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Sudan's president softens after protests
"Sudan's president softens after protests"

"the Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir, have adopted a milder tone against the protesters, who almost daily have taken to the streets to protest against the government and the poor economy."

"But he warns the protesters to go too far."

"Sudan has been shaken by protests since december last year, when the government trefaldigade the price of bread. President Omar al-Bashir has so far set hard against hard against the demonstrators, but during a press conference in his palace on Wednesday, he was more sympathetic towards those who almost daily have taken to the streets to protest against the government and the poor economy."

" most of the demonstrators are young and there are factors that have driven them to protest in the streets, that the rate of inflation which has led to higher prices and the limited number of jobs available, said al-Bashir."

"the President also said that all the journalists who have been detained in connection with protests shall be released. Activists said to Reuters that the 16 people."

"The new statements will, after the prime minister Moataz Moussa Saturday said that the protests were legitimate. The more sympathetic the attitude is a contrast to previous statements, where al-Bashir among other things, called the protesters for the rats should return to their burrows."

"Warns against going too far."

"The hard economic conditions in the country drug at the time of the protests, which in January moved to act if the repression under al-Bashir's 30-year rule. His softer tone, despite the warned the president during the pressträffen the protesters to go too far and pointed to the chaos in Libya after Muammar Gaddafi's cases in 2011, as a cautionary example."

"the Police have, according to eyewitnesses, on several occasions, used tear gas against the demonstrators. Authorities stated that 30 people have died in the unrest, human rights organisations in the country say that the figure is 45 people."

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