All eyes on Sudan today as Sudanese march for freedom. Deaths are reported due to military repression measures.
In the lead-up to Bashir’s fall, tens of thousands of protesters were organized through social media, today, the citizens no longer have access to the internet.
Just a month ago in Sudan, more than 100 people have been killed and more than 500 wounded at the peaceful sit-in protests outside the military headquarters in the Sudanese capital.
Today, 'Million March' is expected to be the first mass demonstration since a deadly crackdown by security forces. The protesters are demanding power be handed over to a civilian-led government and justice for all lives lost at the hands of the Rapid Support Forces.
Sudanese awarded journalist Ahmed Ali Abulgadir tuning in from a safe location in Saudi Arabia.
N1 reporter: "Are you provided with assistance in KSA?"
Ahmed: "I am afraid what will happen to me after this interview airs. I'm afraid for my life!"
Saudi Arabia supports Sudanese military forces in the repression of the Sudanese people and does not provide aid to establish a democratic society in Sudan.