Newspapers seized again in Sudan
The Sudanese Journalists Network has condemned the confiscation of the print runs of four newspapers by Sudanese security services on Wednesday. No reasons were given for the seizures.
Adel Ibrahim Kaller, member of the Sudanese Journalists Network told Dabanga that Al-Intibaha, Al Tayar, Al Sudani, and Al Migher Al-Siyasi were seized just two days after the confiscation of 14 political newspapers and social magazines.
“This new confiscation of a mainstream newspaper for a third day is the last execution of the Sudanese press. This is a major setback unprecedented in the history of the Sudanese press.
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