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AU says three-month freeze lifted after Khartoum installed a civilian government and named a new cabinet.
#HappeningNow, #Sudan Prime Minister Dr. Hamdok, addressing the @UN system:
In our history, this is the 3rd transition but this time the whole country was mobilized. #women & #Youth were at the frontline of this peace full process.#Freedom #Peace & #Justice shape our objectives pic.twitter.com/GZl5ZXvKVX
— Massimo Diana (@max_f_diana) September 7, 2019
In a major step for the country, Prime Minister Abdallah Hambdok has announced his Cabinet, following the ouster of Omar al-Bashir after 30 years in power. The country's new political dispensation was marred by deadly protests as citizens objected to the military council leadership until a coalition was formed between the military and civilians. Four…
A record number of Sudanese face a food crisis – https://t.co/m9DlQ5ujFq
— SudanUnlimited (@SudanUnlimited) September 6, 2019
Women in Darfur continue to be abused, sexually assaulted, harassed and killed, social researcher Ibtihal Ishag claims. She calls for concerted efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace in Darfur and the whole of Sudan.
The open sit-in of residents of Kalogi in South Kordofan has entered its second consecutive day in protest against the work of mining companies using cyanide and other toxins.
A solidarity march for peaceful coexistence between the Beni Amer and Nuba tribes reached Port Sudan from Kassala on Sunday evening. Violence between tribesmen in Port Sudan cost 34 lives a week ago, hundreds were injured.
Omer Mohamed Siddig presented his credentials as Sudan’s Permanent Representative to the UN on June 18, 2019, at a time when control of Sudan was fully in the hands of the Transitional Military Council (TMC)—and two weeks after the TMC-orchestrated “June 3 Massacre.”
Martyr Bakri Ahmed Bakri's brother pic.twitter.com/Ndmrx1mP68
— Assil Diab (@sudalove_) September 1, 2019