On June 3, Sudanese paramilitaries opened fire on a peaceful protest against military rule, gunning down more than 100 civilians in Khartoum and injuring hundreds more.

It was an event that could prove to be the country’s Sharpeville moment — and the ramifications are still rippling outwards...

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