Sudanese intelligence official accuses rebel movements of involvement in human trafficking

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Sudanese intelligence official accuses rebel movements of involvement in human trafficking

February 27, 2018 - 19:32
Written by: SafaAlharathy

The Deputy Director of the Intelligence and Security Service of Sudan, Jalal al-Din al-Tayeb, accused the rebel movements in his country of being involved in crimes of human trafficking, smuggling, murder, looting, and in recruiting children to fight as mercenaries in Libya.

In a speech at a meeting on illegal immigration held in Khartoum, he called for the need to further cooperate, coordinate and exchange information in order to achieve security and establish the principles of justice in a number of African countries, pointing out that illegal immigration and criminal gangs associated with trafficking in human beings is affecting the security and stability in Africa.