Three civilians killed by the militiamen in Mersheng, South Darfur State western Sudan :

Three civilians killed by the militiamen in Mersheng, South Darfur State:

On 15 September 2019, three civilians were killed by armed militias, security and intelligence services in the Marching district of Nyala State, South Darfur. It is about 85 km north of the capital of South Darfur state Nyala.

According to surveillance sources in the Darfur Network for  Monitoring and Documentation and details of the incidents, armed members of the RSF  rapid support force  threatened to loot his mobile phone, but refused to hand over his phone to them, but shot him in the head. Monier Mohammed Hamid , 30, Zalingi University is studying  level four in the Faculty of Education, Department of English, close of (Tindbay camp IDPs).

In addition, a source in the DNMD Darfur Network for Monitoring and Documentation said that the movement of citizens was a peaceful demonstration against what happened in the killing of a student demanding security forces and police to do their responsibility to arrest the perpetrators who fled the appearance by Jamal after the unhappy incident, but members of the security services opened fire to all citizens of the city went out to surround the police station and security forces opened fire on the demonstrators when they insisted that the police did not leave the police station until the perpetrators were arrested. Citizens burned down local buildings, NISS the National Security Service, and the police.

DNMD Darfur Network for Monitoring and Documentation, calls on the transitional government in Sudan to respect the rights of expression in peaceful protests in accordance with international conventions and treaties. And its obligation also bring the perpetrators of the murder of students and civilians to justice instantly.

More information is available from Mohammed Hassan, Executive Director, DNHR.


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