19 August 2022
Protesters are gathering in Port Sudan, Red Sea State to participate in today's demonstrations against SudanCoup and military rule.7 month ago
Protesters are gathering in Port Sudan, Red Sea State to participate in today's demonstrations against SudanCoup and military rule.
Protest has also begun in Umbadda, Omdurman. Umbadda Resistance Committees were the ones who made the call for today's demonstrations.
Protesters have begun gathering in the Bashdar area of Khartoum.
Video shows today's protest by Bank of Khartoum staff earlier today7 month ago
Video shows today's protest by Bank of Khartoum staff earlier today
Al-Burhan stresses the need to implement the tasks of the transitional period in Sudan in order to achieve peace and establish security
The head of the Sovereign Council in Sudan stresses the need to form an independent government of competencies with specific tasks
The French Foreign Ministry calls for respect for the rights of the Sudanese to peacefully express their views without fear of reprisals
Increased readiness in Sudan by 100% in the ranks of the regular forces
UNMIS(United Nations Mission in Sudan): Distrust of inclusive dialogue must be overcome
The United Nations Mission in Sudan: We are concerned about the political crisis and its persistence, which impedes progress achieved
Sudan Doctors Committee announces the death of Husameldin Ahmed Khair, 24, who was shot in the chest by SudanCoup forces during today's demonstrations in Omdurman. He is the third life taken by authorities today.
Intensifying security measures in Khartoum after Hamdok announced his resignation from the presidency of the Sudanese government
Abdullah Hamdouk: The solution to the political crisis will only be through dialogue at a round table that includes all parties
[email protected] has announced his resignation from the post of prime-minister following weeks of continues repression by the military which has repeatedly led to the deaths of protesters
Hamdok: I worked to spare Sudan the dangers of sliding into disaster
The Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan: a twenty-year-old man, whose data has not been identified, died after a violent head injury by the forces of the coup d'état, which led to the laceration of the skull during his participation in the January 2 million marches in Khartoum locality
Sudan Police fire tear gas to disperse demonstrators in the vicinity of the presidential palace in Khartoum
Injuries caused by the Sudanese police firing tear gas to disperse demonstrators in the vicinity of the presidential palace
Sudanese police fire tear gas to disperse protesters in the vicinity of the presidential palace in Khartoum
Protest in Sennar7 month ago
Protest in Sennar
The processions break the security cordon and succeed in reaching Al Qasr Street
7 month ago
Security forces suppress protestors' processions with tear gas in Port Sudan
Sudanese police fire tear gas and stun grenades at protesters south of Al-Qasr Street in Khartoum
Police fire tear gas at protesters in Khartoum
Huge crowds gather at Bashdar station (Khartoum) and are scheduled to move towards the presidential palace in rejection of the coup and Al Burhan Hamdok agreement on Jan2March.
Protesters are moving in Bashdar towards Presidential palace in Khartoum
Proesters at al-Fatihab Bridge this morning, people came to the bridge and found it closed7 month ago
Proesters at al-Fatihab Bridge this morning, people came to the bridge and found it closed
Protest beginning in Shambat, Bahri
Heavy presence of SudanCoup forces around the capital today, who have closed bridges ahead of demonstrations set to head for the presidential palace in central Khartoum. Internet/telecom (including local calls) services reportedly to be shut down until 8pm.
Confirmed: Mobile Internet disrupted in Sudan from ~10 am local time ahead of anti-coup protests in Khartoum; network data show service cut as demonstrators gather for first pro-democracy march of 2022; incident ongoing
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