Sudan: Protestors at risk of torture in Sudan
On 30 January 2911, protests spread across North Africa to Sudan's capital Khartoum. Following a crackdown by the security service and police, more than 70 people were arrested, with 20 still held in detention. They are at risk of torture or other ill-treatment.
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