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in Sudan, Pro-Military and Pro-Civilians are competing for

 in Sudan, Pro-Military and Pro-Civilians are competing for © Ashraf Shazly Manifestation in Khartoum for a civilian power, 21 October 2021 Thousands of supporters of a civilian power in Sudan parade Thursday to Khartoum, In a Demonstration of Force against a sit-in which has been calling for six days "a military government" to take the country out, one of the poorest in the world, of the marasm.

Les vols reprendront ce mercredi 27 octobre à Khartoum. Photo d’illustration. shot © Tim Chong / Reuters Flights will resume this Wednesday, October 27 in Khartoum. Photo Stock Illustration.

After the coup in Sudan Monday, October 25, the flights will resume at the airport of the capital Khartoum this Wednesday, October 27, and not on October 30 as previously announced.

Flights to and from Khartoum Airport must resume Wednesday, October 27 at 2 pm GMT (16 hours in Metropolitan France), announced the Director of Civil Aviation, Ibrahim Adlane, the day after the military coup at Sudan .

The same director had indicated the day before that these flights had been suspended "until 30 October" . He did not explain this revirment in the immediate future.

Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum

 Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum Sudan-Politics: Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum © Reuters / Hannibal Hanschke Sudan: Ministers arrested, the army deployed in Khartoum Khartoum (Reuters) - Most Civil Government members of Sudan were arrested on Monday, as well as many political leaders supporting and a member of the Council of Sovereignty, found journalists from Reuters, while the army. 'Is deployed in the capital Khartoum to restrict the movements.

The demonstrations continue

the airport, located in the city center of Khartoum where the protesters blocked several roads with stones and burned tires, is only separated by a mesh of the main avenues of the Sudanese capital.

Wednesday, for the third consecutive day, protesters were still in the streets in Khartoum to protest against the coup de légée of the army, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane, and the arrest of senior executives Civilians, including Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, briefly retained and then brought home on Tuesday night.

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© Ap - Marwan Ali in the streets of Khartoum, November 4, 2021, protesters show their rejection of Burhan coup . The UN Human Rights Council asked Friday, November 5, the "immediate return" of the civilian government, after the Putsch of October 25.

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