Empty Streets in Sudan After Attacks on Protesters

allAfrica.com [allAfrica] (Washington, DC)
Publication Date:
11 June 2019
South Sudan, Governance, Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution

More than a hundred protesters have been confirmed dead in Sudan after security forces opened fire and forced them from their sit-in in Khartoum. Demonstrations in the diaspora have sent a clear message, but the streets remain empty as the military lockdown continues.


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