Frustrated with the transitional government, the protesters gathered in front of the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum, demanding military control over the country.
The protesters gathered at the entrance to a street leading to the government buildings in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, chanting pro-democracy slogans.
Officials say military officers and civilians linked to ousted regime of longtime president Omar al Bashir tried to unseat PM Abdalla Hamdok in a failed coup against the transitional government.
Cabinet approves bill repealing law that had forbidden Khartoum's diplomatic and economic ties with Tel Aviv since 1958.
Cabinet decision still needs approval of joint meeting of the contry's sovereign council and cabinet, which serves as its interim legislative body.
Sunday's move, seen as the boldest economic measure taken by the joint military-civilian government, could provoke a popular backlash as the price of goods and services rise in response to the fall of the pound’s value.
Sudanese protesters wave banners calling for freedom, justice, and peace on second anniversary of the uprising against the Omar al Bashir's regime.
At least one protester was killed and several others were injured in protests that came days after President Donald Trump announced the US would remove Sudan from its terrorism list.
The casualties were all protesters who had been demonstrating in the city of Kassala in support of the provincial governor, who was sacked earlier this week.
A high-level Sudanese delegation and US officials have discussed the role Sudan is "expected to play" in the future of Arab-Israeli peace. The removal of Israel's former foe from a list of terrorism sponsors also featured in the talks in UAE.
Negotiating an end to the rebellions in Sudan’s far-flung provinces has been a crucial goal for the transitional government.
At least 90 people have died and tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed in Sudan due to heavy flooding in recent days.
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