| Other events of 2011
History of Sudan|January 2 - International mediators propose the establishment of a regional authority for Darfur, as a compromise between the Sudanese government and rebels’ demands, in a diplomatic effort to respond to Sudanese President Bashir’s order last week to withdraw the Sudanese government delegation from talks in Doha.
January 3 - Sudanese soldiers kill one woman and rape six others near Attash Camp in South Darfur.
January 4 - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir goes to Juba to meet with Southern Sudanese President of the Government Salva Kiir Mayardit ahead of Southern Sudan's independence referendum.
January 6 - An abducted Hungarian civilian, who worked for the UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur, is released.
January 7 - The United Nations says thousands of people are arriving in Southern Sudan from north Sudan ahead of the independence referendum on Sunday.
January 10 - Three people are killed in a clash between Sudanese army and the Sudan Liberation Movement rebel group, in north Darfur, according to the United Nations-led peacekeeping mission.
January 12 - The Sudan People's Liberation Army/Movement estimates that turnout in the Southern Sudanese independence referendum has passed the 60% threshold for the result to be declared valid.
January 16 - Southern Sudanese leader Salva Kiir calls on the people of South Sudan to forgive the north for killings during the civil war.
January 18 - Three Sudanese army officers are killed in a clash between rebel forces and the army in western Darfur.
January 18 - Sudanese police arrest opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi and eight others after they called for a "popular revolution" if price rises were not reversed.
January 21 - 21 people are killed in a clash between the Sudanese army and two rebel factions in Darfur.
January 21 - Almost 99% of South Sudanese voted for independence from the north in a referendum according to official figures.
January 25 - At least three people are killed in a clash between the Sudanese army and rebels in Darfur.
January 26 - The Sudanese army clashes with Sudan Liberation Army rebels in Darfur for the second time in a week, and insurgents said they shot down a helicopter gunship, killing at least three people, a claim denied by the army, which said it had killed 25 rebels.
January 30 - Anti-government demonstrators face off against riot police who fire tear gas and beat up students in Khartoum during protests inspired by those in Egypt and Tunisia.
January 31 - A student dies after being attacked by security forces amid anti-government demonstrations in the country.
January 31 - The Sudanese government closes down Ahlia University and the Islamic University of Omdurman following an anti-government protest in which at least one student died.
February 2 - The Sudanese government, in its first official reaction after preliminary results were announced indicating a landslide vote in favor of Southern Sudan's independence, agrees to accept the results; Vice-President Ali Osman Taha says the government intends "to pursue a policy of good neighbourly relations with the south".
February 4 - Police beat with batons and shoot tear gas at student protesters in Sennar in demonstrations inspired by the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt.
2011 in Sudan Wikipedia
The following lists events that happened during 2011 in Sudan.