Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
“December Revolution’s rebirth”: Sit-ins mark new stage of protests against Sudan’s military junta

In the aftermath of the violent repression of protesters on June 30, sit-ins have been organized in various parts of Sudan even as the military junta tries to consolidate power

Daily Round-up | Sudanese opposition rejects military regime’s ‘democracy’ offer & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at stories from Sudan, protests in Panama, the ban on Ukraine’s communist party and the crisis of the British government

Sudan protests As protests continue in Sudan, resistance committees release a key charter

On February 28, the Khartoum Coordination of the Resistance Committees proposed the “Charter for the Establishment of the People’s Authority”, setting forth a militant roadmap to democracy

‘Mothers and Fathers March’ stands firmly behind Sudanese youth resisting coup leaders

Elderly people across Sudan took to the streets in a show of support for the youth who are resisting the military junta. Meanwhile, the neighborhood Resistance Committees are set to announce a united political vision for the country

Sudan protests 2 killed and 172 injured in 18th country-wide protests against military coup in Sudan

At least 15 barricades have been erected along the Sudan-Egypt highway to disrupt trade with the northern neighbor, known to be supporting the coup generals 

Sudanese forces kill protestors; march for Indigenous women in Canada and other stories

Today we look at the 18th round of anti-coup mass protests in Sudan, the annual march for Indigenous women, trans and Two Spirit people in Canada, and more

Ecuador court upholds Indigenous rights against oil, mining projects and other stories

Today we look at an Ecuador court ruling on Indigenous rights against extractive projects, ongoing anti-coup protests in Sudan, and more

Death toll continues to mount as pro-democracy protests rock Sudan

Amidst this country-wide civil rebellion, the military junta is speedily moving to reinstate the Islamist regime led by former dictator Omar al Bashir, who was ousted in April 2019

Sudan protest Resistance against military coup in Sudan continues despite crackdown

Despite increasing violence by the security forces, the US and its regional and Western allies as well as the UN have been calling for a dialogue. However, “No Negotiation, No Compromise, No Power-sharing” remains the slogan on the streets

Sudan protest UN and AU endorse Sudan’s coup government, the streets do not

Protesters are not convinced by the UN and AU’s position that democracy can be won by accepting a government where the real levers of power are held by the military while a cabinet of technocrats is paraded before the international community to maintain the facade of ‘joint military-civilian rule’   

Country-wide protests planned in Sudan on Thursday against prime minister’s capitulation to army chief 

Critics claim that the agreement has not alleviated the level of repression or laid the foundation of any framework in which a transition to democracy can be realized. It only amounts to prime minister Abdalla Hamdok’s complete capitulation to the army generals, they say

Mapping Faultlines: Sudan’s coup and strategy of destabilization in Africa

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha analyses the military coup in Sudan and its significance in the context of various conflicts occurring in the region