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Sudan appears headed toward political paralysis, with drawn out unrest and a fractured opposition without a clear idea of what to do if their wish to see the country's leader of 29 years go comes true
Demonstrations that erupted in the provinces last month after the government tripled the price of bread have escalated into nationwide protests that analysts say pose the biggest challenge to Bashir
Khartoum could be sidelined again after a violent crackdown on protesters.
Security forces have fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters, who are demanding President Omar al-Bashir's resignation, in the Suda...