Tear gas fired at protesters in Sudan causing casualties: Witnesses

Security forces have fired tear gas at protesters in Sudan that have caused casualties, according to an AFP report citing eyewitness accounts.

According to a Reuters witness, cell phone lines were cut within Sudan ahead of the latest round of anti-military protests planned for Wednesday in the capital Khartoum.

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Mobile internet connections in Sudan have been suspended since a military takeover on October 25, despite a judge issuing several orders to restore them.

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