Internet still cut off for the seventh day running in Sudan and difficulties in telephone communications

Alyurae- Authorities continued to cut off the Internet for the seventh day after monday’s military coup, while phone calls returned after a break of more than a day due to the Oct. 30 protests and then stopped again now despite their return on Sunday evening, and the interruption of telephone calls led to a complete paralysis of life due to the interruption of Internet services.

The U.S. Embassy said in a report that salanco’s satellite internet is still operating as maxnet’s satellite network ceases to operate.
According to Flight Radar, most international airlines are flying to Khartoum for the seventh day, with Badr and Tarco flights and some Ethiopian Airlines flights continuing amid expectations that Emirates and Turkish airlines will resume flights over the next two days.

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