Disparate Sudanese groups protest, call for civilian rule

Other marginalised communities in Sudan join protest movement calling for transitional civilian government.

    After months of protests, Sudan is trying to push ahead with its political transition.

    The uprising has brought together different groups from across the country, which are now all hoping to achieve the same goals, to create a new regime and a new Sudan.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall has more from Khartoum.


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