Sky News | Dangerous days in Sudan after leadership talks break down

Huge protests have been taking place in Sudan, with demonstrators demanding that the military hands power to civilians.

It comes after former president Omar al Bashir was ousted, with the military council taking over.

Sky’s chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports from Sudan’s capital.

Political insiders and people generally in the know here, have been warning me for days that the youth-led revolution in Sudan is far from done; it seems they were on the money.

You would never have known there were any doubts though, as tens of thousands gathered in the main protest square in Khartoum for a night they expected to celebrate long and hard.

They believed they were gathering to hear the names of the people who would make up the main part of a new civilian-led leadership council for the country.

As we pushed our way through the crowds towards a newly erected stage at one end of the square I was constantly hugged, clapped on the back and made to dance as pop music boomed through speakers.

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