19 August 2022
Sudanese security forces fire tear gas and sound bombs to disperse the rebels at the entrance to the Presidential Palace Street in Khartoum.
Photos show Jan13March in Kassala, eastern Sudan7 month ago
Photos show Jan13March in Kassala, eastern Sudan
Protesters gathering in Zalingei, Central Darfur to participate in today's nationwide demonstrations against SudanCoup7 month ago
Protesters gathering in Zalingei, Central Darfur to participate in today's nationwide demonstrations against SudanCoup
Central Khartoum, 1:41pm: "Teargas & stun grenades fired at front lines of the demonstration at Sharwani Station"
Anti-coup marches begin in Omdurman. The mother of the martyr Ali Habuddin appears at the forefront of one of the processions
13:10 the start of one of the processions from Said road
7 month ago
"The situation in Sudan needs a political consensus among all existing forces, so it can be a way out of the current crisis," Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said
Al-Jazeera TV: Security deployed in the vicinity of the presidential palace in Khartoum before the start of the demonstrations
Eight countries that include Iran, Venezuela and Sudan have lost their right to vote at the United Nations because of unpaid dues
Protesters have made their way from Atbara to AlDamer to join the capital of River Nile State in its demonstrations against SudanCoup, on the second round of nationwide demonstrations set for the month of January
Beginning of processions in El Manaqil (Jazirah state) denouncing rule of military coup in Sudan7 month ago
Beginning of processions in El Manaqil (Jazirah state) denouncing rule of military coup in Sudan
Atbara committees announced that they went out in demonstrations today and that they will also participate in the demonstrations tomorrow
Port Sudan out for protests today7 month ago
Port Sudan out for protests today
Sudanese police: 22 security personnel were injured and 4 patrols were destroyed in yesterday's demonstrations
Sudanese Police: Arrest of a number of suspects in connection with assaulting security forces
Sudanese police: one protester was killed and 30 wounded, including 22 security personnel, in yesterday's demonstrations
Insecurity issues remain unresolved in both North and West Darfur: 12 people sustained gunshot injuries after armed militia attacks7 month ago
Insecurity issues remain unresolved in both North and West Darfur: 12 people sustained gunshot injuries after armed militia attacks
Sudan Doctors Committee: 26 year old Ali Hubeldin Ali died after he was shot in the neck with a teargas canister by SudanCoup forces during today's demonstrations in the capital. Death toll now at 62
In Elfashir, a memorial event was held today to mourn the life of Mohamed Elfatih, who was killed by security forces in a protest in Omdurman on Jan 9, 2019
7 month ago
The Sudanese Rapid Support Forces thwart the smuggling of weapons munitions across the border with Libya
Bahri (Khartoum North) Resistance Committees: SudanCoup central reserve and military forces are suppressing protests through live ammunition and rubber bullets.
Protest in Ad-Damazin today7 month ago
Protest in Ad-Damazin today
Omdurman protest Reaches the Shambat Kyrby
New "tactic" by the junta: using drones to fire tear gas at protestors on Palace Road Now where did they get that tactic from #SudanCoup #مليونية9يانير #Sudan
Protests have begun in Port Sudan, answering the call for demonstrations made by Omdurman resistance committees7 month ago
Protests have begun in Port Sudan, answering the call for demonstrations made by Omdurman resistance committees
Teargas is being heavily deployed in Sherwani's station at processions headed toward the presidential palace.
Protest at Al-Obeid, North Kordofan
The US State Department: We urge all Sudanese parties to seize the opportunity for dialogue
From activist Nazim Serag: one protestor dead in Omdurman, bullet to the head
Crackdown on protesters in Khartoum
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