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Sudanese demonstrators march in Khartoum to protest a deal signed between the country's main pro-democracy group and its ruling generals, who seized power in October
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Video. Watch: Sudan forces crack down on protesters in capital

Sudanese protesters were pushed back by security forces who fired tear gas and water hoses at the crowds on Thursday during a march through the capital to parliament.

Sudanese protesters were pushed back by security forces who fired tear gas and water hoses at the crowds on Thursday during a march through the capital to parliament.

The demonstrators are against last month's deal between Sudan’s coup leaders and the main pro-democracy group to establish a civilian-led transitional government following the 2021 military takeover.

"We are against a settlement. Our protests will continue until the fall of the regime and the formation of a civilian and democratic state," said protester Intesar Marrouf.

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