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Human rights activist detained by Sudan militia released

April 8 - 2020 KHARTOUM
Human rights activist Abdelmalik Mousa (Social media)
Human rights activist Abdelmalik Mousa (Social media)

The Rapid Support Forces has released human rights activist Abdelmalk Mousa in Khartoum.

Mousa had been detained in what looked like a criminal kidnapping on March 3.

He was severely beaten and subjected to human dignity degrading treatment during his detention.

The Darfur Bar Association said in a statement yesterday that it would provide legal aid to Mousa, and initiate all appropriate legal measures regarding the alleged violations of his constitutional and legal rights.









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