Sudan’s military kills two protesters in anti-coup d’état


[하르툼=AP/뉴시스] Anti-military coup protesters burn tires and shout slogans in Khartoum, Sudan, on the 26th (local time). Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdala Hamdok and his wife, who were ousted in a military coup, have returned to their homes in Khartoum, government officials said. 2021.10.27.


[서울=뉴시스] Reporter Im Jong-myung = Two anti-coup protesters were killed by live ammunition fired by the Sudan military.

Al Jazeera TV reported on the 13th (local time) that Sudan’s military had killed two protesters and injured dozens in the process of cracking down on pro-democracy protests.

“A protester was shot dead in Omdurman, a city near the capital Khartoum,” the Central Medical Committee, a Sudan’s medical group, said in a statement.

Witnesses said the military fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the capitals of Khartoum and Omdurman. Despite the network disruption, protests also took place in the city of Ward Madani, south of Khartoum.

“The protests are going on and more and more people are joining the protests,” Al-Jara said.

The protests followed a coup d’état by General Abdel Fatta Burhan, who detained high-ranking government officials, including the prime minister, at the end of last month.

Protesters have indicated that they will remain on the streets to demonstrate their resistance to military rule, despite the presence of a tight security force.

They plan to hold a large-scale rally called the ‘March of the Millions’ by the 17th to call for the resignation of the coup leader General Abdel Fatta Burhan.

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