Two men died after Sudanese security forces fired tear gas and live rounds at demonstrators on Tuesday, the Sudanese Professionals Association and other sources said, SİA reports quoting Reuters.
Crowds had gathered in central Khartoum to commemorate the second anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the raiding of a sit-in during the country's 2019 uprising.
The protesters, who congregated despite roads leading to the site in front of military headquarters being blocked, chanted demands for justice and against military rule before forces dispersed them, three eyewitnesses said.
A spokesman for the police could not be reached for comment.
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