LONDON, U.K.—It’s moving fast now. For three months the protesters in Khartoum got nowhere with their demand that “the people want the fall of the regime,” but two weeks ago they moved their protest to the real centre of power in Sudan, the army headquarters. On April 11, the army responded by arresting Omar al-Bashir, the brutal dictator who had ruled the country for the past 30 years.
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