Sudan

Sudan: A Return to Business As Usual in Sudan?

It’s vital that the international community not abandon Sudan at this critical juncture Over the past three weeks, despite an internet shutdown and disruptions in mobile and text based communications, protesters in Sudan have found ways for their chants challenging the military’s Oct. 25 takeover to echo around the world. Even after facing bloody repression…

Sudan: Defiant Mass Marches Continue Across Sudan

Khartoum — Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in all parts of Sudan yesterday, rejecting any negotiation or partnership with the leaders of the coup, and rejecting the agreement signed in Khartoum yesterday between Gen Abdelfattah El Burhan, leader of the military junta, and Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, to return the…

Sudan: Military Sign Deal to Reinstate Ousted PM Hamdok

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is set to return to power in Sudan just weeks after being ousted by the country’s military. The military also pledged to free all political detainees. After weeks of negotiations, Sudan’s military leaders accepted a deal to reinstate Abdalla Hamdok as prime minister on Sunday. Hamdok, who was removed from power…

Sudan: Govt Switches on Internet After Court Order

Sudanese authorities on Thursday evening switched internet services back on, albeit partially. The internet has been off for the last three weeks. Telecom operators were authorised to turn on limited services, offering partial respite to locals who have been in the dark since October 25 when the military seized power and dissolved the transitional government…