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#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 7-8, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   NCP figure warns against ignoring youths in political dialogue – SudanTribune A leading figure in Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) said that while violent protests that broke out this month may have subsided on the...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 5-6, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Head of doctors’ union taken into custody by Sudanese security – SudanTribune Sudan’s security forces have briefly detained the head of Sudan Doctors’ Union (SDU) Ahmed Al-Sheikh, from his office in down town Khartoum on...

Special #SudanRevolts – September 28, 2013 to October 3, 2013

Special #SudanRevolts – September 28, 2013 to October 3, 2013

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed. Top Stories concern exclusively recent events in Sudan. Below, the News Roundups we published this week: - Press has a duty to inform on #SudanRevolts, and so have we. - #SudanRevolts – News roundup September 28-29,...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 3, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Sudanese president officially signs off on increasing minimum wage – Sudan Tribune The Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir issued a decree to implement a unified structure of remuneration for the year 2013 and approved...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 2, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Reign of Terror in Sudan: How the Government is Trying to Quell the Protests – Sudan Democracy First Group Since the beginning if the current protests in Sudan on Monday, 23 September, 2013, the Sudanese  government has...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup October 1, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   Will Sudan’s Bashir step down? by Abdul Rahman Rashid Ignoring the fact that in terms of land area, Sudan was the biggest of the Arab countries, he sold one-third of Sudan to enable the establishment of the Republic of South Sudan...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup September 30, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts:   On the Brink in Sudan, by David L. Phillips and Ahmed Hussain Adam A spiral of deadly violence engulfed Sudan last week. Nearly 200 peaceful protesters were killed in protests that started in Darfur and swept across the country,...

#SudanRevolts – News roundup September 28-29, 2013

Must-read articles and tweets on #SudanRevolts: September 29, 2013 Update on Martyrs’ Friday Sept. 27, 2013 – Girifna On Thursday, September 26, calls started appearing on social media urging citizens to protest all over Sudan on what was called Martyrs’ Friday– a day to...

Press has a duty to inform on #SudanRevolts, and so have we.

Demonstrations are taking place since last week in Sudan. Unfortunately, and without surprise, media coverage has been scant and some reports even omitted to mention some important information on the root causes motivating the protests. For a week now (and since a long time, our interest...

Uprising in Sudan: Protests Test Bashir, Internet Blackout, Brutal suppression of protests…

Uprising in Sudan: Protests Test Bashir, Internet Blackout, Brutal suppression of protests…

Our weekly round-up of must-read stories you might have missed. This week,  Top Stories concern exclusively recent events in Sudan: The Sudanese are doing it again “Graphic” by Zeinobia; Uprising in Sudan: What we know now by Eric Reeves; Rising Death Toll of Peaceful Protesters and...




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