Sudan at a crossroads: Is the democratic revolution being stolen? | DW News

A struggle for power is deepening in Sudan with tensions escalating between rival sides in the government. These people want democracy. Sudan has been led by a transitional council since the ouster of Omar Al Bashir in 2019.
The council is made up of members of the military and civilians. It’s been a difficult alliance because the two sides have different interests. Those differences are spilling over onto the streets.
Thousands of people marched in the capital Khartoum and elsewhere to support a civilian-led government and reject military rule. But groups supporting the military have also been on the streets.
After authoritarian leader Omar al-Bashir was ousted in 2019, military and civilian leaders agreed to share power and transition to civilian rule. The current authority is led by civilian Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. Both parties say they’re committed to the plan to hold democratic elections in 2023.
But amid an economic crisis, public support for the arrangement is waning. Some feel the military has too much power. Others want to see the generals in charge.
An anti-government sit-in, led by Islamist, pro-military protestors, has been going on for days. They are demanding the dissolution of the transitional government.
Demonstrations in both camps have remained largely peaceful so far. But after so many years under al Bashir, Sudan’s transition is still caught between democracy and dictatorship.

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Mass. store owner charged in stolen goods scheme

A Massachusetts business owner was arrested Thursday on charges of conspiracy, aggravated shoplifting and receiving stolen property, for allegedly reselling stolen goods at his Boston store.

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Omar Gooding on His 1995 Arrest For Carrying 3 Stolen Guns (Part 6)

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In the latest clip, Omar Gooding explained his 1995 arrest over carrying three stolen guns. He explained that he met his social circle through rap and some of his friends were from gang territories. Despite his fame, he enjoyed hanging out in environments not often frequented by celebrity figures. Believing him and friends needed to be protected, he described buying guns from other people instead purchasing registered weapons from a store. During one night out, he and his friends were pulled over and caught with three guns. While they all received probation, Omar still had to apologize to the "Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper" crew in order to save his job. To hear about the near-riot that ensued during his arrest, check out the above clip.

Dallas apartment explosion residents report break-ins, items stolen from their apartments

Many of them have been staying at hotels since the explosion happened, and on Wednesday, they got word that several of their units got broken in and valuables were stolen.

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Rep. Scalise Refuses To Say 2020 Election Wasn’t Stolen

During a televised interview, Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., the House’s second-ranking Republican, refused to say on Sunday that the 2020 election wasn’t stolen. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

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Rep. Steve Scalise Repeatedly Refuses To Say 2020 Election Wasn’t Stolen

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Rep. Steve Scalise Repeatedly Refuses To Say 2020 Election Wasn’t Stolen

Murray makes online plea to help find stolen wedding ring

Airing his sweaty tennis shoes under a car has landed Andy Murray in trouble at home after the shoes were stolen, along with his wedding ring tied to one of the laces.

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