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An image grab from a broadcast on Sudan TV shows Lieutenant General Omar Zain al-Abdin, the head of the political military committee assigned by the chief of the new military council, addressing a press conference on April 12, 2019 in the capital Khartoum, one day after Sudan's army ousted the Arab-African country's veteran president Omar al-Bashir. - Sudan's military council pledgeed talks with 'all political entities' and vowed the new governtment will be 'civilian', adding that it will allow no security breaches. (Photo by Handout / Sudan TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SUDAN TV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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An image grab from a broadcast on Sudan TV shows Lieutenant General Omar Zain al-Abdin, the head of the political military committee assigned by the chief of the new military council, addressing a press conference on April 12, 2019 in the capital Khartoum, one day after Sudan's army ousted the Arab-African country's veteran president Omar al-Bashir. - Sudan's military council pledgeed talks with 'all political entities' and vowed the new governtment will be 'civilian', adding that it will allow no security breaches. (Photo by Handout / Sudan TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SUDAN TV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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Sudanese forces celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese forces celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese citizens cheer as they gather in a cafe to watch the latest news from Sudan as crowds gathered in the streets of the capital, Khartoum, after Sudan's Omar al-Bashir was arrested by the Sudanese armed forces, in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Bashir, 75, had ruled the country since 1989 when he led a bloodless military coup. He is the subject of an international arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which accuses him of responsibility for genocide in Sudan's Darfur region. President Omar al-Bashir is currently under house arrest. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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Sudanese citizens gather in a cafe to watch the latest news from Sudan as crowds gathered in the streets of the capital, Khartoum, after Sudan's Omar al-Bashir was arrested by the Sudanese armed forces, in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Bashir, 75, had ruled the country since 1989 when he led a bloodless military coup. He is the subject of an international arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which accuses him of responsibility for genocide in Sudan's Darfur region. President Omar al-Bashir is currently under house arrest. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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A man calls to check on his relatives as Sudanese citizens gather in a cafe to watch the latest news from Sudan as crowds gathered in the streets of the capital, Khartoum, after Sudan's Omar al-Bashir was arrested by the Sudanese armed forces, in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Bashir, 75, had ruled the country since 1989 when he led a bloodless military coup. He is the subject of an international arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, which accuses him of responsibility for genocide in Sudan's Darfur region. President Omar al-Bashir is currently under house arrest. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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In this photo taken Thursday, April 11, 2019, a young merchant carrying brooms to sell walks along a street after the recent ousting of Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, in the capital Juba, South Sudan. The military overthrow of Sudan's longtime president quickly has raised concerns about whether the upheaval will destabilize neighbouring South Sudan's fragile efforts at peace after five years of civil war. (AP Photo/Sam Mednick)
PHOTO TAKEN THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2019
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Sudanese anti-regime demonstrators stand on an army armoured military vehicle on April 11, 2019 as they cheer and flash the sign of victory in the area around the army headquarters where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day in Sudan's capital Khartoum to call on their president to step down. - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese anti-regime demonstrators stand on an army armoured military vehicle on April 11, 2019 as they cheer and flash the sign of victory in the area around the army headquarters where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day in Sudan's capital Khartoum to call on their president to step down. - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A Sudanese anti-regime protester kisses a soldier on the head during protests on April 11, 2019 in the area around the army headquarters in Sudan's capital Khartoum. - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters, where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese anti-regime demonstrators, holding up a banner calling for "Freedom, Peace and Justice" carry on with their protest on April 11, 2019 in the area around the army headquarters in Sudan's capital Khartoum. - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters, where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A Sudanese soldier joins anti-regime demonstrators with their protest on April 11, 2019 in the area around the army headquarters in Sudan's capital Khartoum. Arabic slogans on banners in the background praise the army and its "bold troops" and call for the fall of the regime, adding that the "voice of women is revolution". - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters, where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese women take part in anti-regime demonstrations on April 11, 2019 in the area around the army headquarters in Sudan's capital Khartoum. Arabic slogans on banners in the background read: "Freedom, Peace and Justice.. the revolution is the choice of the people" (C bottom). - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. Thousands of Khartoum residents chanted "the regime has fallen" as they flooded the area around the military headquarters, where protesters have held an unprecedented sit-in now in its sixth day. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A picture taken during anti-regime protests on April 11, 2019 shows a huge billboard bearing an image of Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against Sudan's president, in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. Arabic writing next to her photo in a white gown reads: "My grandfather is Tarhaka, my beloved Kandaka". - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. In the clips and photos, the elegant Alaa Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A Sudanese anti-regime protester speaks on his mobile telephone on April 11, 2019 as he walks past a huge billboard bearing an image of Alaa Salah, a fellow Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against Sudan's president, in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. Arabic writing next to her photo in a white gown reads: "My grandfather is Taharka, my beloved Kandaka". - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. In the clips and photos, the elegant Alaa Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese anti-regime protesters wave a national flag, seen above a huge billboard bearing an image of Alaa Salah -- a fellow Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against Sudan's president -- outside the military headquarters in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on April 11, 2019. Arabic writing next to her photo in a white gown reads: "My grandfather is Taharka, my beloved Kandaka". - The Sudanese army is planning to make "an important announcement", state media said today, after months of protests demanding the resignation of longtime leader President Omar al-Bashir. In the clips and photos, the elegant Alaa Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters demonstrate with national flags and chant slogans during a demonstration against the new ruling military council put in place following the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir, in the capital Khartoum on April 11, 2019. - Excitement and jubilation in Sudan began to turn to anger and defiance only hours after Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf announced on April 11 that Bashir had been ousted by the army and a military council was being put in his place for two years. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters flash the victory gesture and raise a sign reading in Arabic "Just fall, that is all, the whole regime", during a demonstration against the new ruling military council put in place following the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir, in the capital Khartoum on April 11, 2019. - Excitement and jubilation in Sudan began to turn to anger and defiance only hours after Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf announced on April 11 that Bashir had been ousted by the army and a military council was being put in his place for two years. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A Sudanese protester demonstrates with a national flag with writing on his chest in Arabic reading "Free revolutionaries, #Fallen" with the current date, during a demonstration against the new ruling military council put in place following the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir, in the capital Khartoum on April 11, 2019. - Excitement and jubilation in Sudan began to turn to anger and defiance only hours after Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf announced on April 11 that Bashir had been ousted by the army and a military council was being put in his place for two years. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters rally for a fifth day in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. A banner reading in Arabic "People want to build a new Sudan" - Thousands of protesters have been camping outside the military complex housing Bashir's official residence in Khartoum since April 6, braving tear gas and deadly gun shots from security services in defiance of a state of emergency banning all such demonstrations. The army, which has steered clear of intervening in the clashes since the start of the anti-government protests in December, has so far stood on the sidelines. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she poses for a picture during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alla Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she poses for a picture during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, shakes hands with a protester during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, speaks with protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture and shouts slogans while marching during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture and shouts slogans while marching during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture and shouts slogans while marching during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture and shouts slogans while marching during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she stands next to a man holding up a sign reading in Arabic "peaceful, search for your safety, nation", during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she stands next to a man holding up a sign reading in Arabic "peaceful, search for your safety, nation", during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she stands next to a man holding up a sign reading in Arabic "peaceful, search for your safety, nation", during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, speaks on the phone as she sits during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, speaks on the phone as she sits during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, speaks on the phone as she sits during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, gestures as she sits during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, addresses protesters during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, flashes the victory gesture as she poses for a picture during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, shakes hands with a protester during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Alaa Salah, a Sudanese woman propelled to internet fame earlier this week after clips went viral of her leading powerful protest chants against President Omar al-Bashir, attends a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 10, 2019. - In the clips and photos, the elegant Salah stands atop a car wearing a long white headscarf and skirt as she sings and works the crowd, her golden full-moon earings reflecting light from the fading sunset and a sea of camera phones surrounding her. Dubbed online as "Kandaka", or Nubian queen, she has become a symbol of the protests which she says have traditionally had a female backbone in Sudan. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A woman prays among other protesters near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. Sarah Abdel-Jaleel, a spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, says clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters block a road near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. Sarah Abdel-Jaleel, a spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, says clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters pray during a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters enter a makeshift pharmacy near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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A protester cleans the street near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters rally near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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A woman prepares tea for protesters near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters are searched as they enter a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters rally at a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Protesters rally at a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese army soldiers patrol near protesters gathered near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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A Sudanese soldier protects protesters at a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Uniformed Sudanese soldiers flash the victory sign as they stand among protesters at a demonstration near the military headquarters, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Activists behind anti-government protests in Sudan say security forces have killed at least seven people, including a military officer, in another attempt to break up the sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. A spokeswoman for the Sudanese Professionals Association, said clashes erupted again early Tuesday between security forces and protesters who have been camping out in front of the complex in Khartoum since Saturday. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police Tuesday ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police Tuesday ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police Tuesday ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters ride atop and surround a military pickup vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters ride atop and surround a military pickup vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters gather around a military pickup vehicle as they rally during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters carry the national flag as they gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters flash the victory gesture as they sit in the middle of a street during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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Sudanese protesters raise up a sign reading in Arabic "the people must stay overnight and sit in barricades, just fall, that is all" with the current date, as they gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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A Sudanese woman with her face painted in the Arabic words "Just fall, that's all" flashes the victory gesture during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police Tuesday ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters gather during an anti-government demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters salute a military armoured vehicle as they gather during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Sudanese woman holds a national flag during a demonstration in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 9, 2019. - Sudan's police on April 9 ordered its forces to avoid intervening against protesters as three Western nations threw their weight behind demonstrators' demands for a political transition plan in the country. (Photo by - / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Sudanese protesters rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 8, 2019. - Sudan's army deployed around its Khartoum headquarters Monday as thousands of protesters urging the military to join calls for leader Omar al-Bashir's resignation defied tear gas to demonstrate for a third day, witnesses said. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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A security guard sits listening to the radio while at work at the South Sudan's 'Eye Radio' station premises in the South Sudan capital Juba on March 2, 2019. - South Sudan's Eye Radio journalists have been threatened, pulled off air and have had to cower in the hallways as bullets fly outside, with one even hitting their newsroom. As the only homegrown independent radio station in the war-wracked country, where more than 70 percent of people are illiterate, they have had to fight to keep broadcasting. But this means walking a fine line between delivering credible information, and not running foul of the government. "We really struggle in making sure we remain independent," station manager Koang Pal Chang, 45, told AFP at the studio in Juba. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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A security guard sits listening to the radio while at work at the South Sudan's 'Eye Radio' station premises in the South Sudan capital Juba on March 2, 2019. - South Sudan's Eye Radio journalists have been threatened, pulled off air and have had to cower in the hallways as bullets fly outside, with one even hitting their newsroom. As the only homegrown independent radio station in the war-wracked country, where more than 70 percent of people are illiterate, they have had to fight to keep broadcasting. But this means walking a fine line between delivering credible information, and not running foul of the government. "We really struggle in making sure we remain independent," station manager Koang Pal Chang, 45, told AFP at the studio in Juba. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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Protesters celebrate in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Tens of thousands of Sudanese were making their way to the center of the country???s capital on Thursday, cheering and clapping in celebration as two senior officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after two senior officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Protesters celebrate in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Tens of thousands of Sudanese were making their way to the center of the country???s capital on Thursday, cheering and clapping in celebration as two senior officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after two senior officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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A Sudanese man celebrates after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo)
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A grab from a broadcast on Sudan TV shows Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf (R) taking oath on April 11, 2019 as chief of the new military council, in the capital Khartoum. - Sudan's army has ousted veteran president Omar al-Bashir, but protestors against his iron-fisted rule denounced a "coup" and thousands rallied outside army headquarters as a night-time curfew kicked in. (Photo by Handout / Sudan TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SUDAN TV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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A grab from a broadcast on Sudan TV shows Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf (R) looking on as army's chief of staff Lieutenant General Kamal Abdelmarouf takes oath on April 11, 2019 as deputy chief of the new military council, in the capital Khartoum. - Sudan's army has ousted veteran president Omar al-Bashir, but protestors against his iron-fisted rule denounced a "coup" and thousands rallied outside army headquarters as a night-time curfew kicked in. (Photo by Handout / Sudan TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SUDAN TV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 14, 2013, Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir arrives at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja on July 14, 2013 to take part in a African Union summit. - Huge crowds of jubilant Sudanese thronged squares across the centre of Khartoum on Thursday as the army promised an "important announcement" after months of protests demanding the ouster of President Omar al-Bashir. (Photo by Pius Utomi EKPEI / AFP)

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