Sudanese Police Clash With Protesters
Hundreds of young Sudanese demonstrators have been beaten and dozens arrested by security forces during sporadic protests in the capital Khartoum and other towns, in the first day of anti-government protests planned by youth inspired by the events in Tunisia and Egypt.
Security Forces Beat Protesting Students
Sudan Tribune, 30 January 2011
Hundreds of young Sudanese demonstrators have been beaten and dozens arrested by security forces during sporadic protests in the capital Khartoum and other towns, in the first day… Read more »
Sunday's Demonstration in North Sudan; Realistic Expectations?
Sudan Tribune, 29 January 2011
Sudanese youth have been actively using online media to garner support for their planned demonstration on Sunday, 30 January, hoping to replicate the scenarios of the successful… Read more »
Police Issue Statement on Demonstrations
SNA, 30 January 2011
The Press Office of the Police Forces Sunday issued a statement on circulation of a number of websites in the Internet broadcast to reports on detention of the Police Forces of a… Read more »
Police Clash With Protesters
RFI, 30 January 2011
Students clashed with police in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Sunday during a day of anti-government protests. Dozens of people have been arrested and Khartoum University's… Read more »
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