Sudan's military government calls for elections in 9 months

Protesters say they do not trust the military government and call for an immediate transfer of power to civilian rule.

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    Gunfire is being reported in Khartoum, a day after a military crackdown left at least 35 protesters dead in the Sudanese capital.

    The head of the military government says they will no longer negotiate with protesters and have called for a general election within nine months.

    Internet services remain down in large parts of the country.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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