Despite high temperatures, tear gas and Ramadan fast, tens of thousands march in capital Khartoum and more in towns across the country, rejecting recent power grab by military that ousted ex-president Omar al Bashir.
Supporters of Sudan's army marched in the thousands in the country's capital Khartoum as a small group of anti-coup protesters continued their own demonstrations.
At least three people have been killed by security forces during demonstrations by thousands calling for civilian rule across Sudan.
The European Union’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has said that the enduring crisis puts Sudan on a perilous route away from peace and stability.
Sudanese doctors have taken to the streets of Khartoum, carrying pictures of colleagues they said were killed by security forces who fired tear gas inside hospitals during anti-coup protests.
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok's resignation comes as thousands rally against the military in the northeastern African country.
An armed group looted warehouses in North Darfur last week, stealing 5,000 metric tons of food in a "tremendous setback" to one of the world's poorest countries, World Food Programme says.
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