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Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) has detained an opposition activist who campaigned on behalf of a colleague who was taken into custody during last week's elections, his party said Tuesday.NISS agents were responsible for Mustafa's detention, the Sudanese Congress said late Monday.Kaduda was seized by a group of men on her way to an opposition rally on April 12, the day before nationwide elections began.Four other party members were detained by security forces during the past week, Awad said, and have been referred to the state security prosecutor.
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