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Some 115 demonstrators have been killed in protests in Sudan

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Some 115 demonstrators have been killed in protests in Sudan

Karthoum, Jul 22 (Prensa Latina) The civic organization Sudanese Doctors' Central Committee reported on Friday that the number of people killed in demonstrations in Sudan after the October 25 coup d'état rose to 115.

According to the source, the name of the last person killed due to the repression of security forces is Ismail, nicknamed Gheima, who was shot in this capital during an act of protest.

In those mobilizations, demonstrators called for the end of clashes in the Blue Nile state, where government authorities have reported 105 dead, over 200 injured and some 17,000 displaced people since last week to date.

Since July 11, the Blue Nile has seen armed incidents between the Hausa and Birta tribes for the control of crops and cattle breeding, among other reasons.

Sudanese civic and human rights organizations have repeatedly accused the military junta in power of violating the rights of demonstrators by repressing them with the use of rubber bullets and tear gases, among other means.

To call for the end of tribal clashes, the opposition coalition Forces of Freedom and Change announced that they will demonstrate in several cities of this country on Sunday.

According to that organization, which is made up of professional associations and public institutions, the mobilizations will take place under the slogan “Sudan, a homeland,” in order to reach peace and reconciliation between communities.


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