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Sudanese protesters demand justice for 2019 crackdown victims

By France24
11 June 2021   |   1:08 pm
Protesters in Sudan take to the streets of the capital Khartoum and elsewhere in the country, demanding justice for victims of a 2019 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. Also, France says it will suspend joint military operations in Mali after the country's second coup in nine months. And tensions remain high between Chad and Central African Republic after six Chadian soldiers were shot dead at a border post on Sunday.

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