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Sudanese Soldiers Arrest Scores of Anti-Coup Protesters

HeadlineNov 08, 2021

In Sudan, soldiers fired tear gas and arrested scores of people over the weekend as protesters opposed to the October 25 coup began a two-day strike and campaign of civil disobedience demanding a peaceful transition to civilian rule. The protests came as mediators from the Arab League traveled to Khartoum Saturday for talks with the military coup leaders.

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