Massive Crowd Return To Streets In Fresh Protests Against Sudan Military

Vast crowds have taken to the streets in Sudan to demonstrate against military rule, with reports of deaths and injuries.

Seven people had died and 181 were hurt, according to the health ministry.

Sudan has been in turmoil since the military ousted President Omar Al-Bashir in April, following a popular uprising against his rule.

Sunday’s protest has been the biggest since dozens were killed in a crackdown on pro-democracy activists on 3 June.

Tens of thousands defied the heavy presence of troops to demand that the ruling Military Council hand power to a civilian-led administration.

Security forces fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators near the Presidential Palace and three other districts in khartoum.

Tear gas was also fired in Omdurman and the Eastern town of Gadaref.

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