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
In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the protests in Sudan, the end of the national strike in Ecuador, the extension of the eviction moratorium in Brazil, and verdicts on abortion two US states
Three more protesters were shot dead and dozens were wounded by the security forces during the country-wide demonstrations against the coup on January 24. Protesters continue to barricade several neighborhoods and main roads.
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Country-wide marches in Sudan on October 30 marked a major escalation in the mass resistance against the military coup. Protesters, who until then were mostly confined to neighborhoods, took over the main roads and highways, paralyzing all transport.
Today we look at protests in Sudan following a military-led coup, the transfer of jailed Indian activist Gautam Navlakha to a high security barrack, and more
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.
The mobilizations came right after the IMF approved a 2.5 billion dollar loan and debt relief of 56 million dollars on June 30.
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Hundreds of protesters were seen carrying the national flag and banners as they marched across the capital Khartoum to the cabinet building and the public prosecutor’s office