Sudan protests: Learning during the overnight sit-in

Evenings at Sudan's sit-in at army headquarters, where thousands have gathered to demand the military council hand power to civilians, has become an opportunity for learning to many Sudanese.

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    Evenings at Sudan's sit-in at army headquarters, where thousands have gathered to demand the military council hand power to civilians, has become an opportunity for learning to many Sudanese.

    With entertainment and political debates, many say Sudan's revolution has a special night taste that gives them a glimpse of Sudan in the past and the Sudan they want to build.

    Sudan's transitional military council says it plans to resume talks with the opposition alliance on Sunday.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan has more from the capital Khartoum.


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