Following the assassination attempt, leaders of the Sudanese revolution called on their supporters to take to streets in a show of unity and cohesion, and to “protect the transitional authority”
We look at the protests in Sudan commemorating 6 months of the Khartoum massacre, construction worker’s protest in India and a healthcare professionals’ protest in Argentina.
On October 21, tens of thousands of Sudanese took to the streets, demanding a ban on the party of ousted president Omar al-Bashir and justice for the victims of the June 3 massacre
Four were killed and several were injured when Sudanese security forces shot at protesters in the city of Al-Abyad
Protesters are concerned that justice for those who were attacked during the protests is impossible unless the military lays down power
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