Three Jordanians released in Sudan following leaking of exam questions

Published May 11th, 2016 - 01:29 GMT
Syrian children attend a class at a primary school in Aleppo's rebel-held eastern district of Shaar on Saturday. (AFP/File)
Syrian children attend a class at a primary school in Aleppo's rebel-held eastern district of Shaar on Saturday. (AFP/File)

Three Jordanians, who were detained by Sudanese security authorities for leaking General Secondary Education Certificate Examination (Tawjihi) papers, were released Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs announced.

A statement by the ministry said its efforts resulted in the release of three out of four Jordanian citizens, including students, who were in the custody of the Sudanese authorities.

Sudanese authorities has promised to release the last Jordanian citizen, who is still under the custody of police as soon as possible, the statement revealed.


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