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Sudan protesters vow escalation after 15 shot dead in Khartoum

The UN human rights chief slammed the killings of Sudanese protesters and called on the military to reinstate the government following last month's coup.
Sudan protest

Protesters in Sudan are vowing to increase their demonstrations after the deadliest day since a military coup deposed the country’s civilian-led transitional government last month.

Fifteen people were shot dead yesterday amid protests in the capital, Khartoum. At least 39 have been killed since the military seized power on October 25.

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