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Sudan Military Officers Arrested In Connection With Protester Deaths

Newsy Friday, 14 June 2019
Sudan Military Officers Arrested In Connection With Protester DeathsWatch VideoMilitary leaders in Sudan admitted their own officers had killed 100 protesters on Monday. Several officers are now in custody.

"The situation is just tumbling out of control right now," said Rep. Dan Kildee.

A Sundanese Transitional Military Council spokesman said the council "decided to disperse the...
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Military leaders in Sudan say several officers have been arrested in connection with the deaths of 100 protesters.

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