Doctors say at least three protesters have been killed in Sudan as a civil disobedience campaign begins.
The Sudanese opposition called for the campaign and a general strike starting on Sunday. The campaign follows a military crackdown on protesters wanting civilian rule.
At least 117 people have been killed in the military’s crackdown on protesters.
Al Jazeera speaks to Samahir Elmubarak, spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, who says the civil disobedience campaign is a non-violent way of sending a message that the military “are not to rule the Sudanese people”.
Additionally, Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan has just returned from Khartoum and joins us in the studio. He was banned from reporting in Sudan during his time there.
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