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Protesters in Sudan march against military PM deal

By Reuters
22 November 2021   |   8:55 am
Sudan's military reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Sunday and promised to release all political detainees after weeks of deadly unrest triggered by a coup, though large crowds took to the streets to reject any deal involving the army.

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