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Sudan hands 21 political opponents to Egypt

Sudanese aviation professionals wave national flags as they rally in support of civilian rule at Khartoum airport in the capital on 27 May, 2019 [Ebrahim Hamid/AFP/Getty]
Sudanese wave national flags on 27 May, 2019 [Ebrahim Hamid/AFP/Getty]

Sudanese authorities have extradited 21 opponents of the Egyptian regime.

The Al-Arabiya channel quoted journalist and activist Haitham Abu Khalil as saying that Sudanese authorities have extradited over 21 Egyptians handing them over to Cairo's security services, including a man, his wife and children.

Abu Khalil said the extradited persons included Issam Abdel-Jaid Diab Sayed, Akram Abdel-Badi, Ahmed Mahmoud, Muhammad Ibrahim, Mona Saeed Jadallah, Youssef Muhammad Ibrahim and Ibrahim Muhammad Ibrahim.

Last March, Sudanese authorities extradited Wadah Hisham Al-Oden to the security authorities and he has since disappeared.

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