News from Sudan
A report monitored major violations of freedom of expression after the military coup. Al-Sudani newspaper announced the suspension of its publication for a period of (10) days in protest of what it described as the bloodiness that accompanied the November 17 demonstrations in the city of Khartoum North.
The administration of Al-Sudani newspaper decided to suspend publications for a period of 10 days, and journalist Amr Shaaban (Darfur24) stated that the suspension of publications came in protest against the bloodshed that accompanied the November 17 demonstrations in Al-Moasasa area in Khartoum North.
Al-Jazeera network condemned the arrest of its office manager in Khartoum, Al-Musallami Al-Kabbashi, and demanded his immediate release, holding the military authorities responsible for the safety of all its crews in Sudan.
Photographer of "The Independent Arabia" in Sudan, Hassan Hamed, revealed that he was severely beaten and his camera was smashed by a police force in the capital, Khartoum.