EU blames Sudan’s military council for violent attacks

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Deputy Chairman of the Transitional Military Council rally in Sudan Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, also known as Hemedti (C, on vehicle), gestures to supporters during a rally in Qarry village, some 45kms from Khartoum, Sudan, 15 June 2019. According to media reports, Hemedti said on 15 June that the ruling military council was willing to have talks with protesters who are calling for a civilian government to rule the country.

EU blames Sudan’s military council for violent attacks


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The European Union blamed Sudan’s military authorities for the violent attacks in Sudan on 3 June 2019, that resulted in the killing and injuring of many peaceful civilian protesters, as well as sexual and gender-based violence, and called for an immediate cessation of all violence against the Sudanese people, including arrests and disappearances.
“It is clear that the responsibility lies with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) as the authority in charge of protecting the population,” is said in the statement.

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