Sudanese take to streets in anti-coup protests
The Herald|January 07, 2022
SUDANESE security forces have fired tear gas to disperse crowds as thousands took to the streets once again in the capital Khartoum and other cities across Sudan to protest against the October military coup.

In Omdurman, the twin city of Khartoum, security forces opened live fire on protesters in Arbaeen Street, killing at least one man, said activist Nazim Sirag.

The protester was shot in the head and died before reaching hospital, Sirag added.

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