Reporters without Borders, an international press freedom organization with headquarters in Paris, visited South Sudan in May and released in July 2012 an investigation report titled South Sudan: World's Youngest Country Yet to Embark on Road to Civil Liberties.
Reporters without Borders concluded that South Sudan is not currently prey to concerted and systematic harassment of its media. But there has been a disturbing accumulation of incidents and isolated acts of repression or intimidation that end up undermining the climate in which journalists and media operate. The single most important problem raised with Reporters without Borders during its visit was "the brutality of the security forces and the Sudan People's Liberation Army."
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