Sudan’s army has surrounded the presidential palace In the capital city Khartoum following over three months of protests against the government of president Omar Bashir.
Bashir is wanted by International Criminal Court (ICC) on genocide charges in connection with physical violence in Darfur, South Sudan.
He is so far the longest serving leader since the country got it’s independence in 1956. He has been Sudan’s president since 1989.
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