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Sudan's army call for unconditional talks with protesters

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Sudan's military council is urging protest leaders to resume negotiations on the transition of power, but says talks "should not be preconditioned."
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Sudan's military council has called for unconditional talks with protest leaders.

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