Protesters Are Met With Tear Gas and Gunfire in Sudanese Capital

Anti-military protesters took to the streets of Khartoum, Sudan, on January 13, marching towards the presidential palace.

According to the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors, the military was using tear gas and firearms to break up the protest, wounding dozens and killing at least one person, bringing the number of protesters killed since the October 2021 coup to 64.

Al Jazeera reported that one police officer was killed and more injured.

This footage filmed by freelance reporter Eduard Cousin shows the crowd chanting. Credit: Eduard Cousin via Storyful

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