Sudan Internet outages, and the army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of violating the armistice Sudan Internet outages, and the army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of violating the armistice

Sudan Internet outages, and the army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of violating the armistice

Sudan Internet outages, and the army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of violating the armistice With the clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces entering its second week, the country is witnessing an almost complete outage of the Internet. While the two sides exchanged accusations about violating the declared truce for a period of three days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.  Sudan, which is witnessing an armed conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, is suffering an "almost complete" outage of Internet service, according to the website "NetBlocks" monitored on Sunday, with the fighting between the two sides entering its second week.  "Network data at the present time shows an almost complete collapse of Internet connectivity in Sudan, where the national connection rate is currently 2% compared to normal levels," said NetBlocks, a London-based organization that monitors access to the Internet in the world.  Armistice violation  On the other hand, the Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces, on Saturday evening, of continuing to "violate the armistice" by indiscriminate shelling with artillery and the fall of projectiles on residential areas.  He said in a statement: "The rebels' violations of the declared truce continued during the day, represented by the continuation of sniper actions from the buildings overlooking the perimeter of the General Command and separate areas in southern Khartoum and Khartoum North."   He added that the violations also consisted of "indiscriminate mortar shelling and the fall of projectiles on nearby residential areas, which caused injuries among some citizens."  He added that the Rapid Support Forces launched an attack on the industrial city of Jiad in the state of Al-Jazira (center), and the army forces confronted it and expelled the rebels.  He pointed out that "the Rapid Support Forces carried out artillery shelling on sites in the vicinity of the General Command (of the army in the capital, Khartoum)."  The Rapid Support Forces continued, according to the statement, to "occupy some police stations and prevent them from carrying out their daily duties in maintaining security, protecting facilities and installations, and ensuring general safety and reassurance for citizens throughout the country."  The army confirmed that its forces "will continue to confront these violations and deal with them in an appropriate manner, depending on the situation."  There was no immediate comment from the Rapid Support Forces on what the Sudanese army said.  On Saturday, clashes renewed between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the vicinity of the presidential palace in the center of the capital, Khartoum, despite a declared humanitarian truce between the two parties for a period of 3 days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.   On Friday evening, the Sudanese army announced in a statement its agreement to a truce for a period of 3 days, hours after the "rapid support" announced its agreement to a truce in the fighting that claimed the lives of 413 people between 15 and 21 April, according to a statement by the World Health Organization.  In 2013, the "Quick Support" was formed to support government forces in their fight against the rebel movements in the Darfur region (west), and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration and maintaining security, before the army described it as "rebel" after the outbreak of clashes.          During their evacuation, the Sudanese army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of attacking diplomatic missions The Sudanese army has accused the RSF of assaulting foreign diplomatic missions during evacuations from the capital, Khartoum. The army statement spoke of "a Frenchman being wounded by a sniper's bullet, in addition to attacking the mission's headquarters in Buri (central Khartoum)."  On Sunday, the Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces of committing several "attacks" on foreign diplomatic missions during evacuations from the capital, Khartoum.  The army said in a statement that the "rapid support" assaulted "today (Sunday) the evacuation convoy of the Qatari embassy personnel heading to Port Sudan (east) and looted their money, all their bags and mobile phones."   He added, "The diplomatic car of the Malaysian ambassador was stolen while he was shopping after he got off his vehicle and they fled with it, and the convoy of the French embassy was attacked with gunfire, which led to their return and the disruption of the evacuation process."  The statement spoke of "a Frenchman being wounded by a sniper's bullet, in addition to attacking the mission's headquarters in Buri (central Khartoum)."  There was no immediate comment from the aforementioned foreign missions on what was reported by the Sudanese army.  For its part, the Rapid Support Forces announced, on Sunday, that "a French national was injured and others survived during the evacuation of the French mission's crew from the capital, Khartoum."   And the forces stated in a statement: “The Rapid Support Forces were attacked this morning (Sunday) by air forces during the evacuation of French nationals from their country’s embassy (in Khartoum), passing through Bahri (northeast of Khartoum) to Omdurman (west of Khartoum), which endangered the lives of French nationals by injuring one of them.” and the survival of the rest of the subjects.  He added, "While the convoy was moving under the protection of our forces, it was attacked by aircraft of the coup forces (meaning the Sudanese army), while the Rapid Support Forces responded to the attack and shot down the plane."  There was no immediate comment from the Sudanese army or the French mission on what the "quick support" reported.   On Saturday, the evacuation of nationals of a number of Arab and foreign countries began, as the Saudi Foreign Ministry announced in a statement that it had implemented "an evacuation operation from Sudan that included 91 Saudis and 66 foreigners from 12 countries, including diplomats and international officials."  This comes amid renewed clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the vicinity of the presidential palace in the center of the capital, Khartoum, despite a declared humanitarian truce between the two parties for a period of 3 days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.            Among them is Omar al-Bashir Prisoners released from Kober prison, north of Khartoum A large number of prisoners were released from Kober prison, north of Khartoum, which includes the leaders of the former regime, headed by Omar al-Bashir, the ousted president, and his deputy, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha, while the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces exchanged accusations regarding the storming of Al-Huda prison and the release of prisoners.  On Sunday, a large number of prisoners were released from Kober Prison, north of Khartoum, and several local websites, including "Al-Jarida Newspaper" and "Sudan Monitor Network", published a video recording of the moments of their release.  Videos were also published of clashes around the prison, which houses a number of prisoners from the leaders of the former regime, headed by Omar al-Bashir, the ousted president, and his deputy, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha.  There were conflicting reports about the exit of Al-Bashir and the leaders of the former regime due to the seriousness of the security situation in the Kobar neighborhood and the surrounding areas.  While activists circulated a number of videos showing prisoners walking in the streets of the Kobar area, wearing white prison uniforms.   On Friday evening, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces exchanged an exchange regarding the storming of Al-Huda prison and the release of prisoners.  During the past few days, thousands of prisoners were released from several prisons in the capital, Khartoum, "Al-Huda prison in Omdurman, Soba prison, south of Khartoum, and the Penitential House in Omdurman" due to lack of food and water.  The Rapid Support Force condemned what it described as "the evacuation of all Kober Prison prisoners."  "It was clear from the beginning of the war, and the repercussions that preceded that, that the coup leadership and the extremists want to turn the wheel of time backwards by restoring the system of government in the country," she said in a statement.  The Rapid Support Forces considered that "the evacuation of prisoners from Kober Prison is an act that contradicts all local, regional and international laws."  The statement held "the leadership of the coup armed forces (referring to the army) fully responsible for undermining the people's revolution for which young men and women sacrificed."  Since April 15, Sudan has witnessed 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 the 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 the army described it as "rebellious" after the outbreak of clashes.

With the clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces entering its second week, the country is witnessing an almost complete outage of the Internet. While the two sides exchanged accusations about violating the declared truce for a period of three days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.

Sudan, which is witnessing an armed conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces, is suffering an "almost complete" outage of Internet service, according to the website "NetBlocks" monitored on Sunday, with the fighting between the two sides entering its second week.

"Network data at the present time shows an almost complete collapse of Internet connectivity in Sudan, where the national connection rate is currently 2% compared to normal levels," said NetBlocks, a London-based organization that monitors access to the Internet in the world.

Armistice violation

On the other hand, the Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces, on Saturday evening, of continuing to "violate the armistice" by indiscriminate shelling with artillery and the fall of projectiles on residential areas.

He said in a statement: "The rebels' violations of the declared truce continued during the day, represented by the continuation of sniper actions from the buildings overlooking the perimeter of the General Command and separate areas in southern Khartoum and Khartoum North."

He added that the violations also consisted of "indiscriminate mortar shelling and the fall of projectiles on nearby residential areas, which caused injuries among some citizens."

He added that the Rapid Support Forces launched an attack on the industrial city of Jiad in the state of Al-Jazira (center), and the army forces confronted it and expelled the rebels.

He pointed out that "the Rapid Support Forces carried out artillery shelling on sites in the vicinity of the General Command (of the army in the capital, Khartoum)."

The Rapid Support Forces continued, according to the statement, to "occupy some police stations and prevent them from carrying out their daily duties in maintaining security, protecting facilities and installations, and ensuring general safety and reassurance for citizens throughout the country."

The army confirmed that its forces "will continue to confront these violations and deal with them in an appropriate manner, depending on the situation."

There was no immediate comment from the Rapid Support Forces on what the Sudanese army said.

On Saturday, clashes renewed between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the vicinity of the presidential palace in the center of the capital, Khartoum, despite a declared humanitarian truce between the two parties for a period of 3 days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.

On Friday evening, the Sudanese army announced in a statement its agreement to a truce for a period of 3 days, hours after the "rapid support" announced its agreement to a truce in the fighting that claimed the lives of 413 people between 15 and 21 April, according to a statement by the World Health Organization.

In 2013, the "Quick Support" was formed to support government forces in their fight against the rebel movements in the Darfur region (west), and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration and maintaining security, before the army described it as "rebel" after the outbreak of clashes.


During their evacuation, the Sudanese army accuses the Rapid Support Forces of attacking diplomatic missions

The Sudanese army has accused the RSF of assaulting foreign diplomatic missions during evacuations from the capital, Khartoum. The army statement spoke of "a Frenchman being wounded by a sniper's bullet, in addition to attacking the mission's headquarters in Buri (central Khartoum)."

On Sunday, the Sudanese army accused the Rapid Support Forces of committing several "attacks" on foreign diplomatic missions during evacuations from the capital, Khartoum.

The army said in a statement that the "rapid support" assaulted "today (Sunday) the evacuation convoy of the Qatari embassy personnel heading to Port Sudan (east) and looted their money, all their bags and mobile phones."

He added, "The diplomatic car of the Malaysian ambassador was stolen while he was shopping after he got off his vehicle and they fled with it, and the convoy of the French embassy was attacked with gunfire, which led to their return and the disruption of the evacuation process."

The statement spoke of "a Frenchman being wounded by a sniper's bullet, in addition to attacking the mission's headquarters in Buri (central Khartoum)."

There was no immediate comment from the aforementioned foreign missions on what was reported by the Sudanese army.

For its part, the Rapid Support Forces announced, on Sunday, that "a French national was injured and others survived during the evacuation of the French mission's crew from the capital, Khartoum."

And the forces stated in a statement: “The Rapid Support Forces were attacked this morning (Sunday) by air forces during the evacuation of French nationals from their country’s embassy (in Khartoum), passing through Bahri (northeast of Khartoum) to Omdurman (west of Khartoum), which endangered the lives of French nationals by injuring one of them.” and the survival of the rest of the subjects.

He added, "While the convoy was moving under the protection of our forces, it was attacked by aircraft of the coup forces (meaning the Sudanese army), while the Rapid Support Forces responded to the attack and shot down the plane."

There was no immediate comment from the Sudanese army or the French mission on what the "quick support" reported.

On Saturday, the evacuation of nationals of a number of Arab and foreign countries began, as the Saudi Foreign Ministry announced in a statement that it had implemented "an evacuation operation from Sudan that included 91 Saudis and 66 foreigners from 12 countries, including diplomats and international officials."

This comes amid renewed clashes between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces in the vicinity of the presidential palace in the center of the capital, Khartoum, despite a declared humanitarian truce between the two parties for a period of 3 days on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.


Among them is Omar al-Bashir Prisoners released from Kober prison, north of Khartoum

A large number of prisoners were released from Kober prison, north of Khartoum, which includes the leaders of the former regime, headed by Omar al-Bashir, the ousted president, and his deputy, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha, while the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces exchanged accusations regarding the storming of Al-Huda prison and the release of prisoners.

On Sunday, a large number of prisoners were released from Kober Prison, north of Khartoum, and several local websites, including "Al-Jarida Newspaper" and "Sudan Monitor Network", published a video recording of the moments of their release.

Videos were also published of clashes around the prison, which houses a number of prisoners from the leaders of the former regime, headed by Omar al-Bashir, the ousted president, and his deputy, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha.

There were conflicting reports about the exit of Al-Bashir and the leaders of the former regime due to the seriousness of the security situation in the Kobar neighborhood and the surrounding areas.

While activists circulated a number of videos showing prisoners walking in the streets of the Kobar area, wearing white prison uniforms.

On Friday evening, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces exchanged an exchange regarding the storming of Al-Huda prison and the release of prisoners.

During the past few days, thousands of prisoners were released from several prisons in the capital, Khartoum, "Al-Huda prison in Omdurman, Soba prison, south of Khartoum, and the Penitential House in Omdurman" due to lack of food and water.

The Rapid Support Force condemned what it described as "the evacuation of all Kober Prison prisoners."

"It was clear from the beginning of the war, and the repercussions that preceded that, that the coup leadership and the extremists want to turn the wheel of time backwards by restoring the system of government in the country," she said in a statement.

The Rapid Support Forces considered that "the evacuation of prisoners from Kober Prison is an act that contradicts all local, regional and international laws."

The statement held "the leadership of the coup armed forces (referring to the army) fully responsible for undermining the people's revolution for which young men and women sacrificed."

Since April 15, Sudan has witnessed 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 the 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 the army described it as "rebellious" after the outbreak of clashes.

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