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Sudan end newspaper censorship 17, September 2009

Posted by thegulfblog.com in Africa.
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Maybe MEMRI are changing their spots…two interesting stories (and non Middle Eastern/Islam bashing ones at that) in as many days. They report that, bizarrely maturely, newspaper editors in Sudan have come together to say that they will ‘respect’ and ‘act professionally’ towards their country’s institutions. In return, the government have announced that they are ending newspaper censorship. Good for them. Here’s hoping it sticks.

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