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US urges Sudan military to seal deal with protesters

WorldNews Wednesday, 8 May 2019
US urges Sudan military to seal deal with protestersA protester flashes a Sudanese flag covered with patriotic slogans outside army headquarters in Khartoum The United States pressed Sudan's military leader Wednesday to reach an agreement with protesters, who have threatened a disobedience campaign unless there is a transfer to civilian rule. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan spoke by telephone with General Abdel...
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