Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – At least two protesters were killed during a protest against military rule in Sudan on Sunday, the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors said.
One of the protesters, a 20-year-old man who was one of the protesters calling for the restoration of civilian rule, was “directly wounded in the head by the forces of the coup d’tat.
When the second protester was killed, “Omdurman was shot in the chest (…) during a local procession.”
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Video footage showed Sudanese security forces trying to disperse protesters in Khartoum and other cities.
Sunday’s protests are the 12th round of protests against the October 25 coup that ousted Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdock. November.
The death toll has risen to 56 since the military coup in power, including 14 killed since the Burhan and Hamdok pact, according to the Sudanese Committee of Doctors.
Demonstrators demanded that the military not interfere in political and democratic change.
On Thursday, five people were killed in protests against the military junta, and a group of Sudanese doctors said in a statement that four people had been killed during Thursday’s protests.
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