Sudan Sudan News Agency: Release of SPLM leaders Yasser Arman, Khamis Jalab and Mubarak Ardual.

Map. History of Sudan conflict

26 June 2019
Washington will send a senior diplomat to Khartoum to urge the parties to resume negotiations
Sudanese opposition leader to Reuters: The 8 members of the Sovereign Council, including 3 women, will be announced Tuesday
Landline internet connections were down across Sudan on Monday, a week after mobile online services were cut following a deadly crackdown on protesters
Himedti's Janjaweed militias have launched an attack on [the town of] Dileij in Central Darfur State since yesterday.2 week ago
Himedti's Janjaweed militias have launched an attack on [the town of] Dileij in Central Darfur State since yesterday.
Sudan's last remaining internet connections are being cut, constituting a near-total blackout amid reports of severe atrocities in Darfur; Sudatel currently largely offline
Khartoum Airport Company confirms that air traffic is normal and some airlines have requested additional flights
Sudan Sudan News Agency: Release of SPLM leaders Yasser Arman, Khamis Jalab and Mubarak Ardual.
Sudan Military Council: Patrols will be conducted in all cities to maintain the security of citizens
Sudan Military Council denies reports of defections from security forces
Sudan military council decides to strengthen security forces to open roads and guard strategic facilities
The Sudanese Military Council: Barriers and road closures are crimes
Sudan arrests opposition leaders after Ethiopia mediation effort
The forces of freedom and change: Prime Minister of Ethiopia proposed a rotating presidency of the sovereign council
The United Nations proposes sending observers to Sudan to investigate allegations of human rights violations since the crackdown on sit-in
Sudanese doctors' committee: Death toll in Khartoum sit-in has risen to 113
Ethiopia PM visits Khartoum to broker talks between generals, protesters: AFP
More than 50 RSF trucks driving down on airport road just now. What's interesting to see is that they drove slow, more like a procession. They seem to be driving out of Khartoum.
Here's a sharper picture of one of the Emirati-made NIMR Ajban 440A. It's driving north along Bashir Elnefeidi Street in Khartoum, Sudan
Sudan's rapid support forces begin withdrawing from the Nile Street leading to the sit-in in Khartoum
The African Union is considering imposing sanctions on those involved in violence in Sudan
The African Union Commission suspends the membership of the Sudan until the handover of power to a civilian government
Ethiopian prime minister to visit Sudan to mediate between military council and opposition alliance: diplomatic source
2 week ago
Russian Foreign Ministry: We oppose international intervention in Sudanese affairs
2 week ago
Russian Foreign Ministry: There must be elections in Sudan to find a solution and this requires calm by all parties
The United Nations temporarily withdraws some of its staff in Sudan following the escalation in the country
Khartoum: 15 unidentified bodies confirmed in Bashair morguq
Gruesome images are surfacing online of bodies pulled out of the Nile. Activist @NazimSirag says 9 bodies found in the river at one location alone, 6 men and 3 women.
Himedti: "we have managed to arrest many responsible for the road blockarricades. But we are working towards finding the person who is financingpaying for the barricades and road blocks."
Photos show the massive barricades built in the streets of Port Sudan, Red Sea State2 week ago
Photos show the massive barricades built in the streets of Port Sudan, Red Sea State
Amid escalating violence in Sudan, at least three NIMR Ajban 440A 4x4 light protected vehicles have been spotted on the streets. These vehicles are made in the United Arab Emirates. Activists claim that they're operated by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF).
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