Anti-government demonstrators chanted as they marched through Omdurman, Sudan, towards the country’s parliament on Sunday, January 20.Video captured on Sunday shows a crowd chanting as they marched. Clouds of smoke and tear gas, presumably from security forces’ attempts to disperse the group, can be seen in the distance. A second clip shows an overturned vehicle that police used to follow protesters. According to reports, demonstrators helped extricate officers pinned by the pickup after it flipped.Sunday’s protest was one of hundreds railing against rising prices and calling for the resignation of President Omar Al-Bashir since December 19, according to Al Jazeera.As hundreds of Sudanese have taken to the streets in the past month, security forces have responded to the demonstrations with force, using tear gas and live ammunition to break up protests. The Sudanese government estimates 26 have been killed, but Amnesty International have placed the number at more than 40. Credit: Osman Hamad via Storyful
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