Sudan Protesters Vow to Continue Despite Death by Snipers

Reports from Sudan say at least 11 people have been killed in the latest mass protests demanding a transition to civilian rule. Police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of people took to the streets on Sunday in Khartoum and other areas in the first such demonstration since a June deadly crackdown on protesters.  More demonstrations were reported on Monday.

A protest in Sudan on June 30, 2019.


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    DW, 30 June 2019

    There have been reports of sniper fire at mass rallies in Sudan, with at least seven people dying. Large crowds took to the streets across the county to demand democratic rule. Read more »

  • Sudan:  Mass Rallies Demand Civilian Rule in Sudan

    DW, 30 June 2019

    Marches are taking place in the capital Khartoum and across the country. Organizers said security services stormed their offices without warning ahead of the Sunday's… Read more »

Tens of thousands of protesters poured on to the streets of Khartoum and elsewhere as part of mass rallies on June 30, 2019.


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