On June 3rd, 2019, troops and government-backed militia groups moved into Khartoum, Sudan, attacking protesters who were demanding a return to civilian rule.
The protests followed the removal of former President Omar Al-Bashir from power in April.
The military crackdown led to over a hundred deaths as troops opened fire on peaceful protesters.
The BBC’s Africa editor Fergal Keane has been talking to some of those who witnessed the violence in Khartoum.
Watch: Warning: Distressing images contained in this film.