Following the April elections, journalists reported that authorities increasingly required them to report daily to NISS, where they would be held several hours a day, sometimes without questioning. As of year's end, the government had not released any report on this incident. By year's end there had been no reports of torture or further violence against deportees.
On January 7, a landmine detonated, killing at least five civilians and injuring five others travelling in a truck in Jebel Gilda Mol in Kurmuk County, Blue Nile. In June Amnesty International called for the release of detainees including college students, political activists, and civil society activists who were being held by national authorities at the time.
Indeed, such individuals, whenever they exist, tend to come from deeply rooted Sunni or Christian families with an expertise in landowning, manufacturing, or finance and industry. In other words, when the common good cannot be properly formulated, in terms of laws and procedures, and hangs over as a natural law with obvious political connotations, what can then the legal system do?
Access limitations and fear of government retribution continued to inhibit reporting on human rights violations, especially sexual and gender-based abuses, and on humanitarian situations. Crimes against the internal security of the state. In one case authorities confiscated the foreign passport of a dual national living abroad when he attempted to depart the country in October and, as of November, had not returned the passport or explained the reason for its confiscation.
Killings : Security in Darfur deteriorated due to the rise in criminal activity and intercommunal conflict, as well as continued clashes between the government and rebel factions and attacks by the government's RSF forces on unarmed civilians in South, North, and East Darfur. During July and August, humanitarian actors reported the SAF targeted civilian areas with 53 bombs, including 11 cluster bombs, and artillery shells.