Map. History of Sudan conflict

12 May 2021
Sudan military authorities lift internet blackout
Court ordered to restore Internet service in Sudan immediately
U.S. Embassy in Khartoum: Removal of Sudan from list of countries sponsoring terrorism imminent
Egypt welcomes the agreement on forming a sovereign council and a civilian government in Sudan
UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash welcomes the agreement between the Transitional Military Council of Sudan and the forces of freedom and change
African envoy to the talks in Sudan: Both parties agreed to form a government with competencies
President of the Military Council of Sudan Abdul Fattah al-Burhan issued a general amnesty for the prisoners of the Sudan Liberation Movement led by Arko Minni Minawi
Sudan's Forces for Freedom and Change agreed to join direct negotiations with the military council
The meeting of the forces of freedom and change in Sudan to resolve their position on negotiations with the Transitional Military Council
Sudanese Professionals Gathering: Security forces arrested 2 of our leaders and raided the homes of 3 other leaders
Statement of the Security and Defense Committee: 13 members of the security forces injured in Khartoum
Protest in Khartoum right now
Protesters marching across the bridge from Sharq Al-Neel into Khartoum.
News agency Reuters reports thousands of people in Sudan are marching towards the defence ministry in Khartoum with security forces firing shots in the air according to a witness
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the US House of Representatives Elliott Engel calls for the Secretary of State and Treasury to impose sanctions on the rapid support forces in Sudan and its leader Mohammed Hamdan Hamidti
Sudan Military Council: We are with freedom of expression and against obstruction and closure of roads
Sudan: thousands are marching against the government in Khartoum ahead of the mass protest of June 30.
Agreement on a ceasefire between the Sudanese army and the Justice and Equality Movement and the Sudan Liberation Movement (Darfur) and the agreement to start peace negotiations
Sudan's Freedom and Change Forces: We received a draft agreement from the Joint African-Ethiopian Mediation
Sadiq al-Mahdi: We have overcome differences within the forces of freedom and change in Sudan
Sudanese Military Council: We met the US envoy who proposed holding elections within a year
Surprisingly large protest in the coastal city of Port Sudan (RedSea) today1 year ago
Surprisingly large protest in the coastal city of Port Sudan (RedSea) today
Hamidi: We arrested 14 soldiers on the backdrop of the events of the sit-in dispersal
Hamidati: Our role as a transitional council is a supervisory role to reach the elections
The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court supports the investigation into the use of excessive force against protesters in Sudan
President of the Sudanese Military Council Abdul Fattah al-Burhan: We do not want to monopolize power
UNHCR data show that 57% of the refugees are from three countries: Syria, Afghanistan and South Sudan.
9 South Sudanese reportedly killed in Omdurman on 5-6 June. UNHCR report some accused them responsibility for crime that grew during chaos after the 3 June military crackdown 1,600 have moved to open areas in greater Khartoum and 200 to refugee camps in White Nile state
Vice President of the Sudanese Military Council: We met with representatives of all factions of the Sudanese people
Protests in Alsahafa, Khartoum tonight calling for the end of the TMC and Janjaweed. Seeing other pictures from night protests in Omdurman this evening.
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