20 August 2012

Sudan: Journalists Union Announces Prisons Are Free of Journalists

The Sudanese prisons are fee of journalists, Chairman of the Sudanese Journalists Union, Dr Mohi-Eddin Titawi announced, stressing that the Union is work for removal of all form of obstacles impeding the press work.

Dr Titawi in a statement to SUNA urged the journalists to stick to spirit of professionalism and the national responsibility in the 5thier work.

In related context the International Federation of Journalists welcomed in a press release issued Monday the release of journalists who were arrested during the recent protests, expressing its support to the Sudanese Journalists Union.

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