[WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT] UNHRC condemns killing of civilians by Sudanese security forces

[WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT] UNHRC condemns killing of civilians by Sudanese security forces

The United Nations Secretary-General and the High Commissioner for Human Rights have condemned the killing by Sudanese security forces of at least 39 people since the October 25th military coup. 15 were reportedly shot dead while dozens were wounded when thousands of Sudanese took to the streets on Wednesday which is now viewed as the deadliest day in a month of demonstrations against military rule. Protestors in several cities, including Khartoum and the towns of Bahr and Omdurman, have been demanding a complete handover to civilian authorities and for the coup leaders to be put on trial.

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