A look at events in Sudan since the fall of Omar al-Bashir • FRANCE 24 English

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#Sudan’s #military seized power Monday, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested the acting prime minister and other officials. Thousands of people flooded into the streets to #protest the coup that threatens the country’s progress toward #democracy. FRANCE 24’s International Affairs Editor Angela Diffley takes a look at events in Sudan since the overthrow of autocratic President Omar al-Bashir over two years ago.

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