Sudan Sentences Paramilitary Officers To Death For Killing Protesters
A court in Sudan has on Thursday 5th August sentenced six members of a feared paramilitary force to death for killing six protesters during a 2019 demonstration over food and fuel shortages.
The protesters, including four school children , were shot dead in July 2019 in the city of Al-Obeid in North Kordofan, sparking outrage across The country.
Days later, nine members of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary unity were arrested.
The trial was broadcasted Live on Sudan TV, Judge Mohamed Rahma sentenced six of the defendants to death, acquitted two others, and referred one to a juvenile court, as he was under 18.
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