lilicrevere:

Remember when the fucking Notre Dame burned down and everyone knew instantly and it was over every single news outlet?

Well there’s been a massacre going on in Sudan for DAYS and NOBODIES COVERING IT!

So there is currently a media blackout in Sudan to try and coverup the horrors taking place:

Stop what you’re doing and please reblog this. Innocent people are being murdered, people are trapped, have no internet access, and are being raped by the dozens on the streets of Sudan.

The death toll is estimated to be over 300 civilians. And the fact that not a single major news outlet is covering this is horrific and disgusting. Please help get the word out about Sudan!

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npr:

A military council has taken control of Sudan and arrested longtime President Omar al-Bashir, the country’s military said Thursday. The move comes after opposition protesters recently gained new momentum in demanding al-Bashir leave office.

Sudan’s defense minister, Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf, said the “regime” had been removed and its head arrested, as he announced the coup in a televised statement.

The minister said a transitional military council will rule the country for two years.

Protesters have been calling for al-Bashir’s ouster for months. Thousands swelled the capital Khartoum’s streets as the military promised to make an important announcement earlier Thursday.

Sudan’s Military Says It Has Taken Control And Arrested President Omar Al-Bashir

Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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npr:

A military council has taken control of Sudan and arrested longtime President Omar al-Bashir, the country’s military said Thursday. The move comes after opposition protesters recently gained new momentum in demanding al-Bashir leave office.

Sudan’s defense minister, Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf, said the “regime” had been removed and its head arrested, as he announced the coup in a televised statement.

The minister said a transitional military council will rule the country for two years.

Protesters have been calling for al-Bashir’s ouster for months. Thousands swelled the capital Khartoum’s streets as the military promised to make an important announcement earlier Thursday.

Sudan’s Military Says It Has Taken Control And Arrested President Omar Al-Bashir

Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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