Sudan security fires tear gas at anti-coup rally

Sudanese security forces have fired tear gas at an anti-coup rally in Khartoum to protest last month’s military takeover, a witness says.

“We organized a silent stand against Burhan’s decisions, outside the Ministry of Education,” says Mohamed al-Amin, a geography teacher who took part in that stand against the country’s top general, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

“Police later came and fired tear gas at us though we were simply standing on the streets and carrying banners” which read: “No, no to military rule,” and called for transition to “full civilian rule,” he adds.

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