African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies
(11 January 2013) Five political opposition leaders have been arrested by Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) on their return from a meeting in Kampala, Uganda attended by Sudanese political opposition parties and armed opposition groups. The five are detained incommunicado in an unknown location and are at risk of torture and ill-treatment. Attempts by families of the detainees to obtain further information have been (...)
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