Sudan's ruling council head Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announced on Monday a state of emergency across the country and the dissolution of the transitional sovereign council and the government. The Military has since dissolved any authority that was led by the government and will now take over every branch of the government until the issue is solved.
People Daily The main headline on the people daily details the tough measures that were announced yesterday by the IEBC and other state agencies to maintain peace during the electioneering period. The Measures include barring politicians involved in hate speech from contesting in next year's general election. The judiciary will set up special courts to deal with hate speech cases involving Politicians across the country.
PHOTO: Demonstration in Khartoum Tears and sorrow spread in Khartoum, Sudan after fourteen people were killed by the army in the event of curbing unrest in this developing country. The sad news is that, thousands of people are also nursing bullet injuries inflicted by the army in the gunshot event.
Atleast two people has been shot dead, 80 wounded as army quells anti-coup protests, medics say. Thousands of demonstrators stormed the streets of Sudan capital, Khartoum, together with its twin city of Omdurman protesting the early morning arrests of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok alongside other top officials by security agents in the country.
The head of Sudan's ruling council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, on Monday announced a state of emergency in the country and the dissolution of the interim independent council and government. The military has disbanded any government-led authority and will now take over all branches of government until the issue is resolved.
Omar al-Bashir, in full Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir, (born January 7, 1944, Hosh Wad Banaqa, Sudan), Sudanese military officer who led a revolt that overthrew the elected government of Sudan in 1989. He served as president of Sudan from 1993 until 2019, when he was ousted in a military coup. The torture years Born into a farming family in a dusty village 100 miles north of Khartoum, the capital, Mr. al-Bashir served as a paratroop commander in the army. In 1989, he headed an Islamist junta that ousted Prime
Photos From The Scenes During And After Military Coup In Sudan As Protest's Rock The Country. Sudan is in a political crisis and this follows the Monday morning coup that saw the only remaining political institution under the civilian rule, the government being captured by the military and this now makes the military takeover complete.
A fortnight after the military coup upsurge dimming a transition to democracy, the streets of Sudan's capital, Khartoum have remained barricaded with the youth extending protests against the intrusion. According to a BBC source, there is a broad support for Abdalla Hamdok, the transitional prime minister who was detained by the military during the coup and remains under a form of house arrest.
On Monday Morning the Sudan Government has been faced with a storm after an unidentified military force besieged prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok's home according to Al Hadath TV. It has been established that telecommunications, internet outages have also been witnessed in Khartoum as the military got underway in Sudan with several ministers in Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s government arrested.
Soldiers stormed the headquarters of Sudan's state broadcaster and detained some employees on Monday, the information ministry said, as part of what it has called a "coup". Following news of Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok's house arrest, demonstrators took to the streets and blocked roads in Khartoum, Sudan's capital city.
The country of Sudan is currently experiencing a coup from the military. This is just a month after a failed coup occurred in the country. Developing story states that they plan to overthrow the current leadership led by Prime Minister Hamdok. The current situation is that the PM Abdalla Hamdok has been placed under house arrest by the military.
Sudan’s prime minister Abdallah Hamdok is put under house arrest after an unidentified military force besieges his house.It is unclear if the military is trying to protectthe prime minister or he is under house arrest. It has been reported that military forces have detained at least five senior government officials in Sudan,and internet and phone lines were down in what the nation's main pro-democratic camp says was an apparent coup d'etat.
Failed Coup Attempt Takes Place In Sudan Early Tuesday Morning. State Media Confirms. A failed coup has taken place in Sudan this Tuesday morning and this was foiled by the military before it escalated. According to reports by sources that sought anonymity, the attempted failed coup was undertaken by element's from former president Omar Albashir's regime.
Heavy Military Presence In Khartoum, Sudan After Failed Coup Early Tuesday Morning. (Video) Tuesday, 21st September 2021, Nairobi Kenya. After the announcement of the failed coup attempt in Sudan by the State Media, there have been reports and videos of very heavy military presence in the Capital of Khartoum and they are patrol the streets with their vehicles.
Sudan called Ethiopia's ambassador to Khartoum to notify him that 29 bodies retrieved on the banks of a river facing each other Ethiopia were Ethiopian citizens from the Tigray ethnic group, Sudan's foreign ministry confirmed. It reported in a notice sent to the news room on Tuesday that the ambassador was notified on August 30 and was informed that the corpses were retrieved between July 26 and Aug. 8 on the Sudanese base of the Setit River, known by Ethiopians as the Tekeze.
Sudan stunned group C favorites Bafana Bafana of South Africa 2-0 to qualify for next year's AFCON tournament to be held in Cameroon.Sudan grabbed all the important points in Khartoum to finish in the second place behind leaders Ghana.
It was a glorious night in Khartoum as Sudan overcame African football champions South Africa, to book a spot in 2022 AFCON finals in Cameroon.
Sudan on Sunday urged all conflicting parties in Ethiopia's Tigray region to stop fighting and sit at the negotiating table. A high-level meeting held in Sudan's capital Khartoum expressed deep concern that the developments in Ethiopia may lead to negative impact on the regional stability, particularly the neighbouring countries, Sudan's Sovereign Council said in a statement.
Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok reported on Monday a new cabinet consisting of seven ex-rebel leaders as cabinets, following a peace bargain in October expected to end many years of war. Veteran dissident chief and financial specialist Gibril Ibrahim, of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) — which played a significant part in the Darfur strife — was appointed as Sudan's new Minister of Finance. "We have arrived at an agreement of more than 25 ministries," Hamdok said, during a public interview
Egyptian military powers showed up in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum in front of a joint drill in the midst of mounting pressures with Ethiopia longer than a long term Nile water debate, Sudan's state-run news office revealed Friday. The debate centers over the dubious dam that Ethiopia is expanding on the Blue Nile, the Nile River's primary feeder.