During Monday held once again demonstrations in various locations in Sudan's capital Khartoum. Gunfire erupted after security forces and paramilitary groups clashed with protesters who blocked roads in the city.
Over 10 people injured, including several seriously, according to sources within the health care system for Reuters. An officer have lost their lives, said the country's military council, according to the news agency.
the groups, who are dissatisfied with the political process in the country, to carry the responsibility for the violence.
Since the beginning of april is held sittdemonstrationer at various locations in connection to the militärhögkvarteret, and in recent weeks, demonstrators have blocked transport routes in the centre of Khartoum.
Witnesses said to Reuters that Monday's protests led to traffic in the capital, in principle, stood still.
On Monday also came the announcement that Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, who was deposed on april 11, been served on suspicion of crimes in connection with the protests that ultimately led to his departure. At least 65 people were killed in the protests.
served with the suspicion of having prompted and participated in the killing of protesters,” writes the country's public prosecutor's office in a statement.
Earlier in the day also stated a spokesperson for Sudan's military council to the council and the leader of the protest movement in the country agreed on how a övergångsstyre should look like, reports Reuters.