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Newspapers are sold on a Khartoum street in 2015. Sudanese authorities ordered copies of a newspaper to be confiscated this week over its critical reporting. (AFP/Ashraf Shazly)

Sudan confiscates copies of daily newspaper Akhir Lahza

On June 17, 2017, Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services summoned Akhir Lahza’s editor-in-chief Saleh Abdelazim to its offices in Khartoum and told him that copies of the daily Arabic-language newspaper would be confiscated indefinitely, according to the newspaper’s managing editor Luay Abdelrahman and news reports.

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