Sudan: Military Intelligence Bars Journalists From Darfur

Khartoum — The Sudanese Journalists Network (SJN) condemns the military for not allowing journalists and correspondents to enter Darfur “under the pretext of the deteriorating security situation in the region”.

The SJN said in a statement yesterday that “this reprehensible step of the Military Intelligence (MI) shows the depth of the crises facing the transitional government”. It stated and that “the freedoms of the Sudanese people are in danger”.

It called the military intervention “a violation…

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