— US Embassy Khartoum (@USEmbassyKRT) November 15, 2021
⚠️ Update: Internet in #Sudan remains largely disrupted for the 21st day after last month's military coup.
The blackout presents a direct risk to public safety amid reports of casualties and brutality targeting pro-democracy protesters and journalists.
— NetBlocks (@netblocks) November 14, 2021
Deeply concerned by the loss of life and injuries during today’s protests in Sudan. We continue to stand with those seeking restoration of the country’s transition to democracy. https://t.co/DlNf4objk1
— Bureau of African Affairs (@AsstSecStateAF) November 13, 2021
Witnesses say at least five protesters have been killed in huge demonstrations that hit several Sudanese cities on Saturday, against last month's military takeover. Meanwhile, the Al Jazeera news network reports its Sudan bureau chief has been arrested. Matthew Larotonda reports. pic.twitter.com/VIZtcHvvq2
— Reuters Africa (@ReutersAfrica) November 15, 2021
Hundreds of thousands of people were met with teargas and live bullets in cities across Sudan as they protested military rule. Five people were killed and many more injured, doctors say.https://t.co/2Dp5tm7ntz
— Nafisa Eltahir (@nafisaeltahir) November 13, 2021
Absolutely no one saw this coming. https://t.co/wHKZtmi9gQ
— Jeffrey Smith (@Smith_JeffreyT) November 12, 2021