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Sudan: Dying for the revolution

After months of peaceful protest, Omar al-Bashir was ousted as Sudan’s president in April.

But on 3 June the country’s security forces opened fire on demonstrators in Khartoum as they called for a civilian administration.

Doctors said more than 120 people were killed. The authorities said 61 died.

The bloody crackdown left Sudan’s streets quiet – until now.

Produced and filmed by Charlotte Pamment and Efrem Gebreab

Sudan: Dying for the revolution

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