Sudan: Investigations must be held
Amnesty International is calling on the Sudanese authorities to independently and impartially investigate the torture of Juma Omar El-Nur, Abu Nigel El Amin, Juma Mahamoud, Ramadan Ismail and the death in custody of Awad Ibrahim. The results of the investigation must be made public and any one found to be responsible must be brought to justice.
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