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In South Sudan, journalists are being killed with impunity

In South Sudan, journalists are being killed with impunity

"It is clear that past investigations into killings of journalists have not yielded any fruitful results. We therefore appeal to the authorities concerned to include representatives of journalists unions, editors and media associations in any committee formed to investigate any incidence involving journalists."

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Twelve days on, South Sudanese journalist still in detention

On July 16, 2016, agents of the National Security Service arrested Alfred Taban, Editor-in-Chief of Juba Monitor, an independent English language daily newspaper in South Sudan. The security service accused the journalist of inciting violence, and consequently shutdown the Juba Monitor on the same day.

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