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Listen, if you would, to the Arabic word that people are shouting amid gunfire on the streets in Sudan.

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UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: Madnia (ph).

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A civil disobedience campaign in Sudan has brought the country's capital to a standstill, closing down restaurants, banks and other businesses and turning streets desolate on Sunday, the latest escalation by protesters demanding an end to military rule.

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Some other news now. Kenya is threatening to close one of the biggest refugee camps in the world, calling it a security risk. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports.

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The United States may have committed war crimes as it bombed al-Shabab militants in Somalia, a new report Amnesty International alleges.

Researchers for the human rights group investigated five U.S. airstrikes and found that they had resulted in 14 civilian deaths. The U.S. has "indiscriminately killed some of these civilians," Abdullahi Hassan, a Nairobi-based researcher for Amnesty, said in an interview.

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We begin this hour in Venezuela, where the opposition and the government are heading towards what could be a violent showdown on Saturday over U.S. humanitarian aid.

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So just how dysfunctional is the economy in Venezuela right now? Well, here's just one example. You can buy a whole tank of gasoline for less than you can buy an eight-ounce bottle of water. NPR's Eyder Peralta explains.

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