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Sudan: Deadly crackdown probe results spark fresh protests

A Sudanese investigation said that 87 people were killed when security forces broke up a protest in June. The probe's death toll sparked fresh anger

Sudan: A chance for the AU to refine support for countries in crisis

The killing of protesters by the Sudanese military signifies its reluctance to hand over power, as demanded by the African Union

Sudan military offers to talk after 60 die in protest crackdown

Hospitals in Khartoum said they were struggling to cope with the number of wounded after security forces launched a deadly raid on Monday

Sudan braces for strike as protesters pile on pressure

​Sudan is bracing for a two-day nationwide strike from Tuesday called by protesters to pile pressure on the military

Sudan talks resume after shootings cloud breakthrough

The protest movement is demanding a civilian-led transition after 30 years of ironfisted rule by former president Omar al-Bashir

Sudan protesters threaten civil disobedience after army delays

Thousands of people remain camped outside the military headquarters in Khartoum nearly four weeks after the armed forces toppled Omar al-Bashir

How Sudan’s economic crisis had a role in protests that toppled al-Bashir

The immediate cause of the economic crisis that brought many thousands of Sudanese onto the streets lay in the structure of the economy itself

Sudan army rulers, protest leaders differ on joint council make-up

The talks came after the two sides on Saturday agreed to form a joint civilian-military body to rule the northeast African country

The internal — and external — factors that will shape Sudan’s political transition

People in Sudan are determined to provide a new political path and need to guide candidates who want to lead the country

Tshwane residents join nationwide protest action

Residents of the nation’s capital have joined other parts of the country in protest against corruption and a lack of service delivery.

Sudan is Africa’s secret crisis

Having long failed to establish a stable political system, the government of President al-Bashir has presided over a prolonged economic crisis

Sudan protesters remain resilient, but Bashir unbowed

As the protest campaign against Bashir's regime enters its third month on Tuesday, demonstrators are pressing on with rallies

Protesters vow to overthrow Sudanese government

Deadly protests have rocked Sudan since December, with people calling for an end to Bashir’s three decades in power

No word from Haiti’s president as fear paralyses capital

Sporadic gunfire echoed through the streets of Port-au-Prince on Monday as the government remained silent in the face of protests

The European Union has failed on Zimbabwe — but it’s not too late to change course

In less than a month, the European Union will meet to discuss its Zimbabwe policy. So far, Europe’s approach has been a frustrating failure

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