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Bashir rejects calls for resignation, says protests 'will not change government'

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Monday, 14 January 2019 ()

Bashir rejects calls for resignation, says protests 'will not change government'Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has rejected calls for his resignation, saying weeks of protests over a worsening economic crisis in the northeast African country will not lead to...
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News video: Troops Seen on Streets of Sudan's Capital as Anti-Government Protests Continue

▶ Troops Seen on Streets of Sudan's Capital as Anti-Government Protests Continue 00:08

Government troops were spotted on the streets of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, on January 11 as clashes between government forces and protesters were reported. Demonstrations against Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, fueled by shortages of bread and foreign currency, have been ongoing...

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Gunfire could be heard in the distance as protesters gathered in Khartoum’s Burri neighborhood on January 18. The latest demonstration followed the funeral of a man reported to have been killed by..

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A Facebook Live on January 18 shows a group of protesters marching in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, and fleeing as the sound of gunfire rang out.At least three people – two men, including a doctor,..

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Police fire tear gas as demonstrations calling for President Bashir's resignation try to march on presidential palace.

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Security forces fired tear gas to disperse protesters marching toward the presidential palace in Khartoum on January17, Al Jazeera reported. The demonstrations, which have been going on for weeks, were..

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Some say the government should step down now, while others prefer to wait for the election for transfer of power.

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Social media users reported the use of live ammunition by Sudanese forces against anti-government demonstrators in Khartoum North on January 13, while Reuters said tear gas was used to disperse crowds..

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Sudanese Forces Crack Down on Anti-Government Protest in Omdurman [Video]Sudanese Forces Crack Down on Anti-Government Protest in Omdurman 00:18

Sudanese security forces used tear gas and live bullets to disperse an anti-government protest in the city of Omdurman on January 9, as the country entered its third week of unrest with calls for..

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