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Sudanese journalist held without charge in Saudi Arabia, fears extradition

Reporters Without Borders has learned that Walid Eldoud Elmakki Elhussein, a Sudanese journalist resident in Saudi Arabia since 2000, has been (...)

Published on 8 September 2015 Read


Spectacular wave of censorship in Khartoum

Sudan is undergoing a disturbing wave of censorship, with the confiscation of a total of 19 newspaper issues in the past three days. The seizures (...)

Published on 19 February 2015 Read


A journalist from Al-Midan newspaper in government’s sights again

Reporters Without Borders is very alarmed that Madeeha Abdella, editor-in-chief of the Sudan Communist Party newspaper Al-Midan, is facing a (...)

Published on 21 January 2015 Read


Intelligence agency arrests leading Sudanese journalist

The reason for Al-Hayat correspondent Al-Nur Ahmad Al-Nur’s detention is not known Al-Nur Ahmad Al-Nur, a leading Sudanese journalist who is the (...)

Published on 24 October 2014 Read


Two journalists arrested, held in unknown location

Their arrests coincide with yet another seizure of a newspaper issue Two journalists – Abdelrahman Alaagib of the daily newspaper Al-Youm Al-Tali (...)

Published on 24 September 2014 Read


Hackers attack website that covers Sudan’s war-torn regions

The website is concerned for its correspondents after the DDoS attack Nuba Reports, a news website specializing in covering the Sudanese (...)

Published on 19 September 2014 Read


Sudanese authorities urged not to introduce “censorship bureau”

Reporters Without Borders urges the Sudanese authorities not to carry out a newly announced plan for prior censorship of the print media. (...)

Published on 23 May 2014 Read


Concern about Sudanese authorities’ tougher line on news media

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed by the authorities’ increasingly repressive attitude to the media, in which the latest development has been (...)

Published on 22 May 2014 Read

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