Sudan Crisis: Protester ‘Shot Dead’ in Sinnar as Talks Stall

Sudan Crisis: Protester 'Shot Dead' in Sinnar as Talks Stall
Sudan Crisis: Protester 'Shot Dead' in Sinnar as Talks Stall

Our lastest headlines on sudan crisis ‘’A Sudanese protester was shot dead by members of a feared para-military group’’ pro-opposition doctors said.

The man was shot in the head by members of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in the southeastern Sinnar state during a protest against allegations of RSF brutality.

Neither the RSF nor Sudan’s ruling military council has commented.

The shooting came after the signing of a power-sharing deal agreed earlier this month that has once more been delayed.

The military seized power in April following months of street demonstrations against long-time leader Omar al-Bashir but the protest leaders feared that real power remained in the same hands and continued their sit-ins.

The march in the Sinnar town of al-Suki was called to demand that RSF fighters leave the town, which lies 340 km (201 miles) south-east of the capital, Khartoum.


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