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17 November 2010 by Katy Glassborow

The Sudanese government continues to keep a tight reign on free speech in the country thanks to the implementation of draconian national security laws. Rights activists denounce the laws not only as unconstitutional, but also violating international human rights standards.

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10 February 2010 by -

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10 February 2010 by Hermione Gee

The last week has seen two important developments regarding ICC prosecutions of alleged war crimes committed in Darfur. Tajeldin Abdalla Adam is a journalist with Radio Dabanga, a Netherlands based station that broadcasts to Darfur. He told the IJT what these rulings will mean for Darfuris.

Radio Dabanga