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Protesters March to Condemn Military Coup in Sudan

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By Reuters and The Associated Press October 30, 2021

Protesters flooded the streets in defiance of a military coup that derailed the nation’s transition to civilian rule. Three people were fatally shot and more than 100 injured in the demonstrations on Saturday.

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