After months of tumult, Sudan celebrates power-sharing deal
Clip: 07/05/2019 | 2m 51s
After months of violence and turmoil, Sudan’s military and pro-democracy movement have come to an agreement on a future government. Crowds celebrated in the streets amid news that a joint council will rule for the next three years. Scores of opposition protesters had been killed since President Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April. Yousra Elbagir of Independent Television News reports.
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