KHARTOUM, SUDAN — Arguments, shouting matches, and physical tussles broke out late Wednesday among Sudanese protesters over the positioning of barricades surrounding a sit-in in the capital Khartoum, where thousands of demonstrators have camped since April 6.
The barricades, built from rock and twisted metal, protect the sit-in, which is intended to pressure the leaders of a military coup that ousted long-time dictator Omar al-Bashir on April 11.
The protesters have been demanding coup-leaders, known as the Transitional Military Council, hand over power to a civilian government.
But now the barriers have become the source of disagreement among the protesters and a target of violence.
On Monday night, 77 people were shot at the barricades — with four deaths, doctors said.
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