Protesters took to the streets of the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Thursday, to condemn the killings of several schoolchildren during a protest in El-Obeid earlier this week.
Protesters carried Sudanese flags and chanted "Blood for blood" and "We will never forgive." Similar protests also took place in other cities across Sudan, including El-Obeid.
Some demonstrators continued to call on the ruling military council to hand over power to a civilian-led government.
On Monday, at least four high-school students and one adult were shot dead while protesting against bread and fuel shortages in North Kordofan's El-Obeid, according to reports which cite officials. The incident has sparked massive demonstrations, with some accusing military and paramilitary forces of opening fire on schoolchildren. Nine members of a paramilitary group have been detained in connection with the killings, a Transitional Military Council (TMC) spokesperson was reported as saying.
On Tuesday, Sudan's ruling Transitional Military Council ordered the indefinite suspension of school classes.
Sudan has seen a wave of protests since the TMC took control of Sudan after the ousting of President Omar Al-Bashir in April. Talks to establish a power-sharing deal between the TMC and civilian representatives are ongoing/