Sudanese activists say internet service has been restored in the country, after a weekslong blackout imposed during a deadly crackdown earlier last month.
A telecommunications faction of the Sudanese Professional’s Association says Wednesday that users across the country have been back online. The development comes a week after the military council and protest leaders agreed on a power-sharing deal.
The ruling military council had blocked internet service after security forces razed a protest camp in the capital of Khartoum on June 3.
People in Sudan have begun posting footage of alleged abuses by security forces against protesters during the break-up.
A Khartoum court on Tuesday ordered telecommunication companies working in Sudan to restore internet service.
Late on Tuesday, the NetBlocks observatory said data showed significant restoration of internet in Sudan.
The Associated Press