Sudanese Coup Forces Fire Tear Gas & Live Bullets At Protesters

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Burhans coup forces fired tear gas at protesters trying to march towards the presidential palace in Sudan’s capital. 4 protesters have been shot dead in Omdurman. Extensive intrusion into private homes. Al-Jawdah Hospital under attack.

Al-Burhans coup forces fired tear gas at protesters trying to march towards the presidential palace in Sudan’s capital today, a Reuters witness said. The demonstrators have demanded that the military play no role in government during a transition to free elections.

Most bridges to Khartoum were closed, with at least two of them blocked by shipping containers. An army checkpoint with an armoured vehicle was seen stationed at one of the bridges that remained open.

Internet and telephone connections were interrupted by the coup plotters. The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors made an official statement. They see these measures as a preparation for gross violations of human rights. An attempt to conceal crime.

Coup Forces - Gunmen
These 5 men are members of the forces that looted and murdered. Better pictures for identification are available.

It is expected that the coup forces, mainly the Rapid Support Forces, will act in their usual brutal manner. Using sharp ammunition and stun grenades against unarmed protesters. Attacks on ambulances, hospitals and hospital staff and injured people. The list of crimes against humanity is set to grow tonight.

According to our sources, 4 protesters have been shot dead in Omdurman. Extensive intrusion into private homes by coup forces. Al-Jawdah Hospital is completely surrounded. The Sudan Medical Syndicate appeals to transfer the wounded to other hospitals.

Sudanese coup forces assaults Al-Arabiya correspondents Lina Yaqoub and Nizar Bagdawi.

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