· Sudan democracy march: three protesters killed as security forces open fire This article is more than 1 month old Procoup forces reportedly use live ammunition and teargas in Khartoum and Omdurman
· Sudan's military is accusing Ethiopian counterparts of firing first in the Saturday incident that caused half a dozen deaths in the Khartoum camp in .
· Sudanese security forces have fired tear gas at protesters who were taking part in prodemocracy demonstrations in the capital, Khartoum. Teachers taking part in .
· Sudan: Halt unnecessary force against protesters and investigate deadly shootings. Sudanese authorities must stop security forces from using unnecessary, including lethal, force against protesters opposed to the military takeover, withdraw the military from lawenforcement operations, and respect the right to freedom of peaceful assembly, said Amnesty International after it confirmed the ...
· KHARTOUM, Sudan — Sudanese security forces shot dead at least one protester Saturday in a crackdown on anticoup demonstrations, medics said, after the military tightened its grip by forming a ...
· Sudan's military takes power in coup and arrests prime minister Two people have reportedly been killed after security forces opened fire on crowds of protesters. By Press Association Monday 25 ...
· Sudan's Al Burhan declares state of emergency, dissolves government. A technocrat government to lead nation to polls; UAE calls for stability, avoid .
· Soldiers have opened fire on protesters who took to the streets of Sudan's capital Kahrtoum today after the military staged a coup in the early hours, taking the prime minister to .
· Military forces have stormed Sudan's state broadcaster in Omdurman, near the capital Khartoum, and are detaining workers, the Ministry of Information said on Facebook.
· Sudan: Security Forces Kill over a Dozen at AntiCoup 'March of Millions'. Opponents of the coup in Sudan held a "March of Millions" rally on Saturday that turned deadly when security forces opened fire, killing at least a dozen people and injuring hundreds more. Gunfire was reported in Khartoum, Omdurman, and East Nile.
· Sudan's information ministry on Monday confirmed that "joint military forces" have arrested government figures and ministers. "Civilian members of the transitional sovereign council and a number of ministers from the transitional government have been detained by joint military forces," the ministry said in a statement.
· The military power grab prompted international outcry and mass protests across Sudan that security forces met with a deadly crackdown leaving at least 13 civilians dead and more than 300 injured ...
· Military forces arrested Sudan's acting prime minister and other senior officials in an apparent coup as the country was nearing a planned transition to a civilian leadership.
· Sudan's military has a history of bloody crackdowns, and analysts said the protests on Saturday, and the security forces' response to them, would be a .
· Sudan's Al Burhan declares state of emergency, dissolves government. A technocrat government to lead nation to polls; UAE calls for stability, avoid escalation. Published: October 25, 2021 07:47 ...
Die Sudanesischen Streitkräfte (arabisch القوات المسلحة السودانية, DMG alQuwwāt almusallaḥa assūdāniyya, englisch Sudanese Armed Forces, kurz SAF) sind das Militär des herrscht eine ein bis zweijährige Wehrpflicht für alle Männer und Frauen im Alter zwischen 18 und 33 Jahren. Die Streitkräfte bestehen aus den Teilstreitkräften Heer, Luftwaffe und ...
· Last Updated: 29th November, 2021 08:48 IST Sudan Military Says Six Of Its Soldiers Killed By Ethiopian Forces Along Border The Sudanese armed forces on Sunday, 28 November, said that six of its soldiers were killed in fighting in .
· Sudan's interim prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok, and at least five senior officials are understood to have been detained by military forces. Thousands have taken to the streets in .
· Sudan has endured an uneasy peace since longtime leader, Omar alBashir, was removed from power in 2019 after months of popular protest. The country is being run by a Sovereign Council of military and civilian members, who have been frequently at odds with each other. They are tasked with overseeing the transition to democracy and Sudan's first elections .
· Dozens of security and intelligence highranking officers in Sudan have been forced into retirement, according to Al Arabiya VicePresident of