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‘We’re all Darfurians’: Sudan’s protest movement makes bold return | The Guardian

A new protest movement is gaining momentum in Sudan as thousands of young people across the country unite against the government.

Women protest in 2013, the last time the country witnessed a popular uprising against the government. Photograph: Khalil Hamra/AP

Last week two students joined dozens others currently being held in detention, after fresh protests against attacks on civilians in west and south Darfur.

Human Rights Watch issued a statement in response to the arrests, warning: “Sudan is cracking down on activists, students, and even their lawyers, with abusive and thuggish tactics.”

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