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US, Europeans call for UN Security Council talks on Sudan

AFP , Thursday 11 Apr 2019
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The United States and five European countries on Thursday called for a UN Security Council meeting on Sudan after president Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the army amid mass protests against his 30-year-long rule, diplomats said.

The council is expected to discuss the situation in Sudan during a closed-door meeting on Friday that was also requested by France, Britain, Germany, Belgium and Poland.

 

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