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Sudanese military clears protesters with gunfire; suspends talks

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Sudanese military clears protesters with gunfire; suspends talks

Sudanese military clears protesters with gunfire; suspends talks

At least nine people were wounded on Wednesday when Sudanese forces used live ammunition to clear demonstrators from central Khartoum, a protest group said, and talks on forming a body to lead Sudan to democracy have been suspended for 72 hours.

Mia Womersley reports.

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