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Sudan’s Security Forces End Restraint: Raid Kills Dozens

June 3, 2019

Episode Notes:

This morning, Sudanese security forces in the capital of Khartoum stormed a protest camp, killing at least 13-40 people in the worst violence since the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April.

Michelle Gavin, Senior Fellow for Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, returns to the Warcast to discuss the violence and the progress toward a durable settlement. (10 minutes)

[ 0:17 ] Introduction
[ 0:51 ] Details of the event
[ 1:54 ] How the protests have evolved since Bashir's ouster
[ 3:45 ] The likelihood of a new phase of violence
[ 5:15 ] Foreign interests and involvement
[ 6:35 ] Transition plan
[ 7:52 ] Most plausible scenarios ahead

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