The death toll from repression in Sudan rises to 78 | News

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The death toll from the repression of protesters in Sudan rose to 78 this Friday after the murder of a young man by security forces in Khartoum, the capital of that nation, was reported.


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The last one was Hassan Mukhtar Al-Shafie, who was mortally wounded by a firearm during a popular mobilization against the military coup perpetrated on October 25.

In addition to the 78 murders, local sources have detailed that nearly 3,000 people have been arrested as a result of the protests.

The new marches were called by the so-called Resistance Committees, which visited the homes of some of the relatives of deceased protesters who lived in the capital.

In this sense, the leaders of the military coup promised to investigate the actions of excessive use of force against the demonstrators, however, the uniformed men continue to open fire against the civilians participating in the mobilizations.

Some of whom blocked the streets with cement blocks and burning tires; and they were dispersed by the police who responded to the military in power with tear gas and gunshots.

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