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the streets of Sudan's capital Khartoum flooded with tens of thousands of protesters as cools the military to hand over power to civilians grew louder , these are the largest demonstrations since a deadly security service right on a protest camp three weeks ago and it was scenes of both optimism and sorrows these demands have been ongoing since April and Sudan's military overthrew president or not Shia after months of civilian demonstrations against his rule talks with pools doctor security services raided and seized in protest outside the defense ministry in early June the forces of freedom and change opposition coalition called for million paper to take to the streets on Sunday mediators led by the African Union and the Ethiopian prime minister has since been trying to broker a return to direct tool X.