Sudan teen appeals death sentence for killing 'rapist' husband

Sudanese women's rights activist Amal Habbani, who was detained for weeks for participating in opposition protests in January, speaks during an interview with AFP in Khartoum on May 14, 2018. When a Sudanese teenager was sentenced to death last week for killing her husband who had allegedly raped her, activists knew that a new fight had begun for women's rights in Sudan. / AFP / STRINGER





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