Protesters still on the streets in Sudan after president’s ouster

Protesters still on the streets in Sudan after president's ouster

Protesters still on the streets in Sudan after president's ouster


Two days after a military coup in Sudan, the leader of the country’s military council has vowed to “uproot the regime.” The military forced President Omar al-Bashir from power on Thursday. Protesters, however, are still on the streets. The BBC’s Andy Moore reports.

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  1. They want war will have now China and Russia in out back yard try get venuela attack us I stand by mexico our niegbor.Iran we don’t chant death to you your human also.and do take out of Quran some Jesus mentioned many times!!!!! He’s coming and GB to all!

  2. 1:00 I love how she didn’t translate *Inshallah* to English. It means "God willing" in Arabic, I speak Swahili and we also use the term.

  3. somebody is paying for this, like we seen in every other coup around the world and we all know who wanna be the king of the hill

  4. *Soon, the Nations of the world will be the Nations of God, and also Christ. Christ will rule and take over the world* 😀😀😀

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