The head of the Sovereign Council in Sudan, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, sent a delegate from his office to the office of Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath in Sudan, after storming it today, Thursday.
The commander of the central military region of the Sudanese army visited the office of Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath TV channels after storming it, while the Sudanese police opened an investigation into the attacks that took place in Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath offices on Thursday. A delegation from the Sudanese Ministry of Interior and a police spokesman also visited the office.
The Sudanese police spokesman said that the perpetrators of the storming of the offices of Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath TV channels in Khartoum will be investigated and punished.
The Sudanese Journalists Network condemned the attack on the offices of Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels in Khartoum.
On Thursday, the Sudanese security had stormed the office of Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels in Khartoum, confiscating the equipment and assaulting the entire office after filming the police attacks on protesters.
Sudanese security forces also fired tear gas inside the office, stormed it and confiscated its equipment.
The officers beat Al Arabiya and Al Hadath correspondents Lina Yaqoub and Nizar Bagdawi, and attacked photographers and producers in the office.
On Thursday, Sudanese security forces fired tear gas in the face of thousands of demonstrators who took to the street in Khartoum despite the security closure of several areas in the capital.
The demonstrators were exposed to these bombs a few hundred meters from the presidential palace, the headquarters of General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, the army chief, who took measures more than two months ago.
While the Sudanese Professionals Association reported reports of 3 deaths in the demonstrations, the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors confirmed the killing of 3 protesters in Omdurman.
Witnesses reported that similar demonstrations took place in other Sudanese cities, especially Kassala and Port Sudan (east), as well as in Madani (south).
In anticipation of these demonstrations, the Sudanese authorities cut off the internet service for mobile phones since the morning, closed the roads leading to Khartoum, and placed containers on the bridges linking the Sudanese capital with its suburbs.
Today, Thursday, the security forces (police, army and paramilitary forces from the Rapid Support Forces) for the first time set up cameras on the main axes in Khartoum to monitor the gatherings of demonstrators.
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