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The leadership of the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A-AW)

The leadership of the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A-AW) unequivocally refutes and repudiates the blatantly fabricated allegations by the regime that the SLM has instigated or participated in any violent action in the nationwide demonstrations against the regime. The fighting units of the Sudan Liberation Army remain in a battle ready posture throughout Darfur ready …

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The Troika (the United States, Norway and the United Kingdom and Canada) are concerned about the violence occurring during recent protests in Sudan,

including credible reports of the use of live fire by the Government of Sudan and of multiple deaths during several protests.  We reaffirm the right of the Sudanese people to peacefully protest to express their legitimate grievances. We urge all to avoid the use of violence or destruction of property.  …

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#SaveAsimOmer #StopTortureInSudan

#SaveAsmirOmer, Student Tortured and Wrongfully Imprisoned We, the undersigned, are extremely concerned about the well-being of Asim Omar, a university student who is currently imprisoned at Kober (aka Cooper) Prison in Khartoum, Sudan for a crime he has not committed. According to his doctor, Asim was supposed to undergo surgery …

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Statement from Sudan Liberation Army  regarding Khartoum‘s violation of Cessation of Hostilities

On 20 the of September 2018, the Leadership of Sudan Liberation Movement/Army chaired by Abdul Wahid Al- Nur,  had declared temporary unilateral  Cessation of  Hostilities ( CoH)  due to the sorely needed humanitarian assistance in the regions of Darfur and Jebel Marra in particular after its areas severly  affected by …

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Sudan: Brutal beating that led to hospitalization of imprisoned student must be investigated

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL NEWS FLASH 11 OCTOBER 2018 Spokespeople available for interviews The brutal beating of 24-year-old student activist Asim Omar Hassan by prison guards in Kober prison must be independently and thoroughly investigated and those responsible brought to justice, Amnesty International said today as he was admitted to hospital. According …

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Arab Network for Media Crisis condemns continued violations by the Sudanese authorities of freedom of opinion and expression

Journalistic freedoms and freedom of opinion and expression continue to be subject to fierce and escalating attacks by the Sudanese security authorities, which impose many restrictions to limit the performance of their duties. Journalists and journalists are subjected to unprecedented repression and repression in flagrant violation of the civil and …

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?On 2th of April 2018, a gents of Khartoum’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS ) kidnapped Sheikh Matar Younis Ali Hussein

 Sheikh Matar who was kidnapped from Al-Hamiddiya IDP camp in Zalingei the Capital of Central Darfur State  to unspecified location at gun point is a blind aged man , and therefore the General Co-ordinate of Darfur IDPs and Refugees is fearing of physical liquidation to Sheikh Matar by the genocide …

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Save Wad Galiba Campaign

We  appeals for urgent action  and we call for intervention  from  all  activists and organizations which interested in the field of human rights to stand  and support and solidarity with the Sudanese blogger and activist Hisham Ali Mohammed Ali he known as Wad Galiba at social media who was arrested …

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GENEVA, October 10, 2017 – U.N. chief 

António Guterres should remove a U.N. official who was detained by police and handcuffed after he groped a woman in a Manhattan bar early Sunday. Sudanese diplomat Hassan Salih, who in May was elected vice-chair of the U.N. committee that oversees the work of 4,500 human rights NGOs, grabbed the …

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