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Sudanese PM released by army; This is due to international intervention Sudan: Abdalla Hamdok returned to home, remains under guard

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Khartoum: Sudanese Prime Minister Abdullah Hamd and his wife have returned home after being ousted by the military. The Prime Minister’s Office said. Hamduk was ousted on Monday by the army. He was later arrested. Hamduk is an economist and former top UN official.

Hamdouk and his wife were released amid international criticism of the actions of General Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, the army chief.

The United States has cut off aid to Sudan following a military coup. The European Union (EU) has warned that aid could be cut off. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on the world community to unite for Hamduki’s release. His office said Hamduk was now under heavy security at his residence in Khartoum.

The arrested Prime Minister was shifted to an undisclosed location. People took to the streets to protest the military coup. Seven people were killed and several others were injured during the protests. At the same time, al-Burhan told the people that the government had seized power to prevent the country from moving into civil war and had moved to an undisclosed location for the security of the prime minister. The army had also arrested several senior leaders for allegedly inciting riots against the armed forces. Sudan has been ruled by a military-appointed government since the fall of Omar al-Bashir in 2019. It later became an administrative system of equal importance to the military and popular leaders.

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