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Six journalists are detained after footage of South Sudan's president wetting himself leaked on social media

The Daily Mail 09 Jan 2023
Six journalists in South Sudan have been detained after footage showing the moment President Salva Kiir Mayardit wet himself at an official event leaked online, the national journalists union said on Saturday.
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Six journalists detained over footage appearing to show South Sudan president wet himself

Gulf Daily News 09 Jan 2023
NAIROBI - Six journalists in South Sudan have been detained over the circulation of footage showing President Salva Kiir appearing to wet himself at an official event, the national journalists union said on Saturday ... The video never aired on television but subsequently circulated on social media.
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Journalists detained in South Sudan over video of president wetting himself

New York Post 07 Jan 2023
south sudan ... Undaunted by pandemic, South Sudan athletes in Japan fix eyes on the prize ... Although the video never aired on national television, it was distributed on social media ... Kiir has been president of South Sudan since the country gained independence in 2011.
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Journalists detained over footage appearing to show South Sudan president wet himself

The Star 07 Jan 2023
NAIROBI - Six journalists in South Sudan have been detained over the circulation of footage showing President ... The video never aired on television but subsequently circulated on social media.
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Journalists detained over video appearing to show South Sudan president wetting himself

Yahoo Daily News 07 Jan 2023
South Sudan President Salva Kiir (C) gives a press conference jointly with his former vice-president and political rival Riek Machar (R) after they met at the State House in Juba, where they confirmed that they had agreed to a joint government in February 2020 (AFP via Getty Images).
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Six journalists detained over footage that shows South Sudan president seemingly wetting himself

CNN 07 Jan 2023
Six journalists in South Sudan have been detained over the circulation of footage showing President Salva Kiir appearing to wet himself at an official event, the national journalists union said on Saturday ... The video never aired on television but subsequently circulated on social media.
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Six journalists arrested over footage of South Sudan president wetting himself

The Observer 06 Jan 2023
Six journalists have been detained by South Sudan security forces over viral footage of the country’s president apparently urinating on himself, a press freedom watchdog has reported ... Citing an anonymous state television employee, independent news website Sudans Post reported police had been searching for the journalist who filmed Kiir’s accident.
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Ethics row rages after South Sudan leader wets himself on live TV

The Observer 22 Dec 2022
Starvation being used as a weapon of war in South Sudan, report reveals ... he has been in power since independence in 2011, and South Sudan has not held an election since ... Independent news website Sudans Post quoted an anonymous state television employee who said that police had been searching for the journalist who filmed the incident.
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South Sudan's 71-year-old president wets himself on live television while opening new road project

The Daily Mail 15 Dec 2022
The 71-year-old president of South Sudan has wet himself on live television while opening a new road project ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next. Giant on our doorstep ... .
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The Madness by Fergal Keane and Breaking: Trauma in the Newsroom: reporters’ war stories

The Irish Times 12 Nov 2022
Brian Rowan on two books that provide valuable, if disturbing, insight into news coverage ... File photograph. Liam McBurney/The Irish Times Brian Rowan. Sat Nov 12 2022 - 05.00. The Madness ... Author. Fergal Keane ... Seeing him on television ... Reports from Belfast, South Africa, Sudan, Somalia, Rwanda, Iraq, Ukraine and from the numerous other hells on earth ... .
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to countries in need

The New Arab 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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Russia, Turkiye to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Arab News 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkiye have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Khaleejtimes 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need, including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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How village ceilidhs took Hamza Yassin to Strictly

The Times/The Sunday Times 29 Oct 2022
A children’s television presenter and wildlife photographer who was born in Sudan and moved to the UK at eight has become the pride of ...

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