Reports that Atbara sit-in has been dispersed.

Map. History of Sudan conflict

23 October 2019
Video of protest in Maamoura, Khartoum now - corner of 60th and Juba street
Shots in Jabra area of Khartoum
US State Department: We condemn the Sudanese forces' attack on peaceful demonstrators
Activists: a campaign of random arrests in several areas in Khartoum and a large number of missing since the morning.
Protesters in Khartoum using roaming internet as networks shutdown
Sudan Military Council: We regret the development of the situation in this way and affirm our keenness on the security of the homeland and the safety of citizens
Activists: an attack on a medical staff in front of the emergency entrance of Royal Care Hospital in Khartoum
Rapid Support Forces were deployed at the Royal Kir hospital in Khartoum
Reports that Atbara sit-in has been dispersed.
4 month ago
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: We condemn in the strongest terms the use of live ammunition against the protests in Sudan
Government forces fire heavy teargas inside Gedarif Hospital, as well inside a mosque and at the market.
Khartoum: According to Nazim, death toll has risen to 26.
The former sit-in site in front of Army HQ
4 month ago
Germany: The violent evacuation of the protest area seriously risks handing over power to a government led by civilians
The forces of freedom and change in Sudan accuse the Rapid Support Forces and the army of responsibility for the "crime" of breaking the peaceful sit-in
The European Union calls on the Sudanese Transitional Council to transfer power to civilians
4 month ago
British Foreign Secretary: Assaulting Khartoum sit-ins is a disgraceful step that will only lead to division and violence
Streets in Gedarif have been completely barricaded [by protesters]
Sudan military did not break up sit-in 'by force': spokesman
4 month ago
Egypt called on all parties in Sudan to exercise restraint and return to dialogue to achieve the goals of the people
The forces of freedom and change announce the cessation of negotiations with the Sudanese Transitional Council
Death toll in Sudan's capital rises to 5 as the army storms the sit-in camp: AFP
Spokesman for the Transitional Military Council in Sudan told Sky News Arab: security forces has cleared the protest camp in Khartoum and wil not allowed the protesters to go back
Spokesman for the Transitional Military Council in Sudan for the Arab News Sky News: We have been in contact until this morning with leaders of the forces of freedom and change
Sudanese doctors: 3 dead and 60 wounded in an attempt to break the picket
Sudanese Nation Party calls for demonstrations throughout the country
Khartoum: The sound of bullets is now continuous in the vicinity of the area. Coming from the side of Nile Street
The Sudanese professionals Union calls for "full and complete civil disobedience to bring down the military council and to continue the revolution"
Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD):Two peaceful protester was killed by live bullets fired at the orders of The Transitional Military Council (TMC)
British Ambassador in Khartoum, Sudan: Extremely concerned by the heavy gunfire I've been hearing over the last hour from my Residence and reports that Sudanese security forces are attacking the protest sit-in site resulting in casualties. No excuse for any such attack. This. Must. Stop. Now.
Opposition announced in a statement a halt to negotiations with the Sudan Military Council
Demonstrations in several areas in Khartoum reject crackdown in the sit-in
"Tens of injured at Royal Care Hospital; hospital surrounded by RSF"
News from the ground: protesters are being chased by Rapid Support Forces to neighbourhoods and are gunned down with live ammo
Outside Royal Care Hospital, Burri in Khartoum
Burning of sit in tents by Rapid Support militias amidst full support from army
Mohamed Najeed St. barricaded.
Footage captured from livestream shows force used to enter sit-in. Many confimed gunshot wounds. Footage from Buri Rd in front of Navy HQ in Khartoum
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