Demonstrations Continue in Sudan as Ousted Leader Omar Al-Bashir Moved to Prison

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Sudanese protestors chant slogans and flash victory signs as another waves a national flag from atop a tree behind, during a protest outside the army complex in the capital Khartoum on April 17, 2019. - Sudanese protesters hardened their demand that the military men in power quickly step down and make way for civilian rule, refusing to budge from their sit-in outside army headquarters. (Photo: OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)

Thousands continue to protest in Sudan's capital to demand a transition to civilian rule after the military overthrew Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir last week. Bashir, who took power in 1989 and is wanted by the International Criminal Court for overseeing ethnic cleansing in Darfur, is being held in prison, according to reports this morning. We'll talk about the latest developments in Sudan.


Zach Vertin, fellow with the Brookings Institution's Doha Center; author, "A Rope from the Sky: The Making and Unmaking of the World's Newest State" 

Mohammed Gaafarelkhalifa, Sudanese activist; graduate student at Stanford University