Sudan’s Military has taken over the charge of the country and removed President Omar al-Bashir after months of anti-government protests against his 30 years rule.
General Ahmed Ibn Auf was sworn in on Thursday (April 11) evening as chief of a new military council that will rule the country for two years, hours after declaring that Sudan’s long-time ruler had been overthrown and arrested.
The protests against the 30-year rule of Bashir began in December last year, but had intensified at the weekend when huge crowds gathered at a crossroads in front of a heavily guarded military complex in the Sudan capital.
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27 September, 2019