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Sudanese security agents on Wednesday arrested four prominent leftist opposition figures, their alliance said, as authorities press a bid to crush protests sparked by fuel price hikes.Sudan's opposition groups including the Communist Party, a member of the National Consensus Forces, had called for street protests against President Omar al-Bashir's government after the authorities hiked prices of petrol and diesel by about 30 percent this month.Government officials and leaders of the ruling National Congress Party were not immediately available for comment on the latest arrests.
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