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دكتور ياسر أبّشر: أيها المواطنون أزيلوا التروس بأنفسكم - النيلين

تعطلت الحياة بسبب التروس، وتضرر أصحاب الحاجات، وعانى المرضى وتلفت السلع والخضروات. نقضوا الإنترلوك من جوانب الشوارع، شوهوا المناظر، اقتلعوا أعمدة الإنارة

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بخاري بشير يكتب: ابحثوا عن الفاعل؟ !

جهة ما تريد أن تكون مناظر (القتل والسحل) في شوارع الخرطوم هي مناظر عادية لا تلفت انتباه أحد، وذات هذه (الجهة) ترسم مستقبلاً قاتماً للعلاقة بين

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At least 9 killed in Sudan protests, many detained, as activists call for new demos

According to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors (CCSD) nine protesters were killed in the June 30 Marches of the Millions in the Sudanese capital. Many others were wounded. On Friday, protests continued. For today, the Central Khartoum Resistance Committees called for new demonstrations. During the past few days, hundreds of activists have been detained in the country. In statements yesterday, the UN OHCHR, the EU, USAID, and the US Embassy in Khartoum expressed their indignation to the excessive violence against protesters.

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Sudan: At Least 9 Killed in Sudan Protests, Many Detained, As Activists Call for New Demos

According to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors (CCSD) nine protesters were killed in the June 30 Marches of the Millions in the Sudanese capital. Many others were wounded. On Friday, protests continued. For today, the Central Khartoum Resistance Committees called for new demonstrations. During the past few days, hundreds of activists have been detained in the country. In statements yesterday, the UN OHCHR, the EU, USAID, and the US Embassy in Khartoum expressed their indignation to the excessive vi

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At least 9 killed in Sudan protests, many detained, as activists call for new demos

According to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors (CCSD) nine protesters were killed in the June 30 Marches of the Millions in the Sudanese capital. Many others were wounded. On Friday, protests continued. For today, the Central Khartoum Resistance Committees called for new demonstrations. During the past few days, hundreds of activists have been detained in the country. In statements yesterday, the UN OHCHR, the EU, USAID, and the US Embassy in Khartoum expressed their indignation to the excessive violence against protesters.

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U.S. senators renew calls for sanctions on Sudan's military leaders - Sudan Tribune

July 1, 2022 (KHARTOUM) – U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez and ranking member Jim Risch on Friday renewed calls to hold accountable Sudan’s military leaders for the killing of pro-democracy protesters. Menendez, Risch and Representatives Gregory Meeks) and Michael McCaul Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, on Wednesday, June 29, urged military leaders in Sudan to refrain from violence and the U.S. administration to impose sanctions on the security leaders. In two separate tweets posted on Friday, Menendez and Risch condemned the killing of the nine protesters in Khartoum by the security forces which extensively used live ammunition to disperse protesters on Thursday. “Appalled by reports of Sudanese security services using deadly force against civilian protestors, wrote Menendez before calling to sanction “Those responsible for gross human rights violations”. The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman further referred to the joint statement issued two days before. For his part, Risch without detour said that ” The latest protesters killed by Sudanese government forces add to the military junta’s body count and show it is not fit to lead Sudan or negotiate in good faith with civilian groups”. “The Biden Admin must hold accountable …

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Global risks challenge UAE contractors | MEED

Commodity price hikes, including diesel costs, are changing the business outlook