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A military officer is carried by the crowd as demonstrators chant slogans and carry their national flags, after Sudan's Defense Minister Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf said that President Omar al-Bashir had been detained "in a safe place" and that a military council would run the country for a two-year transitional period. (Reuters)
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Demonstrators chant slogans along the streets of Khartoum following the removal of Omar Al-Bashir. (Reuters)
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Sudanese demonstrators gather in a street in central Khartoum on April 11, 2019, immediately after one of Africa's longest-serving presidents was toppled by the army. (AFP)
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Sudanese demonstrators cheer as they drive towards a military vehicle near the Defense Ministry. (Reuters)
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Sudanese demonstrators gather in a street in central Khartoum on April 11, 2019, immediately after one of Africa's longest-serving presidents was toppled by the army. (AFP)
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Sudanese demonstrators gather in a street in central Khartoum on April 11, 2019, immediately after one of Africa's longest-serving presidents was toppled by the army. (AFP)
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Sudanese demonstrators gather in a street in central Khartoum on April 11, 2019, immediately after one of Africa's longest-serving presidents was toppled by the army. (AFP)
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A picture taken during anti-regime protests on April 11, 2019 shows a huge billboard bearing an image of Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against Sudan's president, in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. Arabic writing next to her photo in a white gown reads: "My grandfather is Tarhaka, my beloved Kandaka”. (AFP)
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Alaa Salah flashes the victory gesture as she poses for a picture during a demonstration. (AFP)
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Sudanese demonstrators scale a building in central Khartoum following the ousting of Al-Bashir. (Reuters)
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A child dressed in the Sudanese national flag flashes V signs along the streets. (Reuters)
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Sudanese demonstrators gather in a street in central Khartoum. (AFP)
Updated 11 April 2019

Sudanese celebrate after downfall of president Omar Al-Bashir

KHARTOUM: Sudanese demonstrators take to the streets to celebrate the removal of the long-serving president Omar Al-Bashir by the country's military on April 11, 2019.