Nile street blockade by protestors after security forces (reportedly made up of RSF, police and army members) fired shots at them

Map. History of Sudan conflict

23 October 2019
Medical Committee of the sit-in at the General Command in Sudan announced the injury of 11 people after shooting near the perimeter of the sit-in
Nile street blockade by protestors after security forces (reportedly made up of RSF, police and army members) fired shots at them
Protesters oppose the attempt by security forces to close the Nile Street in the vicinity of the picket in front of the army headquarters in Khartoum
Shooting now at Nile street in Khartoum
Khartoum: shooting now of security forces on protesting citizens at Nile street
Video shows RSF officer aiming his weapon at citizens - literally putting them in his sights to shoot.
One dead and several injured in clashes between Sudanese security forces and protesters at picket in the capital Khartoum
Video shows one of the citizens injured on Nile Street after shots were fired. It is still unclear who is responsible and why.
Heavy gunfire on the perimeter of the picket in front of the Sudanese Army Command
Sudanese Forces of Freedom and Change: Elections can not take place in 3 months with millions are still in refugee camps
Military Council in Sudan: Military arrested after opened fire following a brawl that killed a woman and injured a citizen
Vice President of the Sudanese Transitional Council: Countries that lie in wait for us to become like Syria and Libya
4 month ago
Egypt Air is resuming its flights to Khartoum starting this evening
Protesters in Sudan's capital Khartoum hold posters and shout slogans outside the bank of Khartoum as they begin a two-day national strike to pile pressure on the military to hand power to a civilian administration
The forces of freedom and change in Sudan: We will not accept any early elections until the appropriate environment is available
Staff of Khartoum State Ministry of Planning and Urban Development come out in protest, signaling their commitment to general strike.
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince receives the President of the Sudan Transitional Military Council upon arrival at Abu Dhabi airport on a visit to the UAE
The forces of freedom and change in Sudan announced a strike in public and private institutions and companies on 28 and 29 May
Rapid support forces monitor closely those who plan to destabilize Sudan: Hemetti
The start of a new round of negotiations between the transitional military council in Sudan and the forces of freedom and change
Launch of a negotiating round between the Sudanese Transitional Military Council and the forces of freedom and change in the presidential palace in Khartoum. Sudan
Sudan forces of freedom and change announce the launch of a campaign of civil disobedience in Sudan as of Thursday
From the Kassala sit-in:   arrival of two protest groups to the sit-in5 month ago
From the Kassala sit-in: "arrival of two protest groups to the sit-in"
A map outlining the official sit-in area as per the SPA directives
Sudan protesters: The Transitional Military Council of Sudan suspends negotiations with us until the removal of barricades
Sudanese protesters will provide Sudanese army leadership with a map showing the limits of sit-in
Protester gives account of what happened. Summary: RSF attacked protesters after attempting to clear the barricades on Jamhouria Street. RSF shot at protesters, and then the army came and shot at RSF until they retreated. Estimate more than 10 protesters injured.
Live broadcast from Jamhouria street. Person recording: "live ammunition being fired by RSF, and attempts to clear barricades. There were some casualties (injuries)."
Footage from protests in Bara, North Kurdufan State.
Photos from the sit-in in front of the Command of the Fifth Infantry Division, El-Obeid, North Kurdufan State.
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