🇸🇩 Sudan protests: Amnesty 🇸🇩Sudan protesters torch ruling 2 days ago   02:29

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Sudanese security forces have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of people taking part in anti-government protests in the capital Khartoum and other parts of the country.

Rights groups have accused Sudan's government of resorting to using excessive force against demonstrators, including some who were receiving medical treatment at a hospital in Omdurman.


Al Jazeera’s Priyanka Gupta reports

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Comments 88 Comments

Kush Nubian
Omar-albashir obistinate refusing to step down will or perhaps fell the country into guerrilla warfare.
under no circumstance should this regime has the right to storm his own people with live anmunition in a barabric way?
SohaiL Rehman
*PEACE PEACE PEACE WE NEED PEACE PLZ STOP VOILATION*
Free Thought
Here is the truth, all these protests are engineered by those who are currently blockading Qatar. The reason why is because Sudan is not hostile towards Qatar and Sudan has allowed Turkey to take a 99 year lease on Suakin, Sudan to rebuild infrastructure.
ghouse mohiuddin
Amnesty international what was it is doing when US forces bombed the hospital's?
Mohd Shafiq
free malaysia free sudan
Mohd Shafiq
down mahathir down bashir
guy Location
This is ISLAM..
No dignity, No humanity, No future
Syed Ahmed
1:40 Gets up and does a dance when people want him out. He is in power for three decades and does not want to go. When are dictators going to learn they ruin their countries because they are against a viable system to freely elect new leadership.
king zack
Ahhh dont these people not get tired of this “uprising” cycle...first Somalia Iraq, then Libya, syria and now Sudan? couple years after this president is overthrown and a new extremist group emerges and the country becomes lawless people will be looking back at these times and regret why they overthrew their president😏
Shakaking 24
At this rate Sudan will become the new Syria.
Alex K
This is the result of corruption, foreign powers have started Arab Spring, to make Sudan like IRAQ, SYRIYA & LIBIYA
Dele Brasov
Zionist bringing instability in Sudan...
Watch out the people of sudan.
Janet Novac
Lets hope this despotic war criminals days are numbered and he's removed, and his tyrannical sharia law, that still has stoning on the law books.
Shahbaz
Another false flag like Syria.
Shanin Coffer
The pride will cause the lies to fly now
Aman Andom
Dictators always want to take the country down with them. Need to be SMART. NEED ONE MAN ONE BULLET RIGHT ON THE HEAD OF OUR DICTATORS IN HORN OF AFRICA. ( ERITREA SUDAN EGYPT). Ethiopia has done it we need to follow.
Gaus Malik
It's new false flag like Syria...
ورقةً بن نوفل القرشي
We need new government and new constitution and new religion in Sudan we are very rich nation in resources and history but basheer and his moslem sharea law is the main problem in Sudan .
JEWS ARE EVIL LONG LIVE PALESTINE
Who else pees on the side of the toilet to make less noise?
Mati Velázquez
_And where's the Ikhwan and the Saudis with their moderate rebels to save the Sudanese democracy?_
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🇸🇩Sudan protesters torch ruling 🇸🇩 Sudan protests: Amnesty 2 days ago   02:07

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Protesters in Sudan have set fire to the ruling party's offices as part of a series of demonstrations against rising bread prices and shortages of fuel, both subsidised by the government.

Images circulating on social media showed the ruling National Conference Party's offices in Atbara, some 320km north of the capital Khartoum, being set on fire, while other fires were scattered across the streets at the centre of the protests.

Residents told Al Jazeera that the protests were triggered after bread prices increased from one Sudanese pound ($0.02) to three Sudanese pounds ($0.063).

The protests, which also broke out in the city of Port Sudan, the capital of Red Sea state, saw demonstrators call for the "overthrow of the regime", a slogan that was common during the Arab Spring uprisings that swept through the region in 2011.

Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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