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Charges against Najlaa Mohammed Ali and Amin Senada were dropped on 2 December. The two activists had been at risk of imprisonment or flogging for 'indecent behaviour ...
Document AFR 54/029/2013
On 30 October 2013 Adam Sharief, lawyer and activist, was released from prison after spending over one month in detention without a charge.
Urgent Action AFR 54/028/2013
Amnesty International supporters worldwide today begin a 16-day global campaign challenging violence against women and girls exacerbated by increasingly militarized ...
The trial of two Sudanese activists, Najlaa Mohammed Ali and Amin Senada, has been postponed until 26 November. They are at risk of imprisonment or flogging for ...
Urgent Action AFR 54/027/2013
AI Index: AFR 54/026/2013. Model letter. To the Minister of Justice. Your Excellency, I am writing to express my concern over ...
Document AFR 54/026/2013
The Sudanese authorities must drop 'indecent behaviour' charges against two activists who risk being sentenced to flogging in a trial that opens tomorrow.
On 13 November two activists in Sudan are due to stand trial for 'indecent behaviour'. They are at risk of imprisonment or flogging.
Urgent Action AFR 54/025/2013
The Sudanese authorities must drop 'indecent behaviour' charges against two activists who risk being sentenced to flogging in a trial that opens tomorrow, Amnesty ...
Reports that Sudan's security forces have arrested at least 800 activists, members of opposition parties, journalists, and others amid ongoing anti-government protests ...
A Sudanese lawyer, working in South Darfur, has been detained without charge. He is at risk of torture and other ill-treatment.
Urgent Action AFR 54/023/2013