Sudanese judges have condemned violence against anti-coup protesters as the United States said it would consider taking steps against those holding up efforts to resolve Sudan’s political crisis. This, Al Jazeera reports, as housands of protesters took the streets again on Thursday, angered by the killing of at least seven people during a crackdown against protesters on Monday, one of the deadliest days since the coup. Protesters in Khartoum beat drums and chanted anti-military slogans, with many reiterating calls for the military to leave power completely.