Using the social networking site Facebook , Sudanese students called for a street demonstration  on January 30 to protest against the government of Omar al-Bashir. The protests have claimed the life  of Mohammed Abdulrahman, a student at the Ahaliya University. This is our latest roundup of #SudanJan30  tweets.
@MissTaha asks :
@simsimt Any protests today in Khartoum? #SudanJan30
@simsimt replies :
@MissTaha I'm not sure. There's supposed to be a more organized one in 3rd February.
@BreathingPsyAir asks  world leaders to stay out of #SudanJan30:
#Sudan needs thick-skinned #Bashir but also stability – they do not need a walk-all-over, so World Leaders plz stay out of this #SudanJan30
@simsimt tweets: 
By the death of one student in yesterday's protests matters will begin to escalate, and history might once again prove many to be wrong.
Names of those known to have been arrested in #SudanJan30 protests today now posted at: http://www.hurriyatsudan.com/?p=12098
#SudanJan30 #RIP Mohammed Abdelrahman, student at the Ahlia University protests, died during the night
@BreathingPsyAir thinks  Sudan should not be compared with Egypt or Tunisia:
Annoyed with #Sudan comparisons- reasons/motives are different from #Egypt + #Tunisia- Not remove #Bashir, Change System #SudanJan30 #Jan
A video link from @SudanGuardian :
VIDEO: More Clips from Sudan Protest in Jackson Square Please Hash all news to #SudanJan30 http://me.lt/3Tff6
@elzubeir asks :
Is it true that the organizer of the #SudanJan30 is daughter of a newspaper editor who was arrested before the protest began?
http://tiny.cc/5qbw2 – Making Sense of Sudan: “Tunis, Egypt—is Sudan Next?” #25Jan #Egypt #SudanJan30
France24 journalist looking for people who've been in Khartoum demonstrations yesterday email@example.com #sudanjan30
Usually opposition and editors get arrested. Today it's their sons & daughters http://yhoo.it/hhi7Qf #SudanJan30
A long phone call with a well-educated friend. He dropped the bomb that we are not ready yet for change because of our ‘lack of education’.
Visit Jan30Sudan , a project for mapping the protests online.