Sudan Anti-Government Protests Continue

Al Jazeera English
Publication Date:
24 June 2012
Sudan, Legal and Judicial Affairs, Governance, Economy, Business and Finance

Hundreds of people have protested in Sudan's capital Khartoum, despite a police crackdown on them. Demonstrations against the government's anti-austerity measures are now in their second week. Al jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports that some activists say they want to start an Arab-Spring style uprising.


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