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Sudan's military holds talks with protesters as curfew lifted

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Sudan's military holds talks with protesters as curfew lifted

Sudan's military holds talks with protesters as curfew lifted

Meeting comes as new leader of military council promises to hand over power to civilian government within two years.

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