Safiya Ishaq talks about being raped by Khartoum security services because of her involvement in nonviolent protests on January 30, 2011
March 7th, 2012 - The video shows a woman, who was a friend Awadia Agabna. She was assaulted by police on the way to Awadia Agabna's funeral. She suffered internal bleeding and injuries to her face.
March 7, 2012 - Funeral of Awadia Agabna, shot dead by public order police during the arrest of her brother the day before.
Bombing of Kauda, South Kordofan, 14 June 2011
Students in Khartoum demonstrating and calling for the fall of the Omar Al Bashir regime on the 17th of April 2012.
Through friendship and bravery a group of young Sudanese fight to overthrow one of the world's most brutal regimes.
Part one of the BBC Arabic program that dealt with the internal issues of Sudan and other related events taking place in the Arab world.
Sudanese Student Union in Pakistan protest against government of Omar Al Bashir on March 21, 2011
Anti-government protests hit South Darfur state on January 24th 2012.
On March 20th, Youth For Change released a video statement outlining their plans to overthrow the government of Omar Al Bashir and called on all Sudanese to join them on March 21.
Part two of the BBC Arabic program that dealt with the internal issues of Sudan and other related events taking place in the Arab world.
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