International alarm after Sudan’s military seizes power in coup

Protesters were defiant on the streets of Sudan on Tuesday demonstrating against a military coup, as international condemnation of the country’s security forces ramped up with the UN Security Council expected to meet later.“Returning to the past is not an option,” chanted the crowds, who remained outside despite soldiers reportedly shooting dead at least four people.On Monday, soldiers detained Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, ministers in his government and civilian members of the ruling council…


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