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Sudan’s revolutionary forces reject transition deal, vow to continue resistance

The Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) and Sudan’s military junta have signed an initial framework agreement for a ‘civilian-led’ transition. However, the agreement has been rejected by the country’s revolutionary forces as a betrayal of the December Revolution

Sudan protests A year after military coup in Sudan, pro-democracy protesters reiterate call of “No Compromise!”

While right-wing parties negotiate with the army to reach a power-sharing agreement coalesced by the US, the streets show the people’s determination to overthrow the junta, argues the Sudanese Communist Party (SCP)  

Sudan tribal conflicts Blood-letting in the Blue Nile: ‘Tribal wars’ triggered for the survival of Sudan’s military junta?

The junta in Sudan is deliberately dragging the country toward civil war by provoking tribal conflicts across the border States, warn communist activists and members of resistance committees

Sudan’s emergency has been ‘lifted’ but protesters continue to face repression

While international bodies, including the EU and UN, have welcomed the lifting of the state of emergency, little has changed on the ground, according to pro-democracy activists

76 pro-democracy protesters killed in three months since the coup in Sudan

Three more protesters were shot dead and dozens were wounded by the security forces during the country-wide demonstrations against the coup on January 24. Protesters continue to barricade several neighborhoods and main roads.

At least 14 killed after Saudi-led coalition launches raids on Sana’a and other stories

Today we look Saudi coalition air raids in Yemen after a Houthi attack on Abu Dhabi, violent attacks on anti-coup protestors in Sudan, and more

Leftist Gabriel Boric wins Chile’s key presidential election and other stories

Today we look at the results of Chile’s presidential elections, mass protests in Sudan on the 3rd anniversary of the December Revolution, and more

Darfur violence, Sudan Over 83,000 displaced due to violence in Sudan’s Darfur region: OCHA

Among the multiple factors driving the violence are alleged mining interests, contest over land and water, and the attempt to end the war with a power-sharing deal between the leadership of the fighting parties without addressing the root causes or involving the communities

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

Sudan coup Sudan’s anti-coup protesters reject agreement to reinstate prime minister Abdalla Hamdok 

By agreeing to pick a new cabinet of technocrats devoid of all representation from civilian political parties, PM Hamdok has lost support of all sections of the protesters and most political parties

Vaccine maker BioNTech to build mRNA facilities in Rwanda and Senegal and other stories

Today we look at a deal between BioNTech and Rwanda to set up an mRNA plant, continued protests against the military coup in Sudan, and more