SUDAN PROTESTS: 7 KILLED AFTER MILITARY USE LIVE AMMUNITION TO DISPERSE CROWDS

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Seven protesters have been killed while over 180 were injured in a rally demanding civilian rule in Sudan. The military used live ammunition, stun grenades and tear gas to disperse the crowds gathered in Khartoum.
Tens of thousands of protesters marched on the presidential palace.
Protesters say the demonstrations will continue until justice is served for the victims of the June 3rd Khartoum massacre.
Earlier, security forces arrested a number of protest leaders during raids on their houses and offices.
The mass demonstrations come amid attempts by Ethiopia and the African Union to mediate between the protesters and ruling generals.

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