16 June 2021
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 year 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).
Saudi Arabia stresses the importance of resuming dialogue between the various Sudanese forces
Members of RSF and NISS reportedly assault members of SPLM-N(Agar) and arrest Yassir Arman in Khartoum Sudan
Sudan: The internet blackout is ongoing on all networks except canar and sudatel landlines.
From central doctors committee Sudan: 40 bodies were recovered from the Nile yesterday. They were taken in RSF trucks to unknown destination. The peaceful revolution continues and the RSF and military council are falling.
2 year ago
Russian Foreign Ministry: We refuse to interfere in the affairs of Sudan and external pressures
The barricades on Shingeeti Street in Omdurman are being turned into trenches.
The Central Sudan Doctors' Committee reports on injuries among citizens as security forces fire at them in Bahri city
Message from Omdurman, Sudan: The military is clearing barricades in our neighborhood, and beating people with whips. Some people are celebrating Eid, others are still fasting. Network is nonexistent - no calls or messages go through
Video: RSF attacking citizens after Eid prayer
Mobile internet and majority of internet providers are still down in Sudan. Roads are closed and people are terrified to go out on the streets, which are overrun with security forces. A small minority of people have gone to Eid prayers, in defiance of TMC announcing Eid on Wednesday.
Reuters: Sudanese opposition rejects the announcement of the military council to hold elections after nine months
Video: armed men in Bahri this morning
More than 35 dead after Sudan forces break up sit-in: new toll
UN Security Council to discuss Sudan crisis on Tuesday
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.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: We condemn in the strongest terms the use of live ammunition against the protests in Sudan
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