Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets still angry at the storming of a protest sit-in at Khartoum last month, which saw dozens lose their lives.
Thousands Rally to Mark 40 Days Since Deadly Crackdown
Deutsche Welle, 13 July 2019
Protesters have called for justice for those killed in a brutal raid on a Khartoum camp. The military and civilian opposition still can't finalize power-sharing months after the… Read more »
Soldiers protect civilian protestors during Khartoum sit-in on 8 April 2019.
Paramilitary Kills Protester While Power-Sharing Hangs in the Balance
RFI, 15 July 2019
One protester was reportedly killed with a bullet to the head and seven others are in critical condition after paramilitary forces in the eastern state of Sennar, Sudan, fired on… Read more »
How to Abort a Coup?
SudaNow, 1 July 2019
A member of the transitional Military Council announces the latest aborted coup Read more »
African Mediator Mohamed Alhassan Lebatt
When assigned by the African Union to mediate a solution for the Sudanese political crisis, Mauritanian Diplomat Mohammad Alhassan Lebatt said in a statement to the press that his… Read more »
Human Rights Watch wants Sudanese leaders to facilitate the establishment of an effective international investigation into the abuse and killing of protesters since December 2018. Read more »
A week after the military and civilian protesters agreed to a power-sharing deal, the military council say it has arrested at least 16 officers who who were planning a coup. Read more »
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