Police fire tear gas on Sudanese protest as anti-military campaign enters 10th month

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KHARTOUM (Reuters) -Thousands of protesters marching towards Sudan’s presidential palace were blocked by police firing tear gas, as an anti-military campaign entered its 10th month. Protests have continued weekly since an Oct. 25 military takeover that halted a transition to democracy and plunged the country into turmoil. Police on Sunday blocked protesters from reaching the kilometre-long road that leads to the presidential palace and chased them into nearby side streets, Reuters journalists said. Military leaders have said they are prepared to step aside if civilian groups can agree on a new…

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