Darfuris hold anti-government protests in Sudan's north

By REUTERS
April 21, 2011 02:00

 
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KHARTOUM - Hundreds of Darfuris held protests in three cities in Sudan's north on Wednesday, the latest in small anti-government demonstrations in the African country.

Youth protesters hoping to emulate popular uprisings in neighboring Egypt and Libya have met with little success as police use violence to disperse any gatherings and few Sudanese have been willing to join them in the streets fearing bloodshed.

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