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Military authorities in Sudan have lifted an internet blackout, allowing people to upload videos of last month’s violent crackdown.
It’s raised hopes there’ll be a peaceful end to the country’s political crisis.
Tens of thousands of people are protesting across Sudan.
When mass demonstrations in the spring led to the downfall of Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir, protesters hoped for a peaceful transition to civilian rule. But since then, the backlash has been brutal. Hundreds have died or gone missing. One man has tightened his grip on power through the most brutal arm of the state, known as the…
A second day of nationwide strikes across Sudan has brought the country to a relative standstill.
Activists in Sudan say at least 100 people have died after a violent military crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators.
Activists in Sudan say at least 27 people have been killed after security forces launched an assault on a camp at the centre of the country’s protest movement in Khartoum, sending activists running for cover to escape the gunfire.
Protesters in Sudan say their overnight sit-ins have been attacked by security forces, sparking clashes during the night which reportedly left five people dead and 200 others hurt.
One protester has been killed and several others have been injured in Sudan’s Darfur region – after security forces opened fire on a sit-in protest in the town of Nyala yesterday.
Protest leaders in Sudan say they’ll name a new civilian body this weekend – which they hope will take over power from the country’s ruling military council.
Omar al-Bashir was toppled in a coup last week and the military has tried to be seen to act swiftly against officials and former supporters of the regime.
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