Death toll in Sudan raises to 60, doctors’ group says

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Doctors in Sudan have reported 60 deaths since the beginning of the war by the military against the protestors in Khartoum, Sudan.

The European countries have cursed the actions taken towards the protestors.

The military leader in that country have been using live bullets in dispersing the demonstrators who riot outside the military headquarters in Khartoum where the citizens have been demanding the military to hand over the rule to the country’s citizens.

Due to that situation, the doctors have proved that the number of deaths has increased from 35 to 60 today while hundreds of citizens with major and minor injuries admitted in hospitals.

The military leader, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan yesterday apologized for that violence adding that the Sudan’s Transitional Military Council that took over the leadership in April will conduct an investigation on those incidents with an sim of curbing them.

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