"As angry Egyptians stormed into Cairo's streets, the wave spilled across Egypt's southern border into Sudan. Loosely organized bands of Sudanese youth are entering their second week of a declared uprising against the strong-arm rule of President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party.
The methods are familiar. Joining groups on Facebook and communicating through text messages, they launched their protests Jan. 30, chanting anti-ruling party slogans and protesting rising food prices. Their stated aim: the fall of al-Bashir's regime."
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