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US urges Sudanese military leader to “restrain”

The United States has urged military leaders in the coup in Sudan to refrain from “any and all violence” against peaceful protesters planning Saturday’s large demonstrations. The call to Sudan’s military leaders was delivered by a senior Foreign Ministry official who gave the briefing to reporters on an anonymous basis. …

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UN Urges Sudanese Military To Release Detained Officials

The United Nations on Thursday (28/10) urged military officers who toppled Sudan’s civilian-led transitional government to immediately release all officials who continue to be unlawfully detained in the northern East African country. The coup earlier this week came after tensions between military and civilian leaders escalated in recent weeks. The …

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Hundreds of Sudanese Pro-Democracy Protesters Block Khartoum Street

Pro-democracy protesters blocked roads in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, with makeshift barricades and burning tires on Tuesday, a day after the military seized power in a quick coup that was widely condemned by the international community. One demonstrator, Bu Obaida Mohmmad, said, “the only deterrent to this problem is civil …

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US envoy meets Sudanese leader, affirms support for democracy

A US envoy underscored Washington’s support for a democratic transition to civilian rule in Sudan Saturday in talks with the head of the ruling council and the prime minister, the US embassy in Khartoum said. The embassy noted that Jeffrey Feltman, special envoy for the Horn of Africa, has also …

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