Sudan's deadly protests now nearly three weeks [The Morning Call]

Sudan's deadly protests now nearly three weeks [The Morning Call]

[Africanews - Africa] - 9/01/2019
In Sudan, thousands of protesters chanting “Revolution” took to the streets on Tuesday in a city southeast of Khartoum to call on longtime leader Omar al-Bashir to step down. It’s the latest in nearly three weeks of anti-government protests which started over economic issues such as spiralling (...)
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Sudan Press Council files complaint against TV channel for covering protests
The prosecution department of the government-controlled Press and Publications Council filed a complaint against Al (...)
[Dabanga] - 10/01/2019
Live fire used during demonstrations in Khartoum North
The security services used live ammunition, tear gas, and batons to disperse demonstrators in Khartoum North (...)
[Dabanga] - 14/01/2019
Northern State anti-mining protest planned for this weekend
An environmental protection committee in Sudan’s Northern State announced it will hold a peaceful protest to reject (...)
[Dabanga] - 15/01/2019
Third week of Sudan mass protests
The campaign of protests and mass action across Sudan, sparked by the chronic shortage of cash and rising prices of (...)
[Dabanga] - 9/01/2019
Act for Sudan: US policy on Sudan must pivot to advance freedom, justice, and democracy
A group of 93 Sudanese scholars, human rights organisations, and leading activists have published an open letter (...)
[Dabanga] - 17/01/2019
Detained eastern Sudan activist on hunger strike against poor treatment
An activist in El Gedaref state who has been arrested multiple times started a hunger strike because he is not (...)
[Dabanga] - 11/01/2019
South Sudan resumes oil production from Unity oil fields
January 8, 2019 (JUBA) - South Sudan's damaged oil wells in the Unity region have partially resumed the (...)
[Sudan Tribune] - 9/01/2019
Darfuri student killed in dorm identified after one week
A student who was shot dead by Sudanese security forces in Khartoum North on January 4 was identified yesterday. (...)
[Dabanga] - 11/01/2019
Sudanese Doctors Syndicate calls for international support
The Sudanese medical profession has called on colleagues and organisations around the world for support, in a (...)
[Dabanga] - 13/01/2019
Sudan cracks down violently on Thursday protesters, 3 killed
January 17, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - At least three people were killed by Sudanese security forces on Thursday during a (...)
[Sudan Tribune] - 18/01/2019
Sudan journalists: ‘Al Bashir regime tightening grip on press’
The ruling regime in Sudan under President Omar Al Bashir has “continued to tighten its grip on newspapers and (...)
[Dabanga] - 9/01/2019
Former U.S. envoy advised Sudanese military plotting to overthrow al-Bashir: report
January 10, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The former U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan Princeton Lyman was in contact with Sudanese (...)
[Sudan Tribune] - 11/01/2019
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