Thousands of Sudanese protesters stage fresh rallies in the capital Khartoum, while the death toll from the latest crucible of tribal clashes increases to 60 from 33 the previous day.
A coup in October derailed a transition to civilian rule in the country, unleashing near-weekly protests and prompting key donors to freeze much-needed funding, sending Sudan deeper into economic crisis.
UN’s rights commissioner Bachelet urged Sudanese authorities to have a proportionate approach to protests, blaming security forces for using live bullets against protesters.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in capital Khartoum and other cities to commemorate the 128 people who medics say were killed in the country's bloody crackdown.
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.
Protesters decry sliding economic conditions as they march in cities across the northeast African nation in continued demonstrations for civilian rule.
Protesters march in neighbourhoods across the capital Khartoum and throughout the country against military coup and a wave of political detentions.
As violent military crackdowns against tens of thousands of protesters continue across Sudan, the US reviews its options to isolate the country’s military leaders.
Security officers fired barrages of tear gas canisters on protesters demanding a restoration of the transition to civilian rule, witnesses say.
At least three people have been killed by security forces during demonstrations by thousands calling for civilian rule across Sudan.
The fresh demonstrations come at a time when US diplomats are visiting Khartoum in a bid to bolster UN-led efforts to cajole the military into restoring a transition to full civilian rule.
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.
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