Sudan protesters protected by some soldiers
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Sudan protest: Some soldiers protect demonstrators

Elements of Sudan's military moved to protect demonstrators during deadly clashes in Khartoum between security forces and protesters, witnesses say.

Soldiers tried to chase away pick-up trucks firing tear gas, on the second night of a sit-in protest calling for President Omar al-Bashir to resign.

Protesters sought shelter in a navy facility, a witness said, as tension among the armed forces was laid bare.

  • 08 Apr 2019
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