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On Video: Sudan Police Commit ‘Shocking‘ Violence Against Protesters - HRW Tells UN

2019/02/12 | 17:00

(Iraq Now News)- Human Rights Watch (HRW) has released footage of Sudanese government forces committing “shocking” acts of violence and abuse against protesters over the past weeks, calling on the United Nations Human Rights Council to probe the rights violations.

The footage, released on Monday and authenticated by the HRW, showed security forces running over people with vehicles, firing live ammunition and teargas at unarmed protesters, including in hospitals, brutally beating demonstrators and bystanders with sticks and gun butts, and arbitrarily arresting protesters.

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