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Protests continue despite Bashir's ousting

People are continuing to take to the streets of Sudan, days after a popular uprising prompted the army to end President Omar al-Bashir's 30-year rule of the country. Demonstrations began when bread prices spiked in December, as part of emergency austerity measures the government imposed to prevent economic collapse. But even with Bashir gone, Sudan's economic challenges are far from over. Mobin Nasir reports. For more we spoke to Khalil Charles. He joined us from Khartoum. #Sudan #Protest #Economy

Sudan's president declares state of emergency

Sudan's president declares state of emergency

Sudan Revolt: Will Al Bashir Remain?

Sudan Revolt: Will Al Bashir Remain?

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

African Union Summit: AU gives Sudan military more time for reforms

African Union Summit: AU gives Sudan military more time for reforms

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Bulgarian voters seek change as country holds fourth election in two years

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Florida counts cost of Hurricane Ian

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

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Putin moves to illegally annex four regions of eastern Ukraine

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Arab alliance splits ahead of Israeli elections

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Suu Kyi, Australian economist detained since last year's coup

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British PM defends tax cuts despite tumbling pound

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