Sudan: Christian pastors' defence team close their case

July 15, 2015

The defence team of two South Sudanese pastors facing trial for espionage in Sudan have closed their case, and campaigners remain hopeful that they will be acquitted of all charges. Rev Yat Michael and Rev David Yein Reith (also named as Peter Yein Reith in some reports) are being held on six charges including espionage, "offending Islamic beliefs", promoting hatred amongst sects and undermining the constitutional system.

 

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