In South Sudan, two journalists detained in Wau

From Committee to Protect Journalists - Africa Fri Jan 4 2013, 16:28:00

Nairobi, June 4, 2012--Authorities in South Sudan have been holding two state broadcast journalists without charge since Tuesday, according to local journalists and media reports. The journalists were picked up in a sweep of arrests following protests and ethnic clashes last month in the northwestern town of Wau in Western...

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