Khartoum (Reuters) – Sudanese security forces fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters in the capital Khartoum and across the river Nile in Omdurman on Sunday, a Reuters witness said.
About a thousand protesters were confronted by forces in military uniform in Omdurman as President Omar al-Bashir swore in new officials after he dissolved the central and state governments on Friday.
Hundreds demonstrated in the Burri neighborhood of Khartoum, where they blocked a main road, set fire to car tires and chanted “Freedom! Freedom!”.
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