At Al Safia police station, which would have been the first point of detention for arrested demonstrators, the road was cordoned off with tires. The area was very active with armored personnel carriers and several pickups, as well as armed troops in beige camouflage uniforms.
In Wad Nubawi, Omdurman, before prayers had ended, tear gas was already being dispersed in the side streets around the main square and protests were quickly dispersed with at least one arrest, Mohamed Mo'men Al Ghali, reported via social media.
Al Arabiya reported protests on the outskirts of Jabra in South Khartoum. Protest were also reported in the Haj Yousif area of Khartoum North.
Protests began at Sanhouri Square, named in honor of 28 year old pharmacist Salah Muddathir El Rayyah Sanhouri, who was shot in the chest by security forces while protesting peacefully on 27 September. Six NISS thatcher vehicles arrived, driving into the square and officers were reported to have beaten protesters as they tried to move out, forcing them back into the square.
In London, protesters from the Sudanese diaspora went out in support of protesters in Sudan.
Yesterday, Radio Dabanga reported that an NISS officer testified in court that he received orders to use live ammunition against protesters. Find the article here.