This article by Hamza Hendawi is published by Mena. Here is an excerpt:
Sudanese security forces have removed street barricades placed by pro-democracy protesters in Khartoum’s sister cities of Bahri and Omdurman, foiling their attempt to cripple life in the capital.
Witnesses said that on Sunday, a security contingent made up of troops, police and members of a paramilitary force removed the barricades at lunchtime, about six hours after the protesters had set them up.
The barricades, mostly made of rocks, tyres and tree branches, disrupted the rush-hour traffic heading to Khartoum, forcing many to stay at home.
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