Monday, December 31, 2018

Protests Against The Rule Of Sudanse President Omar al-Bashir's Continue

Al Jazeera: Sudan police fire teargas, live ammunition at Khartoum protesters

Omar al-Bashir marks independence day in televised speech, as protesters continue to call for his resignation.

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas and live ammunition at hundreds of demonstrators in central Khartoum on Monday as demonstrators attempted to march to President Omar al-Bashir's palace calling on him to step down.

Crowds of men and women chanting "freedom, peace and justice" and "revolution is the people's choice" gathered in the capital's downtown area where they were quickly confronted by anti-riot police, witnesses told AFP.

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More News On The Growing Protests In Sudan

Security forces fire teargas at protesters in Khartoum: witnesses -- Reuters
Sudan riot police stop march on presidential palace -- AFP
Dozens have been killed by the regime. But Sudan’s protesters march on -- The Guardian
Chaos in Khartoum as Sudanese forces break up protest against Omar Al Bashir -- The National
Rights group urges Sudan to halt use of lethal force -- FOX News/AP
The uprising in Sudan may have started over bread prices, but it's really about so much more -- Yassmin Abdel-Magied, The Independent
Rebellion brewing in Sudan over Bashir rule -- East African
Anger over dictatorship, not bread, fueling Sudan uprising -- DW
Janjaweed, ghost squads and a divided nation: How Sudan's Bashir stays in power -- Yousra Elbagir and Nima Elbagir, CNN

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