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Human Rights in REPUBLIC OF SUDAN

Amnesty International  Report 2013


The 2013 Annual Report on
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Pressure the UN Security Council to protect civilians in Sudan ...
7 June 2012

Sudanese Armed Forces continue to indiscriminately bomb and deny humanitarian access to Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile.

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UN Security Council: Urgent action needed to end Sudan's ...
7 June 2012

The humanitarian crisis is worsening for half a million people displaced by fighting in Sudan and tens of thousands of refugees in South Sudan.

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Sudan: Further information: Prominent Sudanese journalist ...
6 June 2012

Faisal Mohammed Saleh, a prominent Sudanese journalist who faced harassment by the security services, was acquitted on 31 May of charges of ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/025/2012

Sudan: Woman sentenced to death by stoning
25 May 2012

A 20-year old Sudanese woman was sentenced to death by stoning on 13 May, on charges of adultery. She did not have access to a lawyer during her ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/024/2012

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and ...
24 May 2012

Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.

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Sudan: Further information: Sudanese student activist ...
24 May 2012

Sudanese student activist Haidar Mahmoud Abderrahman Manis has been released, according to information obtained by Amnesty International on ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/023/2012

Sudan: Further Information: Opposition leader under house ...
18 May 2012

Ezdehar Jumaa Said Ahmad, a leader of the opposition Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North, is under house arrest. She has not been charged ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/020/2012

Sudan: Further information: Sudanese journalist faces ...
18 May 2012

Faisal Mohammed Salih, a prominent journalist and columnist from Sudan who had been arrested by the National Security Service (NSS) was released ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/021/2012

Sudan must end clampdown on media | Amnesty International
15 May 2012

Independent media in Sudan is facing continous harrassment from the authorities, with arrests of journalists and national newspapers seized.

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Sudan: Further information: Health concerns for detained ...
11 May 2012

More than ten months after his arrest, Sudanese activist Bushra Gamar Hussein Rahma remains detained without trial or access to a lawyer. His health ...

Urgent Action       AFR 54/019/2012