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Sudan's Secrets: Beyond Closed Borders, A Nation's Silent Uprising | Political Documentary


Sudan, ancient Nubia, is home to many unique natural and archaeological treasures. This land of the black pharaohs has even has more pyramids than its famous neighbour, Egypt – yet there are no visitors, no tourists, and no foreign travellers. Cut off from the rest of the world, Sudan, a former save haven for international terrorists, is now one of the most unstable countries on the planet. Since gaining independence in 1956, the country has experienced 18 coup attempts. After thirty years under the military-Islamist dictatorship of Omar al-Bashir, Sudan experienced a brief period of democracy in 2019. This was short-lived however, as the country was subject to a new coup which bought General al-Burhan and his military junta to power in October 2021. Since then, Sudan has been completely closed off from the rest of the world. Every week, thousands of citizens gather around the country to protest coup d’état – and women are the face of this revolution. They yearn for freedom after years of suffering under military dictatorship and sharia law, where they were routinely flogged and humiliated. One women explained her involvement in the fight for freedom, “We distribute these paint cans around the neighbourhood to announce our protests and we will write slogans in favour of the revolution”. By spraying these words of dissent around the city, these women risk prison and torture. Although the protesters know that they will be fiercely repressed and try to protect themselves the best they can, they can only make do with temporary shields and plastic helmets. Nothing to shelter them from the live bullets shot by the army – which even target doctors and young children. All the while, they run the risk falling victim to the relentless arbitrary arrests. The political crisis has also worsened the economic situation with inflation rate running at 380%. Even before the coup, Sudan was one of the poorest countries in the world, now however, even middle-class people are finding it increasingly difficult to survive. More than two million city-dwellers have left to seek their fortune in the desert just to get by. There, they hope to find a few nuggets of gold to change their life… - SUBSCRIBE for more amazing stories, including free FULL documentaries. On Java Discover we have an incredible library of award-winning documentaries: from world-leading investigations to true crime and history, we have something for everyone! Click the SUBSCRIBE button and make sure to set NOTIFICATIONS to stay updated with all new content! Follow us on TikTok, Facebook & Instagram: 🤍

Mass Killings in Darfur Revealed as Fighting Between Sudanese Military Factions Escalates


Support our work: 🤍 We get an update on the humanitarian crisis in Sudan, where more than 12,000 people have been killed and over 6 million displaced since April, when the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces paramilitary group broke out into fighting. Earlier this month, human rights groups say members of the Rapid Support Forces paramilitary group carried out a massacre of around 1,300 Masalit people over three days in Sudan's West Darfur region and have subjected them to unlawful detentions, sexual violence, ill-treatment and looting. "The overall picture that survivors drew to us is horrific," says Human Rights Watch researcher Mohamed Osman, who details how the United Arab Emirates and Egypt are suspected of backing the fighting between the groups. "What we know is really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the violations that people are facing day to day," says Sudanese activist Marine Alneel, who lays out how today's fighting continues the country's history of power struggles. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍

1 Week in Sudan! - NOT what I expected.


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Sudan conflict: ‘Our lives have become a piece of hell’ - BBC News


Seven months after the start of Sudan's civil war, conditions for many in the capital, Khartoum, are worse than ever - but some of those who escaped from the city in the early days are also struggling to survive. Aid workers have also been among the victims of the conflict, with 900 security incidents involving UN workers, and 19 deaths. This makes it the most dangerous place in the world for humanitarian workers. Meanwhile, the UN is struggling to fund its work in the country, having only raised funds to cover a quarter of its $2.6bn (£2bn) humanitarian response plan. Please subscribe here: 🤍 #Sudan #UN #BBCNews

Sudan's conflict, explained


How Sudan's top two military men turned on each other Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 On December 19, 2018, protests broke out in small cities throughout Sudan amid an economic crisis, eventually reaching the country's capital, Khartoum. These protests posed the biggest challenge to Sudan's longest-serving dictator, Omar al-Bashir, who throughout his regime did everything he could to remain in power. Bashir relied on various security sectors to protect him from being overthrown. However, his plan ultimately failed on April 11, 2019, when the country's army, the Sudanese Armed Forces, and a paramilitary force, the Rapid Support Forces, sided with the protesters and carried out a military coup, toppling Bashir. The end of Bashir's regime brought hope to the protesters, but they remained skeptical about the men who had overthrown him. SAF’s Abdel Fattah Burhan and RSF’s Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo (aka Hemeti) took control of the country after the coup and made repeated promises to hand over power to civilians, which would put Sudan on a democratic path. But they continuously delayed fulfilling their promises and instead turned against each other, vying for power in Sudan. The two men have brutally interrupted Sudan’s pro-democracy revolution. The fighting between the two men's forces started out in Sudan's capital, Khartoum, and spread all over the country. Recent ceasefire breakdowns have led to more bursts of violence, especially in Darfur, a region still reeling from the aftermath of a genocide at the hands of Bashir's regime. Watch the latest episode of Atlas to understand how their feud has undermined the democratic aspirations of the protesters and put Sudan at risk of a civil war. Note: The headline has been updated. Previous headline: The two men who derailed Sudan’s revolution Sources and additional reading: This Q&A by the New Yorker featuring Mai Hassan helped us understand Omar al-Bashir’s coup-proofing agenda - 🤍 This article by Mat Nashed was a great starting point for us to learn more about the recent conflict- 🤍 Local reporting by Radio Dabanga kept us up-to-date with the day to day of the conflict - 🤍 This paper by Global Witness provided us with information on how the RSF became wealthy 🤍 We found the International Crisis Group’s in depth reporting analyses and commentary very useful throughout our reporting and research - 🤍 Keeping up with Ism’ail Kushkush’s and Yousra Elbagir’s reporting throughout the revolution helped us understand the lead up towards Burhan’s and Hemeti’s rivalry - 🤍 🤍 Vox is an explanatory newsroom on a mission to help everyone understand our weird, wonderful, complicated world, so that we can all help shape it. Part of that mission is keeping our work free. You can help us do that by making a gift: 🤍 Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍 Check out our articles: 🤍 Listen to our podcasts: 🤍

South Sudan’s rocky road to lasting peace | DW Documentary


Following its independence in 2011, South Sudan suffered from a bloody civil war. After a peace accord five years ago calmed the situation, Rebecca Nyandeng de Mabior decided to return home from exile along with her two daughters. She’s the widow of the former rebel leader John Garang de Mabior, a man who spent years of his life fighting for South Sudan’s independence from the Republic of Sudan. On the heels of a 2005 peace agreement, Garang served as Vice President of Sudan for just a few weeks, before his death in a helicopter crash. In 2011, his dream of an independent South Sudan became a reality. But in the years that followed, former independence fighters like the current South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Mayardit began wrestling for power in South Sudan. Hundreds of thousands of people died. Rebecca Nyandeng now intends to campaign for unity among her people. Nothing unsettles the widow more than the thought that her husband’s battle and that of millions of other South Sudanese could be in vain. These feelings motivated her to return to her homeland after many years in Kenyan exile and get involved in politics. It is her greatest hope that her children will also begin new lives in South Sudan. Rebecca Nyandeng’s daughter Akuol, the director of the documentary, was born and raised in exile. Her South Sudanese identity is bound up with many questions and fears. She accompanies her mother and sister Nyankuir with the camera as a way of facing up to these fears. "No Simple Way Home” is a trans-generational dialog on the dual challenges of family life and political engagement. #documentary #dwdocumentary #SouthSudan DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch top documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to: ⮞ DW Documentary (English): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documental (Spanish): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو (Arabic): 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku (German): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी (Hindi): 🤍 For more visit: 🤍 Follow DW Documentary on Instagram: 🤍 Follow DW Documental on Facebook: 🤍 We kindly ask viewers to read and stick to the DW netiquette policy on our channel: 🤍

Inside South Sudan's Capital City ($2 per month salary)


A look into the lives of South Sudanese people. Donate to save malnourished children's lives in South Sudan: 🤍 My Instagram: 🤍 My Patreon (a way to support these videos): 🤍 Intro song, Axel Thesleff - Bad karma: 🤍 🎵 Where I found the other music in this video, free 30 day trial: 🤍 My e-mail: nick🤍 Thank you for watching. Photo source: Reuters

National Anthem: Sudan - السلام الجمهوري


Nahnu Jund Allah Jund Al-watan (We are the Soldiers of God and of our Homeland) was previously the anthem of the Sudanese army and was adopted as the national anthem in 1956, after Sudan achieved independence from Britain..

Bas, Adekunle Gold - Khartoum (Official Music Video) ft. Adekunle Gold


Stream “Khartoum” Here: 🤍 Follow Bas: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Help Sudan - Sudan Relief: 🤍 Director: Kian Broder Wang 🤍kianbroderwang Creative Direction: Bas 🤍bas Narrator : Yousra Elbagir 🤍yousraelbagir Producer: Derick Okolie 🤍oakshades Production Co: The Fiends 🤍thefiends Editor: Kian Broder Wang 🤍kianbroderwang Titles: Joe Dao 🤍daocow Home Footage: Mo Hamad 🤍djmoma and The Hamad Family Sudan Photos : The Fiends🤍thefiends Trent Munson 🤍trentmunson #Bas #Khartoum #WeOnlyTalkAboutRealShitWhenWereFuckedUp #WOTARSWWFU Music video by Bas performing Khartoum. © 2023 Dreamville/Interscope Records 🤍

How the British Red Cross welcomed families escaping the crisis in Sudan


Kate Bedding describes how in her work for the British Red Cross she supported mothers and children who were evacuated to the UK from Sudan. Paid for by British Red Cross #ad #guardianlabs #sudan

What’s happening in Sudan and why? - BBC News


The BBC’s Analysis Editor Ros Atkins explains why fighting has broken out in Sudan, and how it connects back to the country’s tumultuous recent history. Please subscribe here: 🤍 #Sudan #BBCNews

What’s happening in Sudan? | Start Here


One-time allies are battling for control of Sudan. #AJStartHere with Sandra Gathmann explains what’s happening. 01:00 - Sudan’s Struggle for Democracy 01:53 - Rivalry between the Army and RSF 02:32 - Origins of the RSF 03:14 - The Army and RSF Relationship at breaking point 04:25 - How the Fighting Started 05:02 - Calls for Peace This episode features: Hiba Morgan - AJE Correspondent Alan Boswell - International Crisis Group Check out our other Start Here episodes 🤍 Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 #Sudan #SudanUnrest #SudanClashes #SudanFighting #RSF #SudaneseArmy #SudanCeasefire #Khartoum

Sudán del Sur, país maldito


En Sudán del Sur, la guerra civil que ha devastado el país durante cuatro años lo ha convertido en un desangre. La hambruna arrecia en todas las áreas de conflicto y golpea principalmente a las personas desplazadas que, en el proceso de perder batallas, deben abandonar todo para sobrevivir. Suscriba a nuestra cadena en YouTube : 🤍 En VIVO - Siga FRANCE 24 aquí 🤍 Nuestro sitio : 🤍 Únase a la comunidad Facebook : 🤍 Siganos en Twitter : 🤍

Sudan: RSF accused of killing hundreds of people from the Masalit community in the Darfur region


It's seven months since fighting erupted in Sudan. (Subscribe: 🤍 Away from the world's attention, the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, are still battling for control of the capital, Khartoum. But the RSF now controls most of the Darfur region, where they're allegedly waging a new campaign of killing and rape. They and allied Arab militias are accused of killing at least 1,000 people from the ethnic-African Masalit community in the town of Ardamata. - Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 TikTok - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍

What Went Wrong in Sudan?


Protests have erupted in Sudan after yet another military seize of power. But the African state with some 40 million people didn't get to where it is today overnight. The United States, Britain and even the Soviet Union have each played a role in Sudan's current problems. So what went wrong? #Sudan #Africa #Colonialism Subscribe for more videos: 🤍 Sign up for subtext, our newsletter about the people and movements driving change in our society: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍

Sudan conflict leaves thousands dead, millions displaced | DW News


The UN says the conflict between ethnic groups in Sudan has killed hundreds in recent weeks. The violence comes against the backdrop of a civil war that started in April of this year. More than six million people have since been displaced by the conflict. In the western state of Darfur, officials say non-Arabs have been targeted by paramilitary groups in attacks described as on the verge of 'pure evil.' 00:00 Intro and report 02:33 DW speaks with Gillian Kitley, Sudan Office Chief, OHCHR Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Sudan #Darfur #EthnicCleansing

Dwóch Generałów Jeden Sudan


Sudan płonie. Niemcy wyłączyli ostatnie elektrownie atomowe, a Ukraina I NATO mają małe problemy komunikacyjne które podbija nie kto inny jak Orban. W tym filmie opowiemy wam o wojnie w Sudanie, Dziwnych decyzjach i pośmiejemy się z polityki międzynarodowej. Zapraszamy na film bo warto. Chcesz pomóc nam tworzyć filmy - Wesprzyj Nas! PATRONITE - 🤍 Nasze socjale : 🤍 🤍 Grupa na fb - 🤍 Użyliśmy: Smokey's Lounge - Licencja Biblioteki audio YouTub tagi: orb,polityka,polityka zagraniczna,sudan,wojna w sudanie,co się dzieje w sudanie,niemcy,elektrownie atomowe,niemcy elektorwnie,ekologia,wiadomości,ukraina,nato,węgry,orban,problemy świata,orb news,orb short,orb analiza,globalista,śmieszne,fun news,eduakcja,ciekawe,polityka międzynardowa,polityka polska,kanał polityczny,commentery,ważne,xd,inba,afera,konflikt,geopolityka,wiadomości ze świata Źródło: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #orb #sudan #polityka Tytuł - Dwóch Generałów Jeden Sudan XD

Seven Months of Conflict in Sudan


The war in Sudan will soon be in its eighth month and prospects for a military ceasefire or a political agreement to end the war appear crushingly bleak in the near term. Internationally-mediated talks in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia have demonstrated yet again that both sides in Sudan’s conflict believe that the threats posed to them are existential and that a military solution is only way forward. Tragically, this leaves Sudanese civilians caught in the crossfire. More than one million people have fled to neighboring countries while more than seven million Sudanese are internally displaced. Health care in the country has collapsed and the global humanitarian response is only one-quarter funded. Amidst this ever-worsening scenario, and in the absence of a coordinated international response, Sudanese are themselves stepping up to respond from the frontlines. Recent political talks in Addis Ababa have given hope for the establishment of a civilian alternative to military rule; while Sudanese-organized humanitarian talks in Cairo have offered solutions for reaching Sudanese besieged population. But with fighting set to expand to the Sudan’s still-quiet eastern states and the western region of Darfur experiencing even more extreme levels of atrocities, the time for the international community has grown short if we hope to avoid the tragic collapse of Africa’s third largest country. This event is made possible through general funding to the CSIS Africa Program. - A nonpartisan institution, CSIS is the top national security think tank in the world. Visit 🤍 to find more of our work as we bring bipartisan solutions to the world's greatest challenges. Want to see more videos and virtual events? Subscribe to this channel and turn on notifications: 🤍 Follow CSIS on: • Twitter: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍

¿Un futuro mejor para Sudán del Sur? | DW Documental


Desde su independencia en 2011, Sudán del Sur sufre una intermitente guerra civil. Después del acuerdo de paz de hace 5 años, Rebecca Nyandeng de Mabior decidió poner fin al exilio y retornar al país con sus hijas. Es la viuda de John Garang de Mabior, el líder de la independencia de Sudán del Sur de la República de Sudán. Después de un acuerdo de paz en 2005, Garang se desempeñó brevemente como vicepresidente de Sudán antes de fallecer en un accidente de helicóptero. En 2011, su deseo de lograr la independencia de Sudán del Sur se hizo realidad. Sin embargo, en los años siguientes, excombatientes por la independencia como Salva Kiir Mayardit, el actual presidente de Sudán del Sur, comenzaron a competir por el control del país. Cientos de miles murieron. Ahora Rebecca Nyandeng quiere trabajar por la unidad de su pueblo. Nada preocupa más a la viuda que pensar que la lucha de su esposo y la de millones de sudaneses del sur podría haber sido en vano. Por lo tanto, después de muchos años de exilio en Kenia, tomó la decisión de regresar a su tierra natal y participar políticamente. Su mayor sueño es que sus hijas también se labren una nueva vida en Sudán del Sur. La directora del documental, Akuol de Mabior, nació y creció en el exilio y es hija de Rebecca Nyandeng. Para ella, su identidad sursudanesa está plagada de incógnitas y miedos. Acompaña a su madre y a su hermana Nyankuir con la cámara para abordar esas incertidumbres. "Retorno al país de mi madre" es un diálogo intergeneracional sobre el desafío de compaginar vida familiar y compromiso político. #dwdocumental #documental #sudan ـــــ DW Documental le brinda información más allá de los titulares. Maravíllese con los mejores documentales de canales alemanes y empresas productoras internacionales. Conozca personas enigmáticas, viaje a territorios lejanos y entienda las complejidades de la vida moderna, siempre cerca de eventos globales y asuntos de actualidad. Suscríbase a DW Documental y descubra el mundo que le rodea. Suscríbase a DW Documental: 🤍 Nuestros otros canales de YouTube: ⮞ DW Documentary: 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو : 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku: 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी : 🤍 Para más información visite también: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Instagram (en inglés): 🤍 Facebook (en inglés): 🤍 DW Netiqueta: 🤍

Sudan's conflict explained in 5 minutes: ‘Lawlessness on the streets of Khartoum’


Who are the paramilitary RSF and why are they in conflict with the Sudan army? The unabated fighting has killed hundreds and tipped Africa's third-largest country - where around a quarter of people already relied on food aid - into a humanitarian disaster. Instead of a ceasefire, the army has entered a new phase, fighting the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) on the ground, after having stuck largely to air strikes across the capital, with fiercer clashes in central Khartoum, since the power struggle erupted. #Sudan #RSF #Army #africa #khartoum #conflict #war Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 and are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture. #Sudan #RSF #Army

Fighting erupts in Sudan’s capital between army, paramilitary | Al Jazeera Newsfeed


Fierce fighting has erupted in Sudan’s capital Khartoum following days of tension between the army and the Rapid Support Forces paramilitary group. Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News

How is South Sudan doing 12 years after independence? | DW News


The world's youngest nation, South Sudan, became independent twelve years ago after decades of civil war over demands for more regional autonomy in southern Sudan. So how has South Sudan fared since it gained its independence on July 9, 2007? Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #SouthSudan #Independence #Basketball

Why Sudan's Conflict May Be Growing


The world has its eyes on Sudan, here’s why. #geopolitics Watch the full video on the conflict in Sudan here: 🤍 Get access to behind-the-scenes vlogs, my scripts, and extended interviews over at 🤍 I made a poster about maps - check it out: 🤍 Custom Presets & LUTs [what we use]: 🤍 About: Johnny Harris is an Emmy-winning independent journalist and contributor to the New York Times. Based in Washington, DC, Harris reports on interesting trends and stories domestically and around the globe, publishing to his audience of over 3.5 million on Youtube. Harris produced and hosted the twice Emmy-nominated series Borders for Vox Media. His visual style blends motion graphics with cinematic videography to create content that explains complex issues in relatable ways. - press - NYTimes: 🤍 NYTimes: 🤍 Vox Borders: 🤍 NPR Planet Money: 🤍 - where to find me - Instagram: 🤍 Tiktok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Iz's (my wife’s) channel: 🤍 - how i make my videos - Tom Fox makes my music, work with him here: 🤍 I make maps using this AE Plugin: 🤍 All the gear I use: 🤍 - my courses - Learn a language: 🤍 Visual storytelling: 🤍

INSIDE SOUTH SUDAN (World's Newest Country)


► SUBSCRIBE for daily travel videos: 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM! 🤍 In 2011, Sudan broke into 2 separate countries. Sudan in the north and South Sudan in the South... They are completely different in every way possible. I have spent the last 48 hours in Juba, the capital city of South Sudan, and it has been one of the most interesting and eye opening trips of my entire life. Thankfully, was able to get in touch with some awesome locals through social media and they've been showing me around and making sure I'm safe. I say this because South Sudan is not the safest country around Africa it's been in a constant state of war since its existence 8 years ago. But things now seem to be much more stable than the past, and the future is bright for this oil rich country in Central/East Africa. In this video, join me as I give you a deeper look at the people, culture and life of South Sudan. Have any questions about visiting? Comment below! Follow 🤍DrewBinsky on IG Stories for updates from my trip in real time: 🤍 TEXT ME +1 310 349 3854 and I will respond :) Do you want exclusive travel advice, need help planning a trip or want a personalized shoutout? Request a custom video from me on CAMEO: 🤍 FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ►FB: 🤍 (I post daily videos there too!) ►IG Stories: 🤍 WHO AM I? My name is Drew Binsky and I am going to all 197 countries in the world. I make daily travel videos about people, culture and anything else I find interesting on the road. My ultimate goal is to inspire you to travel far and wide, because our planet is beautiful! MORE ABOUT ME: 🤍 CONTACT ME: drew (at) drewbinsky (dot) com

Skyscraper in Khartoum catches fires amid Sudan conflict


Flames engulfed landmark buildings in Sudan's capital as fighting between the army and paramilitary forces entered its sixth month. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 Footage on social media showed a burning Greater Nile Petroleum Oil Company tower – a conical building with glass facades that had become an emblem of the city. Since the conflict erupted in April, nearly 7,500 people have been killed, according to a conservative estimate from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project. The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Sign up to the Guardian's free new daily newsletter, First Edition ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 The Guardian on YouTube:  The Guardian ► 🤍 Guardian Australia ► 🤍 Guardian Football ► 🤍 Guardian Sport ► 🤍 Guardian Live ► 🤍 #Khartoum #Sudan #Conflict #Fire #WorldNews

Sudan Crisis 2023 Explained | Military conflict


In this video we'll learn about the Sudan military Crisis conflict, what is happening in Sudan, and more importantly why it is happening, and what are the reasons behind it. #sudan #sudancrisis #geopolitics

The Lion Man of Sudan #39



Salimmik - A Love Letter to Sudan | Creators for Change


This project was made possible by the YouTube Creators for Change Program. For more info go to: 🤍 I'd like to take you on a journey in this video to show you Sudan through my eyes. If you have enjoyed this journey, feel free to participate and #ShowMeYourCulture and take me on a journey to introduce me to your beautiful culture! Spread the word, share this video with your friends and don't forget to hit the Like button! Check out the videos created by my talented friends for the #CreatorsforChange program: الفيديو دا هو جزء من حملة "صناع التغيير الإيجابي" على اليوتيوب، عشان تعرفوا أكتر عن الحملة زوروا الرابط: 🤍 في الفيديو دا حبيت آخدكم في رحلة عشان تشوفوا بلدي السودان بعيوني، لو استمتعتوا بتمنى تشاركوني في هاشتاق #ShowMeYourCulture عشان أتعرف على ثقافاتكم زي ما عرفتكم على ثقافتي. لو عجبكم الفيديو، شاركوا الفيديو مع أصحابكم و اضغطوا على زر الإعجاب، و اشتركوا في قناتي عشان تشوفوا كل جديد. أهم حاجة! شوفوا الفيديوهات الرهيبة اللي عملوها أصدقائي ضمن حملة #Creatorsforchange على الرابط: تابعوني على الإنستغرام 📱👇🏽 Instagram: 🤍 تابعوني على الفيسبوك 📱👇🏽 Facebook: 🤍 تابعوني على التويتر 📱👇🏽 🤍

Putin Shows South Sudan President How to Put on Translation Earpiece


During a meeting with South Sudan President Salva Kiir in Moscow, Russian president Vladimir Putin demonstrated how to put on an earpiece that would provide a translation of their conversation. The footage released by Zvezda News shows Kiir struggling to put the device on. “Like this,” Putin was quoted as saying when he showed Kiir how to place the device on top of his ear. The meeting took place on Thursday, September 28, during an official state visit, Putin’s office said. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Subscribe to Bloomberg Originals: 🤍 Bloomberg Quicktake brings you global social video spanning business, technology, politics and culture. Make sense of the stories changing your business and your world. Connect with us on… YouTube: 🤍 Breaking News on YouTube: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

South Sudan may be heading towards genocide


The nightmare civil war in South Sudan, explained Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Widespread ethnic cleansing, burning villages, looming starvation, and gang rape “so prevalent that it’s become ‘normal.’” This is what UN experts found when they took a 10-day trip to the African country of South Sudan in late November. Now they’re sounding the alarm, warning that South Sudan, the world’s newest country, is “on the brink of catastrophe” that could rival the horrors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. In that conflict, some 800,000 people were slaughtered in the span of just 100 days while the international community watched, unable or unwilling to stop the bloodshed. Former President Bill Clinton has called his decision not to intervene one of the biggest regrets of his presidency. Read more: 🤍 is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Or on Facebook: 🤍

Battle for power in Sudan reignites conflict in Darfur


Intense fighting rages on between Sudan’s armed forces and the rebel forces. Hundreds of civilians have been killed during two months of combat, nearly two million people have fled their homes and hundreds of thousands have escaped to neighboring countries. Now, nearly half of Sudan’s remaining population is in dire humanitarian need. Stephanie Sy reports. Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: 🤍 Find more from PBS NewsHour at 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us: TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe: PBS NewsHour podcasts: 🤍 Newsletters: 🤍

Landmark tower destroyed as Sudan war continues


One of Sudan’s main landmarks in Khartoum, a glass-sided tower topped with a coil of metal, has now been reduced to a smouldering wreck amid heavy fighting between rival military factions 🤍 Keep up with the latest news from around the world: 🤍 #News #Reuters #newsfeed #Sudan #khartoum #sudancoup Subscribe: 🤍 Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get the latest news on: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Instagram: 🤍

🇸🇩 تحدي الاكل السوداني 🇸🇩 Sudan Food Challenge


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The Forgotten PYRAMIDS OF SUDAN (better than Egypt)


► SUBSCRIBE for daily travel videos: 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM? Join me: 🤍 WOWOW - TODAY WAS A TOP 10 TRAVEL DAY OF MY ENTIRE LIFE. I made it to SUDAN, country #173 and one that I've long desired to visit for many reasons, but none more than to see the ancient (forgotten) pyramids. There are more pyramids (200+) in this tiny section of Sudan than in all of Egypt, and they are just as old and impressive! My Sudanese friends and I took a camel ride to explore around the area and we were the only ones around. Not another soul in sight. If you ask me, this experience was about 10X more enjoyable than the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, which is now flooded by tour bus after bus. Add this place to your list! Follow my trip 🤍DrewBinsky behind the scenes on IG Stories: 🤍 FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ►FB: 🤍 (I post daily videos there too!) ►IG Stories: 🤍 WHO AM I? My name is Drew Binsky and I am going to all 197 countries in the world (planning to finish this 8 year mission in June 2020). I make daily travel videos about people, culture and anything else I find interesting on the road. My ultimate goal is to inspire you to travel far and wide, because our planet is beautiful! MORE ABOUT ME: 🤍 CONTACT ME: drew (at) drewbinsky (dot) com

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Arrive at UN


▶️ South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir arrived at the United Nations on Thursday ahead of his address to the 78th U.N. General Assembly. The U.N. General Debate which began Tuesday is currently underway in New York.

Joanna Lumley's Nile: Sudan | History Documentary | Reel Truth History


Subscribe here: 🤍 to be the first to watch more full length documentaries. Now two weeks into her journey down the Nile, Joanna Lumley leaves Egypt behind her, crossing Lake Nasser by ferry and entering Sudan. During the 18 hour journey she has to deal with crowding and less than sanitary conditions but agreeable travel companions. She gets to view the great statues at Abu Simbel as they pass by. They then travel by car to Wawa where they boat down a stretch of Nile in search of giant crocodiles that can grow up to 20 feet long. A further trip by car takes them to a holy mountain and then go deep underground to visit the tomb of a Queen who lived circa 650 B.C. Welcome to the History Channel, the home of gripping and powerful documentaries. Here you can watch both full length documentaries and series that explore some of the most comprehensive pieces of world history.

Ukraine 'likely' behind strikes in Sudan, Ukrainian military source says


Ukrainian special services were likely behind a series of drone strikes and a ground operation directed against a Wagner-backed militia near Sudan’s capital, a CNN investigation has found, raising the prospect that the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has spread far from the frontlines. #CNN #News

Overwhelming 24 Hours in South Sudan (harsh reality)


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WATCH: Civilian deaths rise as generals fight for power in Sudan


People in several Sudanese cities, including the capital, are sheltering in place for a third day as the country’s army and a powerful rival force battle for control of the country. Over 180 people had been killed and over 1,800 more wounded, according to a U.N. official. Because of continued fighting in the capital city of Khartoum, the death toll could be much higher as some bodies have yet to be recovered. The two forces at conflict are lead by generals who each have tens of thousands of fighters supporting them. Diplomats from the U.S., European Union, African Union and Arab nations called for an immediate ceasefire. Sudan has a long history of military coups, but fighting in Khartoum and Omdurman across the Nile River were unprecedented. Read more about the conflict at the link in our bio. This post was produced and edited by Tim McPhillips, Matt Rasnic, Julia Griffin and Yasmeen Alamiri. Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: 🤍 Find more from PBS NewsHour at 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us: TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe: PBS NewsHour podcasts: 🤍 Newsletters: 🤍

Oil Wars: Sudan Torn Apart (Civil War Documentary) | Real Stories


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