Rioting ongoing at Jabra, Al Khartum

Map. History of Sudan conflict

19 June 2019
Sudanese presidency: Bashir exempts state governors and appoints military instead and dissolves local governments
Protests continue before, during and after Bashir announcement.
Rioting ongoing at Jabra, Al Khartum
Sudan President Bashir declares emergency rule for one year amid deadly protests
Finally, the point of the speech. Bashir declares a state of emergency for one year and dissolves government and local government.
Al-Bashir: I call on Parliament to postpone consideration of the constitutional amendments to open the doors of dialogue and national initiatives
Al-Bashir: I address you today and our country is going through a difficult and complicated period of its history
President Omar al-Bashir arrives at the presidential palace.
Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah arrived in Sudan as Bashir prepares his speech
Bashir is now 90 minutes late to his speech.3 month ago
Bashir is now 90 minutes late to his speech.
3 month ago
Head of Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Services Salah Gosh announces that President Omar Al-Bashir will step down as head of ruling National Congress Party and that the constitution will NOT be amended to allow for his 2020 re-election.
A night demonstration in the Shambat area in the Khartoum Bahri
3 month ago
A Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Lagos, Nigeria has been diverted to Khartoum, Sudan for unknown reasons
Sudan Protest: Two Military pickups trying to run over protestors, crashing on each other.
Protest in Haj Yousif3 month ago
Protest in Haj Yousif
The Sudanese security tries to confiscate and prevent all photos and videos documenting today's march by forcibly searching mobile phones of citizens in the streets and detaining them.
Demonstration in the city Wad Madani against Bashir government3 month ago
Demonstration in the city Wad Madani against Bashir government
Protest at Omdurman market3 month ago
Protest at Omdurman market
Rally at Arab Market - Jackson station in Khartoum
Rally today near Jackson station, Khartoum
Number of Sudanese opposition leaders arrested, including the deputy head of the Umma Party
A protest of employees of Zain Telecommunications in Sudan's capital Khartoum on Thursday (February 21st).
A US official warns that crackdowns in Sudan are threatening efforts to pull the country out of the blacklist
3 month ago
Parties to conflict reportedly raping, killing civilians, government's "scorched earth policy" may leave 20,000 displaced - UN South Sudan human rights commission
Protest in Al Sahafa, Khartoum
Public facilities destroyed in South Kordofan arson attack
Protest now at Abdullah Al Tayeb Street in Khartoum
Protest in the Haj Yousuf-Wahda area in the Bahri city of the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Monday (February 18th).
Burning tires at Al Ma'arad St in Khartoum
Night protest in Shambat Al-Mawiya Street
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