Ceasefire violated again in Sudan
Despite the ceasefire declared between the army and the RSF on Monday in Sudan, but clashes in the country continue on Tuesday. Both sides blame each other for the ceasefires that are constantly violated. The people are caught between the conflicts and they flee to neighboring countries.
Hundreds of thousands flee the country in Sudan
Sudanese civilians have been the hardest hit by the ongoing conflict between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF). Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese have fled to neighboring countries, particularly Egypt and Chad, in search of safety.
Death toll rises to 822 in Sudan
In Sudan, 822 civilians have lost their lives in the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) since mid-April. Hot clashes are still ongoing in the region.
Sound of bombs rose from Khartoum
Despite the mediation negotiations hosted by Saudi Arabia, the military and RSF in Sudan are not backing down. This time, the sound of bombs was heard from Khartoum, the capital of Sudan.
More than 330,000 people were displaced in Sudan
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced that 334,053 people were displaced in Sudan due to internal conflicts.
Sudan ceasefire extended for another 72 hours
The Sudanese Army and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) announced that they have extended the humanitarian ceasefire for 72 more hours from midnight tonight.
Death toll in conflict in Sudan rises to 528
As the conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) continued in Sudan, the number of people who lost their lives increased to 528.
411 dead on the 15th day of the conflict in Sudan
Sudan Doctors Union reported that 411 civilians were killed in the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) since April 15.
72-hour ceasefire in Sudan: USA
The Army and the armed Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which have been in conflict in Sudan since April 15, declared a 72-hour ceasefire with the mediation of the US.
Evacuations continue unabated in Sudan
Warplanes bombarded the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, the main airport was at the center of the fighting, and artillery fire made movement in and out of one of Africa's largest cities unsafe. Diplomats were targeted in the attacks and at least five aid workers were killed. Countries are competing with each other to evacuate their citizens as soon as possible.
Switzerland decides to close its embassy in Khartoum
While there have been armed conflicts in Sudan since April 15, countries have started to evacuate their citizens for security reasons. Switzerland has decided to close its embassy in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, for security reasons.
The ceasefire in Sudan is broken
The 72-hour ceasefire in Sudan is broken. After the ceasefire, the conflict between the army and RSF paramilitary forces continues. After China, USA, England, France and Japan, evacuations started for Turkish citizens.
Balance sheet rises in Sudan
The balance sheet in the conflicts between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces is getting heavier day by day. The international community, especially Türkiye, calls for a "ceasefire" to the warring parties.
Japan evacuates its citizens from Sudan
Japan has decided to evacuate 60 of its citizens in Sudan after the clashes between the RSF and the Sudanese army. Japan will send a plane to Sudan to evacuate its citizens.
Temporary ceasefire in Sudan conflicts
Clashes continue in Sudan. 3 UN members were killed in the clashes in which more than 100 people lost their lives. A temporary ceasefire was decided between the Army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) to ensure security due to "humanitarian emergencies".
Sudanese army announces other forces may enter Khartoum
Clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) continue in Sudan. Sudanese Army Commander General Abdulfettah al-Burhan made statements regarding the clashes.
Death toll in clashes in Sudan rises to 56
Clashes between RSF forces and the army continue in Sudan. It was reported that a total of 56 people lost their lives in the ongoing clashes around the army headquarters, the presidential building and the airport in the capital Khartoum.
Smoke rises from planes at Khartum airport
As the clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) continued in Sudan, smoke rose from some planes at Khartoum International Airport. Passengers at the airport terminal were trapped inside. The Sudanese army also reported that 80 military aircraft were destroyed.
Smoke rises from planes at Khartoum Airport
As the conflicts continue in Sudan, this time Khartum airport witnessed unusual images. Smoke rose from some planes at the airport. People in the terminal lay on the ground, waiting for the smoke to go out.