https://news.sky.com/story/sudan-stench-of-bodies-at-school-which-was-completely-destroyed-11740744 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...xual-abuse-khartoum-omar-bashir-a8954851.html https://www.complex.com/life/2019/06/sudan-massacre-whats-happening-how-to-help https://www.hrw.org/news/2019/06/12/sudan-end-network-shutdown-immediately Peaceful protests in favour of a democratic civilian government in Sudan, have led to the death of many people, with some reports suggesting up to 500 killed. There have been further allegations of rape, including the rape of children. It started with the ousting of their long term president, Omar al-Bashir. He was ousted via a military coup on April 6th, this year, after ruling for three decades. This was in protest of his emergency austerity policies which aimed to prevent the country entering economic collapse. This dropped living standards, which included cuts to bread and fuel subsidies. The UN are now claiming that the country are heading into a ‘human rights abyss’. The country is currently under the control of a military council. Sudan doesn’t have a unified army and there are a various amount of paramilitary groups and Islamist militias. Protesters have demanded control is changed to a civilian group.