The United States says it supports the right of the people to voice their demands and condemns the use of violence, live amunition and the excessive use of tear gas by the Sudanese security forces.
U.S. State Dept Cautions Sudan Govt Against Arbitrary Detention, Excessive Force
Radio Dabanga, 23 January 2019
The United States is concerned about the increasing number of arrests and detentions, as well as the escalating number of people injured and killed, following four weeks of… Read more »
Protestors in Central Darfur (file photo).
Sudan Uprising - Second Month of Demos Met With Live Fire, Tear Gas
On Tuesday, the Sudan uprising which has been characterised by mass public demonstrations across the country, entered its second month. Read more »
Senior Lawyers Call Out Attorney-General Over Extrajudicial Killings
A group of senior Sudanese lawyers have presented a memorandum to the Sudanese Attorney-General demanding that the Sudanese government, represented by the Attorney-General, take… Read more »
Immunologists Join Sudan Doctors in County-Wide Strike
Clinical immunologists announced the continuation of their strike on non-emergency 'cold cases', the withdrawal from hospitals belonging to the regular forces, and private… Read more »
Protest-Torn Sudan Clamps Down On Foreign Journalists
CAJ News, 24 January 2019
SUDAN has revoked the accreditation of at least six journalists working for international news outlets covering demonstrations against President Omar al-Bashir. Read more »
Al-Bashir Visits Qatar While U.S. Expresses Concern Over Arrests
VOA, 24 January 2019
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was in Qatar Wednesday to discuss aid for his embattled nation as the United States expressed concern over death, injuries and arrests of Sudanese… Read more »
The country has seen large-scale demonstrations since Dec. 19 but President Omar al-Bashir has tried to downplay the protests, blaming it on foreign "agents" and "infiltrators". Read more »
As protests mount against Al-Bashir's regime in the capital and elsewhere in the country, Sudan is now at the most dangerous moment of its modern history as the goverment is ... Read more »
Human Rights Watch has accused security forces of using live ammunition and other forms of excessive force against protesters and arbitrarily detaining them. Read more »
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