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Sudan: UN experts urge halt to excessive use of force against peaceful protesters

GENEVA (28 December 2018) – UN experts today expressed alarm at Sudan’s escalating violence and reports of protesters killed during recent large-scale demonstrations against rising prices and food and fuel shortages. “The right to freedom of peaceful assembly is an inherent element of democracies,” said the UN Special Rapporteur on …

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The Troika (the United States, Norway and the United Kingdom and Canada) are concerned about the violence occurring during recent protests in Sudan,

including credible reports of the use of live fire by the Government of Sudan and of multiple deaths during several protests.  We reaffirm the right of the Sudanese people to peacefully protest to express their legitimate grievances. We urge all to avoid the use of violence or destruction of property.  …

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Sudanese security forces storm the general headquarters of the Sudanese Communist Party in Khartoum 2 with a large armed force and arrest the political secretary of the Communist Party in the national capital Comrade Masoud Al Hassan

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RESPONSE BY SUDAN LIBERATION MOVEMENT/ARMY (SLM/A-AW) TO US STATE DEPARTMENT STATEMENT ON SECURITY CONDITIONS IN DARFUR

Ellen Thorburn                                                           December 19, 2018 Deputy Chief of Mission US Embassy Khartoum P.O. Box 699 Kilo 10, Soba Khartoum, Sudan     Dear Deputy Chief Thorburn,   It is with a profound sense of disbelief that the leadership of the SLM/A acknowledges your recent meeting with the Governor of North …

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#SaveAsimOmer #StopTortureInSudan

#SaveAsmirOmer, Student Tortured and Wrongfully Imprisoned We, the undersigned, are extremely concerned about the well-being of Asim Omar, a university student who is currently imprisoned at Kober (aka Cooper) Prison in Khartoum, Sudan for a crime he has not committed. According to his doctor, Asim was supposed to undergo surgery …

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Statement from Sudan Liberation Army  regarding Khartoum‘s violation of Cessation of Hostilities

On 20 the of September 2018, the Leadership of Sudan Liberation Movement/Army chaired by Abdul Wahid Al- Nur,  had declared temporary unilateral  Cessation of  Hostilities ( CoH)  due to the sorely needed humanitarian assistance in the regions of Darfur and Jebel Marra in particular after its areas severly  affected by …

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Sudan: Brutal beating that led to hospitalization of imprisoned student must be investigated

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL NEWS FLASH 11 OCTOBER 2018 Spokespeople available for interviews The brutal beating of 24-year-old student activist Asim Omar Hassan by prison guards in Kober prison must be independently and thoroughly investigated and those responsible brought to justice, Amnesty International said today as he was admitted to hospital. According …

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Summary of Human Rights Violations in Sudan from September 2017 Submission to Human Rights Council Session No ( 39)

Submission to Human Rights Council Session No ( 39) There are no improvements in human right record of Khartoum regime since the last human right session in Geneva ( 36 ) 2017. On the contrary, there are more extensive human right violations since then. Please click this Link to read …

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Arab Network for Media Crisis condemns continued violations by the Sudanese authorities of freedom of opinion and expression

Journalistic freedoms and freedom of opinion and expression continue to be subject to fierce and escalating attacks by the Sudanese security authorities, which impose many restrictions to limit the performance of their duties. Journalists and journalists are subjected to unprecedented repression and repression in flagrant violation of the civil and …

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