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Alerts   |   South Sudan

Radio Miraya journalist held for two weeks without charge in South Sudan

Radio Miraya reporter George Livio has been held by security forces in South Sudan since August 22. (Miraya FM)

Nairobi, September 9, 2014--Authorities in South Sudan must present journalist George Livio to a court or release him, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. The reporter for Radio Miraya, a U.N.-backed station, has been held without charge by security forces for more than two weeks, according to local journalists and news reports.

September 9, 2014 2:31 PM ET

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Blog   |   South Sudan

South Sudanese towns suffer information vacuum

Not a single local news station is operating full-time in the town of Malakal, which has been ravaged by the fighting. (Al-Jazeera/Emre Rende)

"This is the worst situation I ever reported since I started reporting in 2007," BBC Media Action producer Manyang David Mayar told me after he left the restive town of Bor, Jonglei State in South Sudan. Forced to walk long distances carrying his suitcase on his head to escape the fighting in Bor, Mayar drank dirty water and slept in the bush. 

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