Sudanese take to the streets in anti-coup protests.

A protester was reportedly killed as security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas in Khartoum. Updated by Faith Barbara Namagembe at 1032 EAT on Thursday 7 2022. Thousands of Sudanese marched in the capital, Khartoum, and other cities against the military coup last October that plunged the African country into political turmoil and aggravated…

Sudan protesters block Road to egypt.

The ongoing closure of the highway connecting Sudan to Egypt by the Sudanese resistance committees of the north has entered its ninth day. Sudanese protesters in the northern state have erected several barricades along the road connecting the two countries and have disrupted the movement of Egyptian-owned vehicles returning to Egypt with Sudanese livestock or…

Several protesters killed in Sudan.

Security forces kill several protesters, medics and activists say, as thousands demonstrate against military coup. By Faith Barbara Namagembe Updated at 1045 EAT on 18 January 2022. Sudanese security forces have killed at least three protesters during rallies against last year’s military coup, medics and an activist have said, before a visit by US diplomats…

Thousands hold protests in Sudan

FILE PHOTO: Protesters march on a street in Khartoum, Sudan. Thousands of Sudanese protesters took to the streets on Thursday in the capital Khartoum and other cities in new and increasingly regular demonstrations to demand civilian rule in the country. Protesters gathered in Khartoum and tried to reach the presidential palace, eyewitnesses told Xinhua. The…

Death toll raises as several people are killed in Sudan.

By Faith Barbara Namagembe Updated at 2330 EAT on 6 Jan 2022. Security forces kill three protesters as thousands gather across Sudan in first rallies since Abdalla Hamdok’s resignation as prime minister. Sudanese security forces have killed at least three anti-coup protesters, medics and an activist have said, as thousands of people rallied across Sudan…

Sudan PM Hamdok resigns.

Hamdok resigns less than two months after he signed a political agreement with the military following the October 25 coup. By Faith Barbara Namagembe Updated at 0639 EAT on 03 January 2022. Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has resigned amid political deadlock following a military coup that derailed the country’s fragile transition to democracy. In…

Tear gas fired at protesters in Khartoum

Thousands by Faith Barbara Namagembe Updated at 1843 EAT on 02 January 2022. Published On 2 Jan 20222 Jan 2022 Security forces have fired tear gas at thousands of protesters in Sudan’s capital Khartoum, televised images show, as demonstrators march towards the presidential palace in the 12th round of major protests since a coup on…

Anti-Coup protester killed in Sudan, Medics Say.

By Faith Barbara Namagembe published On 13 Nov 2021 Updated at 1753 EAT Protests come two days after coup leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan reappointed himself head of the Sovereign Council. Sudanese security forces have killed one anti-coup protester and wounded others during a crackdown on renewed pro-democracy protests, according to an independent union of medics. “One…

Here is what took place in Sudan.

By Faith Barbara Namagembe, Hicginewsagency Updated 0751 EAT October 26 2021. Sudan has descended into crisis after the military dissolved  the country’s power-sharing government and declared a state of emergency on Monday.The move has crushed hopes for a peaceful transition of power following the ousting of former President Omar al-Bashir in 2019. What’s going on in…