Sudan unrest: Omar al-Bashir refuses to step down

The protests in Sudan started over the state of its economy with people complaining of food shortages and high prices.

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    Sudan's President Omar Al Bashir has promised to push through economic reforms - as he defies calls from protesters and the opposition to step down.

    Two parties have withdrawn from the governing coalition as anti-government demonstrations continue - but President Bashir is refusing to budge.

    Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the capital Khartoum.


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