Sudan: Fear of torture / possible prisoner of conscience: Sara Nugdallah, university lecturer and women's activist
Sara Nugdallah is reported to have been detained in Khartoum in late May 1995, as part of a crackdown on the leadership of the Ansar, a traditional order of Sudanese Islam and the banned Umma Party, an associated political party. AI fears that she may be at risk of torture or ill-treatment and that she may be a prisoner of conscience. It is not clear where she is being held.
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