RT published this video item, entitled “Thousands of pro and anti-govt Sudanese protesters march through Khartoum” – below is their description.
On one hand, supporters of the army are calling for a military-led government to pull the country out of its political and economic slump.
On the other hand, activists of the 2019 uprising are calling for a complete transfer of power to civilians.
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