Sudan’s Doctors March To Protest Violence Against Hospitals

By Mohammed Amin, Middle East Eye. -

Khartoum - Hundreds of Sudanese doctors and medics marched in Khartoum and other parts of Sudan on Sunday to protest against violence by security forces against the medical staff, healthcare [...]

Sudanese Dictatorship’s PM Hamdok Resigns Amid Protests

By Telesur English. -

On Sunday, Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced his resignation from his post in the wake of the political crisis in the country. "I announce to you my resignation from the post of [...]

Sudan Security Forces Fire Tear Gas At Khartoum Protesters

By Al Jazeera. -

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas to disperse pro-democracy protesters near the presidential palace in the capital, Khartoum, as tens of thousands marched against military rule following [...]

The US Puts A Democratic Veneer On The Military Coup In Sudan

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

Since achieving independence in 1956, Sudan has had a number of military coup governments and popular revolutions that overthrew them. Most recently, the Sudanese people ousted the thirty year [...]

Sudan Coup: The Names And Faces Of The Protesters Killed

By Chloé Benoist And Frank Andrews, Middle East Eye. -

On 25 October, Sudan's top general, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, declared a state of emergency in the country, ousting the government and detaining the country’s civilian leadership, including Prime [...]

Anti-Coup Groups Denounce Deal Between Military Junta And Former PM

By Wyatt Reed, Sputnik News. -

Hamdok was returned to his previous post Sunday following nearly a month spent under house arrest after Sudanese army chief Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan deposed the civilian government in a dramatic [...]

Masses Resist Sudan Coup

By Sara Flounders, Workers World. -

U.S. imperialism is intensely involved behind the scenes in an effort to sabotage the revolutionary struggle arising in this strategic African country. The U.S. can draw on its vast financial [...]

Stand With The People Of Sudan

By Black Alliance for Peace. -

We are clear that the training of African police and military by the US and its NATO allies, in counter insurgency measures to confront the mass uprisings against repression, as taking place  [...]

‘March Of Millions’ In Sudan Revives Spirit Of December Revolution

By Pavan Kulkarni, People's Dispatch. -

Demanding a full transfer of state power from military to civilian authority, millions of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets in a show of force in cities and towns across Sudan on [...]

Sudan: The Second Wave Of Revolt

By Sara Abbas, Red Pepper. -

The second wave of revolts in the Middle East and North Africa (the ‘MENA’ region) began in Sudan, in December 2018. This is interesting when looked at in the context of a decade of dissent in [...]

Bullets Are Not The Seeds Of Life

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

On 9 October 2020, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the United Nations’ World Food Programme. In the citation for the award, the Norwegian Nobel Committee pointed to the ‘link between hunger [...]

Working To Protect Day And Night

By Staff, -

How did Nonviolent Peaceforce respond when South Sudanese women reported facing assault, harassment and robbery on their way to and from the market at night? Our peacekeepers came up with a [...]

2019 Protests From North, West, East And Southern Africa

2019 had her fair share of protests from North, West, East and Southern Africa. The reasons for these protests were largely political, followed by economic and then demand for human rights in [...]

Tens Of Thousands Rally Against Former Ruling Party In Sudan

By Khalid Abdelaziz, -

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Sudanese demonstrated in Khartoum and other cities on Monday to call for the former ruling party to be dissolved and for ex-officials to be put on trial. [...]

“We Are In The Next Phase Of The Struggle”

By Gabriel Moyssen, -

The negotiations between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition in Sudan—interrupted after the crackdown on protests in Khartoum on June 3—will resume towards the [...]

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