Sudan’s new prime minister has formed a committee to probe an armed June crackdown on a weeks-long protest camp in Khartoum that killed and wounded hundreds of demonstrators, state media reported.
Sudan PM orders probe into protesters’ killing
PM Hamdok launched an “independent probe” into the crackdown, according to SUNA. (File photo: AFP).
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