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Sudan's ousted president Bashir moved to prison as protests continue

SBS Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Amnesty International is calling for Sudan's deposed president to be handed over to the International Criminal Court.
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Military concedes to some demands from protesters, removes defence minister and vows to restructure intelligence agency.

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