Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf

26 Jun 19
Julia Belle

Let me start by saying I’m no African politics expert. It’s clear that I focus almost entirely on British politics (specifically elections, parliamentary procedures and Brexit). I had some comments and messages demanding that I write an explainer about the Sudan crisis because it’d be (and I quote) ‘white feminism at its peak’ if I […]

24 Jun 19
Sew Right Life

Hi Lovebugs, I apologize for the delay on this post but this is one that I have been wanting to share for the last week. I know we have been seeing lots of posts about the tourists dying in Dominican Republic and the speculation around the causes. And while the intrigue is going to be […]

23 Jun 19
The Raven Times

SUDAN, Africa’s third largest country , is in a midst of a political cricis after security forces opened fire on pro-democracy protestors in the capital, KHARTOUM. The current cricis is a conflict between pro-democracy civilians and the country’s security forces. OMAR HASAN AHMED AL- BASHIR, is a Sudanese politician who served as the seventh president […]

21 Jun 19
Neri Reads

Sudan is in a state of crisis. It has been for the last twenty-seven years. Since the pro-democracy protests broke out in December 2018, however, the tension has escalated between the protestors and the military council. The protests started in eastern Sudan last year over the financial crisis that was exacerbated by the government’s decision […]

15 Jun 19
youZe.lu

Throughout the last days, social media users around the world changed their profile picture to a simple blue pattern.  Why?

14 Jun 19
chillshaay

The information and cartoon images in support of Sudan have been floating around social media for the past few days, leading many to even change their profile picture to a specific shade of blue in honor of Mohamed Mattar who was killed trying to protect two women when security forces had raided a camp on […]

14 Jun 19
MommiNation

The recent news of everything happening in Sudan is absolutely heartbreaking!I’m sure we’ve all scrolled Instagram and seen posts, or we’ve gotten alerts from CNN and similar news apps but we want to pull it all together for you in one place so that you can understand what’s going on and support if you feel compelled.So let’s start from the top….

14 Jun 19
Wake Up End Time News

(CNN)What started as a protest against an authoritarian President in Sudan turned into jubilation and dancing on the streets this year after he was deposed. But instead of the new beginning that protesters had yearned for, months of chaos and bloodshed have followed and dominated news coverage worldwide. How did one of Africa’s largest nations […]

14 Jun 19
fox5sandiego.com

How did one of Africa’s largest nations go from ending a dictator’s brutal 30-year reign to deadly street crackdowns? Here are some answers.

14 Jun 19
WTKR.com

How did one of Africa’s largest nations go from ending a dictator’s brutal 30-year reign to deadly street crackdowns?

14 Jun 19
FOX 61

What started as a protest against an authoritarian President in Sudan turned into jubilation and dancing on the streets this year after he was deposed. But instead of the new beginning that protesters had yearned for, months of chaos and bloodshed have followed and dominated news coverage worldwide. How did one of Africa’s largest nations go […]

13 Jun 19
KFOR.com

[vemba-video id=”world/2019/06/10/sudan-civil-disobedience-military-protests-reem-abbas-sot-vpx.cnn”] What started as a protest against an authoritarian president in Sudan turned into jubilation and dancing on the streets this year after he was deposed but, instead of the new beginning that protesters had yearned for, months of chaos and bloodshed have followed and dominated news coverage worldwide. How did one of Africa’s largest […]