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Human rights in Sudan are deteriorating despite efforts by President Omar al-Bashir to hold talks with his opponents on the country's many problems, a top lawyer told AFP on Tuesday.Bashir -- wanted by the International Criminal Court over war crimes charges in the Darfur region -- may have launched a national dialogue, but tight press and political freedoms remain in place, human rights lawyer Nabil Adib said.Bashir announced the talks in January 2014 in a bid to resolve the conflicts on Sudan's border regions and its faltering economy.Adib also voiced concern about the deportation of Sudanese asylum seekers from Jordan to Sudan.
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