Protesters continued to call for civilian rule on Friday as they held a rally in front of the Defence Ministry complex
Volunteers brought barrels of water to the streets of the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Thursday (April 18), filling plastic bottles and cups with water for the protesters amidst the simmering heat.
Protests are set to continue in the country.
Thousands of Sudanese demonstrators gathered outside the defence ministry in Khartoum on Friday (April 12) to push for a civilian government after the military overthrew Omar al-Bashir after 30 years of autocratic rule.
That's the claim of the military council that was installed yesterday after the departure of Bashir, who has ruled Sudan for three decades.
President Omar al-Bashir, who has ruled Sudan with an iron fist for three decades, has been overthrown and is being held by the military.
Euronews looks at why people are continuing to protest in Sudan
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They are accused of some of the most horrific crimes imaginable, including genocide, murder and forcing children to be sex slaves.
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