Sudan Activist Speaks With AllAfrica During 'March of Millions'

AllAfrica's Juanita Williams spoke with Asma Ismail, human rights activist, as she marched through the streets east of Khartoum, where later reports emerged of marchers being shot dead and arrested.

Telephone links are not yet functioning properly and the Internet remains cut.

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In what has become an iconic image of the Sudan protests that toppled Omar al Bashir in 2019, 22-year-old architectural engineering student Alaa Salah (@oalaa_salah) chants poetry from the top of a car, wearing traditional dress.

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