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The Public Prosecution in Sudan releases the journalist Hussein Khojaly

Yesterday, Wednesday, the Sudanese Public Prosecution released the journalist, Hussein Khojaly, on personal bail.
The Sudanese authorities had detained Khojaly for more than a month on suspicion of undermining the constitutional order, and other charges.

The family of the Sudanese journalist Hussein Khojaly had earlier voiced their concern that the authorities would continue to hold him; despite his poor health condition and they requested his immediate release.

In a statement published by the family, they stated; “There is no evidence to justify his prolonged detention, as well as his detention in the police station, regardless to his health conditions as he suffers from multiple diseases; including a severe deterioration in his eyesight; which subsequently necessitated his transfer to the police hospital to spend a whole night in the emergency department, in the past days”.

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