US envoy to Africa to meet military leaders as deadly protests erupt in Sudan

The turmoil comes following the ousting of President Omar al-Bashir and his 30-year rule.
0:50 | 06/12/19

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Transcript for US envoy to Africa to meet military leaders as deadly protests erupt in Sudan
We turn to a major crisis in Sudan and the US assistant secretary for African affairs. Arrive today to meet and begin negotiations with military leaders and protesters. This comes after the paramilitaries slowed down efforts to hold a free democratic elections they said it would be two years from now but the people want it. Right now this is following. That ousting of president Al Bashir and his repressive thirty year rule in according to protesters. The pet the paramilitaries have been attacking civilians leaving more than a hundred people dead and over 700 people injured and local doctors. Also report that militias have raped as many as seven with seventy women during attack at a protest camps so. Very very dangerous situation there. That we're going to be keeping you updated on.

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