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Vol 44 No 10

Published 16th May 2003



The banning of the Khartoum Monitor deprives southerners of a voice in the north at a crucial period in the Machakos talks. On 10 May, the newspaper, run by veteran journalists Nhial Bol Aken (who was gaoled) and Reuters and BBC correspondent Alfred Logune Taban, was suspended for two months.

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