South Sudan: Amnesty International Urges South Sudan to Rein in the National Security Service and Respect the Rights to Freedom of Expression and Peaceful Assembly
Speaking at the UN Human Rights Council today, Amnesty International said it remained concerned about the continued shrinking civic space for South Sudanese in South Sudan and Kenya and the illegal conduct of the National Security Service (NSS).
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