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Oman court jails three journalists, orders daily shut
An Omani court on Monday upheld a government order to permanently close a national newspaper and jailed three of its journalists for undermining the state, judicial sources said. Authorities shut Azamn daily in August, drawing condemnation from international rights groups. During Monday's hearing, the court sentenced editor-in-chief Ibrahim al-Maamari and his deputy Yousef al-Haj to three years in prison, the sources said. The pair were also ordered to pay a fine of 3,000 rials ($7,800)…
by AFP, JusticeInfo.Net
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