2018–19 Sudanese protests
Over 13 people have been killed when Sudanese forces use live ammunition to break up a protester camp in Khartoum.
Sources: Al Jazeera
Sources: Al Jazeera
Military leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan says that he and his forces seized power in an attempt to avoid a civil war in Sudan, saying that "the dangers we witnessed last week could have led the country into civil war". Meanwhile, anti-coup protests occur across the country.
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other senior members of the civilian government are detained by the military in a coup d'état. The military also seizes state television and blocks internet access. Thousands of people gather in Khartoum to protest the coup.
The Sudanese Armed Forces says it has quelled a mutiny by soldiers loyal to ousted President Omar al-Bashir in the capital Khartoum. Former Director of the National Intelligence and Security Service Salah Gosh is accused of orchestrating the mutiny, which left two troops dead. His current whereabouts are unknown.
The African Union suspends Sudan's membership "with immediate effect", after dozens of protesters were killed by pro-government forces in the capital Khartoum.
The Sudanese military surrounds the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum, and takes over state media buildings amid protests against President Omar al-Bashir. Several senior ministers are reportedly arrested, including former Defense Minister Abdel Rahim Mohammed Hussein.
Heavy gunfire is reported in the Sudanese capital Khartoum as Rapid Support Forces loyal to President Omar al-Bashir attempted to break-up an anti-government protest outside the military's headquarters, killing at least 14 people, including five Sudanese soldiers who defected to the opposition.
Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Service arrests 7 journalists who were covering this week's economic protests in Khartoum. The charges are unclear.
An Antonov An-12 aircraft belonging to the Sudanese military crashes southwest of the capital Khartoum, killing at least 13 of the 22 people on board.
2011 Sudan protests: Anti-government demonstrators face off against riot police who fire tear gas and beat up students in Khartoum during protests inspired by those in Egypt and Tunisia.