The opposition says they are organising new protests to commemorate those killed when police opened fire on demonstrators in 2005, and the recent protests.
Sudan Uprising Rolls On - More Mass Protests Planned for This Week
Radio Dabanga, 27 January 2019
The demonstrations, demanding the immediate and unconditional step-down of Al Bashir and his regime from power continued on Friday. More are planned for the rest of this week. Read more »
A crowd protests the skyrocketed bread and fuel prices, among others, in El Gezira Aba in White Nile state, today.
Impasse Can End If Bashir Sets Aside His Pride and Agrees to Mediation
The Conversation Africa, 31 January 2019
Sudan has been gripped by popular protests since December, representing the most sustained challenge to President Omar al-Bashir's 30 years in power. The protests were sparked by a… Read more »
Dozens of Simultaneous Protests Organised Throughout the Country
Radio Dabanga, 25 January 2019
An unprecedented number of demonstrations and marches took place simultaneously throughout the country on Thursday. Read more »
Khartoum Imams Pray for Those Killed in Anti-Govt Protests
On Friday, worshippers in several mosques in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum followed calls by the imams to pray for the souls of the people killed during the protests in the… Read more »
Sudan's Repressive Tactics On Display
HRW, 23 January 2019
Last Thursday in Khartoum, security forces blockaded neighbourhoods and raided homes to arrest protesters hiding there. Videos posted by activists show security forces going door… Read more »
More Than 100 Press Freedom Violations in Sudan Since Start of Protests
RSF, 22 January 2019
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the Sudanese government's systematic abuses against media and journalists, combined with economic pressure designed to prevent the media… Read more »
El Sadig El Mahdi - 'Sudan Regime Like Anglo-Egyptian Colonialists'
El Sadig El Mahdi, Head of the National Umma Party and chairman of the Sudan Call coalition, has strongly condemned the killing of demonstrators and the excessive violence against… Read more »
Mourners Visit Homes of Slain Khartoum Protestors
Since Friday morning, mourners have been visiting the homes of Abdelazim Babikir and Mahjoub El Taj Mahjoub in El Sahafa in Khartoum to offer condolences to their relatives. They… Read more »
Sudan - the Clampdown On Journalists Must Stop Immediately
IFJ, 24 January 2019
In a statement published on 22 January, the Qatari media network Al Jazeera said the Sudanese authorities had withdrawn the accreditation of their correspondents in the country,… Read more »
Two Protesters Killed in Khartoum Demonstrations
RFI, 25 January 2019
Two demonstrators have been killed during anti-government protests in the Sudanese capital over the past day, according to the police. Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets… Read more »
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 ... Read more »
President Omar al-Bashir is facing the most serious challenge in his three decades in power as day after day, Sudanese are taking to the streets to protest against his rule. 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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