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Crisis In Sudan – Paramilitary Opens Fire On Pro-Democracy Group

Sudan currently faces a political crisis after paramilitary forces opened fire on pro-democracy protestors. According to the New York Times, at least 108 demonstrators have been killed along with hundreds of others injured in Khartoum on Monday. The paramilitary troops consist of a seven-member Transitional Military Council (TMC) led by […]


Sudan’s Tiananmen Moment: Democracy Protestors Murdered And Dumped In Nile

Peaceful pro-democracy protestors have been slaughtered in Sudan’s capital Khartoum following the breakdown of talks between military and civilian leaders, regarding the transition to civilian authority and democratic elections, triggered by the usurpation of long-standing dictator Omar Hassan al-Bashir in April. Al-Bashir’s 30-year grip on the country was terminated by […]


African Union Suspends Sudanese Membership Following Attacks On Civilians

The African Union (AU) has suspended Sudan’s membership with immediate effect following a brutal crackdown Monday on peaceful protests in the capital. According to international sources, such as Amnesty International and Al Jazeera, more than 500 were injured and over 100 confirmed killed. In a flagrant abuse of human rights, […]


Three Months Later, Sudanese Military Escalates Violent Repression of Protests

The Sudanese military opened fire on protesters on Monday, June 3rd, in an attempt to disperse protesters’ longstanding occupation of the Defence Ministry headquarters in Khartoum. After tear gas and sound grenades were unsuccessful in dissolving crowds, the military eventually resorted to live ammunition, blocking the exits of the sit-in […]