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News August 24, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 New wave of censorship of Arabic-language dailies April 10, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa Receive email alerts SudanAfrica to go further RSF_en Covid-19 in Africa: RSF joins a coalition of civil society organizations to demand the release of imprisoned journalists on the continent News April 6, 2020 Find out more Sudan : Press freedom still in transition a year after Omar al-Bashir’s removal News SudanAfrica News Organisation Reporters Without Borders today condemned the censorship of six privately-owned Arabic-language dailies during the past five days in an attempt by the security forces to suppress reports about the arrests of eight alleged terrorists.“The vice-president announced the official lifting of censorship nearly a year ago,” the press freedom organisation said. “Now we regrettably see that this practice is continuing despite President Omar Al-Bashir’s promises of democratisation. The reasons given are all the more unsatisfactory as the measures are clearly targeted. The privately-owned Arabic-language newspapers are always the first victims.” When eight Sudanese citizens suspected of organising bomb attacks on western embassies were detained on 18 August, the security services immediately ordered the daily Al-Rai Al-Shaab’s editor not make any reference to their arrests on the official grounds that this could hamper the investigation.The security services went to the newspaper’s printing press on 20 August and confiscated all the copies of the latest issue because of the publication of comments by the interior minister about the discovery of explosives in the previous day’s issue.Al-Rai Al-Shaab columnist Kamal Omer reported that the next day the security services conditioned the newspaper’s publication on the withdrawal of several articles. When the editorial staff refused to comply, the entire issue was again seized, at a heavy financial loss for the newspaper. Since then, it has not been able to appear.The five other Arabic-language newspapers to have been censored during the past few days are Al-Soudani, Al-Sahafa, Al-Ayam, Al-Rai Al-Ayam and Hikyat. The security services have been visiting them every morning and demanding the suppression of certain articles. Follow the news on Sudan March 29, 2020 Find out more
CommentscommentsFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Evansville Sears to Close Sunday, April 8thAPRIL 2ND, 2018 BRITNEY TAYLOR EVANSVILLE, INDIANAIn less than a week another big brick and mortar store will close its doors in the Tri-State. Officials say the Evansville Sears at the Washington Square Mall is set to close Sunday, April 8th.Local Real Estate agent, Joe Kiefer says the building is still on the market and they are actively looking for tenants.This Sears location is one of dozens of stores around the country that will be closing in the next few months.Kiefer says he would consider dividing up space, but he would like to lease the property rather than sell it.To see a complete list of closings click here.Britney TaylorWeb ProducerMore Posts – WebsiteFollow Me:
Easy-to-make edible breads over seasonal periods are a sure-fire winner. I demonstrated this technique at the Bakers’ Fair and everyone was amazed at how simple, but effective these breads were.Decorative breads should have centre stage in bakery window displays. They are fantastic added-value, considering the dough could be made from white bloomer dough, and only take a maximum of 40 seconds longer to make than a regular bloomer.By following my easy-step guide, you could make your seasonal display a focal point to draw in the customers and place a hefty mark-up on sales through the simple effective results.IngredientsBread Flour 1,000gWater 600gSalt 18gBlock yeast 15gMilk powder 30gButter 30gImprover* 10gOptional – if omitted then bulk ferment 1 hourOr use your own bloomer recipeMethod (see overleaf)1. Scale at 320g, round the dough and leave to rest for about 10 minutes (image A).2. Roll the ball, so it has a point at one end and remains ball-shaped at the other (B).3. Using a scraper, cut a small piece of the ball end off and save. This is the flowerpot base (C).4. Slightly flatten the rest, so it resembles a triangle, then wet and dip into desired seeds or grains (D).5. Using scissors, snip away in horizontal lines to form a hedgehog cut (E).6. Next, using a scraper, decorate the flowerpot and present it back to the rest of the dough (F).7. Dust with flour (G) and prove for 2 hours at 22?C and bake for 16 minutes at 220?C (H).Tip: You can bake at 80% and freeze to suit production peaks and troughs. This will help to improve your availability and drive profit.