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South Sudan: Release 33 Men Still in Arbitrary Detention (UA 87/16)
Prof. Leonzio Angole Onek, was released without charge on 25 April. Joseph Bangasi Bakosoro was released without charge on 27 April. Amnesty International has confirmed that 33 other men are still in arbitrary detention at the National Security Service (NSS) headquarters in the Jebel neighborhood of Juba, the capital of South Sudan.
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