Sudan hangs six over 2005 refugee riot in Khartoum

BBC – Six Sudanese men have been executed for their part in a riot at a refugee camp in Khartoum in 2005. The men were held responsible for killing 13 policemen during the riots in which five civilians also died. The violence flared when police tried to clear the Soba Aradi camp, which housed refugees from the two-decade long north-south civil war. Rights group Amnesty condemned the executions, saying that the men may have been tortured into confessing.  Read Article