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Sudan Uses Excessive Force to Disperse Protests

(24 June 2012) Protests initiated started by Khartoum University students on 16 June have spread to universities across Sudan. Over the last six days, ordinary citizens joined the protests and demonstrations that broke out in a number of neighborhoods in cities in Sudan including Madani, Sinar, Shandi, Port Sudan and …

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NISS Continues to Violate Freedom of Expression in Sudan

(21 June 2012) In June 2012 the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) of Sudan launched a renewed campaign to intimidate, harass, and silence the media in the country largely through the prevention of distribution of newspapers containing sensitive material and through pre-press censorship. Below find the list of relevant …

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CORRECTION: NISS Continues to Violate Freedom of Expression in Sudan

(21 June 2012) In June 2012 the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) of Sudan launched a renewed campaign to intimidate, harass, and silence the media in the country largely through the prevention of distribution of newspapers containing sensitive material and through pre-press censorship. Below find the list of relevant …

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Sudan: Intisar Sharif Adbdalla must not be executed!

(5 June 2012) The Coalition of organizations members of the Campaign, “ Africa for Women’s Rights: Ratify and Respect ” strongly condemn the sentence to death by stoning of Intisar Sharif Abdalla, a twenty-year old Sudanese woman, native to the Nuba Mountains, on accusations of adultery. Our organizations urge the Sudanese authorities …

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