Sudan protesters threaten civil disobedience campaign

One of the senior leaders of the protest movement says the two-day strike was a success but challenges lie ahead.

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    Protest leaders in Sudan have declared their two-day strike a success.

    People across the nation stopped working on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Protest groups are now threatening a civil disobedience campaign to try and force the military council to hand power to civilian rule.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Khartoum.


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