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Media freedom on hold in South Sudan because of civil war

The anniversary, on 9 July, was a sad one. Despite all the obstacles, South Sudan had initially seemed to embody a new hope of stability and (...)

Published on 11 July 2014 Read

South Sudan

Two Ugandan journalists and local fixer freed after four days

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that two visiting Ugandan journalists, Hillary Ayesiga and Justine Dralaze, and their South (...)

Published on 31 July 2013 Read

South Sudan

Opinion writer gunned down outside Juba home

Reporters Without Borders is deeply saddened to learn that Diing Chan Awuol, a leading columnist and critic of South Sudan’s government, was (...)

Published on 6 December 2012 Read

South Sudan

Report – “World’s youngest country yet to embark on road to civil liberties”

Read in arabic / بالعربية Reporters Without Borders is today releasing a report – in English, French and Arabic – on the state of freedom of information (...)

Published on 3 July 2012 Read

South Sudan

Two Destiny journalists released after two weeks

Ngor Aguot Garang, the editor of the Juba-based English-language daily Destiny, and Dengdit Ayok, one of his reporters, were released from Juba’s (...)

Published on 21 November 2011 Read




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