Heavy gunfire was heard in Khartoum late into the evening
One officer and three protesters were killed and many protesters wounded in the Sudanese capital late on Monday, Sudan’s state TV said.
Earlier, heavy gunfire was heard in Khartoum late into the evening, and the transitional military council said a military police officer had been killed and many protesters wounded.
Violence flared after the military council and opposition groups said they had agreed to a power structure for the country’s transition following the ouster of President Omar al-Bashir last month.
Appears to be the body of a protester who was killed in tonight’s violence in Khartoum, the crowd carrying them chanting the Shahada pic.twitter.com/Aw2WFlFiYD— Kaamil Ahmed (@KaamilAhmed) May 13, 2019