Sudanese President al-Bashir Ousted by Military

2019-04-12

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  • Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has been ousted by the military following months of protests.
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  • Al-Bashir, who is 75 years old, ruled the country for 30 years.
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  • He is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
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  • Sudan's defense minister appeared on television Thursday to speak to the country.
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  • He said military leaders will create a group to run the government for the next two years.
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  • He added that al-Bashir has been arrested and is in a safe place.
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  • Following al-Bashir's ouster, tens of thousands of people filled the streets of the capital city of Khartoum.
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  • They danced and shouted to celebrate.
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  • A woman named Fatima was outside with her children.
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  • She told VOA the protesters are not rats, as the government has called them. They are lions, she said.
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  • Some Sudanese have been protesting against al-Bashir's government since December.
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  • They accused his government of failing to deal with the economy.
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  • In recent months, Sudan has seen shortages of fuel and sharp increases on food prices.
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  • Pressure increased this week, as protesters held a sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum.
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  • On Tuesday, soldiers protected the crowd from riot police.
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  • The move was a sign that the army did not support al-Bashir.
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  • Protesters have called for a civilian government.
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  • They say they will not accept leaders from the military, security forces or al-Bashir's government.
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  • Sudan expert Eric Reeves of Harvard University spoke to VOA about the situation.
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  • He said that the "future remains very unclear at this moment."
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  • I'm Kelly Jean Kelly.
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  • Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has been ousted by the military following months of protests. Al-Bashir, who is 75 years old, ruled the country for 30 years. He is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
  • 2
  • Sudan's defense minister appeared on television Thursday to speak to the country. He said military leaders will create a group to run the government for the next two years. He added that al-Bashir has been arrested and is in a safe place.
  • 3
  • Many Sudanese celebrate, but worry about what is next
  • 4
  • Following al-Bashir's ouster, tens of thousands of people filled the streets of the capital city of Khartoum. They danced and shouted to celebrate.
  • 5
  • A woman named Fatima was outside with her children. She told VOA the protesters are not rats, as the government has called them. They are lions, she said.
  • 6
  • Some Sudanese have been protesting against al-Bashir's government since December. They accused his government of failing to deal with the economy. In recent months, Sudan has seen shortages of fuel and sharp increases on food prices.
  • 7
  • Pressure increased this week, as protesters held a sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum. On Tuesday, soldiers protected the crowd from riot police. The move was a sign that the army did not support al-Bashir.
  • 8
  • Protesters have called for a civilian government. They say they will not accept leaders from the military, security forces or al-Bashir's government.
  • 9
  • Sudan expert Eric Reeves of Harvard University spoke to VOA about the situation. He said that the "future remains very unclear at this moment."
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  • I'm Kelly Jean Kelly.
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  • Kelly Jean Kelly adapted this story for Learning English based on reports from VOA and Reuters. Ashley Thompson was the editor.