TOPIC Sudan protests 2018/2019
Sudan’s revolution 1 year on: Families of disappeared, martyrs still wait for justice
Mohammed Amin | Military members of the government, especially Hemedti, are likely responsible for the violence.
Sudan peace negotiations up for grabs: How Hemedti is exerting influence in negotiations in Juba
Mohamed al-Amin | Sudan's Sovereign Council announced that direct talks would be postponed until February.
Detox | Issue 10: Burning manuscripts, empty landscapes and the fear of forgetting
"I’m still praying that time will be fair to us and that everything we’ve done won’t be in vain."
Sudan opposition rejects committee report blaming sit-in attack on rogue security officers
Protesters rejected the report as an attempt to shield the military council from responsibility
Thousands fill Khartoum streets in ‘millions march’, driven back by security forces under gunfire, tear gas
Security forces fired teargas at protesters who continued to press on toward the presidential palace
Scenes from a protest camp dispersed
This won’t deter me from continuing what we started: a revolution to build the Sudan we want
Ethiopian bid for mediation, African Union suspension trouble Egypt’s play for role in Sudan’s transition
Egypt is an eager mediator in Sudan but its position is contested by Ethiopia and Kenya
Who are the key actors behind Sudan’s moment of violence?
Mada Masr presents some context on the different players in the developments on the ground in Sudan
After the violent dispersal of the Khartoum sit-in: Revolutionaries block roads, start civil disobedience
Protesters put up barricades on thousands of kilometers of roads after the violent sit-in dispersal
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Reem Abbas
This straw will drown us: On Sudan’s normalization with Israel
The proponents of normalization argue that this step favors Sudan’s interests without explaining how
Alaa Abd El Fattah
Advice for revolutionaries
Unsolicited advice is generally more a form of nostalgia than a practical position
Nesrine Malik
A desperate Bashir
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir seems to be running out time — and money
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Protesters take to streets after Sudanese PM survives assassination attempt
Militant cell linked to Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt accused of plotting attack in Khartoum
Hundreds of Sudanese security forces rebel against dissolution amid security tension in Khartoum
Over 30 killed after Sudanese paramilitaries violently disperse protest sit-in in Khartoum
Sudan’s military council: Government to be civilian except for defense and interior ministries, will not extradite Bashir to ICC
Source: Arrest of soldier for participating in anti-Bashir protests sparks clashes between security, Armed Forces in Port Sudan
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