Sudan protests: At least 41 protesters killed, hospitals are being targeted

Cairo, Nov 22 (AP) A group of doctors in Sudan said on Monday that security forces are preventing wounded protesters from receiving treatment and targeting hospitals following last month’s military coup in the country.

According to a report by ‘The United Office of Sudanese Doctors’, since the October 25 coup, the army has been stopping ambulances taking wounded protesters to hospital, police entering emergency rooms, arresting patients and He has fired tear gas shells at at least two hospitals.

At least 41 protesters have been killed in Sudan’s protests following a military coup, according to the latest data released on Sunday by the Sudan Doctors Committee, which keeps track of deaths during protests.

A 16-year-old protester has died after being shot in the head during a demonstration against a new governance agreement reached between the country’s army and the ousted prime minister.

There was no immediate response from the country’s army or police in this regard.

AP Arpana Vaibhav



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