Sudan security forces fire tear gas at anti-coup protesters

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Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Tuesday at protesters rallying against last month’s military takeover and a deal that saw the prime minister reinstated after his ouster in the coup, witnesses said Thousands of demonstrators gathered in central Khartoum and marched on the presidential palace when security forces fired tear gas to disperse them, they said. Security forces were stationed around the palace to prevent demonstrators from approaching. “No partnership, no negotiation, no legitimacy,” protesters chanted, urging the military “to go back to their barracks”. “I’m here to demand th…

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