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5 Dec
The United States and allies Monday welcomed the signing of an initial deal between Sudan's military and civilian leaders to end a political crisis sparked last year by a coup.
5 Jul 2022
Sudan's main civilian bloc, the Forces for Freedom and Change, Tuesday rejected a proposal by the country's coup leader to make way for civilian rule and urged more protests. Army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, whose power grab last October ousted the FFC, had vowed Monday to "make room" for civilian powers to form a new…
8 Mar 2022
Sudanese security forces arrested a senior opposition leader Tuesday, as officers fired tear gas to stop thousands of protesters rallying against last year's military coup, an AFP correspondent said. The demonstrations were the latest since an October 25 military takeover led by army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, which was followed by a broadening crackdown on…
30 Jan 2022
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas in Khartoum on Sunday at thousands protesting for civilian rule and against a military coup that took place last year, an AFP correspondent said.
9 Jan 2022
Security forces fired tear gas Sunday as thousands rallied in Sudan's capital Khartoum and a neighbouring city, witnesses said, keeping up pressure on the military following a coup 11 weeks ago.
6 Jan 2022
Thousands of Sudanese took to the streets of Khartoum and other cities Thursday to protest against the military, which led a coup more than two months ago, witnesses said.
3 Jan 2022
Sudan's civilian Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigned Sunday, more than two months after a coup and following another deadly crackdown on protesters, with the military now firmly in control.
19 Dec 2021
Tens of thousands of Sudanese protesters rallied Sunday to mark three years since the start of mass demonstrations that led to the ouster of strongman Omar al-Bashir, as fears mount for the democratic transition.
5 Dec 2021
Sudan's top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan on Sunday denied that military and paramilitary members of the transitional administration could run for the country's July 2023 elections.
18 Nov 2021
Sudanese security forces fired teargas Thursday at anti-coup protesters who had stayed on the streets of northern Khartoum a day after 15 people were killed, witnesses said.
11 Nov 2021
In order to stop megalomaniac officers like Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan from seizing political power at gun-point, upsetting the apple cat and returning the African continent to the dark ages, should citizens own guns?
31 Oct 2021
Sudanese anti-coup protesters on Sunday manned barricades in Khartoum a day after a deadly crackdown on mass rallies, as a defiant civil disobedience campaign against the military takeover entered its seventh day.


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An explosion at a chocolate factory in the US state of Pennsylvania has killed two people and left nine others missing, according to local media.
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An anonymous emergency telephone call on Friday led authorities to halt a train that contained a group of "suffocating" migrants, two of whom were dead, police in Texas said. The US Border Patrol stopped the train east of Knippa, a small community in southern Texas near the city of San Antonio, police said. "Approximately 15…
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The death toll from retaliatory US strikes on Iran-linked groups in Syria following a deadly drone attack has risen to 19, a war monitor said Saturday, as Washington insisted it is not seeking conflict with Tehran. Further rocket attacks by Iran-backed militias took place late Friday, prompting more strikes by coalition warplanes, the Syrian Observatory…