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Hundreds of anti-coup protesters rally in Sudan: Sources

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Hundreds of Sudanese protesters again rallied Sunday against last month’s military coup and the ensuing crackdown which left at least 40 people killed, witnesses said.

Protesters gathered in downtown Khartoum, as well as in the eastern state of Kassala and the northern city of Atbara, according to witnesses.

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Sudanese mediators announced Sunday morning the military had reached a deal to reinstate Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who has been under house arrest since the power grab.

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