Opposition Leader in Juba Despite Promise to Stay in Sudan

Yasir Arman, deputy chairperson of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/ Army-North, returned from exile in May to participate in talks with Sudan's ruling generals but was arrested on June 5.

  • Sudan:   Opposition Leader Escapes to Juba

    East African, 10 June 2019

    Sudan opposition leader Yasir Arman arrived in Juba, South Sudan on Monday after he was released together with two other rebel leaders by the military junta. Read more »

Yasir Arman, deputy leader the Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North (SPLM-N) at the annual Sudan and South Sudan conference in Hermannsburg, Germany in 2015.


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