(6 February 2019) On 13 January 2019, Mr. Yousri Al-Shazali was arrested by NISS in Damazin for his social media activity. He was released on 25 January 2019 after having been tortured.
(5 February 2019) The European Union shoudl state publicly that it will withdraw from an upcoming joint summit of the European Union and the League of Arab States unless there is a guarantee that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, a suspected war criminal, will not attend, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court said today.
(4 February 2019) In line with the demonstrations, NISS Damazin summoned two youth and later released them.
On 20th January 2019, National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) in Damazin of Blue Nile State summoned Mr. Waheeb Khalid Elgadi, 42 years old to their office.
(4 February 2019) On 29th January 2019, Mr. Ahmed Abdalla Omer (Ombadi) was conditionally released by NISS in Khartoum State. He had been held incommunicado for more than a week.
(4 February 2019) During the last few weeks, the Sudan Democracy First Group (SDFG), human rights organizations and advocacy groups issued strong statements and petitions to draw the attention of the regional and international community to the use of excessive force, including live ammunition, against peaceful protestors in Sudan.
(9 January 2019) The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies has continued to monitor the crackdown of anti-government protests across Sudan since mid-December 2018 and have continued into the New Year. In this report, ACJPS gives an update on various incidents resulting in serious violations of human rights of peaceful protests that have continued to occur since our last publication on the situation of the December 2018 anti-austerity protests.
(8 January 2019) On 22nd December 2018, three armed masked men in military uniform looted from the house of Mr. Mohammed Abuelgasim at gunpoint in Umbrambeta town. The case was reported to police, filed against anonymous and they have not done any further investigations.
(7 January 2019) On 3rd January 2019, NISS arrested twelve youth and children in Altartar town of South Kordufan State and deported them to Kadogli. The reason for their arrest is the demonstration that had taken place in town.
(7 January 2019) On 12thDecember 2018, two females were raped by Popular Defense Forces (PDF) soldiers in Umbrambeta/ Sudan. One of the victims is underage. The victims reported the case to the community leader but no further action was taken.
(6 January 2019) On 2nd January 2019, Hussein Salheldin Maael was released by MI in Talodi after spending more than three weeks in detention. The release was conditional and he had to swear by the Quran that he would not contact the rebels.