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Sudanese forces disperse protest in Khartoum North: Reuters witness

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By Reuters | May 13th 2019
Sudanese forces disperse protest in Khartoum North.

Sudanese Rapid Support Forces and police used tear gas on Monday to disperse dozens of protesters in Khartoum North and removed barriers they had set up on a main street in the capital, a Reuters witness said.

The ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) has repeatedly warned against blocking routes as it remains locked in negotiations with the opposition over a proposed joint civilian-military body to oversee the country.

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