Protest in Al-Sahafa this morning

Map. History of Sudan conflict

26 June 2019
07:05 Live feed from protest staged in front of University of Khartoum "During iftaar, RSF attacked the protesters in front of UoK and beat them mercilessly. When the number of people kept increasing they backed down but are still there discussing among themselves"
Protesters injured by RSF today are being treated at the sit-in field clinics.
Sudanese security forces reopen roads closed by protesters in central Khartoum
Sudan security forces also dispersed about 100 protesters, but there were no reports of casualties.
Khartoum: A Reuters witness said police, backed by the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, dismantled barriers that were erected by protesters at the entrance to the bridge, causing traffic jams.
Protest in Al-Sahafa this morning
Workers of the Sudatel Telecommunications Company closed the street in front of the tower leading to the university street in the capital Khartoum on Sunday, 12 May 2019.
Sudan opposition: We received a call from the military council to resume negotiations and seek to resolve our differences within 72 hours
Declaration of Sudan opposition forces: The Transitional Military Council is not serious about the transfer of power
The spokesman of the Transitional Military Council says they agree on restructuring governing bodies. Sovereignty council and legislative council but says that Islamic sharia law must be source of legislation and Arabic official language
Sudan: the TMC government has stated sharia law should remain basis of any kind of legislation in the country.
Khartoum: attempt to remove the barricades at Kober bridge, people are heading there now
Sudanese Professionals Gathering: Attempts to remove barricades off Kupper's Tomb, one of the roads leading to the sit-in
President of the Transitional Military Council in Sudan Abdel Fattah Borhan appoints Abbas Ali as head of the judiciary and exempts Abdel-Majid Idris from this post
Sudanese forces try to break longstanding sit-in in front of army headquarters, protestors resist: Witnesses
The Transitional Military Council of Sudan affirms that equal representation of civilians and military personnel in the sovereign council can be accepted
The Transitional Military Council of Sudan confirms its refusal to accept a majority of civilians in the Council of Sovereignty
Khartoum's sit-in Friday prayer on Buri Rd at the General Command
Opposition forces in Sudan: We await the response of the military council to the document of the transitional period that we have presented
East Khartoum rally
March of Ibn Sina College, Khartoum.
Procession of Shabasha city, White Nile State heading towards Khartoum sit-in in front of Military HQ.
Students protesting in Suakin, Red Sea State.1 month ago
Students protesting in Suakin, Red Sea State.
African Union gives Sudan military further 60 days to hand power to civilians: statement
Sudanese Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Hashim Abdalmuttalib: The army will not fire a bullet at the people
Chief of Staff of the Sudanese Army: Armed forces will stand with the people to achieve the objectives of this revolution, but away from sabotage and security chaos
Spokesman for Sudanese protesters: We can only escalate the struggle.
Sudan's army is "not serious" about handing power to civilians, a protest leader says
Sudanese protesters: the language of the military junta is provocative and we do not accept another tyrant in Sudan after al-Bashir
1 month ago
Sudan's military council deputy head: We are ready to negotiate but no chaos after today
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