Africa

Sudanese Soldiers Seize Power In Overnight Military Coup

Armed soldiers in Sudan launched an offensive against members of the country’s caretaker government, raising fears of yet another military could in a country long beset by political turmoil.

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was taken into custody by soldiers on Monday morning after an unknown team of soldiers stormed his residence, local reports said.

Sudanese forces also held five ministers, including four military members and one civilian, of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Al Hadath TV reported.

A media aide to Mr Hamdok was also reportedly arrested, Reuters…

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