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Sudan army, protesters to resume talks on transitional council

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Sudan army, protesters to resume talks on transitional council

Sudan army, protesters to resume talks on transitional council

Ethiopian envoy says protest movement agrees to suspend disobedience campaign and TMC will free political prisoners.

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