Sudan this month marks one year since protests over prices turned into a months-long demonstration that led the military to oust former president Omar al-Bashir from three decades in power. The coup was followed by a deadly crackdown on protesters before a deal was made on a transitional government. But, as Naba Mohiedeen reports from Khartoum, protesters are still demanding justice for those killed.
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