Police Officers Beat Sputnik Correspondent in Sudan, Break His Equipment | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Police Officers Beat Sputnik Correspondent in Sudan, Break His Equipment

Clashes during a sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum have led to at least six deaths, after gunmen wearing Rapid Support Forces uniforms opened fire on protesters, who gathered to pressure the governing Transitional Military Council (TMC) into ceding power to a civilian government, the Sudan Tribune reported.

Sudanese military police on Wednesday beat up a Sputnik correspondent, Mohamad Al Fatih, when he was reporting from the streets of Sudan's capital of Khartoum.

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