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Protesters were met with tear gas in the Sudanese capital as concerns continue to grow

Police fired tear gas at protesters near the presidential palace on Monday after thousands of people gathered in the Sudanese…


Protesters were met with tear gas in the Sudanese capital as concerns continue to grow

Police fired tear gas at protesters near the presidential palace on Monday after thousands of people gathered in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum to denounce the deal between the military and Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok following October’s military coup.

Security forces fire tear gas to disperse protesters in Sudan’s capital in the latest street demonstrations against the October military coup.

Sudanese police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters who rallied near the presidential palace in Khartoum demanding civilian rule after the October military coup, witnesses say.

What people are saying?

Engr. Aliyu Jari Whatever was agreed, however it plays out I believe for the transitional govt & future elected Govts to have full authority the generals involved should retire/be retired. Hamdok’s govt will always be looking over it’s shoulders if they remain in the army.

NEW SUDAN A heartfelt thanks to the members of the embassy for supporting the Sudanese people in word and deed, and a special thanks to all the members of the Senate who supported the right of peoples to live in freedom, democracy and peace. We hope for more pressure on the two coups.

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