One Protester Killed As Sudanese Continue Protest Against Military Rule 

Sudanese medics have revealed that the country’s security forces killed a man on Thursday during protests against military rule in the country.

The doctors union who are calling for the restoration of democracy in the country have said the protester was ‘shot dead’ in Omdurman by security forces during the protests. 

Thursday’s loss brings to 102 the death toll of protesters killed during calls against military rule in the country. 

Sudanese locals have dropped out in thousands to ask for a democratic government since an October 25 coup saw the emergence of the head of the army, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan.

Al-Burhan’s coup ended the brief civilian rule in Sudan after former President Omar Al-Bashir was kicked out following rounds of heavy citizen protests in 2019.

The protests have lasted months as citizens trooped to the streets in capital city Khartoum on Thursday to call for civilian rule.

Sudan has been thrown into mourning of civilian losses, inflation, food shortages and a gradual and scary return to its old ethnic tension. 

On June 8, the military and other stakeholders in the current Sudanese story met to discuss how to end the issues but the Forces for Freedom and Change (FLC) didn’t attend the meeting as it called for the release of arrested civilians and an end to the repression of civilians in the country. 

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