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Sudan doctors demand protection in nationwide strike

Doctors at Sudanese government hospitals held a nationwide strike on Thursday to demand better facilities, higher wages and protection from security forces, medics and an AFP correspondent reported. The Federal Committee of Doctors said medics at government hospitals were handling only emergency cases following the launch of the strike action on Thursday morning. "It's been five hours since the strike commenced.
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