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Sudan: Moment Of Triumph Muted By Ominous Killings Of Protesters By Military


Longtime Sudanese strongman Omar al-Bashir was ousted on Thursday in a classic military coup. Now, CNN reports the citizens who opposed his regime are facing the prospect of a long struggle ahead, as the military figures who ended his 30-year rule seem to be preparing to hang on to power. As news of Bashir's downfall was still reverberating around the world, a military council dissolved the government, suspended the country's constitution and declared a three month state of emergency.

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