Sudan’s Ex-Spy Chief Banned from The US

Sudan's Ex-Spy Chief Banned from The US
Sudan's Ex-Spy Chief Banned from The US

The former head of the Sudanese intelligence service, Salah Gosh, was banned from entering the United States because of his alleged involvement in human rights violations.

In a statement, the US State Department sed it had credible evidence that Mr Gosh was involved in torture when he was in charge of Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS).

Members of his family have also been barred.

Omar al-Bashir, the country’s former president under whom Mr Gosh served, was ousted from power in April.

A Transitional Military Council then seized control.


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