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How Sudan’s Protesters Upped the Ante, And Forced Al-Bashir from Power

Andrew Edward Tchie The Conversation
Following months of protests, and a prolonged sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum, Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir was placed under house arrest on April 11 as the country’s military prepared for a transitional government.

Declaration of the Third Mediterranean Conference of the Left

EuropeanLeft
Left parties and movements have a huge role to play to respond to the call and despair of ordinary people in Southern Europe, North Africa and the Mideast. We need to build a movement for social and climate justice, democratic participation, peace and socialism to oppose austerity, oppression, militarization and a lack of democracy.

The Second Tunisian Revolution

Giuliana Sgrena il manifesto
Protests expanded across the country this week in reminiscence of the Arab Spring. Unemployment is high, and citizens are unhappy with the pace and direction of reform.
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