Sudan sees first admission of fatal torture of protester

The victim schoolteacher was detained during demonstrations against the government and his death has caused widespread anger and condemnation.

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    Government prosecutors in Sudan have for the first time admitted that a protester died in custody after being tortured.

    The victim, a schoolteacher, was detained during demonstrations against President Omar al-Bashir's government. His death has caused widespread anger and condemnation.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports from Khartoum.


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