The 2013 Annual Report on
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Sudanese Armed Forces continue to indiscriminately bomb and deny humanitarian access to Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile.
The humanitarian crisis is worsening for half a million people displaced by fighting in Sudan and tens of thousands of refugees in South Sudan.
Faisal Mohammed Saleh, a prominent Sudanese journalist who faced harassment by the security services, was acquitted on 31 May of charges of ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/025/2012
A 20-year old Sudanese woman was sentenced to death by stoning on 13 May, on charges of adultery. She did not have access to a lawyer during her ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/024/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Sudanese student activist Haidar Mahmoud Abderrahman Manis has been released, according to information obtained by Amnesty International on ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/023/2012
Ezdehar Jumaa Said Ahmad, a leader of the opposition Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North, is under house arrest. She has not been charged ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/020/2012
Faisal Mohammed Salih, a prominent journalist and columnist from Sudan who had been arrested by the National Security Service (NSS) was released ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/021/2012
Independent media in Sudan is facing continous harrassment from the authorities, with arrests of journalists and national newspapers seized.
More than ten months after his arrest, Sudanese activist Bushra Gamar Hussein Rahma remains detained without trial or access to a lawyer. His health ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/019/2012