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

Daily Round-up | ELN declares ceasefire in Colombia & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the ELN declaring a ceasefire in Colombia, protests in Sudan on the anniversary of the 2018 uprising, a strike in Palestine over the death of the prisoner, and a UK court the Rwanda deportation scheme

“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

Nepal ratifies $500M Millennium Challenge Corp. pact amid protests and other stories

Today we look at the Millennium Challenge Corporation pact ratified by Nepal, racism against African refugees trying to flee the war in Ukraine, and more

‘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

Sudanese forces kill 4, injure hundreds during 11th March of Millions and other stories

Today we look at violence against anti-coup protestors in Sudan, a court order allowing C.N. rail to pursue private prosecution of Indigenous activists, and more

Sudanese protesters vow to stay on the streets despite crackdown

At least 235 demonstrators were injured in a crackdown by Sudanese security forces on December 25 when people took to the streets in large numbers. The day marked two months since the military consolidated its power through a coup

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

Implementation of IMF and World Bank policies continues in Sudan

In the second part of the interview with Peoples Dispatch, Dr. Fathi Elfad of the Sudanese Communist Party talks about the legislative council that will soon be formed, the role of the military in foreign affairs and the need for solidarity with people’s movements

Where does the Sudanese Revolution stand today?

Dr. Fathi Elfad of the Sudanese Communist Party talks about the developments in Sudan over the past two years, the betrayal of the revolution by certain political forces and the party’s stand on the future

Sudan’s transitional government signs Abraham Accords normalizing ties with Israel

According to the deal Sudan will recognize Israel and will “normalize” relations with it. The UAE and Bahrain had signed the deal in September last year