BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 A.M.) – The Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has allegedly been deposed after a military coup in the capital city of Khartoum.

According to Lebanon’s Al-Mayadeen TV, the Sudanese Army members have declared that President Omar Bashir had been removed from all positions amid reports of a coup in the African country following weeks of anti-government protests.

The media outlet cited sources as saying that the military personnel planned to announce the creation of a military council which would govern the country during a transition period that might last for up to one year.

Furthermore, there are reports that the Sudanese Army has seized the state TV offices during their overthrow of Al-Bashir from office.

As of now, there is no official word on whether or not these reports are true; however, with the ongoing protests across the country, it appears that Al-Bashir’s future as president of Sudan is in jeopardy.

An announcement from the Sudanese military is set to take place in the coming hours as the situation currently remains uncertain.

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I hope this is true and hope that al-Bashir won’t be sent to the Hague but be dealt with locally : his disgusting records are tremendous! Genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, training camps for terrorists e.g. al-Qaeda have been set up with the help of IRGC and Hezbullies, kleptocracy, arms trafficking, support to Sheebabs in Somalia, etc etc etc.
Sic semper tyrannis!

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den haag will provide him with a room, food and water. best dealt locally 🙂