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Sudan state TV: Ruling council foils attempted military coup

Seattle Times Thursday, 11 July 2019
KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) — Sudan’s state-run TV says the country’s ruling military council has foiled an attempted military coup. Thursday’s report gave no details. The development comes as the military council and protest movement leaders are in discussions on a power-sharing deal. The military and a pro-democracy coalition agreed last week on a joint sovereign […]
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Sudanese leaders have yet to name the leader of the attempted military coup.

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