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Canadians should avoid all travel to Sudan amid ongoing military

Canadians should avoid all travel to Sudan amid ongoing military

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Canadians should avoid all travel to Sudan amid ongoing military coup, feds warn

President Omar al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan for 30 years, was on Thursday overthrown in a coup by the armed forces which announced on television a two-year ...

It is not known at this point how many Canadians may be in Sudan already but Global Affairs Canada noted there are likely to be traffic and transportation ...

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