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Vigils across Sudan demand to know fate of 'Khartoum massacre' missing

Demo in Sudan (File photo)
Demo in Sudan (File photo)

The capital Khartoum and a number of cities in Sudan again witnessed student and professional protest vigils to demand the disclosure of the fate of those who went missing during the violent dismantling of the Khartoum sit-in on June 3.

In Khartoum, students of Omdurman Islamic University, the University of Science and Technology, the National University, the employees of telecom provider MTN and the Ministry of Social Affairs, held protests in solidarity with the missing people and their families.

Teachers also held a protest in front of the Ministry of Education in Khartoum.

Kassala / Singa / Northern State

In Kassala, activists and professionals organised five protest vigils in the public station, the Ministry of Education, the animal abattoir, the educational hospital, and the Court to demand the disclosure of the fate of the missing.


The Ministry of Health staff in Singa and the doctors at El Tura Hospital in El Mahas in the Northern State carried out similar vigils.

Activists are circulating names of dozens of people who went missing on June 3 and demanding the authorities to disclose their fate.


On Tuesday, the Student Movement organised a march heading from the universities of El Nilein and Sudan to the University of Khartoum in memory of the students killed during the protests.

The alliance said an army force and Rapid Support Forces troops intercepted the marches towards Khartoum university.

Participants in the march chanted slogans demanding punishment of the killers of the martyrs and the independent and transparent investigation.

Addressing the march, Ismail El Taj, a leading member of the Sudanese Professionals Association, stressed the independent and transparent investigation and access to retribution for the martyrs.

Meanwhile, university and school students organised a rally on Obeid Khatim Street demanding the civilian authority.

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