UN resolution deadline looms. Citizens from South Sudan and Sudan have today been joined by (...)

Published on 9 July 2012 Read

Sudan

Court acquits journalist who was hounded by intelligence officers

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that Faisal Mohammed Salih, a freelance journalist who had been harassed by the National (...)

Published on 31 May 2012 Read

Sudan

Two private newspapers closed down since start of the year

The year began in Sudan in the same vein as previous ones, with new censorship moves. Although the country has a diverse media and enjoys some (...)

Published on 17 January 2012 Read

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