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The bloody repression of protesters by the military in Sudan has been greeted with a wave of international outcry condemning the violence
Efforts to bring democracy to Sudan suffered a major blow this week after a military raid in a pro-democracy camp in Khartoum.
Sudan's military council scrap deal with protest groups, calls for elections within nine months.
Dozens paint the walls and streets of their sit-in camp with murals documenting their struggles.
Hundreds more protesters join demonstrations in the Sudananese capital Khartoum. They 'piled on' the roof of a train on their way to the sit-in demonstrations outside the Defence Ministry headquarters, leaving from the birthplace of the uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates say they will send 3bn dollars' worth of aid to crisis-torn Sudan
Security sources found over 100 million euros at the former president Omar al-Bashir's house.
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.
Viral photo puts Sudan's women protesters in spotlight