Sudan’s military government has restricted internet services in the capital Khartoum amid calls for mass anti-coup demonstrations, reports say.
Several bridges have also been closed and protesters have been warned against creating any disturbances.
Last weekend, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched through Khartoum demanding civilian rule be restored after the military coup on 25 October.
Protest organisers rely on web services and apps to plan large rallies.
More than a hundred people were injured in clashes with police in last week’s protests. The security forces were also accused of sexually abu
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