Civilian groups reject political deal between army chief and prime minister, calling for continuing protests against military rule.
Military forces arrested Sudan's Abdalla Hamdok and senior government officials on Monday, disrupted internet access and blocked bridges in the capital Khartoum.
The protesters gathered at the entrance to a street leading to the government buildings in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, chanting pro-democracy slogans.
Experts say the deadlock between protestors and the military rulers is a result of brinkmanship by both groups who want control of the country.
Demonstrators converged outside army headquarters in Khartoum for a "million-strong" march to press for a civilian administration after talks with military rulers ran into trouble.
Sudan’s military council, which came into power after ousting former president Omar al Bashir, seems to have reached an understanding with the leading opposition group Freedom and Change Forces.
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in front of Sudan's army headquarters despite Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreeing to set up a joint committee.
Thousands of demonstrators are camping outside the Sudanese army headquarters to demand a civilian government.
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