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Sudan: protesters rally in Khartoum as parties and the military sign initial transition deal

By France24
10 December 2022   |   5:34 pm
Military leaders and the main pro-democracy group in Sudan have signed a deal this Monday to establish a civilian-led transitional government. But the deal has already been heavily criticised by democracy activists.

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