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11 reported missing after Sudan sit-in bloodbath: lawyers

By AFP   |   11 August 2019   |   11:23 am  
Legal proceedings have been filed in Sudan to open investigations into 11 people who went missing during the deadly June repression of a protest, lawyers announce. According to doctors close to the protest movement that led to longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir's ouster, at least 127 people were killed on June 3 in a crackdown on a sit-in in the Sudanese capital.
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