Sudan’s Prime Minister under house arrest, 4 ministers detained: Reports

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Khartoum, Oct 25 : Unidentified military forces have stormed the house of Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who is now under house arrest, the Arab News daily reports.

Four of Sudan’s cabinet ministers and one civilian representative of the Sovereign Council were also arrested in the early hours of Monday, the newspaper said citing an Al-Hadath TV report.

According to local media reports, people took to the streets in the capital, Khartoum, in order to protest against the military coup attempt.

Disruptions in internet and phone service were reported by people on social media.


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