Tag Archives: Sudan Crisis

Sudan’s African Union Membership Suspended

Expulsion would last ‘until the effective establishment of a Civilian-led Transitional gov’t’

The African Union has, with immediate effect, suspended the participation of the Republic of Sudan in all AU activities until the establishment of a Civilian-led Transitional Authority.

BY TESFANEWS*

The African Union has suspended Sudan’s membership “with immediate effect”, amid an upsurge of violence in the capital that has seen dozens killed and growing fears that splits among the ruling military regime could lead to civil war and anarchy. Continue reading Sudan’s African Union Membership Suspended

Sudan’s Deposed Leader Omar Al-Bashir Transferred to Prison

Confusion over the fate of Sudan’s deposed President Omar al-Bashir

Sudan’s former President Omar al-Bashir has been moved to Kobar maximum security prison, days after he was deposed in a military coup. Uganda considering to offer him asylum.

BY BBC NEWS

Sudan’s former President Omar al-Bashir has been moved to Kobar maximum security prison, days after he was deposed in a military coup.

Reports say the ex-leader has until now been detained at the presidential residence under heavy guard. Continue reading Sudan’s Deposed Leader Omar Al-Bashir Transferred to Prison

SLM-Minnawi Wants Regime Change in Sudan by All Means

“A regime change in Sudan by all means” – Minni Minnawi, leader of SLM-MM and Secretary General of Sudan Call Umbrella Group

BY SUDAN TRIBUNE

The Sudan Liberation Movement – Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM) Monday said determined to achieve regime change in Sudan through political and military means. Continue reading SLM-Minnawi Wants Regime Change in Sudan by All Means

Sudan: An Ailing Dictatorship, Looming Public Protest, and Desperate Evasive Tricks

In the capital Khartoum, the talk is all about ‘uprising’

The Al-Bashir government is in deep economic and political crisis and the people are revolting against his regime. He needs an “invisible enemy” to distract public attention.

BY TRAYO A. ALI | SUDAN TRIBUNE

In Khartoum, the capital city of Sudan (the city that knows no secrets, as is always described) the talk there is not about the uncomfortable weather, which in this season is dry, cold, dusty and windy, nor is it about the city’s broken sewage system, and the polluted water or about the notorious militia known as Rapid Support Force (RSF), which frequently harass the citizens, or about the horrible stories of War in Darfur and/or in Nuba Mountains and B. Nile. Continue reading Sudan: An Ailing Dictatorship, Looming Public Protest, and Desperate Evasive Tricks