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Sudanese security forces seized the Monday print runs of nine newspapers and suspended the publishing licences of four of them in a major media crackdown, editors and an NGO said.NISS agents called the editors of four papers to tell them their publishing licences had been suspended.In February, before nationwide elections that President Omar al-Bashir won with more than 94 percent of the vote, NISS seized the print runs of 14 papers in one of the most sweeping crackdowns in years.
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