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Sudan crackdown worsens with reports bodies dumped in river, internet cut

Sudan crackdown worsens with reports bodies dumped in river, internet cut

The death toll from the raid on Khartoum’s pro-democracy camp has reached over 100. Medical groups associated with the demonstrators said 40 bodies have been pulled from the Nile River, dumped by security forces to try and hide the number of casualties. Internet access has since been cut, restricting protesters from communicating and from sharing video evidence of the violence. Since the UN and other world leaders condemned the violence, the head of Sudanese Transitional Military Council, General Abdel-Fattah Burhan, offered to reopen talks with opposition groups. An offer protesters rejected, saying after Monday’s violent raids, the military can not be trusted.
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