News broke out today, Monday, from Sudan, about military movements in the capital, Khartoum, and the situation of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok under house arrest. The following is coverage of the most important events:
– The arrest of civilian leaders in the Council of Ministers and the Sovereign Council.
– A military force stormed the house of Minister of Industry Ibrahim al-Sheikh and took him to an unknown destination.
Cut off internet and communication services in the capital, Khartoum.
– The Association of Professionals calls on the Sudanese to take to the streets to confront any military coup.
– Protests erupted in Khartoum and tires were burned, following the arrest of leaders from the ruling coalition.
Military reinforcements arrive in Khartoum after the arrests of ministers and civilian leaders in the Sudanese government.