Sudan’s President removed from power

SUDAN -Military to announce on radio Sudan soon and Patriotic songs playing on Sudan’s radio as military is set to make announcement.

Sudan’s military informed Omar al-Bashir he is no longer president.

Military takes control of country. Sudan’s military to form transitional council.

President Omar al-Bashir forced out of power, reports that he resigned. Military deploys around presidential palace and Khartoum.

Senior officials being arrested, Comes amid months of protest.

Khartoum airport closed, Army sources say the military, as an institution, is set to take control of Sudan.

Chiefs of Sudan’s military are meeting in the absence of president Omar al-Bashir.

Announcement coming soon,Comes amid months of protests against President Omar al-Bashir.

Military officers entered state television and radio headquarters – Media channels have been merged – Strong military presence around state media headquarters .

Increased military presence around television and radio buildings in Omdurman, the second largest city in Sudan

Bashir, a former paratrooper who seized power in a bloodless coup in 1989, has been a divisive figure who has managed his way through one internal crisis after another while withstanding attempts by the West to weaken him.

Sudan has suffered prolonged periods of isolation since 1993, when the United States added Bashir’s government to its list of terrorism sponsors for harbouring Islamist militants. Washington followed up with sanctions four years later.

Bashir has also been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague over allegations of genocide in Sudan’s Darfur region during an insurgency that began in 2003.

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