After the announcement of the failed coup attempt in Sudan by the State Media, there have been reports and videos of very heavy military presence in the Capital of Khartoum and they are patrol the streets with their vehicles.
Several military' vehicles, tanks and troop's have been spotted in the Capital and this is happening at a time when the government already announced that the situation was under control and there was no cause of concern.
It's also said that the group of senior officers who were involved in the failed coup were immediately suspended with disciplinary actions expected to be take against them.
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