Sudan Schools Closed as Unrest Deepens

Sudanese authorities have ordered schools closed indefinitely after crowds of students took to the streets on Tuesday to protest against the death of six protesters, including five students, in a town in central Sudan.

Secondary school girls demonstrate in Shajarat El Hamdab in River Nile state against the El Obeid massacre.

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