Geneva — Sudanese authorities must ensure a swift transition to a civilian government, as desired by large segments of the population and the AU, UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet says.

Mass protests across Sudan on Sunday appear to have been “unprecedented in recent Sudanese history”, despite the difficulty of monitoring the situation because of an internet blackout imposed by the transitional military council, which has ruled Sudan since former president Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April, Bachelet said on Wednesday...

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