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'Tortured' Sudan activists will not be broken: mothers

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is seen on June 27, 2014 at Khartoum airportThe mothers of two detained Sudanese political activists vowed Saturday that their sons “will not be broken” despite alleged torture and their detention without charge having been extended. A UN rights expert raised concern about the condition of Tajalsir Jaafar, 28; The three were detained outside the University of Khartoum on May 12, according to Girifna, a non-violent movement seeking an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s government. “He is very strong and will not be broken by their torture or beatings,” Jaafar’s mother Sabah Osman Mohammed, told a news conference.

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