Seven people were killed and 140 wounded so far during protests against military's takeover, officials say, even as main opposition allaince plans to fill the North African country's streets with "unprecedented gatherings" of protesters.
Fuel, medicine and food shortages have cast a shadow over the transition process, while cuts to international aid could now deepen the country’s economic woes
At least three protesters have been killed and 80 others wounded, after security forces fired on crowds that flooded the streets in the capital Khartoum in the wake of the ongoing coup in the country.
Sudanese generals have displayed their power hunger by launching a military coup days before civilian leaders in the governing Sovereign Council could have taken up the reins of the country.
Armed forces detained Sudan's prime minister over his refusal to support their 'coup', after weeks of tensions between military and civilian figures who shared power since the ouster of Omar al Bashir.
Military forces on Monday arrested Sudan’s acting prime minister Abdalla Hamdok’s and senior government officials after weeks of tensions between the military and civilian figures sharing power since the ouster of Omar al Bashir.
Military forces arrested Sudan's Abdalla Hamdok and senior government officials on Monday, disrupted internet access and blocked bridges in the capital Khartoum.
Countries and world bodies are expressing concerns over what appears to be a military coup in Sudan.
Military-aligned demonstrators cut off major roads and bridges in Sudan's capital Khartoum as ties between the military and civilians in the ruling government sour.
Recent demonstrations display solid support for civilian rule but some factions' strong pushing to return back to military rule shift the balance in favour of the army.
Around one million people are expected on the streets of capital Khartoum and other cities to demand a democratic transition to civilian rule amid tensions between PM Hamdok’s government and the military
The protesters converged on the presidential palace in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, shouting "One army, one people" and demanding "a military government".
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