Sudanese have been going out on the streets for non-violent, peaceful protests for more than three months since the military coup on October 25, 2021.
Thousands of demonstrators have been defying a ban on protests and have marched in Khartoum and other cities denouncing the military takeover. They are calling for a fully civilian government to lead the country’s now-stalled transition to democracy.
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