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Sudan: Protesters Holding Night Marches

allAfrica.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
[VOA] Sudan protest groups plan night marches in an attempt to pressure the military for a return to civilian rule. Sudan's security forces earlier this month crushed a weeks-long sit in by protesters, reportedly killing dozens.
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