Sudan

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The Guardian view on Sudan: yes, it was a coup. No, it isn’t over | Editorial
Editorial: Though the deposed civilian prime minister has returned, the military is still calling the shots

Editorial

02, Dec, 2021 @6:42 PM

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Sudanese PM’s release is only small step in resolving crisis
Analysis: deal satisfies some international demands but route to democratic transition after fall of Omar al-Bashir remains unclear

Peter Beaumont

21, Nov, 2021 @4:25 PM

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Sudan pro-democracy activists call for escalation after lethal crackdown
Demonstrations against military coup expected to continue after 15 protesters reportedly killed in a day

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Peter Beaumont

18, Nov, 2021 @3:03 PM

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From Nicaragua to China, reckless autocrats betray the promises of revolution
Freedom and progress are hard won, and any gains made are all too often lost by a single, self-aggrandising individual

Simon Tisdall

14, Nov, 2021 @7:30 AM

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Sudan security forces kill at least 5 as protesters defy shutdown
Teargas and live bullets used to break up demonstration in Khartoum against the military coup

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Emma Graham-Harrison

13, Nov, 2021 @6:39 PM

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You Will Die at Twenty review – a parable about the dangers of blind faith
Sudan’s first Oscar entry, about a boy destined to die young, is warmed by compassion and gorgeous, dreamy imagery

Cath Clarke

08, Nov, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Immigration officers contributed to death of asylum seeker, inquest finds
Mustafa Dawood, 23, fell through roof while fleeing officers at carwash in Newport, south Wales, in 2018

Diane Taylor

05, Nov, 2021 @5:48 PM

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Sudanese bankers stage ‘revolutionary’ strike after military coup
Severe cash shortages, fluctuating prices and protests rife after dissolution of civilian government

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Patrick Wintour

02, Nov, 2021 @10:46 AM

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Sudan’s coup has shattered the hopes of its 2019 revolution | Nesrine Malik
Mercenaries, the army and Bashir-era business interests have seized control and will sell the country’s resources to the highest bidder, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

02, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Sudan democracy march: three protesters killed as security forces open fire
Pro-coup forces reportedly use live ammunition and teargas in Khartoum and Omdurman

Peter Beaumont and Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum

30, Oct, 2021 @5:30 PM

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Violent abductions target Sudanese civilians in aftermath of coup
Dozens of politicians, journalists and activists have been swept up by army officers since takeover

Zeinab Mohammed Salihin Khartoum

28, Oct, 2021 @12:14 PM

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Sudan coup: deposed PM allowed home as general says politicians ‘stir up strife’
Some ministers remain in detention and could face trial for inciting rebellion, says Gen Abdel-Fattah Burhan

Peter Beaumont and agencies

27, Oct, 2021 @5:23 PM

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