Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel

Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - JANUARY 14: Members of the Sudanese Army block roads in Khartoum, Sudan on January 14, 2020. Protests in the streets of the capital Khartoum, staged by some of intelligence service soldiers, ended after the army became involved. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok reiterated Tuesday confidence in government forces to contain and control security tension in the capital of Khartoum. “We assure our citizens that the events are under control, we will not stop our march, and they will not cause a retreat from the goals of the revolution,” Hamdok said on Facebook after intelligence service soldiers fired shots into the air in the city. Government spokesman Faisal Mohamed Saleh said in a statement that some areas of the capital witnessed a rebellion by operations forces of the General Intelligence Agency, as units took to the streets, established barricades and fired bullets into the air. He said events took place in response to a decision by the intelligence service to dismiss the Operations Authority, prompting some units to refuse financial compensation in severance because it was lower than what they deserve. ( Mahmoud Hajaj - Anadolu Agency )

Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel
Fotoğraf: Mahmoud Hajaj

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - JANUARY 14: Members of the Sudanese Army block roads in Khartoum, Sudan on January 14, 2020. Protests in the streets of the capital Khartoum, staged by some of intelligence service soldiers, ended after the army became involved. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok reiterated Tuesday confidence in government forces to contain and control security tension in the capital of Khartoum. “We assure our citizens that the events are under control, we will not stop our march, and they will not cause a retreat from the goals of the revolution,” Hamdok said on Facebook after intelligence service soldiers fired shots into the air in the city. Government spokesman Faisal Mohamed Saleh said in a statement that some areas of the capital witnessed a rebellion by operations forces of the General Intelligence Agency, as units took to the streets, established barricades and fired bullets into the air. He said events took place in response to a decision by the intelligence service to dismiss the Operations Authority, prompting some units to refuse financial compensation in severance because it was lower than what they deserve. ( Mahmoud Hajaj - Anadolu Agency )

Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel
Fotoğraf: Mahmoud Hajaj

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - JANUARY 14: Some citizens react after members of the Sudanese Army blocking roads in Khartoum, Sudan on January 14, 2020. Protests in the streets of the capital Khartoum, staged by some of intelligence service soldiers, ended after the army became involved. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok reiterated Tuesday confidence in government forces to contain and control security tension in the capital of Khartoum. “We assure our citizens that the events are under control, we will not stop our march, and they will not cause a retreat from the goals of the revolution,” Hamdok said on Facebook after intelligence service soldiers fired shots into the air in the city. Government spokesman Faisal Mohamed Saleh said in a statement that some areas of the capital witnessed a rebellion by operations forces of the General Intelligence Agency, as units took to the streets, established barricades and fired bullets into the air. He said events took place in response to a decision by the intelligence service to dismiss the Operations Authority, prompting some units to refuse financial compensation in severance because it was lower than what they deserve. ( Mahmoud Hajaj - Anadolu Agency )

Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel
Fotoğraf: Mahmoud Hajaj

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - JANUARY 14: Members of the Sudanese Army block roads in Khartoum, Sudan on January 14, 2020. Protests in the streets of the capital Khartoum, staged by some of intelligence service soldiers, ended after the army became involved. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok reiterated Tuesday confidence in government forces to contain and control security tension in the capital of Khartoum. “We assure our citizens that the events are under control, we will not stop our march, and they will not cause a retreat from the goals of the revolution,” Hamdok said on Facebook after intelligence service soldiers fired shots into the air in the city. Government spokesman Faisal Mohamed Saleh said in a statement that some areas of the capital witnessed a rebellion by operations forces of the General Intelligence Agency, as units took to the streets, established barricades and fired bullets into the air. He said events took place in response to a decision by the intelligence service to dismiss the Operations Authority, prompting some units to refuse financial compensation in severance because it was lower than what they deserve. ( Mahmoud Hajaj - Anadolu Agency )

Sudan: Events under control after security agents rebel
Fotoğraf: Mahmoud Hajaj

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - JANUARY 14: Members of the Sudanese Army block roads in Khartoum, Sudan on January 14, 2020. Protests in the streets of the capital Khartoum, staged by some of intelligence service soldiers, ended after the army became involved. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok reiterated Tuesday confidence in government forces to contain and control security tension in the capital of Khartoum. “We assure our citizens that the events are under control, we will not stop our march, and they will not cause a retreat from the goals of the revolution,” Hamdok said on Facebook after intelligence service soldiers fired shots into the air in the city. Government spokesman Faisal Mohamed Saleh said in a statement that some areas of the capital witnessed a rebellion by operations forces of the General Intelligence Agency, as units took to the streets, established barricades and fired bullets into the air. He said events took place in response to a decision by the intelligence service to dismiss the Operations Authority, prompting some units to refuse financial compensation in severance because it was lower than what they deserve. ( Mahmoud Hajaj - Anadolu Agency )

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