Sudan turmoil | Reinstatement of country’s former PM leaves THOUSANDS of protesters ANGRY

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As anti-coup rallies continue, Sudan’s capital of Khartoum has seen THOUSANDS of angry protesters flock to the streets following a military-led deal to reinstate the country’s ex-PM Abdalla Hamdok. The former leader is willing to share power with the military.

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