Scores of protesters wounded and seven dead on Sudan’s streets

Security forces block roads and fire teargas in Khartoum in first protests since army crackdown Seven people have died and nearly 200 have been wounded during huge demonstrations in Sudan, the first large-scale protests since a crackdown on a camp early in June left at least 128 people dead. Tens of thousands took part in protests across the country on Sunday. In Khartoum, the capital, protesters demanded that the ruling transitional military council (TMC) hand over power to civilians, as security forces fired teargas at them. Kabashi, you are a liar the revolution has just started, the protesters chanted, referring to the TMC spokesman Gen Shams Eddin Kabashi, and: Blood for blood, we wont accept compensation. Soliman Abdel-Gabar, acting undersecretary …