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my friend mudawi tortured in sudan

My friend Mudawi Tortured in Sudan By Andrew Anderson My friend Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam is currently chained by hands and feet to a wall in Kober Prison in Khartoum. He has been badly beaten. He started a hunger strike on Sunday in protest at his detention without access to …

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*new realities on the sudanese political landscape.*

*Hereby is the full document, there  was some missing parts yesterday* *NEW REALITIES ON THE SUDANESE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE.* *Peace, Democracy and Nation Building Challenges.* I would like to express my deep gratitude to the Norwegian people and the Norwegian Government for their continuous humanitarian support to the people of the …

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important statement – today 9th of jan 2017 at 6;00 am

Important statement Today 9th of Jan 2017 at 6;00 am, National congress party (NCP) forces and militias in Blue Nile region attacked SPLM/N controlled area of Arum, the fighting is continue up to the moment  we are releasing this statement, by this attack the regime in Khartoum has violated its own …

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In the name of of Allah the Merciful

    In the name of of Allah the Merciful I am the wife Allwaleed Imam Hassan Taha arrested in Saudi Arabia, I appeal to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince and all international humanitarian organizations and regional working in the field of human rights, and …

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*Saudi authorities arrested*

*Saudi authorities arrested* *Mr. Aladdin alldefinah* Of underlying is not the first and will not be the last Saudi authorities have been active in recent times against the arrest of Sudanese opponents of the government, and because of the security agreement between the Government of Sudan and the Saudi monarchy …

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Sudan opposition calls for 3-day strike over fuel prices

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Sudan opposition calls for 3-day strike over fuel prices

Dailymail

Leading Sudanese opposition groups on Saturday called for a three-day nationwide strike against fuel subsidy cuts even as security forces cracked down on activists in a bid to quell sporadic protests.

The authorities announced a 30-percent hike in petrol and diesel prices this month that has led to a stiff rise in the cost of other goods, including medicines.

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Supplementary Report No (4) The ongoing Genocide in Darfur despite Compelling reports of Chemical Weapons use by Khartoum

Supplementary Report No (4)

The ongoing Genocide in Darfur despite Compelling reports of Chemical Weapons use by Khartoum

Preamble

The appendix report No (4) is the latest report in a series of fact finding issued by the Sudan Liberation Movement led by Abdul Wahid Mohammed Ahmed Al-Nour documenting the latest state-

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1- Mohammed Abaker, nickname wad Tindou

1-      Mohammed Abaker, nickname wad Tindou

-         On 2ed of November 2016, 6 armed Border Guards militias driving in Land cruiser Killed a livestock trader  inside the market of Mershing in South Darfur and fled to unknown destination the name of the murdered trader is:-

1-      Abdul Karim Adam Ismail

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Sudan Liberation Movement/Army Response to Head of UNAMID’S Press Release


Sudan Liberation Movement/Army Response to Head of UNAMID’S Press Release

When the Sudan Liberation Movement led by Minni  Minnawi (SLM-MM), Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North( SPLM-N) and  Justice and Equality Movement (JEM); on 31st of October 2016 joinetly delcared tripartite extension of unilateral cessation of hostilities; the UNAMID’s Joint Special

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*NISS launches arrests against the leaders of the Sudan Congress Party following its peaceful campaign against the increase of prices*

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*NISS launches arrests against the leaders of the Sudan Congress Party following its peaceful campaign against the increase of prices*

Nov 5th 2016

The National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) launched an arrest campaign following public resistance to the decisions announced by the Council of Minsters in the evening of Thursday Nov 3rd.
On Friday November 4th, at 16:00, a force from NISS arrested Mr. Khalid Omer Yousif, 37 years old, the deputy of the Sudan Congress party (SCP). A force of five NISS personnel in a car stopped him near his house while he was driving his daughters, NISS force stopped the car and asked Khalid to come with them, they took the car keys as well as his phone and drove his daughters home. His whereabouts remain unknown.
Mr. Yousif had delivered a public talk in Al Deim area in Khartoum earlier that day.

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ثاني أيام الإضراب المجدول عن الحالات الباردة – تواصل الاضراب المجدول للأطباء في يومهم الثاني ، و حقق نجاحا واضحا في معظم مستشفيات السودان ، و ازدادت رقعة المشاركة لتشمل أعداد أكبر من الأطباء و المستشفيات .

لجنة أطباء السودان المركزية
(تقرير عمل ميداني )
ثاني أيام الإضراب المجدول عن الحالات الباردة
تواصل الاضراب المجدول للأطباء في يومهم الثاني ، و حقق نجاحا واضحا في معظم مستشفيات السودان ، و ازدادت رقعة المشاركة لتشمل أعداد أكبر من الأطباء و المستشفيات .
المستشفيات المشاركة في الإضراب :
شاركت أكثر من 60 مستشفى في الإضراب

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*In Reaction to the Indicative Evidence on the Use of Chemical Weapons by the Sudan Government:*

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*In Reaction to the Indicative Evidence on the Use of Chemical Weapons by the Sudan Government:*
*The Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement (SPLM-N) Suspends All Political Engagement with the Sudan Government and Demands that the Humanitarian Crisis and Civilian Protection to be Addressed Separately.*

The recent Amnesty International report offers strong indicative evidence of

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European Parliament resolution on Sudan (2016/2911(RSP))

European Parliament resolution on Sudan (2016/2911(RSP))
B8‑1067/2016
The European Parliament,
–  having regard to its previous resolutions on situation in Sudan,
–  having regard to the joint statement of 8 August 2016 by the EU, the representatives of the Troika and Germany welcoming the signing of the AUHIP Roadmap Agreement,
–  having regard to the report of 28 July 2016 of the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Sudan,

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A STEP TOO FAR: CHEMICAL WARFARE AND THE FORGOTTEN GENOCIDE OF DARFUR

A STEP TOO FAR: CHEMICAL WARFARE AND THE FORGOTTEN GENOCIDE OF DARFUR

To make war on its own citizens, to burn the villages and people of Darfur, the Sudanese Air Force has a marked preference for attacking at dawn. The Antonov transport planes converted into makeshift but nonetheless lethal bombers, now become the ubiquitous symbol of the Khartoum regime’s brutality; often arrive with the first light of day, drowning out birdsong with the roar of their engines soon followed by the shriek of the barrel bombs they

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