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Closure of Newspapers in Khartoum Hinders the Freedom of Expression

Different Tactics, Same Goal: Closure of Newspapers in Khartoum Hinders the Freedom of Expression, a joint report by the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies and Journalists for Human Rights Contact: Osman Hummaida, Executive Director of the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS) Phone: +44 7956095738 E-mail: …

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Sudan- Blue Nile Civilians at Risk, Peace Prospects Diminishing

(3 September 2011) On the 28th and 29th of August, the Sudanese ruling National Congress Party (NCP) moved significant military forces – comprised of Popular Defense Forces (PDF), national security, and Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF)  – with  heavy military equipment intoBlue Nile state. Blue Nile state is one of the contentious “three areas” claimed by both the Sudan …

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Youth Mass Protests Spark 113 Arrests and One Death

Contact: Osman Hummaida, Executive Director Phone: +44 7956 095738 E-mail: osman@acjps.org   (1 February 2011) Demonstrations organised by the “Youth of 30 January for Change Alliance”, a coalition of members of student movements such as Girifna, Nahoa  Alshari, and Aid ala Aid and supported by the National Consensus Forces, a …

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Sudanese Government Continues to Repress the Freedom of Expression

(29 September 2011)  On 27 September 2011, officials from the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) raided the Aljareeda newspaper offices in Khartoum.  After ordering all employees to leave the premises, NISS officers posted guards at the main gates and locked the doors.  Chief Editor Mr. Saad Aldeen Ibrahim and …

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