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US urges ‘immediate’ restoration of government in Sudan: State Department

By Abiodun Ogundairo
26 October 2021   |   9:08 am
"The civilian-led transitional government should be immediately restored," State Department spokesman Ned Price tells reporters after a military takeover in Sudan.

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