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Sudan steps up campaign against Islamists, under fire from rights groups

Sudanese authorities have stepped up their campaign against the Islamist opposition Popular Congress (PC), as they came under more fire from human rights defenders over the battle against rebels in the west of the country. Sudan’s ruling National Congress (NC) party accused the PC of planning attacks and assassinations with the help of renegade military officers and using air force aircraft. Official Omdurman radio repeatedly broadcast an NC statement, also carried by Khartoum dailies, directed at PC leader Hassan al-Turabi, who was arrested on Wednesday along with other party officials. Full Story

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