Khartoum issues arrest warrants against 28 reporters living abroad

Sudan’s State Security Prosecution has issued arrest warrants for 28 journalists as well as activists residing outside prior to trial them in charges relate to ‘incitement and defamation”, local media reported.
“Khartoum intends to arrest 28 journalists and activists residing outside under Criminal Code and Cyber-crime Act as they committed offences relating to “incitement, public disturbance, dissemination of false news and distorting reputation of natural and corporate figures”, Prosecution said.
Nation-wide protests in the country have wrapped its first month amid mounting Calls from opposing entities to continue demonstrations though the death toll was put at 26 according to government statistics.

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