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Sudan Protests: Army, pro-govt militia fight it out in Khartoum

Two soldiers have been killed by gunmen in Sudanese capital Khartoum, after clashes erupted on Tuesday between the army and a pro-government militia. Thousands of people are staging a sit-in outside the defence ministry demanding President Omar al Bashir's resignation. And as Philip Owira reports, the protesters want the army to back them. #Khartoum, #Sudan, #OmaralBashir

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