Protest organisers in Sudan say the death toll from a security force crackdown on the sit-in outside army headquarters now stands at over 100 people, and details are emerging of what appears to have been a brutal, coordinated assault on protesters in central Khartoum.
'They Were Beating the Dead' - Survivor of Security Force Crackdown
VOA, 5 June 2019
The death toll from Monday's attacks on pro-democracy protesters by Sudanese government forces rose to at least 60 Wednesday, according to doctors linked to the protesters. Read more »
Wounded protester Mohmoud Abdulla flashes a peace sign while hiding in a corridor at Royal Care Hospital as Rapid Support Forces surrounded the building, in Khartoum, Sudan, June 4, 2019.
Roadblocks set up by protesters are seen in the Burri neighborhood to protest the June 2 massacre of at least 60 civilians, in Khartoum, Sudan,
A military vehicle drives past the gates of Royal Care Hospital, in Khartoum, Sudan, June 4, 2019.
UN to Remove Some Civilian Staff - For Now
allAfrica, 6 June 2019
The United Nations is temporarily removing some civilian staff from Sudan because of the security situation in the country, Reuters reports from the United Nations. Read more »
Khartoum Massacre - 40 Bodies Pulled From Nile
Radio Dabanga, 5 June 2019
At least 40 bodies have been pulled from the Nile, according to reports today by the Sudan Doctors Central Committee, who estimate that more than 100 people have been killed since… Read more »
Reported Death Toll Rises to 100, Protesters Spurn Call for Talks
Protest leaders in Sudan have rejected a proposal to negotiate with military generals, maintaining the call is insincere as security forces continue to target protesters in a… Read more »
Rebel Leader, Recently Returned from Exile, Arrested in Khartoum
A Sudanese rebel leader who returned to Khartoum last week after years in exile has been arrested by the ruling military council. Read more »
Troika - Khartoum Massacre Has Put Peace in Jeopardy
By ordering the violent dispersal of the sit-in in Khartoum on Monday which killed at least 100 people, "Sudan's Transitional Military Council has put the transition process and… Read more »
Civil Disobedience - West Kordofan Oil Field Workers Down Tools
Reports are being received of workers associations answering the call for civil disobedience in Sudan, following the violent dispersal of the Khartoum sit-in on Monday, and the… Read more »
Opposition 'Escalate Revolution', Call General Strike
The Alliance for Freedom and Change (AFC), a coalition of Sudan's major opposition movements including the Sudanese Professionals Association, who have been at the forefront of the… Read more »
'At Least 100' Protesters Killed in Sudan By Janjaweed As Reports of Rapes Emerge - Civil Society
RFI, 5 June 2019
Some 100 protesters were killed during the military and paramilitary attack on sit-in participants on Monday, not 60 people as previously reported, after a civil society group said… Read more »
Dozens Reportedly Killed By Security Forces
AI London, 5 June 2019
Sudanese opposition activists today reported that dozens of bodies have been recovered from the River Nile in Khartoum, following a bloody crackdown on protests by security forces,… Read more »
Rebel Leader Yasir Arman Detained in Khartoum
Yasir Arman, the deputy leader of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North under the leadership of Malik Agar (SPLM-N Agar), has been detained in Khartoum. Read more »
The military says a transitional government will be formed to organize elections within 9 months, creating an environment that will enable citizens to choose their leaders with ... Read more »
The number of people killed since security forces stormed a protest camp outside the Defence Ministry in central Khartoum has risen to 60. At the United Nations, China and Russia ... Read more »
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