Sudan: Seven protesters dead and 200 injured | DW News

In Sudan, at least seven people have been killed and almost 200 injured in clashes between police and protesters. Thousands took to the streets across the country to demand the ruling military council hand power to a civilian government. The demonstrations are the biggest since Transitional Military Council head General Mohamed Hamdan’s Rapid Support Forces opened fire on a protest in the capital Khartoum on June 3, 2019, killing dozens.

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  1. There should be more people talking about this where is the human rights and where are the people who act against violence ohh no help from them at all this is just sad how people in Sudan keep dying and violence happens and no one is even giving them a bit of attention.


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