Sudan protests escalate after deadly violence

Protest organizers in Sudan’s capital Khartoum announced two days of strikes and civil disobedience after security forces used gunfire and teargas to disperse demonstrations against a coup and medics said seven people had been killed.

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WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sudan medics shaken by ‘inhumane’ hospital attacks

Amid rallies against an October coup, Sudanese medics say security forces have attacked hospitals where protesters are being treated.

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Shootings and teargas in Sudan post-coup protests

At least three people were killed by security forces in Sudan, medics said, amid protests against a military coup in capital Khartoum.

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Shootings and teargas in Sudan post-coup protests

At least three people were killed by security forces in Sudan, medics said, amid protests against a military coup in capital Khartoum.

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Sudan PM quits as unrest grows | DW News

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said he would step down from his role. The move comes less than two months after he was reinstated following a military coup.

"I decided to give back the responsibility and announce my resignation as prime minister, and give a chance to another man or woman of this noble country to … help it pass through what’s left of the transitional period to a civilian democratic country," Hamdok said in a televised address.

Hours before the announcement, thousands of protesters took to the streets in the capital calling on the military to stop interfering in the transition.

Hamdok’s decision comes amid stunted attempts to carry out a democratic transition in the country. He has called for a roundtable discussion to table a new agreement on how this can be achieved.

"I have tried my best to stop the country from sliding towards disaster," he said, addressing the nation.

"In view of the fragmentation of the political forces and conflicts between the (military and civilian) components of the transition … despite everything that has been done to reach a consensus … it has not happened," he said.

Sudan "is crossing a dangerous turning point that threatens its whole survival", he added.

Hamdok had got the military to agree to elections in 2023, but rumors of his possible resignation began to circulate after local media reported that he had not been in his office for days.

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Security forces fire tear gas at protesters in Sudan

Security forces fired tear gas at anti-military protesters in Sudan’s capital Khartoum. Demonstrators were making their way toward the presidential palace.

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Thousands turn out for anti-coup protests across Sudan | DW News

In Sudan thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Khartoum and other cities, demanding a transition to civilian rule. The rallies come two months after a military coup. The civilian prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok, has since been reinstated, but the pro-democracy movement wants a government completely free from military control.

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Protesters march to Sudan presidential palace

Sudanese security forces fired tear gas and stun grenades as hundreds of thousands of people marched to the presidential palace in capital Khartoum demanding no more military involvement at all in government in a transition toward free elections.

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Sudan protesters doubt post-coup deal between military and Hamdok | DW News

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok says he has dismissed the country’s police chiefs, in response to a brutal crackdown on protesters. More than 40 people were killed during demonstrations against last month’s military coup. Hamdok was reinstated as the civilian leader, but has signed a new agreement with the army. Many in Sudan are unhappy about the deal.
DW Correspondent Mariel Müller met with some of those who demonstrated despite the risks.

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