Sudan is again in the African political spot-light - the continent's trouble zone. The esat African country has over the years been faced with problems beginning with the overthrow of its longest serving president Omar al- Bashier who ruled for over 30 years.
The army and pro-democratic movements in Khartoum the capital continue to fight for control of power and authority at the same time bringing more and more suffering and death to the Sudanese people. Those killed were thrown into the Nile River. Others were thrown into prison and solitary confinement in military barracks.The various militia and rebel groups and state security are behind these killings. The government in Khartoum is exercising brutal force in the name of 'national security'. Pro-democracy and civil society groups are the victims of the crackdown.
However, over 12000 anti-government protesters continue to do weekly protest march in towns and cities of the country. The biggest of these protest took place few weeks ago since President Omar al- Bashier was kicked out of power. He ruled Sudan for over 30 years.
Overthrown president Al-Bashier