Al Arabiya English published “At Least 30 People Held After Sudan Protest: Opposition“, read it here.
Sudan Tribune reported “Sudanese Police Clash with Khartoum University Students“, read it here.
Agence France-Presse published “Sudan Responds to Student Protests by Shutting Down University” on the Raw Story, read it here.
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UN Dispatch published “With #DarfurFriday Tomorrow, #SudanRevolts Shows no Sign of Letting up” written by Carol Jean Gallo, read it here.
Rawa Gaafar Bakhit wrote “Women in #SudanRevolts: Heritage of Civil Resistance” for Open Democracy, read it here.
The Christian Science Monitor published “Inside Sudan’s Prisons: Sudanese Protesters Speak Out” by Reem Abbas, read it here.
Eric Reeves wrote “Sudan: Re-defining the ‘Arab Spring‘” on Sudan Reeves, read it here. He also wrote “Why Do People Want Change in Sudan? A Barbaric Penal Code is One Reason” in his Sudan Reeves, read it here.
Elzubeir published “Sudan’s Economy – the Facts Minus the Rhetoric” in Mo Musings, read it here.
Maha ElSanosi wrote “Sudan: Women Targeted as #SudanRevolts Enters Second Month” for Global Voices Online, read it here.
Cordoned Sudan posted “Austerity Economics: In the Name of Better Days Ahead“, read it here.
Your Community blog of CBC published “Your Take: Protesters in #SudanRevolts Demonstrations Face Major Challenges“, read it here.
Eufrica posted “Succumbing to Fear is not an Option“, read it here.
Marjon Momand wrote “Enough 101: Glossary of #SudanRevolts Terms” for Enough Project, read it here.
World Affairs Journal published “Sudan on the Brink: A Khartoum Spring?” in their July/August edition, read it here.