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Don’t Abandon Sudan

The U.S. and EU should put the generals on notice and demand justice for murdered protesters

Hope for democracy in Sudan hangs by a thread. On June 3, the generals running what’s meant to be an interim administration unleashed paramilitary forces on a peaceful sit-in in Khartoum, killing at least 60 people. Crackdowns in other parts of the country increased the toll.

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