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Why aren’t the massacres in Sudan getting the attention they should?

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After 30 years in power despite charges of genocide and more, Sudan president Omar al-Bashir was ousted.

Since his arrest, things have escalated, hundreds have been killed, injured and assaulted.

Check out everything you need to know in the video below:

https://twitter.com/restinpeacedg/status/1138693566295891970?s=21

There is currently a blackout in Sudan

-500 killed

-723 injured

-650 arrested

-48 women raped

-6 men raped

-1000 missing

This is Alaa Salah. A 22 year old Sudanese student & women’s rights activist, leading chants in a nationwide anti-government protest.

My heart goes out to Sudan. Your struggles are heard, your pain is felt.

https://twitter.com/lilbebe09/status/1138511140055670790?s=21


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