Sudan Massacre

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 […]

25 Jun 19
Not Just An Opinion

Electrical Trams in the streets of Kinshasa. The women of Goma being able to feel safe in their homes without fear of being dragged out by rebels to be raped. A GDP that rivals the likes of China. Electrical cars swooshing down the highways. An influx of tourists from all over the world land to […]

25 Jun 19
News Africa Now

June 24, 2019 (KHARTOUM) – In a thankful message released on Monday, the SPLM-N Agar deputy leader Yasir Arman said he had been detained in a refrigerated cell before to deport him to Juba. Arman waves the V for victory during a visit to the site protest on Monday evening 27 May 2019 (ST Photo) […]

25 Jun 19
DailyUpdates

Sudanese activists are struggling to document reports of mass rapes during a June 3 paramilitary crackdown on a Khartoum protest camp. But security fears coupled with Internet cuts are making it an uphill task. On the morning of June 3, Nahid Jabrallah was at a sprawling sit-in outside Sudan’s army headquarters in Khartoum when paramilitary troops descended […]

25 Jun 19
The Body Linguist

Too bad thats in German language but in German Parliament they even admittet that they cooperate with the #RSF but they have not heard of an, genocide or massacre til 11. of June. Thats the organization:https://t.co/7w1E4el2uC pic.twitter.com/khlQAavbju — Sudan🆙️Rising🇩🇪🇸🇩 (@Cre8Games) June 25, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/ladyniasan

25 Jun 19
Blog by Tanya

Every day, there is another article or media outlet reporting news and stories on tragic incidents or terrorist attacks worldwide. Many individuals choose to prioritize other tragedies over others, raising awareness for them rather than others, this may be simply due to their own ignorance, to the lack of media attention or what I believe […]

25 Jun 19
AFROINSIDER

June 24, 2019 (KHARTOUM) – In a thankful message released on Monday, the SPLM-N Agar deputy leader Yasir Arman said he had been detained in a refrigerated cell before to deport him to Juba. Arman waves the V for victory during a visit to the site protest on Monday evening 27 May 2019 (ST Photo) […]

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 […]

24 Jun 19
The London Free Press

Egypt’s first and last democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, died June 17, lying on the floor of the courtroom where they were trying him on yet more charges. (He was already serving several life sentences.) It was probably a heart attack, but according to witnesses they left him lying there for 20 minutes before medical […]

24 Jun 19
Africa Research Online

Despite a renewed peace deal signed in February, armed groups continue to commit atrocities. The Central African Republic (CAR)’s Special Criminal Court is deciding which cases it will begin hearing, eight months after its inauguration in Bangui, Radio France Internationale reports. The cases include human rights abuses and violations of international humanitarian law – including […]

24 Jun 19
Middle East Monitor

Sudanese security forces used violence to break up a protest in Khartoum on Monday by dozens of students demanding that the military council which ousted former president Omar Al-Bashir hands over power to civilians, reports Reuters. The demonstrators chanted “civilian, civilian” as they gathered in front of the National Ribat University in Burri neighbourhood near […]

24 Jun 19
Incendiary

by Zein Amari Months after President Omar Al-Bashir violently repressed protests against his rule, killing forty, now the military that deposed him has taken up the role of putting down the rebelling Sudanese masses. On June 19, 2019, the Transitional Military Council (TMC) said that it would hold negotiations with the opposition about a transfer […]

24 Jun 19
Jessica Davidson

Last time we looked at the archetypes and history of the Saturn Pluto Cycle. The current alignment is a conjunction, marking the start of a new cycle and a turning point in world history. Things are likely to be very different by the end of the 2020s, so in this post we’ll explore current events […]

24 Jun 19
Middle East Affairs

On a hot May evening, I was stuck at a traffic light in a small rickshaw on my way to the sit-in in front of the army headquarters in Khartoum, when the call to prayer rang loud, marking the time to break fast. I saw a member of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF – a […]