Three Killed, Several Wounded During Protests

Sudan Military Coup


Sudan Military Coup: Three people killed and several others were left injured after tens of thousands of people staged protest demanding the restoration of a civilian-led government after a military coup. Sudanese security forces shot dead three people Saturday during mass protests against the country’s recent military coup, reported Sudanese Medical Association on Saturday. The shootings came despite repeated appeals by the West to Sudan’s new military rulers to show restraint and allow peaceful protests.

The fatal shots were fired in Omdurman. Forces arrived while peaceful protesters marched and the attack was carried out with tear gas and sharp ammunition.

The US and several EU states, and the EU as an organization, have announced economic sanctions against al-Burhan’s military regime following the regime’s harsh action against peaceful protesters.

On Sunday, the Sudanese military regime also gave Giles Lever, the British ambassador to Khartoum, 21 days to leave the country. According to the Al-Mashhad Al-Sudani website, Lever had previously said that Britain strongly condemned the recent actions of the Sudanese army and the Sudan military coup.

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