Video Footage Shows Extreme Violence, Abuse by Sudan Govt Forces

Publisher:
Human Rights Watch
Publication Date:
11 February 2019
Tags:
Sudan, Conflict, Peace and Security, Governance, Human Rights

WARNING - GRAPHIC VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED: Human Rights Watch released a video on February 11, 2019, that shows government forces' extreme violence and shocking abuses against protesters during weeks of largely peaceful protests across the country. The United Nations Human Rights Council should urgently respond to the human rights crisis in Sudan at its March session and ensure an independent investigation into the violations committed since the start of protests in December 2018.


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Sudan Videos Show Extreme Violence and Abuse by Govt Forces

The footage, verified by Human Rights Watch, shows security forces driving around in armed vehicles, shooting bullets and teargas at unarmed protesters, and rounding up and ... Read more »

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