This video says about itself:
23 June 2012
Sudan’s government is facing public anger in response to its newly-announced austerity measures. Opposition forces reject the plan, and calls for a change of leadership are growing. So, where will these protests lead and what could it mean for the already complicated situation in Sudan?
Protests Continue in Sudan As the Regime Prepare to Regain the Street: here.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Sudan police ordered to end protests “immediately”: SMC
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan’s police have ordered their forces to put an end to anti-government protests immediately, state media reported on Saturday, in a sign of a growing crackdown on demonstrations that have spread throughout Khartoum over the last week.
“The police direct their forces to immediately end the demonstrations and incidents of unrest according to the law,” the state-linked Sudanese Media Centre (SMC) said in a statement sent to mobile phones. (Reporting by Khalid Abdelaziz; Writing by Alexander Dziadosz)
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Students riot against austerity
SUDAN: Opposition politicians say authorities used tear gas today to break up an anti-austerity protest of several hundred students in the capital Khartoum.
The government described a wave of demonstrations now in their second week as “sabotage.”
Several hundred students were attacked by government-allied militias at a gathering at Khartoum University today.
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