More Sudanese Protesters Killed During Ongoing Mass Demonstrations

Sudanese security forces have shot and killed two protesters during mass demonstrations in Khartoum.

“(At least) two (2) peaceful protesters were killed, and several injuries have been reported as a result of the shooting,” said the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD).

There were also reports of live fire and violence against protesters in Omdurman as well as Nyala.

According to the CCSD, at least 17 more protesters have been injured by live ammo, tear gas, and physical violence.

“We will not be ruled by the military. That is the message we will convey at the protests. The military forces are bloody and unjust and we are anticipating what is about to happen on the streets. But we are no longer afraid,” said Tahani Abbas, a Sudanese rights activist.

There were already six protesters that were already killed during protests last 25 October.

Amnesty International warned Sudanese coup leaders that the world is watching and that troops that violated human rights must be prosecuted.


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