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Sudanese Doctors Join Anti-Government Protests in Khartoum

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Sudanese Doctors Join Anti-Government Protests in Khartoum

Sudanese Doctors Join Anti-Government Protests in Khartoum

Doctors in Sudan marched from the city’s main hospital to the army complex in Khartoum to participate at a sit-in demonstration on April 17, according to reports.

This video shows people marching in white coats.

“In Sudan, we lack the basics, and that’s why the majority of protesters are medics because they are those who feel the people’s suffering,” Sama Omar al-Sadiq, a doctor participating in the protest, told the Agence France-Presse.

According to Ugandan newspaper The Independent, the doctors marched as Sudan’s ousted president Omar al-Bashir was transferred to prison.

This video shows men and women dressed in white coats marching along El Mek Nimir Avenue in Khartoum as they made their way from Khartoum Hospital to the army headquarters in the city, according to the uploader, Sara Homeida.

Credit: Sara Homeida via Storyful

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