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Deadly Sudanese tribal clashes prompt Khartoum street protests

By France24
20 July 2022   |   4:18 pm
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas as thousands of Hausa protesters marched in central Khartoum on Tuesday, days after tribal clashes killed dozens in southern Sudan's Blue Nile state.

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