Map. History of Sudans conflict

16 January 2019
Khartoum reportedly cautiously quiet, protests earlier in El-Gadarif on Wednesday Dec. 26, 2018 Sudan
Security personnel appear to be using tear gas grenades with a pink additive, probably to allow them to identify people affected with the gas. Online, people make fun of it: "The revolutionaries are praising its romantic color."
A fierce confrontation of the government's forces with the demonstrators in central Khartoum
Sudan: snipers have been spotted on rooftops in Khartoum
Al-Sudani newspaper journalist Yassir Abdallah reportedly taken to hospital after being assaulted by security personnel who fire ammunition into newspaper's office
Video of protests in al-Suq al-Arabi and reported arrests of opposition activists from Abu Jenzeer Square nearby, downtown Khartoum, Sudan, in week of anti-government protests
Lots of videos showing technicals in Khartoum after protesters vowed to march on the presidential palace to demand Bashir's resignation.
There's also heavy security presence in Khartoum, such as this video shows. It's filmed at Nile St (15.607218, 32.505263), but geolocation is not necessarily of much use: much unclarity atm about RSF, SAF, NISS and police activity and their loyalties.3 week ago
There's also heavy security presence in Khartoum, such as this video shows. It's filmed at Nile St (15.607218, 32.505263), but geolocation is not necessarily of much use: much unclarity atm about RSF, SAF, NISS and police activity and their loyalties.
Video showing a train of armoured re-enforcements arriving to Khartoum
Protest now at Medical complex in Khartoum
Bashir: Sudan is subject to a Western blockade, which caused the economic crisis
Bashir: There are mercenaries working on sabotage to serve the enemies of Sudan
Protest in Khartoum "Shots will not stop the people"
In Khartoum: First shots fired at 1:22 pm and continued sporadically. Again continuous rounds at 1:31-33.
Police use tear gas downtown Khartoum, Sudan, on seventh day of nationwide anti-government protests and reports of injuries
Gunfire heard during protest in Sudan
Troops pour into downtown Khartoum ahead of a planned march called by the Sudan Professionals Association.
Troops pour into downtown Khartoum ahead of a planned march called by the Sudan Professionals Association.
A peaceful protest began now in Khartoum
Demonstration begins at Abu Janzir square in Khartoum and the Arab market near the presidential palace in central Khartoum
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to deliver speech in the city of Wad Madani in central Sudan , Tuesday Dec. 25, 2018, amid a week of nationwide anti-government protests
Sudan - 37 protesters were shot down by security forces in five days of a protest against the expensive life in the country.
More Chinese-made Norinco tear gas canisters, reportedly fired near the Al-Hilal Stadium (ملعب الهلال) in Omdurman, Sudan, on 23 Dec 2018.
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir expected to speak
Heavy security reportedly in Abu Jenzeer Square downtown Khartoum, Sudan, amid call by @AssociationSD for assembly and procession toward Republican Palace to deliver memorandum demanding President Bashir's resignation
More footage of Rapid Support militia in Khartoum as a show of force by government in Sudan
At least one 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzer (№24/184033) has been spotted on a deep loader driving around in Sudan's capital Khartoum on 23 Dec 2018. Sudanese Armed Forces are allegedly deployed near Vegetable Market and 60th St near the airport.
As protests continue across the Country, Sudanese Professionals Association announce they will march to the Presidential palace on the 25th of December and deliver a petition demanding President Bashir step down.
Sudan: photos from Rabak in WhiteNile state reportedly shows Sudanese soldiers joining anti-government protests in the city. Omar Al-Bashir seems to be in serious trouble. مدن_السودان_تنتفض
Activists pleading for doctors to flock to Omdurman hospital amid reports of many injuries among protestors.
A march in Umm al-Dardman to protest against rising prices and deteriorating living conditions in Sudan
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