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Army seizes control in Sudan as 'Butcher of Darfur' president Omar al-Bashir ousted after protests

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 11 April 2019
Army seizes control in Sudan as 'Butcher of Darfur' president Omar al-Bashir ousted after protestsSudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been deposed by the country's military following months of demonstrations against his rule. In a televised address, Sudan's defence minister said the military would rule the country directly...
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News video: Crowds Gather Outside Military Headquarters in Khartoum for Second Day to Protest Against Government

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Protesters gathered for a second day outside army headquarters in Khartoum on April 7 to call for President Omar Hassan al-Bashir to step down, local reports said.At least five demonstrators were killed during a 24-hour period between Saturday and Sunday, Aljazeera reported, citing local activists....

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