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Sudanese protesters celebrate transition deal with military council


Sudanese protesters celebrate after negotiations with military council result in a three-month transition period into civilian rule as some yearn for guarantees that the agreement will be honoured.

Added on the 15/05/2019 19:31:20 - Copyright : AFP EN

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