Sudan Calm After Security Forces Mutiny
Sudan's transitional government has quelled armed protests by former intelligence officers angry about severance pay. It was one of the biggest outbreaks of violence since the country's transition from autocratic rule.
Security Fighters Mutiny in Sudan
Radio Dabanga, 14 January 2020
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