Residents read daily newspapers on April 27, 2016 reporting the arrival and swearing of rebel leader Riek Machar in Juba, South Sudan, a day after his return. / AFP / ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN
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Sudanese security agents seized all copies of three newspapers Sunday, a journalists' association said, just days after they covered a fuel price hike in reports seen as critical of the government.Editors of independent dailies Al-Jadida and Al-Tayar confirmed copies of their newspapers' Sunday edition had been confiscated.The editor of Al-Jadida said he had not received any call from security agents about the newspaper's coverage of fuel price hike.On Friday, security agents arrested a senior politician of the opposition Sudanese Congress Party for delivering a speech that criticised the fuel price hike.
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