Protests in Sudan

I have always said that things and issues in Sudan and also in South Sudan are far from being over, either between both states with problems still ongoing and in each one of them internally speaking about domestic unrest, and monitoring developments in these countries is important being south sudan especially an oil producing country and with heavy chinese presence and influence. Well in recent days, violent protests have erupted in Khartoum and other cities from people protesting against the rise of prices of fuel and bread and allegedly demanding the overthrow of Omar bashir the autocrat of Sudan, who just recently became the first leader to visit Syria's president Bashar Al Assad  since the civil war started in that country. And also after  Washington lifted  sanctions against Bashir and Sudan. 

Even if production in South Sudan and Sudan is tiny compared to other african countries, it will be important to keep on considering this situation since it has to deal with international terrorism, and how separatism can seriously harm global oil landscape as it happened after South Sudan separated form Sudan in 2011. 

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According to different sources security forces are storming into people's homes in Burri, tear gassing and arresting them. Regime is brutal

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