Sudanese pastor released, but others still face serious charges

January 4, 2017

One of four men detained in Sudan since December 2015 has been released, but three others continue to face charges which could lead to the death penalty or life imprisonment if found guilty. Kuwa Shamal, a Sudanese church leader, was released after a hearing in Khartoum yesterday (2 Jan.), during which the judge concluded that there was insufficient evidence to charge him.

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