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Deadly Protests Follow Sudan Military Coup

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By Christina Kelso, Lucas Lilieholm and Chevaz Clarke-Williams October 25, 2021

Sudanese soldiers fired on pro-democracy protesters who flooded the streets of the capital Khartoum after the nation’s top military commander dissolved the government and declared a state of emergency.

Original story from https://www.nytimes.com

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WASHINGTON — The United States froze $700 million in direct assistance to Sudan’s government in response to Monday’s coup, and American officials demanded that the Sudanese military immediately release civilian leaders and restore the transitional government.Ned Price, the State Department spokesman, acknowledged frustrations among Sudanese officials and citizens over the sluggish pace of the transition to full civilian rule and free elections, two years after its longtime president, Omar Hassan […]

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