Security forces block roads leading to intelligence buildings in Sudan as gunfire is heard in the capital Khartoum.
Soldiers open fire on civilians in Khartoum, Sudan, protesting against last month's coup d'état, killing 14 people and injuring dozens more. This brings the total death toll of civilians killed during the protests to 38.
Four ISIL terrorists and one security forces member are killed during clashes in southern Khartoum, Sudan. Four other suspected militants are arrested during the raid, while three more soldiers are wounded.
Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto arrives in Khartoum to help reduce tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia. He will also visit a refugee camp containing refugees fleeing the Tigray War and visit Ethiopia after spending time in Sudan.
Shots fired by "regular forces" near the site of a sit-in protest in Khartoum kill one person and wound 10 others, according to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors. The gunfire lasted about four hours. This week at least three protesters have been shot dead and eight others injured during protests calling for the generals who replaced deposed President Omar al-Bashir to hand power to a civilian-led administration.
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.