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  • Sudan Needs Help More Than Tweets
    Sudan Needs Help More Than Tweets

      For the past several weeks senior US administration officials from Mike Pompeo, John Bolton, Tibor Nagy as well as a number of congressmen have been busy tweeting about supporting Sudanese uprising and their aspi...

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  • People’s Guarantees   
    People’s Guarantees  

      For quite long time statements issued by regional and international bodies on Sudan have fallen into three categories: either expressing concerns and anxiety about what is going on in the country, or calling for ...

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  • Journey To Hope
    Journey To Hope

      Gradually Sudanese people are making their first steps towards the much deserved, costly civilian-led rule. It took more time of intensive peaceful pressure and almost double casualties that were endured to oust ...

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  • June 30 Mass Demonstration: The Game Changer
    June 30 Mass Demonstration: The Game Changer

        The June 30 mass demonstration calling for handing over power to a civilian-led government was significant in many aspects to the extent that it was called a game changer. It was the first mass demonstra...

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  • Accounts Of A Long Day
    Accounts Of A Long Day

      It is July again. An aborted coup attempt, led by a general called Hashim, looks like a new version of a similar event that took place 48 years ago, with slight difference. The first Hashim was able to hold on to...

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  • Talks, Talks… And More Talks
    Talks, Talks… And More Talks

      The delay in the much anticipated constitutional accord between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) that was scheduled for Friday, shows yet again how bumpy the part...

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  • How To Abort A Coup?
    How To Abort A Coup?

      It may be the fifth coup attempt that official announcement said it has been aborted since former President Omar Al-Bashir was removed from power in April. Though it is a serious issue, but people seem to have lo...

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