Sudanese security forces have moved in to break up a protest camp in the capital, Khartoum, Al Jazeera reports. The news network is quoting demonstrators, and has been speaking to protesters by phone. One protester said that even if the sit-in was cleared, they would regroup somewhere else. Another was heading towards the sit-in site despite the danger.
Protesters Shot, Killed As Police Try to Disperse Sit-in
Deutsche Welle, 3 June 2019
Security forces have used live rounds in an operation to disperse peaceful protesters in Khartoum. Demonstrators are demanding civilian rule, after a military council took over… Read more »
Activists End Negotiations With Military After Protesters Killed
RFI, 3 June 2019
The Sudanese activist group that had been negotiating with military rulers has called off talks after at least 13 sit-in protesters were killed outside Khartoum's army headquarters… Read more »
Security Forces Move to Break Up Sit-In - Demonstrators
allAfrica, 3 June 2019
Sudanese security forces have moved in to break up a protest camp in the capital, Khartoum, Al Jazeera reports. Read more »
Al Jazeera continued carrying live coverage in Khartoum Monday despite its staff being banned from working in Sudan.
Al Jazeera Vigil By Sudanese Journalists Disrupted
Radio Dabanga, 3 June 2019
Members of the Sudanese Journalists Network (SJN) were prevented from carrying out a vigil in front of the Al Jazeera office in Khartoum on Sunday. The Qatar-based TV channel was… Read more »
At least two people were killed in Sudan and 10 others injured when security forces opened fire on protesters. Thousands of demonstrators in Khartoum ... see more »
Sudan's military rulers say that a protest camp in the capital has become a threat to the country's national security. The council has also ordered the closure of the office of the ... Read more »
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