A committee of doctors in Sudan said that a demonstrator in Omdurman was killed and others were wounded by live bullets fired by security forces during demonstrations today, Saturday, in protest against the recent military coup decisions, in the capital, Khartoum, and elsewhere.
The Central Committee of Doctors of Sudan said that a large number of the wounded had injuries of varying degrees, and that there were “extreme” difficulties in transporting them to hospitals.
Since the early morning, soldiers and members of the Rapid Support Forces have spread extensively in the streets of Khartoum and Omdurman, blocking the bridges linking the capital with its suburbs and intersecting with the main axes.
Through text messages and graffiti on the walls, activists called on the Sudanese to demonstrate massively to demand the return of power to civilians.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Omdurman, northwest of Khartoum, according to eyewitnesses.
Security forces fired tear gas at several protestors’ processions in Khartoum and “followed the demonstrators later,” according to a witness.
Other demonstrators took to the streets in the eastern cities of Wad Medani, Port Sudan and Kassala, according to witnesses.
The slogans “No to military rule”, “Apostasy is impossible” and “Down with the Military Council” and other slogans of protest recurred.
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