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Sudan protesters threaten military with civil disobedience

firefoxSudan's protesters are threatening a civil disobedience campaign if the ruling military refuses to hand over power to civilians.


The warlord wrecking Sudan’s revolution

The de facto leader of Sudan's military junta is bringing his bloody career to bear against the country's pro-democracy protesters.


Envoy says Sudan talks to resume as strike suspended

firefoxSudan's military and opposition groups have agreed to resume talks on the formation of a transitional council, an Ethiopian envoy said on Tuesday, as an opposition alliance said it was suspending its campaign of civil disobedience and strikes.


News24.com | UN human rights expert denounces attacks on Sudan protesters

firefoxUN Sudan expert calls for 'thorough' probes into killings of demonstrators amid breakdown in political transition talks.


Heavy machine gun fire heard as Sudan’s military moves in on sit-in protest in capital, Khartoum

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) — Heavy machine gun fire heard as Sudan’s military moves in on sit-in protest in capital, Khartoum. The post Heavy machine gun fire heard as Sudan’s military moves in on sit-in protest in capital, Khartoum appeared first on LEX18.com.


News24.com | Sudan protest leaders say accord with army on transitional authority

firefoxSudan's protest leaders says they have reached a breakthrough agreement with the country's military rulers on transitional authorities to run the country.


Has an internet blackout killed Sudan's revolution?

The Military Council has switched off the internet in response to protests that took place in early June.


Sudan protest leaders reject talks after 60 die in crackdown

firefoxSudan's protest leaders have rejected the offer of talks with the country's military rulers after 60 people reportedly died in a violent security crackdown.


South Sudanese facing famine in all but name, warns UN food agency

firefoxRecord numbers in South Sudan – some seven million people – face acute food shortages, while more than 20,000 are close to famine, the World Food Programme (WFP) warned on Friday.


How do women and the diaspora propel Sudan's protests?

Lawyer and activist Minan Yousif explains why people are still demonstrating in Sudan.