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Tag Archives: Freedom of Expression

UPDATE: 4 newspapers continue to face post-print censorship as Sudanese authorities repeatedly prevent the distribution of their daily print runs

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(3 December 2017) Officials of the National Intelligence and Security Services have continued to subject newspapers to post-print censorship. Since African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies’ last press release on post-print censorship of 6 newspapers, the NISS has continued to prevent the distribution of daily print runs of 4 newspapers …

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Crackdown on media freedoms, May – July 2017

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(14 August 2017) The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS) has documented a surge in restrictions on media freedoms in Sudan between late May and mid July 2017. There is an immediate concern for the safety of three Sudanese online bloggers resident in Saudi Arabia deported to Khartoum …

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Sudan: Human rights defenders detained, face death penalty

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Authorities should release all in arbitrary detention, drop charges To read the full PDF statement, click here. (7 July 2017) – Sudanese authorities have been unjustly holding Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, Hafiz Idris, and Mobarak Adam Abdalla, three human rights defenders, and have charged them with ‘crimes against the state …

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Three activists held incommunicado by Sudanese security in South Darfur

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(15 June 2017) Three activists from Eidel Firsan locality in South Darfur are currently detained incommunicado by the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) without charge or access to their families. A lawyer contracted by the activists’ families has expressed concern for their safety and well-being, and vulnerability to torture …

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