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In Sudan, police fired tear gas and rubber-coated bullets at crowds of protesters who gathered near the presidential palace Monday to demand the military hand over power to a civilian government to lead a transition to democratic rule. Dozens of protesters have been killed by Sudanese police and soldiers since the military toppled caretaker Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok in an October 25 coup. Sudan’s military rulers reinstated Hamdok in late November amid popular pressure, but the military is maintaining oversight over his Cabinet.

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