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40 Bodies Dumped In River Nile As Sudanese Forces Kill Pro-Democracy Protesters

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40 Bodies Dumped In River Nile As Sudanese Forces Kill Pro-Democracy Protesters

40 Bodies Dumped In River Nile As Sudanese Forces Kill Pro-Democracy Protesters

The death toll from Monday's attack on the sit-in of Sudan's pro-democracy protesters has risen to 100.

The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors say the death toll jumped from 60 to 100 when 40 bodies were recovered from the River Nile.

According to CNN, the victims were killed in the military crackdown in the capital Khartoum.

In a grisly discovery, scores of bodies were found dumped in the river by the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.

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