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Huge crowds join sit-in outside Sudan's defense ministry

Reuters Thursday, 25 April 2019
A huge crowd massed outside Sudan's Defense Ministry on Thursday to demand civilian rule, a Reuters witness said, challenging the Transitional Military Council that removed President Omar al-Bashir earlier this month to cede power.
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