Sudan in transition: Protesters reinforce barricades

Protesters say the real intention behind the military’s request to reopen roads is to disperse them.

    Protesters in Sudan say they don’t trust the military and won’t end their protest until power is handed to a civilian government.

    After the Transitional Military Council asked the protesters to reopen blocked roads, bridges and railways, they began reinforcing the barricades.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Adow reports from Khartoum.


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