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(33) to change the NISS name to GIS and amended several articles of the National National Security Act of 2010.
He stated that the precautionary measures taken by NISS came within framework of its normal role of protecting the public and private properties in coordination with other regular forces.
NISS did not say why they had prevented him from leaving, Sheikh said.
Each truck carried several armed and uniformed members of the NISS, Jaafar says.
Researchers found that NISS agents perpetrated a range of human rights violations, including torture, arbitary arrests and violent assault on opponants of the government of Omar al-Bashir, whose ruling National Congress Party won an election marred by claims of fraud in April.
During the first half of 2010 Amnesty International documented the arrests of at least 34 individuals by the NISS, including journalists, human rights activists and students.
Prior to joining NISS, Cox was Associate Director for Research and Methodology at the National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mr Al Niss, who was in Gaza three weeks ago, also alleged that Egyptian officials were profiting from their control of a number of tunnels linking the two countries.
Niss says that his firm's scrap is particularly expensive because it contains multiple resins and therefore is not reused in-house.
Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, Kabashi said the chairman of the TMC has issued a number of decisions including the referral of the former NISS director Salah Abdallah (aka Gosh) to retirement.
(13 March 2019) The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS) calls upon Sudanese authorities to urgently investigate the reported torture and custodial death of three University students who were detained by the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) for participating in the ongoing protests.
The Governor was addressing the 10th ceremony organized on the occasion of holding a collective wedding for people working in the NISS with the aim of reducing cost and encouraging young people to marriage.