This video exposes and documents some of the crimes of the government of Sudan against its citizens. On this clip, a peaceful protestor was shot and killed by Sudanese security forces in Khartoum on 9/26/13.Protests in Sudan erupted on 9/23/13, when the government announced another round of cuts to fuel subsidies, causing petrol prices to climb. Thousands of demonstrators marched in several cities in Sudan, including in the capital Khartoum and its surrounding suburbs to protest the government’s decision to lift the fuel subsidies. Police forces responded with tear gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition killing and injuring hundreds of protestors, including children. The police also arrested a yet unknown number of demonstrators. The violence against the protestors has left more than 100 people dead, according to several social media sources. Medical doctors in one hospital reported that they have received 27 bodies. Reports in international media also speak of a similar or higher number of casualties.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KuMBN-BzabfTwW9DU57-JLQsRKOfis7adYrB6RW7Bys/edit
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