Pro-democracy leaders have called on people to take part in night marches across the north African country [Anadolu]
Sudanese protesters say more than 30 people have been killed after security forces stormed the main protest camp in the capital Khartoum in the worst violence since the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir, drawing global condemnation.
The Sudanese Professionals’ Association (SPA), which spearheaded nationwide protests that started in December, said Monday’s crackdown amounted to a “bloody massacre”.
“We are holding the Transitional Military Council (TMC) responsible for what happened this morning,” the SPA said, referring to the ruling military council, which currently runs the country.
Pro-democracy leaders have called on people to take part in night marches and block the main roads as part of “total civil