Christian pastors on trial in Sudan moved to high security prison
June 9, 2014
Two South Sudanese pastors facing criminal charges in Sudan have been moved to a high security prison and have not been allowed any visitors, their lawyers have confirmed. Rev Yat Michael and Rev Peter Reith were previously detained at the low security Omdurman Men's Prison, and were last seen by their relatives and pastors from their church on June 3. When their families returned on June 4, they were refused access, and authorities confirmed two days later that the men were now at Kober Prison in North Khartoum.
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