Sudan: Dozens killed in force crackdown on demonstrators

In a massive crackdown on Monday dozens of protesters in Sudan are feared dead by the Sudanese security forces in central Khartoum.

The sit-in site of the protesters was attacked by paramilitary forces following months of negotiations with the civilian leaders for transformation of power.

According to a medical association about thirty people have been killed, including an eight-year-old child, in the Rapid Support Forces crackdown.

The BSF is led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo. He is well known as Hemedti and is currently serving as deputy head of the transitional military council.

It is being claimed many bodies have been thrown into the river by the forces.

Royal Care hospital is facing capacity issues as many injured gave bit been able to get bed.

Meanwhile, unrest has been seen in several parts of the city following the crackdown news that spread widely.

Arab television channel showed footage of tents of protesters put on fire and demonstrators ran away from the scene.

According to a medical association about thirty people have been killed, including an eight-year-old child, in the Rapid Support Forces crackdown.

The foreign journalists said they were confined to a hotel rooms by unidentified security personnel.

The country is currently under the control of transitional military council since the oust of dictator Bashir.

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