With no end in sight for the military crackdown, the UN is calling for a "rapid deployment" of a monitoring team to look into allegations of serious rights violations, while Amnesty International has urged the Transitional Military Council "to immediately withdraw all members of the Rapid Support Forces government militia from policing and law enforcement anywhere in Sudan and especially in Khartoum".
UN Rights Office Wants Rapid Deployment of Monitoring Team
UN News, 7 June 2019
Now in its fifth day, a crackdown by the military authorities in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, with dozens reported killed, has prompted a "gravely concerned" UN human rights… Read more »
Diaspora Demos Damn Sudan Junta
Radio Dabanga, 9 June 2019
Members of the international Sudanese diaspora have taken to the streets of cities including The Hague, Geneva, Washington, Beirut, Athens, and Algiers, to voice their outrage at… Read more »
Amnesty International - RSF Must Withdraw From Sudan Capital
Radio Dabanga, 7 June 2019
Amnesty International has urged the Transitional Military Council "to immediately withdraw all members of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) government militia from policing and law… Read more »
RSF members clear barricades around the sit-in area in Khartoum.
UN Calls for Monitoring Team to Asses Violations During Khartoum Massacre
The office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has called on the Sudanese government to cooperate with the rapid deployment of a UN human rights monitoring team to… Read more »
A Chance for the AU to Refine Support for Countries in Crisis
The Conversation Africa, 7 June 2019
The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU) has suspended Sudan from all the organisation's activities "until the effective establishment of a civilian-led… Read more »
Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in Sudan's capital Khartoum during a civil disobedience campaign to demand civilian rule. The Sudanese Professionals ... Read more »
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's mediation comes amid the suspension of Sudan from all African Union activities until the military rulers hand over to civilian-led authority. Read more »
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