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Sudan protesters vow to continue sit-in during Ramadan

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Sudan protesters vow to continue sit-in during Ramadan

Sudan protesters vow to continue sit-in during Ramadan

The demonstrators say they will keep their revolution alive by providing more meals for people to break their fasts during the holy month.

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