Sudan The army announces the "resolve of the rebellion" in Southern Darfur and the Rapid Support Forces agree to a truce Sudan The army announces the "resolve of the rebellion" in Southern Darfur and the Rapid Support Forces agree to a truce

Sudan The army announces the "resolve of the rebellion" in Southern Darfur and the Rapid Support Forces agree to a truce

Sudan The army announces the "resolve of the rebellion" in Southern Darfur and the Rapid Support Forces agree to a truce  The Sudanese army announced, on Wednesday, that the “16th Infantry Division, Nyala,” had won the “rebellion” in the state of South Darfur, referring to the “Quick Support” forces. Meanwhile, the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to a new truce for a period of 24 hours, starting on Wednesday evening, expressing hope that the “army” would abide by it.  The Sudanese army announced, on Wednesday, that the “16th Infantry Division, Nyala,” had won the “rebellion” in the state of South Darfur, referring to the “Quick Support” forces.  In a statement, the army stated that “the 16th Infantry Division, Nyala (Western Knights), settled the rebellion in all parts of the city of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state.” “The army sticks to it.”  The forces said in a statement: "A 24-hour truce was approved, starting from six o'clock (16:00 GMT) this evening, Wednesday until six o'clock tomorrow, Thursday."  She added, "We affirm our full commitment to a complete ceasefire, and we hope that the other side will abide by the armistice according to the announced timing."  This announcement comes in light of the validity of another truce for 24 hours announced by the army and the Rapid Support Forces, and it entered into force at 18:00 local time (16:00 GMT) on Tuesday evening, and it was not adhered to.  For the fifth day in a row, Sudan is witnessing clashes between the two sides in Khartoum and other cities, and the two sides exchanged accusations that each of them launched an attack on the headquarters of the other, in addition to allegations of controlling sites belonging to each of them.  In 2013, the “Quick Support” was formed to support government forces in their fight against the rebel armed movements in the Darfur region, and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration at the borders and maintaining security, before it was described by the army as “rebellious” after the outbreak of clashes.

The Sudanese army announced, on Wednesday, that the “16th Infantry Division, Nyala,” had won the “rebellion” in the state of South Darfur, referring to the “Quick Support” forces. Meanwhile, the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to a new truce for a period of 24 hours, starting on Wednesday evening, expressing hope that the “army” would abide by it.

The Sudanese army announced, on Wednesday, that the “16th Infantry Division, Nyala,” had won the “rebellion” in the state of South Darfur, referring to the “Quick Support” forces.

In a statement, the army stated that “the 16th Infantry Division, Nyala (Western Knights), settled the rebellion in all parts of the city of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state.” “The army sticks to it.”

The forces said in a statement: "A 24-hour truce was approved, starting from six o'clock (16:00 GMT) this evening, Wednesday until six o'clock tomorrow, Thursday."

She added, "We affirm our full commitment to a complete ceasefire, and we hope that the other side will abide by the armistice according to the announced timing."

This announcement comes in light of the validity of another truce for 24 hours announced by the army and the Rapid Support Forces, and it entered into force at 18:00 local time (16:00 GMT) on Tuesday evening, and it was not adhered to.

For the fifth day in a row, Sudan is witnessing clashes between the two sides in Khartoum and other cities, and the two sides exchanged accusations that each of them launched an attack on the headquarters of the other, in addition to allegations of controlling sites belonging to each of them.

In 2013, the “Quick Support” was formed to support government forces in their fight against the rebel armed movements in the Darfur region, and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration at the borders and maintaining security, before it was described by the army as “rebellious” after the outbreak of clashes.



Egyptian media: news of the return of the first batch of soldiers detained in Sudan


Local media reported that the first batch of Egyptian soldiers detained in Sudan had arrived in Cairo.

On Wednesday evening, Egyptian media reported that there was "news of the arrival of the first batch of Egyptian soldiers who were being held in Sudan to Cairo."

This came according to what was reported by the private "Cairo" news channel, which is close to the authorities, about 5 days after the "Rapid Support" forces broadcast, through their Twitter account, a video clip indicating the presence of Egyptian soldiers in their possession, after clashes broke out with the Sudanese army on Saturday.

At the time, the Egyptian army confirmed that these soldiers, whose number was not mentioned, "were in military training with their Sudanese counterparts, and their return is being secured."

While Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi revealed, on Monday, after chairing the meeting of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, that there are continuous contacts to secure the return of the Egyptian military "as soon as possible."

The "Cairo" news channel said that there was "news about the arrival of the first batch of Egyptian soldiers detained in Sudan to Cairo."

The private “Extra News” channel and the private newspaper, “Al-Youm Al-Sabe’”, reported what “Al-Qahera News” mentioned, without official comment from the army or the presidency in Egypt until 18:12 (GMT).

On Wednesday, Sudan's Rapid Support Forces said in a statement: "We announce the transfer of the Egyptian nationals who were at Meroe airport during the clashes that took place last Saturday, to the capital, Khartoum."

She added, "We assure the families and government of Egypt that the soldiers who were at the Marawi military base are all well and receiving the necessary care, and they will be handed over when the appropriate opportunity arises, according to the conditions the country is going through."

For the fifth day in a row, Sudan is witnessing clashes between the "rapid support" forces and the army in Khartoum and other cities, and the two sides exchanged accusations that each of them launched an attack on the headquarters of the other, in addition to allegations of controlling sites belonging to each of them.




Tunisia: Ghannouchi is in the hospital after his arrest, and the authorities close the headquarters of the Ennahda movement


Maher Al Madhiub, the media advisor to the head of the Tunisian Ennahda movement, revealed that its leader, Rashid Ghannouchi, was transferred to the hospital, hours after his arrest and the deterioration of his health. The Tunisian authorities also decided to close all Ennahda headquarters in Tunisia.

Maher Al Madhiub, the media advisor to the head of the Tunisian Ennahda movement, revealed that its leader, Rashid Ghannouchi, was transferred to the hospital, hours after his arrest and the deterioration of his health. The Tunisian authorities also decided to close all the headquarters of the Ennahda movement in Tunisia, and arrested the leaders of the movement, Muhammad al-Qumani, Belkacem Hassan, and Muhammad Shaniba. This was considered by some as a prelude to the dissolution of the largest opposition party in the country, as well as the closure of the headquarters of the National Salvation Front in the capital.

Al-Madhioub confirmed the deterioration of Ghannouchi's health after his arrest and search of his house in the capital, blaming President Kais Saied "fully responsible for the imminent danger to Ghannouchi's life."

Ahmed Najib al-Shabi, head of the National Salvation Front, confirmed that the security forces prevented the front from holding a press conference about Ghannouchi's arrest.

He said in radio statements: "Terrorist charges were brought against Ghannouchi for expressing an opinion, and what happened yesterday and today indicates the collapse of freedoms."

And he considered that the country is going through unusual circumstances, calling on the Tunisian elite to confront what he described as a "machine of repression" that will not exclude anyone.

Ghannouchi had said during a meeting of the National Salvation Front that “the perception of Tunisia without a renaissance, without political Islam, the left, and without any of the components is a civil war project. Therefore, those who greeted the coup with celebration cannot be democrats, but rather they are eradicators, terrorists, and advocates of civil war.”

The Tunisian News Agency quoted an official in the Ministry of the Interior as confirming that Ghannouchi's arrest came after he made what he called "inflammatory statements."

Sources from the Ennahda movement confirmed that the Tunisian authorities prevented 40 lawyers who came to defend Ghannouchi from entering the El-Awaina barracks, where he is being held.

Social pages published a copy of a decision by Interior Minister Kamal al-Fiqi banning meetings at the headquarters of the Ennahda Movement and all its offices inside Tunisian soil, as well as banning meetings at the headquarters of the Salvation Front (the headquarters of the Tunisia-Irada Movement) in the capital, based on the Emergency Law of 1978.

Since July 25, 2021, Tunisia has witnessed a sharp political dispute after President Qais Saeed dissolved parliament and the government, and some considered his measures a "correction" of the course of the revolution, while others considered it a "coup" against it.
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