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Protesters from the birthplace of an uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir were converging on the capital on Tuesday, activists said, to pressure a transitional military council to relinquish power to civilians. The residents from Atbara, the city where the protests started on December 19, were travelling to Khartoum by train in a highly symbolic show of support for demonstrators camped at a sit-in outside the defence ministry compound. →