Map. History of Sudan conflict

6 May 2021
The Sudanese National Nation Party announces the arrest of the party's vice president Mariam Sadiq al-Mahdi
Security chief of Sudan orders release of detained protesters, amid new day of protests in Khartoum and other cities
Rallies across Sudan today
The Sudanese army voiced its support to the country's leadership, vowing to confront any "attack" or "conspiracy"
2 year ago
Kremlin spox: Russian military instructors have been working in Sudan for quite some time; it's all legit and legal, but I'm not going into any more detail.
Omar al-Bashir: Sudanese people rejected attempts to destabilize the country
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir: We are working to ensure a decent living for our citizens
Al Arabiya sources: Demonstrations in Halafaya north of Khartoum and the police fired gas to disperse them
Protest in Gibesh, West Kordofan today
Sudan's National Intelligence Security Services detain five journalsits, being held in undisclosed locations, dozens of others already detained before being released. "We expect the blackout to get worse," says Sudanese Journalists' Network
Security Service of Ukraine: Russian military intelligence units help to disperse democratic protests in Sudan2 year ago
Security Service of Ukraine: Russian military intelligence units help to disperse democratic protests in Sudan
Protest in Omdurman now
Protesters burning tires at Khartoum 60 street
Khartoum: rallies from Jabra and Al Sahafa joined in one
The nationwide protests in Sudan take place almost every day for over a month now. Footage keeps coming in, sometimes showing security forces firing tear gas, live ammunition, and detaining protestors. This is footage from today.
Sudanese police use tear gas to disperse demonstrations in Khartoum
Member of Sudan intelligence service killed in clash with army troops: Reuters
2 year ago
Russian MFA: "Russian private security companies, who have nothing to do with Russian state, operate in Sudan."
Senior official in Sudan denies to @SudanTribune_EN that it allowed Israel PM Netanyahu to fly over South Sudan on his way back from Chad: "Khartoum doesn't control decision on who can fly over South Sudan airspace. we only manage technical aspects of flights"
Three Al Jazeera correspondents have their work permits withdrawn in Sudan.
Egypt vows to support South Sudan's stability
The burial ceremony of Babeker Abdul Hamid
Sudanese police fire on a demonstration during the funeral of one of the victims of yesterday's protests
Its past midnight in Sudan and scene in front of Royal Care hospital in Khartoum where some protestors are being treated and others passed away. Calls being made for more people to join the demonstration in which people are chanting anti-govt slogans calling on Bashir to step down.
Protesters at the Royal Care shouting "take down with the regime"
Royal Care Hospital in Khartoum now
2 year ago
Britain calls on the Sudanese government to stop the "unacceptable" use of force
There are still loud cheers in front of the Royal Care hospital, where two people were killed by the government's militia.
Protests in Sudan addressed for the first time in the Security Council today; US, France UK and others called on authorities to respect freedoms, investigate excessive use of force, accountability.
Video of protests in Burri - gunfire can be heard.
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