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At least 9 people injured after sudanese forces storm barricades at protest

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At least 9 people injured after sudanese forces storm barricades at protest

At least 9 people injured after sudanese forces storm barricades at protest

According to a report by CNN, at least nine people have been injured at a pro-democracy sit-in in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, as violence continued in the country in the wake of the removal of President Omar al-Bashir.

Eyewitnesses reportedly claim that Sudanese soldiers wearing Rapid Security Forces uniforms stormed barricades at the site of the demonstrations outside army headquarters on Wednesday.

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