APRNEWS - As Sudanese protesters blocked roads with burning tyres in the city of Omdurman Tuesday, angry demonstrators at a Khartoum sit-in accused loyalists of ousted president Omar al-Bashir’s of “dividing” the country.
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APRNEWS - Sudanese Professionals Association, the lead group for protests in the country have rejected the military’s move to employ Islamic law as the basis for a new constitution.
Sudan’s Transitional Military Council had earlier this week made the proposal amid the country’s ongoing political transition. The SPA were not at the said meeting where the proposal was made.
APRNEWS - The Sudanese army issued a statement on Wednesday saying it would not allow the state to collapse, following weeks of mass protests demanding an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule.
Some activists had been calling for the military to back the protesters and pressure the government to step down.
APRNEWS - Three students and a police officer died in the southeastern Democratic Republic of Congo during weekend clashes at a protest over water and power outages, according to an updated death toll by the presidency on Monday.
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APRNEWS - Two people were killed on Thursday as Protests raged across other Sudanese cities in a widespread rally of anti-government unrest began in the country last month.
A 24-year-old man died from his wounds in Omdurman, a city across the Nile from the capital Khartoum, where crowds were railing against Sudan’s three -decade ruler Omar al-Bashir.