National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sudan military coup: "We firmly reject the assertions that this is within the authority of the military leadership in Sudan. From our perspective, these actions are utterly unacceptable."
Sudan's Burhan says army ousted government to avoid civil war
Sudan's top general defended the army's seizure of power, saying he had ousted the government to avoid civil war, while protesters returned to the streets on Tuesday to demonstrate against the takeover after a day of deadly clashes.
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Large crowds came back to the streets of Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, on Tuesday to protest against a military coup. Pro-democracy groups have called for mass civil disobedience as many resist a return to authoritarian rule.
Sudan’s Detained Prime Minister Being Held at Home of General Who Led Coup
Protesters demanding a return to civilian rule flooded into the streets of major cities again on Tuesday. Many schools, banks and shops shut, answering a call for civil disobedience from pro-democracy groups.
“There are no victors and losers of civil wars that cripple nations and destroy societies. Just look at Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Sudan, Algeria, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, etc.”
Protesters were defiant on the streets of #Sudan on Tuesday as they demonstrated against a military coup, international condemnation of the country's security forces ramping up with the UN Security Council expected to meet later
Pro-democracy protesters have blocked some roads in Sudan’s capital with makeshift barricades and burning tires. They are demanding a return to civilian rule, after the military seized power in a swift coup widely denounced by the international community.
Protesters burn tires, block roads in Sudan a day after coup
CAIRO (AP) — Pro-democracy protesters blocked roads in Sudan's capital with makeshift barricades and burning tires Tuesday, a day after the military seized power in a swift coup widely denounced by the international community.
US condemns Sudan military coup, pauses $700M in aid
The Biden administration suspended $700 million in planned aid for Sudan and condemned members of Sudan’s military involved a coup that ousted the country’s civilian-led transitional government from power.
VIDEO: Sudanese residents from the capital Khartoum call for the return of a civilian government and reject the statement given by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan where he declared a state of emergency and dissolved the authorities leading the country's democratic transition
Sudan's military seized power in a coup as General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announced a state of emergency. People opposed to the takeover barricaded streets and gunfire was heard, as demonstrators clashed with the security forces
Seven killed, 140 hurt in protests against Sudan military coup
Sudan's military seized power from a transitional government on Monday and a health ministry official said seven people were killed by gunfire and 140 injured in clashes between soldiers and street protesters.
Your top headlines this evening from the CNN 5 Things podcast: ✔️ Sudan’s armed forces take over the country ✔️ Biden Administration details plan for foreign nationals traveling to U.S. ✔️ Infrastructure package vote could come this week
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