Sudan June crackdown: Claims of crimes against humanity

Human Rights Watch finds security forces' attacks against Sudanese protesters could amount to crimes against humanity.

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    It has been more than five months since scores of protesters were killed during a violent crackdown in Sudan.

    They wanted civilian rule after the Transitional Military Council took over in place of longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir.

    A Human Rights Watch report on that sit-in says what happened could amount to crimes against humanity.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum.


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