Including 5 cases with live bullets 24 injuries in Saturday's protests in Khartoum

Including 5 cases with live bullets 24 injuries in Saturday's protests in Khartoum The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors announced that 24 people were injured during the demonstrations that took place yesterday, Saturday, in the capital, Khartoum, "including 5 cases of live bullet wounds, in addition to 3 injuries from scattered gunshots."  The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors announced, on Sunday, that 24 people were injured during the demonstrations that took place yesterday, Saturday, in the capital, Khartoum.  The committee said in a statement, that it had monitored "24 injuries, including 5 injuries with live bullets, in addition to 3 scattered gunshot wounds, likely with a shotgun, in Saturday's demonstrations," while there was no comment from the official authorities regarding what the committee said.  And on Saturday, thousands of Sudanese, including lawyers, participated in a demonstration in Khartoum; To demand "the return of civilian rule and the release of political detainees."  According to what was announced by the Sudanese Doctors Committee, on Saturday, the number of victims of the protests in the country since October 25 has risen to 92, without the issuance of official statistics in this regard.  Since October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests that reject exceptional measures taken by the army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, most notably the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the Sovereignty Councils and the Transitional Ministers.  In exchange for accusations of carrying out a military coup, Al-Burhan said that he took these measures to "correct the course of the transitional period", and pledged to hand over power either through elections or a national consensus.

The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors announced that 24 people were injured during the demonstrations that took place yesterday, Saturday, in the capital, Khartoum, "including 5 cases of live bullet wounds, in addition to 3 injuries from scattered gunshots."

The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors announced, on Sunday, that 24 people were injured during the demonstrations that took place yesterday, Saturday, in the capital, Khartoum.

The committee said in a statement, that it had monitored "24 injuries, including 5 injuries with live bullets, in addition to 3 scattered gunshot wounds, likely with a shotgun, in Saturday's demonstrations," while there was no comment from the official authorities regarding what the committee said.

And on Saturday, thousands of Sudanese, including lawyers, participated in a demonstration in Khartoum; To demand "the return of civilian rule and the release of political detainees."

According to what was announced by the Sudanese Doctors Committee, on Saturday, the number of victims of the protests in the country since October 25 has risen to 92, without the issuance of official statistics in this regard.

Since October 25, Sudan has witnessed protests that reject exceptional measures taken by the army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, most notably the imposition of a state of emergency and the dissolution of the Sovereignty Councils and the Transitional Ministers.

In exchange for accusations of carrying out a military coup, Al-Burhan said that he took these measures to "correct the course of the transitional period", and pledged to hand over power either through elections or a national consensus.
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