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Two Sudan trade unions to take action over coup

Two Sudanese trade unions say they will take action against the military coup that took place on Monday.

The workers at the state petroleum company Sudapet are joining the civil disobedience movement, while a doctors’ union says it will enter a general strike.

Demonstrations demanding civilian rule are meanwhile continuing in the capital Khartoum.

Earlier the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, spoke on the phone to Abdalla Hamdok, the deposed prime minister, following his return home.

Mr Hamdok was arrested and detained during the coup.

Mr Blinken urged the armed forces to free all the civilian leaders it rounded up.

source: bbc

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