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 20/08/2019 Tlaxcala, the international network of translators for linguistic diversity Tlaxcala's Manifesto  
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Awadeya Mahmoud Koko: From tea seller to union leader to ‘mother of the Sudanese revolution’ - Ariane Lavrilleux أريان لافريلوكس
Awadeya Mahmoud Koko shouts orders to her staff, raising her voice to be heard above the protest chants that fill the air of downtown Khartoum. She sits in a plastic chair on Gamhuriya Avenue by the main gate of a mass sit-in outside Sudan’s ...

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RSF Report: Western Sahara, A News Blackhole - RSF
In its report on press freedoms in Western Sahara, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) sheds light on a territory cut off from the rest of the world, a veritable news black hole that has become a no-go zone for journalists. ...

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'Build barricades, then run': Sudan's protesters find new tactics for civil disobedience - Kaamil Ahmed كامل أحمد
Anger against military council moves from open demonstrations to civil disobedience amid a violent crackdown Build the barricades, then run. The message from protest leaders to the young Sudanese on the streets of the capital has been consistent ahead ...

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Most recent statements about the situation in Sudan - Sudanese Professionals Association تجمع المهنيين السودانيين‎
No talks before criminals are brought to account Statement The Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) today will not go back to the negotiation table with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) until those responsible for last week’s barbaric ...

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Sudan's uprising: "The people shall not surrender"
A timeline
- The New Arab العربي الجديد
It began in Atbara on December 19, 2019, where the third Sudanese Revolution started. Watch the timeline!     Read Khartoum residents traumatised by barbaric military dispersal ...

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Who are the key actors behind Sudan’s moment of violence? - Mada Masr مدى مصر
In the hours before the Rapid Support Forces descended on the protest camp outside the military headquarters in Khartoum at 5 am last Monday, alarm bells were already being sounded on social media.   Just after 2 am, the Sudanese Professional ...

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Sahrawi workers ask UN to grant them humanitarian asylum - Equipe Media Sahara Media Team ايكيب ميديا
Three female Sahrawi workers accused the Moroccan authorities of occupation of having caused their dismissal and trying to discourage them from further political activities through blackmail and repression. Those three, Nadira Mailad, Gabal Banahi and ...

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Sudan: back to square one - Abdelbari Atwan عبد الباري عطوان
The Military Council’s bloody crackdown won’t crush the revolution Forces of repression deployed June 3, 2019 around the headquarters of the army in Khartoum. In the foreground, victims. Photo Ashraf Shazly / AFP From the day ...

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Western Sahara – Now what? - Isabel Lourenço
Several events since the election of António Guterres as Secretary General of the United Nations led some sympathizers of the Saharawi cause to think that the resolution of the conflict would be well under way. This “trend of reflection” ...

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Sahrawi 14-year-old boy arrested and tortured by Moroccan occupying forces - Equipe Media Sahara Media Team ايكيب ميديا
On Saturday 25th of May, Moroccan occupying forces arrested 14-year-old Sahrawi activist Mbarek Mohamed Bani and took him to the police station where he was exposed to brutal physical and mental maltreatment and torture. In a video interview with ...

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