Sudan's defiant protesters continue sit-in

Their aim is to increase pressure on the military leadership to hand over power to civilians.

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    Sudan's protesters say they will not cede ground to the military rulers and have vowed to continue their demonstrations outside the army headquarters until all their demands are met.

    The protesters say they are not leaving anything to chance. They don't want to be caught unawares when the forces come for them. The protests have so far given them the only leverage they have against the military council and they are not about to let it go.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow met some of them in the capital, Khartoum.


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