Omar al-Bashir
Massive crackdown on protesters in Sudan

A week before the December 26 protests, nearly 500 people were injured on December 19 when security forces attacked demonstrators who were commemorating the fourth anniversary of the Sudanese Revolution

Hundreds more injured in anti-coup protests in Sudan as December Revolution enters fifth year

Attempts by the alliance of foreign powers, domestic right-wing parties and the military junta to consolidate an authoritarian state in Sudan will be defeated by mass-movements, insists the Sudanese Communist Party

Sudan Darfur armed attacks At least 49 killed in armed attacks in Sudan’s West Darfur over the past week

Earlier major armed attacks by the Janjaweed militias in the last week of April had targeted West Darfur’s Kereinik town and the capital city of El Geneina, killing at least 200 and displacing around 100,000

Sudan Darfur armed attacks “Security situation in Darfur remains very dangerous”

Reiterating the call for a UN force to protect the displaced who have been “left at the mercy of militias,” Adam Rojal, spokesperson of Darfur’s refugees and IDPs, told Peoples Dispatch that violence in Darfur is part of the military junta’s campaign “to kill the surviving victims of genocide and war crimes” 

Aid group condemns junta-backed militia for attack in Sudan’s Darfur and other stories

Today we look at renewed attacks on communities in Darfur, Sudan; the results of France’s presidential runoff election, and more

Hundreds killed in wave of attacks in Sudan’s Darfur region and other stories

Today we look at recent armed violence in Sudan’s Darfur region, an agreement between a migrant caravan and the Mexican government, 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’s streets resound with call for complete civilian control

Following the coup in Sudan, various international bodies and western powers have called for the restoration of the transitional government in which the military and political parties shared power. However, protesters on the streets are demanding a full-fledged civilian government

‘March of Millions’ in Sudan revives spirit of December Revolution

While declaring their readiness to confront the military, the revolutionary forces which mobilized for the protests also made it clear that they no longer trust the centrist and right-wing civilian political parties sharing power with the military to mediate this confrontation.

Protestors demand civilian-led democratic transition in Sudan and other stories

Today we look at mass protests in Sudan to demand a civilian-led democratic transition, the blocking of medical supplies to Venezuela by Portuguese bank Novo Banco, and more

Sudan protests Protesters in Sudan demand exclusive civilian control of transitional government 

Following a failed coup attempt last week, political parties in Sudan have accused the military of trying to take full control of the transitional government formed in 2019. The transitional government is made up of both civilian and military members

In the aftermath of coup attempt, Sudan’s revolutionary forces intensify mobilization

In the aftermath of the coup attempt by a section of the military on September 21, its commander and the de-facto president of Sudan accused the civilian government of creating the conditions for discontent. However, protesters on the ground see this as laying the grounds for a military takeover