Former Bashir adviser is the face of Sudan protests

The government responded by arresting Mr Din’s close aide Mahmoud al-Jamel as the protests, which started last December over the high prices of essential commodities such as fuel and bread, have now spread to Darfur in the west, and to the north.

~ Daily Monitor

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