At least 10 people were killed and over 180 injured as the security apparatus cracked down Sunday’s march marking the anniversary of the 1989 coup that brought ex-president Omar al-Bashir to power
Protest group says that the civil disobedience will continue till the military junta steps down and makes way for civilian rule
The Sudanese Professionals Association is deeming the events a “bloody massacre”, and has called for a “total civil disobedience”, and vowed “we will not retreat”.
Despite heavy police repression, the strike saw widespread participation from workers across sectors in Sudan
Over the past few days, Sudan has seen the largest demonstrations since December 19. The strategy of the protesters to march to the army headquarters seems to be working as soldiers have come out to defend them against State forces.