Army fires on Sudanese protesters

Seven people have been protesters were killed protests in Sudan during a military coup. More than 140 people were injured in the firing, foreign media reported.

The people took to the streets as the military seized control of Sudan in a coup and dissolved the existing civilian government.

 Protesters blocked the streets of the capital, Khartoum, and set fire to tires.

Protesters blocked the streets of the capital, Khartoum, and set fire to tires. The army opened fire to disperse the protesters, foreign reports said.

Army members have reportedly gone from house to house and arrested protesters.

The Sudanese military coup has drawn strong international criticism, with the United States suspending $ 700 million in aid to Sudan.

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