Crowds rally as Sudan prime minister held in apparent army coupAfrica · 9:54 AM UTC
Soldiers arrested most of the members of Sudan's cabinet on Monday in what the information ministry called a military coup, prompting opponents of the takeover to take to the streets, where there were reports of gunfire and injuries in clashes.
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