An eye witness reported today that the government of Sudan in Khartoum has relived the national police from their duties to crush the protesting students and has replaced them with National Security Service Personnel and National Congress Party Students armed with machetes and machine guns, several students were injured today and carried into hospital as protests against the government widened. Thousands blocked the streets outside Khartoum University and The Mek Nimer Bridge, hundreds were out from Sudan University, near the Khartoum Stadium, hundreds were out in Omdurman Al Ahliya University and surrounding areas, hundreds were out from Al Tigana University, Al Thourah Omudrman, as well as residents of Al Tourah, Al Hara 4, 5 and 6 and Students from Al Hisahisa, School of Eduction, Jazeera State.
By Khalid Osman
The African Migrant News Paper – Melbourne Australia
It is a great honour for Africa and for you to succeed Luis Moreno-Ocampo as the ICC’s Deputy Prosecutor, it is an also a great pleasure for an African newspaper to conduct this interview.
Welcome Fatou to Melbourne
A Sudanese Activist who criticized publicly the Sudanese president assistant was detained in Khartoum. Mohamed Hassan Aalim ( Boshi) a gradate electrical engineer was arrested from his home in Khartoum North.
Many human Rights organization in Sudan expressed their concern and demanded immediate release of Mr Aalim.
Photo By Carmel Shute: Peter Lewinsky & Khalid Osman
In September 2009 Mr Peter Lewinsky was appointed as Chair of Administrators to run Brimbank City Council. Mr Lewinsky has specialist experience as an Administrator in reforming troubled organisations; eleven elected councillors were dismissed by the State Government earlier that year and replaced by three Administrators.
In an attempt to bring the African Community closer to local government, Mr Khlaid Osman, an African migrant from Sudan, interviewed Mr Lewinsky at the Brimbank shire office in Sunshine, on Tuesday 17th of November, 2011.