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Sudan protesters take the train to support demonstrators

Reuters Tuesday, 23 April 2019
Piled onto the roof of a train or packed inside, hundreds of protesters from the birthplace of the uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir rolled into Khartoum on Tuesday to support activists demanding that the military relinquish power to civilians.
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Protesters on April 23 waved flags and held banners on a train from Atbara, in Sudan’s River Nile state, to the capital Khartoum, where demonstrators outside the military headquarters continued to call for the formation of a civilian government. Sudan Daily reported that the train bought hundreds...

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