Sudan: One protester killed in Darfur

             <p>By Mohammed Amin</p>  <p>KHARTOUM, Sudan (AA) - One protester has been killed in Sudan’s Darfur region by government forces, said a doctors group on Sunday.</p>  <p>The protester was killed when government forces fired live bullets and tear gas at sit-in protesters in front of army headquarters in the city of Nyala on Saturday, said the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors.</p>  <p>Saad Mohamed Ahmed, a young man from Nyala, died, while at least five protesters were injured, it said.</p>  <p>Decrying the shooting, it added: “We hold the military council responsible for any use of violence against the protesters and sit-ins all over the country.”</p>  <p>Demonstrators throughout Sudan have staged sit-in protests before and after the military ouster last month of longtime President Omar al-Bashir.</p>  <p>After the ouster, the army established a military council to run the country for a transitional period of two years, but protesters have called for the transfer of power to a civilian government.</p>  

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