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19 Apr 2019
Alaa Salah became the symbol of the protests in Sudan, standing for all the women who have been driving the movement forward. Could this demonstration of female force trigger an African Spring?
18 Apr 2019
It’s almost a week since Sudan’s long time president was ousted after months of protests. The situation remains chaotic with protestors saying they have been presented with mediocre solutions that do not meet their demands. Meanwhile, Bashir has reportedly been transferred to prison.
14 Apr 2019
Women take the lead in Sudan's uprising.
11 Apr 2019
Over the past days, thousands have defied violence to camp outside Sudan's Defense Ministry. Growing support within the army and police could tilt the campaign for al-Bashir's ouster in the cheering protesters' favor.
11 Apr 2019
Sudan's military is to make "an important statement" amid speculation of a coup against President Omar al-Bashir following months of protests.
8 Apr 2019
Is Sudan the new Algeria? Thousands protest calling for President Bashir to step down.
9 Mar 2019
Unrest in Sudan: The diaspora in Paris is keeping a close eye on events at home.
20 Jan 2019
Crisis in Sudan: A humanitarian emergency.
18 Jan 2019
Stone-throwing protesters clashed with Sudanese security forces in the capital Khartoum and three other cities on Thursday (January 17) and a child and a doctor were reported killed in the latest spasm of unrest over price rises and cash shortages that flared a month ago.
11 Jan 2019
Police use teargas on some of the largest protests in Sudan in recent weeks, at which at least three people died.
31 Dec 2018
Concern over the situation in Sudan has grown at the United Nations as deadly protests continue. Thousands of people have returned to the street to protest rising prices, shortages of basic commodities and a cash crunch.
3 Dec 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari has finally responded to canards making rounds that he died when he went for a medical treatment in the UK and was replaced by one Jubril from Sudan.

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