'They convicted me of nothing': freed Sudanese rights activist vows to fight on

As eight-month prison ordeal on charges of spying and treason ends with a pardon, Mudawi Ibrahim Adam says he will continue human rights work

An award-winning human rights activist jailed by the Sudanese government after he was accused of spying and treason has been released following eight months in prison.

Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, an engineering professor at the University of Khartoum, said he would press on with his fight to repeal all laws that “allow arbitrary detention and forbid freedom of speech, a free press and peaceful demonstration”.

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