Sudanese protester captures emotional charge of political uprising | ITV News

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Published on 09 Dec 2019 / In Beautiful Women

Sudanese people are taking to the streets calling for a revolution.

These protests span generations, classes and tribes where tens of thousands of people are united in demanding for freedom - a symbol of protest against the thirty year rule of President Omar al-Bashir.

One image in particular has captured the emotional charge of the political uprising, as a young woman in Khartoum captivates protesters in the capital of Sudan, which has been shared thousands of times around the world.

The woman, who has not been identified, had been dubbed "Kandaka", which means Nubian queen, and is the name by which women who have joined the protest have become known as.

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