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Violent Protests in Khartoum: Officials Declare Sunday as Official Holiday


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Khartoum, April 16 – The Security Coordination Committee in Khartoum State declared Sunday, April 16, an official holiday to protect citizens and their property amid clashes in Sudan, the Sudanese News Agency (SUNA) reported, quoting a statement issued by the authorities.
The authorities also urged citizens to stay in their homes and stay away from the areas of clashes. It should be noted that the government will continue to provide the necessary assistance to the population. The authorities urged citizens to follow the news from reliable sources and not to believe the rumours.

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the News Agency agency correspondent in Sudan reported, on Saturday morning, that clashes had begun between the Rapid Response Forces and the regular army in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. Later, the clashes between the military forces spread to other areas. The country’s Central Committee of Doctors said the clashes killed at least 25 people and injured 183 others.

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