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Sudan Protesters Condemn Prime Minister’s Military Deal

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By The Associated Press and Reuters November 22, 2021

Demonstrators amassed in Sudan’s capital after Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who had been detained for four weeks in a military coup, was reinstated after signing a deal with the army chief who ousted him.

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