Fresh protests in Khartoum, Sudan, call for an end of Junta rule. Security forces responded with deadly force. This article by Samy Magdy, Associated Press, appears in ABC News. Here is an excerpt:
Thousands of Sudanese marched in the capital of Khartoum and other cities Wednesday in new protests against an October military coup that plunged the African country into political turmoil and aggravated its economic woes.
Security forces shot dead at least one person when they violently dispersed protesters, a medical group said.
It was the latest in efforts to pressure the ruling generals, whose takeover has triggered near-daily street protests demanding civilian rule. Called by pro-democracy groups, the demonstrators marched in Khartoum and its twin city of Omdurman amid tight security around the presidential palace, which has seen violent clashes in previous protests.
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