Trial Adjourned Of Christian Pastors Facing Death Penalty In Sudan
September 28, 2016
The "spying" trial of pastors in Sudan has been adjourned until next month after the prosecution failed to prepare adequately for the case. Four defendants, including two Christian pastors and a foreign Christian worker, are accused of spying. They have denied the charges.
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