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Uzaz🌾عُزاز Jul 17
Janjaweed (RSF) send bulk SMS saying that withdrawal of its forces will lead to security instability. Well, thus far, you have been the major security threat to civilians killing the left & right and running them over with your trucks.
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BBC News Africa Jul 18
Our security correspondent explains what the power-sharing deal reached in Sudan this week actually means: | 🇸🇩
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Ashraf Jul 18
The March, this evening, at the Freedom Square, Khartoum
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Safiy Jul 18
Clearly shows the scale of the ongoing protest in Khartoum 👇
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Scintilla Jul 16
Be the hand of a hopeful stranger A little scared but you're strong enough Be the light in the dark of this danger Till the sun comes up [I don't think I'll ever get over this.]
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Randa Jul 10
The videos of 3rd of June are horrifying. But I feel like I owe it to the victims to not look away. I will not overlook the videos showing the atrocities committed against them. I will look at them and remember every face, so that one day we avenge them all.
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Sudanese Optimist Jul 7
Dear world, the is NOT over yet. This fragile phase is about vigilance, accountability & pursuit of justice. So please help us 1) Change your profile pic to this watchful eye symbol👇🏾 2) SPREAD THE WORD our power is in collective action- RT pls
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ريم - Reem Abbas Jul 10
Their smiles will continue to haunt us! They are our martyrs. Mohamed Abdelrahman was tortured and then shot 8 times on the 30th of June. His lifeless body was found in the waterway in Omdurman
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Mehairy J. Blige Jul 5
It’s not over till we decide it’s over. These “congratulations” are for the FFC and the TMC. As for the Sudanese people, we will start celebrating when we see real positive action.
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Fadia Khalaf Jul 12
I'm in love ! Sudanese youth greatest will ever be! In history you remain !
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Mohanad Humam Jul 10
Details of the power sharing deal are yet to be made public, Sudanese interlocutors push the signing ceremony to next week. Are there issues that are not visible to the naked 👁‍🗨 or is it the same case all previous deals, reached only to be aborted in bloodshed?
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BBC News Africa Jul 19
"Be strong, whatever the difficulties." That's 's message to young girls after she became one of the symbols of the revolution in Sudan. Alaa told us how it felt to "represent Sudan to the world". | 🇸🇩
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yara Jul 13
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Swar Jr. Jul 10
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Samira Sawlani 22h
Sudan Doctors Syndicate have released the names of the 268 people killed since the December 2018 protests began
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Yousra Elbagir Jul 12
Just a note to say: thank you to everyone that has followed our coverage of since protests started in December & amplified/shared the stories we've reported from the ground. History has been made in Sudan and continues to be made with each passing day.
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Atif Jul 11
BBC News - Sudan’s livestream massacre - Documentary - BBC Africa Eye
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Fadia Khalaf Jul 19
More than 36 missing person since The JUNE 3RD MASSACRE, SUDAN No cooperation from police or NISS and we don't know anything about them yet Also no statement so far by the Declaration of freedom and change forces! Help us find them !
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Safiy Jul 16
⭕️Today's protest march in Imtidad Nasir area, Khartoum.
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لجنة أطباء السودان المركزية - CCSD Jul 20
Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) July 20th, 2019 CCSD’s Media Office would like to apologize for not releasing a timely report when the body of Zaki Magdi Zaki was identified. The family identified the body of Zaki Magdi Zaki who was laying in the
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