Sudan protests: The militia man behind the crackdown

When mass demonstrations in the spring led to the downfall of Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir, protesters hoped for a peaceful transition to civilian rule. (Subscribe:

But since then, the backlash has been brutal. Hundreds have died or gone missing. One man has tightened his grip on power through the most brutal arm of the state, known as the Rapid Support Forces. What’s most surprising is that Hemedti seemingly built up his power with the help of money from the European Union. A warning: this report contains images that viewers may find disturbing.


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14 Responses

  1. This Militia leader (Dagalu) is wanted at the ICC for crimes against humanity. This flip flap on the EU position has weakened the ICC as an instrument for justice. It has become a political tool for the EU.

  2. Will the channel 4 talk about how Sajid javid just signed the extradition of Julian assange to America?

    Will the channel 4 talk about how Sajid javid is gonna flood the UK with mass illegal immigration from Africa and middle East threw the ‘UN global migration pact’ ?

  3. How convenient the EU working with Arab Invaders to continue to force their will on the indigenous population. In the end it will be the EU resuming control of land and resources and the Arab invaders will be public enemy number one yet again. When will we learn?

  4. Revolts are such romantic notions until you realize who is behind ‘your revolt’ and their intentions are far from good.
    Sad that people(Citizens) continue to make way for profiteers of war to get an excuse to destabilize their countries.
    The only uniting thread for these revolting countries is oil.
    Do the mathsπŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€

  5. The Eu are just going to become another ruthless totalitarian power bloc like Russia or China, UK Out!
    Keep the nukes trained on Brussels and fight their influence internationally.

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