Anger on streets after Sudan coup
The Herald|October 27, 2021
PRO-DEMOCRACY protesters blocked roads in Sudan's capital with makeshift barricades and burning tyres yesterday, a day after the military seized power in a swift coup widely denounced by the international community.

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