Skip to main content
Independent news from the heart of Sudan
Watch live

Military Intelligence officers beat up man in North Darfur

February 26 - 2015 AILLIET
Sudanese military police (file photo)
Sudanese military police (file photo)

Members of the Military Intelligence severely beat a man in Ailliet Jarelnabi, North Darfur, on Wednesday.

Izzeldin Adam Abakar told Dabanga that he went to the Ailliet army garrison on Wednesday morning, to ask about the reason for the detention of his brother Musa, some days before.

“The officers took me to a room, and started to beat me, until I was covered in blood. They then threw me out,” he said.


In Nyala, capital of South Darfur, police sergeant Adam Hussein entered into a hunger strike, in protest for not being taken to trial. He has been accused of embezzling the salaries of the South Darfur state police retirees, and was detained in August last year.

In a statement, Hussein's family called on police officials and human rights organisations to intervene, and bring their relative to justice.

Back to overview

News Headlines

January 19 - 2022 SELEIA / EL FASHER / MUKJAR / MILE

Attacks in Darfur and Chad leave three dead, more than 40 injured


Sudan mourns killed protesters, enters two-day ‘comprehensive strike’

More news