Sudan's journalists enjoy media freedom since al-Bashir's removal

With censorship and media harassment gone along with the deposed regime of Omar al-Bashir, no topic is off limits any more.

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    Journalists in Sudan are enjoying long-lost freedom following the toppling of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir a month ago.

    Reporters are writing without fear of government interference, intimidation, and censorship for a change.

    But it is unclear how long that will last, with the military leadership failing to meet protesters' demands for a civilian government.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Khartoum.


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